Fiberglass

Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free™ fiberglass insulation provides thermal and accoustical control for both vertical and horizontal applications. Fiberglass insulation is available in a wide range of thermal resistance R-values and is available unfaced or with a variety of facings, including kraft or foil.

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Handling hard-to-reach cavities and corners with more consistent coverage, Johns Manville Climate Pro® blow-in fiberglass insulation makes installation faster and easier.

Johns Manville Climate Pro® Formaldehyde-free™ blow-in fiberglass insulation offers thermal and sound control along with fire-resistance. One bag of Climate Pro provides 73 square feet of R-30 coverage. Engineered for professional use with high-volume blowing machines, it's ideal for attics, nonconforming spaces and hard-to-reach areas making the job faster and easier.

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Advantages
Easy Installation: Insulates attics or spaces of all shapes and sizes without cutting or fitting.
Complete Coverage: Effective in tight spaces, areas with large amounts of cross-bridging or small gaps and voids.
Thermally Efficient: Effective resistance to heat transfer. No settling; no loss of R-value following installation.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Fire-Resistant: Flame Spread of 25 or less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Superior Performance: Stable bonded glass fibers will not slump, settle or break down during normal applications.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C764   Type I
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970      > 0.12 W/cm(0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES Section 011350   Pass
  Combustion Characteristics   ASTM E136   Pass


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Providing dust-free, itch-free installation, plastic-wrapped Johns Manville ComfortTherm® batts and rolls make projects easier to complete.

Johns Manville ComfortTherm® poly-encapsulated thermal and acoustical insulation offers R-Values up to R-30 and is available in precut batts to fit standard wall cavities or rolls for custom installation in any size of wall cavity. ComfortTherm® insulation is wrapped in plastic for dust-free, itch-free installation, and can be used in a wide variety of wood frame, engineered wood and steel frame construction applications, including new construction and retrofit.

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Note: Color of product may differ based on the manufacturing location.

Advantages
Thermally Efficient: Effective resistance to heat transfer, with R-values up to R-30.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Fire-Resistant: Can be left exposed where building codes permit. Flame Spread of 25 or less and and Smoke Developed of 50 or less.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Superior Performance: Stable bonded glass fibers will not slump within the wall cavity, settle or break down during normal applications.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C665   Type II, Class A, Category 1 or 2
  [Standard ComfortTherm is Category 1 (vapor retarder).
  ComfortTherm for hot, humid climates is Category 2
  (non-vapor retarder).]
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970   > 0.12 W/cm2 (0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor
  Permeance
  ASTM E96   0.5 Perms (29 ng/Pa-s-m2)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES
  Section 011350
  Pass

 

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Combining fire resistance with a vapor barrier, Johns Manville FSK-25 batts are designed with a foil facer that can be left exposed where codes permit.

Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free™ FSK-25 thermal and acoustical fiberglass insulation is available in R-Values up to R-30, and is offered in precut batts to fit standard wall cavities. FSK-25 faced batts combine fire resistance with excellent vapor resistance, and can be used in a wide variety of wood frame, engineered wood and steel frame construction applications, including new construction and retrofit. FSK-25 batts are designed with a foil facer that can be left exposed where codes permit.

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Note: Color of product may differ based on the manufacturing location.

Advantages
Thermally Efficient: Effective resistance to heat transfer, with R-values up to R-30.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Fire-Resistant: Flame Spread of 25 or less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less. Can be left exposed where building codes permit.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Superior Performance: Stable bonded glass fibers will not slump, settle or break down during normal applications.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C665   Type III, Class A, Category I
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970   > 0.12 W/cm(0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor Permeance Facing   ASTM E96   0.05 Perms (3 ng/Pa-s-m2)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES Section 011350   Pass


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Ideal for custom curtainwall applications, Johns Manville Insul-SHIELD® flexible, semi-rigid or rigid fiberglass insulating boards offer excellent fire and sound performance.

Johns Manville Insul-SHIELD® is a series of flexible, semi-rigid or rigid thermal and acoustical fiberglass insulating boards for custom curtainwall applications. Insul-SHIELD is fire-resistant and noncombustible, available faced and unfaced, and designed to be used in new and retrofit construction, metal panel buildings and in general construction.

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Advantages
Acoustically Efficient: Reduces transmission of sound through roofs, ceilings, floors and walls.
Fire-Resistant: Flame Spread of 25 or less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less. 
Noncombustible: Unfaced I/S 150, I/S 300 and I/S 600 are non combustible.
Moisture-Resistant: Vapor-retarder facings resist water vapor transmission.
Noncorrosive: Prevents acceleration of corrosion to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Durable: Will not rot, mildew or otherwise deteriorate, preventing slumping and uninsulated voids.
Easy to Handle: Lightweight; maintains its physical integrity during handling.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C612   Type IA or Type IB (IS150, IS300, IS600)
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Max Use Temp   ASTM C411   350ºF
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM C665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  Combustion Characteristics   ASTM E136   IS150, IS300, IS600: Pass;  Black IS300, IS600: Pass
  10% Linear Shrinkage   ASTM C356   None


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For thermal and acoustical performance that lasts, Johns Manville Kraft-faced Formaldehyde-free™ fiberglass insulation is paper-faced to help control moisture in concealed applications.

Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free™ Kraft-faced thermal and acoustical insulation offers R-Values up to R-49, and is offered in precut batts to fit standard wall cavities or rolls for custom installation in any size cavity. Kraft-faced insulation is ideal for moisture control in exterior walls, reduces sound transmission through walls, ceilings and floors, and can be used in a variety of wood-framed, engineered wood and steel frame construction applications, including new construction and retrofit.

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Note: Color of product may differ based on the manufacturing location.

Advantages
Thermally Efficient: Effective resistance to heat transfer, with R-values up to R-49.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Superior Performance: Stable bonded glass fibers will not slump within the wall cavity, settle or break down during normal applications.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C665   Type II, Class C, Category 1
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970   > 0.12 W/cm2 (0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor Permeance Facing   ASTM E96   1.0 Perms (57 ng/Pa-s-m2)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES Section 011350   Pass


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Ideal for specialty applications, Johns Manville Panel Deck FSK-25 batts are laminated with a foil facing for excellent fire resistance and a vapor barrier.

Johns Manville Panel Deck FSK-25 Formaldehyde-free™ thermal and acoustical insulation is available in R-Values up to R-30 and combines fire resistance with an excellent vapor retarder. Panel Deck FSK-25 insulation is offered in precut batts with extra-wide tabs for modular roof deck applications and other speciality commercial applications. This product is designed with a foil facer that can be left exposed where codes permit.

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Note: Color of product may differ based on the manufacturing location.

Advantages
Thermally Efficient: Effective resistance to heat transfer, with R-values up to R-30.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Fire-Resistant: Flame Spread of 25 or less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less. Can be left exposed where building codes permit.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Superior Performance: Stable bonded glass fibers will not slump, settle or break down during normal applications.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C665   Type III, Class A, Category I
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970   > 0.12 W/cm(0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor Permeance Facing   ASTM E96   0.05 Perms (3 ng/Pa-s-m2)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES Section 011350   Pass
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Easily filling gaps with no adhesive or netting, Johns Manville Spider® Plus blow-in insulation uses interlocking fiber technology to fill all gaps and voids quickly.

Johns Manville Spider® Plus Formaldehyde-free™ blow-in fiberglass insulation uses interlocking fiber technology to fill all gaps and voids quickly with no adhesive or netting for a faster installation. Spider Plus provides complete coverage, with no shrinking or settling, resulting in superior thermal performance and sound control. Designed for use in wood- and metal-frame construction, engineered- wood construction and manufactured homes.

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Advantages
Fast Drying: Dries immediately once installed.
Complete Coverage: Effective in tight spaces, areas with large amounts of cross-bridging or small gaps and voids.
Thermally Efficient:
Effective resistance to heat transfer, with R-values up to R-25 in a 2x6 cavity.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Fire-Resistant: Flame Spread of 25 or less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C764   Type I
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970   > 0.12 W/cm(0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES Section 011350   Pass
  Combustion Characteristics   ASTM E136   Pass


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For effective management of heat flow and unwanted noise, Johns Manville Unfaced batts and rolls provide heat control from the exterior while effectively controlling noise in interior walls.

Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free™ Unfaced thermal and acoustical insulation offers R-Values of up to R-49, and is offered in precut batts to fit standard wall cavities or rolls for custom installation in any size cavity. Unfaced insulation reduces sound transmission through walls, ceilings and floors, and can be used in a variety of wood frame, engineered wood and steel frame construction applications, including new construction and retrofit. 

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Advantages
Thermally Efficient: Effective resistance to heat transfer, with R-values up to R-49.
Formaldehyde-free: Will not off-gas formaldehyde in the indoor environment.
Sound Control: Reduces sound transmission through exterior and interior walls, floor and ceiling assemblies.
Fire-Resistant: Flame Spread of 25 or less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less.
Resilient Inorganic Glass: No rotting, mildew or deterioration. Also noncorrosive to pipes, wiring and metal studs.
Superior Performance: Stable bonded glass fibers will not slump within the wall cavity, settle or break down during normal applications.

  ASTM Standards   ASTM C665   Type I
  Flame Spread   ASTM E84   ≤ 25
  Smoke Development   ASTM E84   ≤ 50
  Critical Radiant Flux   ASTM E970   > 0.12 W/cm(0.11 Btu/ft2s)
  Water Vapor Sorption   ASTM C1104   5% or less by weight
  Odor Emission   ASTM C1304   Pass
  Corrosiveness   ASTM 665   Pass
  Fungi Resistance   ASTM C1388   Pass
  VOC Emissions   ASTM ES Section 011350   Pass
  Combustion Characteristics   ASTM E136   Pass


Installating in Your Attic Video


Installing Wall Insulation Video


Insulating Your Crawl Space Video


Installating in Your Attic Video


Insulating Around Objects Video


Insulating Floors or Ceilings Video


JM Fiberglass Video

Available Documents