Benefits of Low-E® EZ Seal Insulation:

  • Increases energy savings
  • Non-toxic, no fiberglass - no itching
  • Excellent vapor barrier
  • Installs easily with razor knife and foil tape
  • Superior thermal performance
  • Flexible and durable
  • Improves insulation system performance
  • Insect/Bird resistant
  • Great for new construction or retrofits
  • Reflects up to 97% of radiant heat
  • Helps Deaden Sound

Easy as 1, 2, 3

E-Z Seal does not cause purlin read and can be used over open framing or solid substrates. It is particularly useful with metal roof systems that have less than a 3/8" gap between the roof panel and the substrate.

Low-E® Insulation can be used in all facets of the building industry where conventional insualtions are used. It can be used alone or in conjunction with mass insulations for high R-system.

From large commercial buildings, light guage steel to post frame structures, Low-E® can be used to save money on heating and cooling costs. Low-E® Insulation is easy to handle and will not tear or puncture easily. It is flexible and seals tight around fasteners. With our Foil or White Foil facings and our EZ Seal Tab, Staple Flange or Trimmed edges to go with them, we have the products to make your building as energy efficient as possible while promoting a healthier indoor environment.

Low-E® EZ Seal Product Information


PRODUCT DIMENSION & DESCRIPTIONS: Trimmed Double Sided Scrimmed EZ Seal Tab

PRODUCT THICKNESS: 3/16" Nominal Thickness

WIDTH: 4', 6'

LENGTH: 125', 84'

R-VALUE*: Horizontal: 9.6, Up: 8.1


FLAME AND SMOKE: ASTM E-84 Flame Spread: 10

FACINGS: 99.4% Polished Aluminum (also available in Class A White Facing)


*System R-Values calculated by GEOSCIENCE LTD. Report available upon request.

WARNING: Although ESP LOW-E® Insulation Products are all fire tested to ASTM and/or NFPA standards; it is recommended that they or any insulation material should not be exposed to open flame or other ignition sources of sufficient intensity during shipment, storage or installation.

CAUTION: Aluminum is an electrical conductor. Please use caution when working around electrical sources including overhead power lines. Carefully inspect electrical junction boxes and check for frayed wires before beginning installation.

Do Not leave this product exposed on walls or ceilings where ceilings are under 10'. Areas under 10' should be covered with a proper thermal barrier. See your local Code Official for more information.

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