Rmax Ultra-Max®
Insulation for Above the Deck

This energy reducing thermal insulation has inorganic polymer coated glass fiber mat facers. Ultra-Max® is suitable for use in constructions utilizing built-up, modified bitumen and mechanically attached single ply, as well as many other roofing systems. 

 
Rmax Ultra-Max Compliances

CONSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS

  • Built-up roof (BUR)
  • Modified bitumen
  • Mechanically attached single ply
  • Loose laid ballasted single ply
  • Metal panel roof

 

                                     Built-Up Roof (BUR) Application 

                                     Built-Up Roof (BUR) Application 


THERMAL PROPERTIES

TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

1The 1.50 inches and thicker products are approved for FM Class 1-90 wind uplift.  2LTTR values are determined in accordance with CAN/ULC-S770. LTTR predicts a 15-year, time-weighted average.   3Ultra-Max® is shipped in bundles that are approximately 48 inches high and wrapped in plastic for easy handling.  NOTE: Metal deck flute span shall be a maximum of 4 3/8 inches.

1The 1.50 inches and thicker products are approved for FM Class 1-90 wind uplift. 
2LTTR values are determined in accordance with CAN/ULC-S770. LTTR predicts a 15-year, time-weighted average.  
3Ultra-Max® is shipped in bundles that are approximately 48 inches high and wrapped in plastic for easy handling. 
NOTE: Metal deck flute span shall be a maximum of 4 3/8 inches.

1Also available in Grade 2 or Grade 3 upon request. 2Flame Spread and Smoke Developed Indexes are used to measure and describe the properties of this material in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions and should not be used to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of this material and other related roofing components under actual fire conditions.

1Also available in Grade 2 or Grade 3 upon request.
2Flame Spread and Smoke Developed Indexes are used to measure and describe the properties of this material in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions and should not be used to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of this material and other related roofing components under actual fire conditions.