Take a tour of the show home and meet Ken Harper, the CEO of Trinity Post and Panel and inventor of the innovative IPP technology.
GlobalTV Interview with Tyson Kidd, BC Home and Garden Show Manager, inside the Trinity Post and Panel Display Home.
And what about Insulation (or R-Values)? At R28+ for 4.5-inch walls and R40+ for 6.5-inch roof panels, the IPP system exceeds the newest building code regulations. The result: an airtight home, delivering saving and comfort.
Fire Resistance? On its own, Polyurethane will not burn and will extinguish itself. It is a thermal-set plastic, which will not melt. With a Class 1 foam rating the highest a building product can obtain at 1000 degrees polyurethane will only char. This quality translates into an impressive 2 Hour fire rating that provides extra time and safety!
Sound Proof: with a density of 2.2 lbs. (twice that of EPS foam), IPP's insulating foam resists most chemicals and provides quiet comfort.