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Thermablok Aerogel Insulation Strips easily applied to metal stud
One Thermablok® Strip Increases
R-Value up to by 40%

Infrared detects heat loss (thermal bridging) in building
Infrared camera displays heat coming through the studs in a
wall. Known as "thermal bridging" this is the prime energy loss in a building. Thermablok interrupts this wasteful process.

 

Thermablok® Press Releases

Thermablok® Aerogel Strips is a 2016 Winner in BUILDINGS Competition - Thermablok Inc., a NASA Spinoff listed company, is a winner in the 2016 Money-Saving Product competition sponsored by Buildings Media. continued...

 

Thermablok® Aerogel Insulation Strips installed in New "Green" U.S. Border Patrol Station in Clint, Texas - Contractors installed 21,000 linear feet of Thermablok Aerogel Insulation Strips as an eco-friendly measure to prevent thermal bridging at the newly constructed Fabens U.S. Border Patrol Station in Clint, Texas. continued...

 

Thermablok Corporation Announces New Website and Blog Highlighting Aerogel Insulating Material - Thermablok, LLC, makers of Thermablok® Aerogel Insulation Strips, has launched a new website and blog focused on educating consumers on the benefits of utilizing NASA aerogel technology to reduce thermal bridging and lower energy costs. continued...

 

Thermablok Aerogel Used to Insulate Solar Autoclave, Addresses Long-Standing Health Issue for Developing Countries - Combining the unrivaled insulating properties of aerogel technology and a decades-old device created by French inventor Jean Boubour, Rice University engineering students are harnessing the sun's energy to power an autoclave that can be used in developing countries, where electricity is rare or non-existent, to sterilize medical instruments and help solve a long-standing health problem. continued...

 

NASA Names Thermablok® to its Top 49 Product Spin-off List for 2009 - NASA named Thermablok aerogel insulating material to its Top 49 list of products in the newly released 2009 edition of "Spinoff," NASA's annual premier publication featuring companies that have successfully adapted NASA technologies to everyday products and made them available to average consumers. continued...

 

Cornell University Chooses Thermablok® to Insulate its 2009 Solar Decathlon "Silo House" - Cornell University students are preparing to unveil their eco-friendly "Silo House" at the New York State Fair August 27-September 9, 2009, just weeks before moving it to Washington DC for the 2009 Solar Decathlon. The Solar Decathlon is a prestigious international competition sponsored by the U.S. continued...

 

U.S. Department of Energy Awards Thermablok-Insulated "Refract House" First Place in Architecture in the 2009 Solar Decathlon Competition - Tampa, Florida-based Thermablok announces that Team California – consisting of students from the California College of the Arts (CCA) and Santa Clara University (SCU) – took top honors in the Architecture category of the U.S. Department of Energy's 2009 Solar Decathlon competition in Washington, DC. SCU/CCA students' Refract House featuring Thermablok's new "aerogel" insulating material placed third overall among 20 universities from around the world all vying to design, construct and operate the most aesthetic, energy-efficient, and self-sustaining solar-powered house. continued...

 

Thermablok, Inc. Sponsors USF's Award-Winning Noah Nothing House With Donation of Thermablok® Aerogel Insulating Material - Faced with a limited budget and a challenge to design an environmentally sound facility to replace the outgrown Noah Nothing Caring and Teaching House on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Tampa, University of South Florida (USF) design students chose to install Thermablok Aerogel Insulation Strips in the recently completed, award-winning project that provides food, tutoring, and other services to those who need assistance returning to, or becoming functioning members of society. continued...

 

Thermablok Sponsors Team California in DOE's Solar Decathlon to Highlight Innovation, Future Green Jobs - Living green is a matter of striking the right balance between innovation and environmental stewardship. With that in mind, Tampa-based Thermablok® donated 2,000 linear feet of its aerogel insulation material to some California architecture and design students participating in the 2009 Solar Decathlon, an international competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy that challenges 20 participating college and university teams to design, build, and operate the most aesthetic, energy-efficient, and welcoming solar-powered house. continued...

 

Thermablok® Welcomes Sprint to the U.S. Department of Energy's 2009 Solar Decathlon Team - Thermablok, maker of Aerogel Insulation Strips used in two, 2009 Solar Decathlon houses, has teamed with Sprint to provide environmentally responsible initiatives to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. continued...

 

Tampa, Florida-Based Thermablok, Inc. may Have the Answer to Oil Spill Clean-up Using Aerogel - Can aerogel, the highest insulating material in existence, help with the catastrophic BP oil spill off the Louisiana Gulf shore? According to Tampa, Florida-based Thermablok, it can efficiently do what other materials currently in use cannot, and it can do it non-toxically. It can possibly even recover some of the oil. continued...