DELAND, FL (Nov. 9, 2009) – Kingspan Insulated Panels, Inc. returns to the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, November 11-13 in Phoenix, demonstrating net-zero energy modeling programs and energy efficient products, along with versatile solutions in performance and aesthetics from Morin and Kingspan Benchmark, Kingspan Group companies.
Kingspan is dedicated to providing products and solutions that can help contribute to achieving net-zero energy buildings. To illustrate how far Envelope First Strategies could advance beyond Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®), Energy Code and the Department of Energy (DOE) Net-Zero Energy goal of 2025; Kingspan’s director of environment and sustainability, Paul Bertram, Jr., will present the company’s energy modeling programs during Greenbuild. Kingspan’s energy modeling provides data indicating annual energy costs savings, carbon emission reduction, decrease in BTUs, relationship to LEED energy efficiency targets and DOE baselines.
Kingspan will also exhibit its new KingZip™ powerpanel Solar Solutions. KingZip powerpanel Laminate systems feature factory-applied flexible and lightweight laminates, consisting of ultra-thin layers of amorphous silicon encapsulated in durable UV stabilized polymers for the generation of electricity. Designed to integrate solar PV arrays with insulated metal panels to achieve cost-effective, certified solar roof solutions, KingZip powerpanel Solar Solutions are ideal for both new build and retrofit construction. KingZip insulated metal roof systems provide design flexibility and aesthetic appeal, as well as integral thermal performance and superior airtightness, contributing towards achieving net-zero energy building and LEED certification.
Beyond LEED requirements, Kingspan insulated panels contribute to limited construction waste on the job site; faster construction times; high durability and performance; material efficiency; and material reuse when adaptive design strategies are required.
Kingspan’s booth (#954) will feature the company’s range of high-performance insulated metal panels with experts available to provide technical information. The exhibit includes three presentation areas: two dedicated to demonstrating energy modeling and one featuring information on the company’s sustainable products and initiatives. In addition to its KingZip powerpanel Solar Solutions, Kingspan will showcase its KingZip Insulated Standing Seam Roof system, 300 GS Granitstone® Wall Panels, profiles from Kingspan Benchmark’s Designwall™ Series, as well as Morin’s single element metal wall and roof panels.
To learn more about Kingspan’s range of building envelope solutions, as well as information products from Morin and Kinsgpan Benchmark, visit www.kingspanpanels.us.
About Kingspan Insulated Panels
Kingspan Insulated Panels is a worldwide leader in the manufacturing of metal panels, providing unsurpassed service to the U.S. market as well as export destinations. With three production locations throughout the United States – Deland, FL, Modesto, CA, and Columbus, OH (Kingspan Benchmark) –Kingspan Insulated Panels focuses on design requirements for applications with factory-engineered insulated composite panels and architectural metal wall and roof panels. As the most energy-efficient, cost-effective building envelope solutions, insulated metal panels are at the forefront of sustainability. Kingspan insulated metal panels can help significantly reduce building energy consumption and consistently contribute to U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) credits and overall certification. Kingspan Insulated Panels serves the architectural, commercial/industrial, cold storage and food processing markets, and is committed to delivering one of the most advanced, environmentally friendly building products on the market. Visit www.kingspanpanels.us for more information.
As the industry’s most versatile manufacturer of single element wall and roof panels, Morin, a Kingspan Group Company, provides innovative solutions for today’s progressive architecture. With three production facilities throughout the United States, located in Bristol. CT, Deland, FL and Fontana, CA, Morin has a combined production capacity of more than 50 million square feet and can produce metal skins in over 75 different profiles. Durable and sustainable, Morin Single Element panels are 100 percent recyclable and can help meet the requirements for the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Green Building Rating System. With a nationwide sales network and in-house technical/engineering teams, Morin is dedicated to meeting the needs of the building and architecture community. To learn more about Morin, please visit www.kingspanpanels.us.
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