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  • Jim Elter

A Wall System Designed to Increase Energy Efficiency

Butler is known for their innovation, first to market products, and always improving efficiency. Their new wall systems check all the boxes wit the addition of best-in-class energy efficiency. The new Butlerib II EX™ Wall System and Shadowall EX™ Wall System, provide you with two great options. Both of these wall systems address the challenges that all builders and building owners face. The ever-changing energy codes while providing a competitive alternative to the traditional insulated metal panels.

An Approach That Works

No matter how big or how small the project, the need to performance and quality are the same. New energy codes are requiring maximum U-factor for metal building walls, and Butler has answered the call. They have designed a unique stanchion, found in the Butlerib II EX and Shadowall EX Wall Systems, to address this need.This feature creates a larger insulation cavity between the structural and the wall panel, which allows a single-skin solution to accommodate more fiberglass insulation, thereby improving thermal performance.

  • EX Wall Systems to achieve a superior energy rating and out-perform a 2.5" IMP

  • Butlerib II EX System achieves a 0.046 U-factor rating

  • Shadowall EX System receives at 0.047 U-factor rating

The Proof is in the Numbers

The new EX Wall Systems deliver the needed results but like many things, how can you be so sure? Their performance is tested in accredited BlueScope Guarded Hot Box, a testing apparatus that quantifies energy efficiency. The Guarded Hot Box, a Butler first in the industry, provides accurate, real-world insulating information rather than the theoretical data claimed by most building products manufacturers. This will provide you will an incredibly accurate estimation of what your buildings heating and cooling consumption will be.

Save Money with Better Performance

  • Economical solution

  • Superior energy performance

  • Fewer equipment costs

  • Easy installation

  • Freight advantages over IMP

Want to learn more? Reach out and we would be happy to discuss the EX Wall Systems!

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