Sustainable Design for the 21st Century

InfiniteR – “Thermal Mass Without the Mass” . . . at Greenbuild 2014

By Brent Sauser

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After spending two days traversing the expansive exhibition floor at Greenbuild 2014 and visiting with dozens of exhibitors . . . the NetZeroMax Award for most inventive and creative new product goes to InfiniteR. This was the first time a phase change product was introduced into the cornucopia of sustainable products and is worth checking out. It was such an interesting and new concept that NetZeroMax went back to the InfiniteR booth three times. I hope you will agree that this product deserves your attention.

What is InfiniteR? InfiniteR acts as a thermal sponge that intercepts and absorbs heat energy, then releases it later as the heat source is removed. Unlike traditional thermal mass applications, InfiniteR releases its heat only at one specific temperature. This enables InfiniteR to slowly release its trapped thermal energy over a longer period of time thereby modulating room temperatures.”

InfiniteR photo

“InfiniteR is a triple layer membrane both flexible and tough. The product is encased within several rows of packets sealed within the membrane, such that if there were a puncture, damage would be limited to that particular packet and would not impact the rest of the material. The product changes from a dense solid to a liquid. The finished product comes in sheets ¼ inch thick with staple tabs (wings) that fold out so the roll can be stapled to studs or rafters. It is available in 16” widths.”

CLICK HERE to learn more about this exciting new sustainable product.


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