Continuing Education

Mineral Wool IMPs: Sustainable, Fire–Resistant Construction - Metl-Span, a Nucor company

A sound building envelope should be sustainable and provide fire resistance, good thermal performance, and protection from the elements. Mineral wool, fire rated insulated metal panels (IMPs) can improve building performance and contribute to a sustainable design strategy. Included in this course are discussions on mineral wool IMP characteristics and design options, performance advantages, and installation considerations. The course details how fire resistance is specified in the International Building Code and provides examples of fire wall and fire partition construction assemblies.

This course is one of two identical courses titled Mineral Wool IMPs: Sustainable, Fire-Resistant Construction. You will receive credit for taking only one of these courses.

Sponsored By: Metl-Span, a Nucor company

Presented by: Kevin Franz, Metl-Span, a Nucor company

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

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HSW Eligibility: Yes

This course contains Sustainable Design (SD) information. View SD Information

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