Cost Saving System

  • • Well-insulated buildings consume less energy, reducing operating costs
  • • Steel liner panel acts as a diaphragm to reduce the need for structural bracing
  • • No shut-down required during reroofing so your business can continue uninterrupted

Straightforward Solution

  • • Simple construction details enable fast installation
  • • Insulation can help reduce noise transmission
  • • Interior liner attached to the top of purlins acts as a working platform for ease of installation
  • • Liner panel on inside of building protects insulation and provides an attractive, durable and clean interior

RTS Design Features

  • • Accommodates up to R-61 (R28 + R13 + R20) insulation and has a tested U-factor of 0.025 BTU/hr-ft-F (0143 W/m2-K)
  • • RTS clip designed for minimal through-metal contact
  • • RTS clips in 4″, 6″, 8″, 10″, and 12″ heights allow selection of desired energy efficiency levels to meet zone standards (to Zone 7 climatic)
  • • Standing seam and through-fastened panel roof systems available

The Most Efficient Way to Add More R-Value to Your Building

You’ll find RTS enables you to increase the energy efficiency in your building in a quick and easy way. Well-insulated buildings are energy efficient, result in lower operating costs. When reroofing or retrofitting with RTS, shut down of your business is not required so regular operations will not be interrupted during the upgrade.

Exceptional Benefits

The interior liner panel in the RTS system serves as a vapour retarder to protect insulation and attaches to the top of purlins and act as a working platform for ease of installation. Well-insulated roofs increase the energy efficiency of a building while simultaneously reducing noise transmission. On the inside of the building, the liner panel protects insulation and provides an attractive, durable and clean interior.

Innovative Features

RTS consists of an exterior panel and a liner panel, separated by thermal spacers. Various thicknesses of metal building insulation can be accommodated between the two panels with medium through-metal contact. Heat loss is decreased through the envelope compared to traditional metal building insulation systems so that smaller heating and cooling units that consume less energy may be used, thus reducing initial and building operating costs.