Barrier Technology

06 June 2008

SIPs Business Grows

The focus on the Structural Insulated Panel market is paying off! Over the past week, we have received two new SIPs orders. Both are for jumbo 8' x 24' panels and are scheduled to be manufactured and shipped by the end of June. One project is for a school up in Anchorage, Alaska and the other is for a local Minnesota construction project. In addition, overall inquiries from SIPs manufacturers have increased substantially and we have developed strong leads in the Mid-Atlantic and in Georgia and Mississippi. These leads have been generated directly from our recent participation in the annual SIPA show in New Orleans and due to a mailing brochure we created specifically for this market. See brochure

Barrier is determined to continue focus penetrating the Structural Insulated Panel Market as we offer a cost effective solution to the fire code and thermal barrier requirements and offer the ability to manufacture in a variety of sizes, including the jumbo panels many of these structures require. We hope to continue to see continued growth in this market over the next several months.Fire-rated sheathing, town homes, multi-family construction, housing market, small cap, otcbb, ibtgf, barrier, blazeguard, mycoguard, fire-rated paint, intumescent paint, mold, mildew, fire-retardant plywood, frt, sips, structural insulated panel, fire-rated wall assemblies, commercial modular, modular home construction, green building products, LEED, control room, electrical panel backer board, SIPs


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Location: Watkins, Minnesota, United States

Barrier develops, manufactures, and markets proprietary fire resistant building materials designed to help protect people and property from the destruction of fire. Barrier's award-winning BlazeguardĀ® structural wood panels exceed International Building Code requirements in every targeted fire test and application. BlazeguardĀ® is coated with Barrier's patented, non-toxic, non-combustible Pyrotite formulation, which releases water when exposed to the heat of fire.