IBS RigidRAP®

The Next-generation Rigid Air Barrier system

Key Features:
  • Dual-Layer  (IBS RigidRAP® is laminated with a BRANZ appraised watertight wall underlay)
  • Provides peace of mind no matter the weather conditions outside
  • Cost-effective
  • Multiple specified tape options 
  • Swift handling and installation
  • Superior product properties
  • Environment-Friendly
  • IBS Green Tick Approved

IBS RigidRAP® as seen on The Block NZ 2021

  • Description
  • IBS RigidRAP is the only dual layer Rigid Air Barrier system available in New Zealand.

    It is an 8mm OSB3 product that has been laminated with an approved building paper to give your house dual protection from the weather during your building process. RigidRAP is not only a temporary weather cladding but it also provides bracing. The product is lightweight, easy to cut nail or screw, and can be exposed to the weather for up to 90 days. 

    Make your house warmer – quieter & stronger with IBS RigidRAP.

    IBS RigidRAP® replaces the traditional building paper wrap to above all support a healthier, stronger home.

    Laminated with a BRANZ appraised watertight wall underlay, IBS RigidRAP® is the next generation of Rigid Air Barriers.

    What makes OSB so strong is due to it being made of three layers, the top and bottom 25% layers are laid running the length of the sheet middle 50% is laid running the width of the sheet.  This creates a strong structural panel that is resistant to delamination and warping.

    Certifications

    • CodeMark Certified (CM70035) 
    • CE certified under EN 13986 and produced in accordance with EN 300 
    • Continuous third party testing through an independent notified body in the EU 
    • Hard-wearing exposure tested by SCION New Zealand (90 days exposure) 
    • Meets all requirements of the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) 
    • PASS Product Assurance Supplier Statement 
  • Size
  • Available Sheet Sizes –

    2440 x 1196 x 8mm
    2745 x 1196 x 8mm
    3050 x 1196 x 8mm

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