XRV™ Panels

Patented XRV™ panels quickly slide in and lock into standard and 90 corner panels, or other XRV™ panels. Each additional layer of XRV™ panels will add 2” of insulating foam to the wall assembly.

Height Adjuster

To achieve a desired 4” wall height increment, simply place a row of 4” high height adjusters that are secured in place by its zip tabs and/or by placing bridging Flexties into the course below. You can also snap Flexties in half and use the half-Flextie pieces to cross brace opposing height adjusters.

Pro Buck

Pro Buck is the complete solution for wall openings. Pro Buck panels frame and insulate window and door openings and provide numerous fastening areas.

90 Degree Corner Panels

90 degree corner panels are used to make site-assembled full or half-height 90 degree corner blocks to create strong and secure corners without the need for miter cuts. The corners also feature abundant fastening areas for simple, fast finishing.

Brick Ledge Panels

A Brick Ledge panel is used to create a site-assembled Brick Ledge block that provides an engineered ledge to bear the weight of a brick veneer on an above-grade Element wall.

Taper Top Panels

Taper Top panels are used to create site-assembled taper top and double taper top blocks that are placed in the top course of an Element wall to provide an additional bearing area to support a floor or a roof, or a wood-framed wall with a brick veneer.

Standard Panels

Standard panels are used to make site-assembled full or half-height standard blocks to build straight wall sections. Standards are the most commonly used block.

Preformed 90 Degree Corner Blocks

Preformed 90 Degree Corner Blocks create strong and secure corners without the need for miter cuts. The diagonal web in a preformed 90 degree corner block has the two end-locking channels but the other webs do not. The corners also feature abundant fastening areas for simple, fast finishing.

Preformed Standard Blocks

Preformed Standard Blocks are used to build straight wall sections. Standards are the most used block. The webs in a preformed standard block do not have the two end-locking channels.

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