Securock® ExoAir® 430 pre-applied fluid-applied synthetic permeable air/water barrier membrane is a monolithic, elastomeric membrane that is applied in a factory setting eliminating the inconsistencies and weather impact that can occur when applied in the field. It is applied to the face of USG's Brand Ultralight Glass-Mat Sheathing panels for above-grade wall assemblies to mitigate air infiltration/exfiltration and water penetration while remaining permeable to the passage of water vapor.
Now Introducing... Outsulation Securock ExoAir 430 Systems
The combined Outsulation Securock ExoAir 430 Systems help project teams reduce construction costs while developing and building high-performing, energy-efficient structures. For more information about each system, click the links below.
|Air and Water Vapor Permeance White Paper|
|Air Barrier Systems Defined|
|Nail Sealability White Paper|
|Securock ExoAir 430 and Dryvit NFPA 285|
|Securock ExoAir 430 Building Overview|
|Securock ExoAir 430 FAQs|
|Securock ExoAir 430 Material Selection Guide|
|Securock ExoAir 430 NFPA 285 Assemblies|
|Securock ExoAir 430 Product Comparison Sheet|
|Securock ExoAir 430 Test Methods|
|Securock ExoAir 430 UL Exterior Wall Systems|
|Air Barrier Systems Brochure|
|Securock ExoAir 430 Environmental Product Declaration|
|Securock ExoAir 430 Wood Frame Design Guide|
|Adjacent Substrates (PDF)|
|Board Joints (PDF)|
|Board Milling (PDF)|
|Expansion Control Joint Brake Metal (PDF)|
|Expansion Control Joint Mech. Fastened (PDF)|
|Expansion Control Joint Proglaze ETA (PDF)|
|Inside Corner (PDF)|
|Nail Flange Dymonic 100 on Panel (PDF)|
|Nail Flange Dymonic 100 on Steel Framing (PDF)|
|Nail Flange Dymonic 100 on Wood Buck (PDF)|
|Nail Flange ExoAir 110AT on Panel (PDF)|
|Nail Flange ExoAir 110AT on Steel Framing (PDF)|
|Nail Flange ExoAir 110AT on Wood Buck (PDF)|
|Nail Flange Fluid Flashing on Steel Framing (PDF)|
|Nail Flange Fluid Flashing on Wood Buck (PDF)|
|Nail Flange Fluid-Applied Flashing on Panel (PDF)|
|Non-Rated Wall Penetration (PDF)|
|Offset Application (PDF)|
|Outside Corner with Dymonic 100 (PDF)|
|Outside Corner with ExoAir 110AT (PDF)|
|Outside Corner with Fluid-Applied Flashing (PDF)|
|Rough Opening w. Dymonic 100 on Wood Buck (PDF)|
|Rough Opening w. ExoAir 110AT on Steel (PDF)|
|Rough Opening w. ExoAir 110AT on Wood (PDF)|
|Rough Opening w. Fluid Flashing on Panel (PDF)|
|Rough Opening w. Fluid Flashing on Steel (PDF)|
|Rough Opening w. Fluid Flashing on Wood (PDF)|
|Rough Opening with Dymonic 100 on Panel (PDF)|
|Rough Opening with Dymonic 100 on Steel (PDF)|
|Rough Opening with ExoAir 110AT on Panel (PDF)|
|Stucco Applications (PDF)|
|Wall to Balcony (PDF)|
|Wall to Below-Grade (PDF)|
The Securock ExoAir 430 System is a high-performance, energy efficient air and water barrier system comprised of the USG’s Securock Glass-Mat Sheathing, Tremco’s ExoAir 430 membrane, as well as system accessories. The system accessories contain sealants and transition products that provide a comprehensive air barrier system.
We recommend specifying the Securock ExoAir 430 System in Division 7 - fluid-applied air barriers - because the system utilizes a fluid air/water material applied to glass mat sheathing. The application takes place in a controlled environment as opposed to the field, providing a more consistent membrane application; this high-performance factory fluid-applied system will meet and/or exceed the building performance requirements.
½-inch and 5/8-inch thick gypsum sheathing differ in the core's chemistry. 5/8“ is known as fire rated and Type X in the industry. Type X designation has been tested by ASTM E 119/UL 263 guidelines. Fire rated walls are used in interior and exterior spaces for fire propagation.
The benefits of 1/2” thick gypsum sheathing are it is more cost effective, lighter to lift, easier to carry, and can be installed faster than 5/8-inch.
The Securock ExoAir 430 System is manufactured in a controlled factory environment. This provides consistent mil thickness, no membrane cure time or risk of washout. This System can reduce man-hours and safety risks, and overall improve the schedule efficiency. The approach maintains the performance qualities of a fluid applied system, while addressing the challenges faced when applying a fluid in the field.