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System Design Options

  • Senerflex® Secondary Weather Barrier Design— used when an air barrier, additional sheathing protection and redundancy are desired.

  • Senerflex® Flashed Opening Design—used when local drainage is desired around windows and other openings.

  • SenturionTM I, II, III—used in light commercial construction when an economical drainage system is desired and high windload capacity is not a design consideration.

  • Senerflex® Channeled Adhesive Design—used when a rainscreen or moisture drainage system is desired or to satisfy local code issues related to drainage.

In September 1999, the 155 mph winds of Hurricane Floyd ripped through the Bahamas, toppling 30-foot trees and ripping roofs from homes. The Atlantis Resort and Casino, clad with 425,000 square feet of Senerflex®, remained unscathed.

  • Senerflex® Channeled Insulation Design—used when drainage is required and windload requirements dictate adhesive attachments.

  • Senerflex®Adhered Mat Designused when an unobstructed plane is required to allow the exit of incidental moisture from the structure’s walls. It is ideal for retrofit over walls that are not suited to adhesive attachment.

  • Senerflex® Pressure Equalized Design—used when dictated by local codes or requested.

All of these options are designed for use with Senerflex Classic PB and can be mixed and matched on the same building. This flexibility allows you to

specify just the right level of protection while keeping design and construction costs to a minimum.

If you want the look of stucco but do not need exterior insulation, Senergy® Cement-Board StuccoTM 1000 offers a strong alternative. This is a high- impact, water-managed system that uses a cement-board core with a polymer modified, fiberglass reinforced mesh base coat and 100% acrylic polymer exterior finish.

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