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Mountain Top, PA – Now, the superior security and durability of a coiling door is available in a unique design that meets the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) air infiltration requirements. The Cookson Company, Inc. and Cornell Iron Works, Inc., both brands of CIW Enterprises, Inc., have independently tested a patent-pending system that effectively meets the IECC’s air infiltration requirements of less than 1.0 CFM/FT2. Cornell’s Thermiser Max and Cookson’s Temp-Master Insulated Doors incorporate an exclusive combination of sealing, insulation and thermal breaks to surpass these requirements while maximizing energy efficiency and savings for building owners.
 
Previously, coiling doors were exempted from this requirement. Now, with adoption of the new energy code, coiling doors can no longer take exception and must demonstrate building code compliance. Only Temp-Master and Thermiser Max Insulated Doors have been proven and labeled to do just that.
 
Please visit www.cornellcookson.com for more information. 
 
 
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