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PROLINER Banded Liner System (Ls)

Providing Fall Protection and Maximum Thermal Performance

The ProLiner Bi-Directional Banded Liner System provides OSHA-compliant leading-edge fall protection while maximizing thermal performance in pre-engineered metal buildings using NAIMA 202-96 Owens Corning fiberglass. In addition to offering leading-edge fall protection, ProLiner meets energy code requirements, improves the acoustical environment and aids in sound abatement, and provides a brighter finished interior.

Features & Benefits

  • Fall Protection: Provides OSHA-compliant leading-edge fall protection
  • Thermal Performance: Full range of R-values to meet energy codes
  • Noise Control: Reduces noise transfer from inside and outside of the building, providing superior sound abatement 
  • Durable Finished Appearance: A low permeance fabric serves as the vapor retarder, preventing condensation, contributing to air barrier integrity, and providing a brighter, resilient finish
  • Meets Fire Code Ratings 
  • GREENGUARD Certified

Fall Protection 

The ProLiner™ Bi-Directional Banding System meets the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.502 (c)(4)(i) and OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.760 (a)(1) for leading edge fall protection and OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.754 (e)(3)(i) covers for roof and floor openings.

 

How ProLiner Helps Meet Codes

One of the difficulties in meeting code compliance for the building envelope is to prove the insulation system or application you are using meets the thermal performance (U-Value) listed for the specific code that applies to your project. This is not an issue with the ProLiner system since it meets the definition of Liner System (Ls) as described in the latest version of ASHRAE 90.1, which is also referenced by the IECC (International Energy Conservation Code).

Safety Considerations 

When installed in strict compliance with the official Bi-Directional Banding instructions and by a “Competent Person” as defined in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.751, ProLiner™ meets the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.502 (c)(4)(i) and OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.760 (a)(1) for leading edge fall protection and OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.754 (e)(3)(i) covers for roof and floor openings. Any deviation from these installation instructions or substitution of any original components will nullify compliance with these OSHA standards.