April 4 — Raven is exhibiting at the Int’l Chlorinated Conference in Palm Springs, CA, on April 8-12, 2018, be sure to stop by our booth #206, to see the latest in barrier geomembranes. We will be featuring our widely specified VaporBlock® Plus™ high performance underslab gas and moisture barrier, and our technologically advanced Absolute Barrier® gas barrier geomembranes for sustainable use in the remediation and redevelopment of contaminated materials. Raven multi-layer gas barriers are manufactured with the latest EVOH barrier technology to mitigate hazardous vapor intrusion from damaging indoor air quality, and the safety and health of building occupants. A quality under-concrete-slab gas barrier is considered one of the most effective jobsite components in successfully controlling the indoor air quality of an occupied structure.
- EVOH barriers effectively block over 100x more gas than leading high-performance polyethylene vapor barriers.
- Tested and verified for unsurpassed protection against BTEX, TCE, PCE, methane, radon, other toxic chemicals and odors.
- Multi-layer technically advanced gas barriers provide superior chemical resistance and unmatched durability.
Raven EVOH gas barrier geomembranes provide advanced solutions to directly address hazardous vapor intrusion and promote the sustainable remediation, cleanup, and redevelopment of environmentally impaired sites.
Raven VaporBlock® Plus™ is an underslab gas and moisture barrier used to control the migration of radon, methane, and other harmful VOCs. We also manufacture a complete line of Absolute Barrier® EVOH gas barrier geomembranes for more critical applications requiring onsite seam weld-ability and professional installation; used for under-concrete-slabs, as well as in exposed applications.
Raven is dedicated to providing continuing education to increase industry technical knowledge through our free online, anytime, distance-learning AIA approved course (hosted on the AEC Daily online learning center). Raven is an approved provider of an AIA/CES course titled “Critical Elements in Specifying Underslab Moisture & Gas Barriers”, this course provides (1) Health, Safety, Welfare Credit Hour or Learning Unit.