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Press Release: Jan., 2010

Submittal Contact:    
Mary A. Edmondson  

RIMA International Offers Educational Session
At Frame Building Expo 2010

The Reflective Insulation Manufacturers Association International (RIMA-I) will be presenting an educational session at the 2010 Frame Building Expo in Louisville, Kentucky. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, February 17 at 11:30 a.m. In the Kentucky International Convention Center.

The session is entitled “Reflective Products: The Energy Saving Solution for Post-Frame Buildings” and will discuss the physical basis for the performance of reflective products; the expected level of thermal performance from reflective technology; installation of reflective products in post-frame construction; estimated savings due to reduced cooling and heating; and promising hybrid systems that utilize reflective technology.the need to reduce energy use in metal buildings. This ever increasing demand for improved performance makes innovative systems involving combinations of technologies, such as hybrid systems, become a focus of innovation.

To register to attend this workshop and/or for more information on the entire 2010 Frame Building Expoevent, you can visit the National Frame Builders Association website at or call 800/557-6957. Classes will fill up quickly so register early and secure your space in this important educational event.


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The Reflective Insulation Manufacturer's Association International is a group of dedicated people working together to propagate the knowledge and use of reflective insulations and radiant barriers. RIMA-I has been the major force in establishing fair ASTM standards for testing and installation procedures. RIMA-I welcomes all who are interested in promoting and directing the growth of the industry. For more information about membership or the industry, please contact Executive Director Mary Edmondson at 800/279-4123.