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Re: GSBN:Fwd: Re: [nbne] Fwd: Re: Pea Gravel
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:Fwd: Re: [nbne] Fwd: Re: Pea Gravel
- From: David Eisenberg strawnet@...
- Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 21:14:42 -0500
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I thought about Roxul - I think it's a good material, but I didn't
mention it because I remembered that it's hydrophobic - so it won't
absorb or hold water - which could be good, but doesn't seem to meet
the need of a true horizontal drainboard in this case, if the water
just puddled on top of it, which I think it would. It may well be
better than foam, though, though perhaps harder to find. I just looked
at their webiste: <a target="_blank" href="http://www.roxul.com/sw53876.asp">http://www.roxul.com/sw53876.asp</a> and see you can
download technical info and a brochure.
From: Mark Piepkorn mark@...
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Sent: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 6:21 pm
Subject: GSBN:Fwd: Re: [nbne] Fwd: Re: Pea Gravel
I forwarded this discussion to a Northeast-region group of
practitioners. A question:
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 16:58:13 -0800 (PST)
From: David Lanfear david@...
Pardon me if you've already covered what I'm going to say. Roxul
drainboard is made from a waste product (slag). It insulates well
and efficiently drains water.
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