Azdel is the industry's most advanced synthetic substrate, and a key part of the construction technology in:
Azdel forms the layer of structure and insulation just underneath the fiberglass exterior skin* of our laminated walls, providing the essential barrier between the outside world and everything inside that you want to keep comfortable and dry. Here's an overview of why Azdel is valuable to you:
When an RV weighs less, there's more capacity for you and your cargo. A lighter RV also gets better fuel economy and saves wear and tear on the drive train of the motor home or tow vehicle.
Unlike wood substrates, Azdel is virtually impervious to moisture, separating the cold, damp, wet, humid outside world from the rest of the wall structure - and the people inside.
In spite of its thin profile and light weight, Azdel contributes important insulating value to the laminated wall, becoming part of the defense against extreme outside temperature changes.
Remarkably stable and inert, Azdel has no chemical smell and no formaldehyde.
Azdel is great sound insulator that helps keep the interior of your trailer or motor home peaceful and quiet.
Azdel's tough, flexible, fiber-based structure creates a resilient layer that tempers impacts and resists punctures.
When so many structural and construction materials are being imported from nameless overseas sources, Azdel is proudly made in the United States.
The walls of the Vista Cruiser line use TWO layers of Azdel - an outer layer and an inner layer - to achieve the greatest possible weight-savings, insulation, and design flexibility.