A standard ReZist-It® panel achieves significant structural integrity through its unique proprietary and patented technology:
Two skins of 8mm magnesium oxy phosphate (MgO) board, is set into a proprietary structural, G-90 galvanized steel frame.
The panel will not sustain growth of mold and mildew or develop dry rot, and is resistant to moisture from flood conditions
No infestation from termites and carpenter ants
A ReZist-It® panel is resistant to hurricane winds, up to Zone IV earthquakes and has an R-I fire resistance rating.
The standard 4½ inch ReZist-It® core consists of low-density, closed cell polyurethane foam delivering an R-Value of R-31. Adding the board thickness and air-film the R-Value is even higher.
The panels are locked together using the ReZist-It® proprietary post-tension connection system using threaded rods which connect to the foundation through the roof system
The ReZist-It® system can replace wood frame, steel frame, concrete block or reinforced concrete construction
Unlike Other Panel Systems, the ReZist-It® System:
Uses no toxic materials for connections
Does not use toxic adhesives to secure the panels to the foundation
Is not challenged by driving rain, high/low temperature swings, improper mixing formulas, blowing dust, and debris that often compromise the structural integrity and safety of building connections.
Does not use exposed U-channel tracks that create unsightly architectural challenges which tend to cause corrosion.
Does not use screws or splines to join the panels together or secure to the foundation, which is expensive, leading to improper use of standard screws that rust or corrode, which compromise the structural integrity and life span of the building.
Does not require (other than the foundation) any need for concrete mixing, spraying or pouring over rebar or wire mesh which inevitably leads to quality control issues, improper mixing and coverage, long construction time frames, rusting and costly repairs.
Does not require any onsite panel cutting or fitting
Does not require heavy lifting equipment or cranes on common sizes