Amvic ICF Building System

Amvic ICF Building System

Credit: Amvic Building System

What makes this product green?

  • Reduces heating and cooling loads


Amvic ICFs consist of two 2-1/2"-thick interlocking expanded polystyrene (EPSExpanded polystyrene. Type of rigid foam insulation that, unlike extruded polystyrene (XPS), does not contain ozone-depleting HCFCs. EPS frequently has a high recycled content. Its vapor permeability is higher and its R-value lower than XPS insulation. EPS insulation is classified by type: Type I is lowest in density and strength and Type X is highest.) form panels with a density of 1.5 lb/cf on a 6" on-center polypropylene web. At R-4 per inch, the EPS panels provide an R-valueMeasure of resistance to heat flow; the higher the R-value, the lower the heat loss. The inverse of U-factor. of 20, so the overall wall R-value would be slightly higher than that. This web has a rebar holding system designed to eliminate the need for tie downs. The completely reversible 48"x16" panels use a Amvic's FormLock interlocking system designed to eliminate the need for glue or ties, and come with 4", 6", 8", or 10" spacers to create insulated concrete walls with corresponding concrete core thicknesses.


Manufacturer Information

Amvic Building System
501 McNicoll Ave.
Toronto, ON M2H 2E2
Phone: 416-410-5674
Fax: 416-759-7402
Toll-free: 877-470-9991

Listed in: Insulating Concrete Forms


Mar 18, 2010 11:53 AM ET

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by Martin Holladay

You'll notice that the contact information for Amvic is provided. I suggest you contact the company and get the name of a local distributor who can provide pricing information.

Mar 18, 2010 11:03 AM ET

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How much will cost per sf

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