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Cellulose Won't Melt like fiberglass

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Kept Dry and Dense Packed

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Natural Air Change Rate as low as .17 Air Changes Per Hour

STC=40 (75% Sound Reduction)
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Higher reduction in 2" x 6" walls

True R-13 (2"x4")
True R-20 (2"x6")
R@3.0 P.C.F. = 12.6@3.5" = "R"20

Superior Fire Resistance and "R" Value of Cellulose Fiber Insulation.

"R" Value Without Density and Air Leakage Sealing is Meaningless.

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Biography of Richard W. Munson
Founder and President of par/PAC™, Inc.

 

Richard Munson was born in Chicago but raised primarily on an 800 acre dairy/wheat farm in North Dakota. "Cold" takes on a new meaning on the windswept plains of North Dakota. He returned to Chicago at the age of 15. Richard was educated in the Chicago area at the University of Illinois and the Chicago Teachers College. He holds two degrees with advanced education at IIT and San Jose State. He has taught business subjects in the Chicago and the San Jose school systems at the high school and junior college levels.

Richard entered the corporate world in the 1960's, rising through the ranks of a national corporation.

In the mid-1970's, during the first major "Oil Crisis" in America, Richard saw "Acres of Diamonds" in the residential insulation industry. He formed his own manufacturing business in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has held officer-level positions in three major national insulation companies (Shelder Shield, Thermolite and par/PAC™) while concurrently serving as CEO of C.M.C., The Cellulose Marketing Council. As chairman of C.M.C., he was able to lecture in the building science field in numerous foreign countries including Australia, China, Japan, Germany and England. He also assisted the sheet metal workers' labor unions in those countries in their development of exposure standards to airborne respirable mineral inorganic fibers including asbestos, rockwool and fiberglass.

His crusade for insulation installer safety landed him on the front cover of the Wall Street Journal in 1989. Richard has been a major financial supporter of lung cancer research by the Mt. Sinai medical Center and the University of Southern California Medical School.

Today Richard is President of par/PAC™ Inc., a Maine corporation located in South Bristol. par/PAC™ administers licensee agreements with distributors from Alaska to Ireland, as well as working with architects and builders of energy efficient homes across North America.

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Energy Design Update on Fiberglass and asthma and cancer
 

 

Ned Nisson, the editor of a publication called Energy Design Update, listened to Mr. Munson's arguments for two years before finally putting them in print. "His Image has changed in our eyes," Mr. Nisson says, "from a fanatical representative of a competing industry to a guy with a chip on his shoulder to a guy with something important to say."

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