Since 1975 Fin Pan /T. Clear Corporation has led the industry with many innovative, cost effective building envelope and shower installation products that focus on energy efficiency, sustainability and durability. T. Clear focuses on concrete building envelope products that cover you from below grade up to where your building touches the sky. Fin Pan products are “The Strength Behind the Beauty®” shower installation products for water management. T. Clear specializes in the lamination of thin concretes to polystyrene, both EPS and XPS to produce a variety of building envelope products that cover you from foundation walls to low slope roofing. Fin Pan is the world’s oldest process manufacturer of concrete backer board and inventor of the process. Fin Pan has developed lightweight installation products such as one-piece niches, lightweight shower pans and installation products with the goal of providing quality products and technical expertise to our customers.
ProGUARD® Insulated Sheathing Panels also provide superior thermal protection with shiplapped edges that eliminate thermal breaks. All joints are sealed with acrylic waterproofing and fiberglass mesh, providing an airtight seal.
Mineral wool and glass fiber drainage products deform when compressive load is applied. THERMADRY® Insulating Drainage Panels withstand compressive loads limits with deformation to less than 1.5% over a 20-year time frame. As a result, high drainage rates and insulation values are maintained.
Walls go up in a fraction of the time. Using simple tools, a small crew can typically erect the walls in significantly less time than it takes for conventional framing. Because of the Util-A-Crete® facings, time and materials are saved when finishing both the interior and exterior surfaces. ProTEC® Panels come standard with pre-cut electrical chases to help speed the wiring operation. This means fewer delays, resulting in a quicker overall construction cycle.
T Clear is proud to be an Energy Star Partner and member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Last Update: 2016-03-21