Product Showcase | Thermally Broken Shelf Angles


Presented by FERO

This presentation will focus on thermally-efficient methods for masonry cladding supports that promote the Passive House Building Standard. Green building requirements for continuous insulation in above-grade wall assemblies are becoming more common to continue to shift the industry toward more stringent thermal performance standards. Understanding the impacts of conventional shelf angles on energy-efficiency and cost is a critical consideration for your next building envelope design.

Learning objectives:

  • What is an Energy Efficient Shelf Angle Design?
  • Understanding issues with Conventional Shelf Angle Design: (1) Thermal Bridging (2) Difficult Installation (3) Costs
  • Integrating Thermally Broken Shelf Angles provide an energy efficient, adjustable, customizable and cost-effective connection solution for your wall assembly.
  • Unparalleled wall assembly performance can be achieved by incorporating Thermal Ties or Connectors.

AIA credits: AIA Program Number: OOUOA1 / LU Hours 1.00 / HSW

Other credits: Certificate provided for other professions to submit for credit consideration to their governing body.


New York Passive House
New York Passive House
New York Passive House (NYPH) was founded in 2010 by a group of professionals who found the need for an energy-efficient built environment.…

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