We’re proud to introduce new non-halogenated products to our EnergyShield product line. These new additions share the same quality and performance you expect from Atlas but with additional benefits to help meet certain project needs or environmental specifications.


What does non-hal mean?
Non-hal stands for non-halogenated, which means these polyisocyanurate (polyiso) products are manufactured using a non-halogenated flame retardant.

What are the benefits of using non-hal products?
Non-hal products are a great choice, especially if your project must meet specific environmental requirements or you are seeking a halogen-free flame retardant product. EnergyShield NH products are:

  • Living Building Challenge “Red List” Free with Declare label and product database listing
  • Helpful toward LEED v4 credit requirements
  • California Department of Public Health (CDPH) VOC emissions compliant

Which EnergyShield products are available in non-hal?

Are these products available now?
EnergyShield NH products are now readily available.
(One truckload minimum, additional freight fees may apply. Contact your local Sales Rep for info on how to order.)

How will I know which products are classified as non-hal?
Product names are followed by NH. Literature and product packaging will display a non-hal icon . Each board will have NH within the run code.