Manufacturing Member

  • Dryvit Systems, Inc.
  • Parex USA, Inc.
  • BASF Corporation – Wall Systems
  • Sto Corp.
  • Master Wall, Inc.

Associate Member

  • Rodenhouse Inc.
  • Wacker Chemical Corporation
  • RADCO
  • National Gypsum Company
  • Drew Foam Companies, Inc.
  • ADFORS Saint-Gobain
  • Clark Dietrich Building Systems
  • Dow Construction Chemicals
  • Plastic Components, Inc.
  • Atlas EPS
  • Georgia-Pacific Gypsum
  • Wind-lock Corporation
  • Poseidon Advanced Materials

Technical Tools & Testing

 

As an accredited ANSI standards organization, EIMA helps develop industry standards in an advisory capacity and educational programs that enable members to address important issues facing the EIFS and construction industries. Its Technical and Research Committee deals with a broad range of technical issues and represents the EIFS industry in negotiations with national building code and standards agencies, as well as government regulators. In addition, the committee plans and implements research and testing programs approved by the EIMA Board of Directors; develops industry guideline specifications for systems, materials and EIFS applications; and presents at technical symposiums.

Technical Tools from EIMA

Manufacturing Member

  • Master Wall, Inc.
  • BASF Corporation – Wall Systems
  • Sto Corp.
  • Parex USA, Inc.
  • Dryvit Systems, Inc.

Associate Member

  • ADFORS Saint-Gobain
  • Poseidon Advanced Materials
  • Georgia-Pacific Gypsum
  • Plastic Components, Inc.
  • Wind-lock Corporation
  • National Gypsum Company
  • RADCO
  • Atlas EPS
  • Drew Foam Companies, Inc.
  • Dow Construction Chemicals
  • Rodenhouse Inc.
  • Clark Dietrich Building Systems
  • Wacker Chemical Corporation
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