Is a high performance insulation board manufactured from CFC or HCFC free closed cell rigid polyisocynurate PIR foam.
It’s covered on both sides with an 80 μm embossed aluminum foil.
For internal use in residential/commercial and industrial buildings.
Dimensions: width and length 1200 x 4000 mm
Thickness: 20,5 mm and 30,5 mm
Density of the foam: 35 ± 3.0 kg/m3
Main characteristics and performance:
Insulating material density – ρ [kg/m3 ] EN 1602 – average value 35 ± 3.0
Average thermal conductivity: λ9090,I [W/mK] EN 13165 Annex A and C Value determined 10° C 0.021
Resistance against pressure: EN 13403 The duct resists at the maximum pressure of 3750 Pa
Air leakage classification: EN 13403, EN 1507 Globe duct constructed using bayonet profiles is in B class
European fire reaction: Globe duct EN 13501-1, EN 11925-2, EN 13823 B s1 d0 – 20 and 30 mm
British fire reaction class: Globe board BS476: part 6:1989, 0 Class, BS476: part 7:1997, 1 Class, BS476: part 6/7, 0 Class
Smoke toxicity British Naval Engineering Standard NES 713 < 4.5
Release of dangerous substances: ISO 16000-9, ISO 16000-6 are available on request
Acoustic experimental values: dB EN ISO 7235; Insertion loss in octave band
Rigidity class: EN 13403, 200.000 (R4)
Environmental Product Declaration EN 15804, EPD is available upon request
Blowing agent: EN 15804 OPD (ozone depletion potential) = 0 and GWP (global warming potential) does not include in CML; IA:2016
Tolerance [mm]: EN 13165; width and length ± 7,5 for 1200 mm; ± 10 for 4000 mm; thickness ± 0,7 mm
Stability to the temperature: Globe panels are used in a range of continuous temperatures normally included between -40° C and +110° C. Long exposures to the temperatures could cause deformations to the foam or to the coats, but without causing sublimation or fusion.
Aspect: prolonged exposure of the polyurethane foam to UV rays can cause surface oxidation, the phenomenon does not affect the basic characteristics and performance of the panel.