PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS

    WSJ

    Dimensions

    width mm 1.015

    useful step mm 1.000

    length upon request from continuous production process.

    Thicknesses (S)

    mm 30 - 40 - 50 - 60 - 80 - 100 - 120 - 140 - 150 - 160 - 180 - 200 panels of non standard thicknesses can be supplied upon request previous agreement on minimum quantities.

    Supports

    FE S250GD galvanized steel, pre-painted or plastic-coated galvanized steel, stainless steel.

    Insulation through continuous foaming process

    Polyurethane resins (PUR) and (not standard) polyisocianurate foams (PIR), density 39 ±2 Kg/m³ Declared value of thermal transmittance for a panel after 25 years of its installation, (Appendix C - EN 13165) Initial value of thermal conductivity: λ = 0.020 W/(mK)

    Protective treatments for external support available

    On request for external polyester coating, atoxic prepainted for food contact, silicone polyester, PVDF, thermoplastic Class A application of PVC plastic films or other films

    Insights PIR foam

    On request is available in PIR foam version (polyisocyanurate), a particular polymeric structure that guarantees excellent characteristics of fire behavior. The entire range of ISOLPACK panels has been certified in Class B-s2, d0 at CSTB (France) and at KIT (Germany) in compliance with UNI EN 13823 (SBI) * where, "B" expresses the quantity of heat produced during the first 600 seconds of the test <7.5 MJ (best value obtainable for foamed products); "S2" represents a very low development of the fumes and "d0" indicates the absolute absence of drops and/or inflamed particles. In last years, the SBI test has become a standard requirement in Europe for fire behavior of building materials. The new European standard for sandwich panels - UNI EN 14509 - uses the SBI system for fire classification purposes. ISOLPACK is the only one in Italy to design light, highly insulating applications with unequaled fire reaction requirements. In many cases it can replace the rock wool panel considering its fire reaction characteristics combined with the very high thermal insulation power.

    LOADS TABLE

    PITCH BETWEEN SUPP.(mm)
    PANEL TICKNESS(mm)
    SHEET TICKNESS(mm)
    MATERIAL
    MAXIMUM UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LOAD (daN/m2) - DEFLECTION ≤ 1/200 L
    Panel
    Thickness
    (mm)
    MaterialSheet
    thickness
    (mm)
    Pitch 'L' in meters between the supports
    3,00 3,50 4,00 4,50 5,00 5,50 6,00 8,00
    30ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 54 34 22 15 10 7 5
    40ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    40ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 97 64 44 31 22 16 11
    50ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    50ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 145 99 70 50 37 27 21
    60ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    60ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 198 139 99 73 54 41 32
    80ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    80ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 321 231 170 127 97 75 59 25
    100ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    100ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 450 330 248 190 147 116 92 41
    120ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    120ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 559 411 315 249 201 161 130 60
    140ALLUMINIO0,5 + 0,5
    140ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 653 480 367 290 235 194 163 81
    150ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 700 514 393 311 252 208 175 93
    160ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 746 548 420 332 269 222 187 105
    180ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 752 563 472 373 302 250 210 118
    200ACCIAIO0,5 + 0,5 763 608 525 415 336 278 233 131

    Insights on the test report

    (Note) The report test given above, is provided for information purposes only. Values and formulas should not be used to determine or calculate the flow rate of the panel. It is the responsibility and care of the customer and/or designer to draft appropriate calculations with specific reference for individual uses. The thicknesses and quality of steel defined in the report test above, does not represent a standard of product as the combination of thicknesses and materials is determined by the customer according to their technical requirements, therefore the customer and/or the designer are required to specify thickness, quality and type of materials that the producer will use in the construction of the panels.

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