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Products Coated Sheets

PIR CM

A rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam panel coated on both sides with a Kraft aluminium multilayer complex. The material's main characteristics are: a high thermal resistance which enables the use of thinner insulating panels, and rigidity and lightness which facilitate handling and installation. The high insulating properties of the PIR CM panel ensure a high thermal comfort once installed.

The PIR CM panel also has remarkable mechanical properties and excellent dimensional stability. One of the sides of the PIR CM panel has a non-slip cover facilitating its application on slanted high mountain roofs, where installation conditions can be more difficult.

Technical characteristics

  • PA rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam panel coated on both sides with a Kraft aluminium multilayer complex.
  • Excellent thermal conductivity coefficient.
  • Excellent mechanical properties.
  • Coefficient of thermal conductivity λi, (7d 10ºC) (W/mK).....................................0.0215
  • Declared value of thermal conductivity λD 10ºC (W/mK)......................................0.024
  • Compressive strength (kPa)...............................................................................250 ±50

Dimensions

  • PIR CM panel:
    • 1,200 x 1,200 mm (net surface 1,185 X 1,185 mm halved joint machined on all four sides). Thickness: 80 mm.
    • 1,175 x 1,175 mm (net surface 1,160 X 1,160 mm halved joint machined on all four sides). Thickness: 100, 120 and 140 mm.

Applications

  • Thermal insulation for slanted roofs in high mountain areas.

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