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Sandwich panels

Technical catalogue
Contents
General information ..................................................................................................................4 13.1. IzoWall PUR/IPR - horizontal configuration, ground beam element .....................69
Description of application ........................................................................................................4 13.2. IzoWall MWF - horizontal configuration, ground beam element ...........................70
Types of IZOPANEL sandwich panels .....................................................................................5 13.3. IzoWall EPS - horizontal configuration, ground beam element ..............................71
14. IzoGold PUR/IPR - horizontal configuration, ground beam element .....................72
IPR and PUR sandwich panels ................................................................................................6 15.1. IzoWall - partition wall..................................................................................................73
Benefits.......................................................................................................................................6 15.2. IzoWall MWF - partition wall.......................................................................................74
IzoWall IPR/PUR........................................................................................................................7 15.3. IzoWall EPS - partition wall .........................................................................................75
IzoGold IPR/PUR........................................................................................................................8 16.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - fastening to the structure with lateral panel joint .............................76
IzoCold IPR/PUR........................................................................................................................9 16.2. IzoRoof MWF - fastening to the structure with lateral panel joint ...............................77
IzoRoof IPR/PUR......................................................................................................................10 16.3. IzoRoof EPS - fastening to the structure with lateral panel joint ................................78
17.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - roof ridge ......................................................................................79
EPS sandwich panels ..............................................................................................................11 17.2. IzoRoof MWF - roof ridge ............................................................................................80
Benefits ....................................................................................................................................11 17.3. IzoRoof EPS - roof ridge ...............................................................................................81
IzoWall EPS...............................................................................................................................12 18.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - with optional snow guards fastening................................................82
IzoRoof EPS...............................................................................................................................13 18.2. IzoRoof MWF - with optional snow guards fastening..............................................83
IzoDach EPS..............................................................................................................................14 18.3. IzoRoof EPS - with optional snow guards fastening................................................84
19.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - top wall panel joining element...................................................85
MWF sandwich panels ...........................................................................................................15 19.2. IzoRoof MWF - top wall panel joining element .........................................................86
Benefits.....................................................................................................................................15 19.3. IzoRoof EPS - top wall panel joining element ...........................................................87
IzoWall MWF.............................................................................................................................16 20.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - joint of top wall panel protruding over the roof ..............................88
IzoRoof MWF............................................................................................................................17 20.2. IzoRoof MWF - joint of top wall panel protruding over the roof...................................89
20.3. IzoRoof EPS - joint of top wall panel protruding over the roof.....................................90
Lining types and colours ........................................................................................................18 21.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - joint of brick wall protruding over the roof ..............................91
Proper selection of panels for various conditions ...............................................................18 21.2. IzoRoof MWF - joint of brick wall protruding over the roof .....................................92
UV effect ...................................................................................................................................18 21.3. IzoRoof EPS - joint of brick wall protruding over the roof .......................................93
Aggressive factors in special facilities (agriculture, food industry, etc.).....................................19 22.1 IzoRoof PUR/IPR - joint of higher edge of a monopitched roof...............................94
Tips for colour selection .........................................................................................................19 22.2. IzoRoof MWF- joint of higher edge of a monopitched roof......................................95
Stainless steel .........................................................................................................................22 22.3. IzoRoof EPS - joint of higher edge of a monopitched roof.......................................96
Available colours .....................................................................................................................22 23.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - ridge skylight ...............................................................................97
Profile types .......................................................................................................................23 23.2. IzoRoof MWF - ridge skylight ......................................................................................98
23.3. IzoRoof EPS - ridge skylight ........................................................................................99
Coat charts ...............................................................................................................................25 24.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - strip skylight ..............................................................................100
STANDARD Coat ......................................................................................................................26 24.2. IzoRoof MWF - strip skylight ....................................................................................101
HDS Coat...................................................................................................................................27 24.3. IzoRoof EPS - roof penetration .................................................................................102
HDX Coat...................................................................................................................................28 25.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - roof penetration ........................................................................103
Farm Coat.................................................................................................................................29 25.2. IzoRoof MWF - roof penetration ...............................................................................104
Food Coat..................................................................................................................................30 25.3. IzoRoof EPS - roof penetration ................................................................................105
Food Safe..................................................................................................................................31 26.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - roof maintenance systems ......................................................106
HPS 200.....................................................................................................................................32 26.2. IzoRoof MWF - roof maintenance systems ............................................................107
Colorcoat Prisma......................................................................................................................33 26.3. IzoRoof EPS - roof maintenance systems ...............................................................108
27. ob-01 flashing closing strip ...................................................................................109
Properties of sandwich panels ..............................................................................................34 28. ob-02 flashing EPS closing section .......................................................................109
Insulating power .....................................................................................................................35 29. ob-03 flashing roof ridge ........................................................................................110
Burning behaviour ..................................................................................................................36 30. ob-04 flashing lower roof ridge .............................................................................110
Euroclass - reaction to fire .....................................................................................................37 31. ob-05 flashing IzoDach EPS panel wind beam, Type I - overhanging ...............111
Fire resistance .........................................................................................................................38 32. ob-06 flashing IzoDach EPS panel wind beam, Type II - non-overhanging.......111
Load capacity ...........................................................................................................................38 33. ob-07 flashing facade drip cap ..............................................................................112
Leakproofness .........................................................................................................................39 34. ob-08 flashing gutter flashing ...............................................................................112
Acoustic properties .................................................................................................................40 35. ob-09 flashing large inner corner ..........................................................................113
Dimensions and tolerances ..................................................................................................42 36. ob-10 flashing large outer corner ..........................................................................113
Environment protection .........................................................................................................42 37. ob-11 flashing small inner corner .........................................................................114
38. ob-12 flashing small outer corner .........................................................................114
39. ob-13 flashing gutter downside flashing .............................................................115
Technical drawings .................................................................................................................43 40. ob-14 flashing anti-snow guard rail .....................................................................115
1.1. IzoWall PUR/IPR - sandwich panel for walls with visible fastening, 41 ob-15 flashing broken inner corner .......................................................................116
polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core .............................................................44 42. ob-16 flashing drip cap strip ..................................................................................116
1.2. IzoWall MWF - sandwich panel for walls with visible fastening, 43. ob-17 flashing wall flashing ...................................................................................117
mineral wool core..........................................................................................................45 44. ob-18 flashing gutter flashing for ob-19...............................................................117
1.3. IzoWall EPS - sandwich panel for walls with visible fastening, EPS core...............46 45. ob-19 flashing gutter downside flashing .............................................................118
2. IzoGold PUR/IPR - sandwich panel for walls with hidden fastening, polyurethane 46. ob-20 flashing C1 starter .........................................................................................118
/ polyisocyanurate foam core .....................................................................................47 47. ob-22 flashing wall flashing for cut panel ............................................................119
3. IzoCold PUR/IPR - sandwich panel for walls with hidden fastening, polyurethane 48. ob-31 flashing IzoRoof panel wind beam, Type I - overhanging ........................119
/ polyisocyanurate foam core .....................................................................................48 49. ob-32 flashing IzoRoof panel wind beam, Type II - non-overhanging ..............120
4.1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR - sandwich panel for roofs, polyurethane / polyisocyanurate 50. ob-33 flashing eaves masking strip with anti-snow guard rail .........................120
foam core .......................................................................................................................49 51. ob-34 flashing eaves masking strip ......................................................................121
4.2. IzoRoof MWF - sandwich panel for roofs, mineral wool core .................................50 52. ob-35 flashing panel joint masking strip ...............................................................121
4.3. IzoRoof EPS- sandwich panel for roofs, EPS core ....................................................51 53. ob-36 flashing roof ridge masking strip ...............................................................122
4.4. IzoDach EPS - sandwich panel for roofs, EPS core ...................................................52 54. ob-37 flashing closing section ...............................................................................122
5.1. IzoWall PUR/IPR - vertical configuration, fastening to the structure ....................53 55. ob-41 flashing C2 starter .......................................................................................123
5.2. IzoWall MWF - vertical configuration, fastening to the structure ..........................54 56. ob-42 flashing outer masking corner ...................................................................123
5.3. IzoWall EPS - vertical configuration, fastening to the structure ............................55 57. ob-43 flashing inner masking corner ...................................................................124
6. IzoGold PUR/IPR - vertical configuration, fastening to the structure ....................56 58. ob-44 flashing inner skylight flashing .................................................................124
7.1. IzoWall PUR/IPR - vertical configuration, ground beam joint ................................57 59. I-01 fastener EPS roof panel connector ...............................................................125
7.2. IzoWall MWF - vertical configuration, ground beam joint .......................................58 60. I-02 fastener IzoGold IPR / PUR panel connector ...............................................125
7.3. IzoWall EPS - vertical configuration, ground beam joint .........................................59 61. I-03 fastener Calotte ...............................................................................................126
8. IzoGold PUR/IPR - vertical configuration, ground beam joint .................................60 62. I-04 fastener Z strip ................................................................................................126
9.1. IzoWall PUR/IPR - corner element .............................................................................61
9.2. IzoWall MWF- corner element ....................................................................................62 Storage, transport, installation and service rules .............................................................127
9.3. IzoWall EPS - corner element .....................................................................................63 Certificates and admittances .............................................................................................131
10. IzoGold PUR/IPR - corner element .............................................................................64
11.1. IzoWall PUR/IPR - panel - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure .65
11.2. IzoWall MWF - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure .....................66
11.3. IzoWall EPS - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure .......................67
12. IzoGold PUR/IPR - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure................68
General information
Sandwich panels may be used for building walls and roofs of buildings and also for building enclosures of industrial equipment, air
conditioning devices, etc. Such panels are manufactured in a continuous process of joining the insulating core with external lining, most
often metal plates. The final product is a sandwich panel consisted of several layers. Metal lining protects against weather conditions,
such as rain or snow and also performs decorative function. These panels are also resistant to corrosive factors. They keep their
parameters when exposed to moisture, steam, snow, chemicals or other difficult conditions.
The core, made of PUR polyurethane foam, IPR polyisocyanurate foam, EPS expanded polystyrene boards or MWF mineral wool,
guarantees thermal and acoustic insulation. When joined with the lining, it becomes a barrier protecting against fire, snow load, wind,
temperature and other factors.

User gets numerous benefits, using sandwich panels in building walls:

Perfect insulating properties. Thermal conductivity of panels with polyisocyanurate foam core is 0,020 W/m*K.

Perfect protection against weather conditions, maintaining properties and appearance for many years. When coating
is properly selected for local conditions, several years durability of panels may be reached without any problem.

Leakproofness - water, snow and damp will not get inside. Perfectly finished joints ensure complete leakproofness for
many years, if installation standards are followed.

Noise insulation. Properly selected core material can give very good noise insulation parameters. They are particularly
important if insulation of outside noise, reduction of industrial noise propagation to the outside of the building or noise
reduction within the building is required.

Fire protection properties according to the needs. Proper type of core can ensure reaching fire resistance class up to
EL120 (mineral wool). This enables protection of escape routes, separation of fire compartments from each other.

Easy and quick installation, low construction costs, operating costs lower than in other buildings. 50 mm thick IPR foam
panel has the same heat-transfer coefficient U as a 75 cm thick aerated concrete wall, 60 cm thick structural clay tile
wall or a 190 cm thick brick wall.

Good strength parameters. Roof panels can withstand the load of snow and wind depending on their thickness
and climatic zone with supports span over 3 m. Wall panels in most cases may be used with supports span of up to 6 m.
This results in real savings in terms of the supporting structure and also in the costs of the entire building.

We have managed to combine all these benefits to the user with benefits to the natural environment. Entire power
input in the production of the material used for thermal insulation of the building pays for itself after two or three years
from installation, on average. Materials used in production are recyclable. Steel may be reused successfully, waste core
materials can also be recycled, while production of the panels itself is not harmful to the environment.

DESCRIPTION OF APPLICATION
The scope of application of sandwich panels is very wide: in storage halls, production halls, small and large commercial facilities, public
utility buildings such as gymnasiums and swimming pools, farm buildings such as cowhouses, poultry houses, mushroom-growing
cellars. They are suitable for food storages, cold stores and freezers. Sandwich panels may also be used in food processing plants. In
all locations where hygienic conditions are required, with no effect on food in contact with panels and resistance to chemicals used in
food processing and cleaning.
IZOPANEL sandwich panels may be used as walls of buildings, both external and internal, roofs and suspended ceilings in halls with
additional protection.
With proper coating, they can be very durable in areas with salty conditions (such as seaside regions) or high levels of industrial pollu-
tion. For more information on the principles of selection of lining material: see panel lining, types and profiles section.

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TYPES OF AVAILABLE IZOPANEL SANDWICH PANELS
Core type

IPR PUR EPS MWF


core made of stiff core made of stiff core made of expanded core made of mineral
polyisocyanurate foam polyisocyanurate foam polystyrene wool
modular modular modular modular
thickness thickness thickness thickness
width width width width
[mm] [mm] [mm] [mm]
[mm] [mm] [mm] [mm]
40
40
50
50
60
60
75
75
80
Wall panel with 40 40 100
80
visible fastening. 100
60 60 120 1150 1150
1150 1150 120
To be installed on 80
1080**
80
1080**
125 1080**
140
1080**
walls vertically or 100 100 140 1200** 1200**
150
120 120 150
horizontally. 160
160
175
175
200
180
230
200
250
250

Wall panel with


hidden fastening. 60 60
80 80
To be installed on 100
1080
100
1080
walls vertically or 120 120
horizontally.

120 120
Insulating panel for 140 140
freezers and cold 160 1150 160 1150

stores, for walls and 180 1080** 180 1080**
200 200
suspended ceilings. 220 220

60
60
75
75
80
80
100
60 60 100
120
80 80 120
125
High profile roof 100 100 125
1080 1080 1080 140 1080
panel. 120 120 140
150
140 140 150
160
160 160 160
175
175
200
200
230
250
250

60
75
100
120
Low profile roof 140 1200

panel. 150 1150**
160
175
200
250

core density [kg/m3] 40 40 15 100

thermal conductivity [W/m*K] 0,020 0,022 0,040 0,040

typical fire resistance class EI 30 EI 15 E 60, EW 60 EI 60, EI 120*

specific acoustic resistance coefficient, Rw 27 27 24 31

* expected values, testing in progress


** non-standard modular width to be agreed with the manufacturer

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LABELLING
Standard labelling of IZOPANEL sandwich panels has the following format:

IzoWall IPR 120.1080 zcSP9010F/wcSP9010F

Panel type Core Thickness. Width External lining Internal lining type
type type

IPR (PIR) AND PUR SANDWICH PANELS

BENEFITS
IZOPANEL IPR and PUR sandwich panels have polyurethane-based foam cores. PUR/IPR foam is a material with excellent insulating
and thermal properties, which is reflected by thermal conductivity rating.

= 0,020 W/m*K (IPR)


= 0,022 W/m*K (PUR)

This foam is a good noise insulation material. Specific acoustic resistance coefficient:

Rw= 25-27 dB
acoustic absorption coefficient:

w = 0,15
Our IPR/PUR sandwich panels are non-flammable due to the properties of PUR and IPR foam.

B
Flash resistant

Panels with foam core give very good results in burning behaviour tests, depending on foam type and thickness their fire resistance
class is

EI 15 (PUR)
EI 30 (IPR)

Proper joint profile guarantees perfect leakproofness, preventing air infiltration and ensuring steam and blowing rain resistance.

IPR and PUR panels manufacturing programme includes three types of wall panels and one type of roof panels.

Our offer includes three types of wall panels:


IzoWall
Standard wall panel. Thickness range: 40 to 120 mm. Suitable for walls, to be installed vertically or horizontally.
Fastening to the structure with screws through the panels.
IzoGold
Wall panel with hidden fasteners. Thickness range: 60 to 120 mm. Suitable for walls, to be installed vertically or horizontally. Fastening
to the structure with screws inside panel joint. These panels form a smooth facade with no visible joints.
IzoCold
Cold store panel, with reverse heat flow direction. In contrast to standard panels, their joints do not have soft seals and aluminium
seals which could form a thermal bridge. In order to eliminate heat flow, the core has a tongue-and-groove joint. Thickness range: 120
to 220 mm. Suitable for walls of cold stores and freezers, as well as ceilings and suspended ceilings. Panels installed outside building
structure.

Roof panel:
IzoRoof
Suitable for pitched roof with small and medium pitch angle. These panels have trapezoidal outer surface. Thickness range: 60 to 160
mm. On request IzoRoof panels may be produced with a lap joint which enables longitudinal assembly. The lap joint may be left-sided
or right-sided. Technical drawing on page 129 presents the principle of determining the side of the lap joint.

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IzoWall IPR / PUR
Sandwich panel with polyisocyanurate or polyure-
thane core - visible fastening.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Large bend radii guarantee durability of lining protective layers.
Double panel lock guarantees best fire resistance properties.
Profiled edges facilitate assembly and guarantee proper thermal insulating power.
Core made of stiff, freon-free, self-extinguishing PUR/IPR foam with very good
thermal insulation properties.
Seamless polyurethane seal keeps proper thermal insulating power and tightness
of connection - applied in manufacture.
Protecting strip prevents diffusion, water and gas infiltration and steam penetration
into the insulating core.

Suitable for building external and internal walls of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping
centres, farm buildings. Vertical or horizontal installation.

IPR core - stiff polyisocyanurate foam, thermal conductivity rating = 0,020 W/m*K, improved burning behaviour and higher density
= 40 3 kg/m3.

PUR core - stiff polyurethane foam, thermal conductivity rating = 0,022 W/m*K and density = 40 3 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 40 60 80 100 120
modular width [mm] 1150, 1080**
total width [mm] modular width +18 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
9,0 9,8 10,6 11,4 12,2
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
9,8 10,6 11,4 12,2 13,0
Insulating power
U IPR [W/m2K] 0,48 0,33 0,25 0,20 0,17
U PUR [W/m2K] 0,54 0,36 0,27 0,22 0,18
Burning behaviour
IPR fire resistance - EI 30 EI 30
PUR fire resistance - EI 15 EI 15
IPR reaction to fire B-s2, d0
PUR reaction to fire B-s2, d0
fire propagation fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 25
RA1 [dB] 23
RA2 [dB] 20
acoustic absorption coefficient w 0,15
Leakproofness
air permeability Perfect leakproofness at pressure difference -50/+50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** non-standard modular width to be agreed with the manufacturer
Panels are manufactured in accordance with PN-EN 14509:2010 and have the mark.

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IzoGold IPR / PUR
Wall panel with polyisocyanurate or polyurethane
core - hidden screw fasteners.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Hidden fastener gives the facade a uniform appearance.
Large bend radii guarantee durability of lining protective layers.
Double panel lock guarantees best fire resistance properties.
Profiled edges facilitate assembly and guarantee proper thermal insulating power.
Seamless polyurethane seal keeps proper thermal insulating power and tightness of
connection - applied during production.
Protecting strip prevents diffusion, water and gas infiltration and steam penetration into
the insulating core.
Core made of stiff, freon-free, self-extinguishing PUR/IPR foam with very good thermal
insulation properties.

Suitable for building external and internal walls of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping
centres, farm buildings. Vertical or horizontal installation.

IPR core - stiff polyisocyanurate foam, thermal conductivity rating = 0,020 W/m*K, improved burning behaviour and higher density
= 40 3 kg/m3.

PUR core -stiff polyurethane foam, thermal conductivity rating = 0,022 W/m*K and density = 40 3 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 60 80 100 120
modular width [mm] 1080
total width [mm] modular width +18 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
10,0 10,8 11,6 12,4
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
10,9 11,7 12,5 13,3
Insulating power
U IPR [W/m2K] 0,36 0,26 0,21 0,17
U PUR [W/m K] 2
0,37 0,27 0,22 0,18
Burning behaviour
IPR fire resistance -
PUR fire resistance - EI 15 EI 15
IPR reaction to fire B-s2, d0
PUR reaction to fire B-s2, d0
fire propagation fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 26
RA1 [dB] 23
RA2 [dB] 21
acoustic absorption coefficient w 0,15
Leakproofness
air permeability Perfect leakproofness at pressure difference -50/+50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department

Panels are manufactured in accordance with PN-EN 14509:2010 and have the mark.

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IzoCold IPR / PUR
Cold store panel with polyisocyanurate or
polyurethane core.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design


Sealant applied at the construction site (optional).
Large bend radii guarantee durability of lining protective layers.
Profiled edges facilitate assembly and guarantee proper thermal insulating power.
Double panel lock guarantees best fire resistance properties.
Labyrinth core joint eliminates thermal bridge.
Core made of stiff, freon-free, self-extinguishing PUR/IPR foam with very good
thermal insulation properties.

Suitable for external and internal walls as well as ceilings and suspended ceilings of cold stores and freezers.
These panels should be installed outside building structure.

IPR core - stiff polyisocyanurate, thermal conductivity rating = 0,020 W/m*K, improved burning behaviour and higher density
= 40 3 kg/m3.

PUR core - polyurethane foam, thermal conductivity rating = 0,022 W/m*K and density = 40 3 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 120 140 160 180 200 220
modular width [mm] 1150, 1080**
modular width [mm] modular width +18 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
12,2 13,0 13,8 14,6 15,4 16,2
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
13,0 13,8 14,6 15,4 16,2 17,0
Insulating power
U IPR [W/m2K] 0,16 0,13 0,12 0,10 0,09 0,09
U PUR [W/m K] 2
0,16 0,14 0,12 0,11 0,10 0,09
Burning behaviour
IPR fire resistance EI 15 EI 15 EI 15 EI 15 EI 15 EI 15
PUR fire resistance EI 15 EI 15 EI 15 EI 15 EI 15 EI 15
IPR reaction to fire B-s1, d0
PUR reaction to fire B-s2, d0 B-s1, d0
fire propagation fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 27
RA1 [dB] 24
RA2 [dB] 22
acoustic absorption coefficient w 0,15
Leakproofness
air permeability Perfect leakproofness at pressure difference -50/+50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** non-standard modular width to be agreed with the manufacturer
Panels are manufactured in accordance with PN-EN 14509:2010 and have the mark.

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IzoRoof IPR / PUR
Roof panel with polyisocyanurate or polyurethane
core.

1.Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


2.Large lining bend radius guarantees durability of the protective layer.
3.Seamless polyurethane seal applied during production guarantees joint tightness.
4.Capillary action preventing chamber.
5.Core made of stiff, freon-free, self-extinguishing PUR/IPR foam with very good thermal
insulation properties.
6.Profiled edges guarantee tightness of joint.
7.Protecting strip prevents diffusion, water and gas infiltration and steam penetration into
the insulating core.

Suitable for roofs of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping centres, farm buildings.

IPR core - stiff polyisocyanurate, thermal conductivity rating = 0,020 W/m*K, , improved burning behaviour and higher density
= 40 3 kg/m3.

PUR core - stiff polyurethane foam, thermal conductivity rating = 0,022 W/m*K and density = 40 3 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 60 80 100 120 140 160
modular width [mm] 1080
total width [mm] modular width +74 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
10,2 11,0 11,8 12,6 13,4 14,2
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m2] 11,1 11,9 12,7 13,5 14,3 15,1
Insulating power
U IPR [W/m2K] 0,33 0,25 0,20 0,17 0,15 0,13
U PUR [W/m K] 2
0,35 0,26 0,21 0,18 0,16 0,14
Burning behaviour
IPR fire resistance REI 30 REI 30 REI 30 REI 30
PUR fire resistance REI 15 REI 15 REI 15 REI 15 REI 15
IPR reaction to fire B-s2, d0
IPR reaction to external fire BRoof (t1)
PUR reaction to external fire BRoof (t1)
fire propagation fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 26
RA1 [dB] 24
RA2 [dB] 21
acoustic absorption coefficient w 0,15
Leakproofness
air permeability Perfect leakproofness at pressure difference -50/+50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
Panels are manufactured in accordance with PN-EN 14509:2010 and have the mark.

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PANELS WITH EPS CORE

BENEFITS
The core of IZOPANEL EPS sandwich panels is made of expanded polystyrene boards. Expanded polystyrene has very good insulating
and thermal properties, which is reflected by thermal conductivity rating

= 0,040 W/m*K

Noise insulation properties of sandwich panels with EPS core are also good. Weighted average specific acoustic resistance coefficient:

Rw= 23-24 dB

Burning behaviour of EPS sandwich panels allows to classify them as

fire retardant

Panels with EPS core reach fire resistance class

E 60 / EW 60

Proper joint profile guarantees perfect leakproofness, preventing air infiltration and ensuring steam and blowing rain resistance.

Our offer includes one type of wall panels:


IzoWall
Standard wall panel. Thickness range: 40 to 250 mm. Suitable for walls, to be installed vertically or horizontally.
Fastening to the structure with screws through the panels.

Our offer includes two types of roof panels:


IzoRoof
Suitable for pitched roof with small and medium pitch angle. These panels have trapezoidal outer surface. Thickness range: 60 to
250 mm. On request IzoRoof panels may be produced with a lap joint which enables longitudinal assembly. The lap joint may be left-
sided or right-sided. Technical drawing on page 129 presents the principle of determining the side of the lap joint.
IzoDach
Economic roof panel suitable for pitched roof with small and medium pitch angle. Its external surface is flat. Thickness range: 60 to
250 mm.

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IzoWall EPS
Wall panel with expanded polystyrene core.
Visible screw fastening.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Large bend radii guarantee durability of lining protective layers.
Double panel lock guarantees leakproofness.
Profiled edges facilitate assembly.
Expanded polystyrene core.

Suitable for building external and internal walls of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping
centres, farm buildings. Vertical or horizontal installation.

EPS core - expanded polystyrene, = 0,040 W/m*K, improved burning behaviour and higher density 15 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 40 50 60 75 80 100 120 125 140 150 160 175 180 200 250
modular width [mm] 1150, 1080***, 1200***
total width [mm] modular width +18 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
8,3 8,4 8,6 8,8 8,9 9,2 9,5 9,6 9,8 9,9 10,1 10,3 10,4 10,7 11,4
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m2] 9,1 9,3 9,4 9,7 9,7 10,0 10,3 10,4 10,6 10,8 10,9 11,2 11,3 11,5 12,3
Insulating power
U [W/m2K] 0,86 0,71 0,60 0,49 0,46 0,38 0,31 0,30 0,27 0,26 0,24 0,22 0,21 0,19 0,16
Burning behaviour
fire resistance - E 60 / EW 60
reaction to fire -
fire propagation - fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 23 (24)**
RA1 [dB] 21 (22)**
RA2 [dB] 18 (19)**
acoustic absorption coefficient w -
Leakproofness
air permeability 1,5 m3/h*m2 at pressure difference of 50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** for lining sheet gauge 0.4/0.5 mm (for sheet gauge 0.5/0.5 mm)
*** non-standard modular width to be agreed with the manufacturer
Manufacturing process according to technical approval AT-15-5340-2008

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IzoRoof EPS
Roof sandwich panel with expanded polystyrene
core.
High surface profile.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Large lining bend radius guarantees durability of the protective layer.
Profiled edges guarantee tightness of joint.
Capillary action preventing chamber.
Expanded polystyrene core.

Suitable for roofs of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping centres, farm buildings.

EPS core - expanded polystyrene, =0,040 W/m*K, improved burning behaviour and higher density 15 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 60 75 80 100 120 125 140 150 160 175 200 250
modular width [mm] 1080
total width [mm] modular width +74 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m2] 8,8 9,0 9,1 9,4 9,7 9,7 10,0 10,2 10,3 10,5 10,9 11,7
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m2] 9,7 9,9 10,0 10,3 10,6 10,7 10,9 11,0 11,2 11,4 11,8 12,5
Insulating power
U [W/m2K] 0,61 0,50 0,47 0,38 0,32 0,31 0,28 0,26 0,24 0,22 0,19 0,16
Burning behaviour
fire resistance - RE 20**
reaction to fire -
roof resistance to external fire BRoof (t1)**
fire propagation fire retardant **
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 23 (24)**
RA1 [dB] 21 (22)**
RA2 [dB] 18 (19)**
acoustic absorption coefficient w -
Leakproofness
air permeability 1,5 m3/h*m2 at pressure difference 50 Pa**
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa**
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** expected result of testing

Manufacturing process according to technical approval AT-15-5340-2008

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IzoDach EPS
Roof sandwich panel with expanded polystyrene
core.
Low surface profile.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Lining profile radius guarantees durability of the protective layer.
Ob-01 roof flashing.
Polyurethane foam.
Drive screw with EPDM washer.
Expanded polystyrene core.
Milled side surfaces guarantee tightness of joint - no thermal bridges
Double panel lock guarantees leakproofness.

Suitable for roofs of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping centres, farm buildings.

EPS core - expanded polystyrene, = 0,040 W/m*K, improved burning behaviour and higher density 15 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 60 75 80 100 120 125 140 150 160 175 200 250
modular width [mm] 1200, 1150***
total width [mm] modular width +18 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,4/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
8,6 8,8 8,9 9,2 9,5 9,6 9,8 9,9 10,1 10,3 10,6 11,3
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m2] 9,4 9,7 9,7 10,0 10,3 10,4 10,6 10,8 10,9 11,2 11,5 12,2
Insulating power
U [W/m2K] 0,61 0,50 0,47 0,38 0,32 0,31 0,28 0,26 0,24 0,22 0,19 0,16
Burning behaviour
fire resistance - RE 20
reaction to fire -
roof resistance to external fire BRoof (t1)
fire propagation fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 23 (24)**
RA1 [dB] 21 (22)**
RA2 [dB] 18 (19)**
acoustic absorption coefficient w -
Leakproofness
air permeability 1,5 m3/h*m2 at pressure difference 50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** for lining sheet gauge 0.4/0.5 mm (for sheet gauge 0.5/0.5 mm)
*** non-standard modular width to be agreed with the manufacturer
Manufacturing process according to technical approval AT-15-5340-2008

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PANELS WITH MWF CORE

BENEFITS
The core of IZOPANEL MWF sandwich panels is mineral wool (stone wool). MWF has good insulating and thermal properties, which is
reflected by thermal conductivity rating

= 0,040 W/m*K

MWF panels have very good noise insulation properties. Weighted average specific acoustic resistance coefficient:

Rw= 31 dB*
acoustic absorption coefficient:

w = 0,1
Burning behaviour of sandwich panels with mineral wool core allows to classify the product as

A1-A2*
Non-flammable

Results of fire resistance tests with MWF panels are very good. Depending on core thickness their fire resistance class is

EI 60 / EI 120*

Proper joint profile guarantees perfect leakproofness, preventing air infiltration and ensuring steam and blowing rain resistance.

MWF panels manufacturing programme includes one type of wall panels and one type of roof panels.

IzoWall
Standard wall panel. Thickness range: 40 to 250 mm. Suitable for walls, to be installed vertically or horizontally. Fastening to the
structure with screws through the panels.
IzoRoof
Suitable for pitched roof with small and medium pitch angle. These panels have trapezoidal external surface. Thickness range: 60 to
250 mm. On request IzoRoof panels may be produced with a lap joint which enables longitudinal assembly. The lap joint may be left-
sided or right-sided.

* expected values, testing in progress

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IzoWall MWF
Sandwich panel for walls with mineral wool core.
Visible screw fastening.

Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Large bend radii guarantee durability of lining protective layers.
Double panel lock guarantees best fire resistance properties.
Profiled edges facilitate assembly and guarantee proper thermal insulating power.
Core made of hard incombustible mineral wool (MWF).

Suitable for external and internal walls of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping centres,
farm buildings. Vertical or horizontal installation.

Mineral wool core = 0,040 W/m*K and density = 100 20 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 40 50 60 75 80 100 120 140 150 160 175 200 230 250
modular width [mm] 1150, 1080***, 1200***
total width [mm] modular width +18 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m ] 2
13,2 14,3 15,4 17,0 17,6 19,8 22,0 24,2 25,3 26,4 28,0 30,8 34,1 36,3
mass 0,5/0,6 [kg/m2] 14,0 15,1 16,2 17,9 18,4 20,6 22,8 25,0 26,1 27,2 28,9 31,6 34,9 37,1
mass 0,6/0,6 [kg/m2] 14,9 16,0 17,1 18,8 19,3 21,5 23,7 25,9 27,0 28,1 29,8 32,5 35,8 38,0
Insulating power
U [W/m2K]** 0,86 0,71 0,60 0,49 0,46 0,38 0,31 0,27 0,25 0,24 0,22 0,19 0,17 0,15
Burning behaviour
fire resistance - EI 45 EI 60 EI 120 **
reaction to fire A2-s1, d0
fire propagation fire retardant
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient
Rw [dB] 31 **
RA1 [dB] 29 **
RA2 [dB] 27 **
acoustic absorption coefficient w 0,10 **
Leakproofness
air permeability Perfect leakproofness at pressure difference -50/+50 Pa **
lowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa **
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** expected values, testing in progress
*** non-standard modular width to be agreed with the manufacturer

Panels are manufactured in accordance with PN-EN 14509:2010 and have the mark.

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IzoRoof MWF
Roof sandwich panel with mineral wool core.
High surface profile.

 Profiled lining with a unique surface design.


Large lining bend radius guarantees durability of the protective layer.
Capillary action preventing chamber.
Core made of hard incombustible mineral wool (MWF).
Profiled edges guarantee tightness of joint.

Suitable for roofs of industrial buildings: production halls, storage buildings, commercial halls, shopping centres, farm buildings.

Mineral wool core = 0,040 W/m*K and density = 100 20 kg/m3.

Steel sheet lining, anticorrosive protection depending on the intended use.

Mechanical properties
thickness 60 75 80 100 120 125 140 150 160 175 200 230 250
modular width [mm] 1080
total width [mm] modular width +74 mm
length [mm] 2000 - 15000*
mass 0,5/0,5 [kg/m2] 15,6 17,3 17,8 20,0 22,2 22,8 24,4 25,5 26,6 28,3 31,0 34,3 36,5
mass 0,5/0,6 [kg/m ] 2
16,5 18,2 18,7 20,9 23,1 23,7 25,3 26,4 27,5 29,2 31,9 35,2 37,4
mass 0,6/0,6 [kg/m ] 2
17,4 19,1 19,6 21,8 24,0 24,6 26,2 27,3 28,4 30,1 32,8 36,1 38,3
Insulating power
U [W/m2K]** 0,61 0,50 0,47 0,38 0,32 0,31 0,28 0,26 0,24 0,22 0,19 0,17 0,16
Burning behaviour
fire resistance - REI 90**
reaction to fire A2-s1, d0**
roof resistance to external fire BRoof (t1)**
fire propagation fire retardant **
Acoustic properties
acoustic resistance coefficient:
Rw [dB] 31 **
RA1 [dB] 29 **
RA2 [dB] 27 **
acoustic absorption coefficient w 0,10 **
Leakproofness
air permeability Perfect leakproofness at pressure difference -50/+50 Pa
blowing rain resistance A class - perfect leakproofness at 1200 Pa
* non-standard lengths to be agreed with the production department
** expected values, testing in progress

Panels are manufactured in accordance with PN-EN 14509:2010 and have the mark.

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LINING TYPES AND COLOURS
In standard option lining is made of hot rolled DX51, S250GD, S280GD, S320 GD steel sheet. The steel sheet is coated on both sides
with inorganic, zinc or aluzinc protective coat. Minimum thickness of the inorganic layer for outdoor applications is 225 g/m2 of zinc
or 150 g/m2 of aluzinc coat. The aluzinc coat, due to its smaller density, gives the same thickness of layer, measured in microns, with lo-
wer mass. Paint coat is the final protective layer. On a standard basis, it is a polyester coat with thickness of 25 microns. For applications
in non-standard environmental conditions different thicknesses and different types of paint coats are recommended. Choosing a coat
that is proper for local conditions will guarantee a long and trouble-free functioning of the panels. In standard option, lining thickness
is 0.4 mm (inside) and 0.5 mm (outside) in panels with EPS, PUR and IPR core. In MWF panels, lining thickness is 0.5 mm on both sides.
In non-standard options, the thickness of the panel lining may be 0.5 mm (inside) and 0.6 mm (outside).
Panels are covered with a protective film on both sides. This film protects layers during the transport and assembly. Remove protective
film within 1 month from the date of manufacture and no later than after 3 weeks of exposure to sunlight (date of manufacture is
marked on each packet of panels delivered to the customer).

PROPER SELECTION OF PANELS IN VARIOUS CONDITIONS


Lining of sandwich panels is exposed to various aggressive factors causing corrosion, discolouration or blooming. Such factors are
substances present in the external atmosphere, such as water, moisture and chemicals contaminating the environment.
They may also be chemicals generated in relation with the operations carried out at the facility. Moisture in gymnasiums, swimming po-
ols and car wash buildings, substances produced by animals, such as ammonia, side products of chemical processes taking place inside
the building or aggressive cleaning agents used in order to maintain high sanitary standards at food processing plants. Additionally,
UV radiation may have destructive effect on the appearance of the lining, causing loss of gloss and colour.
To choose a proper type of the lining for the environmental conditions and ensure long and trouble free functioning of the panels, users
must take into account all the above mentioned factors.
The effect of external conditions on durability of the lining is determined by EN ISO 12944-2 standard.
The standard divides environment types into classes of aggressiveness, based on the rate of degradation of zinc protective coat.
The table below presents the classes of aggressiveness:

Thickness loss in the 1st year Examples of environments typical for temperate climate (informational purposes only)

Corrosivity class
M Indoors Outdoors
according to EN ISO 12944-2

Heated buildings with clean atmosphere, e.g. offices,


C1 insignificant <0,1 N/A
shops, schools, hotels.

Uninsulated buildings with temporary condensation, e.g., Slightly polluted atmosphere, dry climate, e.g., rural
C2 low 0,1-0,7
store rooms, gymnasiums. areas .

Rooms with high relative humidity and minor pollution, Urban and industrial atmosphere with moderate SO2 -
C3 moderate 0,7-2,1
e.g., food processing plants, laundries, breweries, dairies. pollution or coastal climate with low salt pollution.

Industrial atmosphere and coastal atmosphere with


C4 heavy 2,1-4,2 Chemical production halls, swimming pools, shipyards.
moderate salt pollution.

very heavy Buildings or areas with almost permanent condensation Industrial atmosphere with high relative humidity and
C5-I 4,2-8,4
(industrial) and heavy pollution. aggressive atmosphere.

Buildings or areas with almost permanent condensation


C5-M very heavy (maritime) 4,2-8,4 Coastal and offshore areas with high salt pollution.
and heavy pollution.

UV EFFECT
In natural conditions paint coats are subject to degradation caused, beside chemicals, by destructive effect of ultraviolet radiation.
Paint coats resistance to ultraviolet radiation mainly depends on the type of used membrane forming substances as well as special
additives - photo stabilisers.
Solar radiation reaching the earth includes:
infrared radiation with wavelength range from 700 to 4000 nm,
visible light with wavelength range from 400 to 700 nm,
UV-A radiation with wavelength range from 315 to 400 nm,
UV-B radiation with wavelength range from 280 to 315 nm,
UV-C radiation with wavelength range from 100 to 280 nm (absorbed by the atmosphere).
Photodegradation of polymers, including membrane forming substances of paint coats, consists in inducing reactions of radicals le-
ading to shortening of the polymer chain. This process is a direct effect of absorbing radiation quanta by polymer functional groups.
The effect of radiation depends on the length of the lightwave and its intensity.

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Therefore we may assume that the paint coat is more subject to destructive effects when it is more exposed to sunlight with little
reduction of the ultraviolet spectrum. Earths atmosphere can absorb UV radiation. Efficiency of such absorption grows if the air layer
is thicker. In elevated locations, such as mountain regions, atmosphere is much thinner, which results in higher UV radiation hardness
when it reaches the Earths surface.

Mechanism of polymer particle disintegration caused by a beam of UV radiation

The following conditions must be taken into account when choosing a paint coat in terms of resistance to UV radiation:
- geographical location (elevation, metres above sea level),
- exposure to sunlight (North - South),
- expected period of facility operation,
- importance of aesthetical aspects for a given facility (purpose of the building).

AGGRESSIVE FACTORS IN SPECIAL PURPOSE BUILDINGS


(AGRICULTURE, FOOD INDUSTRY, ETC.)
In special purpose buildings, where various industrial processes take place and harmful chemical substances are produced, contact
with caustic liquids is possible and paint coats are exposed to damaging conditions. That must also be taken into account when cho-
osing indoor protective layers.

Agriculture
One of the most specific environments in which IZOPANEL panels are installed are buildings where animals are kept. Very often lining
of the panels is exposed to excrements which mainly contain ammonia and its derivatives. It is a very aggressive substance, in contact
with which most layers corrode and deteriorate rapidly. FarmCoat protective layer is a perfect solution for such conditions.

Food industry
Major requirement for panels and their lining in food industry applications is, above all, no effect on food products in direct contact.
This feature should be confirmed by proper hygienic certificates issued by a recognised institution or lining supplier. Risk factors are
presence of caustic organic substances of animal origin in form of gas or liquid (blood, acids, fats), effect of more or less aggressive
cleaning agents used in order to maintain high sanitary standards or substances used in food processing, such as acids, vinegar, etc.
For this type of environment we recommend two types of layers available in our offer: FoodCoat or FoodSafe. These layers are descri-
bed in detail in Coat charts section.

Freezers, cold stores, food stores


Sandwich panels most often consist of three layers. Internal lining, core and external lining. Variety of physical properties of these
layers, in terms of thermal expansion, rigidity, insulating power, causes that such panels are subject to damaging effects caused by the
difference of temperatures indoors and outdoors. Steel expands and shrinks more than the core under the influence of temperature,
as it is a material with much higher rating of linear thermal expansion. Additionally, adhesive force joins steel with the lining. It causes
tangent stress which may be transferred to a certain extent by the joint of the steel sheet and the core. However, when limit values are
exceeded, layers may separate, bubbles may form or quite on the contrary, lining may depress or bulges may form.

TIPS FOR COLOUR SELECTION


Sandwich panels most often consist of three layers. Internal lining, core and external lining. Variety of physical properties of these
layers, in terms of thermal expansion, rigidity, insulating power, causes that such panels are subject to damaging effects caused by the
difference of temperatures indoors and outdoors. Steel expands and shrinks more than the core under the influence of temperature,
as it is a material with much higher rating of linear thermal expansion. Additionally, adhesive force joins steel with the lining. It causes
tangent stress which may be transferred to a certain extent by the joint of the steel sheet and the core. However, when limit values are
exceeded, layers may separate, bubbles may form or quite on the contrary, lining may depress or bulges may form.
The difference in expansion properties of steel and core material is even larger when surface temperature is higher, which is related to
the level of light absorption, that is the colour. Bright coloured panels are less susceptible to occurrence of this phenomenon (stresses

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do not reach limit values), while with dark and very dark colours the influence of temperature must be taken into account with particu-
lar care and added to other loads. In most extreme cases length of individual panels should be reduced or even dark colours should be
eliminated and replaced with brighter ones.
Another harmful effect results from the fact that sandwich panels always function between two environments with different tempe-
ratures.
On a standard basis, temperature indoors is around +20C while the outside temperature may drop to -30C. Quite opposite conditions
may occur in case of freezers where temperature may be even -40C indoors while outdoors it may reach +30C. As a result, external
and internal lining behave differently - cold lining shrinks while warm lining expands, which causes bending of the entire panel. Such
bending must also be included when calculating the loads.
In order to assess the influence of thermal load on the panels, all available colours have been divided into three brightness groups,
based on the degree of heat absorption.

Strength charts of our products include the influence of thermal loads specified in the Load charts.

According to PN-EN 14509:2010 standard, the temperature of external lining (T1) reaches maximum value in summer. This value de-
pends on the colour and the degree of reflection of the surface. T1 values that are minimum values for load capacity calculations and
sufficient for calculating limit conditions of use are as follows:

Very bright colours RG = 75-90 T1 = +55C
Bright colours RG = 40-74 T1 = +65C
Dark colours RG= 8-39 T1 = +80C

RG is the reflection grade in relation to magnesia (100%)

very bright colours bright colours dark colours

1013 1001 2002


1015 1002 3002
1018 1007 3004
1016 1020 3009
7035 1021 3016
9001 1024 5002
9002 2000 5007
9010 2001 5009
2003 5010
2004 5013
3011 6001
5012 6002
6011 6003
6018 6005
6021 6008
7001 6010
7002 6020
7024 7013
7032 7015
7038 7016
8003 7040
8017 8004
9006 8007
9007 8011
8014
8016
8025
9000

Division of colours in terms of degree of heat absorption.


Colours in each group are in ascending order.

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STANDARD PREMIUM SPECIAL

Coat type SP HDS HDX Prisma HPS200 FarmCoat FoodCoat FoodSafe

Thickness
25 35 55 50 200 35 55 120
[microns]

Scintilla
Surface finish smooth smooth granular granular smooth smooth smooth
finish

Coat adherence (bending) 2T 1T 1T 0,5 T 1T 1T 0T 1T

Coat elasticity 3T 2T 1,5 T 2T 2T 2T 1T 1T

Impact strength 18J 18J 18J 18J 18J 18J 18J

Surface hardness
HB-H HB H F-H HB-H HB-H HB - H 2H
(pencil hardness scale)

Scratch resistance
2,0 kg 2,2 kg 3,0 kg 2,2 kg 2,2 kg 2,2 kg 3,5 - 4 kg
(Clemen)

Corrosion resistance (salt


360 500 700 500 500 360 360 500
spray test), in hours

Moisture resistance -
condensation (QCT), 1000 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1000
in hours

Corrosion resistance class RC3 RC4 RC5 RC4 RC5 RC3

UV resistance
(QUV [UVA + H2O] 30%; 80%; 80%; 80%; 80%; 60%;

[2000 hours]) E5 E2 E2 E2 E2 E3
- gloss retention

UV resistance class RUV2 RUV4 RUV4 RUV4 RUV4 RUV3

Resistance to acids and


3 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 4
bases

Resistance to aliphatic
4 4 4 4 4 4 4
solvents and alcohols

Resistance to ketones 2 2 2 2 2 4 4

Resistance to aromatic
3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 4 4
solvents

Resistance to mineral oils 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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STAINLESS STEEL
We produce PUR/IPR panels also with austenitic stainless steel lining, using two basic grades of steel:

Steel grade accor- Steel grade accor- Chemical composition ( % )


ding to EN 10088 ding to AISI / ASTM C Si Mn P max S N Cr Mo Ni

1.4301 304 0.07 1.00 2.00 0.045 0015 0.11 17.50 - 19.50 8.00 - 10.50

1.4404 316L 0.03 1.00 2.00 0.045 0015 0.11 16.50 - 18.50 2.00 - 2.50 10.00 - 13.00

Standard finish of external lining - 2b

AVAILABLE COLOURS ACCORDING TO RAL


Available for:
Available for:
9010 SP25, HDS, HDX, FARM, FOOD COAT, 1002
SP25
FOOD SAFE

Available for: Available for:


9002 8017
SP25 SP25

Available for: Available for:


7035 3011
SP25, HDS SP25

Available for: Available for:


9006 5010
SP25, HDS, HDX SP25

Available for: Available for:


9007 5012
SP25, HDS SP25

Available for: Available for::


6011 7040
SP25 SP25

Available for: Available for:


7024 3016
SP25 SP25

Available for:
Available for:
8004 SP25 6020
SP25

Available for: Available for:


1015 1003
SP25 SP25

Available for:
7016
SP25

Note:
RAL colour system indicates colours with a certain accuracy and tolerance. It may happen that two types of paint that are classified
as the same colour according to RAL look different when compared. Due to the fact that slight differences in the shade of coats are
unavoidable, even when products come from one supplier, we recommend precise planning of cutting and installation order to obtain
uniform colour of the facade. It is even more likely that shade differences occur when part of the structure is assembled after a certain
period of time. Inevitable loss of colour and gloss caused by UV radiation results in a noticeable change in shading after a few months,
even if steel sheet comes from one supplier. An effective solution for this issue is designing and installing a decorative element which
separates two surfaces. It may be flashing, drain pipe, etc.
Colours presented herein should only be used for informative purposes as they may differ from the actual colours. In order to determi-
ne a proper colour, use a RAL colour sampler.

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PROFILE TYPES
Thanks to the variety of profile types of IZOPANEL sandwich panels lining and a wide selection of paint coats in various colours, our
products can give a unique character to any building.

L linear

60 60 60 60

R grooved

20 100 20 100

M corrugated

15 15 15 15

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G gold

65 15 15

E flat

Beside the profile types presented above, 1200 mm wide IzoDach and IzoWall panels are available with special profile types

A B E

30 30 30 30 100 16

Technical data specified herein are estimated values and may be verified after a comprehensive process of certification.

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Coat charts
Coat catalogue chart
STANDARD Coat
Purpose: Regions with low atmosphere aggressiveness.
Structures not exposed to excessive UV radiation.
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat Zn225 - zinc, both sides, 225 g/m2
AlZn 150 - aluzinc, both sides, 150 g/m2
Organic coat Modified thermosetting polyester coat
- ground coat: 5 microns
- prime coat: 20 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 2T
Coat elasticity 3T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) HB-H
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 2,0 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 360 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1000 hours
Corrosion resistance class RC3
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Good
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Low
Aromatic compounds Good to very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia Low
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours) E 5; gloss retention 30%
UV resistance class RUV2
Aesthetical features
Surface finish Smooth
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1 9010 9002
STANDARD 2 7036 9006
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Designed for long-term application in moderately aggressive
environments with corrosivity category C1-C3, that is in most
locations in Europe.

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HDS Coat

Purpose: Regions with increased environmental corrosivity.


Regions with increased level of UV radiation (above 900 metres
above sea level)
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat Zn 225 - zinc 225 g/m2 (both sides)
Organic coat Modified thermosetting polyester-polyurethane coat
- ground coat: 15 microns
- prime coat: 20 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 2T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) HB-H
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 2,2 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 500 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1500 hours
Corrosion resistance class RC4
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Good to very good
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Low
Aromatic compounds Good to very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia Low
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours) E 2; gloss retention 80%
UV resistance class RUV4
Aesthetical features:
Surface finish Smooth
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1 9010
STANDARD 2 9006, 7035
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Designed for long-term application in aggressive environments
with corrosivity category C4.

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HDX Coat

Purpose: Regions with highly corrosive environment.


Regions with very high level of UV radiation.
Structures for which colour stability and appearance are very
significant.
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat Zn 275 g/m2 (both sides)
Organic coat Modified thermosetting polyurethane coat
- ground coat: 25 microns
- prime coat: 30 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 1,5 T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) F-H
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 3,0 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 700 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1500 hours
Corrosion resistance class RC5
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Good to very good
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Low
Aromatic compounds Good to very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia Low
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours) E 2; gloss retention 80%
UV resistance class RUV4
Aesthetical features:
Surface finish Granular
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1 9010
STANDARD 2 9006
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Designed for long-term application in aggressive environments
with corrosivity category C5.

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Farm Coat

Purpose: Food industry.


Aggressive and damp interior conditions, approved for contact
with food.
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat Zinc - 275 g/m2 (both sides)
Organic coat Modified thermosetting polyesther coat
- ground coat: 15 microns
- prime coat: 20 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 2T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) HB-H
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 2 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 360 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1500 hours
Corrosion resistance class RC3
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Good to very good
Resistance to solvents
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Very good
Aromatic compounds Very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia Very good
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours) E 3; gloss retention 60%
UV resistance class RUV3
Aesthetical features:
Surface finish Smooth
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1 9010
STANDARD 2
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Very good chemical resistance, with particular consideration of
ammonia.

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Food Coat

Purpose: Food industry.


Aggressive and damp interior conditions.
Approved for contact with food.
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat Zinc - 225 g/m2 (both sides)
Organic coat Colaminate:
- ground coat: 15 microns
- prime coat: 20 microns
- external coat
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 1T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) 2H
Scratch resistance (Clemen)
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 360 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1000 hours
Corrosion resistance class
Resistance to temperature:
Continuous exposure -20C to 100C
Maximum temporary temperature 200C
Minimum temporary temperature -40C
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Very good
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Very good
Aromatic compounds Very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
Aesthetical features:
Surface finish Smooth
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1 9010
STANDARD 2
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Resistance to staining and soiling in contact with various
chemicals and most aggressive cleaning agents.

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Food Safe

Purpose: Refrigeration and food industry.


Aggressive and damp interior conditions.
Approved for contact with food.
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat Zinc - 275g/m2
Organic coat Polyvinyl coat:
120 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 1T
Impact strength No defects
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale)
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 3,5 - 4 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 500 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT)
Corrosion resistance class Not applicable
Resistance to temperature:
Continuous exposure 100 hours at 70OC
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols
Ketones
Aromatic compounds
Resistance to mineral oils
Resistance to ammonia
Resistance in contact with household products
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours)
UV resistance class
Aesthetical features:
Surface finish Smooth
Gloss (Gardner 60)
Colours:
STANDARD 1 9010
STANDARD 2
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Anticorrosive protection, possibility of modification: bending,
profiling, extrusion.

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HPS 200

Purpose: Regions with increased environmental corrosivity.


Regions with increased level of UV radiation (above 900 metres
above sea level)
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat ZnAl 255 g/m2 (both sides)
Organic coat Polyvinyl coat (thermosetting):
200 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 2T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) HB-H
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 2,2 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 500 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1500 hours
Corrosion resistance class RC5
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Good to very good
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Low
Aromatic compounds Good to very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia Low
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours) E 2; gloss retention 80%
UV resistance class RUV4
Aesthetical features
Surface finish Scintilla finish
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1
STANDARD 2
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Designed for long-term application in very aggressive
environments with corrosivity category C5.

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Colorcoat Prisma

Purpose: Regions with increased environmental corrosivity.


Regions with increased level of UV radiation (above 900 metres
above sea level)
Properties:
Sheet gauge 0,50 mm
Metal coat ZnAl 255 g/m2 (both sides)
Organic coat Polyurethane coat (thermosetting):
50 microns
Mechanical strength:
Coat adherence 1T
Coat elasticity 2T
Impact strength 18J
Surface hardness (pencil hardness scale) HB-H
Scratch resistance (Clemen) 2,2 kg
Corrosion resistance:
Salt spray test 500 hours
Moisture resistance (condensation) (QCT) 1500 hours
Corrosion resistance class RC4
Chemical resistance:
Resistance to acids and bases Good to very good
Resistance to solvents:
Aliphatic compounds and alcohols Very good
Ketones Low
Aromatic compounds Good to very good
Resistance to mineral oils Very good
Resistance to ammonia Poor
Resistance in contact with household products Very good
UV resistance:
QUV test (UVA + H2O) (2000 hours) E 2; gloss retention 80%
UV resistance class RUV4
Aesthetical features:
Surface finish Granular
Gloss (Gardner 60) 30 GU
Colours:
STANDARD 1
STANDARD 2
Other To be agreed with the manufacturer
Other features: Designed for long-term application in aggressive environments
with corrosivity category C4.

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Properties of sandwich panels
THERMAL INSULATING POWER
Civilisational development of the world has a great influence on the natural environment. Emission of greenhouse gases is one of the
major hazards for our planet and it is difficult to estimate its size. Increase of CO2 content in the air may lead to global rise of tempe-
rature, climatic changes and natural disasters on an unprecedented scale. This process has been observed by scientists and climato-
logists for a long time. It is being discussed whether these changes are really the result of human activity or rather long-term cycles
that have repeated on the Earth for millions of years. But for certain, we should care about reducing CO2 emissions, just in case. Such
approach has been taken by the European governments which promote supporting activities with proper legislation and incentives.
One of the methods of reducing global CO2 emission is setting higher requirements for buildings within the scope of thermal insulation.
That is why building materials with good thermal insulation parameters are the future of construction engineering.
Polish legislation is currently not too restrictive in these matters. The table below presents the requirements for production and sto-
rage buildings in relation to the interior temperature and their purpose, according to the Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure
concerning technical requirements applicable to buildings and their locations, dated 12 April 2002 (Journal of Laws No. 75, item 690).

Heat transfer
Barrier type and IPR PUR EPS MWF
coefficient
temperature inside
the building U (max) g U g U g U g U
W/m2 K mm W/m2 K mm W/m2 K mm W/m2 K mm W/m2 K
External walls (in contact with the outside air, regardless of the wall type):
a) at ti > 16OC 0,30 80 0,25 80 0,27 140 0,27 140 0,28
b) at 8 C < ti 16 C
O O
0,65 40 0,48 40 0,54 60 0,63 60 0,63
c) at ti 8 C
O
0,90 40 0,48 40 0,54 60 0,63 60 0,63
Roofs, slab roofs and ceilings under unheated attics or over passages:
a) at ti > 16OC 0,25 100 0,21 100 0,21 160 0,25 160 0,25
b) at 8 C < ti 16 C
O O
0,50 60 0,34 100 0,35 80 0,50 80 0,50
c) at ti 8 C
O
0,70 60 0,34 100 0,35 80 0,50 80 0,50

As it can be noticed in the table, relatively thin sandwich panels, in particular with IPR/PUR cores, meet the requirements of the stan-
dard. However, it is worth remembering that Poland will follow other countries and the requirements for thermal insulating power of
structural barriers will be tightened. Probably from 1 January 2014 onwards basic heat transfer coefficients will have to meet much
more restrictive standards. Taking into account the fact that after a properly long period lower costs of heating will compensate for any
expenses incurred in relation with the improvement of thermal insulating power, we recommend choosing panels with better insula-
ting properties than those required by the currently valid regulations.

OUR RECOMMENDATIONS
Heat transfer
Barrier type and IPR PUR EPS MWF
coefficient
temperature inside
the building U (max) g U g U g U g U
W/m2 K mm W/m2 K mm W/m2 K mm W/m2 K mm W/m2 K
External walls (in contact with the outside air, regardless of the wall type):
a) at ti > 16OC 0,24 0,30 100 0,20 100 0,22 160 0,24 160 0,24
b) at 8OC < ti 16OC 0,44 0,65 60 0,33 60 0,36 100 0,38 100 0,38
c) at ti 8OC 0,55 0,90 40 0,48 40 0,54 80 0,47 80 0,47
Roofs, slab roofs and ceilings under unheated attics or over passages:
a) at ti > 16OC 0,18 0,25 100 0,19 120 0,18 220 0,18 220 0,18
b) at 8OC < ti 16OC 0,36 0,50 60 0,31 60 0,34 120 0,32 120 0,32
c) at ti 8OC 0,55 0,70 60 0,31 60 0,34 80 0,46 80 0,46

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IPR PUR EPS MWF
U U U U
W/m*K W/m2*K W/m*K W/m2*K W/m*K W/m2*K W/m*K W/m2*K
40 0,48 0,54 0,86 0,86
50 0,71 0,71
60 0,33 0,36 0,60 0,60
75 0,49 0,49
80 0,25 0,27 0,46 0,46
100 0,20 0,22 0,38 0,38
120 0,17 0,18 0,31 0,31
125 0,30
IzoWall
140 0,27 0,27
150 0,26 0,26
160 0,24 0,24
175 0,22 0,22
180 0,21
200 0,19 0,19
230 0,17
250 0,16 0,16
60 0,36 0,37
80 0,26 0,27
IzoGold
100 0,21 0,22
120 0,020 0,17 0,022 0,18 0,040 0,040
120 0,16 0,16
140 0,13 0,14
160 0,12 0,12
IzoCold
180 0,11 0,11
200 0,09 0,10
220 0,09 0,09
60 0,33 0,35 0,61 0,61
75 0,50 0,50
80 0,25 0,26 0,47 0,47
100 0,20 0,21 0,38 0,38
120 0,17 0,18 0,32 0,32
125 0,31 0,31
IzoRoof
140 0,15 0,16 0,28 0,28
IzoDach
150 0,26 0,26
160 0,13 0,14 0,24 0,24
175 0,22 0,22
200 0,19 0,19
230 0,17
250 0,16 0,16

The calculations have been made on the basis of the tests of the thermal conductivity rating according to the standard. Using the
thermal conductivity rating determined experimentally, heat transfer coefficient U has been calculated. It has been assumed in the
calculations that the temperature of operation of all panels except for IzoCold is +10C. In case of IzoCold panels, operating temperature
of 0C has been taken. That temperature has influence on thermal conductivity: when temperature is lower, insulating power rating
is also lower. It enables carrying out specific calculations for structures in which temperature is lower, for instance for partition walls
between cold store or freezer chambers.

BURNING BEHAVIOUR
Fire safety issues, burning behaviour and fire consequences are becoming more and more significant aspects of the building design.
Using materials with better fire resistance parameters has become essential due to the currently valid regulations, awareness of ha-
zards among the investors and changing policy of insurance companies. The requirements for wall and roof materials depend on the
purpose of the building, fire load inside the building - that is the amount of combustible materials, distance to other structures and the
category of hazard to human life.

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EUROCLASS - REACTION TO FIRE
Various building materials behave differently during the fire. In order to unify classification of materials within the scope of burning
behaviour, Euroclass rating has been introduced. This classification enables testing reaction to fire of various materials according to
uniform principles. It determines three major parameters: the influence of a given material on fire propagation, volume and speed of
smoke production - as smoke is the cause of the majority of deaths in fires, and also occurrence of burning droplets (material debris).

The chart below presents the Euroclass division and basic requirements:

Euroclass burning behaviour contribution to fire FIGRA


non-flammable, negligible
A1 no flame attack calorific potential, no
contribution to fire
non-flammable, low calorific
A2 no flame attack potential, insignificant <120 W/s
contribution to fire
slow-burning, very limited
B no flame attack <120 W/s
contribution to fire
no flame attack in 100 kW heat
flux, flame attack in 300 kW limited but noticeable
C <250 W/s
heat flux no sooner than after contribution to fire
10 minutes
flame attack no sooner than
D after 2 minutes in 100 kW heat significant contribution to fire <750 W/s
flux
flame attack sooner than after
E crucial contribution to fire >750 W/s
2 minutes in 100 kW heat flux
F no requirements not specified no requirements
FIGRA - FireGrowthRate.

For materials that cannot be included in A1 class, two previously mentioned parameters are determined: smoke production and bur-
ning droplets.
Smoke causes more deaths than flames. High volume of smoke hinders rescue action, spreads panic and confusion.

Classification Description
s1 almost no smoke
s2 medium volume and density of smoke
s3 a lot of thick smoke

Burning droplets may cause burns and create new pockets of fire.

Classification Description
d0 no burning droplets
d1 few burning droplets
d2 high number of flaming droplets and particles

Example of Euroclass labelling:


A1 - Euroclass A1 is the only one which is not followed by any additional classifications.

B-s2, d0 -all other Euroclass ratings have additional classifications. This particular rating indicates a slow-burning material which
produces medium volume of smoke and does not produce burning droplets or particles.

Currently Polish legislation (Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure concerning technical requirements applicable to buildings
and their locations, dated 12 April 2002) does not refer directly to Euroclass ratings. Descriptive classification is still valid (flammable,
slow-burning, non-flammable), however adjustment of Polish regulations to the EU acts should be expected.

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FIRE RESISTANCE
Fire resistance of the barrier, that is wall or roof, is the time for which such barrier keeps its specific properties in terms of:

R load capacity
E leakproofness
I insulating power

R parameter indicates the time for which a loaded element maintains its load capacity, not exceeding the limit values of load capacity
and safety of operation. In case of sandwich panels this parameter applies for roof panels.
E parameter indicates the time for which the barrier stops flames and smoke.
I parameter indicates the time for which the barrier meets the insulating power condition and prevents exceeding the standard limit
temperature values on the side that is not exposed to flames.
Certain additional parameters that are less important in case of sandwich panels, are also determined: W - transmittance.
This classification is reflected in the requirements for buildings.

According to the Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure concerning technical requirements applicable to buildings and their loca-
tions, dated 12 April 2002, Journal of Laws No. 75, item 690) fire load classification is used for industrial buildings with one overground
storey.

Fire safety issues, burning behaviour and fire consequences are becoming more and more significant aspects of the building design.
Using materials with better fire resistance parameters has become essential due to the currently valid regulations, awareness of ha-
zards among the investors and changing policy of the insurance companies. The requirements for wall and roof materials depend on
the purpose of the building, fire load inside the building - that is the amount of combustible materials, distance to other structures and
the category of hazard to human life.

LOAD CAPACITY
Load capacity charts - the easiest method of designing
Load capacity charts included herein are the easiest, most reliable and the fastest method for choosing sandwich panels in terms of
their load capacity. These charts include combinations of loads in most standard cases, that is dead load, wind and thermal load in case
of walls or dead load, snow, wind and creep in case of roofs.
Design procedure in this case is limited to determining specific loads and comparing them with the values in the load capacity charts.
In case of structures with non-standard components or when the set of loads is non-standard (e.g. temperature differences other than
the estimated values), special design procedure is required.

General information
Sandwich panels are complex structures. Most often they consist of three layers, two of which is thin steel sheet lining with low density
and high strength and modulus of elasticity. The third layer is a thick core with low density, strength and modulus of elasticity. As a
result, such composite is much stronger than its components separately. We may assume that the lining is responsible for carrying
normal stress, while the core is responsible for carrying shear stress.
For example, if we bend such structure, we may compare its behaviour to a double-tee bar.
Upper lining (upper flange) carries the compressive stress, while the lower lining (lower flange) carries the tensile stress. Whereas the
core (web), as a result of the shearing forces, carries the shearing stress.
Sandwich panels, as the wall or roof components, must carry permanent loads, variable loads and interactions caused by long-term
effects.
Permanent loads:
- panel dead load
- weight of permanent structures that load the sandwich panel
- other permanent loads, e.g. temperature in cold stores
- rheological loads
Variable loads:
- snow
- service load
- wind load
- structural loading
- climatic effects, for instance those related with the difference of the temperature of the internal and the external lining of the san-
dwich panel

Strength of the panels


Strength parameters required for the calculations are determined on the basis of the Initial Type Testing and current testing set by
the Factory Production Control. These values include possible statistical deviations resulting from any irregularities of the production
process.

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Design procedures
These procedures are consistent with PN-EN 14509:2010 standard (panels with IPR/PUR and MWF core). They refer to the safety of
the structure with respect to ultimate limit state (ULS) and serviceability limit state (SLS). Standard load combinations, load safety
coefficients, strength parameters according to the Initial Type Testing and the Factory Production Control, along with material factors
are included.
One of the following methods of analysis may be used in calculations:
- elastic state analysis
- plastic state analysis
Elasticity analysis should apply for serviceability limit state and may be used for ultimate limit state.
Plasticity analysis may be used only for ultimate limit state, with the assumption that bending stresses under the intermediate sup-
port are critical. Plasticity analysis may be carried out when panel might be destroyed by core shear.
We may assume that in most cases load capacity of the sandwich panel divides into two components:
- for bending moments - into MF moment component in metal lining and MS (core part) component distributed into normal forces NF1
and NF2 within the lining. In case of flat linings, MF component is negligible
- for shearing forces, into VF shearing force component within the lining and Vs component within the core. Similarly, in case of flat
linings VF component is negligible.

Thermal load
Wall panels are designed for work in conditions in which their sides are exposed to different temperatures.
As a result, internal and external lining expand unevenly, which is equivalent to applying a bending moment. These loads must be taken
into account in the design procedure.
For summer ultimate limit state (ULS) external surface temperature value should be Text = +80C.
Temperature for the serviceability limit state (SLS) should be chosen according to the chart below. Lining colours are divided into ap-
propriate groups in page 20. The determinant of classification into a given group is the Reflection Grade RG compared to reflection of a
surface covered with magnesia (MgO).

Very bright colours RG = 7590% Tout= +55 C


Bright colours RG = 4074% Tout= +65 C
Dark colours RG = 839% Tout= +80 C

Winter value of external wall surface temperature (Tout), depending on the geographical location, should be from -10C to -30C. In
case of roof, the value of external temperature should be 0C, assuming that in most unfavourable load conditions roof is covered with
snow, and its temperature near the panel surface is exactly 0C.
The value of indoor temperature inside (Tins) standard structures should be 20C (in winter) and 25C (in summer).
Indoor temperatures in cold stores or freezers result from the technical design.

LEAKPROOFNESS
Air permeability through panel joints and resistance to blowing rain have been tested in order to determine leakproofness of walls and
roofs constructed of IZOPANEL sandwich panels.

Air permeability
Air permeability has been checked in accordance with PN-EN 12114:2003 standard.
The test consisted in precise determining the volume of air leaking through the joint from one side to the other, with different pressure
values on both sides of the barrier (-50 Pa/ +50 Pa).
The test has confirmed perfect leakproofness and no air transfer through the barrier.
Conclusion: IZOPANEL sandwich panels meet the requirements of the standard.
In practice it means that walls or roofs built of IZOPANEL sandwich panels constitute airtight barriers. Therefore there is no heat loss,
which is an inseparable effect of air transfer. Perfect leakproofness of IZOPANEL sandwich panels is followed by high energy efficiency
of the barriers.
However, ventilation of rooms built of IZOPANEL sandwich panels is highly important. Perfect leakproofness of wall and roofs made
of IZOPANEL sandwich panels prevents transfer of moisture from the interior. If ventilation systems are not designed properly, it may
lead to outdropping on the walls and unfavourable conditions inside the building.

Resistance to blowing rain


BBlowing rain resistance has been tested according to PN-EN 12865:2004 standard.
The test consisted in spraying sections of walls and roofs made of IZOPANEL sandwich panels with water under pressure.
The tests have indicated that panels subject to total water pressure of 1200 Pa are perfectly leakproof, which classifies them in the
highest leakproofness category - A class. It means that a barrier made of IZOPANEL sandwich panels prevents leaking of rain water
to the interior of the building.

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ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES
According to PN-EN 14509:2010 acoustic properties of sandwich panels must be tested. The test consists in determining the level of
noise on both sides of the barrier - on the side of the source of the noise and on the other side. Measurement is made in 16 bands, from
100 Hz to 3150 Hz, every 1/3 octave. On the basis of these 16 results, a complete insulating capacity profile is created. The obtained
diagram is adjusted to the standard reference curve, reflecting human ear sensitivity in individual bands. The value which is the result
of such adjustment for the frequency of 500 Hz is the
proper acoustic resistance coefficient - Rw

This coefficient is the measure of overall insulating capacity, within the entire range of the audible spectrum.
However, this coefficient does not inform about insulating properties of the barrier in specific ranges of the acoustic spectrum.
In order to determine the noise insulating properties in detail, two additional indexes are determined, correcting Rw coefficient to va-
lues proper for the area of high and low frequencies:

C low frequency spectral adaptive index


Ctr high frequency spectral adaptive index (traffic)

Using these parameters additional insulating capacity indexes are determined:

RA1 = Rw - C

RA1 index determines barrier properties in the range of low tones, such as fast road traffic, railway traffic, aircrafts flying nearby, sounds
of everyday life, human speech, etc
RA2= Rw - Ctr

RA2 index determines barrier properties in the range of high tones, such as slow road traffic, disco music, etc.
An additional parameter determining acoustic properties of sandwich panels is the

acoustic absorption coefficient


w = absorbed energy/reflected energy

Barriers with higher w coefficient reflect less energy back to the inside, which means that they dampen the echo (aftersound) indoors
better.
Reverberation is intensified in rooms with barriers with lower w coefficient.

Rw C Ctr RA1 RA2


w
dB dB dB dB dB
40 27 -3 -5 24 22
60 25 -2 -5 23 20
IzoWall 80 25 -2 -5 23 20
100 25 -2 -5 23 20
120 25 -2 -5 23 20
60 26 -1 -4 25 22
80 27 -4 -6 23 21
IzoGold
100 27 -4 -6 23 21
120 27 -4 -6 23 21
120 25 -2 -5 23 20
IPR/PUR 140 25 -2 -5 23 20 0,15
160 25 -2 -5 23 20
IzoCold
180 25 -2 -5 23 20
200 25 -2 -5 23 20
220 27 -3 -5 24 22
60 26 -2 -5 24 21
80 26 -2 -5 24 21
100 26 -2 -5 24 21
IzoRoof
120 26 -2 -5 24 21
140 26 -2 -5 24 21
160 26 -2 -5 24 21

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Rw C Ctr RA1 RA2
w
dB dB dB dB dB
40 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
50 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
60 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
75 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
80 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
100 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
120 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
IzoWall 125 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
140 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
150 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
160 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
175 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
180 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
EPS 200 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
250 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
60 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
75 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
80 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
100 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
120 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
IzoRoof 125 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
IzoDach 140 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
150 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
160 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
175 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
200 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
250 23 (24)** -2 -4 21 (22) 18 (19)
40 31 -2 -4 29 27
50 31 -2 -4 29 27
60 31 -2 -4 29 27
75 31 -2 -4 29 27
80 31 -2 -4 29 27
100 31 -2 -4 29 27
120 31 -2 -4 29 27
IzoWall
140 31 -2 -4 29 27
150 31 -2 -4 29 27
160 31 -2 -4 29 27
175 31 -2 -4 29 27
200 31 -2 -4 29 27
230 31 -2 -4 29 27
MWF* 250 31 -2 -4 29 27 0,10
60 31 -2 -4 29 27
75 31 -2 -4 29 27
80 31 -2 -4 29 27
100 31 -2 -4 29 27
120 31 -2 -4 29 27
125 31 -2 -4 29 27
IzoRoof 140 31 -2 -4 29 27
150 31 -2 -4 29 27
160 31 -2 -4 29 27
175 31 -2 -4 29 27
200 31 -2 -4 29 27
230 31 -2 -4 29 27
250 31 -2 -4 29 27

* expected values, testing in progress


** for lining sheet gauge 0.4/0.5 mm (for sheet gauge 0.5/0.5 mm)

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DIMENSIONS AND TOLERANCES
Dimensional deviations and slight differences in physical properties may influence behaviour of installed panels. Therefore it is essential
that the scope of such deviations is properly limited, so that the quality of the products delivered to the customer is always the same.

Table 3 - Dimensional tolerances of sandwich panels


Size Tolerance (allowable maximum)
D 100 mm 2 mm
Thickness of the sandwich panel
D > 100 mm 2%
L = 200 mm flatness deviation 0,6 mm
Deviation of flatness (according to the measurement
L = 400 mm flatness deviation 1,0 mm
vof L length)
L > 700 mm flatness deviation 1,5 mm
5 < h 50 mm 1 mm
Height of metal section (rib)
50 < h 100 mm 2,5 mm
ds 1 mm 30% ds
Height of section bracing 1 mm < ds 3 mm 0,3%
3 mm < ds 5 mm 10% ds
L3m 5 mm
Length of the sandwich panel
L>3m 10 mm
Width of the sandwich panel w 2 mm
Deviation of rectangularity s 0.6% w (nominal covering width)
Deviation of longitudinal rectilinearity (length) 1 mm per one metre of length, 5 mm max.
2 mm per one metre of length, 10 mm max.
Buckling 8,5 mm per one metre of width in case of flat sections h 10 mm
10 mm per one metre of width of the sections h > 10 mm
Section pitch (p) For h 50 mm p: 2 mm
For b1 1 mm
Rib width (b1) and wave hollow width (b2)
For b2 2 mm

Test procedures are described in detail in PN-EN 14509:2010 standard.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Civilizational growth is related to the growing environmental impact. Rapid growth of population resulted in the necessity of reducing
the consumption of non-renewable resources and CO2 emissions.
Our life cycle assessments and life cycle cost analyses include costs and consumption of energy during the production, transport,
installation, use and final disposal of the product.
In order to reduce production of plastics based on non-renewable resources (currently 50,000,000 tons in Europe!) it would be best
to replace them with natural products, such as mineral wool, wood, cement or steel. However, the amount of produced plastics is too
high and it would consume 150,000 tons of alternative resources, while energy consumption in the entire life cycle of products would
increase from 4 million GJ/year to 7 million GJ/year. That is 60 million tons of oil, which is one gigantic tanker a day! It would result in
the increase in emission of greenhouse gases by approximately 120 million tons a year, which is 40% of the reduction of emission of
these gases, according to the provisions of the Kyoto Protocol.
In case of insulating products, the cost of the operational period has greatest impact on the total cost of the product and is most
environmentally significant.
Recycling is not always the most environmentally friendly solution. Although all polyurethanes may be recycled, it requires a lot of
energy. In this case, the process of energy recovery seems more efficient. In the European Union these materials [b1] are neutralised in
the process of clean and careful incineration in which contaminants are filtered and combustion generates energy.
Less than 0.1% of the global oil consumption is related to the production of polyurethanes, which gives even 100 times larger savings
for the environment. Application of polyurethanes in such products as insulating panels or refrigerators contributes to lowering of the
energy consumption. Due to their durability and properties, polyurethanes may be used longer in comparison with other substances,
which results in saving additional energy (in relation to the energy used during their production).
The energy required for production of polyurethane insulation for one building is saved in a year, thanks to thermal insulation.

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Technical drawings
Drawing 1.1
IzoWall PUR/IPR - wall sandwich panel with visible fastening,
polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm


2. Polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core
3. Protection strip preventing diffusion and water infiltration.
4. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm
5. Polyurethane seal
6. Available profile types: Linear, Grooved, Corrugated, Flat

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Drawing 1.2
IzoWall MWF - sandwich panel for walls with visible fastening, mineral wool core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm


2. MWF mineral wool core
3. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm
4. Available profile types: Linear, Grooved, Corrugated, Flat

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Drawing 1.3
IzoWall EPS - sandwich panel for walls with visible fastening, EPS core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm


2. EPS expanded polystyrene core
3. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm
4. Available profile types (panel widths 1150, 1080): Linear, Grooved, Corrugated, Flat
5. Available profile types (panel widths 1200): A, B, E

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Drawing 2
IzoGold PUR/IPR - wall sandwich panel with hidden fastening,
polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm


2. Polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core
3. Protection strip preventing diffusion and water infiltration.
4. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm
5. Polyurethane seal
6. Fastening screw slot
6. Available profile types: Linear, Grooved, Corrugated, Gold, Flat

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Drawing 3.
IzoCold PUR/IPR - sandwich panel for walls with hidden fastening, polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam
core

external side

internal side

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm


2. Polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core
3. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm
4. Sealant, permanently plastic
5. Available profile types: Linear, Grooved, Corrugated, Flat

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Drawing 4.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - sandwich panel for roofs, polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm 6. Capillary chamber


2. Polyurethane / polyisocyanurate foam core 7. Internal side profile types as in IzoWall panels, one profile
3. Protection strip preventing diffusion and water infiltration. type available on the external side
4. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm
5. Polyurethane seal

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Drawing 4.2
IzoRoof MWF - sandwich panel for roofs, mineral wool core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm 4. Capillary chamber


2. MWF mineral wool core 5. Internal side profile types as in IzoWall panels, one profile
3. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm type available on the external side

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Drawing 4.3
IzoRoof EPS - sandwich panel for roofs, expanded polystyrene core

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm 4. Capillary chamber


2. EPS expanded polystyrene core 5. Internal side profile types as in IzoWall panels, one profile
3. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm type available on the external side

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Drawing 4.4
IzoDach EPS - sandwich panel for roofs, expanded polystyrene core

Detail A

1. Steel lining, external, standard gauge 0.50-0.60 mm


2. EPS expanded polystyrene core
3. Steel lining, internal, standard gauge 0.40-0.50 mm
4. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
5. Fastening screw
6. Self-adhesive aluminium bituminous seal (optional)
7. Polyurethane foam
8. Ob-01 flashing.
9. L-01 fastener
10. Available profile types: A, B, E

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Drawing 5.1
IzoWall PUR/IPR - vertical layout, fastening to the structure

1. IzoWall PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane seal
4. Self-adhesive PES sealing tape
5. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 5.2
IzoWall MWF - vertical layout, fastening to the structure

1. IzoWall MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Self-adhesive PES sealing tape
4. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 5.3
IzoWall EPS - vertical layout, fastening to the structure

1. IzoWall EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Self-adhesive PES sealing tape
4. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 6
IzoGold PUR/IPR - vertical layout, fastening to the structure

1. IzoGold PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane seal
4. Self-adhesive PES sealing tape (recommended)
5. L-02 fastener
6. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 7.1
IzoWall PUR/IPR - vertical configuration, ground beam joint

Type I

Type II

1. IzoWall PUR/IPR panel 8. Ob-07 flashing.


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 9. Optionally Ob-11 flashing
3. Nail plug screw 10. Optionally Ob-15 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 11. Ground beam
5. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 12. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. PES tape (recommended) structure
7. Ob-00 flashing.
(specify parameters and section drawing)

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Drawing 7.2
IzoWall MWF - vertical configuration, ground beam joint

Type I

Type II

1. IzoWall MWF panel 8. Ob-07 flashing.


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 9. Optionally Ob-11 flashing
3. Nail plug screw 10. Optionally Ob-15 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 11. Ground beam
5. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 12. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. PES tape (recommended) structure
7. Ob-00 flashing.
(specify parameters and section drawing)

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Drawing 7.3
IzoWall EPS - vertical configuration, ground beam joint

Type I

Type II

1. IzoWall EPS panel 8. Ob-07 flashing.


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 9. Optionally Ob-11 flashing
3. Nail plug screw 10. Optionally Ob-15 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 11. Ground beam
5. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 12. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. PES tape (recommended) structure
7. Ob-00 flashing.
(specify parameters and section drawing)

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Drawing 8
IzoGold PUR/IPR - vertical configuration, ground beam joint

Type I

Type II

1. IzoGold PUR/IPR panel 8. Ob-07 flashing.


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 9. Optionally Ob-11 flashing
3. Nail plug screw 10. Optionally Ob-15 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 11. Ground beam
5. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 12. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. PES tape (recommended) structure
7. Ob-00 flashing.
(specify parameters and section drawing)

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Drawing 9.1
IzoWall PUR/IPR - corner joint

Vertical arrangement:

Horizontal arrangement:

1. IzoWall PUR/IPR panel 7. Ob-11 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 8. Optionally Ob-12 flashing
3. Polyurethane foam 9. Optionally Ob-42 flashing
4. PES tape (recommended) 10. Optionally Ob-43 flashing
5. Optionally Ob-9 flashing 11. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. Ob-10 flashing structure

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Drawing 9.2
IzoWall MWF- corner joint

Vertical arrangement:

Horizontal arrangement:

1. IzoWall MWF panel 7. Ob-11 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 8. Optionally Ob-12 flashing
3. Polyurethane foam 9. Optionally Ob-42 flashing
4. PES tape (recommended) 10. Optionally Ob-43 flashing
5. Optionally Ob-9 flashing 11. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. Ob-10 flashing structure

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Drawing 9.3
IzoWall EPS - corner joint

Vertical arrangement:

Horizontal arrangement:

1. IzoWall EPS panel 7. Ob-11 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 8. Optionally Ob-12 flashing
3. Polyurethane foam 9. Optionally Ob-42 flashing
4. PES tape (recommended) 10. Optionally Ob-43 flashing
5. Optionally Ob-9 flashing 11. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. Ob-10 flashing structure

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Drawing 10.
IzoGold PUR/IPR - corner joint

Vertical arrangement:

Horizontal arrangement:

1. IzoGold PUR/IPR panel 7. Ob-11 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 8. Optionally Ob-12 flashing
3. Polyurethane foam 9. Optionally Ob-42 flashing
4. PES tape (recommended) 10. Optionally Ob-43 flashing
5. Optionally Ob-9 flashing 11. Steel section, according to the design of the
6. Ob-10 flashing structure

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Drawing 11.1
IzoWall PUR/IPR panel - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure

PANEL JOINT

INTERMEDIATE SUPPORT

1. IzoWall PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam as ~20 mm movement joint fill
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. Permanently plastic sealant
6. Ob-35 flashing
7. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 11.2
IzoWall MWF - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure

PANEL JOINT

INTERMEDIATE SUPPORT

1. IzoWall MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam as ~20 mm movement joint fill
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. Permanently plastic sealant
6. Ob-35 flashing
7. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 11.3
IzoWall EPS - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure

PANEL JOINT

INTERMEDIATE SUPPORT

1. IzoWall EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam as ~20 mm movement joint fill
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. Permanently plastic sealant
6. Ob-35 flashing
7. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 12
IzoGold PUR/IPR - horizontal configuration, fastening to the structure

PANEL JOINT INTERMEDIATE SUPPORT

1. IzoGold PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer (optionally two fasteners next to each other)
3. Polyurethane foam as ~20 mm movement joint fill
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. Permanently plastic sealant
6. Ob-35 flashing
7. L-02 fastener
8. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 13.1
IzoWall PUR/IPR - horizontal configuration, ground beam joint

Type I Type II

Type III

1. IzoWall PUR/IPR panel 7. Custom Ob-00 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. (specify parameters and section drawing)
3. Nail plug screw 8. Ob-07 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 9. Ob-11 flashing
5a. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 10. Ob-20 flashing
5b. PURS tape (recommended) 11. Ob-41 flashing
6. PES tape (recommended) 12. Ground beam
13. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 13.2
IzoWall MWF - horizontal configuration, ground beam joint

Type I Type II

Type III

1. IzoWall MWF panel 7. Custom Ob-00 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. (specify parameters and section drawing)
3. Nail plug screw 8. Ob-07 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 9. Ob-11 flashing
5a. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 10. Ob-20 flashing
5b. PURS tape (recommended) 11. Ob-41 flashing
6. PES tape (recommended) 12. Ground beam
13. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 13.3
IzoWall EPS - horizontal configuration, ground beam joint

Type I Type II

Type III

1. IzoWall EPS panel 7. Custom Ob-00 flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. (specify parameters and section drawing)
3. Nail plug screw 8. Ob-07 flashing
4. Permanently plastic sealant 9. Ob-11 flashing
5a. PURS tape (recommended) / polyurethane foam 10. Ob-20 flashing
5b. PURS tape (recommended) 11. Ob-41 flashing
6. PES tape (recommended) 12. Ground beam
13. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 14
IzoGold PUR/IPR - horizontal configuration, ground beam joint

1. IzoGold PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. Permanently plastic sealant
5. PURS tape (recommended)
6. PES tape (recommended)
7. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
8. Ob-07 flashing
9. Ob-11 flashing
10. Ground beam
11. Steel section, according to the design of the structure

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Drawing 15.1
IzoWall - partition wall

1. IzoWall PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. U-beam, cold-bent
6. Ceiling
7. Concrete foundation

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Drawing 15.2
IzoWall MWF - partition wall

1. IzoWall MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. U-beam, cold-bent
6. Ceiling
7. Concrete foundation

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Drawing 15.3
IzoWall EPS - partition wall

1. IzoWall EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. PES tape (recommended)
5. U-beam, cold-bent
6. Ceiling
7. Concrete foundation

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Drawing 16.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - fastening to the structure with lateral panel joint

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screws axis
2a. Drive screw with EPDM washer (for lateral joining of panels)
2b. Drive screw with EPDM washer (fastening panels to the structure)
3. Purlin
4. Capillary chamber
5. L-03 fastener (suggested)
6. Polyurethane seal
7. PES tape (recommended)
8. PURS tape (recommended)
9. Butyl tape, 2 strips minimum (3 strips recommended for low slope)

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Drawing 16.2
IzoRoof MWF - fastening to the structure with lateral panel joint

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screws axis
2a. Drive screw with EPDM washer (for lateral joining of panels)
2b. Drive screw with EPDM washer (fastening panels to the structure)
3. Purlin
4. Capillary chamber
5. L-03 fastener (suggested)
6. Polyurethane seal
7. PES tape (recommended)
8. PURS tape (recommended)
9. Butyl tape, 2 strips minimum (3 strips recommended for low slope)

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Drawing 16.3
IzoRoof EPS - fastening to the structure with lateral panel joint

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screws axis
2a. Drive screw with EPDM washer (for lateral joining of panels)
2b. Drive screw with EPDM washer (fastening panels to the structure)
3. Purlin
4. Capillary chamber
5. L-03 fastener (suggested)
6. Polyurethane seal
7. PES tape (recommended)
8. PURS tape (recommended)
9. Butyl tape, 2 strips minimum (3 strips recommended for low slope)

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Drawing 17.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - roof ridge

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam
4. Neoprene seal
5. Ob-03 roof flashing
6. Ob-04 roof flashing
7. Ob-36 roof flashing
8. L-03 fastener
9. Purlin
10. PES tape (recommended)
11. Permanently plastic sealant

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Drawing 17.2
IzoRoof MWF - roof ridge

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam
4. Neoprene seal
5. Ob-03 roof flashing
6. Ob-04 roof flashing
7. Ob-36 roof flashing
8. L-03 fastener
9. Purlin
10. PES tape (recommended)
11. Permanently plastic sealant

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Drawing 17.3
IzoRoof EPS - roof ridge

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam
4. Neoprene seal
5. Ob-03 roof flashing
6. Ob-04 roof flashing
7. Ob-36 roof flashing
8. L-03 fastener
9. Purlin
10. PES tape (recommended)
11. Permanently plastic sealant

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Drawing 18.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - eaves with optional snow guards fastening

Type I

Type II

Type III

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Gutter and steel gutter bracket
4. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
5. Polyurethane foam
6. Ob-08 roof flashing
7. Ob-11 roof flashing
8. Ob-13 roof flashing
9. Ob-14 (optionally)
10. Ob-18 roof flashing
11. Ob-19/g roof flashing / g=0.88 mm
12. Ob-33 roof flashing
13. Optionally Ob-34 instead of Ob-33
14. OSB panel
15. L-04 fastener
16. Permanently plastic sealant
17. Leakproof rivet, 4.0 x 10 mm

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Drawing 18.2
IzoRoof MWF - eaves with optional snow guards fastening

Type I

Type II

Type III

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Gutter and steel gutter bracket
4. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
5. Polyurethane foam
6. Ob-08 roof flashing
7. Ob-11 roof flashing
8. Ob-13 roof flashing
9. Ob-14 (optionally)
10. Ob-18 roof flashing
11. Ob-19/g roof flashing / g=0.88 mm
12. Ob-33 roof flashing
13. Optionally Ob-34 instead of Ob-33
14. OSB panel
15. L-04 fastener
16. Permanently plastic sealant
17. Leakproof rivet, 4.0 x 10 mm

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 83
Drawing 18.3
IzoRoof EPS - eaves with optional snow guards fastening

Type I

Type II

Type III

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Gutter and steel gutter bracket
4. IzoWall/IzoGold wall panel
5. Polyurethane foam
6. Ob-08 roof flashing
7. Ob-11 roof flashing
8. Ob-13 roof flashing
9. Ob-14 (optionally)
10. Ob-18 roof flashing
11. Ob-19/g roof flashing / g=0.88 mm
12. Ob-33 roof flashing
13. Optionally Ob-34 instead of Ob-33
14. OSB panel
15. L-04 fastener
16. Permanently plastic sealant
17. Leakproof rivet, 4.0 x 10 mm

84 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 19.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - top wall panel joining element

Type I - overhanging

Type II - non-overhanging

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel 6. Ob-37 roof flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 7. Cut at the construction site
3. Ob-11 roof flashing 8. Polyurethane foam
4. Ob-31 roof flashing 9. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
5. Ob-32 roof flashing 10. Permanently plastic sealant

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 85
Drawing 19.2
IzoRoof MWF - top wall panel joining element

Type I - overhanging

Type II - non-overhanging

1. IzoRoof MWF panel 6. Ob-37 roof flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 7. Cut at the construction site
3. Ob-11 roof flashing 8. Polyurethane foam
4. Ob-31 roof flashing 9. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
5. Ob-32 roof flashing 10. Permanently plastic sealant

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Drawing 19.3
IzoRoof EPS - top wall panel joining element

Type I - overhanging

Type II - non-overhanging

1. IzoRoof EPS panel 6. Ob-37 roof flashing


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 7. Cut at the construction site
3. Ob-11 roof flashing 8. Polyurethane foam
4. Ob-31 roof flashing 9. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
5. Ob-32 roof flashing 10. Permanently plastic sealant

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 87
Drawing 20.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - joint of top wall panel protruding over the roof

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam
4. Cut at the construction site
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
6. Ob-11 roof flashing
7. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
8. Permanently plastic sealant

88 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 20.2
IzoRoof MWF - joint of top wall panel protruding over the roof

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam
4. Cut at the construction site
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
6. Ob-11 roof flashing
7. IzoWall/ IzoGold wall panel
8. Permanently plastic sealant

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 89
Drawing 20.3
IzoRoof EPS - joint of top wall panel protruding over the roof

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Polyurethane foam
4. Cut at the construction site
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
6. Ob-11 roof flashing
7. IzoWall/IzoGold wall panel
8. Permanently plastic sealant

90 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 21.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - joint of brick wall protruding over the roof

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. Polyurethane foam
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
6. Ob-11 roof flashing
7. Panel for flashing installation (e.g. OSB panel)
8. Cut at the construction site
9. Permanently plastic sealant

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 91
Drawing 21.2
IzoRoof MWF - joint of brick wall protruding over the roof

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. Polyurethane foam
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
6. Ob-11 roof flashing
7. Panel for flashing installation (e.g. OSB panel)
8. Cut at the construction site
9. Permanently plastic sealant

92 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 21.3
IzoRoof EPS - joint of brick wall protruding over the roof

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Nail plug screw
4. Polyurethane foam
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
6. Ob-11 roof flashing
7. Panel for flashing installation (e.g. OSB panel)
8. Cut at the construction site
9. Permanently plastic sealant

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 93
Drawing 22.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - joint of higher edge of a monopitched roof

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Ob-11 roof flashing
4. Ob-31 roof flashing
5. Ob-36 roof flashing
6. Polyurethane foam
7. Neoprene seal adjusted to the profile type of the IzoRoof IPR / PUR panel
8. IzoWall / IzoGold wall panel
9. Permanently plastic sealant

94 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 22.2
IzoRoof MWF - joint of higher edge of a monopitched roof

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Ob-11 roof flashing
4. Ob-31 roof flashing
5. Ob-36 roof flashing
6. Polyurethane foam
7. Neoprene seal adjusted to the profile type of the IzoRoof IPR / PUR panel
8. IzoWall / IzoGold wall panel
9. Permanently plastic sealant

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 95
Drawing 22.3
IzoRoof EPS - joint of higher edge of a monopitched roof

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Ob-11 roof flashing
4. Ob-31 roof flashing
5. Ob-36 roof flashing
6. Polyurethane foam
7. Neoprene seal adjusted to the profile type of the IzoRoof IPR / PUR panel
8. IzoWall / IzoGold wall panel
9. Permanently plastic sealant

96 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 23.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - ridge skylight

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
4. Ob-36 roof flashing
5. Skylight frame
6. Expanded polystyrene
7. Polycarbonate
8. Purlin
9. PES tape (recommended)

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 97
Drawing 23.2
IzoRoof MWF - ridge skylight

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
4. Ob-36 roof flashing
5. Skylight frame
6. Expanded polystyrene
7. Polycarbonate
8. Purlin
9. PES tape (recommended)

98 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e
Drawing 23.3
IzoRoof EPS - ridge skylight

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)
4. Ob-36 roof flashing
5. Skylight frame
6. Expanded polystyrene
7. Polycarbonate
8. Purlin
9. PES tape (recommended)

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 99
Drawing 24.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - strip skylight

Joint on the longer side of the roof panel with skylight Joint on the longer side of the roof panel with skylight
on the side of the roof ridge on the side of the eaves

assembly direction Longitudinal joint of the skylights

right side panel upper panel near the ridge, min. 2m left side panel
STEP V STEP IV STEP I

rooflight
STEP III

lower panel near the eaves, min. 2m


STEP II

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel 7. Spacer


2. Polycarbonate panel with resin and glass facing 8. Purlin
3. System screws and rivets - every 300 mm on the edges 9. Substructure, if purlins width < 100 mm
4. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 10. PES tape (recommended)
5. Ob-44 roof flashing 11. Butyl tape
6. L-03 fastener

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Drawing 24.2
IzoRoof MWF - strip skylight

Joint on the longer side of the roof panel with skylight Joint on the longer side of the roof panel with skylight
on the side of the roof ridge on the side of the eaves

assembly direction Longitudinal joint of the skylights

right side panel upper panel near the ridge, min. 2m left side panel
STEP V STEP IV STEP I

rooflight
STEP III

lower panel near the eaves, min. 2m


STEP II

1. IzoRoof MWF panel 7. Spacer


2. Polycarbonate panel with resin and glass facing 8. Purlin
3. System screws and rivets - every 300 mm on the edges 9. Substructure, if purlins width < 100 mm
4. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 10. PES tape (recommended)
5. Ob-44 roof flashing 11. Butyl tape
6. L-03 fastener

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 101


Drawing 24.3
IzoRoof EPS - roof penetration

Joint on the longer side of the roof panel with skylight Joint on the longer side of the roof panel with skylight
on the side of the roof ridge on the side of the eaves

assembly direction Longitudinal joint of the skylights

right side panel upper panel near the ridge, min. 2m left side panel
STEP V STEP IV STEP I

rooflight
STEP III

lower panel near the eaves, min. 2m


STEP II

1. IzoRoof EPS panel 7. Spacer


2. Polycarbonate panel with resin and glass facing 8. Purlin
3. System screws and rivets - every 300 mm on the edges 9. Substructure, if purlins width < 100 mm
4. Drive screw with EPDM washer. 10. PES tape (recommended)
5. Ob-44 roof flashing 11. Butyl tape
6. L-03 fastener

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Drawing 25.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - roof penetration

Wielko
Collar size konierza 11 2
2 33 44 5
5 66 7
7 8
8 9
9
rednica zewntrzna
Outer diameter rury
of the pipe [mm]
[mm] 5-50
5-50 44-82
44-82 6-127
6-127 75-160 108-190 125-230 150-280 175-330 154-483
75-160 108-190 125-230 150-280 175-330 154-483

CROSS SECTION 1-1

ite)
tions
st ruc
con
he
at t
cut
le (
iab
var
R=

1. IzoRoof PUR/IPR panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Rubber based roof sealant
4. Pipe sealing collar (e.g. PIPECO / EPDM)
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 103


Drawing 25.2
IzoRoof MWF - roof penetration

Wielko
Collar size konierza 11 22 33 44 5
5 6
6 7 8 9
rednica zewntrzna
Outer diameter rury
of the pipe [mm]
[mm] 5-50
5-50 44-82
44-82 6-127
6-127 75-160
75-160 108-190
108-190 125-230
125-230 150-280
150-280 175-330
175-330 154-483
154-483

CROSS SECTION 1-1


)
site
uction
str
con
the
cu t at
le (
riab
R=va

1. IzoRoof MWF panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Rubber based roof sealant
4. Pipe sealing collar (e.g. PIPECO / EPDM)
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)

104 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e


Drawing 25.3
IzoRoof EPS - roof penetration

Wielko
Collar size konierza 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
rednica zewntrzna
Outer diameter rury
of the pipe [mm]
[mm] 5-50
5-50 44-82
44-82 6-127
6-127 75-160
75-160 108-190
108-190 125-230
125-230 150-280
150-280 175-330
175-330 154-483
154-483

CROSS SECTION 1-1


)
site
uction
str
con
the
cu t at
le (
riab
R=va

1. IzoRoof EPS panel


2. Drive screw with EPDM washer.
3. Rubber based roof sealant
4. Pipe sealing collar (e.g. PIPECO / EPDM)
5. Custom Ob-00 flashing (specify parameters and section drawing)

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 105


Drawing 26.1
IzoRoof PUR/IPR - roof maintenance systems

1. Structural Anchors according to PN-EN 795:1999/A1:2003 must be arranged in consultation with the Designer of the structure.
2. Rope should run at an angle not smaller than 45 to the roof edge.
3. Small deadweight guarantees constant tension of the rope and stability.
4 Fall arrester according to PN-EN 353-2:2005 (device guide should be anchored to the structural anchor and loaded with a small
deadweight for stability).
5. Body harness according to PN-EN 361:2005, fall arrester mechanism should be connected to a body harness clamp.
6. In order to reduce reaction on people and structure as a result of a possible fall, use of properly selected fall arresters is
recommended.
7. Removable flexible sheath.
8. Any penetrations of the structure through IzoRoof PUR/IPR should be sealed according to the detail drawing below.
9. All bearing parts of the system should be made of stainless steel according to the Polish Standards, in particular:
PN-EN 795:1999/A1:2003 Protection against falls from a height - Anchor devices - Requirements and testing
PN-EN 363:2008 Personal fall protection equipment - Personal fall protection systems
PN-EN 365:2006 Personal protective equipment against falls from a height - General requirements

drive screw with sealing collar


EPDM washer (e.g. PIPECO/EPDM)
rubber based roof sealant rubber based roof sealant

drive screw with flashing IzoRoof IPR/PUR panel


EPDM washer

106 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e


Drawing 26.2
IzoRoof MWF - roof maintenance systems

1. Structural Anchors according to PN-EN 795:1999/A1:2003 must be arranged in consultation with the Designer of the structure.
2. Rope should run at an angle not smaller than 45 to the roof edge.
3. Small deadweight guarantees constant tension of the rope and stability.
4. Fall arrester according to PN-EN 353-2:2005 (device guide should be anchored to the Structural Anchor and loaded with a small
deadweight for stability).
5. Body harness according to PN-EN 361:2005, fall arrester mechanism should be connected to a body harness clamp.
6. In order to reduce reaction on people and structure as a result of a possible fall, use of properly selected fall arresters is
recommended.
7. Removable flexible sheath.
8. Any penetrations of the structure through IzoRoof PUR/IPR should be sealed according to the detail drawing below.
9. All bearing parts of the system should be made of stainless steel according to the Polish Standards, in particular:
PN-EN 795:1999/A1:2003 Protection against falls from a height - Anchor devices - Requirements and testing
PN-EN 363:2008 Personal fall protection equipment - Personal fall protection systems
PN-EN 365:2006 Personal protective equipment against falls from a height - General requirements

drive screw with sealing collar


EPDM washer (e.g. PIPECO/EPDM)
rubber based roof sealant rubber based roof sealant

drive screw with flashing IzoRoof MWF panel


EPDM washer

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 107


Drawing 26.3
IzoRoof EPS - roof maintenance systems

1. Structural Anchors according to PN-EN 795:1999/A1:2003 must be arranged in consultation with the Designer of the structure.
2. Rope should run at an angle not smaller than 45 to the roof edge.
3. Small deadweight guarantees constant tension of the rope and stability.
4. Fall arrester according to PN-EN 353-2:2005 (device guide should be anchored to the Structural Anchor and loaded with a small
deadweight for stability).
5. Body harness according to PN-EN 361:2005, fall arrester mechanism should be connected to a body harness clamp.
6. In order to reduce reaction on people and structure as a result of a possible fall, use of properly selected fall arresters is
recommended.
7. Removable flexible sheath.
8. Any penetrations of the structure through IzoRoof PUR/IPR should be sealed according to the detail drawing below.
9. All bearing parts of the system should be made of stainless steel according to the Polish Standards, in particular:
PN-EN 795:1999/A1:2003 Protection against falls from a height - Anchor devices - Requirements and testing
PN-EN 363:2008 Personal fall protection equipment - Personal fall protection systems
PN-EN 365:2006 Personal protective equipment against falls from a height - General requirements

drive screw with sealing collar


EPDM washer (e.g. PIPECO/EPDM)
rubber based roof sealant rubber based roof sealant

drive screw with flashing IIzoRoof MWF panel


EPDM washer

108 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e


Drawing 27
Ob-01 flashing Closing strip

surface development s = 110 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,44 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 28
Ob-02 flashing EPS closing section

surface development s = 150 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,60 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 109


Drawing 29
Ob-03 flashing Roof ridge

surface development s = 400 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 1,60 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

NOTE: Specify roof slope if it is larger than 10%

Drawing 30
Ob-04 flashing Lower roof ridge

surface development s = 210 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,84 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

NOTE: Specify roof slope if it is larger than 10%

110 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e


Drawing 31
Ob-05 flashing IzoDach EPS panel wind beam,
Type I - overhanging

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 300 1,20
75 315 1,26
100 340 1,36
surface development see chart
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm 125 365 1,46
mass see chart 150 390 1,56
standard length l = 2500 mm 200 440 1,76
panel thickness see chart
250 490 1,96

Drawing 32
Ob-06 flashing IzoDach EPS panel wind beam,
Type II - non-overhanging

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 260 1,04
75 275 1,10
100 300 1,20
surface development see chart 125 325 1,30
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm 150 350 1,40
mass see chart 200 400 1,60
standard length l = 2500 mm
250 450 1,80
panel thickness see chart

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 111


Drawing 33
Ob-07 flashing Facade drip cap

surface development s = 180 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,72 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 34
Ob-08 flashing Gutter flashing

surface development s = 230 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,92 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

NOTE: Specify roof slope if it is larger than 10%

112 | Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e


Drawing 35
Ob-09 flashing Large inner corner

surface development s = 208 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,83 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 36
Ob-10 flashing Large outer corner

surface development s = 208 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,83 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 113


Drawing 37
Ob-11 flashing Small inner corner

surface development s = 125 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,50 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 38
Ob-12 flashing Small outer corner

surface development s = 125 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,50 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

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Drawing 39
Ob-13 flashing Gutter downside flashing

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 215 0,86
75 230 0,92
80 235 0,94
100 255 1,02
120 275 1,10
surface development see chart
125 280 1,12
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass see chart 150 305 1,22
standard length l = 2500 mm 200 355 1,42
panel thickness see chart 250 405 1,62

Drawing 40
Ob-14 flashing Anti-snow guard rail

surface development s = 390 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 1,56 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 115


Drawing 41
Ob-15 flashing Broken inner corner

surface development s = 170 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,68 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 42
Ob-16 flashing Drip cap strip

surface development s = 185 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,74 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

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Drawing 43
Ob-17 roof flashing Wall flashing

surface development s = 245 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,98 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 44
Ob-18 flashing Gutter flashing for Ob-19

surface development s = 160 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,64 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm
a - roof slope custom, specified in degrees

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 117


Drawing 45
Ob-19 flashing Gutter downside flashing

surface development custom


sheet gauge g = 0,88 mm
mass custom
standard length l = 2500 mm
a - roof slope custom, specified in degrees
g - panel thickness

Drawing 46
Ob-20 flashing C1 starter

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
40 160 0,64
50 170 0,68
60 180 0,72
75 195 0,78
80 200 0,80
100 220 0,88
120 240 0,96
125 245 0,98

surface development panel thickness 140 260 1,04

sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm 150 270 1,08


mass panel thickness 160 280 1,12
standard length l = 2500 mm 180 300 1,20
panel thickness panel thickness
200 320 1,28
220 340 1,36
250 370 1,48

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Drawing 47
Ob-22 flashing Wall flashing for cut panel

surface development s = 230 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,92 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

Drawing 48
Ob-31 flashing IzoRoof panel wind beam, Type I - overhanging

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 320 1,28
80 340 1,36
surface development see chart
100 360 1,44
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass see chart 120 380 1,52
standard length l = 2500 mm 140 400 1,60
g - panel thickness see chart 160 420 1,68

Izopanel | S AN D W I C H PANEL S t e c h n i c a l c a t a l o g u e | 119


Drawing 49
Ob-32 flashing IzoRoof panel wind beam, Type II - non-overhanging

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 325 1,30
80 345 1,38
surface development see chart
100 365 1,46
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass see chart 120 385 1,54
standard length l = 2500 mm 140 405 1,62
g - panel thickness see chart 160 425 1,70

Drawing 50
Ob-33 flashing Eaves masking strip with anti-snow guard rail

surface development s = 400 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 1,60 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

NOTE: Specify roof slope if it is larger than 10%

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Drawing 51
Ob-34 flashing Eaves masking strip

surface development s = 125 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,50 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

NOTE: Specify roof slope if it is larger than 10%

Drawing 52
Ob-35 flashing Panel joint masking strip

surface development s = 250 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 1,00 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

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Drawing 53
Ob-36 flashing Roof ridge masking strip

surface development s = 125 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,50 kg/m
standard length l = 1250 mm

Drawing 54
Ob-37 flashing Closing section

surface development s = 133 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass m = 0,53 kg/m
standard length l = 2500 mm

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Drawing 55
Ob-41 flashing C2 starter

g development x mass
[mm] [mm] [mm] [kg/m]
40 106 26 0,42
60 126 46 0,50
80 146 66 0,58
100 166 86 0,66
120 186 106 0,74
surface development see chart 140 206 126 0,82
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm 160 226 146 0,90
mass see chart
180 246 166 0,98
standard length l = 2500 mm
g - panel thickness see chart 200 266 186 1,06
x see chart 220 286 206 1,14

Drawing 56
Ob-42 flashing Outer masking corner

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
40 350 1,40
60 390 1,56
80 430 1,72
100 470 1,88
surface development see chart 120 510 2,04
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
140 550 2,20
mass see chart
standard length l = 2500 mm 160 590 2,36
g - panel thickness see chart 180 630 2,52
200 670 2,68
220 710 2,84

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Drawing 57
Ob-43 flashing Inner masking corner

surface development 270 mm


sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass 1,08 kg/m
standard length 2500 mm
x x = 80 mm

Drawing 58
Ob-44 flashing Inner skylight flashing

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 165 1,16
80 185 1,30
surface development see chart
100 205 1,44
sheet gauge g = 0,50 mm
mass see chart 120 225 1,58
standard length 2500 mm 140 245 1,73
g - panel thickness see chart 160 265 1,87

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Drawing 59
L-01 fastener EPS roof panel connector

clench at the construction site after connector installation

fastening screw hole

surface development s = 133 mm


sheet gauge g = 1,00 mm
mass m = 0,16 kg / piece
standard length l = 150 mm

Drawing 60
L-02 fastener IzoGold IPR / PUR panel connector

surface development s = 30 mm
sheet gauge g = 1,50 mm
mass m = 0,06 kg / piece
standard length l = 150 mm

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Drawing 61
L-03 fastener Calotte

aluminium sheet neoprene pad

surface development s = 50 mm
sheet gauge g = 1,00 mm
standard length l = 35 mm

Drawing 62
L-04 fastener Z strip

g development mass
[mm] [mm] [kg/m]
60 160 1,13
80 180 1,27
100 200 1,41
surface development see chart
120 220 1,55
sheet gauge g = 0,88 mm
mass see chart 140 240 1,69
standard length l = 2500 mm 160 260 1,83
g - panel thickness see chart 180 280 1,97

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STORAGE, TRANSPORT, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE RULES
Sandwich panels may be easily damaged if handled improperly, on each stage from the production to the installation in a building. Therefore
several basic rules must be followed.

Storage and transport conditions


Packaging
Panels leave the production plant in packets. The amount of panels in a package depends on the type of the panel, its thickness and length.
On request, panels may be delivered in a non-standard packaging, with different amount of panels or different order of panels in a package.
However, transport restrictions must be taken into account, as well as the fact that in certain cases costs of transport might be higher.

Protective film
During production panels are laminated with a protective film on one side or on both sides, depending on the type. It protects the surface of
the lining against damage during production, transport and installation. This is only a temporary solution. If exposed to weather conditions
and sunlight, foil may vulcanise to the metal and as a result it may be impossible to remove the protective film.
That is why it should be removed no later than 1 month from the production date and no later than after 3 weeks of exposure to sunlight.
Date of manufacture is specified on each package of panels delivered to the customer.

Transport of panels
In most cases IZOPANEL delivers panels to a site specified by the customer using special vehicles which guarantee safety of the transport. If
the transport is arranged by the Customer, a few basic principles should be taken into account:
- panels are loaded at the production plant with use of forklift trucks,
- only technically fit vehicles may be used for the transport of sandwich panels,
- loading platform must be flat and clean, without sharp protruding parts,
- open semitrailers, without canvas cover, with minimum width of 250 cm are recommended. It might be difficult to place two packets of
panels side by side on a covered semitrailer (it mainly applies to panels with modular width of 1200 mm),
- it is assumed that a packet of panels may extend beyond the rear edge of the vehicle up to 1.5 m (except MWF panels that may extend only
up to 0.5 m),
- the vehicle must be equipped with ratchet straps, at least 2 pieces per two packages - if loaded in two rows or 2 pieces per packet, in case
of loading in one row. Packets should be secured with ratchet straps placed at least every 3 metres.
- do not place packets with panels on top of other goods.

Unloading
Panels delivered to the construction site may be unloaded with use of a forklift truck or a crane. In both cases packets of panels have to be
properly secured against damage. Place soft pads with proper width (approx. 15-20 cm) on the fork of the forklift truck or install crane sling
securely. While unloading, follow general safety precautions for hoisting equipment operation.

Storage
There are no special requirements for storage of panels before installation if storage period is no longer than one week.
One important thing is to provide an appropriate number of supports and place them on a flat surface to prevent bending or local damage if
the weight of the panels is not distributed evenly on all supports.
In case of storing panels for a longer period, packets should be placed on supports with a proper slope, so that rain water is drained naturally.
It must also be remembered that there is a risk of vulcanisation of foil and metal, as it has been mentioned above. Additionally, panels should
be separated with spacers to ensure free airflow.

Installation
Installation of sandwich panels is relatively simple in comparison with other methods of building walls and roofs, however, it should be
performed by professional personnel, using appropriate equipment.

Structure check
Before installation of panels, supporting structure must be checked in terms of its consistency with the design and allowable tolerances. If
any deviations are found, investors representatives must be notified. Installing panels on a structure which does not meet the requirements
may result in damaging the panels and loss of warranty. Quality of each panel must be checked thoroughly before installation. Any faults and
damages found, should be reported to the manufacturer before installation.

Basic installation tools:


- driver with adjustable torque,
- driver bit for screw over tightening and indenting panel surface,
- cold cutting tool. Angle grinders are not acceptable. Firstly, as a result of heating of lining edges protective paint and zinc coat is damaged
and corrosion centres form. What is more, EPS core may ignite as a result of contact with sparks and fire, later on it may propagate inside
the panel.
- other basic tools, such as meter, level, plate shears, sealant gun,
- suction cup handles would be very useful for handling and installation of panels.

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Installation of wall panels
IZOPANEL sandwich panels have two sides: external and internal. Internal side is marked with a coloured film. Panels must not be installed
reversely. An accidental reverse installation may result in a noticeable difference of wall colour.
Additionally, in relation with the technology of production, external side is always smoother and core adherence to lining is better.
It is recommended that panels are installed in the order in which they are placed in the packet and in the order of packets delivery. This
should reduce the risk of occurrence of differences in the colour of neighbouring panels. Colour uniformity should be checked very frequently,
particularly in case of metallic colours. To carry out such inspection, having removed the protective film, watch the surface of the wall at
different angles from the distance of approximately 25 metres. If there are any differences, notify the manufacturer without delay.
Panels should be fastened to the structure with use of dedicated galvanised or stainless steel screws recommended by the manufacturer.
Use clutch drivers to install the fasteners. Pay special attention to the torque in case of panels with visible fastening system.
In case of panels with concealed joints, IZOPANEL recommends using additional L-02 washers, according to drawing No. 60. Such washers
increase bearing capacity of the joint and reduce the risk of occurrence of indentations in the area around the fastener.
In the past damaging of panel surface was reported. It was caused by tightening screws with excessive torque, without using such washers.
While installing a neighbouring panel, pay attention to press it properly to the previously installed panel, so the width of the gap between
them corresponds to the value specified in the technical drawings. Standard amount and location of fasteners have been specified in the
reference drawing location and amount of fasteners at the end of this part.

Installation of roof panels


While determining the direction of roof panels installation, give consideration to the prevailing wind direction. Wind should blow in the
direction of the lap joints of the roof panels. Installing panels in the opposite direction may increase the risk of rain water leaking to the
interior of the building.

Before installation, check roof rectangularity and position the first panel carefully perpendicularly to the eaves. This way offsets of
joints of the neighbouring panels are eliminated, which facilitates further installation of eaves flashing and gutter.
Remove protective film from the inner side before installing the next panel.
Check linearity of the lower joint before panel installation. Local deformations may hinder assembly of the panels and impair the
appearance of the underside of the roof.
Panels should be fastened with screws recommended by IZOPANEL. The warranty becomes void if the distances between the edges
of the panels and fastening points specified in the drawings are not kept.
Additional screw washers, so called calottes, are recommended for IzoRoof panels. Drawing 61 presents this type of washers. They
reduce the risk of roof leaking.
IZOPANEL offers two solutions for joining roof panels:
- STANDARD version
- TIGHT version
In TIGHT solution we recommend the use of a double sided adhesive butyl seal, applied on entire joint surface between the metal panel
joints and under calotte washers. If assembled correctly, this solution eliminates all leakages if roof slope is more than 3%.
Remove protective film from the panels after installation and no later than 30 days from the manufacture.
Remove all residues and dirt from the assembled surface (in particular filings left after cutting and drilling). Next, check all surfaces and
repair all scratches with a touch-up paint. Standard amount and location of fasteners have been specified in the reference drawing
location and amount of fasteners at the end of this part.

Rotate panel to join

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Panel with left-sided joint Panel with right-sided joint

Minimum longitudinal roof slope for whole panels without Minimum longitudinal roof slope for whole panels without
skylights: 5% skylights: 5%
L (pane
l length
)
50-300
mm

Recommended minimum longitudinal roof slope for joined panels Recommended minimum longitudinal roof slope for joined panels
and roofs with skylights: 7% and roofs with skylights: 7%

Maintenance, inspections and repairs


At least once a year inspect all parts of the structure with installed sandwich panels. Clean all found surface damages and repair
using a touch-up paint to eliminate potential centres of corrosion. If panels are exposed to dirt, clean facades once a year using mild
detergents and pressure cleaners. Inner surfaces may also be washed with mild detergents.

Snow should be removed from roofs with particular care.


Thin outer lining can be damaged easily when scratched by a sharp edge of a snow shovel. Improper footwear can also cause damage.
Use tools with rubber or plastic edges to prevent scratching panels while removing snow, otherwise warranty shall become void.
Potential damage to the metal lining will become a centre of corrosion or a spot through which water may get inside the panel, leak to
the interior or remain within the insulating core, impairing panel properties.
Fastening screws may loosen as a result of impacts.
People performing works on the roof should be properly trained within the scope of work at heights and have all required certificates
allowing to perform such works. People performing works at heights must be secured against fall.
Additionally, people performing works on the roof should wear safety shoes (slip protection), however this footwear should not cause
any damage to the protective layer of the sandwich panels.
Load capacity of sandwich panels is limited, therefore only one worker should stand on each span of the panel.

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Location and amount of fasteners
Most common fastening configurations are presented below. Verify specified values in proper calculations for a given structure.

IzoWall
In normal area, 2 fasteners per panel over each support, 150-250 mm from panel joint

150 150

In normal area, 2 fasteners per panel over each support, 150-250 mm from panel joint and 1 in the middle

L/2 150 150

IzoGold
In normal area, 1 set of fasteners per panel over each support, a set consists of two screws with
EPDM washers and L-02 fastener

In normal area, 2 sets of fasteners per panel over each support, a set consists of two screws with
EPDM washers and L-02 fastener

IzoRoof
In normal area, 2 fasteners per panel over each support

In edge area, 3 fasteners per panel over each support

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Certificates and admittances
IZOPANEL sandwich panels with polyurethane core (PUR), polyisocyanurate core (IPR) and with mineral wool core are manufactured
according to the guidelines of PN-EN 14509:2010 harmonised standard. Products are subject to inspection and test procedures
described in detail in the abovementioned standard. On the grounds of these tests and inspections, products are marked with the CE
mark admitting to trading in the member states of the European Union.
Initial Type Testing determining the properties of the panels, declared herein, have been carried out in cooperation with the following
institutions:
- FIRES
- ITB
Sandwich panels with EPS core are manufactured according to the guidelines included in Technical Approval AT 15-5340:2008.

The manufacturer reserves the right to introduce technical modifications and will not be responsible for misprints

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Head office:
80-298 Gdask, ul. Budowlanych 36
tel. +48 58 340 17 17
fax +48 58 340 17 18
export@izopanel.pl

www.izopanel.eu

We reserve the right to introduce technical modifications. Specifications valid on 12/2012. We shall bear no responsibility for misprints. This catalogue does not constitute an offer according to art. 66
and subsequent articles of the Civil Code.