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|Main material||Stone Wool|
[Product by ROCKWOOL France S.A.S. Please check availability in your country]
WALL COMPOSITION from inside to outside :
- Concrete block wall : 200 mm
- Glue for wedging
- ECOROCK DUO (with 5 dowels per m²)
- Thin coating <5mm
ECOROCK DUO is an uncoated, dual density stone wool insulation board comprising a robust outer surface, desinged for façades insulation under coating.
ECOROCK DUO is non-combustible; consequently it does not contribute to the development of the fire (Euroclass A1).
The use of an non-combustible stone wool insulation allows compliance with the requirements of technical instruction IT no. 249.
The ECOROCK DUO procedure for external insulation under coating is perfectly suited to the fire regulations for high buildings (IGH), buildings open to the public (ERP) and housing of all categories.
Stone wool insulation double-density board.
Thermal conductivity (ACERMI) = 0,035 W/m.K
Two layers density : 70 and 120 kg/m3
|Uniclass 1.4 Code||L681|
|Uniclass 1.4 Description||Proofings, insulation|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code||PR-55-47-52|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description||Mineral Wool Insulation|
|NBS Reference Code||55-47-52|
|NBS Reference Description||Mineral Wool Insulation|
This product is available in:
Côte d'Ivoire Algeria Western Sahara Libya Morocco Mauritania Senegal Tunisia South Africa