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CLADDING ROLL High performance industrial insulation

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CLADDING ROLL ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll is a lightweight, flexible mat which delivers a combination of thermal insulation, fire resistance, and acoustic absorption. Cladding Roll has been specifically developed for use as an economical solution for projects that require dimensionally stable, consistent performance within lightweight cladding in commercial and industrial framed buildings.

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CLADDING ROLL Water repellent Chemically inert Outstanding thermal insulation Effective acoustic properties Available in a range of thicknesses, ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll is specifically developed to suit the needs of both commercial and industrial builds. A high-quality stone wool insulation, ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll also offers essential fire protection and has been shown to achieve 4 hours integrity, 4 hours stability and 17 minutes insulation when tested in a typical twin-skin wall system. ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll is principally designed for use in lightweight cladding applications in...

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CLADDING ROLL Performance Fire classification ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll (unfaced and aluminium faced) achieves a reaction to fire classification of A1 as defined in BS EN 13501-1. Fire performance A typical metal twin-skin wall incorporating ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll has been fire tested and shown to comply with BS 476: Part 22 as a fire rated wall one metre or more from a relevant boundary. The over sheeting rail system achieved 4 hours integrity, 4 hours stability and 17 minutes insulation (Warres No. 42624 + WF153726). Alternative fire wall designs have been tested by cladding systems...

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U-values Part L U-value requirements for external clad walls in non-domestic buildings: Extensions: England 0.28; Wales 0.21 Renovation & repair: 0.30 (E & W) New build: Approx. 0.26 (E & W) pending build type and design. Part L U-value requirements for clad roofs in non-domestic buildings: Extensions: England 0.18; Wales 0.15 Renovation & repair: 0.18 (E & W) New build: Approx. 0.18 (E & W) pending build type and design The U-Values shown in the tables below are based on euroclad elite systems using ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll (thermal conductivity 0.040 W/mK) Cladding systems require a complex...

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CLADDING ROLL Thermal bridging and air leakage Improving the u-value of the main building fabric without adding the thermal bridging is no longer an option. Approved Document L, requires that the building fabric should be constructed so that there are no significant thermal bridges or gaps in the insulation layer, particularly at joints between elements and at the edges of elements, such as those around window and door openings. Linear thermal transmission losses, known as psi values are found at junctions between elements such as floors, walls and corners. Thermal point losses, known as...

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CLADDING ROLL Technical information Standards and approvals ROCKWOOL Cladding Roll complies with BS EN 13162:2012+A1:2015. Factory made mineral wool (MW) products specification. Trade associations ROCKWOOL LTD is an associate member of the Metal Cladding and Roofing Association (MCRMA) which seeks to foster and develop a better understanding amongst specifiers and end users alike of the most effective use of metal building products, components and systems. For more information about MCRMA visit www.mcrma.co.uk Dimensions Plain faced: 1200mm wide. Foil faced: 1000mm wide. Standard thickness...

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Fire resistance Acoustic comfort Sustainable materials Durability As an environmentally conscious company, ROCKWOOL promotes the sustainable production and use of insulation and is committed to a continuous process of environmental improvement. All ROCKWOOL products provide outstanding thermal protection as well as four added benefits: Health & Safety The safety of ROCKWOOL stone wool is confirmed by current UK and Republic of Ireland health & safety regulations and EU directive 97/69/EC:ROCKWOOL fibres are not classified as a possible human carcinogen. A Material Safety Data Sheet is...

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The ROCKWOOL Trademark ROCKWOOL® - our trademark The ROCKWOOL trademark was initially registered in Denmark as a logo mark back in 1936. In 1937, it was accompanied with a word mark registration; a registration which is now extended to more than 60 countries around the word. The ROCKWOOL trademark is one of the largest assets in the ROCKWOOL Group, and thus well protected and defended by us throughout the world. If you require permission to use the ROCKWOOL logo for your business, advertising or promotion. You must apply for a Trade Mark Usage Agreement. To apply, write to:...

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September 2018 ROCKWOOL Limited Pencoed Bridgend CF35 6NY

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