ROXUL FLATROOF PLUS INSULATION SYSTEM TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

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ROXUL
FLATROOF
PLUS

INSULATION SYSTEM


TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATION


1.

Material

Specification



Insulation

1.1

The roof insulation

board shall be Roxul Hardrock 8
0 roofing board
to provide superior resistance to compression and point load. It
consists of long fine
stone wool
fibres spun from molten natural rock
bonded with thermosetting resin.

1.2

The ro
of insulation shall be non
-
combustible
with superior
thermal
resistance and sound absorption
properties.


1.3

The roof insulation

boards shall
not exert any undesirable str
ess to
the roofing membrane. Therefore, it shall
be dimensionally stable
and
do not shrink more than 1% upon exposure of heat up to 250
o
C
in accordance to ASTM C356
-
03.


1.4

The roof insulation boards shall have melting point of at least
1000
o
C in accordance t
o DIN 4102
-
17.

1.5

The insulation shall bear the approval mark by FM Approvals,
Factory Mutual
, under Class
1
insulated steel deck roof
constructions, Class Number 4450.

1.6

The insulation system shall have no CFCs, HCFs or HCFCs used in
the manufacture of the product.

1.7

The
characteristic of the
insulation shall
be as follows.


Technical Specification

Propert
ies

Performance

Test Method

Thermal c
onductivity

0
.038
W/mK

ASTM
C518

Fire p
erformance

Non
-
combustible, A1


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-
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2.

Installation/ Worksmanship


2.1.

The
roofing
boards are to be
stored and
laid strictly in accordance
with the
Roxul storage and installation guidelines.


2.2.

Roofing boards must be protected from the exposure of rain, water
immersion and chemical contamination at all times during storage
and installation.

2.3.

Installations of the roofing boards are to be
staggered,
butt jointed,
and mechanically fastened
onto the
roof deck.
Using of i
nsulation

off
-
cuts

as

gaps

infill

between roof boards

must

be avoided
.

2.4.

Install only as much insulation as can be covered with roofing
membrane and completed before the end of the day’s work or

before the onset of inclement weather.
Large areas of boards
without any membrane covering
should

be avoided.

2.5.

Adequate temporary protection must be provided above the
installed
roofing boards
where any of the following occur: unloading
or access points, temporary walkways, stockpiles of roofing

materials, waste skips or any other activity that might cause
damage to the insulation.

2.6.

Under no circumstances may the finished roof be used as a working
platform without adequate protection being provided. It is
recommended that either the main contract
or or the roofing
contractor operate a 'permit to work' system for any follow
-
on trades
in areas where the roof installation is complete.

2.7.

Unless the existing roof finish is known to be sound and watertight,
and the type and condition of the surface suitabl
e for mechanical
fixing of Hardrock Roofing Board, all previously applied finishes
and, if necessary, insulation layers should first of all be removed. It
is recommended that the specifier/contractor checks existing levels
to ensure that the falls are corr
ect.