Grooved Insulation Board EPS Water | Aluminium | 1200 x 600x 20mm | 15cm Gap | 400Kpa
100 in stock
THE LOW DEPTH SOLUTION FOR INSTALLATION OF A UFH WATER SYSTEM ONTO AN EXISTING FLOOR
Floating Floor System suitable for both domestic and commercial applications. The board thickness is 20mm and you simply lay the panels onto your existing screed/floor boards, install the pipe and cover with a interlocking plywood or chipboard floor or Self level or screed For tile fittings.
High 400 Compression Strength Unlike The 100’s seen elsewhere means You can lay wooden floor directly over the top eliminating the need to screed over the top
High Grade 100micron aluminium Allows the heat to spread evenly and quickly saving time and money.
1200 x 1600 x 20mm Panel – 4 grooves at 150mm centres, 400 Compression Strength
200mm Pipe Centres — Ideally suited to standard floor heating applications – Internal rooms insulated to current building standards and supplied from standard boilers.
Ideally suited to existing floors where screed is already laid and a low height water system is required – Our grooved foil covered insulation panels are of a unique design and provide many advantages over other insulation products when used with 16mm polythene pipe underfloor heating systems.
Effectively four products in one, these Insulation Panels comprise a rigid thermal insulation material with radiused grooves at 150mm spacings positioned in the upper surface. The upper surface has a metallized foil bonded to it, following into the grooves, which acts as a radiant surface improving heat transfer and reducing system start up times.
The grooves in the insulation securely retain 16/15mmmm Pex-Al-Pex pipe in the correct position, eliminating the need for supplementary fixings.
PANEL SIZE: Length- 1200, Width- 600, Depth- Optional from 20 mm (Each panel = .72m²)
CONSTRUCTION: Expanded Polystyrene – Grade EPS400
1 Board – 1.44m2
1 Board – 1.44m2
|Density - Kg/m3||
38 ~ 40
|Thermal Conductivity, 90 days, 10 Degree||
0.027 ~ 0.03
|Compressive Strength at 10% deflection o||
|Tensile Strength - kPa||
|Coefficient of linear thermal expansion||
|Temperature limits - Celsius||