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FischerTHERM

Efficient power saving with the DUO sealant


FischerTHERM

Contents Page

General 35
Product Range 67
Surface Design 8
Thermal Insulation 9
Quality Assurance 9
Noise Insulation 9
Fire Resistance 10
Lightning Protection 10
Sealed Jointing 10
Quality Assessment and Assurance 11
Special Features 12 13
Minimum Roof Pitch 14
Foam-free area, longitudinal lap jointing 14 15
Fasteners 16 19
Details 20 23
Details WL 24 25
Horizontal laying, Jointing 26
Assembly Instructions 27 - 29
References 30 - 35

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We create profile

Fischer Profil GmbH is one of the leading


European manufacturers of pre-assembled
wall, roof and decking components.
Fischer Profil has extensive know-how in
manufacturing and construction technique.
Qualified advice with a customer orientated
service forms an integral part of our company
policy.

The FischerTHERM sandwich panels are also


a part of the manufacturing programme. We
offer a wide variety of FischerTHERM wall and
Production line 1
roof panels:

Wall panels:
FischerTHERM
as a standard panel

FischerTHERM plus
with concealed fasteners

FischerTHERM T
with trapezoidally profiled outer skin

FischerTHERM W
with corrugated outer skin

Roof Panels: Production line 2


FischerTHERM D

Our production line is one of the most modern


in use today. Our computer-controlled line
ensures constant perfection, metre after metre.

FischerTHERM consists of two outer sheets


with a rigid polyurethane foam core, CFC and
HCFC-free.

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FischerTHERM Efficiency and Quality

The outer sheets form a shear-resistant bond FischerTHERM panels have large radii of bend, FischerTHERM WL is a new wall cladding panel
with the rigid polyurethane foam and the wall which is particularly advantageous for coatings with a corrugated outer skin. FischerTHERM DL
panels come in the following designs: of only 25 m. The varying surface designs of roof panels with their broad valley make it easy
L = Lined the FischerTHERM panels together with the to walk over them during mounting. An increa-
S = Beaded choice of colour offer architects planners and sed longitudinal lap with additional grooves
M = Micro-lined users a multitude of external appearances, ack- prevents the penetration of surface water.
K = Combi-lined nowledging the importance of the relationship FischerTHERM DL panels are easy to mount
E = Flat between the aesthetic and the functional. having fine drilling grooves on the crowns and
T = Trapezoidal profile The FischerTHERM LL standard wall panel has a valleys which help prevent the drill from slip-
W = Corrugated Profile cover width of 1100 mm allowing quicker ping and thus help to prevent any possible
mounting and a more favourable use of trans- damage to the plastic coating. FischerTHERM
The pre-fabricated FischerTHERM panels are port space on lorries 2.40 m wide. Optically the DL elements are available up to a max. length
very light, yet at the same time highly rigid, FischerTHERM plus is a particularly elegant wall of 26,5 m.
allowing greater distances between supports cladding element due to its concealed fasten-
and easy on-site handling. The outer-skins take ers (within the element) and optionally its fine FischerTHERM wall and roof panels are light,
up resulting pulling and drawing forces and beading and/or micro-lining of the outer skin. rigid and thermally well-insulated. They are
resist external influences such as the weather, used in industry, trade, commerce and sports
many chemicals, temperature fluctuations and With FischerTHERM plus there is no need for facilities. Contact us if youre looking for
mechanical stress. The rigid polyurethane any additional mounting equipment; ordinary cost-effective construction with pre-fabricated
foam, with a density of approx. 40 kg/m fasteners suffice. The fasteners are visible on panels.
ensures that the outer-skins are kept the connecting profiles. FischerTHERM TL, with its
required distance apart and absorbs the trapezoidally profiled outer-skin, has a special
pulling and drawing forces when the panels visual appearance and greater rigidity.
are subjected to loads.

All FischerTHERM elements are fitted with a


PUR thermal insulation strip and the inner skin
is fitted with an additional EPDM sealing
profile. This means a smaller thermal bridge polyurethane rigid foam
CFC and HCFC-free
and greatest air-tightness, even if jointing steel sheet outer skin*
dimensions are not adhered to during
assembly.

According to application and stress values, dif-


fering coating qualities can be chosen:
Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra
Colorcoat Prisma
Polyester steel sheet outer skin*

*strip-galvanised steel sheet G 275, plastic coated

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FischerTHERM Production line

A
1
19 21

2
4
7 3
2
16 20
5
8

10
9

11

14 4
15 5 1a

3
6 3
7

2
8
5a
13
10
9

18

11 14
12

16
13a

B
17

1 11
Double reel for panel inner skin Flying cut-off die
1a Reel for panel inner skin 12
Dust collectors
2 13
Looping pit Cooling bank
3 13a Cross belt
19 Double reel for panel outer skin
4 14
Lining station Pallet feeder
5 15
Edge forming Short-length saw
5a 16
Surface profiling Automated off-loading
6 Overlap spray station 17 Class I material

7 18
Pre-heating of the sheet Class II material
8 19
oam stage Foil winder
9 20
Foam composition regulator Scissor type jack
10 21
Double panel conveyor Class Ib material store

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FischerTHERM Product Range

Wall cladding panels

FischerTHERM* FischerTHERM T**

65/85
40, 60, 80, 100, 120 65, 85
40-120

40/60
A A 84 116 40

B 1100 B 1000

78/98
60-120

FischerTHERM plus* FischerTHERM W

58/78
60, 80, 100, 120 80, 100 76,9
A A

B 1000 B 1000

Roof panels
70-160

FischerTHERM D
30-120

70, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160 40


A 90 333,3

B 1000

The soft jointsealing strip with the additional EPDM sealing profile (DUO sealant)
guarantee that FischerTHERM roof and wall cladding elements are extremely airtight
and offer good thermal insulation.

A = outerskin B = innerskin
* More possible combinations of surface designs see page 8
** The trapezoidally profiled outer skins can also be supplied in a construction width of 800 mm.

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Tabelle 1: FischerTHERM Product Range

Panel Type sheet thickness t sheet thickness t panel gauge panel length panel weight heat transmis- heat transmis-
outerskin innerskin sion coefficent sion resistant
ta [mm] ti [mm] d [mm] max. L [m] g [kg/m2] U [W/(m2K)] R [m2 K/W]

FischerTHERM
40 0.55 0.50 40 121) 10.4 0.58 1.56
60 0.55 0.50 60 161) 11.2 0.39 2.36
80 0.55 0.50 80 161) 12.0 0.30 3.16
100 0.55 0.50 100 161) 12.8 0.24 3.96
120 0.55 0.50 120 161) 13.4 0.22 4.53
FischerTHERM plus
0.50 12.7
60 0.63 0.632) 60 161) 13.8 0.39 2.36
0.75
2)
14.8
0.50 13.5
80 0.63 0.632) 80 161) 14.6 0.30 3.16
0.75
2)
15.6
0.50 14.3
100 0.63 0.63
2)
100 161) 15.4 0.24 3.96
0.75
2)
16.4
0.50 14.9
120 0.63 0.63
2)
120 161) 16.0 0.22 4.53
0.63
2)
17.0
FischerTHERM T
65 0.55 0.50 65 161) 11.8 0.45 2.05
85 0.55 0.50 85 161) 12.4 0.33 2.85
FischerTHERM W
0.50
13.3
80 0.63 0.63 78
2)
161) 14.4 0.36 2.60
0.752) 15.5
0.50
14.1
100 0.63 0.63 98
2)
161) 15.2 0.28 3.40
0.75
2)
16.3
FischerTHERM D
70 0.55 0.45 70 261) 10.5 0.69 1.28
80 0.55 0.45 80 261) 10.9 0.54 1.68
100 0.55 0.45 100 261) 11.7 0.38 2.48
120 0.55 0.45 120 261) 12.5 0.29 3.28
140 0.55 0.45 140 261) 13.4 0.23 4.08
160 0.55 0.45 160 261) 14.0 0.20 4.88
1)
ecommended max. length 2)
availble on request

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Tabelle 2: Possible combinations of surface designs


Panel Type LL
SL ML KL KE SE LE ME EE EL WL TL

FischerTHERM
40, 60, 80, 100, 120
FischerTHERM plus
60, 80, 100, 120
FischerTHERM T
65, 85
FischerTHERM W
80, 100
FischerTHERM D
70, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160
Note! 1st letter = outside 2nd letter = inside Only COLORCOAT HPS 200 Ultra should be used for the outer skin of the EE and EL combinations.

L = Lined S = Beaded

M = Micro-lined K = Combi-lined

E = Flat T = Trapezoidal profile


wall element T

W = Corrugated profile T = Trapezoidal profile


wall element W roof element D

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FischerTHERM high insulation panels

Thermal Insulation FischerTHERM with a PUR core and diffusion screws, the correction value is less than 3%;
Thermal insulation is important for the tight cover sheets achieves the lowest thermal therefore undisturbed thermal insulation may
following reasons: conductivity of all insulation matreials, which be assumed when calculating the heat transfer
it lessens heat loss through the walls and roof leads to beneficial heat transfer coefficients U coefficient U0. When using steel screws, the 3%
it helps maintain the correct air balance for of less than 0.23 W/(m/K) applicable to all limit is 1 screw per sq.m., as thermal
the building`s occupants types of elements. The thermal retention conductivity of steel is 50 W/mk while that of
it protects the building itself against capacity of FischerTHERM panels is very small. stainless steel is 17 W/mk.
the damaging effects of damp When they are used for buildings which are not
it lessens energy consumption for in constant use, these panels have obvious Quality Assurance
heating and cooling advantages over heavier materials, saving a The rigid polyurethane foam used in
it keeps production and management costs considerable amount of energy. You do not FischerTHERM panels is subject to quality
down. even have to think about humidity protection control and fulfils the requirements of DIN
with FischerTHERM there is simply no need. 18164 (Plastic Foam Acting as Insulating
In accordance with the energy saving decree No moisture is allowed to seep in, or indeed Material for Surface Engineering). FischerTHERM
(En EV 2002), since 1st February 2002 new, out, of the panel thanks to the vapour-tight panels are synonymous with material of
stiffer insulation requirements - particularly surfaces, ensuring long-life insulation. The constant high quality.
pertaining to walls and roofs - have had to be so-called moisture balance calculations which
fulfilled including jointing, which must be are made for other construction materials are Noise Insulation
permanently sealed airtight. Furthermore, the not necessary with FischerTHERM. Sound measurements at the testing room of
requirements of DIN 4108 (Insulation for the North-Rhine Westphalian National Material
Surface Engineering) must also be fulfilled. Consideration of punctual thermal bridges Testing Authority in Dortmund resulted in a
Planners, architects and users must all consider In the area of metallic fasteners for noise insulation value of Rw = 25 dB for
the type or insulation to be used; a type which FischerTHERM sandwich elements, punctual FischerTHERM LL 60 and FischerTHERM plus
insulates well but is also cost effective. Rigid heat losses occur which must be considered sl 60, test certificate numbers 420520493-1 and
polyurethane foam with its diffuson- proof when determining the heat transfer coefficient 420520493-2. In such composite panels the
outer-skins, fulfils these requirements and is U according to the Energy Conservation Code. noise insulation value determined is
the best insulating material on the market. As At RWTH university, Aachen, the effect of approximately the same for all panel types and
regards potential fluctuations in the heat thermal bridges due to metallic fasteners was thicknesses.
conductivity resulting from diffusion, our determined by way of three-dimensional
sheets may be considered as gas diffusion- numeric FEM calculations.
proof, without special proof being given, When FischerTHERM elements are fastened to
provided they are made from metallic material a supporting structure consisting of
of 50m gauge minimum. When the edge-area trapezoidal profiles, thermal insulation of the
is less than 10% of the total panel surface area, polyurethane rigid foam is only slightly
these edges do not need to be covered by the affected. According to DIN EN ISO 6946, no
steel skin. Rigid polyurethane foam does not correction must be made to consider screws as
rot, remains decay and mould free, has no punctual thermal bridges if the overall
smell, and is physiologically safe with standard correction is less than 3% of the U value. For up
applications. The foam is also chemically to 3 stainless steel thread forming or drilling
neutral.

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Fire behaviour Lightning Protection increasing thermal insulation standards, heat


Fire behaviour is divided into Euroclasses A All Fischer construction elements with loss through ventilation makes, relatively seen,
F, according to DIN EN 13501 part 1. In 0.5mm thick outer steel sheets with metallic a significant difference and can even exceed
particular flammability, flame spread and heat coatings can be used as natural components of the transmission heat loss - denoted by the
release are determining factors. Building a conducting device as per DINV ENV 61024-1 U-value - considerably.
materials of classes A2, B, C and D are also (lightning protection of constructional If sandwich elements are to be employed, you
classified in terms of their smoke production systems). The exterior may have a coating should pay particular attention to the a-value.
by s1, s2 or s3, where smoke production thickness of up to 500m. The distance The soft joint-sealing strip with the additional
increases from class s1 to s3. Flaming droplets between the individual metal surfaces may not EPDM sealing profile (DUO sealant) guarantee
according to classes A2, B, C and D are rated be greater than 1 mm, the overlap of the that FischerTHERM roof and wall cladding
using classes d0, d1 or d2. elements over each other must be at least elements are extremely airtight and offer good
a) d0: No flaming droplets/particles 100cm. Metal walls can be used as conductors thermal insulation.
b) d 1: Flaming droplets for a short time/ if the individual elements are joined together Such space-enclosing construction elements
particles by bolts, rivets or by overlapping. A secure generally require a minimum value of a 0.10
c) d
 2: Persistent flaming droplets /particles current-conducting connection to the earthing m/h m(daPa)2/3.
system and to the conducting device, e.g. The roof element was impervious to rainwater
FischerTHERM sandwich elements are space- through the connection between Fischer roof up to a rainwater volume of 3 litres/min. . m
enclosing, thermally insulating components for and wall panels, must be guaranteed. If Fischer and at a wind speed of up to 12 m / second.
outer walls and roofs. Their fire behaviour has construction elements, e.g. FischerTHERM wall- One particular advantage of the registered
been rated in accordance with DIN EN 13501-1 cladding elements are not connected to each utility model male/female jointing of
as B-s3,d0, which is equivalent to the national other in such a way that they will conduct FischerTHERM elements is that the nominal
official identification hardly flammable. In electricity, but if the metal sub-structure is width of the joint need no longer necessarily
addition, the outside of the FischerTHERM DL connected so that it conducts from the be adhered to. Even in the case of the assembly
roof element is resistant to flying sparks and connection to the wall panels to the being not quite exact, a very high degree of
radiant heat in accordance with DIN 4102, part connection to the earthing system without joint sealing is nevertheless provided.
7. FischerTHERM DL elements therefore comply interruption, then this can be used as a In order to prove this, we had further tests
with the criteria placed on hard roofing conductor. performed at the Technical University of
defined in the premium guidelines of the Cottbus in April 2002. A 40 mm thick
Verband der Sachversicherer (Association of Sealed Jointing FischerTHERM wall element with a nominal
Property Insurers). FischerTHERM roof and wall If correct mounting procedures are observed joint width of 8 mm was tested, and, for
elements demonstrably display defensive with regard to the male-female jointing, purposes of comparison, an 11 mm panel, i.e.
behaviour in the event of a fire, i.e., they only FischerTHERM roof and wall panels will remain with a 3 mm wider longitudinal joint compared
burn in the area of direct heat impact from the watertight and airtight. The tightness of the with the nominal joint width. The a-value in the
fire source. They assure building owners that a jointing seals (a-value) is just as significant in case of the 11 mm joint width on a simulation
local fire will not spread across the roof or walls construction elements as the U-value, for of a badly assembled wall was still 0.02 m/(h .
to another part of the building. Also, the foam example. The energy-saving decree (EnEV m . (da Pa) 2/3. Compared with the state of the
will not produce flaming droplets. 2002) requires among other things the art value of a 0.1 m/h . m . (da Pa) 2/3, this
FischerTHERM elements therefore do not minimising of thermal bridges and a greater air means that this value is five times as good.
contribute to maintenance or spread of a fire. tightness of the joints of thermally conducting
surrounding surfaces. Particularly with

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Be sure to choose FischerTHERM elements Quality Control we are entitled to use the symbol. The
with the new DUO sealant. Manufacturing is subject to independent and manufacturer, the basis of the certificate of
internal monitoring required by the building conformity, the licence number and the
When using sandwich elements for cold stores supervision licence. The internal examinations certifying authority can be read from the
with high air humidity, e.g. potato stores, it is during manufacturing and independent symbol on the cards supplied with the bundles.
recommended that the longitudinal joint and examinations by a state material testing
all connections are provided with an additional authority guarantee that the material,
sealing on the outside, in order to take account galvanization, sheet thickness, foam properties
Fischer Profil
of the vapour pressure difference. For roof and dimensional accuracy of the quality GmbH

elements, a sealing tape should be inserted assured composite panels fulfil the set quality
Z-10.4-540
into the outer longitudinal joint overlap. For requirements. The so-called conformity
wall elements, an injectable sealant should be procedure (Z) is required for composite
applied to the outer groove area before joining panels. That means the conformity of the
the tongues and grooves. When sandwich products properties with the relevant
panels are rigidly fastened, the outer sheet is technical specifications, and the presence of
subject to elongation which induces tension effective internal production checking must be
and deformation of the sandwich element as a proven and monitored by a recognised
result of the temperature impacts. This may examining and monitoring authority for
lead to the production of noises in the building supervision. Once the certifying
supporting structure, in particular when it is authority has issued a certificate of conformity,
made from timber.

The soft jointsealing strip with the additional EPDM sealing profile (DUO sealant)
guarantee that FischerTHERM roof and wall cladding elements are extremely airtight
and offer good thermal insulation.

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FischerTHERM Features

Fischer THERM elements are factory-fitted with Large radii of bend for greater security with
1

a soft joint-filling DUO sealant for thermal 25 m coated material.


2 A new kind of joint sealant with soft
insulation. An additional EPDM pincing end- elastic sealing strip plus EPDM sealing profile
sealant ensures extremely tight sealing and for extremely tight sealing while applying
prevents draughts. The seal airtight to a high little pressure. Jointing conductivity
coefficient a on wall element LL40 was,
degree even if the panels are not assembled instead of 8, even with 11 mm wide
correctiy. longitudinal joint < 0.02 m(hm(10PA)n.
State of the art is on a value
of 0.1 m(hm(10PA)n.
In the end lap jointing two cut foam surfaces 3 Aluminium foil on both the male end and on
are joined together. The outer profiled skin of the sealing strip facing the foam core for
the higher element overlaps the lower element long-term prevention of gas escaping from
the PUR cells, thus ensuring good thermal
by 100 to 300 mm as desired. With end lap insulation.
jointing it is particularly important that 4 Concealed fasteners for appealing cladding.
5 Grooving or microlining of the outer skin for
sufficient thermal insulation and air tightness
appealing, typical appearance.
are provided at the building site by applying 6 Fine drill grooves to assist clean placement of
sealing strips to the foam surfaces. Sealing the fastening elements.
7 Load distributor
strips must also be used to provide sufficient
8 EPDM sealing profile for extremely airtight
water tightness in the overlapping region of sealing.
the outer profiled skins. 9 Continuous sealing strip as thermal insulation
10 Extra profiling for protection against heavy
rainfall.
Forming a damage-free end lap joint requires 11 Rigid polyurethane foam, CFC and
not only the correct choice of sealing materials HCFC-free. Not harmful to the
but above all very careful expert application. environment and no damage to the
ozone layer.
For end lap jointing and for openings, as the
problems are the same in both cases we
recommend a roof pitch of 7 (approx. 12.3 %).

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FischerTHERM LL 40, 60, 80, 100, 120 FischerTHERM TL 65, 85

FischerTHERM plus SL 60, 80, 100, 120 FischerTHERM WL 80, 100

FischerTHERM plus SL 60, 80, 100, 120 with load distributor FischerTHERM DL 70, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160

FischerTHERM plus 60, 80, 100, 120

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FischerTHERM Roof Pitch

Minimum Roof Pitch for


FischerTHERM DL Roof Panels

For roofs without end lap jointing 5 (8,8 %)


We recommend an additional sealing strip in the longitudinal joint for roofs without end lap jointing 7

For roofs with end lap jointing or roof apertures 7 (12,3 %)


We recommend an additional sealing strip in the longitudinal joint for roofs with end lap jointing 10

FischerTHERM - End Lap

FischerTHERM DL elements can be supplied Please note the 2 different types of panels
with a foam-free area between 100 mm and which come with the foam-free area:
300 mm at the end of the panel in order to pro-
duce a clean end lap on the roof or leave eaves R = Right
free from both physical and optical obstruc- L = Left
tions.
If the trapezoidal lap profile can be seen from
Internal bonding of the rigid polyurethane the left side, looling from the eaves outward,
foam and the steel sheet is prevented through then panel (L) should be ordered, if not, then
the application of a special separating agent. panel (R) is needed.

The foam-free area can be manufactured in


widths of between 100mm and 300 mm in
steps of 50 mm.

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FischerTHERM Fasteners

Fasteners
Structure Wall panels

FischerTHERM FischerTHERM plus FischerTHERM TL FischerTHERM WL

40 60 80 100 120 60 80 100 120 65 85 80 100

Non-rusting steel screws

Steel and JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3- JZ3-
reinforced 6,3x64 6,3x80 6,3x100 6,3x115 6,3x135 6,3x64 6,3x80 6,3x100 6,3x115 6,3x64 6,3x80 6,3x80 6,3x100
concrete -E 16 -E 16 -E 16 -E 16 -E 16 -E 19* -E 19* -E 19* -E 19* -E 16 -E 16 -E 14/3 -E 14/3
2mm (Valley) (Valley) (Valley) (Valley)

Timber JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3- JA3-
6,5x115 6,5x125 6,5x150 6,5x175 6,5x200 6,5x115 6,5x125 6,5x150 6,5x175 6,5x115 6,5x125 6,5x125 6,5x150
-E 16 -E 16 -E 16 -E 16 -E 16 -E 19* -E 19* -E 19* -E 19* -E 16 -E 16 -E 14/3 -E 14/3
(Valley) (Valley) (Valley) (Valley)

Joint and cover JA3- JA3- JA3-


profile region 6,5x45 6,5x45 6,5x64
-E 16 -E 16 -E 16

Flashings JT3-3H-5,5 x 25-E16 self-drilling screw


or
AI/E 4,8 x 8,3 blind rivet (clamping range 0,8-3,2 mm), max. sep. 500 mm (shell Al, drift stainless steel)
* If load distributors are also used for fastening, an E16 washer must also be used.
Only those fasteners meeting IFBS Z 14.4 407 approval may be used.
See brochure Flashings and Accessories

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Fasteners

Roof panels

Structure
FischerTHERM DL

70 80 100 120 140 160
Non-rusting steel screws

Steel and JZ3-6,3 x 64 JZ3-6,3 x 64 JZ3-6,3 x 80 JZ3-6,3 x 100 JZ3-6,3 x 115 JZ3-6,3 x 135
reinforced -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22
concrete (Valley) (Valley) (Valley) (Valley) (Valley) (Valley)
2mm JZ3-6,3 x 90 JZ3-6,3 x 100 JZ3-6,3 x 125 JZ3-6,3 x 150 JZ3-6,3 x 175 JZ3-6,3 x 200
-E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22
(crown) (crown) (crown) (crown) (crown) (crown)

JA3-6,5 x 150 JA3-6,5 x 150 JA3-6,5 x 175 JA3-6,5 x 200 JA3-6,5 x 230 JA3-6,5 x 230
Timber
-E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22 -E 22
fix fix fix fix fix fix
throught throught throught throught throught throught
the crown the crown the crown the crown the crown the crown
only only only only only only

Longitudinal JT3-2H- JT3-2H- JT3-2H- JT3-2H- JT3-2H- JT3-2H-


jointing 5,5 x 25 5,5 x 25 5,5 x 25 5,5 x 25 5,5 x 25 5,5 x 25
-E 19/2 -E 19/2 -E 19/2 -E 19/2 -E 19/2 -E 19/2
(Max. sep.. (Max. sep.. (Max. sep.. (Max. sep. (Max. sep. (Max. sep.
500 mm) 500 mm) 500 mm) 500 mm) 500 mm) 500 mm)

Flashings JT3-3H-5,5 x 25-E16 self-drilling screw


or
AI/E 4,8 x 8,3 blind rivet (clamping range 0,8-3,2 mm), max. sep. 500 mm (shell Al, drift stainless steel)

Only those fasteners meeting IFBS Z 14.4 407 approval may be used.
See brochure Flashings and Accessories

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Permissible drawing values zul. F (kN) of fasteners depending on the sheet thickness of the outer skin.

Sheet thickness outer skin


Element type ta = 0,55 mm ta = 0,63 mm
1 2 1 2

LL 40 0.90 1.25
LL 60 0.90 1.25
LL 80 0.90 1.25
LL 100 0.90 1.25
LL 120 0.90 1.25

TL 65/85 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50
WL 80/100 1.40 1.50

DL 70 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50

DL 80 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50

DL 100 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50

DL 120 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50

DL 140 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50

DL 160 0.90 1.25 1.40 1.50

1 2 1 Steel structure t 2.00 mm, screw type: EJOT JZ3 - 6,3 x L-E16
2 Timber structure, screw type: EJOT JA3 - 6,5 x L-E16

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FischerTHERM plus, without load distributors


Permissible drawing values zul. F (kN) of fasteners depending on the number of screws.
tN1/tN2 0,55 mm / 0,55 mm or tN1/tN2 0,63 mm / 0,50 mm

Support Fastening ermissible values NRd [kN]


Sandwichelement with foam system
FTS 01, FTS 02, FTS 03 FTS 04
Intermediate 1 screw 2,60 2,60
60, 80 100, 120

support
2 screw 3,27 3,27
End 1 screw 1,46 1,33
support
2 screw 1,58 1,44
EJOT JZ3-6,3 x L - E19
Distance between 2 screws 40 mm.
Distance of screws from edge of panel in end support
with 1 screw 70 mm with 2 screws 50 mm

The values stated in the table are to be seen exclusively as permissible drawing forces
with regard to composite panels.
The transfer of the drawing forces to the substructure must be calculated separately.

FischerTHERM plus, with load distributors


Permissible drawing values zul. F (kN) of fasteners depending on the number of screws.
tN1/tN2 0,55 mm / 0,55 mm or tN1/tN2 0,63 mm / 0,50 mm

Support Fastening ermissible values NRd [kN]


Sandwichelement with foam system
FTS 01, FTS 02, FTS 03 FTS 04
Intermediate 1 screw 8,00 8,00
support
2 screw 8,43 8,43
End 1 screw 2,81 2,56
support
2 screw 3,59 3,26
60, 80, 100, 120

Screws: EJOT JZ3-6,3 x L - E16


Distance between 2 screws 40 mm.
Distance of screwfrom edge of panel in end support 80 mm.
Load distributors made from 1.5 mm steel sheet.
Alloy galvanizing AZ 185 (DIN EN 10215), S = 320 N/mm

The values stated in the table are to be seen exclusively as permissible drawing forces
with regard to composite panels.
The transfer of the drawing forces to the substructure must be calculated separately.

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FischerTHERM Details

The depicted details non-binding solution Verge Flashing (Attica) Verge Flashing (Attica)
suggestions and have been designed in such a
way as to fulfil the following requirements as
far as possible, As airtight as possible,Rain-
proof, Pleasing to the eye, Durable, Simple to
assemble, Inexpensive.
The German regulation for energy saving in
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on
thermal bridges must be considered when
calculating the U value.

1 Verge capping
2 Verge flashing support
3 Special profile
4 Polystyrene board 20 mm thick
5 Self-sealing screw 6.5 x 19 E 22
6 Self-sealing screw 6.5 x 40 E 16
7 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3
8 FischerTHERM
9 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 16
10 FischerTHERM DL
Internal / Concealed Guttering Industrial Guttering
11 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22
12 Purlin Fischer/Metsec
13 Rail Fischer/Metsec
14 Angle section
15 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16
16 Special flashing
17 Special guttering profile
18 Gutter heating
19 Thermal insulation (gutter)
20 Special guttering profile
21 Gutter flashing
22 Permanently elastic strip sealant
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
23 Self-sealing screw 6.5 x 19 E 16
24 Roof sealant
25 Thermal insulation (roof )
26 Vapour seal
27 Edge flashing
28 Fischer trapezoidal profile
29 Hilti powder actuated fastener
ENP2 21 L15
30 End flashing
31 Guttering
32 Guttering support
33 hard-fibre strip between guttering profiles
34 Guttering purlin Fischer/Metsec
35 Spacer Fischer/Metsec
36 Snow-stopper profile
37 Bracket for snow-stopper profile

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Gable Verge Mono-ridge The depicted details non-binding solution


suggestions and have been designed in such a
way as to fulfil the following requirements as
far as possible, As airtight as possible,Rain-
proof, Pleasing to the eye, Durable, Simple to
assemble, Inexpensive.
The German regulation for energy saving in
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on
thermal bridges must be considered when
calculating the U value.

a) Alternatively:
1 Edge flashing
Cant the valley of the profile 2 Self-sealing screw 6.5 x 19 E 22
on the outer skin. 3 Z-profile
Then one filler on each side
of the roof is sufficient. 4 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3
5 FischerTHERM
6 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 16
7 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16
8 Permanently elastic strip sealant
Valley Guttering Ridge
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
9 FischerTHERM DL
10 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22
11 Purlin
12 Rail
13 Angle section
14 Angle section
15 Gutter flashing
16 Special guttering profile
17 Gutter heating
18 Thermal insulation (gutter)
19 Special guttering profile
20 Permanently elastic strip sealant
a) Alternatively: single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
Cant the valley of the profile
on the outer skin. 21 Ridge capping for mono-pitch roof
Then one filler on each side 22 Toothed flashing
of the roof is sufficient.
23 Profile filler strips
24 Ridge profile
25 Ridge profile interior
26 Filler PUR-M (moisten element edges)
27 Tie bolt
28 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22

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FischerTHERM Details

The depicted details non-binding solution Horizontal Flashing Head and Foot Flashings for windows
suggestions and have been designed in such a
way as to fulfil the following requirements as
far as possible, As airtight as possible,Rain-
proof, Pleasing to the eye, Durable, Simple to
assemble, Inexpensive.
The German regulation for energy saving in
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on
thermal bridges must be considered when
calculating the U value.

1 FischerTHERM
2 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 16
3 Mounting support angle
4 Drip flashing
5 Rail
6 Angle section
7 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16
8 Permanently elastic strip sealant
Sill Flashing Jamb Flashings for windows, side
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
9 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3
10 Angle
11 Window sill (not supplied)
12 Window (not supplied)
13 Closed jamb flashing

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External and Internal Corners External and Internal Corners The depicted details non-binding solution
suggestions and have been designed in such a
way as to fulfil the following requirements as
far as possible, As airtight as possible,Rain-
proof, Pleasing to the eye, Durable, Simple to
assemble, Inexpensive.
The German regulation for energy saving in
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on
thermal bridges must be considered when
calculating the U value.

1 FischerTHERM
2 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 16
3 External corner flashing
4 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3
5 Internal corner flashing
6 Rail
7 Angle section
8 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16
Skylight Connectors, Skylight Connectors,
9 Flat metal strip, welding on building site
lengthways to the roof element transversally to the roof element 10 FischerTHERM DL
11 Connecting profile, special flashing
12 Z-profile
13 Skylight frame, self-supporting, not
supplied
14 Thermal insulation
15 Skylight
16 Purlin
17 Angle section
18 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22
19 Self-sealing screw 6.5 x 19 E 22
20 Permanently elastic strip sealant
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
21 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22
22 Connecting profile, special flashing
23 Toothed flashing
24 Skylight frame, self-supporting, not
supplied
25 Filler PUR-M (moisten element edges)
26 Filler

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FischerTHERM WL Details

The depicted details non-binding solution Gable Verge Industrial Guttering


suggestions and have been designed in such a
way as to fulfil the following requirements as
far as possible, As airtight as possible,Rain-
proof, Pleasing to the eye, Durable, Simple to
assemble, Inexpensive.
The German regulation for energy saving in
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on
thermal bridges must be considered when
calculating the U value.

1 FischerTHERM DL
2 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22
3 Self-sealing screw 6.5 x 19 E 22
4 Permanently elastic strip sealant
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
5 Z-profile
6 Edge flashing
7 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x L E 14/3,
edge and eaves profile a 1.0 m
8 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3
Mono-ridge Sill Flashing
9 FischerTHERM WL
10 Internal corner profile, t = 1.00 mm
11 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3, a = 333 mm
12 Purlin
13 Angle section
14 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16 a) Alternatively:
15 Ridge capping for mono-pitch roof Cant the valley of the profile
on the outer skin.
16 Toothed flashing Then one filler on each side
17 Filler of the roof is sufficient.
18 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x ... E 22
19 Ridge profile as per stress analysis
20 End flashing
21 Permanently elastic strip sealant
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
22 Gutter flashing
23 Guttering
24 Special guttering profile
25 Hard fibre strip between guttering profiles
26 Eaves profile as per stress analysis
27 Permanently elastic strip sealant
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
28 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3
29 Mounting support angle
30 Drip flashing
31 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x L E 14/3
on substructure angle, a 1.0 m

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Exterior Corner Head and Foot Flashings for windows The depicted details non-binding solution
suggestions and have been designed in such a
way as to fulfil the following requirements as
far as possible, As airtight as possible,Rain-
proof, Pleasing to the eye, Durable, Simple to
assemble, Inexpensive.
The German regulation for energy saving in
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on
thermal bridges must be considered when
calculating the U value.

1 FischerTHERM WL
2 Exterior corner profile
3 Self-sealing screw 6.3 x L E 14/3, a 1 m
4 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3 in every fifth crown
of corrugation
5 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16
6 Permanently elastic sealant illseal NO only
on the longitudinal lap of the element
Exterior Corner Jamb Flashings for windows, side
7 Angle as support
8 Flat metal strip as support
9 Blind rivet 4.8 dia. x 8.3, a 0.5 m
10 Mounting support angle
11 Drip flashing
12 Permanently elastic strip sealant
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 4
13 Permanently elastic precompressed strip
sealant single-sided self-adhesive,
illmod SFI 30 x 6 16
14 Window sill (not supplied)
15 Window (not supplied)
16 Closed jamb flashing
17 Side corner connection flashing
18 Rail
19 Angle

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FischerTHERM Horizontal laying

The German regulation for energy saving in Jointing, SL60/ML60 plus Jointing, SL80/ML80 plus
buildings and building system (EnEV) states
that the impacts of connection details on ther-
mal bridges must be considered when calcula-
ting the U value.

Jointing, SL100/ML100 plus Jointing, WL 80 Jointing, WL100

1 FischerTHERM plus 12 aluminium decking profile type 2


2 aluminium pilaster strip type 2 13 FischerTHERM WL
3 aluminium decking profile type 1 14 self-sealing screw 6.3 x 80-E14/3
4 support profile 1.5 mm thick (Aluzinc) type 1 15 support profile 1.5 mm thick (Aluzinc) type 2
5 self-sealing screw 6.5 x 45 - E 16, a 1.0 m 16 blind rivet AI/E 4.8 x 8.3 a 1.0 m
6 self-sealing screw 6.3 x 45 - E 19 17 flat steel bar with rigid foam filling
7 self-sealing screw 6.3 x L - E 16, a 1.0 m 18 self-sealing screw 6.3 x 100-E14/3
8 2K sealing 19 aluminium pilaster strip 3.00 mm thick
9 permanently elastic sealing strip, 20 self-sealing screw 6.5 x 64 - E 16, a 1.0 m
single-sided self-adhesive, illac 20 x 2 21 support profile 1.5 m thick (Aluzinc) type 2
10 self-sealing screw 6.3 x 80-E 19 22 self-sealing screw 6.3 x 100 - E 19
11 aluminium pilaster strip type 1

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FischerTHERM Assembly Instructions

Delivery little on top but ensuring that the wind cannot Air-tightness
Upon delivery the load must be checked for blow it off (Fig. 4). During installation, it should be ensured that
missing items as well as goods which have all connections such as roof/wall, wall/wall or
been damaged in transit. Fischer must be Water must not be allowed to collect between connections at openings or rows of windows
advised of problems straight away. the panels, since this can cause corrosion. are sealed so that they are permanently air
tight according to the state of the art. Depen-
Off Loading Protective Film ding on the application, compressible, open-
The pallets should be off-loaded on site with a The protective film put on the panels at the cell polyurethane tape, PVC tape, plastic or ela-
suitable fork-lift, using strapping, not cables. factory should be removed immediately after stic sealant or aluminium tape laminated with
Special tie-bars should be used with packs over mounting and certainly no later than four butyl rubber may be used. For larger apertures,
10 m long. Pallets under 6 m may be off-loaded weeks thereafter. suitable PUR foam may also be used.
with a stacker truck. For proper fastening of sandwich elements, the
Place edge protecting angles on top of the Cutting to Size fasteners should be tightened until the seal
bundles or wooden spacers between the belts Panels should be cut to size with a suitable underneath the screw head is lightly deformed.
or ropes (Fig. 1). compass saw or circular hand saw. The sawing This brings about a slight bulging of the top
blade should have extra-fine teeth and should cover sheet of the sandwich element. Such
Care must be taken not to bend the bundles cut the material cold, so that the panel surface light deformations in the top cover sheet of
too much and they should be stacked in the is not damaged (Fig. 5). sandwich elements which arise from the
order they will be needed. Do not stack more method of fastening are not defects.
than two wooden pallets on top of each other Touch Ups The next FischerTHERM plus element is pushed
(Fig. 2) Minor damage to COLORCOAT HPS 200 Ultra or with its tongue across the sealing screw into
polyester coatings resulting from installation the groove of the element which has already
Storage should be repaired using a fine hair brush and been installed, so that a joint gap of approx. 8
The bundles should not be stored on the air-drying repair lacquer on as small an area as mm is achieved on the outside. Any drilling
warehouse floor, but rather on storage blocks possible. For wall elements, flaws should only chips should be immediately removed from
rising at one end (Fig. 3). be repaired if they extend down to the base horizontal surfaces so as to avoid the formation
material as the touch-up lacquer will stand out of rust. A correctly installed wall must form a
The bundles should be protected against direct from the coil coating over time as a result of straight line at the lower edge of the elements.
sunlight, water and dirt, preferably with a ageing. Touch-up lacquer may be purchased
tarpaulin. Condensation can be avoided with from Fischer Profil.
sufficient aeration, leaving the cover open a

Fig. 1 and 2 Fig. 3 and 4 Fig. 5

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Mounting your Fischer male-female jointing is not to be used as a The FischerTHERM WL wall cladding element
FischerTHERM Wall Panels hand-grip (Fig. 6). has an exterior hairline joint with no joint
During mounting, local accident prevention width.
regulations and the Guidelines for the The wall panels are raised behind the
Assembly of Profiled Panels for Roof, Wall and framewith a crane and then positioned. The wall panels should be exactly
Decking Construction by the IFBS must be Manual assembly is also common, where the perpendicular, drilled and then fixed to the rails
observed. panels are manhandled onto the frame and with self-sealing screws.
then brought vertical with ropes (Fig. 7).
First of all, check the frame-structure for Electric screwdrivers with travel and torque
surface flatness and ensure that perpendicular If the wall panels are to be laid horizontally, then controls should be used. Care must be taken
elements are indeed perpendicular. Order both ends should be secured with screw clamps. that the outer-skin remains free from
inconsistencies are to be reported to Fischer The outer-skin must also be protected against indentations during driving. Tighten the self-
and suppementary orders to be placed, or such clamps with smooth spacers. sealing screw so that the washer is compressed
modifications to be made, if necessary. to form a seal. FischerTHERM plus panels must
The protective film used on polyester coated be fixed using the drill groove provided.
FischerTHERM wall panels are normally wall panels must be loosened at the top, the
mounted vertically, but they can also be placed bottom and round the sealing screws. Then, the next FischerTHERM plus panel, male
horizontally. Before mounting, the panel`s compinent first, is pushed over the sealing
cover width is to be marked on the frame- There should be approx. 5 mm between the screw of the last panel and into the female
structure, and single-sided self-adhesive bottom of the panel and the sill flashing. The part, also leaving a joint spacing of 8 mm outer.
sealing-strips should be stuck to the panel is then inserted into the female part of
framestructure, as per the laying plan. the already mounted panel and compressed, Drilling swarf must be cleared from horizontal
leaving a joint spacing of approx. 8 mm outer surfaces so as to avoid rust marks. A correctly
FischerTHERM panels should be handled with (Fig. 8). mounted wall should have a perfectly straight
great care, so as not to damage the plastic running edge with no blade marks. Where long
coating. The panels must be carried up-end and short FischerTHERM panels are to be
avoiding bending and the female part of the mounted above one another, for example

Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Fig. 8

outer

inner

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round a window frame, the longer panels They should be laid AGAINST the main wind Initially, the roof panels should be fixed
should be fixed first, taking care to compress direction. longitudinally; and they are to be secured
the male-female jointing correctly. The shorter completely at the end of each working day.
panels should then be mounted forming a Before starting to mount the panels, one of the
single line with the height of the longer panels. said panels should be laid next to the bundle, For end lap jointing two sealing strips should
giving a platform from which to work. This be applied to the lower panel (Fig. 10).
Mounting your Fischer platform must also be temporarily fixed with
FischerTHERM DL Roof Panels screw clamps. From this platform, the first A permanently elastic precompressed sealing
A crane should be used to lay the panel- panel to be mounted can be measured up and strip should be used between the two foam
bundles on the purlins or girders of the roof correctly positioned (Fig. 9). areas in the end-lap area in order to achieve
structure. Arrange the pallets with an even thermal insulation and air tightness (see detail
load-distribution over the roof structure, The next panel with a longitudinal foam-free page 12).
preferably near columns or girders. The pallets area is brought up to the end rib of the
must be prevented from sliding on inclined pevious panel, thus giving the lonitudinal lap. The roof panels should be fixed with self-
roof structures, and bundles which are already The distance between the joints should be sealing screws; the longitudinal joints being
open must be protected against gusts of wind. approx. 8 mm (Fig. 9). fixed with self-drilling screws at a maximum of
When sorting the bundles, thought should be 500 mm apart. Drilling swarf must be cleared
given to the laying direction of the In the case of horizontal assembly, some away immediately, leaving nothing which
FischerTHERM DL roof elements. elements are first laid out in the region of the could ultimately damage the anti-corrosion
eaves and then the ridge so that they overlap properties of the panel coating.
Laying the panels with the help of a crane is (Fig. 10).
particularly attractive, from an economic and Tolerance
labour-saving point of view. The panels must Before this, the vertical edge of the metal sheet All structural elements subject to certain
not, however, be subjected to large surface must be cut with plate shears where the PUR manufacturing tolerances. The shown
deflections during such crane manoeuvres. The rigid foam begins. Then the sheet is bent sandwich panels subject to DIN EN 14509.
working-direction should be taken into upwards to a horizontal position using broad
account when laying the bundles on the frame. crimping pliers (Fig. 10, 1. and 2.).

Fig. 9 Fig. 10
t
en
lem
5. E
t
en
lem
3. E
t
en

t
lem

en

ent
lem
1. E

lem
2. E

4. E

Mounting di
rection

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Protec GmbH, Haslach
Colour:

25 m RAL 9006

FischerTHERM WL

FischerTHERM DL

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C+C Grossmarkt, Gronau


Colour:

25 m RAL 9006

FischerTHERM WL

FischerTHERM plus

1000

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Sporthalle, Burg Stargat


Colour:

25 m RAL 1015, 9002, 9010

FischerTHERM plus

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InterCard, Bad Drrheim


Colour:
25 m RAL 3000, 9006

FischerTHERM plus

1000

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Gewerbebau Nord,
Rotenburg/Wmme
Colour:

25 m RAL 9007, 3000, 9006

FischerTHERM WL

FischerTHERM plus

1000

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OHB-System AG, Bremen


Colour:

PulverColour RAL 7021


25 m RAL 9010

FischerTHERM WL

FischerTHERM plus

1000

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and belief that it is accurate.
Tata steel and its subsidiaries does not accept
responsibility or liability for errors or information
which is found to be misleading.
Reproduction is prohibited.

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A Tata Steel Enterprise

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