TECHNICAL HANDBOOK

INTRODUCTION This Handbook contains technical information in relation to FAQs by customers. It is easy to consult and includes a large amount of data for the correct use of products here included and manufactured by Isopan S.p.A. by designers and builders. The technical information in the Handbook is derived from the technical know-how and experience of Isopan S.p.A. over 30 years of manufacturing insulating monolithic panels in compliance with all statutory requirements. The company may amend, add to , or update the contents of the Handbook at any time, without notice.

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Sandwich Panels

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General Conditions of Sale: Aippeg Regulations

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Construction Details

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4 A4.1 A2.1 A4.5 A3.3 A2.SANDWICH PANELS INTRODUCTION Thermo-insulating polyurethane panels Mineral wool insulating panels Dimensional standards RAW MATERIALS Principal characteristics of the metal facings Protection of prepainted bearing surfaces Expanded polyurethane Composition of the formulae Expansion CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POLYURETHANE INSULATION Density Cell-structure Resistance to compression Dimensional stability Reaction to fire Water absorption Thermal conductivity Mixing of the components Environment PRODUCT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Types and intended uses Dimensional characteristics Insulation Load-bearing capacity Tolerances A1 A1.3 A4.1 A3.2 A4.3 A2 A2.5 A3 A3.2 A2.2 A1.6 A3.9 A4 A4.5 .8 A3.4 A3.1 A1.2 A3.7 A3.4 A2.3 A3.

6.3 A5.6 A5.6 A6.2 A5.6.7 A7 A7.3 A5.6.6.5 A6 A6.6.FITTING THE PANELS Equipment necessary Fitting to roof (excluding Isodoga 1000) Fasteners and principles of fixing Instructions for handling.6 A6.4 A6.1 A5.3 A6. storage and transport Lifting and handling Instructions for fitting Preliminary information Preparation of the panels Fitting sequences for Isopan panels – wall panels Fitting sequences for Isopan panels – roofing panels Cutting the panels INSULATING PANELS IN MINERAL FIBRE Types and intended uses Dimensional characteristics Overlaps Tolerances Insulation R.6.1 A7.4 A6.5 A6.1 A5.2 A6.2 A5.3 GENERAL TERMS OF SALE Contract conditions AIPPEG recommendations: enclosure A AIPPEG recommendations: enclosure B AIPPEG recommendations: enclosure C B1 B2 B3 B4 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Construction detail for curved panel Construction details for polyurethane panels Construction details for mineral fibre panels C1 C2 C3 .4 A5.E.I.6.5 A6.6.6.5 A5.6.1 A6.6.4 A5.2 A7.3 A6. panels Fireproof compartment Smoke-proof filter Smokeproof stair wells or protected stairs Fire resistance Outline of fire safety legislation Suggestions for making connections and joints Principal types of operation CERTIFICATION Certificates for polyurethane panels Isofire certification Certified Iso 9001 : 2000 A5 A5.1 A6.2 A6.6.

SANDWICH PANELS Introduction A1 Raw materials A2 Characteristics of the polyurethane insulation A3 Product technical specifications A4 Fitting the panels A5 Insulating panels in mineral fibre A6 Certification A7 .A .

2 MINERAL WOOL INSULATING PANELS: MINERAL WOOL PANELS FOR ROOFS • Isofire Roof 1000 • Isofire Roof 1000 .Fono A1. these products can be divided into two principal families: A1.1 .1 THERMO-INSULATING POLYURETHANE PANELS: THERMO-INSULATING POLYURETHANE PANELS FOR ROOFS • Isocop – 5 1000 • Isoduplex 1000 • Isotego 1000 THERMO-INSULATING POLYURETHANE PANELS FOR WALLS • Isotego 1000 • Isopiano 1000.Fono MINERAL WOOL PANELS FOR WALLS • Isofire Wall 1000 • Isofire Wall 1000 .A. What they have in common is the nature of the raw materials used: in particular.A1 INTRODUCTION TYPES The insulating panels produced by Isopan S. consisting of a layer of insulation between two facing skins. When correctly mixed and controlled during the continuous production process. all the panels mentioned use an insulating layer consisting of expanded polyurethane foam. In terms of the diverse nature of the materials used for these elements. self-supporting sandwich panels. A1. Isopiano 1155 • Isorighe 1000 • New Isoparete 1000 • New flat Isoparete 1000 SINGLE-SKIN THERMO-INSULATING POLYURETHANE PANELS • Isogrecata 1000 • Isodeck 40 1000 • Isodoga 1000 The types of panel listed differ in respect of the external profiles of the facings. the shape of the connecting joints and the uses for which they are designed.p. are monolithic. their static behaviour. this confers on the product the property of outstanding thermo-insulating power which is the distinguishing characteristic of this family of products.

5 m. A1. stainless or copper). The length. consisting of two metal skins. A1. or in the case of Isopiano. on the other hand. to comply with strict fire safety regulations.E.3 DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS The panels offered by Isopan S. and this therefore represents in practice a dimensional limit. that the maximum length transportable by articulated lorry is approximately 13. aluminium. This type of panel is being used increasingly frequently in the construction of roofs and panelling for industrial and public buildings. where there is a requirement not only for good thermal insulation properties but also for a high level of fire resistance. according to the type. The panels are also available in the sound-absorbing version.60 .I. 30 . 1155 mm as well.The panels in these last categories are of the sandwich type.120). Please bear in mind. depends on the individual design requirements of the customer. connected by an insulating layer in biosoluble high-density rock wool (100 – 110 kg/m3). certified for its level of sound insulation and sound absorption. Isofire 1000 panels have certified characteristics for reaction to fire and resistance to fire which are such as to make the product virtually incombustible (Class 0 for the outer skin and Class 1 for the internal insulation and fire resistance ratings of R.2 . in steel (or on request.p.A. barring transport by special carriers. with micro-perforated facing. The thicknesses in production normally vary from 25 mm to 150 mm and even 200 mm. are produced with a standard modular width of 1000 mm. with fibres oriented at right angles to the bearing surfaces. the nature of the bearing surfaces and the intended use. monolithic and self-supporting. however.

with the following basic characteristics: • Steel. EN 10088-2 • for Aluminium: UNI EN 485-4 • for Copper: UNI 9329 A2. • Copper (for the ribbed side). on the outer side.A2 RAW MATERIALS A2. which identifies the best coating in relation to the environmental exposure. embossed and prepainted with the cycles mentioned in the previous paragraph. taking into account the characteristics of the material: in this regard. On the inner side of the panel a primer is applied. • Stainless steel AISI 304 (designation X5CrNi1810) to standard EN 10088-1. • Especially in the use of facings in copper and aluminium.1 PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE METAL FACINGS: Our panels use only top quality metal facings. no guarantees of resistance to oxidisation or corrosion are offered beyond what is provided by the UNI standards or by the corresponding European standards with regard to the gram weight per square metre of zinc deposited. Primer Phosphating Hot dip galvanising Cold laminate steel Finishing coat of paint Hot dip galvanising Phosphating Primer or back coat Laboratory tests are carried out in accordance with the test methods laid down by the European Coil Coating Association (ECCA) The choice of organic coating to go with the metal facing depends on the environment in which the product will be installed. we recommend paying attention at the design stage to the environmental conditions to which the product will be exposed. • Steel. galvanised and prepainted on continuous lines with cycles applying polyester resin. the Isopan Technical Office will be able to provide useful information to anyone who requests it. For explanation. particularly direct exposure to the sun and maximum temperatures reached. please see the table below. • 3103 aluminium alloy with natural finish.1 . UNI EN 10147 • for Stainless Steel: EN 10088-1. Isopan metal facings are required to comply with the strictest European standards: • for Steel: UNI EN 10143. hot-dip galvanised by the SENDZIMIR process (UNI-EN 10147). siliconised polyester and PVDF (polyvynilidene fluoride). The natural aluminium facings are supplied with a primer applied to the inner side.

will not accept responsibility for any abrasion of the prepainted bearing surfaces attributable to the lack of the protective film (due to the load sliding during transport. An expanded material is one which displays a cellular structure where the solid constituent.2 PROTECTION OF PREPAINTED BEARING SURFACES All prepainted metal facings are normally supplied with a polythene film on the ribbed side. The protective film covering the prepainted panels must be completely removed at the installation stage. polyurethanes are thought of as the product of the reaction of two components called: component A = polyol mixture/polyol A2.Guide to the choice of coating Selection on the basis of exposure EXTERIOR INDUSTRIAL AND URBAN RURAL NONNORMAL HARD MARINE MIXED OR SPECIAL INTERIOR CLEAN AND DRY DAMP HOSTILE TYPE polyester PS siliconised polyester PX IDEAL COATING IDEAL CHOICE TO BE AGREED AFTER CONSULTATION WITH SUPPLIER SUITABLE COATING A2. give rise in a relatively short time to the finished product.p. A2. and at all events not later than three months from the date of readiness of the materials. If the material is specifically requested without the protective film. All expanded polyurethanes are the product of the reaction of two or more liquid components which. for example).A. which helps to avoid damage to the paint layer during the process of handling. protection is also available on the inner side (lower face) of the panel. It is emphasised that Isopan S. generally called the polymer matrix. A2. containing a gaseous constituent of varying composition. when suitably mixed together.4 COMPOSITION OF THE FORMULAE Generally speaking. On request. transport and installation.2 . forms the walls of a complex of cells which may be closed or open. The particular types used in thermo-insulating sandwich panels are expanded polyurethanes. ISOPAN will not be held responsible for any damage to the paintwork.3 EXPANDED POLYURETHANE The word 'polyurethane' is normally used to denote a very heterogeneous family of plastics.

Polyols: these are particular chemical compounds characterised by the presence in their molecule of socalled hydroxide groups (-OH groups). intermediaries to the reaction and expanding agents.polyol In addition to polyols. A2. These consist of 4. They are the product of the reaction between propylene and ethylene oxides and polyalcohols or sugars such as saccherose and sorbitol. in order to obtain minimal and constant cell diameters. Catalysts: substances which act as promoters of the polymerisation and/or expansion reaction according to their composition.isocyanate Component B is an isocyanate which normally belongs to the family of the so-called MDI polymers.4’ diphenyl methane diisocyanate and its higher oligomers. We will therefore speak of chemical expanders and physical expanders.component B = isocyanate a) COMPONENT A . Fire retardants: halogenated and/or phosphorated compounds which act as flame retardants and therefore regulate the reaction to fire of the expanded material when it is subjected to the action of flame or a source of intense radiant heat. b) COMPONENT B . These are oligomers with variable molecular weights and structures. Expanding agents: expanders in their turn may be divided into two families according to whether the expansion involves a chemical reaction or a simple transformation of a liquid into a gas. An isocyanate is distinguished by the presence in its molecule of isocyanic functional groups (NCO groups) and MDIs (diphenyl methane diisocyanates).3 . Generally these consist of aliphatic amines which are present in the formulation in relatively small quantities compared to the polyol. Stabilisers: they are generally called silicones and their function is to regulate the cell-structure as it forms. the polyol mixture is made up of catalysts.

and CFC 11 and HCFC have been replaced by expanding agents whose molecular structure no longer contains chlorine.A2. where it accumulates. because of its convenient boiling-point. its non-flammability and above all its excellent insulating properties. It is the latter which concerns us. The process has now been completed. which is responsible for the interaction with the ozone. We will therefore speak respectively of chemical expanders or physical expanders. or because of a change of state in a liquid with low boilingpoint. The discovery of this negative effect on the environment led to a process of replacing it with a substitute.4 . The costs have been high. tends to destroy the ozone molecules.5 EXPANSION Expansion is a process which occurs at the same time as the formation of the polymer matrix and is caused by a gas being given off during the course of the reaction. and causes an increase in temperature in the reacting mass and the low-boiling expander dispersed in it. its low toxicity. and in conjunction with ultra-violet radiation. Unfortunately. its reasonable price. The evolution of the gas can occur either as a result of a chemical reaction. The polymerisation reaction is exothermic. under the control of strict regulations on the protection of the ozone layer. but sustainable. The use of pentane and its isomers represents the best compromise in the direction of full respect for the environment. Until a few years ago. it was discovered that it bears a considerable responsibility for the destruction of the ozone in the upper reaches of the atmosphere. precisely because of its stability. the physical expander universally used was CFC 11. The physical expander is represented by a liquid with a boiling-point normally below 50°C. The problems relating to flammability have been satisfactorily resolved. A2.

3 RESISTANCE TO COMPRESSION The application of an external force deforms the cell-structure until it collapses completely.2 CELL-STRUCTURE The features of the cell-structure are the diameter of the cells. A3. They are also an unequivocal index of the quality of the production process and of the correctness of the formulation. but with variations which are relatively unimportant. A graph is then drawn up in which the curve plots the deformation against the force applied. Briefly. as they are known. generally 50x50x50 mm. it is important to distinguish between total density and density at the core. Compression resistance is affected by the following factors: • characteristics inherent in the formulation • the density of the foam • the orientation of the cells • the quality of the cell-structure. The density is a very important parameter because it has a direct influence on most of the physical and mechanical characteristics of the foam. In the case of a sandwich panel. as they can be responsible for appreciable deficiencies in performance of the finished product. connected to a dynamometer. is subjected to compression between two flat surfaces.A3 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POLYURETHANE INSULATION A3. it is obtained by subtracting the weight of the facings from the weight of the complete panel and dividing the value obtained by the volume of the foam alone. when shape and uniformity are within normal limits. the resistance of a rigid foam to compression is calculated on the basis of the force necessary to induce a deformation of 10% and is expressed in kg/cm2 or in dimensionally equivalent units. The shape and uniformity of the cells are also characteristics which must be taken into account. A3.1 . ‘Total density’ refers to the total volume of expanded material including the skin. which move at a preset speed. the cell diameter is between 200 and 300 microns. Normally. Thermal conductivity is linked with cell diameter. and also when considering free expansion. their shape and their uniformity. is obtained by eliminating the skin or high-density area of the foam from the calculation. Resistance to compression is a very important characteristic because it is directly linked to the dimensional stability of the foam when subjected to particular operating conditions.1 DENSITY When considering the finished product. In the majority of cases. The core density. Talking about a rigid foam implies a structure which is predominantly closed-cell. and assessed exactly by means of microscope images and subsequent computerised analysis. on the other hand. we can say that a good cell structure is characterised by: • a uniform appearance • absence of zones of discontinuity easily visible to the naked eye (bands of different colours) • absence of highly elongated or “stretched” cells. A3. In practice a test-piece of standard dimensions. The cell diameter can be estimated roughly by visual comparison with a standard sample.

are used to assign products to classes of fire resistance.5 REACTION TO FIRE ‘Reaction to fire’ is defined as the behaviour of the foam when exposed to the action of a flame or of radiant heat. Several factors. next after a vacuum. The results of the tests. the composition of the gas contained in the cells is the determining factor. In every case. Generally. CO2 (15.3 mW/mK) and air (25 mW/mK) turn out to be among the worst. A3. and at the level of design and manufacture of the finished product. give rise to forces acting in three dimensions which. expressed as percentages of the original dimensions. including temperature differences. It can be easily verified that the only cells involved are the ones cut in the process of preparing the sample. Since we are dealing with a material with predominantly closed cells.Accumulated experience tells us that for a sandwich panel we need to be sure of a minimum compression resistance of 1 kg/cm2. with suitable additives. dimensional stability is measured by accelerated tests where samples of known dimensions are subjected to high temperatures (70-80°C. A3. It is expressed in terms of the variable λ (lambda). and to their size. can lead to irreversible deformation. in accordance with strict rules. A3. A3. this value is always very small (<1%). pentane is actually among the best insulators (7. and operating conditions. carried out on samples of fixed shape and dimensions. permeability to air.7 THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY The thermal conductivity of a material is its capacity to transport heat from one surface to another. and we can state positively that.6 WATER ABSORPTION This is a measure of the quantity of water that the foam can absorb by direct immersion in water. Reaction to fire is controlled by making changes at the formulation level. with W/mK as the unit of measurement. and also to some extent linked to the nature of the polymeric matrix. A3. though these unfortunately vary from country to country.2 . if not adequately opposed. The thermal conductivity of a foam is principally linked to the composition of the gas contained in the cells.4 DIMENSIONAL STABILITY By ‘dimensional stability’ we mean the capacity of the foam to maintain its dimensions unchanged over time and in actual conditions of use. It must always be specified whether the tests concerned just the foam or the finished product. The reaction is then observed by measurement of: • speed of propagation and maximum height of the flame • time required for extinguishing it • area damaged • occurrence of dripping. sometimes associated with high relative humidity in the air) and low temperatures (-25/-30°C) for a period of time (24-48 hours or more) and the variations which the foam undergoes in the three dimensions and in total volume are recorded. which are specific to the individual country.4 mW/mK). diffusion of the gas contained in the cells. Reaction to fire is assessed on the basis of tests which simulate exposure to fire and radiant heat.

with skin Glass fibre – rigid panels Mineral fibres from feldspathic rocks – rigid panels Glass fibre – semi-rigid panels Mineral fibres from feldspathic rocks – semi-rigid panels Sintered expanded polystyrene. A poor quality mix is indicated by the presence of brown streaks.1 mm to 12 mm Thermal conductivity of the most important insulating materials A3.MATERIAL Polyurethane in panels with metal facings.8 MIXING OF THE COMPONENTS Polyurethane systems for continuous panel manufacture are generally supplied as a multi-component system. UNIPLAST 9051 Polyurethane in slabs cut from blocks Polyurethanes in slabs cut from blocks Polyisocyanurates in slabs cut from blocks Extruded expanded polystyrene. fibre and bituminous binders Low-volume loose materials – expanded vermiculite in granules from 0. A polyurethane system normally consists of the following components: • polyol (polyols + stabilisers + fire retardant) • one or more catalysts • one or more expanders • isocyanate. with skin In situ expanded polystyrene Extruded expanded polystyrene. in slabs cut from blocks. It is essential to be able to adjust the expansion and catalysis to suit working conditions and the type of panel being produced: for relatively thin panels (30-40 mm) we will have a high catalyst and expander content. A3. while for thick panels (120-200 mm) we will have a lower content of catalyst and expander. so it must be kept under constant control.3 . without skin Phenolic resins in slabs Sintered expanded polystyrene. in slabs cut from blocks Glass fibre – resinated felts Ureic resins expanded in situ Expanded cellular glass Low-volume loose materials – cellulose fibre Slabs composed of expanded perlite. UNI 7819 Expanded polystyrene in slabs moulded by thermocompression Extruded expanded polystyrene. This mixture and the isocyanate are then suitably measured out and transferred to the distribution location. and can therefore affect the quality of the mix. a coarse cell-structure and a ‘glassy’ look to the foam. It is here that the process of highpressure mixing takes place. The temperature of the components has a considerable influence on the viscosity. The polyol is first premixed with the expander and the catalyst. in slabs cut from blocks Phenolic resins in slabs Pure expanded cork and cork expanded with binders Sintered expanded polystyrene. UNIPLAST 517 Polyurethane in panels with semi-permeable facings. in slabs cut from blocks Cork – expanded with binders Mineral fibres from basaltic rocks – felts on metal mesh Sintered expanded polystyrene.

Ministerial Decree 5/2/98 and updates and amendments). • Ozone: in compliance with the limits for safeguarding the stratospheric ozone agreed by the signatory countries to the Montreal Protocol and European regulation 3093/94.A.A3. but this is purely of an informative nature. crystalline silica and CFCs and HFCs. containers and utensils intended to come into contact with foodstuffs or substances for personal use). (Lyon Institute for Cancer Research) This means that the polyurethanes come under the heading of NON-CLASSIFIABLE AGENTS as regards their capacity for causing cancer in man and animals. 50 of 29/02/92.R. The manufactured products of Isopan S.A. This certification relates to colours Grey White.9 ENVIRONMENT The environmental impact of the products at the present time is of large and growing importance. in a society conscious of the need to safeguard its natural resources. As regards the polyurethane foams used. (Lyon Institute for Cancer Research). (“This classification reflects the fact that the numerous tests carried out to date have not indicated any carcinogenic or mutagenic effects on man or animals deriving even from prolonged physical contact with polyurethane foams.C. Finally.”) In the case of sandwich panels with a core of rock wool. we have the following characteristics: • Biosoluble inorganic material. supplement no. plain white similar to Ral 9010 and Top Class PVC coating. here this is impossible. White 21. suitable for waste disposal in the normal way. as regards the external bearing surfaces such as the metal components.R. 46). • Material classified in Group 3 of the I. free of asbestos.p.4 . Waste disposal: in terms of current Italian legislation (Legislative Decree 22/97.A.E. R13) or. have for some time been compliant with the strictest standards and legislative requirements which have been enacted in this field. since the product is not considered “hazardous” and does not come within the scope of Ministerial Decree 28/01/92 (Official Gazette no. we emphasise the following characteristics: • They are self-extinguishing in terms of standard ISO 3582 (formerly ASTM 1692). A3.R. • Classified in Group 3 of the I. 170604 panels” have been certified as “special non-hazardous waste” intended for recycling (R4.C. The Safety Data Sheet for theinsulating panels is available on request. we have the following characteristics: • Prepainting in conformity with current Italian regulations on the contact of materials with foodstuffs (Ministerial Decree 21/03/1973 and subsequent amendments on hygienic discipline regarding packaging. the “Residues of insulating materials in C.

60. walls and suspended ceilings of industrial and civil buildings (category: wall panels) • Single-skin insulated metal panels (category: single-skin panels) The latter category has very specific intended uses. 80. Single-skin insulated metal panel for suspended ceilings and infill panels. 80. 60. with the upper skin in aluminium foil. A4. Wall panels: • Length: as requested by customer up to the maximum transportable • Useful width/spacing: 1000 mm • Thickness: 30. 40. with the lower skin in aluminium foil. 50. 40. 50. for covering with an outer layer of bituminous membrane. 40. A4. 50. 100. summarised here: a) ISOGRECATA 1000. thickness 0. 100. b) ISODECK 40 1000. c) ISODOGA 1000.07 mm • Upper bearing surface (Isodeck 1000 only): bituminised paper 350 g/m2. A4.2 DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERISTICS Roofing panels: • Length: as requested by customer up to the maximum transportable • Useful width/spacing: 1000 mm • Thickness outside ribs: 30.A4 PRODUCT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The following are the Technical Product Specifications of Isopan panels. Single-skin insulated metal panel for pitched roofs on industrial and civil buildings. 120. 150 . Single-skin insulated metal panel for pitched or flat roofs with outer facing in bituminised paper.200 mm • Bearing surfaces smooth or micro-ribbed Single-skin panels: • Length: as requested by customer up to the maximum transportable • Useful width/spacing: 1000 mm • Thickness outside ribs (excluding Isodoga 1000): 30. 120 mm • Height of ribs: 40 mm • Spacing of ribs: 250 mm (500 mm for Isotego 1000) • Lower bearing surface: micro-ribbed. 80 mm • Height of ribs (excluding Isodoga 1000): 40 mm • Spacing of ribs (excluding Isodoga 1000): 250 mm • Lower bearing surface: aluminium foil (excluding Isodeck 1000). 60.1 TYPES AND INTENDED USES There are the following categories: • Insulated metal roofing panels for industrial and civil buildings (category: roofing panels) • Insulated metal panels for infill.1 .

and double-faced walling panels Thickness (mm) 30 Coeff.12 A4. K (kcal/h*m2*°C) 40 0.22 100 0.21 0.25 0.14 0. K (kcal/h*m2*°C) 0.34 0.h.32 0.64 0.3 INSULATION • Composed of rigid polyurethane foam.and double-skinned roofing panels Thickness (mm) 30 40 50 60 Coeff. Load-bearing capacities refer to the A4. its thickness and the thickness of the layer of thermal insulation.30 120 0.13 For single.26 0. self-extinguishing in accordance with current European standards COMPARATIVE TABLE OF INSULATING MATERIALS Equivalent thermal insulation 860 mm Bricks 380 mm Concrete 140 mm Timber 50 mm Cork 45 mm Fibreglass 40 mm Polystyrene 25 mm Polyurethane • Reaction to fire Class B2 or B3 in terms of DIN standard 4102 part 1 • Average density 40 kg/m3 ± 10% • Compression resistance ≥ 11 N/ cm2 (at 10% deformation) • Resistance to stretching ≥ 1 N/ cm2 • Resistance to cutting ≥ 1 N/ cm2 • Coefficient of thermal conductivity I=0.44 80 0.4 LOAD-BEARING CAPACITY This depends on the type of metal bearing surface.35 100 0.15 0.20 0. K (W/m2*°C) Coeff.50 0.48 0.°C • Non-hygroscopic because made up of over 95% closed cells • Coefficient of heat transmission: For single.27 80 0.55 0.44 0.A4.31 0.18 0.16 0.40 0.57 50 60 0.18 0.2 .36 0.38 0.23 150 0. K (W/m2*°C) Coeff. as stated in the tables in the specific product catalogues.022 Kcal/m.17 120 0.

s= deviation With L = 300 mm.panel fitted horizontally and under the action of a distributed load. with regard to the number and arrangement of the fixing points.5 TOLERANCES • Thickness of the facings: in accordance with the reference norms for the products used • Thickness of the panel: ± 2 mm • Length: ± 5 mm • 1000 mm module: ± 2 mm • Out-of-square: max 3 mm • Flatness: L= distance between the extremes of measurement. If. It remains the responsibility of the designer to check the adequacy of the fixing system. s = 1%. he can refer to the ISOPAN Technical Office. With L > 300 mm. A4. A4. the designer thinks a detailed check is desirable into the stresses caused by thermal action in the long term.3 . in view of the climatic conditions in the place of installation. s = 3 mm max.

1) PORTABLE DRILL and drill-bits 2) ELECTRIC SCREWDRIVER with direction reversing. 3) JIG SAW 4) POP RIVETER and rivets 5) Series of PLIERS (locking and universal) 6) SHEARS for small manual adjustments to the panels 7) CLUB HAMMER 8) SCRAPER 9) PLUMB LINE to check the verticality of wall panelling A5.1 EQUIPMENT NECESSARY Below is a list of the equipment needed on site for fitting the panels. and the necessary collets.A5 FITTING THE PANELS A5. We recommend the use of a screwdriver equipped with a torque limiter. This means that the strain on the shank of the screws can be regulated so as not to damage the panel in the process of fitting.1 .

In accordance with UNI 10372.10) FASTENERS AS SPECIFIED IN THE DESIGN OR ORDER 11) POSSIBLE LIFTING-BEAM WITH CLAMPS OR SUCKERS for moving large-sized panels 12) VACUUM CLEANER A5. In the accompanying illustration we show examples of fitting roof panels in situations involving laps (overlapping longitudinal joints). sufficient (in relation to the slope) to avoid any ingress of water.2 FITTING TO ROOF (EXCLUDING ISODOGA 1000): In order to ensure that the water runs off correctly. Prevailing winds Isopan’s recommendation is the Isodeck 1000 panel.3 mm diameter self-tapping screws in galvanised carbon steel with hexagon heads. as an alternative to the self-tapping screws described above. ISOPAN can supply another two series of screw designated ‘self-drilling’ of type A5.13% with a finishing covering in bituminous membrane which SLOPES OF 14% AND ABOVE completely waterproofs the building. or cause a buildup of undesirable and harmful substances. In the case of pitches constructed with more than one panel lengthways. self-tapping screws are used (also called ‘thread-forming screws’). check carefully that no extraneous materials or residues from the job are abandoned on the roofing panels which could give rise to corrosion or prevent rainwater running off correctly. If specifically requested. roofing panels must be laid with a minimum slope of 7%. of the type “Kovervit BS 592”. This in SLOPES OF its turn is completed 11 . Normally.2 .10% and the side faced with bituminised paper facing upwards. As regards flat roofs. After completing the fitting of the panels and the necessary flashings. ISOPAN recommends providing sufficient projection at the eaves to allow a suitable drip and prevent any ingress of water into the insulation or the inside of the building.3 FASTENERS AND PRINCIPLES OF FIXING Strips of silicone material or gaskets The type of fixing depends on the type of support used. and to avoid oxidisation of the metal supports which can otherwise follow. DIAGRAM OF SECTION AT THE LAP A5. which must be laid with the ribs facing downwards SLOPES OF 7 . a longitudinal overlap must be provided. or “592” and washer in galvanised steel incorporating a gasket in EPDM rubber to maintain the seal. Standard fixing is by means of 6.

The principles of fixing are set out below: A5. In the course of static deflection tests with positive and negative loads. and correct torque adjustment on the power screwdriver used on site. require specialised skills for their use. which are ideal for fixing to heavy steel sections.3. The number of fixings required varies with the local climate situation. This density has been assumed as standard in determining the positive and negative overload threshold. which have the advantage of reducing fitting time. The holes must have a diameter smaller than that of the fixing device. washer and cap in sheet metal ISOPAN will be happy to deal with any query from customers about the various fixing systems described. The minimum fixing density is therefore one fixing on alternate ribs in the continuous part of the roof and one fixing on every rib round the perimeter of the sheets.“Kovervit 671”. these must not be fully tightened.1 Fixing for roofing panels The panels should be installed with the direction of laying opposite to that of the prevailing winds. and in particularly windy areas. both for timber and for metal roof frameworks. we have defined the “normal density” for fixings as: one bolt on alternate ribs on the central purlins and one on every rib on the end purlins. These screws. in the central part as well.3 . their mechanical performance and their methods of use. to allow the panel to expand and contract as a result of temperature and moisture changes. A5. as the hole is drilled and the panel directly anchored all in one operation. They should be fixed to the supporting structure by means of the devices specified by the system. checking frequently that they are parallel and correctly aligned.

1 . appropriately increasing the number of fixings from the standard specification. In the case of an end-toend joint between two panels. Normally. the density of the fixings must be determined by the designer case by case.L STANDARD Panel (1 m) Layout for normal and increased density of fixings A5.3. In areas which are particularly exposed to the action of the wind.100 mm.3. The width of the support in contact with the panel must be not less than 50 mm. every panel requires the use of one fixing opposite each supporting member. and these members in their turn must be adequately secured to the loadbearing structure of the building in accordance with the conditions specified in the design as regards stability. The minimum width of the support area at the end of each panel must be an effective 30 mm in contact with the supporting frame members. the contact width must be 80 .2 Fixing for wall panels The panels must be anchored to continuous metal sections running at right angles to the direction of the panels themselves. The panels should be fixed to the loadbearing structure by means of the fasteners specified by the system. Panel (1 m) INCREASED Length . The number of fixings varies in accordance the different climatic situations in which the building may be located.INCREASED Length .L STANDARD Layout for normal and increased density of fixings A5.

ISODECK 1000 Panel thickness (mm) 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 120 No. STORAGE AND TRANSPORT The panels are supplied packaged and with an overall wrapping of stretch polythene film. of panels per pack 14 12 10 8 8 6 6 5 Height of pack (mm) 700 720 700 640 720 600 720 700 Packs per load 6 x 14 6 x 12 6 x 10 4 x 8 + 2 x 10 6x8 4x6+2x8 6x6 6x5 Note: Each pack rests on strips of polystyrene with a thickness of 70 mm (not included in the stated height of the pack).4 .A5. Contents of one pack of sandwich or single-skin roofing panels: Panel thickness (mm) No. with a view to preventing possible damage to the outer panels from contact with the arms of forklift trucks used to unload the products. The height of the packs (in millimetres) depends on the number of panels. of panels per pack: 30 14 40 12 50 10 60 8 80 6 100 6 120 5 Contents of one pack of sandwich or single-skin wall panels: Panel thickness (mm) No.4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING. On request they can be supplied in packaging with metal protective strips or in cardboard.ISOGRECATA 1000 . The standard composition of the pack is as indicated below. as in the following tables: Sandwich or single-skin roofing panels ISOCOP-5 1000 . this must be explicitly requested at the time of ordering.ISODUPLEX 1000 .ISOTEGO 1000 . A5. of panels per pack: 30 17 40 18 50 14 60 12 80 9 100 7 120 6 150 6 200 4 If packs with different composition from standard are required.

ISOBOX 1000 .ISODOGA 1000 Spessore pannello (mm) N.N. ISOPARETE 1000 . but also with the length at which the panels are supplied. as shown in the drawing.5 . A5. We recommend using suitable spacers consisting of wooden boards or polystyrene packing above and below the pack. The slings must be made of synthetic fibre (nylon or high-strength polyester). to avoid direct contact between the slings and the pack.ISOPIANO 1000 .4 of Standard UNI 10372). A5. No. ISOPARETE PIANO 1000 .N. not only with the thickness of the insulation.5 LIFTING AND HANDLING a) LIFTING The packs must always be lifted by means of slings positioned at a minimum of two points separated by a distance not less than half the length of the pack itself (§7. as well as with the type and thickness of the metal supporting face. The weight of the packs varies. pannelli per pacco Altezza pacco (mm) Pacchi per carico Panel thickness (mm) Height of pack Packs Packs Panel thickness (mm) No.Sandwich or single-skin wall panels ISORIGHE 1000 . at least 200 mm wide. of panels packpack of panels per per Height of pack (mm) (mm) per load per load 25 30 35 40 50 60 80 100 120 21 17 15 18 14 12 9 7 6 525 510 525 720 700 720 720 700 720 8 x 21 8 x 17 8 x 15 6 x 18 6 x 14 6 x 12 6x9 6x7 6x6 Note: Each pack rests on strips of polystyrene with a thickness of 70 mm (not included in the stated height of the pack).

Panels over a certain size (4 metres in the case of a panel of thickness 80-100 mm) must be moved by means of a suitable hoist or crane. A lifting-beam equipped with suckers is a satisfactory alternative. The panel is attached to the chosen mechanical lifting gear by a lifting-beam with two or more clamps connected to it by cables. as the weight of the panel makes it impossible to move by hand. Note: In the case of any eventuality not covered above.) in compliance with current regulations. The clamps grip the edge of the panel itself. Suitable protective equipment must be used (gloves. safety shoes.6 . Spring Steel cable Clamp for lifting panels Schematic drawing of lifting-beam with suckers A5. the AIPPEG Recommendations (attached) apply. overalls etc.b) HANDLING Manual moving of individual panels must be performed by at least two people. keeping the panel upright as illustrated.

6. corner connectors etc. superimposing the hollow rib on the solid rib of the panel already laid. finishing at the ridge. lay the succeeding panels. 3) Check that the entire site labour-force is equipped with safety footwear. use a solution of detergent in water to remove it. and that the site has all the equipment necessary to ensure safety in accordance with current regulations.).6.2 Preparation of the panels Remove the polythene protective film from the panel before fitting it. If necessary. A5. A5.6. such as drips.1 . gloves etc.4 Fitting sequences for Isopan panels – roofing panels: 1) Start at the bottom and work upwards.6. connectors for the roofing. Check that the surface of the panel does not have traces of adhesive remaining from the protective film. A5. and also the metalwork which has to be installed before the wall. as mentioned in the preliminary information. 4) Secure the panels only after checking that they are perfectly lined up. 2) Check that the framework corresponds to the working drawing. The fixing screws must always be inserted at right angles to the panel. working away from the direction of the prevailing winds. and gently rotating the panel (see diagram). 6) Carry out a general inspection and cleaning of the wall. 5) Fit the finishing components (corner strips. taking care to execute joints correctly and to make sure the panels are upright.3 Fitting sequences for Isopan panels – wall panels: The correct sequence for fitting Isopan wall panels is as set out below.6. perimeter edging etc. sealing caps and rainwater flashings. 2) Fit gutters. 3) Fit the panels starting from the foot of the wall.6 INSTRUCTIONS FOR FITTING A5.1 Preliminary information 1) Check that the storage on site is in compliance with the procedures described in the AIPPEG recommendations. 1) Fix the base metalwork (where required) at the foot of the wall. paying particular attention to the fixings and the joints with the door and window frames.A5. 2) Remove the protective film from the panels. A5. 3) After fixing the first row of panels.

following all the precautions and safety procedures specified by current regulations.2 . A5.6. 5) Remove the protecting adhesive tape.6. 4) Remove the swarf produced by the cut because it can scratch the paintwork of the panel itself. 2) Use a panel to mark the required cut on the tape. 3) Make the cut with a jig saw (equipped with dust extraction and filtration). and therefore impair its long-term durability.5 Cutting the panels The operation of cutting the panels comprises the following stages: 1) Protect the area affected by the cut with adhesive tape.Manoeuvre for assembling the panels A5.

The “Fono” versions are expressly designed for sound insulation. please refer to the sections on roofing panels and wall panels in paragraph A4. obtaining the following certification: • Class 0/1 reaction to fire (in terms of Ministerial Decree 26/06/84).E.1 .I.p. • Sound insulation to ISO 140 1995 and ISO 717 1996. 14/09/61).A. 30 / R. Sound-absorbing panel Note: our advice is that the longest mineral fibre panel which can sensibly be moved is 6000 mm. A6.E. and sound absorption to ISO 354 1985. while maintaining good mechanical characteristics.2. Characterised by a core of mineral fibre which guarantees the incombustibility of the product besides ensuring excellent thermal insulation. • Fire resistance: R.E. A6. 60 / R. depending on the thickness (in terms of Interior Ministry Circular 91.A6 INSULATING PANELS IN MINERAL FIBRE • Isofire Roof 1000 • Isofire Wall 1000 • Isofire Roof Fono 1000 • Isofire Wall Fono 1000 A6.2 DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERISTICS On this subject. 120..I. The panels were created to satisfy the growing demand for improved performance in fire behaviour.1 TYPES AND INTENDED USES Panels designed for use on pitched roofs (Isofire Roof 1000) and in walls (Isofire Wall 1000). These panels have been tested at the Istituto Giordano S.I. for Fono version.

K (W/m2*°C) Coeff. K (kcal/h*m2*°C) ISOFIRE WALL 1000 Panel thickness (mm) Coeff.35 A6.48 80 0. In the case of transverse (overlapped) joints.44 0.A6. A6. especially in connection with the evolution of the legislation on fire safety and prevention.2 .72 0.64 60 0.3 OVERLAPS There is no gasket provided for the longitudinal overlap joint. A6.36 0.67 60 0.57 80 0. the overlap must be achieved using the same procedures as on polyurethane panels.64 0. to guarantee the specified incombustibility and fire resistance. K (kcal/h*m2*°C) lap er Ov gth Total len R ed uc ed le ng th 50 0.75 0.38 100 0.50 0. incombustible (Class 0) tape and gaskets must be fitted in order to ensure a perfect seal and complete impermeability without invalidating the fire-retardant properties of the panel.5 INSULATION ISOFIRE ROOF 1000 Panel thickness (mm) Coeff. RIGHT-HAND TYPE PANEL LEFT-HAND TYPE PANEL Arrangement for the overlap Note: please refer to the following chapter for an appropriate description of the properties of this type of panel.55 0.32 50 0. which merits detailed analysis. please refer to paragraph A4.5. On roofing panels.40 0. cutting away part of the insulation of the upper panel. K (W/m2*°C) Coeff. because the mineral wool must form a single continuous insulating layer.4 TOLERANCES On this subject.44 100 0.

E. In addition to the above. the certification of the products.” A6.3 Smokeproof stair wells or protected stairs: “Protected staircase in well constituting a fire-resistant compartment having direct access from every floor with doors of R. These tests guarantee the R. organised to fulfill the requirements of the prevention of fires. panel/beams (of various materials).A6.I. cited below: A6. In particular it cannot test the actual situation at the junctions – panel/floor. cables etc. in any event not less than 0. issuing above the roof of the building.3 . particularly for fire resistance.” A6.E.6. or vented directly to the outside with unobstructed openings having an area not less than 1 m? excluding ducts. and conversely of rooms which are required to be protected from the attack of fire coming from outside sources. maintained at an overpressure of at least 0.1 Fireproof Compartment: “Part of a building delimited by structural elements of a predetermined fire resistance.2 Smoke-proof filter: “Compartment delimited by structures with a predetermined R. especially as A6.6. in any event not less than 60 minutes.I.E. Note: Obviously the standard trial is not carried out on the complete installation (every completed project. (As provided by the current regulations. or the various passageways for pipes.10 m2. panel/ceiling and panel/wall. even in emergency conditions.6.I. ISOFIRE panels are designed to provide certificated high performance in fire resistance. as for example: • Protection of escape routes • Fire escape stairs • Lifts • Fire barrier walls • Store rooms • Suspended ceilings • Clean rooms.I. with a ventilation shaft of adequate section. fire resistance. There is a variety of industrial uses for which ISOFIRE panels are particularly indicated. or compartment with the same fire resistance characteristics.I. fire resistance. and provided with two or more doors equipped with self-closure devices with a predetermined R. PANELS The ISOFIRE series of panels is specially designed for the construction of rooms where fire can safely be kindled. has some unique and unrepeatable characteristics). in any event not less than 60 minutes.3 bar. fire resistance equipped with closing devices”.6 R.E. particularly in terms of the “Definitions for the purposes of Annexe A of the Decree by the Interior Minister of 30/11/1983”. they can be correctly used for the creation of safe rooms or compartments in accordance with the current regulations. value for the panels and their jointing (longitudinal joint) at the test dimensions. is effected by real furnace tests on limited samples of the product).E. however similar. It is therefore essential that the designer takes an engineering approach so that the intended performance can be guaranteed.

important though these are.TESTS FOR FIRE RESISTANCE Vertical furnace 3000 x 3000 mm Horizontal furnace for testing loadbearing structural elements and non-stressed firestop elements Test of the efficacy of a portable extinguisher on a hearth of type B (liquids) Radiant panel for testing reaction to fire regards impermeability to flames. Following the definitions given in Point 1. vapours and gases (E). these qualities are more closely connected with the procedures followed in carrying out the work and assembling the components. which contributes to the “R. the tendency of a construction element when exposed to the action of fire on one side.” grading of the product. the tendency of a construction element to reduce the transmission of heat.11 of Annexe A of the Decree by the Interior Minister of 30/11/1983. • its seal “E”. in recognition of their performance in fire resistance.4 . Accordingly: A6.4 Fire resistance ISOFIRE insulated panels are certified in accordance with current national standards. • its thermal insulation “I”. or produce them on the side not so exposed. In particular. A6.E. the tendency of a construction element to retain its mechanical strength under the action of fire. not to let flames. than with the specific and individual characteristics of these components.I.6. for a fixed period of time:– • its stability “R”. we draw attention to the following definitions: • Fire resistance: capacity of a construction element (component or structure) to maintain. vapours or hot gases pass. In reality. and the thermal insulation (I) of the entire system. we can provide an exact explanation of the terminology used in assigning the values and the variables described in the Decree.

For the detailed characteristics.I. especially structural members. to qualify. these structural elements must be treated with the usual protective methods (intumescent paints.E.I. but only when positioned vertically in a wall.I.” is used to identify a construction element which. must be able. In relation to the requirements which they have demonstrated. can be used for possible exposure to the fire on both faces. but aimed at contributing to the creation of compartmentation. the ‘ROOF’ model of panel is certified both for use in roofing. when used as non-stressed partitions. to qualify. 30 / R. on the other hand. for a fixed period of time. but always with the specification that the side which can be exposed to the fire is the flat side (without ribs).E. must maintain its mechanical strength. The time period for which the performance is guaranteed. to correlate exactly the model of panel with the certification obtained. The model ‘WALL’. always refer to the ISOPAN technical documentation.6. is automatically satisfied if criteria “E” and “I” are satisfied. and its thermal insulation. The principal aim of the panels in such applications is to retard the spread of the high temperature (and A6. which involve components of limited dimensions assembled with the particular joint. As we have already stated. 120. 60 / R. to resist fire for the necessary time. insulating or intumescent plaster etc. The other components besides the panels. ISOFIRE panels have received the certification R. which are differentiated as regards the models and as regards their uses as roofing panels (non-stressed) and as vertical dividers. 9503 and 9504 etc. structural elements are classified by a number. the object of this booklet is to supply the designer with advice and information to favour the identification of correct solutions and materials which will guarantee the fire resistance characteristics of the entire installation. particularly Circular 91 and Standards CNVVF and UNI 9502. to delimit zones at greater risk of fire. or. in the classification of elements not bearing the rating “R”. and the combination with other construction elements. its seal against flames and gas.) and checked by the designer for compliance with the current applicable regulations. for a fixed period of time. In view of the large number of construction types in the panels. particularly as regards length and therefore the scarcity of intermediate supports and bearings.5 Outline of fire safety legislation The use of ISOFIRE panels as elements resistant to fire is not structural. If this condition cannot be met. For example. that is. conversely. to qualify. • The symbol “RE” is used to identify a construction element which. A6. Strictly according to the standard.I.E. It is the responsibility of the designer to justify in “engineering” terms the extension of these performances to dimensions and procedures different from laboratory test conditions. must maintain its mechanical strength and its seal against flames and gas.E.• The symbol “R. a separation of zones to be protected or insulated (safe zones) from others where there exists a greater possibility of a fire starting. and as a wall panel. it is important when using and checking the certified performances in fire resistance. depending on the different thicknesses. • The symbol “R” is used to identify a construction element which. the structural elements in particular. which represents the minutes. must maintain its mechanical strength for a fixed period of time. in virtue of their composition. as indicated in the certifications.5 . and also as regards end-to-end joints. the certified performances refer to and are guaranteed only in the test conditions.

allowing people. In addition.E. Thermo-expanding seals (gaskets or sponge) are recommended.I. Smoke and gases are thus prevented from getting through any narrow gaps at the A6. and require checking case by case. characteristics are ensured by the conformation of the wall (certified) and of the floor (concrete slab). it is important to remember that fire resistance must be ensured by the construction materials used (panels.7 Principal types of operation Although we believe that the attached sketches are sufficiently clear and simple to be understood and for the principles to be extended to other similar cases. • Ministerial decree of 30 November 1983 – “Terms.6.) A6.6 . intumescent or fire-retardant plaster etc. columns etc. nor is it wholly consistent nor aligned with the legislation in other European countries. which can be taken into consideration in the construction of partitions using ISOFIRE prefabricated panels. beams. by expanding under the influence of the flame or the temperature. The joints which we need to consider are the transverse joints.E. materials and machinery to be brought to safety. we describe some significant cases in the next few paragraphs. a) COMPARTMENTATION: 1 – Linking a vertical wall to the floor: the R. definitions and graphic symbols in fire prevention” – which. characteristics. defines fire resistance and the various R.I. In choosing the materials for fitting the products. for a fixed length of time. A large number of regulations have been drawn up or are in process of being drawn up. A significant part of the legislation currently in force. UNI EN 10147 for Steel • EN 10088-1. Naturally. among other things. for purposes of comparison and for the treatment of the structural components to which the panels are attached. and the characteristics required are thus guaranteed. The Italian fire safety regulatory situation does not seem altogether systematic and functional.therefore of the fire) and of the combustion gases. relating to harmonisation of the various national regulations. it may be useful to refer to the Standards: • UNI EN 10143.6 Suggestions for making connections and joints This manual contains suggestions relating to the commonest cases of combining ISOFIRE panels with others of the same type and with other building components.) Those elements among them which are not certified must be protected with guaranteed. since the longitudinal joint in ISOFIRE panelling is tested in the trials for certification. • Directive of the Council of the European Union 89/106/EEC of 21 December 1989. the solutions put forward must be considered merely indicative. which. certified materials (intumescent paints.6. tend to ensure the seal. EN 10088-2 for Stainless Steel • UNI EN 485-4 for Aluminium A6. some of them laying down new procedures for homologating materials and new systems and solutions for fire protection. is listed below: • Circular 91 of the Minister of the Interior of 14 September 1961. and allowing action to be taken at the fire source itself before the fire spreads out of control.

ducts or cables passing through the ISOFIRE panels. which are thermo-expanding but sufficiently soft and elastic. taking its own deadweight into account. or infill with fire-resisting panels. but aesthetically less pleasing than the preceding solution. iron etc. caulking it if necessary with intumescent or fireretardant mastic. or intumescent felt. wrap the pipes with intumescent tape. we list the commonest cases and the appropriate precautions to take to preserve the fire protection characteristics of the panels: 1 – Combustible or heat-sensitive pipes We suggest the following protection systems: • Recessed thermo-expanding collars. Alternatively. concentric with the pipes. prestressed concrete. wrapped round the pipes and sealed with ceramic mastic or intumescent sealant. slabs. felt etc. In the case of a stressed slab or beam. 3 – Linking to elements different in type and composition from ISOFIRE panels (beams.): besides adequately protecting such elements with specific fire-retardant products.joint. b) ITEMS CROSSING OR FITTED INTO THE PANELS: On the subject of pipes. and consequently no uncontrolled rise in temperature takes place on the side not exposed to the fire. Plug the cavity in which the cables run. 2 – Small diameter plastic tubes carrying cables Fit collars in thin-gauge steel with a band of intumescent material of suitable thickness. This can be achieved by providing sufficient free play and using fire-retardant materials (seals. the play provided must be sufficient to absorb deflection in the stressed structure. or window-frames being fitted into them. mounted visibly on one or both sides of the partition: easy to fit. • External thermo-expanding collars. 4 – Electrical cables. 5 – Open cable duct Use fire retardant thermo-expanding bags. columns in reinforced concrete. take account of deformation which they may undergo as a result of loading or thermal expansion. The fire protection can be achieved by the use either of gaskets of suitable dimensions or of sponge of appropriate thickness. • Intumescent tape. following the procedure described below.).7 . concentric with the pipes. 2 – Linking a vertical wall to the ceiling: it is advisable to provide enough play to facilitate fitting and to absorb deformation in the ceiling. It is important to check the seal between partition and collar. single or in a compact bundle Wrap with intumescent tape or fill with intumescent mastic or plaster. and make the final seal with intumescent or ceramic mastic or plaster. set into the partition. 3 – Metal pipes Seal the gap with intumescent mastic. A6. gaskets. combined with intumescent mortar or plaster.

9 – Doors and window-frames When positioning and installing doors and window-frames in firestop partitions formed with ISOFIRE panels. because it will have a different capacity for deformation from the ISOFIRE panels. follow the instructions of the manufacturer of the frames. and seal the outside of the duct where it passes through the panel with intumescent or fire-retardant mastic or plaster. A6.6 – Cable duct with cover Seal the spaces between the cables and inside the duct with intumescent sponge or mastic. or intumescent. 7 – Air conditioning ducts Wrap the ducts (not insulated and obviously fitted with firestop dampers) with intumescent felt or tape. Particular care should be taken if fire-resistant mortar is used. The model chosen must obviously be certified and consistent with the grade of fire resistance designed and guaranteed for the rest of the system. sealing with intumescent or fire-retardant mastic or plaster 8 – Holes passing through Larger-sized holes passing through the partition which cannot be sealed by the methods indicated above. must be closed by the usual methods or with other materials. fire-resistant bags etc. such as for example panels in mineral wool treated with an intumescent or fire-retardant product. with a consequent risk of cracks and fissures opening up.8 .

A7

CERTIFICATION

Isopan panels have obtained technical approval from the strictest and most reputable international research institutes in Europe, charged with issuing such certification. In particular, the ITC, the Italian Institute for Construction Technologies, has issued Certificates of Technical Approval for our roofing and wall panels, while UGPU, the highly authoritative German Institute, has issued Approval for the panels produced by our plant at Patrica in Lazio. Many other European official bodies have certified the quality of our manufactured goods, and also the compliance of the raw materials and the finished product with the strictest standards of the individual countries and European standards. ISOPAN submits itself periodically to monitoring by the inspectors of the various Institutes, who oversee our production to ensure that the Approval standard is maintained. Some of the best-known Certifications are illustrated below, with the corresponding attestations. Recently the list was increased by the addition of the Certificate of Conformity to the Standard UNI EN ISO 9001:2000, which bears witness to the quality achieved in the production process for plain and ribbed panels at the production plant in question. The ISOPAN Technical Office will be very happy to supply the list of the certificates available, and to send out exact copies of the original.

A7.1

A7.1 CERTIFICATES FOR POLYURETHANE PANELS

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A7.2 ISOFIRE CERTIFICATION

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A7.6 .3 CERTIFIED ISO 9001:2000 A7.

B .GENERAL TERMS OF SALE Contract conditions B1 AIPPEG recommendations: enclosure A B2 AIPPEG recommendations: enclosure B B3 AIPPEG recommendations: enclosure C B4 .

INSULATED METAL PANELS AND ACCESSORIES Contract Conditions Enclosure A Regulations for transport. insulated metal panels and accessories Enclosure B Quality standards for ribbed sheets and insulated metal panels Enclosure C Recommendations for the installation of corrugated sheets and insulated metal panels B .GENERAL TERMS OF SALE FOR RIBBED SHEETS. handling and storage of corrugated sheets.

handling and storage” contained in Enclosure A of these “General Terms of Sale” and with any specific instructions of the Vendor. delayed delivery of raw materials or power failure or other events preventing or delaying product manufacturing. in the purchase order and shall be charged/billed in the related invoice. Upon expiry of the terms of delivery agreed by the parties. 2. TOLERANCES The Buyer accepts the tolerances listed in the Vendor’s catalogues and/or technical specifications (latest version). Eight days after issuing the notice stating that the goods are ready. WARRANTIES B1. Should the Buyer use any products with patent faults. or lack of compliance with Any claims. The Vendor warrants that the supplied products comply with the specifications given in the catalogues and/or technical specifications (latest version). Any claim for alleged missing goods or damages must be notified upon delivery by adding a remark on the packing list. in case of delivery to destination. PRODUCT DELIVERY. each product category and/or delivery shall be considered a separate contract. The Vendor rejects any liability in case of restoration performed by third parties. In such case. 3. In case of part deliveries. in the same conditions of the time of delivery. storage or waiting shall be at the Buyer’s expense. and the Vendor shall not be deemed liable for any direct and/or indirect damages to the Buyer. If the confirmation applies to different categories of products or to separate/part deliveries. 2786. the Vendor shall charge to the Buyer all expenses for inspections and expert’s reports. Insulated Metal Panels and Accessories” approved by AIPPEG (the Italian Association of Manufacturers of Corrugated Panels and Components) and enclosure A “Regulations for Transporting. being it an usual phenomenon. After such period. in compliance with the “Regulations on transport. except to the extent set out in art. must be notified in writing (registered mail or telegram) to the Vendor within eight days after receiving the products. require the delivery. do not exempt the Buyer from withdrawing the remaining amounts of products ordered. importation ban. ORDER . After such term. without any rights for the Buyer to receive an indemnification for any damages directly or indirectly caused by such delay. shall be hereby considered force majeure and the Vendor shall not be deemed liable for late delivery. Any packaging must be required Any warranty shall be voided following uses not compliant with the “performance” characteristics of the products. registered as a Deed on 22 January 1993 n°000430 1 B in Milan in the section of “Public Deeds” and Registered for notification purposes with the Milan Chamber of Commerce in the section “Contractual Conditions and Charges” on 9 February 1993. fire. Any events preventing or delaying product manufacturing including but not limited to strike (including company strike). with an allowance of fifteen working days. the Vendor has the right to store the products outdoors and be exempted by any and all liabilities. the Vendor is exempted from any liability related to product tarnishing. Registry no. SHIPMENT AND TRANSPORTATION The Vendor shall comply with the agreed terms of delivery. In case the products provided are not suitable for their intended use.B1 AIPPEG RECOMMENDATIONS: CONTRACT CONDITIONS GENERAL TERMS OF SALE FOR RIBBED SHEETS. as follows: • by restoration of the products by the Vendor. including timely ones. also in case of C&F delivery and transportation carried out by the Vendor itself or commissioned by the Vendor to a third party. the Buyer shall collect the ordered products or. Products will be transported at the Buyer’s risk also in case of C&F delivery. any claims. The warranty for products with organic coating shall be performed by the Vendor.ACCEPTANCE The Buyer’s order shall be deemed a purchase proposal and shall be irrevocable for thirty days. the Buyer waives any rights to warranty following faults and/or low quality and/or dissimilarity of the products. Claimed products must be kept at the Vendor’s disposal. 6. 3 above. The date of the order acceptance shall be the same date as postmark or telefax with order confirmation. otherwise the goods warranty shall be deemed invalid. and Accessories “ deposited on 21 January 1993 with Notary Public Maria Celeste Pampuri of Milan. The Buyer shall be under obligation to check the product conditions upon receipt. 71034 Folder no. Should such event continue for over thirty days. except those set out in Art. and within fifteen calendar days after receiving a notice stating that the goods are ready. The Vendor reserves the right to ship the products to a destination assigned to the Buyer or to store them at the Buyer’s expense. the Vendor shall have the right to delay delivery until the force majeure event ceases to exist. The party hereinafter called the Buyer is the receiver of the invoices issued for the products hereof. Handling and Storing Corrugated Sheets. at its discretion. any warranty shall be voided.1 . The warranty provided by the Vendor for the restored elements shall not be renewed. the Vendor shall have the right to terminate the agreement. the Vendor shall issue the related invoice and the payment term shall begin. except for their compliance with current regulations. Metal surfaces without organic coating are not subject to any warranty. PACKAGING The products are sold without packaging. 1229 of the Civil Code. 5. Insulated Metal Panels. or • by payment of an amount up to one third of the original price of the faulted organic coating. 4. they shall be returned in a location agreed by the parties. In case a claim is found to be groundless. the amount of such payment shall be progressively reduced according to the period of use of the delivered product. any warranties shall be deemed invalid and the Buyer shall be charged an additional 1% of the product value per week for handling and storage costs. Specific warranties and/or certifications may be issued on specific request by the Buyer in the purchase order. lock-out. Any stopover. The Vendor’s confirmation shall be deemed an order acceptance and shall be the sole document binding the parties and governing all matters excluded from these “General Terms of Sale”. including those carried out by third parties. The Buyer is not entitled to any rights of terminating the contract. INSULATED METAL PANELS AND ACCESSORIES “General Terms of Sale for Corrugated Sheets. Claims must be detailed in order to allow the Vendor to perform a timely inspection. PARTIES The party hereinafter called the Vendor is the manufacturing company or the company that provides and invoices the products hereof. 1.

The Vendor reserves the right to modify the products or carry out any improvement it deems necessary. 7. including joinder of claims. B1. including product installation. In case of late payment. JURISDICTION Any disputes that may arise from the construction. 11. termination of the contract and/or these “General Terms of Sale”. In case the product payment occur by drafts or securities (checks. 9. do not entitle to a suspension of payments. the contract shall be governed by the regulations on sale contained in art. GOVERNING LAW Unless expressly set out in these “General Terms of Sale”. the prices shall be modified and the increase applied upon invoicing.2 . or concurrent proceedings against the Buyer.). any price variations shall apply only to products delivered after the price increase. 90% metal • panels: 10% labour. the Buyer shall be subject to the acceleration clause also for the current supplies. insulating materials and other materials shall be priced according to the declaration of the Vendor’s Supplier. handling and storage” set out in Enclosure A and any special instructions given by the Vendor. In case of increases over 2% of the product costs. Labour shall be priced according to A.M. both as legal action or exception. PRICING Prices are calculated according to the current costs at the date of the order. the conditions of the industries manufacturing raw materials and the supplying conditions. the amounts paid shall be returned to the Buyer without interest. 60% external coating. excluding any rights to indemnification for any damages. the amounts paid shall be retained by the Vendor as deposit. tamponi chiudigreca. metals shall be priced according to the price list of the Chamber of Commerce of Milan. the Vendor reserves the right to terminate the contract in case of events or circumstances altering market stability. 30% insulating components. ridge caps) not supplied and/or not expressly approved by the Vendor. tables. PAYMENT Payments shall be made at the Vendor’s premises. In case of Buyer’s default of payment. ridges. or related to them. or admonitory. The Vendor shall have the right to terminate the contract without prejudice should it become aware of the existence of protests. in whole or in part. enforcement. and following the use of tools for product installation (such as fixing systems. In case of default of payment at the expiry date. CONTRACT TERMINATION Other than in the cases set out in Art. in case of Vendor’s default. execution. shall be settled in the Vendor’s jurisdiction. Should the Vendor subsequently reject the order. 8. the Vendor shall have the right to ask for execution of art.A.the “Regulations on transport.I. 10. Any claims or disputes. both judicial and extra-judicial. ordinary. Any variation of the price of accessories shall be applied in a conventional way. drafts. etc. The collection of amounts of money by the Vendor upon presentation of the purchase order shall not be deemed an acceptance of the order itself. In case of part deliveries. The bill sent by the Vendor to the Buyer shall be deemed accepted by the Buyer unless objected within fifteen days after receipt. 1460 and 1461 of the Civil Code.N. 3 above. currency value. the Buyer shall receive twice the amount paid. 1470 and following articles of the Civil Code. excluding any rights to indemnification of main damages. such securities must be received by the Vendor before or upon product withdrawal. with full acknowledgment of the actual variation according to the following percentages: • ribbed sheets: 10% labour. applying the relevant variations of the official ISTAT index of living cost. the Buyer shall pay an interest equal to the official discount rate plus five points. from the expiry date of the payment term agreed by the parties to the date of the actual payment.

or composite material sheets positioned at distances established according to product characteristics. It is recommended to provide temporary protection of the required product specifications (aesthetic characteristics in particular). Products must be loaded on vehicles according to carrier instructions. STORAGE Following is the unabridged text of article 7.packs must not be more than 1 m.B2 AIPPEG REGULATIONS: ENCLOSURE A ENCLOSURE A REGULATIONS FOR TRANSPORT. preferably made of expanded plastic or wood. Product packs must always be equipped with a support system to uniformly distribute weight and allow for proper handling. The type of packing varies with product characteristics. 3. Straps must not be used as harnesses for hoisting. The number of sheets per pack must be such as to keep the overall pack weight within the limits of the hoisting and transport equipment used. The carrier must secure packs to the vehicle using crosswise slings positioned at a maximum distance of 3 m. different in length. Such phenomena are particularly dangerous for metals. handling or fitting operations. white rust on zinc).compliance with any other Manufacturer’s specification. slope 5% Packs must be transported by suitable vehicles. Packaging must be fully and properly specified in the purchase order on the basis of the means to be used for transportation (cages or cases for transhipment. expanded plastic materials. min. etc. Special loading conditions will only be accepted upon written request by the Buyer. It is also recommended to properly indicate the hoisting points for handling and hoisting operations. rail transport or shipping). cardboard.protection against permanent deformation of elements bearing the weight of the whole pack or of stacked packs Profiled sheets and panels are usually supplied in packs. If stored products are not collected for installation within a short period of time. if not included in the packaging. Packs must be placed on a flat surface and expanded plastic or wooden spacers of suitable size and number must be positioned under the packs. . polyethylene film (heat-shrinkable or stretchable) or other materials. with flat surfaces longer than the slabs and positioned at suitable distances according to product characteristics. . Packs must be stored in dry places to prevent water stagnation and condensation on the internal elements. Any different grouping of elements and/or special packaging must be specified in the purchase order and acknowledged by the seller. Such support systems may include expanded plastic or dry wooden joists. INSULATED METAL PANELS AND ACCESSORIES 1. packs must be tied with straps (no metal wire) and suitable protection devices (edge-protectors. It is preferable not to stack packs.3 of UNI 10372 Regulation (in Italics): During the manufacturing process.1 of UNI 10372 Regulation (in Italics): To maintain their durability after installation.protection of the product surface against abrasion.packs must be stacked fitting suitable expanded plastic or wooden spacers between the packs. it is nonetheless necessary to make sure that stacking does not damage product surfaces in any way. 2. especially if they are to be temporarily stored outdoors (see figure). they should be covered with tarpaulin. . Packs must always be stored lifted from the ground. . who shall be fully liable in such cases. . on lower pack supports (see figure…. metal roofing elements must not be damaged during storage. Packs must be stored in a suitable way to facilitate water run off. when the stacking of lightweight packs is possible. both in the warehouse and in the yard: they must be positioned on supports. Packs must be loaded on a completely free and clean platform. Take the necessary precautions against electrochemical corrosion due to contact between different metals during storage. especially during handling. positioned at distances established according to product characteristics. . and may cause oxidation (ex.packs must be clearly marked with where to position hoisting harnesses. depth or height. with a matching curve for curved packs). The Buyer collecting products is responsible for instructing the drivers in this matter. During the following phases the Manufacturer must take precautions in order to guarantee the following: . Packaging must be carried out in compliance with Manufacturer’s parameters. . B2. Materials used for packaging are usually as follows: wood. and: . Vehicles partially loaded with other materials or with unsuitable loading platforms are not acceptable. Spacers must be of the largest size applicable and in sufficient number. The carrier is fully liable for damage to the load and shall take all the necessary precautions to prevent damage due to the weight on the bottom pack or pressure at tying points. The support surface must be compatible with pack shape: flat for flat packs.protection against water stagnation or condensation. in order to minimize the pack volume during storage and transportation. with a matching curve for curved packs.protection of corners and edges against impact and crushing.1 B1. and must always be positioned vertically.). The load must always be covered during transportation and the side running along the vehicle must be waterproofed.1 . transport. PACKAGING Following is the unabridged text of article 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE OF CORRUGATED SHEETS.2 of UNI 10372 Regulation (in Italics): The shape of elements is designed to allow stacking. and shall prevent product deformation caused by slings. . the above mentioned materials are usually protected by polyethylene film (adhesive or cling-film) or by other systems. if such areas are not self-evident. TRANSPORTATION Following is the unabridged text of article 7. provided that each pack is secured by at least two crosswise slings. A perfect vertical alignment of spacers is required.packs must be supported by expanded plastic or wooden spacers. always fit expanded plastic or wooden spacers between packs.).the support surface must be compatible with the pack shape (flat for flat packs. which are less exposed to the air.

transport must be carried out by at least two people according to panel length. a steady support surface should prevent water stagnation. Hoisting equipment and gloves must be clean and able to prevent damage. HOISTING AND HANDLING Following is the unabridged text of article 7. slope Make sure that harnesses and supports cannot move during hoisting and that all operations are carried out with caution and gradually.). in order to maintain original product characteristics. positioned in order to take the weight evenly and correctly and to prevent deformation (see figure). make sure the film is completely removed during installation. Packs must not be positioned near processing areas (such as metal cutting. The use of fork-lifts is not recommended. 5% min. If materials are wrapped in protective film. Handling must always be carried out wearing suitable protective equipment (gloves. In all cases. etc. painting. authorization from the Work Management should be sought at all times. Packs must be laid down only on roof frameworks with suitable surface. Materials must be protected from direct sunlight at all times. Always take other ongoing operations into account. as such equipment may damage the packs.4 of UNI 10372 Regulation (in Italics): Packs must always be lifted by means of slings positioned at a minimum of two points separated by a distance not less than half the length of the pack itself. It is recommended to use suitable spacers consisting of heavy-duty wooden or plastic boards positioned above and below the pack. free of dust and humidity. keeping the panel upright as illustrated. to avoid direct contact between the slings and the pack. fumes. since it may cause product alteration. Packs laid down at roof level must always be properly secured to the framework. Individual panels must be moved by hoisting the element without dragging it over the lower panel and rotating it upright alongside the pack. in terms of strength. Carry out any other specific instructions of the Manufacturer. or over a maximum overall height of approximately 2. Suitable supports are required for stacking.2 . and especially for yard storage. The best storage locations are closed spaces with some ventilation. On the basis of experience and subject to compliance with current regulations. 4. at least 10 cm wide. splashing. overalls etc. In all cases. it is recommended not to exceed twelve months of uninterrupted storage in closed spaces.) in compliance with current regulations. If tarpaulin is used. safety shoes. sandblasting. B2. The slings used for hoisting must preferably be made of synthetic fibre (nylon).Such spacers must be at least 4 cm longer than the pack and at least as wide as that of the sling. make sure it is waterproof and properly ventilated to prevent condensation and water stagnation. Outdoor storage should not exceed three months. or where vehicles pass by or stop (impact. and in any case within three months of materials becoming usable. etc.) Do not stack more than three packs. lower spacers must be sufficiently wide to prevent deformation of the lower elements due to pack weight. support and safety conditions. welding. Before hoisting a pack.6 m.

4.5 Metal coating Incl.2 2.1.1.4 Performance (maximum load) 1.2.2 UNI 9029 4.4 1. The following quality standards include a comprehensive list of the characteristics and performance specifications of such products.1.5.1.3 1.4. 1.4.2 2.1.2 and 4.6 Organic coating: pre-painted and plasticized EN 10169-1 ENV 10169-2 prEN 10169-3 prEN 508 1-2-3 UNi 10372 UNi EN 1396 1.1.4 2.2 5.1.2 See appendix for values 1.2. 2 ≥ Fe E 280G Class 1 Faces 2-3-4 4.1 2. breakage load = 150 MPa) Type: AISI 304 (unless different request) Type: Vendor’s statement (if specifically required) 1.2.3 Shape tolerance 1.1 .3.4 1.2 Corrosion (test method) 1.1 above.91 Pr UNIPLAST 517 3.1.4 Brilliance Enclosure B 2.1 Carbon steel prEN 508-1 1.1.2 and 4.5.1. values and remarks metal faces applicable to point 1.1.5 Maintenance UNI 10372 and inspection Chapter 6 1.3 Stainless steel prEN 508-3 Enclosure A Faces B3.4.7 Multi-layer prEN 508-1 bituminous UNI 10372 coating 1.5.2 Aluminium prEN 508-2 UNI EN 485-4 UNI 3813 1. 76364 Folder no.3. Registry no.4.3.2.3 Stainless steel prEN 508-3 UNI 10372 3. Insulating material 1.1 Specifications MATERIAL REGULATION REFERENCE VALUE-REMARKS 1.3.3.4 1.3.2 6.4 Copper prEN 506 UNI EN 1172 6.1 Hard Same regulations.3.2 Hard cellular plastic Enclosure A See appendix for values See appendix for values See appendix for values 2. The products listed in this enclosure are usually employed for industrialized construction.4 2.2 Aluminium prEN 508-2 UNI 10372 3.3 6. Deposited on 21 January 1993 with Notary Public Maria Celeste Pampuri of Milan.2 Thickness tolerance 1.3 Eurocode 3 Section 1-4 1.4. differentiated coating and crackfree zinc-coated steel 1.1 4-5-9 3.3 EN 10169-1 Values and tolerances as stated by the Vendor Values and tolerances as stated by the Vendor 1.5. according to the relevant national and European regulations (updated June 1999). 2.1 Carbon steel prEN 508-1 UNI EN 10147 UNI 10372 3.2 and 4.2 Aluminium UNI 8634 Eurocode 9 prEN 508-2 1.2 Thickness tolerance 2.3 Stainless steel CNR Instructions 10022-84 Eurocode 3 Section 1. 3001 registered as a Deed on 30 July 1993 in Milan n° 14284 1 B in the section of “Public Deeds” and Registered for notification purposes with the Milan Chamber of Commerce in the section “Contractual Conditions and Charges” on 23 July 1993. references.3.1 and 3.5 4.1.5.1 Class 1 Tab.B3 AIPPEG RECOMMENDATIONS: ENCLOSURE B ENCLOSURE B QUALITY STANDARDS FOR RIBBED SHEETS AND INSULATED METAL PANELS Enclosure B “Quality Standards for Corrugated Sheets and Insulated Metal Panels” approved by AIPPEG ( the Italian Association of Manufacturers of Corrugated Panels and Components) .2 and 4.4 Fe E 250 G (min. INSULATED METAL PANELS 1.1.1.3 EN 10169-1 (Colour and brilliance not considered for multi-layer bituminous coating) 3.2 and 4. yield point = 250 N/mm2) Alloys: Vendor’s statement (min.3 6.3 Stainless steel prEN 508-3 UNI EN 10088-2 4.4 Copper UNi EN 1172 6.2 UNI 10386 2. 1 = Fe E 250G Tab.2.2 Aluminium prEN 508-2 Enclosure A 2.4 Class 1 2. RIBBED SHEETS 1.2 Enclosure F (information) 1.1 Carbon steel CNR Instructions 10022-84 AIPPEG Recommendations Eurocode 3 Section 1.3 Mineral fibres Health Ministry’s Circular n. 23 .1 Characteristics prEN 508-1-2-3 EN 10169-1 ENV 10169-2 prEN 10169-3 UNI EN 1396 ASTM B 117 ASTM B 287 (Al) Values and tolerances as stated by the Vendor 1.4 Copper prEN 506 UNI 10372 UNI EN 1172 prEN 508-1 UNI EN 10147 UNI 10372 UNI EN 1396 3.4.1. The Vendor warrants that the products comply with the following quality standards.1.11.2 1.3 Colour ECCS Recommendations (pre-painted)European Convention for Constructional Steelwork Section I “Design” – Art.1 Carbon steel prEN 508-1 UNI EN 10143 4.5 Durability 1.2 2.5.4.4 6.6 2.25.3.1.4 Enclosure A 6.1 Specifications MATERIAL REGULATION REFERENCE VALUE-REMARKS 1.

2 above.06.3.3 above.4.4. The esthetical qualities of these products match those of the products in use in the field of industrialized construction and depend on the tolerances specified in this enclosure.3.10 Edge undulation: max.11 Arch radius and angles (curved ribbed sheets) radius : ± 5% of nominal radius angle: ± 3 % of nominal angle a 2.6 Curvature radius: ± 5 mm ± 1/10 h ± 15 mm + 2 mm . it is deemed on the basis of experience that any bubbles up to 5% of the surface of single panel and with maximum size of 0.61 2.5 Acoustic UNI 8270 performance (for specific requirements) Certified reference with statement of compliance by the Vendor 2.5. 1000 mm) d = deviation (d must be measured every 1000 mm) 2.4 Other Same regulations.5 h ≤ 2 mm/m (max 10 mm) A.3.1.1.1 Maximum load ECCS Recommendations Section I Reference to the Vendor’s Technical Specifications Industry Ministry Decree 02.1. In absence of relevant regulations.01. 91 14.3.2.5 % available width A.1. references.1 Hard Same regulations.1.2 Height of stiffening ribs: A.5 mm ± 2.6 Esthetical requirements 2. This applies to panels where the insulating material has also the function of transferring loads. values and remarks metal faces applicable to point 1.85 2. references. 2.I.98 2. homologation with statement of compliance by the Vendor Certified reference with statement of compliance by the Vendor 2.3.0 mm ± 1 mm The measurement of h thickness includes all kinds of faces and excludes multi-layer bituminous coating.09. B3.3 Shape tolerance 2.4.3 Fire Ministry of the Interior resistance Decree 26.5 Actual cover width: h ≤ 50 mm 50 mm < h ≤ 100 mm h > 100 mm A.2 .2 Products 2.84 Ministry of the Interior Decree 14.2 Panels Compared to nominal values declared by Vendor h ≤ 100 mm = ± 2 mm h >100 mm = ± 3 mm APPENDIX – prEN 508-1-2-3 and 506 – SIZE TOLERANCES A.1.5 above. 3 mm ± 2 mm ± 3 mm ± 4 mm + 2 mm .5 mm for all lengths A.4.2. ± 10 mm 3 mm L ≤ 300 mm s ≤ 1% L > 300 mm s = max.3 Distance between corrugations: h ≤ 50 mm 50 mm < h ≤ 100 mm h > 100 mm A.4 Fire resistance (for specific requirements) Ministry of the Interior Decree 30.1. The esthetical qualities of the finished products depend on the specific use. references.5 Durability 2.3 Planarity L = distance between measurement endpoints (max.4.3.4 Performance 2.5.1 Length 2.04.4 Vendor’s statement (on request) 2.1. values and remarks applicable to point 1.4 Width of ridges and valleys of corrugations: ± 1.3 MainteUNI 10372 Chapter 6 nance and ECCS Recommendations inspection Section II Chapter 7 Quality standards for products different from those listed above must be agreed in advance in writing by the parties.2 m2 per bubble cannot affect panel functionality. 15 mm Statement of calculation or test method A.83 Ministry of the Interior Circular n.7 Camber: 2.1 Corrugation height: h ≤ 50 mm 50 mm < h ≤ 100 mm h > 100 mm A.5 Bubbles Bubbles are defined as convex areas with no adherence between insulating material and coating. deviation S = ± 2 mm/500 mm Overlap: min. ECCS Recommendations Section II 2.2.1 mm A.1 Faces Same regulations.0 mm A. 2.5.11.8 Out of perpendicular: S ≤ 0. values and remarks parameters applicable to point 1.1. 2.1.9 Sheet length: + 10 mm up to 3000 mm + 20 mm over 3000 mm (unless otherwise agreed) .1. ECCS Recommendations Section II “Good Practice”.0 mm ± 1.2 Misalignment of metal faces 2.2 Insulation Statement of available lambda of the insulating materials for thermal calculation purposes Certified reference or M.

the design and type of rook. 6.2. 1. Make sure that overhead electric cables or other materials do not interfere with the corrugated sheets/panels. Make sure that the building yard is suitable for material storage and handling.1. For flatter roofs. 81115 Folder no. CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS Corrugated sheets/panels are used in civil and industrial construction applications in order to build roofs. ROOFING 1. normal and prestressed reinforced concrete. registered as a Deed on 22 February 1994 n°02379 1 B in Milan in the section of “Public Deeds” and Registered for notification purposes with the Milan Chamber of Commerce in the section “Contractual Conditions and Charges” on 10 February 1994.2 monolithic insulated panels 2. CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS 3. or wall height. the operator shall: The following Recommendations provide reference information for the installation of corrugated sheets and insulated metal panels.2 3. to ensure that the installation is carried out in compliance with project specifications. 2. 1. FITTING SEQUENCE The correct sequence for fitting roof panels is as set out below.1. 1. with a single element. For deck roofing. Corrugated sheets and insulated metal panels are quick and easy to install. 3. The length of metal elements essentially depends on transportation and handling requirements. The operator shall carry out all operations in compliance with current safety regulations. the slope is determined on the basis of the type of joint. walls and floors. Examine project drawings and comply with the instructions. Make sure that the support framework surfaces which will come into contact with the corrugated sheets/panels are compatible with one another or otherwise protected from electrochemical corrosion. Make sure that support frameworks for corrugated sheets/panels are correctly aligned. An efficient. Hoisting. the materials used and environmental conditions.1.2 sandwich carried out during installation 2.1.1 single corrugated sheet A) Single corrugated sheet and prefabricated monolithic sandwich 4.2. PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS 4. For fixing operations we recommend the use of a screwdriver with torque limiter.1 . INTRODUCTION 2. Each project shall take into account the needs of individual building yards. elements (roofing panels in particular) shall be correctly overlaid. Make sure that operations at ground and roof level are compatible with yard activities. ROOFING SLOPE The roof slope depends on environmental conditions. in compliance with current safety and accident prevention regulations. To prevent condensation. they can be fitted to all kinds of support framework: metalwork. ROOFS (slopes. covering the entire pitch length. FINISHING COMPONENTS 2. Support surfaces shall be suitable for use with corrugated sheets and insulated metal panes and related fixing methods. 5. follow the Supplier’s instructions. The use of abrasive disc tools is not recommended. FLOORS (fitting sequences) 7. They are complementary to UNI 10372 Regulation “Discontinuous cover panels – Instructions for the design and production of metal sheets”. fitting sequences) 5. For all cutting operations in the yard.2 monolithic insulated panels 1.1 1. in order to prevent damage to sheets/panels. the slope is generally no less than 7%. WALLS (fitting sequences) 6.1. stability and functioning. shears). FASTENERS 8. section 4. FLOORS 3. The sole of boots worn by personnel responsible for installation shall not damage the outer facing of sheets/panels. but also have qualified personnel suitable for yard operations. on the material used and on production technology. always use suitable tools (reciprocating saw.2.2 1. well-organized and properly coordinated yard is the best guarantees of overall installation productivity. walls and floors differ. 4.B4 AIPPEG REGULATIONS: ENCLOSURE C ENCLOSURE C RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF CORRUGATED SHEETS AND INSULATED METAL PANELS Enclosure C ‘RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF CORRUGATED SHEETS AND INSULATED METAL PANELS’ approved by AIPPEG (the Italian Association of Manufacturers of Corrugated Panels and Components deposited on 14 February 1994 with Notary Public Maria Celeste Pampuri of Milan. which shall be equipped with suitable handling and installation tools. Support frameworks and fixing elements of corrugated sheets/panels shall be of suitable size and shall comply with project conditions in terms of safety. INTRODUCTION Before starting operations in the yard.1 corrugated sheet 2. the slope may be reduced to the minimum allowing water to run off correctly. or several floor spans. Most frequent conditions: For roofing with pitch elements without end-to-end joints (pitch-length sheets).1 1.1 3. PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS 1. handling and storage of corrugated sheets/panels at roof level shall be carried as set out in Enclosure A. 2. SUMMARY 1. 3. Registry no. 3208.2 pre-insulated deck 2.1 prefabricated monolithic sandwich 3.3 single sheet sheet with supporting concrete corrugated sheet as disposable formwork The fitting sequences of roofs. and wood. WALLS B4.1 prefabricated monolithic sandwich 1.3 corrugated sheet single corrugated sheet sandwich carried out during installation deck carried out during installation In the event of overlap at the head of panels. 2. The company responsible for installing the corrugated sheets/panels shall not only be fully conversant with the characteristics of the materials in use. The Seller shall not be liable in cases in which the following Recommendations are disregarded or yard operations are carried out improperly.

Remove the polythene protective film from all accessories before fitting them. C) Deck carried out during installation (type 1. it is recommended to make a heat break between B4. Any waste.flat panel: end-to-end joint with a properly moulded flashing between the panels. 6. 9. Lay the outside sheet in compliance with steps 1 to 8 of section A) Single corrugated sheet. Secure all corrugations to ridge lines.3) and pre-insulated Deck (type 1. paying particular attention to the fixings and the joints with the door and window frames. Remove the protective film from the wall panels. 3. Waterproofing is guaranteed by the layers to be fitted later (bituminous or synthetic membrane.2) Crossed corrugated sandwich sheeting 1. WALLS FITTING SEQUENCE The correct sequence for fitting wall panels is as set out below. drains and head overlaps.1 and 1. 7.2) B.1. Secure all panels after checking that they are perfectly lined up. if used. and also the metalwork which has to be installed before the wall (such as drips. gutter.2 . superimposing them to those already laid along the gutter (in the event of pitch made of two or more elements).1) 1. Fit rigid spacers of suitable size. superimposing them to those already laid along the gutter (in the event of pitch made of two or more elements). All waste material. B. etc. Remove the protective film from roofing elements and accessories. Secure the panels after checking that they are perfectly lined up. Fit gutters and joint flashings. positioned as shown in the drawings.1). Secure the panels after checking that they are perfectly lined up. For panel installation. Fit the panels starting from the foot of the wall. 8. Fit the inside sheets starting from the gutter and one edge of the building. under-ridges and joint flashings. Fit the insulating material (making sure that heat insulation is uniform). 4. Secure all panels after checking that they are perfectly lined up. 7. making sure that the elements are correctly overlapped and aligned and that they are perfectly perpendicular to the underlying structure. Fit the finishing components (corner strips.2) metal spacers are used.1) Parallel corrugated sandwich sheeting 1. Fit the insulating material (making sure that heat insulation is uniform). positioned as shown in the drawings.1. Fit the panels starting from the foot of the wall. the joint shall be carried out on the continuous part of the framework as follows: . perimeter edging. Fit rigid spacers of suitable size. 2. A) Single corrugated sheet and prefabricated monolithic sandwich (type 2. the joint shall be carried out on the continuous part of the framework.1. the insulating material shall be removed in advance from the overlapping area. Fit finishing components (ridges.2) Follow the instructions that apply to inside sheets. sheets shall be fixed after temporary removal of the insulating materials. especially metal scrapings. 2. making sure that the elements are correctly overlapped and aligned and that they are perfectly perpendicular to the underlying structure. 2. etc. Fit roofing elements starting from the gutter and one edge of the building.1) 1. Fix the base metalwork (where required) and the joint flashings: these elements can be installed before fitting the inside sheet or before fitting the outside sheet. Secure all panels after checking that they are perfectly lined up. rigid spacers are not required. where required. 7. separating layer. as required by the project. as set out in section B. 5. any special layers (such as steam barrier. where required. shall be immediately removed. joints.) and any head “buffers”. 2. Secure all corrugations to ridge lines. 5. B. paying particular attention to the fixings and joints with other roofing elements. The sheets shall be joined along longitudinal overlaps. Fit all flashing elements for the first sheet (under-ridges. especially metal scrapings. shall be immediately removed. 3. it is recommended to provide for a heat break between the spacers and the outside corrugated sheet. Remove protective film from roofing elements and accessories. Fit gutters. Fit the inside sheets starting from the gutter and one edge of the building. Carry out a general inspection and cleaning of the wall. it is recommended to make a heat break between the spacers and the outside corrugated sheet. positioned as shown in the drawings. 10. 6.) 5. 4. after having removed the protective film. taking care to make joints correctly and to make sure the panels are upright. etc. Fit rigid spacers of suitable size. taking care to make joints correctly and to make sure the panels are upright. Sandwich carried out during installation (type 2.1) Parallel corrugated sheet sandwich 1. shall be immediately removed.(type 1. Fix the base metalwork (where required) at the foot of the wall. Remove protective film from roofing elements and accessories. Remove the protective film from the wall panels. 4. 3. These elements can be installed before fitting the inside sheet or before fitting the outside sheet. Any waste. If the wall height or the type of material require the installation of two or more vertical panels. separating layer.1 and 2. 6. any special layers (as steam barrier. If metal spacers are used. 8.). internal corner connectors etc). 5. paying particular attention to the fixings and joints with other roofing elements. If metal spacers are used. connectors for the openings. especially metal scrapings. For pre-insulated Deck. . Lay the succeeding panels. Remove all waste material and carry out a general inspection of the roofing. consult project instructions. For the following Deck carried out during installation. Lay the succeeding panels. If 3.1. if used. 5.corrugated panel and corrugated sheet: as for flat panel or by overlapping the panels. etc. sealing caps and all flashing elements) and insulating materials. drains and head overlaps.) and any head “buffers”. 6. 4. B. making sure that the elements are correctly overlapped and aligned and that they are perfectly perpendicular to the underlying structure.2. 5. rigid spacers are not required. 4.2. If the secondary support framework can be fitted directly with an inside sheet. insulation is guaranteed by the insulating material to be fitted later.2.1. For horizontally positioned corrugated sheets/panels. Lay the outside sheet in compliance with steps 2 to 6 of this section B. 2. gutter. If the wall height or the type of material require the installation of two or more series of vertical panels. Remove all waste material and carry out a general inspection of the roofing. where required. 6. 7. B. Sandwich carried out during installation (type 1. If the secondary support framework can be fitted directly with an inside sheet. connectors for roofing and openings. where required. 3. special elements).

If the secondary support framework can be fitted directly with an inside sheet. or any other substance that may prevent adhesion to the concrete. perimeter edging.1). in compliance with the requirements of each building).threaded hooks with nut (usually for fixing to tube elements) 2.the spacers and the outside corrugated sheet. Instructions for a correct installation: Roofs: .fired in nails (for floors and inside sheets of sandwich carried out during installation) . Fixing to wood framework: . shall be immediately removed. 10.1. etc. 6. Fix the base metalwork (where required) at the foot of the wall. in compliance with the type of overlap. 4.1): a whole kit. Fixing to metal framework: . shall be immediately removed. Position the electrically welded wire mesh and/or framework bars at the supports in compliance with project instructions. Carry out a general inspection and cleaning of the wall. 9. C) Corrugated sheet as disposable formwork (type 3. Fit the insulating material (making sure that heat insulation is uniform).external facing (type 1. where applicable.3 . then join the sheets along lengthwise overlaps. If metal spacers are used. corrugated sheets/panels are fixed with screws of different type. to be fitted to the corrugation ridge. siding and flooring system.1) 1. 8. 1.. Fit concrete containing elements. Fit rigid spacers of suitable size. All waste material.2): screw and gasket (where required). paying particular attention to the fixings and the joints with the door and window frames. Check that the sheets are perfectly lined up and perpendicular to the underlying framework. special elements). Fit the outside sheet in compliance with section B. always consult project instructions.2) 1. If the inside sheet is made of staves. Cast the concrete paying attention to avoid accumulation. where required. etc. nails. The density and position of fixings required varies with the characteristics of the construction elements. 8.wood screws . washers to be welded during installation. Fit concrete containing elements. after checking that they are perfectly lined up. Fit the insulating material (making sure that heat insulation is uniform). Fit flashing elements for the first sheet (joints.. 7. For horizontally positioned corrugated sheets/panels. 2. 9.1. paying particular attention to the fixings and the joints with the door and window frames. 3.). Fit the finishing components (corner strips. It is necessary to make sure that corrugated sheets are free from oxide and oil stains.1.1. especially metal scrapings.1. usually with rivets fitted along the longitudinal overlap. Fit the outside sheet in compliance with section B. B4. Walls: . FASTENERS Fasteners are essential components of the roofing. rigid spacers are not required.prefabricated monolithic panels with “hidden” fixing: specific fixing kit Floors: screws. 4. 7. It is thus necessary to use the fasteners recommended by the Manufacturer of corrugated sheets/panels.).self-tapping and self-threading screws (depending on support thickness) . . Secure the sheets in compliance with project instructions. where framework bars are required. any special layers (as steam barrier.1.2 and 2. 7.2. . B. 5. This operation shall be carried out during fitting of the external sheet.2. steps 2 to 5. 6. 2. 7. For deck roofing and floors. Check that the sheets are perfectly lined up and perpendicular to the underlying framework. but a heat break is recommended. 4. 5. A) Single sheet (type 3. 10. caps and sealing gaskets. usually including screws. connectors for roofing and walls. especially metal scrapings. FLOORS FITTING SEQUENCES The correct sequence for fitting wall panels is as set out below.internal facing (type 1. 3. Remove the protective film from the floor panels. Direct fixing to reinforced concrete and prestressed reinforced concrete is not recommended. Remove the protective film from the wall panels. Use sealing adhesive tape to prevent concrete from dripping at the head junctions of corrugated sheets. This operation shall be carried out during fitting of the inside sheet.internal facing (type 2. Fit the panels starting from the foot of the wall. positioned as shown in the drawings. ribbed fixing is also recommended.2): screw and gasket (where required).threaded hooks 3. any special layers (as steam barrier. 1. perimeter edging.1. 2. Fit the sheets making sure that they are correctly juxtaposed and overlapped. Fixing to reinforced concrete and prestressed reinforced concrete: This fixing method applies to steel or wood support elements in compliance with the types set out at point 1 and 2. 2. In most cases. rigid spacers are not required. ribbed fixings are required. etc. where required.3 and 1. Secure the sheets in compliance with project instructions. at a maximum distance of 1000 mm. paying attention not to load the floor panels with concentrated loads.2. All waste material. 3. separating layer. Fit the finishing components (corner strips. If the project design requires the use of props. 1. 5. In any case. Complete the floor in compliance with project instructions. Follow the instructions set out at section B). except for step 5. after checking that they are perfectly lined up. and local climate situation (wind in particular). .1. separating layer.external facing (type 2. Carry out a general inspection and cleaning of the wall. For other roofing and siding elements. etc.2. the type and size of support. Fit the sheets making sure that they are correctly juxtaposed and overlapped. steps 2 to 5.1).1): screw and gasket. taking care to make joints correctly and to make sure the panels are upright. connectors for roofing and walls.thread-forming screws . Secure the panels after checking that they are perfectly lined up.2) Crossed corrugated sheet sandwich 1. providing corrugated sheets with the required counter tracing. in compliance with the requirements of each building). put them in place before concrete casting. especially in the centre of the floor span. Fix the perimeter edging. B) Sheet with supporting concrete (type 3. it is recommended to make a heat break between the spacers and the outside corrugated sheet. 6. consult project instructions. then join the sheets along lengthwise overlaps. in compliance with the support framework.1.2 and 1.3) 1.

4 . and play an important role in guaranteeing the performance characteristics of a project. FINISHING COMPONENTS Finishing components are an integral part of the whole installation. cups. under-ridges.). drains and rainwater downpipes. The finishing components include gaskets of different shapes. The Manufacturer of corrugated sheets/panels is usually able to provide finishing components as well. B4. which shall be fitted in compliance with project and/or supply instructions. etc.8. corner connectors. flashing (ridges. lighning conductors. door and window frames and secondary components. The Buyer shall define the range of finishing components required in compliance with its needs. The Manufacturer of corrugated sheets/panels is responsible for the compliance of materials with the order confirmation only for directly supplied and properly installed components. gutters. translucent slabs. ventilators. drips.

C .CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Construction detail for curved panel C1 Construction details for polyurethane panels C2 Construction details for mineral fibre panels C3 .

In this section we illustrate by way of suggestion for designers and fitters.C.1 . L as required CURVED PANEL C1. some of the commonest construction details used in installation. C1 CONSTRUCTION DETAIL FOR CURVED PANEL 1000 250 25 40 Thickness épaisseur 25 22 SECTION Distance between centres Curved panel Prefabricated beam in R. with simplified diagrams which go some way towards answering some of the most widespread problems which we are asked to clarify at the installation stage.

C2 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS FOR POLYURETHANE PANELS GASKET (RECOMMENDED) PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR GUTTER RAINWATER OUTLET INSULATED GUTTER GUTTER DETAIL – Central valley GASKET (RECOMMENDED) CAPPING MINERAL WOOL GASKET (RECOMMENDED) INSULATED GUTTER THERMAL BREAK RAINWATER OUTLET GUTTER DETAIL – External gutter (with the possibility of enlargement) C2.1 .

2 .CAPPING PANEL MINERAL WOOL DRIP INSULATED GUTTER THERMAL BREAK GASKET (RECOMMENDED) GUTTER SUPPORT RAINWATER OUTLET GUTTER DETAIL – External gutter (with parapet) ANGLE IRON COLUMN PANEL TO PANEL JOINT C2.

SUPPORT A (min 200 mm) ANGLE * DEPENDING ON THE SLOPE **MINIMUM INTERNAL RADIUS EDGE DETAIL – Joint at head of wall C2.3 500 mm .JOINT CAPPING MINERAL WOOL DIRECTION OF FITTING INNER CONNECTOR ANGLE IRON FOR FIXING WALL EDGE DETAIL – Curved connector CURVED INNER FLASHING B (min 200 mm) * SEALANT CURVED JOINT IN SITU INSULATION ** Z .

CAPPING RIBBED SHEET DIRECTION OF FITTING FLASHING MINERAL WOOL INNER CONNECTOR ANGLE IRON FOR FIXING WALL EDGE DETAIL – Joint at head of wall (with parapet) C2.3 .

4 .MINERAL WOOL PUNCHED RUBBER BUFFER SIMPLE RIDGE GASKET (RECOMMENDED) UNDER-RIDGE RIDGE DETAIL – Simple ridge MINERAL WOOL PUNCHED RUBBER BUFFER (RECOMMENDED) HINGED RIDGE GASKET (RECOMMENDED) UNDER-RIDGE RIDGE DETAIL – Hinged ridge C2.

5 .MINERAL WOOL PUNCHED RUBBER BUFFER (RECOMMENDED) FOLDED RIDGE GASKET (RECOMMENDED) UNDER-RIDGE RIDGE DETAIL – Curved ridge mm) A (min 200 * CURVED RIDGE B (min 200 m m) * SEALANT UNDER-RIDGE GASKET (RECOMMENDED) IN SITU INSULATION * DEPENDING ON THE SLOPE RIDGE DETAIL – Folded ridge C2.

6 .SINGLE-PITCH RIDGE PUNCHED RUBBER BUFFER (RECOMMENDED) RIDGE DETAIL – Single-pitch ridge GASKET (RECOMMENDED) OUTER WEATHERING PUNCHED RUBBER BUFFER (RECOMMENDED) INNER WEATHERING RIDGE DETAIL – Single-pitch ridge below wall C2.

Overlap at head of panel C2.FIXTURE ASSEMBLY * SEALANT GASKET * DEPENDING ON THE SLOPE OVERLAP AT HEAD OF PANEL ISOPLAST DOUBLE SLAB depending on the slop e FIXTURE ASSEMBLY (on every rib) END PLUG (RECOMMENDED) SPACER IF NECESSARY (for panel thicknesses over 30 mm) 70 mm SEALANT PANEL ISOPLAST DETAIL .7 .

PANEL FIXTURE ASSEMBLY depending on the slop e SEALANT END PLUG (RECOMMENDED) SPACER IF NECESSARY (for panel thicknesses over 30 mm) ISOPLAST DOUBLE SLAB ISOPLAST DETAIL .Overlap at head of Isoplast panel BASE SUPPORT 70 mm GASKET (RECOMMENDED) SLOPE 3° DRIP DRIP AT BASE C2.8 .

9 HEIGHT OF WINDOW FRAME .GASKET (RECOMMENDED) SLOPE 3° DRIP DRIP AT BASE DRIP JOINT AT SOFFIT SEALANT WINDOW FRAME SEALANT SLOPE 3° DRIP FITTING OF WINDOW FRAME (vertical section) C2.

WIDTH OF WINDOW FRAME STEEL UPRIGHT WINDOW FRAME MINERAL WOOL JOINT FLASHING SEALANT PANEL FITTING OF WINDOW FRAME (horizontal section) C2.10 .

1 . ROOFING PANEL JOINT C3.C3 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS FOR MINERAL FIBRE PANELS NON-FLAMMABLE INSULATING MATERIAL THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT FINISHING PROFILE SUPPORT PROFILE FINISHING PROFILE FIRE WALL to R.E.I.

I.I.THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT SPECIAL RIDGE SHEET FIXINGS FINISHING PROFILE THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT SUPPORT STRUCTURE FIRE RIDGE JOINT FOR R.E.E. ROOFING PANEL JOINT C3. PANELS THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT FINISHING PROFILE CORNER PROFILE FINISHING PROFILE FIRE WALL to R.2 .

I.FLASHING FOR FIXING WALL PANEL GUTTER SUPPORT BRACKET GUTTER RAINWATER DOWNPIPE METAL STRUCTURE WALL to R.E. ROOFING PANEL JOINT SMOOTH CURVED SECTION TO FACILITATE THE OVERLAP BETWEEN THE TWO FLASHINGS RIDGE FLASHING SECTION SHAPED TO MATCH THE RIBBED FACE OF THE ROOFING PANEL DOUBLE-SIDED ADHESIVE TAPE METAL STRUCTURE RIDGE JOINT C3.3 .

DIRECTION OF (FINISHING) LAYING THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT FIRE CORNER PROFILE FINISHING PROFILE WALL PLUG FIRE WALL WALL PANEL to R.4 .I.E. MASONRY JOINT C3.

FIRE CORNER PROFILE THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT WALL PLUG FINISHING PROFILE SUPPORT PROFILE FLASHING FLOOR PANEL to R.I. WALL JOINT C3.5 .E.

6 .FIRE FIRE CORNER PROFILE THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT WALL PLUG FLOOR PANEL to R. FLOOR JOINT C3.I.E.

7 . R.DIRECTION OF LAYING THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT SUPPORT PROFILE FINISHING PROFILE CORNER PROFILE FINISHING PROFILE FIRE DIRECTION OF LAYING JOINT: WALL to WALL. RATED C3.E.I.

E.I. MASONRY JOINT C3.DIRECTION OF (STARTING) LAYING THERMO-EXPANDING SEALANT FINISHING PROFILE CORNER PROFILE FIRE SUPPORT PROFILE WALL PLUG WALL FIRE WALL PANEL to R.8 .

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