termPIR®MAX 19 AL

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards

Unbeatable solution for increasing energy efficiency  of your building! 

The termPIR® MAX19 AL insulation boards comprise a rigid polyisocyanurate foam thermal insulation core, featuring a thermal conductivity coefficient of  0,019 [W/m·K]. The core is protected on both sides by gas resistant multilayer aluminium (AL), paper and polyethylene facings.

  • Technical data
  • Joint types
  • Logistyka: 1200 mm x 600 mm
  • Logistyka: 1200 mm x 2400 mm
  • Certificates
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Kind of core:
Rigid polyisocyanurate foam(PIR)
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Density [kg/m3]:
p = 30 kg/m3
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Declared heat transfer coefficient for lining λ:
λD = 0,019
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Type of facing:
Double-sided cladding consisting of aluminum, paper and polyethylene.
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Standard board dimensions [mm]:
600 x 1200 ; 1200 x 2400​​
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Available boards dimensions:
1000 x 1200 ; 1200 x 1200 ; 1800 x 1200 ; 1200 x 3000​​
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Joint types*:
FIT - flat milling, LAP - stepwise milling, TAG - tongue and groove
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Available boards thicknesses [mm]:
from 80 to 180
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Board thickness [mm]:
80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160
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Thermal resistance RD:
4,30 4,85 5,40 5,95 6,50 7,05 7,60 8,15 8,65
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Heat transfer coefficient U for roof:
0,23 0,20 0,18 0,16 0,15 0,14 0,13 0,12 0,11
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Heat transfer coefficient U for wall and floor:
0,22 0,20 0,18 0,16 0,15 0,14 0,13 0,12 0,11
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Reaction to fire (single board):
E

Milled edges facilitate assembly and increase thermal insulation.

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards

Joint types:
01.FIT (flat milling), 02.LAP (stepwise milling)*, 03.TAG (tongue and groove)*
* dimensions of boards with joint types are 2 to 4 % smaller

Loading and Unloading is carried out manually by single packages or using a fork lift provided with a grab for some packages. In case of longer, not typical panels, the relevant equipment or more persons should be provided for unnloading. In this way, panel breaking or damage can be prevented.

Note!
Boards are prone to damage, also when they are in the packaging. It is not allowed to throw or roll the packages. The transport of thermal insulation boards should be executed by trucks intended for this purpose. Upon the reception of insulation boards, the number and quality of the delivered commodities should be checked. Discrepancies should be described in the shipping list and reported to the manufacture immediately. Possible damage to boards on the truck should be documented with photographs.

Storage recommendations

  • packagesshould be stored in a dry place; they should not be put directly on the ground, but supports should be used,
  • do not place heavy objects on the panels, this can cause serious damage,
  • protect from weather conditions,
  • single boards should be transported vertically so as to avoid their breaking.

termPIR® thermal insulation boards are packed in packages enabling their handling. The typical package height is 500 mm.The number of panels depends on its thickness.

In the table belowe are the basic logistics parameters of termPIR® products. Detailed information has been included in the LOGISTICS CARDS.

 

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Covering area of one board [m²]:
0,72 m²
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Board dimensions:
1200 mm x 600 mm
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Packing method:
Packages packed in stacks:
4
Board thickness [mm]:
80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160
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Number of boards in a package:
6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3
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Number of packages in a stack:
10 8 10 8 8 8 8 8 8

Loading and Unloading is carried out manually by single packages or using a fork lift provided with a grab for some packages. In case of longer, not typical panels, the relevant equipment or more persons should be provided for unnloading. In this way, panel breaking or damage can be prevented.

Note!
Boards are prone to damage, also when they are in the packaging. It is not allowed to throw or roll the packages. The transport of thermal insulation boards should be executed by trucks intended for this purpose. Upon the reception of insulation boards, the number and quality of the delivered commodities should be checked. Discrepancies should be described in the shipping list and reported to the manufacture immediately. Possible damage to boards on the truck should be documented with photographs.

Storage recommendations

  • packagesshould be stored in a dry place; they should not be put directly on the ground, but supports should be used,
  • do not place heavy objects on the panels, this can cause serious damage,
  • protect from weather conditions,
  • single boards should be transported vertically so as to avoid their breaking.

termPIR® thermal insulation boards are packed in packages enabling their handling. The typical package height is 500 mm.The number of panels depends on its thickness.

In the table belowe are the basic logistics parameters of termPIR® products. Detailed information has been included in the LOGISTICS CARDS.

 

1
Covering area of one board [m²]:
2,88 m²
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Board dimensions:
1200 mm x 2400 mm
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Packing method:
Packages packed in stacks:
4
Board thickness [mm]:
80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160
5
Number of boards in a package:
6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3
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Number of packages in a stack:
5 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5
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Certificate and quality label:
CE

Why is it worth?

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards
High level of thermal insulation
λD = 0,022 W/mk

All you need is a 120 mm plate (applies to the roof partition) to meet the technical conditions for 2021

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards
Hardness and damage resistance - σ10 = 150kPa

They do not distort during use. They are light - boards 120 mm thick weight only 3,6/kg/m

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards
High water resistance - water absorption below 2%

They can be installed almost all year round because they do not absorb water

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards
Resistance to biological and chemical factors

You don't have to worry about fungus or mold

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards
Fire resistance

They don't keep the fire burning

The termPIR<sup>®</sup> insulation boards
Easy assembly

You don't need a specialist for assembly

Installation instruction

Boards can be installed in one or multiple layers in an interlocking manner. Install mechanically with fasteners, glue or suspend- depending on the kind of substructure and type of waterproofing.