Panouri de acoperis IsoCop CF

Description

The panel consists of a rigid plate support, which allows optimal finish and a flexible support. This panel is produced with the same profiles and colours as the classic roofing panel with three or five corrugations. The non-metal surface consists of bituminous felt suitable for waterproof application.

  • High thermal insulation.
  • Mechanical behaviour comparable to corrugated plate.
  • Longitudinal overlapping.
  • Integration with skylights, sheet metalwork accessories and fittings.
  • Lower costs compared to other types of roofing.
  • Vapour barrier.

Utilisation

The product is suitable for false ceilings and insulated walls coating. The low thickness is particularly suitable for anti-condensation systems and waterproofing sheathing.

Features

Polyurethane-insulated self-supporting metal panel designed for sloping roofs with 7% minimum slope. The panel’s outer face is produced with a bituminous felt surface coating for the application of waterproofing sheathing. Classic roofing tongue-and-grooved snap joint. Through fastening. Correct utilisation calls for the plate rigid support facing downwards.

Technical details

isocop5gcf1 (1)Insulating materials: Foamed polyurethane

polyurethanehigh insulating power rigid expanded polyurethane (PUR), with the following quality standards:initial standard thermal conductivity: λ > 0.020 W/mK (UNI EN 12667); total density: 40 kg/m3 ±10% (UNI EN 1602); closed cell contents: 90-95% (ASTM 2856); compressive strength: >100kPa (UNI EN 1607); dimensional stability at –25°C/+80°C < 1% (UNI EN 826) isocop5gcfTab

isocop5gcf2 (1)Metal plate supports

Steel Zinc-coated, pre-painted rolled steel, thickness between 0.4 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 10346). Stainless Steel Rolled stainless steel, natural or satin finish, thickness between 0.4 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 10088). Alluminium Rolled aluminium alloy, natural finish, embossed and pre-painted, thickness between 0.6 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 485). Copper Rolled copper, thickness between 0.5 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 1172).