Insulated self-supporting metal panel in rock wool designed for roofing which requires high fire resistance and good sound insulation features. In case of fire inside the building, it assures containment action of heat and fume propagation thanks to the thick rock wool layer. Five corrugations to optimise static resistance and a range of different thicknesses assure flexibility of use for industrial and residential building roofing.
- Optimal fire behaviour.
- Mechanical and thermal resistance.
- Easy and quick installation.
- Integration with skylights, sheet metal work accessories and fume exhaust vents.
- Longitudinal overlapping.
ISOFOCUS 5G produced with Isomec’s own productive system is self-supporting, designed for industrial and commercial building roofing, with non flammability requisites. It consists of a corrugated external plate and an internal micro-scored plate with a rock wool layer between the two metal surfaces. Specifically designed for environments subject to fire hazard.
Self-supporting rock wool/metal panel designed for specific roofing applications which require high fire resistance and soundproofing features. The oriented strand rock wool is laid out orthogonally with respect to the metal sheet plane, making the panel monolithic. Tongueand-grooved joint. ISOFOCUS 5G is used for sloping roofs with 7% minimum slope.
Insulating layer produced with high density mineral fibres, with the following quality standards: standard thermal conductivity:λ = 0.042 W/mK (UNI EN 12667); total density: 100 kg/m3 ±10% (ISO 845); compressive strength: >60 kPa (EN 826); reaction to fire : class 0; sound absorption (th. 50 mm) a 1000 Hz: α = 0.89;
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).