KIMMCO Stonewool Building Rolls

Product Application
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Description
Installation

Description

  • KIMMCO Stonewool Building Rolls are manufactured from stable Stonewool fibres bonded with thermosetting resins and are high weight, strong and resilient, and easy to handle.
  • The Stonewool fibres are fine and uniformly distributed to ensure consistent thermal properties in the building roll

Applications

  • Thermal and acoustic insulation of metal buildings (over and under roof purlins, walls, parta-cabins, partition walls, and roofs (false ceiling overlay).

Facing & Covering

  • KIMMCO Stonewool Building Rolls are available with Aluglass and FSK facings, which provide an efficient vapour barrier. Kraft Paper facing is also available.

Availability Density (kg/m3) Thickness (mm) Length (m) Width (mm)
Min.Max.
Rolls36 75 100 5 to 10 1,100 (with overlap)

to 1,200 (without overlap)

4850100 5 to 10
6440100 5 to 8

Performances

  • WORKING TEMPERATURE: Fibre up to 750 °C; Facing 100 °C.
  • ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE: KIMMCO Stonewool Building Rolls achieve excellent acoustic performances (sound absorption coefficient and sound insulation) when tested in accordance to various relevant ASTM standards. Unfaced KIMMCO Stonewool Building Rolls achieve Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) values up to 1.05, when tested in accordance to ASTM C423.

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KIMMCO Stonewool Insulation for Thermal, Acoustic and Fire Safety Building Applications Catalogue

Installation Procedures

Fix end of KIMMCO Stonewool Building Rolls faced side down, at ridge and allow to unroll to eaves. At eaves, the roll should be cut and pulled taut. Each subsequent roll should be overlapped or butted to avoid gaps.

Packing strips, equal in thickness to the insulation, should be placed along the line of each purlin and fixed through the roof liner to the purlin below. This avoids undue compression of the insulation.

The roof cladding should be carried out in conjunction with the insulation work to avoid accidental damage. Fixing should be through the crown profile of the roofing sheet and down through the spacer to the purlin below.

Weathering sheets should be fitted as insulation, work progresses in order to avoid unnecessary damage to the insulation. Holes for hook bolts sealed against water penetrations.

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KIMMCO Stonewool Insulation for Thermal, Acoustic and Fire Safety Building Applications Catalogue