- Brand: Kingspan®
- Model: 120mm K-Roc® Rainscreen Slab
- Weight: 15.57kg
- Dimensions: 1,200mm x 600mm x 120mm
- SKU: 120mm K-Roc
- Product code: P1-2532
- MPN: 120mm K-Roc® Rainscreen Slab
120mm Kingspan K-Roc Rainscreen Rock Mineral Fibre Insulation Slab achieves European Classification (Euroclass) A1 and so can be used behind rainscreen façades in all buildings regardless of building type, height, construction and location.
Rainscreen Façade Insulation Slab Kingspan K-Roc 120mm is a great heat conductor with a certified thermal conductivity (lambda value) of 0.034 W/mK (the lower the thermal conductivity, the better the insulation product).
K-Roc Rock Mineral Fibre Rainscreen Slab has a density of 45 kg/m3 and comes in a standard insulation slab size 600mm wide by 1200mm long (4' by 2').
Kingspan Rainscreen Slab K-Roc is manufactured to the highest standards under a management system certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
The use of K-Roc® Rainscreen Façade Insulation Slab is covered by BBA Certificate 20/5845.
Kingspan K-Roc in a specific construction has been successfully tested to BS 8414-2: 2015 + A1: 2017 (Fire performance of external cladding systems.
K-Roc® Rainscreen Slab is also certified to BES 6001 (Framework Standard for the Responsible Sourcing of Construction Products).
Pack Quantity: 4
Slab Coverage: 0.72m²
Pack Coverage: 2.88m²
Profile: Square Edge
Thermal Conductivity: 0.034W/mK
Material: rock mineral fibre insulation slab
Fire Classification: Euroclass A1
Kingspan K-Roc® Rainscreen Façade Insulation Slab Installation:
· The installation guidance for K-Roc® Rainscreen Slab outlined in this section must only be followed after considering the below.
· To ensure compliance with the latest Building Regulations and Standards please consult your system to Local Building Control for more information.
· In England and Wales, for ‘relevant’ buildings over 18m in height, membranes used as part of the external wall construction above ground level should achieve a minimum of Euroclass B-s3,d0.
· Since rainscreen façade systems are proprietary and use differing mechanisms to fix and support the external cladding to the wall structure, installation guidance should be sought from the system manufacturer.
· Nevertheless, in the absence of any other guidance the instructions set out below may be followed.
· Insulation slabs should be installed break-bonded with slab edges lightly butted and in such a manner to achieve a close fit between the slab and substrate interface so as to avoid gaps behind or between the slabs.
· Slabs should be cut neatly around fixings and brackets, so as to avoid gaps.
· Fixings required to fix slab will vary with the geographical location of the building, the local topography, the height and width of the wall, the wall structure, and the type of mechanism being used to attach the cladding system.
· A minimum of 3 fixings per m2 are required to secure the insulation slab to the wall structure.
· The requirement for additional fixings should be assessed in accordance with BS / I.S. EN 1991-1-4: 2005 + A1: 2010 (Eurocode 1. Actions on structures. General Actions. Wind Actions).
· The fixings should be evenly distributed over the whole area of the slab.
*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.
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Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
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|Board covarage||2.88 m2|
|Material||Rock mineral fibre insulation slab|
|Pack Quantity||4 slabs|
|Size||120mm x 600mm x 1200mm|
|Fire Classification||Euroclass A1|
|Coverage||0.72m² / board|
|Quantity||4 slabs per pack|
|Application Temperature||from +5 °C to +25 °C|
|Shipping method||Articulated Vehicle ǀ Courier|
|Applications||Insulation for use behind rainscreen façades|
|BBA Certified||Yes, no. 20/5845|
|Features||Class A1 Rainscreen Façade Insulation Slab|
We deliver insulation materials to Mainland UK only. Deliveries to Highlands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight etc.. might be possible at additional cost.
We offer free delivery on most of the orders above £300 (excluding VAT) (except special products - shipping cost via courier - products marked ''Request A Quote'')
Delivery of some insulation materials might be extended due to the current situation (Covid-19, stock shortages, allocations).
If you need materials quickly please contact us - we will do our best to help you source materials needed.
We do not deliver on weekends and bank holidays. Sometimes we can deliver on Saturdays - please check with us before placing the order.
If you need any further information please contact us tel. 02081910776
We can help to calculate price per m2 or linear meter (one meter in length) cost, please just contact us via phone 02081910776, email or live chat. Alternatively, you can work it out yourself quickly and easily: to get cost per meter square please divide price shown in orange area by ''Required area (m2)'' Example price of £28.80 divided by board coverage 2.88m2 = cost of £10.00 per m2.
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