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18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length

18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
  • 18mm Isofoam (diameter 16mm) 2000mm length
  • Piling and Debonding Foam Polyethylene Sleeve
  • Used also for insulating heating and plumbing pipes
  • Used to prevent the concrete adhering to the reinforcing bars
  • Sound absorbing properties, reducing pop and flow noises in pipes
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  • Brand: WHITEROCK® Construction Products
  • Model: 18mm ISOFoam ISOF18
  • Weight: 0.12kg
  • Dimensions: 2,000mm x 18mm x 3mm
  • SKU: ISOF18
  • Product code: P1-2754
  • MPN: 18mm ISOFoam ISOF18

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18mm ISOFoam (diameter 16mm) is a piling foam, a polyethylene based closed cell tube, used to debond the reinforcement from the concrete and for insulating heating and plumbing pipes.

ISO Foam has low thermal conductivity of 0.036W/mK at 0 °C therefore its reduces the loss of heat from distributors in plumbing and heating installations by up to 80%.

Piling and Debonding Foam maximizes not only the cost efficiency, but also the ecological efficiency of the entire unit.

Provides solutions that follow all necessary guidelines for any type of installation.

Isofoam is a closed cell tube with sound absorbing properties, reducing pop and flow noises in pipes.

Polyethylene foam is a cost-efficient material with outstanding insulating properties.

Products made of PE foam yield an excellent cost to performance ratio.

Piling and Debonding Foam (ISO Foam) is available in 2000mm lengths.

The Temperature range of the isofoam is from 0°C to +100°C (EN 14707).

ISO Foam fire performance is Euroclass E (EN 13501-1).




Material: Polyethylene

Thickness: 2-3mm

Width: 18mm

Diameter: 16mm

To suit: 16mm pipes

Length: 2000mm

Edging: Square Edge

Service Temperature: from 0°C to +100°C

Fire Performance: Euroclass E

Thermal Conductivity: 0.036W/mK at 0 °C

Thermal Conductivity: 0.040W/mK at 40 °C

Thermal Conductivity: 0.053W/mK at 90 °C


ISO Foam (Piling and Debonding Foam) Features:

 · Lightweight foam sleeve.

 · Low thermal conductivity.

 · Maximizes cost efficiency.

 · Available in 2000mm lengths.

 · Maximizes ecological efficiency.

 · Good sound absorbing properties.

 · Excellent cost to performance ratio.

 · Reducing pop and flow noises in pipes.

 · For insulating heating and plumbing pipes.

 · Prevents the concrete adhering to the reinforcing bars.

 · Can be used to debond the reinforcement from the concrete.

 · Reduces the loss of heat from installations by up to 80%.

 · Thermal conductivity (lambda value) of 0.036 W/mK at 0 °C.

 · Thermal conductivity (lambda value) of 0.040 W/mK at 40 °C.

 · Thermal conductivity (lambda value) of 0.053 W/mK at 90 °C.


*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.

Fairly easy access to all PDF files.

Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet 

Colour Silver
Diameter 16mm
Length 2000mm
lmetres 2.00
Material Polyethylene based closed cell sleeve
Profile To suit 16mm pipes and reinforcing bars
Size 3mm x 18mm x 2000mm
Thermal Conductivity 0.036 at 0°C | 0.040 at 40°C | 0.053 at 90°C - W/mK
Thickness 2-3mm
Width 18mm
Fire Classification Class E
Coverage 2 Linear Meters per one Length
Finish Smooth
Shipping method Courier
Grade Standard
Sound insulation reduction Reducing pop and flow noises in pipes
Applications Concrete Reinforcement | Heating and Plumbing Pipes
Service Temperature from 0°C to +100°C
Fixing method Wrap-Around
ETA Notification Yes
Features Reduces the loss of heat by up to 80%
Manufacturer Euro Accessories® ISO Foam®

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18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
18mm Piling and Debonding Foam ISOF18 2000mm length
£ 2.22