- Brand: Rockwool®
- Model: Foil Faced 2 Sides RWA45 - 75mm
- Weight: 19.92kg
- Dimensions: 1,200mm x 600mm x 75mm
- SKU: 75mm FFx2
- Product code: P1-2353
- MPN: Foil Faced 2 Sides RWA45 - 75mm
Foil Faced 2 Sides Fire Slab Rockwool RWA45 75mm is a non-combustible aluminium foil faced on both sides stone wool fire slab developed to prevent the spread of flames and inhibit heat and smoke through concealed spaces in buildings.
Rockwool RWA45 Foil Faced Two Sides Fire Barrier Slab 75mm x 600mm x 1200mm fire performance integrity is 240 minutes, and 60 minutes for the insulation core with a certified lambda (thermal conductivity) of 0.035W/mK.
75mm Foil Faced Both Sides Rockwool RWA45 Fire Barrier Slab is a standard density (45kg/m3) non-combustible foil slab with a great fire performance classified as Euroclass A1, suitable for both new build and refurbishment projects.
Fire Barrier Slab offers excellent thermal, acoustic and fire insulation properties, is water repellent, durable, cost effective, easy to handle and install solution.
Double Sided Rockwool Slab is a simple butt joint product that can be used where fire resistant walls need to be continued above a ceiling into the roof void.
They conform with the Building Regulations Approved Document B and fulfil all normal fire insulation requirements for division of space.
Special sizes and thicknesses are available, made to order: black or white tissue and aluminium foil facings on one or both sides are available in 600mm x 1200mm insulation slabs.
Rockwool insulation does not contain gases that have ozone depletion potential (ODP) or global warming potential (GWP).
Pack Quantity: 6
Slab Coverage: 0.72m2
Pack Coverage: 4.32m2
Finish: Foil Faced 2 Sides
Thermal Conductivity: 0.035W/mK
Vapour Resistivity: Negligable, Water Repellent
Building Regulations: Class ‘O’
Fire performance: Euroclass A1 (non-combustible)
· Aluminium foil faced both sides – fire and acoustic stone wool core insulation slab.
· Excellent thermal, acoustic and fire performance.
· Non-combustible Euroclass A1 material.
· Easy to handle, cut and install.
· Offers the highest level of fire resistance.
· Durable insulation solution.
· Maintain high performance over the lifetime of the building.
· Water repellent qualities.
· Prevent moisture build up, damp and rot.
· Excellent sound absorption characteristics provide high levels of sound reduction.
· Thermal conductivity (λ - lambda value) of 0.035W/mK.
· Free from CFCs, HCFCs.
· ODP free.
· GWP free.
Rockwool Certification, Standards and Approvals:
· Fire Slab has been independently tested and assessed to BS 476: Part 20 and Part 22 by accredited laboratories.
· Rockwool achieves a reaction to fire classification of A1 as defined in BS EN 13501:1.
· They are third party approved for performance and quality by the Loss Prevention Council Certification board (LPCB) and are listed in their Fire and Security ‘Red Book’ - certificate no. 022c/02.
· The product has been authorised for use in LUL surface and sub-surface premises when installed in accordance with the data sheet.
· Rockwool Fire Slab has been tested in accordance with BS EN ISO 10140-2:2010 achieving Rw 23dB. Test Report N° C/23667/T01.
· The safety of Rockwool stone wool is confirmed by current UK and Republic of Ireland health and safety regulations and EU directive 97/69/EC:Rockwool fibres are not classified as a possible human carcinogen.
· Made from a renewable and plentiful naturally occuring resource, Rockwool insulation saves fuel costs and energy in use and relies on trapped air for its thermal properties.
· Rockwool is approximately 97% recyclable.
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Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
|Board covarage||4.32 m2|
|Material||Stone Wool ǀ Aluminium Foil|
|Fire Classification||Class 'O'|
|Vapour Resistivity||Negligable, Water Repellent|
|Building Regulations||Approved Document B|
|Fire performance||Euroclass A1 (non-combustible)|
|Finish||Foil faced two sides|
|Shipping method||Articulated Vehicle ǀ Courier|
|Applications||Walls ǀ Ceilings ǀ Floors ǀ Roofs|
|Foil faced||Both sides|
|Features||Aluminium Foil Faced Two Sides Fire Barrier 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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