Frost Insulations for Building Applications

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PAROC GRS 20 (Ground slab)

Ground slab PAROC GRS 20 is non-combustible stone wool insulation for existing and new basement walls and ground floors. The water repellent ground insulation slab can be used as thermal insulation and capillary break both in the external layer of a foundation and underground slab. The compressive stress of the slab is 20 kPa, which means that the slab can carry a 2000 kg/m2 load. To work correctly, the other side of the external ground insulation has to be against a warm construction such as a wall of floor.

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PAROC GRS 30 (Ground slab)

Ground slab PAROC GRS 30 is non-combustible stone wool insulation for existing and new basement walls and ground floors. The water repellent ground insulation slab can be used as thermal insulation and capillary break both in the external layer of a foundation and underground slab. The compressive stress of the slab is 30 kPa, which means that the slab can carry a 3000 kg/m2 load. To work correctly, the other side of the external ground insulation has to be against a warm construction, such as the wall of floor.

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PAROC XES 200 (Frost insulation (Ecoprim))

Frost insulation slab PAROC XES 200 is extruded polystyrene insulation for underground building applications. The slab is made of extruded polystyrene cellular plastic (XPS) with straight edges. A water repellent ground insulation slab can be used in all underground applications. The load bearing capacity of the slab is the main factor when choosing the right product. The short term compressive strength of the slab is 200 kPa, which means that the slab can carry a 20000 kg/m2 load.

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PAROC XES 200j (Frost insulation (Ecoprim))

Frost insulation slab PAROC XES 200j is extruded polystyrene insulation for underground building applications. The slab is made of extruded polystyrene cellular plastic (XPS) with tongued and grooved edges. A water repellent ground insulation slab can be used in all underground applications. The load bearing capacity of the slab is the main factor when choosing the right product. The short term compressive strength of the slab is 200 kPa, which means that the slab can carry a 20000 kg/m2 load.