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PAROC Hvac Mat

PAROC Hvac Mat
PAROC Hvac Mat is a non-combustible stone wool mat. It is used for thermal insulation of circular and rectangular ventilation ducts.

Datasheet

Updated 26 Jun 2017

Certification Number
0809-CPR-1016 / VTT Expert Services Ltd, P.O. Box 1001, FI-02044 VTT, Finland, 9.6.2014
Designation Code
MW-EN 14303-T2-WS1

PAROC stone wool products are capable of withstanding high temperatures. The binder starts to evaporate when its temperature exceeds approximately 200°C. The insulating properties remain unchanged, but the compressive stress weakens. The softening temperature of stone wool products is over 1000°C.

Dimensions

Dimensions
Width x LengthThickness
Width 1000 mm. Lenght 3000 - 8000 mm depending on thickness. 30 - 120 mm
In accordance with EN 822In accordance with EN 823
Dimensional Stability
PropertyValueAccording to
Maximum Service Temperature - Dimensional Stability250 °C EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 14707)

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic Packs on Pallet

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 14303:2009 (EN 13501-1)

Thermal Properties

Thermal Resistance
PropertyValueAccording to
Thermal Conductivity in 0 °C, λ00,034 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 10 °C, λ100,036 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 50 °C, λ500,046 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 100 °C, λ1000,060 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 150 °C, λ1500,075 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 200 °C, λ2000,093 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 250 °C, λ2500,115 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Dimensions and TolerancesT2 EN 14303:2009+A1:2013

Moisture Properties

Water Permeability
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption, Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m² EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 1609)

Durability

Durability of Reaction to Fire Against Ageing/Degradation
The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with time. The Euroclass classification of product is related to the organic content, which cannot increase with time.
Durability of Reaction to Fire Against High Temperature
The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with high temperature. The Euroclass classification of the product is related to the organic content, which remains constant or decreases with high temperature.
Durability of Thermal Resistance Against Ageing/Degradation
Thermal conductivity of mineral wool products does not change with time, experience has shown the fibre structure to be stable and the porosity contains no other gases than atmospheric air.
Durability of Thermal Resistance Against High Temperature
Thermal conductivity of mineral wool products does not change with time, experience has shown the fibre structure to be stable and the porosity contains no other gases than atmospheric air.

Certification Number
0809-CPR-1016 / VTT Expert Services Ltd, P.O. Box 1001, FI-02044 VTT, Finland, 9.6.2014
Designation Code
MW-EN 14303-T2-WS1

PAROC stone wool products are capable of withstanding high temperatures. The binder starts to evaporate when its temperature exceeds approximately 200°C. The insulating properties remain unchanged, but the compressive stress weakens. The softening temperature of stone wool products is over 1000°C.

Dimensions

Dimensions
Width x LengthThickness
Width 1000 mm. Lenght 3000 - 8000 mm depending on thickness. 30 - 120 mm
In accordance with EN 822In accordance with EN 823
Dimensional Stability
PropertyValueAccording to
Maximum Service Temperature - Dimensional Stability250 °C EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 14707)

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic Packs on Pallet

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 14303:2009 (EN 13501-1)

Thermal Properties

Thermal Resistance
PropertyValueAccording to
Thermal Conductivity in 0 °C, λ00,034 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 10 °C, λ100,036 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 50 °C, λ500,046 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 100 °C, λ1000,060 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 150 °C, λ1500,075 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 200 °C, λ2000,093 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 250 °C, λ2500,115 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Dimensions and TolerancesT2 EN 14303:2009+A1:2013

Moisture Properties

Water Permeability
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption, Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m² EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 1609)

Durability

Durability of Reaction to Fire Against Ageing/Degradation
The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with time. The Euroclass classification of product is related to the organic content, which cannot increase with time.
Durability of Reaction to Fire Against High Temperature
The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with high temperature. The Euroclass classification of the product is related to the organic content, which remains constant or decreases with high temperature.
Durability of Thermal Resistance Against Ageing/Degradation
Thermal conductivity of mineral wool products does not change with time, experience has shown the fibre structure to be stable and the porosity contains no other gases than atmospheric air.
Durability of Thermal Resistance Against High Temperature
Thermal conductivity of mineral wool products does not change with time, experience has shown the fibre structure to be stable and the porosity contains no other gases than atmospheric air.

Certification Number
0809-CPR-1016 / VTT Expert Services Ltd, P.O. Box 1001, FI-02044 VTT, Finland, 9.6.2014
Designation Code
MW-EN 14303-T2-WS1

PAROC stone wool products are capable of withstanding high temperatures. The binder starts to evaporate when its temperature exceeds approximately 200°C. The insulating properties remain unchanged, but the compressive stress weakens. The softening temperature of stone wool products is over 1000°C.

Dimensions

Dimensions
Width x LengthThickness
Width 1000 mm. Lenght 3000 - 8000 mm depending on thickness. 30 - 120 mm
In accordance with EN 822In accordance with EN 823
Dimensional Stability
PropertyValueAccording to
Maximum Service Temperature - Dimensional Stability250 °C EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 14707)

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic Packs on Pallet

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 14303:2009 (EN 13501-1)

Thermal Properties

Thermal Resistance
PropertyValueAccording to
Thermal Conductivity in 0 °C, λ00,034 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 10 °C, λ100,036 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 50 °C, λ500,046 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 100 °C, λ1000,060 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 150 °C, λ1500,075 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 200 °C, λ2000,093 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Thermal Conductivity in 250 °C, λ2500,115 W/mK EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 12667)
Dimensions and TolerancesT2 EN 14303:2009+A1:2013

Moisture Properties

Water Permeability
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption, Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m² EN 14303:2009+A1:2013 (EN 1609)

Durability

Durability of Reaction to Fire Against Ageing/Degradation
The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with time. The Euroclass classification of product is related to the organic content, which cannot increase with time.
Durability of Reaction to Fire Against High Temperature
The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with high temperature. The Euroclass classification of the product is related to the organic content, which remains constant or decreases with high temperature.
Durability of Thermal Resistance Against Ageing/Degradation
Thermal conductivity of mineral wool products does not change with time, experience has shown the fibre structure to be stable and the porosity contains no other gases than atmospheric air.
Durability of Thermal Resistance Against High Temperature
Thermal conductivity of mineral wool products does not change with time, experience has shown the fibre structure to be stable and the porosity contains no other gases than atmospheric air.