PAROC Pro Loose Wool BL

PAROC Pro Loose BL
PAROC Pro Loose Wool BL is a non-combustible stone wool product in granulated form. It is excellent product to use as a filling item for double layer tank walls, irregular form structures and devices. Installation is done by blowing it to the place.

Datasheet

Updated 28 Apr 2017

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.

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic sack, 15 kg/package

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 13501-1

Moisture Properties

Water Permeability
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption, Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m²1 EN 1609

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.

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic sack, 15 kg/package

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 13501-1

Moisture Properties

Water Permeability
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption, Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m²1 EN 1609

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.

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic sack, 15 kg/package

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 13501-1

Moisture Properties

Water Permeability
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption, Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m²1 EN 1609