PAROC Marine Slab 220

PAROC Marine Slab 22

PAROC Marine Slab 220 is a non-combustible stone wool slab for fire and thermal insulation on ships.

This product is available with following facings:

N1N3 and N5 

Datasheet

 
Updated 2 Feb 2022

Certification Number
0809-CPR-1016

Type-Examination (Module B) certificate No. VTT-C-11346-15-15

Nominal Density
220 kg/m³

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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
600 x 1200 mm50 - 100 mm
In accordance with EN 822In accordance with EN 823
Dimensional Stability
PropertyValueAccording to
Maximum Service Temperature - Dimensional StabilityNPD EN 14706

Other Dimensions
Other dimensions available on request.

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic packs on pallet

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 13501-1
Continuous Glowing Combustion
PropertyValueAccording to
Continuous Glowing CombustionNPD EN 14303:2009+A1:2013
Other Fire Properties
PropertyValueAccording to
Fire Classification (IMO)Non-combustible IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Part 1

Thermal Properties

Thermal Conductivity (values announced by manufacturer)
PropertyValueAccording to
Thermal Conductivity in 10 °C, λ100,039 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 50 °C, λ500,042 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 100 °C, λ1000,054 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 200 °C, λ2000,085 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 300 °C, λ3000,132 W/mK EN 12667

Moisture Properties

 
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m² EN 1609

Durability

Durability of Reaction to Fire Against Ageing/Degradation
No change in reaction to fire properties for mineral wool products. The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with time. The Euroclass classification of the 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.

Certification Number
0809-CPR-1016

Type-Examination (Module B) certificate No. VTT-C-11346-15-15

Nominal Density
220 kg/m³

.

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
600 x 1200 mm50 - 100 mm
In accordance with EN 822In accordance with EN 823
Dimensional Stability
PropertyValueAccording to
Maximum Service Temperature - Dimensional StabilityNPD EN 14706

Other Dimensions
Other dimensions available on request.

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic packs on pallet

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 13501-1
Continuous Glowing Combustion
PropertyValueAccording to
Continuous Glowing CombustionNPD EN 14303:2009+A1:2013
Other Fire Properties
PropertyValueAccording to
Fire Classification (IMO)Non-combustible IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Part 1

Thermal Properties

Thermal Conductivity (values announced by manufacturer)
PropertyValueAccording to
Thermal Conductivity in 10 °C, λ100,039 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 50 °C, λ500,042 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 100 °C, λ1000,054 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 200 °C, λ2000,085 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 300 °C, λ3000,132 W/mK EN 12667

Moisture Properties

 
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m² EN 1609

Durability

Durability of Reaction to Fire Against Ageing/Degradation
No change in reaction to fire properties for mineral wool products. The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with time. The Euroclass classification of the 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.

Certification Number
0809-CPR-1016

Type-Examination (Module B) certificate No. VTT-C-11346-15-15

Nominal Density
220 kg/m³

.

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
600 x 1200 mm50 - 100 mm
In accordance with EN 822In accordance with EN 823
Dimensional Stability
PropertyValueAccording to
Maximum Service Temperature - Dimensional StabilityNPD EN 14706

Other Dimensions
Other dimensions available on request.

Packaging

Package Type
Plastic packs on pallet

Fire Properties

Reaction to Fire
PropertyValueAccording to
Reaction to Fire, EuroclassA1 EN 13501-1
Continuous Glowing Combustion
PropertyValueAccording to
Continuous Glowing CombustionNPD EN 14303:2009+A1:2013
Other Fire Properties
PropertyValueAccording to
Fire Classification (IMO)Non-combustible IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Part 1

Thermal Properties

Thermal Conductivity (values announced by manufacturer)
PropertyValueAccording to
Thermal Conductivity in 10 °C, λ100,039 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 50 °C, λ500,042 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 100 °C, λ1000,054 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 200 °C, λ2000,085 W/mK EN 12667
Thermal Conductivity in 300 °C, λ3000,132 W/mK EN 12667

Moisture Properties

 
PropertyValueAccording to
Water Absorption Short Term WS, Wp≤ 1 kg/m² EN 1609

Durability

Durability of Reaction to Fire Against Ageing/Degradation
No change in reaction to fire properties for mineral wool products. The fire performance of mineral wool does not deteriorate with time. The Euroclass classification of the 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.