KS1000 FF Trapezoidni krovni panel
KS1000 FF je trapezoidni krovni panel ispune kamenom vunom. Primjena je moguća na svim vrstama krovova gdje je nagib krova 5° (8,5 %) i više.
KS1000 FF ima najviši stupanj vatrootpornosti - A1 certifikat.
Standardne dužine panela su od 2m do 13,5 m. Isporučujemo panele i u svim ostalim dužinama.
Izbor karakteristika proizvoda
d– Debljina ispune (mm) 100 120 150 D– Ukupna dimenzija (mm) 130 150 180 Težina (kg/m2) obloga 0.6/0.5 mm 23.85 26.45 30.35
MATERIALS - STEEL
Galvanic protection options
- Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc, according to EN 10147:2000. This can be finished with a number of coating - polyester, PVDF, Plastisol and Foodsafe finishes.
- Galvatite coated steel in accordance with EN 10147, for Celestia finishes.
- Galvalloy (hot-dip coated with eutectic alloy of approx. 95% Zn, 5% Al and other elements) in accordance with EN 10214 for coated steel HPS200..
- Standard external sheet thickness 0.50 mm.
- Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40 mm.
- Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.
External Coating Options
1. Standard Polyester – PES
Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is 25 µm.
PVDF offers unequalled colour and gloss retention and good corrosion resistance. The nominal coating thickness is 25 µm. It can be used in climates with extremely high UV radiation combined with extreme temperatures and relative humidity. The standard colour range includes metallic silver.
3. HPS200 (by Corus)
HPS200 is a premium architectural coating system, tested in the laboratory and on site in severe climates, for use worldwide. Its tough, 200 µm (nominal thickness) coating has the unique Scintilla finish and is available in bright or subtle hues, providing architects with an extensive palette of colours.
4. Plastisol 200 µm
Plastisol is a high performance coating system with a grain finish and a nominal thickness of 200 µm. Typical properties of Plastisol are excellent abrasion, high corrosion resistance, excellent flexibility and therefore very good scratch resistance.
5. Celestia (by Corus)
Celestia is a metallic-finish cladding steel with a 120 µm (nominal thickness) high performance Plastisol coating. The standard product has a high performance polyester coating on the reverse side. The metallic finish captures light and movement, giving depth and life to the cladding surfaces.
Internal Coating Options
Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15 µm. The standard colour is grey white, (similar RAL 9002).
2. Lining enamel
Lining enamel with a nominal thickness of 22 µm with a white finish.
The surface of this 150 µm thick polymer coating is non-toxic and resistant to mould, durable and easy to clean. It is chemically inert and safe for continuous contact with unpacked food. The standard colour is white. Consult Kingspan about the availability of other colours.
Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.
Mineral fiber of a high specific weight, suitable for applications that require fire resistance of more than 45 minutes.
MATERIALS - ALUMINIUM
Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.
Seals and Fillers
All external side laps to be weather sealed along the full length by an unbroken bead of PVC self –adhesive sealant tape (factory applied) or Butyl sealing tape (site applied).
Vapour seal only if it is required .
All external end laps (overlaps) to be sealed along full width using PU self-adhesive sealant tape- 20x4-(20 mm expanded) and Butyl self-adhesive sealant tape – 10 x 3 mm (see construction details)
Where flashing are fixed across the profile of the insulated panel, PE profiled sealing fillers („A“ inside,“B“ outside ) should be used to seal and close profile.
Seal the top end,bottom and sides of each profiled filler with gun –grade sealant.
Junctions between the roof panel system and walls /penetrations and all gaps filled with MW fibre.
Internal face of panel to be air sealed along the full length by PE self- adhesive sealant tape
9 x 3 mm.
Self-adhesive sealant tape PE 20x5mm to be continously applied between panel and steel support only at ridge/eaves/end lap locatoins where the internal junction reguires sealing.
U value (W/m2K)
HCFC Free = 0.040
Kingspan insulated sandwich panels are immune to attack from mould, fungi, mildew and vermin. No urea formaldehyde is used in the construction, and the panels are non-deleterious.
KS1000 FF insulated sandwich panels have been tested and approved and comply with National Building Regulations and standards.
Panel Thickness (mm) Fire rating 100/134 120/154 150/184
Measurement of the sound insulation index of panel KS1000 FF is being prepared.
Packing and Delivery
Standard packing – road transportation
KS1000 FF panels are stacked weather side to weather side (to minimise palette height). The top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber packing and the entire palette is wraped in plastic.
The number of panels in each pack depends on panel thickness and length. The table below is shown as a guide. Quantities are reduced for exceptionally long panels. Typical palette height is 1,100 mm.
Maximum palette weight is 2,500 kg.
Panel core thickness (mm) 100 120 150 Number of panels in package 8 7 6
All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.
Currently, there are static tests being carried out in the state laboratory, on which new static tables will be prepared. For detailed information please contact Kingspan.
Installation Procedure KS1000 FF
These panels lap at the sides and ends, so they must be fixed in sequence to ensure reliable performance.
1. Start with the eaves (or bottom) corner panel, with the projecting side and end laps to the outside of the building. Install fasteners and apply sealant as specified.
2. Locate the second panel upslope or above, so that it overlaps the first, adjusting its position carefully before contacting the sealant. Repeat up to the ridge or eaves/gable.
3. Start the second tier from the eaves (or bottom), side lapping the first panel, sealing and fixing, as specified. Repeat the procedure for the complete roof.
Kingspan insulated sandwich panels are manufactured from the highest quality materials, using state of the art production equipment to rigorous quality control standards, complying with ISO9001:2000 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service life.
Kingspan KS1000 RW insulated sandwich panels conform to the National Building Regulations and standards.
Guarantees & Warranties
Kingspan will provide external coating and product guarantees on a project by project basis.
FASTENER SELECTOR GUIDE
Fastener Selection – SFS intec
Product: STEEL – KS1000 FF Roof System, Fixing position: CROWN (19 or 16 mm diameter sealing washer)
Product: TIMBER – KS1000 FF Roof System, Fixing position: CROWN (19 mm diameter sealing washer)
Fastener Selection – EJOT
Product: STEEL – KS1000 FF Roof System, Fixing position: CROWN (16 mm diameter sealing washer and storm washer 26/27)
Product: CONCRETE – KS1000 FF Roof System, Fixing position: CROWN (16 mm diameter sealing washer and storm washer 26/27)
Product: TIMBER – KS1000 FF Roof System, Fixing position: CROWN (16 mm diameter sealing washer and storm washer 26/27)
How new insulated panel technology is changing the face of building design
New developments in insulation core technology mean that insulated panel systems now significantly exceeds older, ‘built-up’ construction methods for architects looking to create without compromise. Insulated panels offer almost unlimited different design combinations, while also delivering the thermal performance, long-term guarantees, speed and ease of build and environmental credentials that architects, and their customers, are looking for.
All of these benefits have driven increased demand from architects for insulated panels.
Perhaps the biggest factor driving increased architectural use of insulated panel technology has been the availability of new design options. New finishes, colours, orientations and profiles mean that architects now have millions of different combinations available to the them to achieve the finish they want. When combined with the enhanced performance of panel technology, detailed below, this means that architects no longer have to sacrifice their design freedom to achieve superior building functionality.