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Contents

Building Design

Material Specifications

Insulated Roof Systems

Insulated Wall & Facade Systems

Fastener Selection Guide

Construction details

Accessories7
Handling & Installation

Load-Span Tables

1
Building Design

OO Introduction 1.0.1
OO Health

& Safety, Buildabilty &Siteworks 1.1.11

OO Thermal
OO Roof
OO Fire

Airtightness Energy Efficiency 1.2.17

Drainage 1.3.28

Safety Performance  1.4.34

OO Structural

Performance 1.5.55

OO Acoustics  1.6.58
OO Rooflights  1.7.62
OO Weatherproofing 1.8.64
OO Durability
OO Food

&Lifecycle 1.9.65

&Hygiene Safety  1.10.66

OO Environmental
OO Quality

Sustainability andProtection 1.11.68

&Approvals 1.12.77

Introduction
Creative design freedom, architectural expression, building form and function are supported by
innovative envelope solutions and systems that are cost-effective, provide safer, faster, high quality
construction and achieve superior lifetime performance and durability.
Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems meet these objectives for both functional buildings and
projects where creative form, shape and image are key design factors.
Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems are fully compliant to applicable Building Regulations and
).
Standards, as well as property insurers fire certification requirements (
Kingspans range of insulated roof and wall systems are proven for
the following:

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Leisure, Sport & Hotels

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Education

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Safer construction

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Healthcare

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Structural integrity

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Defence

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Thermal and air tightness

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Student Accommodation

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Fire safety

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Residential & Social Housing

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Acoustics

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Utilities

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Robustness and durability

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Public & Local Authority

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Buildability quality

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Faster build speed

Design, Construction and Regulatory Performance


Requirements and Compliance

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Environmental sustainability

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Reduced lifetime costs

Compliance

Regulations, Standards
&Accreditations according to:

Health &Safety

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Structural

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Thermal

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Airtightness

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Energy Efficiency

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Fire Safety

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Acoustics

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Health & Hygiene

Non-deleterious fibre-and mouId


growth-free

Environmental
&Sustainability

Complies with Montreal and Kyoto


Protocol

Durability
&Robustness

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Accreditation

EN ISO 9001:2000

Applications and Building Purpose Groups

Whole Lifecycle
Costs (Capital
&Operating)

Project specific upon request

Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems are widely used across
all building sectors including:

Lightning
Protection

National Building Regulations


&Norms

Furthermore, property investors and occupiers require solutions


that provide the most economic business case in terms of Whole
Lifecycle Costs (WLC) at new build and through out the buildings
operating lifetime.
Kingspans factory pre-engineered, single component systems
optimise build speed and installed cost. Lower lifetime costs are
achieved by reduced maintenance and lower energy usage which,
in turn, minimises Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions throughout the
buildings lifetime.
Product quality is assured through the use of accredited and tested
raw materials, high technology manufacturing techniques and
rigorous testing to appropriate National and European standards.
All Kingspan products are manufactured to ENISO9001:2008
quality assurance.
The worldwide use and installation of over 250million square
metres (m2) of Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems, is
testament to the recognition of our solutions by international
property investors, designers, constructors and occupiers.

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Industrial & Manufacturing

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Distribution, Logistics & Transport

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Commercial & Office

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Retail

1.0.1

Kingspan
Solutions

WALL PANEL
KS1000 AWP-WAVE

ROOF PANEL
KS1000 RW

KS1000 AWP
HORIZONTAL WALL PANEL

KS1000 AWP
HORIZONTAL WALL PANEL

KS1000 RW

ENTRANCE

RENDER PANEL
KS1000 AWP
HORIZONTAL PANEL

KS1000 RW

KS1000 AWP
HORIZONTAL PANEL

BUTTRESS
SUPPORTS

PITCHED ROOF
KS1000 RW

KS1000 AWP
HORIZONTAL PANEL

ENTRANCE CURTAIN
WALLING

RENDER PANEL

CURVED KS1000 TOPDEK

CURVED ROOF
KS1000 TOPDEK
INTEGRATED
BRISE ???

WALL PANEL
KS1000 AWP

RENDER

KS1000 AWP
LAID VERTICALLY

KS1000 RT
ROOFTILE PANEL

PC ROOFLIGHTS
IN KS1000 TOPDEK

BULLNOSED EAVES
PROFILE

MICRO AWP
PANEL - HORIZONTAL

KS1000 RW

KS1000 FH
WALL PANEL

CURTAIN WALLING

INTEGRATED WINDOW
SYSTEM

STYROZONE FLAT
ROOF + ROOF GARDEN

INTEGRATED BRISE SOLEI


+ WINDOW SYSTEM

METAL PANELS

PREFORMED KS1000 TF (SF)


CURVED-VERTICAL

TRAPEZOIDAL ROOF
KS1000 RW
KS1000 TF
RENDER

BRICKWORK

MASONRY

BLOCKWORK

KS1000 TOPDEK
CURVED

RENDER

LOW PITCH ROOF


KS1000 TOPDEK

OPTIMO WALL PANEL AWP


HORIZONTAL

ENTRANCE

CURTAIN WALLING

CANOPY

ROOF PANEL
- KS1000 RW

FRAMELESS GLAZING

THERMATAPER
FLAT ROOF

CURTAIN WALLING
MASONRY PANELS

KS1000 AWP-W PANEL


LAID VERTICALLY

MINI-MICRO AWP-M
WALL

FRAMELESS GLAZING

WALL PANEL
KS1000 TF-B(M)
TOPDEK

CURVED KS1000 TOPDEK


ROOF

BLOCKWORK

LOW PITCH ROOF


KS1000 RW

RENDER

RENDER

TOPDEK

AWP-M HORIZONTAL

Health & Safety,


Buildabilty & Siteworks
Safety should be an inherent part of any workplace, especially when one of the greatest risks relates
to working at height. Investigations have shown that falls from height accounted for 47% of fatalities
and 30% of major injuries in the 2001/02 period in construction. It is still the most common cause of
accidents in the industry.
When it comes to working at height a safe environment must always be provided. Employers,
designers, constructors, employees and all those in control of work are responsible for providing the
necessary safety equipment and protection.
Site Safety Remember ignorance of the law excuses nobody!
Legislation
There are a number of regulations relating to providing safe working
environments. However, as far as working at height is concerned,
the following are the most pertinent:
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Before any form of work at height is undertaken, a risk


assessment must be completed in line with country specific
Health &Safety Regulations for every procedure that is carried
out during a given operation.

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Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations are probably


the most relevant in terms of ensuring the health and safety of
workers.

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Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations


are about management of health and safety and apply to
construction projects and all those associated with them,
including clients, designers, contractors and operatives. Under
CDM Requirements, designers must:

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Consider during the development of designs the hazards and


risks which may arise from those constructing and maintaining
the structure.

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Design to avoid risks to health and safety as far as is reasonably


practicable.

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Country specific Health &Safety Regulations require that:

The Role of the Client


Those who own, occupy or have responsibility for a building have
an important role to play when arranging for construction work to
be done. This includes considering the design and specification
of a new building, appointing a contractor for refurbishment or
instructing an employee to carry out an emergency repair.
Unrealistic building or refurbishment programmes can lead to
undue pressure on those carrying out the work. This can make it
harder for contractors to plan for safe working, to prepare quality
safety method statements and to review and amend systems
of work. Clients have an important role here. They should avoid
placing unreasonable programming demands on the project.

There shall, so far as is reasonably practicable, be suitable and


sufficient safe access to and egress from every place of work
and to any other place provided for the use of any person
while at work.

The usual practice of a client is to:

Suitable and sufficient steps shall be taken to prevent, so far


as reasonably practicable, any person falling.

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This should include the provision of safe access and egress for:
a) Any guardrail, toe-board, barrier or other similar means of
protection; or
b) Any work platform

Appoint a competent planning supervisor and principal


contractor and check that any other designers or contractors
they appoint are competent. Clients should satisfy themselves,
as far as they reasonably can, that those they appoint to carry
out work on the project are competent to do so and have the
necessary resources. This could, for example, include enquiries
on:
membership of the relevant trade bodies or professional
organisations.

In addition, a suitable personal suspension equipment or means of


arresting the fall can/must be provided (safety nets). The regulations
also includes requirements on ladders that they should not be used
as a means of access or egress or as places of work unless it is
reasonable to do so having regard to the nature or duration of work
being carried out.

previous experience of similar work.


arrangements for managing health and safety standards.
references from previous clients.
time needed to carry out the work safely.

1.1.11

Health & Safety,


Buildabilty & Siteworks
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The Role of the Designer

Provide relevant information needed to allow the work to be


done safely. This could include information on:

Using their professional skills and judgement, designers can


eliminate hazards and make risks easier to manage. This helps
contractors to provide a safer place to undertake the work.
Designers need to consider the initial construction work as well as
future maintenance and cleaning requirements.

what existing roofs and walls are made of, especially if they
contain fragile materials.
the age of an existing structure.
previous modifications made.

The designers have a duty to ensure that their designs give


adequate regard to health and safety. Foreseeable risks
should be avoided. If it is not reasonably practicable to avoid
them, they should be combated at source. Priority should
be given to design solutions providing general rather than
individual protection.

existing arrangements for access.


restrictions on availability of space for crainage or handling
equipment.
relevant permit to work arrangements operated by the client.
fire prevention precautions.

For example:

areas where contractor access will be prohibited.


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All designs, specifications and materials should comply with the


relevant building regulations.

Clients can benefit considerably from a structured approach


to health and safety. Better planning and better systems of
co-ordination between designers, contractors and specialist
subcontractors can lead to:
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reduced delays

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a building that is easier and cheaper to maintain

Work at height is more expensive than similar work done at ground


level. This additional cost can increase dramatically if it is not
properly organised and controlled.

1.1.12

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eliminate fragile materials.

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minimise the need for work at height during construction.

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minimise inspection and maintenance requirements for the


completed roof and wall envelope.

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identify and design in safe access and working for maintenance


and cleaning.

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consider carefully the siting of plant which will require


maintenance. Are there alternatives to placing it on the roof?
If not, there are the optimum position on the roof where safe
access can most easily be provided?

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consider carefully rooflight location.

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provide clear and unambiguous specifications for safety critical


elements of the design.

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provide information relevant to construction and maintenance for


inclusion in tender documentation and in the health and safety
file.

Health & Safety,


Buildabilty & Siteworks
The design of the roof and wall should be reviewed as a total
design package. It should take account of the interaction between
all components (in both final and partially erected state) and their
effect on the systems of work necessary to erect the structure.

Where rooflights are required, designers should consider:


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specifying rooflights that are non-fragile

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fitting rooflights designed to project above the plane of the roof


and which cannot be walked on (these reduce the risk but they
should still be capable of withstanding a person falling onto
them).

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specifying rooflights with a design life that matches that of the


roof, taking account of the likely deterioration due to ultra-violet
exposure, environmental pollution and the internal and external
building environment.

Designing Roofs
Access to roofs is often simple and it can be easy to walk around
on them. Accidents happen not just to roof workers but also to
engineers, surveyors, children, caretakers, etc. The first priority is to
design out the risk at source, for example by specifying adequate
in-built edge protection. Designers should consider the alternatives
available in terms of their effectiveness in preventing falls, as well as
cost, aesthetics and buildability.

Kingspan rooflight systems are non-fragile and do not increase


Health & Safety risk.

Roof work is dangerous. Almost one in five construction deaths are


caused by falls from or through roofs. Falls through fragile materials
such as roof lights and asbestos cement roofing sheets account
for more of these deaths than any other single cause. There are
also many serious injuries, often resulting in permanent disabilities.
These accidents occur across the whole range of roof work from
the simplest repairs to large-scale construction projects.

Roofing Systems
The safest option is to specify a roof system which is nonfragile during construction and over its design life.
Kingspan insulated roof systems are non-fragile, simple and
fast to install and are load bearing independent of the fixing
system.
Handling of very long roof panels can be dangerous for roof
workers and others, even in moderate winds. Under certain wind
conditions, sheeting work has to be stopped.

Edge Protection
Edge protection options in order of effectiveness are:
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parapet.

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guardrail at the roof edge.

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permanent protected walkway for access to plant on the roof.

Designers can help reduce the amount of work done at height


throughout the life of the structure.

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preformed sockets to support temporary edge protection


guardrails.

For example, they could:

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running line systems designed, installed and tested to the


relevant standards.

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increase the maintenance life of roof components

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locate plant and equipment at low level wherever possible

Designers should be aware of the requirements of the relevant


Health & Safety Regulations.

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design gutter detailing to reduce blockages

Fragile Materials

Good liaison between designers can achieve better standards at


all stages of the work. A practical example is the effect of gutter
design on systems when the roof is laid.

Roof Maintenance

Co-operation with Others

The most important issue for designers is how to design out fragile
materials or eliminate unprotected fragile materials at height.

Roof workers and others commonly use gutters for access at


eaves level along the roof. The structural strength of the gutter,
its width and depth and the quality of the fixings greatly affect its
safety as a means of access. Where gutters are not strong enough
or are fitted after the roof cladding is fixed, means of access will
be needed which takes this into account. Problems can often be
avoided if designers consult with each other.

The supplier of building materials should be able to provide:


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initial material strength.

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the effects of ultra-violet radiation on material properties.

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fixing specifications, including type, number and position.

Rooflights
For rooflights designers should consider carefully the potential
to eliminate or reduce this hazard.
The decision on whether to include rooflights should take account
of the risks associated with temporary gaps during construction,
and the risks when access to the roof is needed later during
maintenance or cleaning.

1.1.13

Health & Safety,


Buildabilty & Siteworks
Principal Contractors

Safety method statements can usefully form the basis of the


construction phase health and safety plan. They are usually drawn
up by individual contractors rather than the principal contractor.
Principal contractors need to scrutinise contractor method
statements.

Principal contractors are the key players in setting practical on-site


safety standards and ensuring that they are actually followed. They
should:
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ensure that the overall work programme gives enough time for
work to be done safely by subcontractor, taking account of likely
weather conditions.

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allow time to consider method statements and deal with the


implications of design changes.

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devise a work programme which reflects the need to control


access to areas below roof work where there is danger of falling
materials.

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specify clearly at tender stage the resources allocated to control


and manage risks such as falls from height.

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They need to satisfy themselves that these are appropriate and


adequate for the work in hand. It is not acceptable for principal
contractors merely to specify that method statements are drawn
up. They need to establish an effective system for reviewing them.
Principal contractors need to monitor compliance with the
construction phase health and safety plan and take positive action
to remedy matters if risk is not being effectively controlled.

Contractors
Contractors need to:

ensure that relevant information is passed to the contractor.

Principal contractors need to ensure that an adequate construction


phase health and safety plan is in place before construction starts.
The plan needs to set out explicitly how the work is to be done in
practice and the precautionary measures that need to be taken.

1.1.14

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prepare safety method statements that are relevant to the work


being done.

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ensure that they and their employees are competent to carry out
the work in hand safely.

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co-operate with the principal contractor in implementing the


construction phase health and safety plan.

Health & Safety,


Buildabilty & Siteworks
On-Site Installation

Buildability

Kingspan provide site installation methods guidance booklets


for their insulated roof and wall systems which are available to
designers and constructors from Kingspans Technical Services.

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems are factory preengineered enabling safer, simple, costeffective, rapid and superior
quality site construction. This facilitates reliable and fast site
programme certainty, lower prelim and attendance costs, on time
project handover and earlier client/tenant trading income payback
compared with multi-part site-assembled envelope systems.

Roof Systems
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KS1000 RW

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KS1000 FF

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KS1000 RT

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KS1000 XDEK

Build Speed
Kingspan single component, single fix insulated roof and wall
systems can typically reduce on-site construction time by up to
50% compared with conventional built-up, multi-part roof or wall
on-site assemblies. This allows the site installation of roof and wall
systems to be removed from the building programmes critical
path.

Wall Systems
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KS1000 AWP B/M/E/W/L/S/I/F

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KS1000 AWPflex

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KS1150 TF/TL/TC B/M/E/W/L/S/I/F

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KS1000 FR

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KS1000 FH

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KS1000 RW

Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Kingspan Insulated Panels

Site Assembled Built-up Systems

Single component
Single fix
All Weather working
Zero defects

Multi-component
Multi-fix
Weather limited
Quality defects

Area 5,000 m2

Area 10,000 m2

No. Weeks
0

1.1.15

10

Reduce lifetime energy usage, operating costs


and CO2 emissions byupto 40%

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance
and Energy Efficiency

Introduction
World wide concern regarding climate change and the impact
which greenhouse gas emissions have on the environment have
encouraged governments to act.
The EU Directive on the energy performance of Buildings (EPBD)
ensures that building standards across Europe place a high
emphasis on minimising energy consumption.
These measures are a vital component of the EUs strategy to meet
its Kyoto Protocol commitments.
This protocol was signed by 159 countries in Dec.1997. The Main
goal is reduction of emissions rising in consequence by greenhouse
effect.
In brief the EPBD requires all EU Member States to:
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develop a calculation methodology for the energy performance


of buildings

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set and enforce minimum energy performance requirements for


new built buildings and buildings undergoing major renovation

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develop energy performance certificates for buildings, which


must be shown to buyers/tenants when buildings/apartments
are constructed, sold or rented out

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ensure the regular inspection of certain boilers and airconditioning systems

The recent EC Action Plan for Energy Efficiency foresees a key role
for the EPBD in realising the savings potential in the building sector,
which is estimated at28%, and which in turn can reduce the total
EU final energy use by around 11%.

EU Directive on Energy Performance, May 2010

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems provide solutions and


construction details for building designers which already satisfy
these higher specifications in terms of Uvalues, thermal bridging,
condensation risk, air leakage and insulation continuity. These
systems also enable the integration and downsizing of HVAC plant,
thus reducing lifetime energy usage, operating costs and Carbon
Dioxide (CO2) emissions byupto40%.

1.2.17

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance
and Energy Efficiency

Most buildings have to be heated during the winter (some


throughout the entire year) to provide a suitable environment for the
occupants or the processes within the building. Conversely, some
buildings have to be kept cool eg. chill stores for keeping food
fresh. In simple terms, the insulation system or envelope separates
the internal and external environments. To achieve this, it must
have barrier systems to effectively control:

In most buildings, the envelope is relied upon to absorb the energy


difference between inside and out. This puts a lot of stress on
the barrier materials within the envelope assembly to provide a
variety of ways to respond to the changing external environment.
An envelope assembly is designed to a minimum tolerance and
a failure in any one of the components within the assembly will
significantly reduce the overall assembly performance. What is
critically important is that to be successful, any envelope solution
must integrate the performance of its different components to
achieve the desired result. For example, an envelope which has
theoretically good thermal properties but which lets rain in or
looses heat when the wind blows has not achieved its required
performance.

1. The flow of heat. This is generally the flow from inside to


outside during the winter months and the flow from outside to
inside in the summer.
2. The flow of precipitation. The envelope must prevent rain and
snow from entering the building.
3. Wind. It must prevent wind from blowing through the building.
If uncontrolled wind is allowed to blow through a building, the
internal environment cannot be controlled in any way.

In addition to meeting all these control barrier requirements, the


envelope design must also be economical and buildable.
The efficiency of the thermal insulation of the installed building
envelope depends on the correct specification of parameters,
assembly and durability of the system. Error in any of these areas
results in degradation of envelope heat insulating properties.

4. Humidity. The envelope must allow the control of humidity levels


indoors.
An envelope must satisfy all these criteria and must be capable of
providing satisfactory performance in each area for the designed
service life of the building.

Using infrared thermography makes it possible to identify quickly


and precisely any imperfections in thermal insulation performance
and verify the thermal insulating properties of the roof and wall
systems.

rain or snow,
rain and snow
heat lost
solar
radiation
condensation

wind
heat gain
heating economy

1.2.18

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance
and Energy Efficiency

The following thermographic photographs demonstrate high performance insulation properties combined with low air
permeability, which are typical properties of Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems.

Wall outside views

Roof inside views

This photograph shows the lower glazed part and the sandwich
insulating panels above it. All the panels show favourable quality of
the insulation which is completely coherent and its joints are tight.
At the eaves moulding in the area where the roof assembled on the
building is in contact with insulating sandwich panels, small leakage
with air leak appears.

This photograph provides the inside view on the sandwich


insulating panel. The outside temperature was higher during the
research thanks to which a higher temperature gradient was
reached. The red strip across the photograph is caused by sunlight
radiation through the skylight. The sandwich insulating panels
behaviour well and the joints show good sealing integrity.

This photograph shows sandwich insulating panel with door and


window openings. These openings can be easily identified as the
rectangular areas are a bit warmer, which is caused by heat loss
naturally more extensive in this area. The panels and joints of the
ystem do now show any important defect and their function is
good.

This system of roof sandwich insulating panels above the cooled


tore shows a high level of heat insulation without any mark of
thermal failures. The insulation is of uniform efficiency and the joints
seam to be leak-proof. The blue mark top left is caused by the
skylight, which is not insulated so well.

This photograph of the sandwich insulating panel wall outside


shows uniform temperature of the surface, which proves the well
performed insulation and state of joint. This example shows perfect
performance of the designed structural element.

This system of roof sandwich insulating panels above the cooled


store shows a high level of heat insulation without any mark of heat
failure. The insulation is of uniform efficiency and the joints seem to
be leak-proof. The blue mark on the photograph top left is caused
by the skylight which is not insulates so well.

1.2.19

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance
and Energy Efficiency

Thermographic image showing an insulated panel roof system


indicating total insulation continuity.

For example 1% moisture by volume in builtup manmade mineral


fibre insulants can reduce thermal performance by up to 85% or
more, increasing the Uvalue from 0.25W/m2K to 0.47W/m2K.
Typical example of the effect of 1% moisture ingress (by volume) on
mineral fibre insulant.

Thermographic image of a site assembled builtup manmade mineral


fibre roof system. The large irregular black area within the image
represents missing, misplaced or poorly performing insulation which is
leading to significant cold bridging, loss of insulation continuity and major
heat loss over the buildings lifetime.

The selection of system insulation and its


lifetime performance isafundamental design,
construction and occupier issue

1.2.20

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance

Thermal Conductivity

Cold Bridges & Thermal Performance

To describe the insulation performance of any building material, the


thermal conductivity unit [W/mK] is used as the most important
measure. It indicates how much energy (heat) flows in a steadystate condition in one hour through a 1 meter thick material, if
the temperature difference between the inside and the outside
amounts to T=1Kelvin.

Cold bridges are locally weak points in the structure of a building,


through which more heat flows than the surrounding surfaces.
Because cold bridges are often the cause of building damage,
particular attention must be paid to them. They cause lower
localised surface temperatures, resulting in the formation of
condensation and mold/fungus.

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems with PIR/IPN rigid


foam insulation achieve values of 0.022W/mK (mineral wool
0.044W/mK) according to the EU specification EN13165
Thermal insulation products for buildings factory made rigid
polyurethane (PIR) products.

Cold areas are uncomfortable, and bacteria or mould/fungus


growth is very unhealthy. Cold bridges also represent a further
enormous cost in the form of heat loss, which results in additional
energy consumption and therefore additional CO2emmissions.
Particularly with multi-layer insulation systems, missing insulation
continuity combined with, poor assembly practice can increase the
thermal transmittance coefficient U[W/m2K] enormously, resulting
in significant heat loss.

This high insulation performance is achieved by the combination


of a vapour diffusion-closed external skin with a closed cellular
PIR/IPN rigid urethane core. The result is currently the best thermal
performance of all well-known insulating systems in the building
industry.

By using constant wall thickness throughout the insulation


envelope, and by the thermal separation of the internal and external
skins, the highly engineered quality of Kingspan insulated panel
systems prevents the formation of cold bridges.

Example:
An 8 cm PIR-composite wall panel has the same insulation
performance as a 48cm multilayer wall made from 36.5cm
thick brick-work plus 8cm insulation and finished with plaster
on both sides.

Thermal Failure &Increased Energy Operating


Costs
For example, a gap caused by 3% of the total insulation volume
missing would reduce U values as follows:

The thermal storage capacity of Kingspan insulated roof and wall


systems is very low due to the low density of the core material.
Thus commercial buildings in intermittent use can be heated fast
saving energy.

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roofs 0.25 to 0.33 W/m2K

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walls 0.35 to 0.43 W/m2K

5,000 m2 Building Example


Additional heat loss
= 22%
Additional energy usage = 29.583 kWH per annum
Additional CO2 emissions = 6.212 kg per annum*

10,000 m2 Building Example


Additional heat loss
= 23%
Additional energy usage = 53.464 kWh per annum
Additional CO2 emissions = 11.227 kg per annum*
* Conversion of energy to Carbon emissions based on an average
fuel efficiency.

1.2.21

Lower Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions,


through enhanced energy efficiency,
reduces Global Warming

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance

Humidity
There is a close relationship between insulation performance and
humidity control because of the high thermal conductivity of water,
which is approximately thirty times larger than the conductivity of
resting air. The thermal conductivity of insulating material increases
as a function of its water content. Insulating materials with high
capillary absorbency can hold up to 98% by volume of water.

In addition to the influence on the thermal performance, excess


humidity can lead to fungus/mold growth and attack by vermin.
Frost damage, corrosion, the solvent effect on other materials as
well as dimensional changes can also be caused by moisture/
humidity permeation.
It is important to recognise the significance of humidity and its
potential for causing harmful condensation within a building. Typical
temperature and humidity readings for some types of buildings are
shown in the following table:

And an increase in moisture content of only 1% by volume can


reduce the thermal performance of manmade mineral fibre
insulation by up to 85%.

Building use

Relative Humidity at Internal


Temperature
15C

Storage areas

20C

Standard & High Humidity Side Lap Seals

25C

< 50%

< 35%

< 25%

Office,shops and most retail units

5065%

3550%

2535%

Dwellings with low occupancy

6580%

5060%

3545%

Dwellings with high occupancy e.g. sports


halls, kitchen, canteens buildings heated with
unflued gas heaters

8095%

6070%

4555%

Standard Humidity
Factory applied anti-condensation tape
Factory applied anti-condensation tape
PVC or butyl sealing tape
PVC or butyl sealing tape

High Humidity

Higher humidity (special use) buildings e.g.


swimming pools, laundries, breweries

Factory applied anti-condensation tape


Factory applied anti-condensation tape
PVC or butyl sealing tape
PVC or butyl sealing tape

> 95%

> 70%

> 55%
Site applied 6 mm vapour seal
Site applied 6 mm vapour seal

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems are manufactured with factory applied anti-condensation/vapour control tape to control the humidity.

1.2.23

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance

Condensation
Water vapour is water in its gaseous state. The higher the absolute
content of water vapour, the larger the water vapour pressure.
Water vapour always follows the steam pressure gradient. Ignoring
the effect of gravity and other forces, water vapour will always
move along the pressure gradient towards the point of lowest
concentration. This migration process is called diffusion. Normally
in warm buildings, the vapour pressure difference between the
internal building climate and the outside causes diffusion of water
vapour out of the building. If the water vapour reaches the dew
point, it changes into liquid state and condenses as water.

OUTSIDE
Condensation:
can reduce thermal
resistance and
damage building
fabric

Air movement at surface:


can cause convention heat loss
Ageing: any degradation
to material or to thermal
resistance from quoted
values over the lifetime,
including settlement or
compression

Higher
thermal
bridging

Designers of chill and coldstores should consider the reverse


condensation effect where the external temperature will normally be
higher than the cold internal air (with lower vapour content) resulting
in moisture migration into the building. In these circumstances, the
vapour barrier has to be located towards the external skin of the
panels.

INSIDE

Vapour permeability presents


risk of condensation

Leakiness air escape


carries heat away

INSTALLATION RISKS:
Site assembly is vulnerable to poor installation leaving gaps, missing insulation,
higher air leakage or physical deterioration (compression).

The largest risk factor is the potential for build up of vapour causing
interstitial condensation within the insulation material which results
in its physical degradation and can lead to thermal performance
failure.

The need for lower Uvalues and insulation continuity requires


certainty of insulation performance over the buildings lifetime and
the removal of any risk of increased thermal conductivity, whatever
the cause.

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems utilise closed cell


insulation between impervious metal facings which prevents any
moisture or vapour ingress into the insulation core. This ensures
long term thermal (Uvalue) reliability and insulation continuity.
Designed-in quality guarantees the reliability of thermal (Uvalue)
and insulation continuity.

1.2.24

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Thermal Performance

Air Leakage Prevention

distributed ventilation to that building. In addition to this, the warm


air which is leaking out of the building will carry moisture which
may condense within the building fabric leading to degradation.
Ventilation of a building should be designed and should be based
on the assumption that the envelope will be relatively airtight.

Air leakage prevention describes the ability of a building to prevent


air from passing through it. Specifically, it is concerned with the
movement of air through construction joints.
An airtight building envelope not only reduces heat loss, but also
prevents vapour diffusion leading to improved thermal and acoustic
performance, and better control of internal climatic conditions.

Up to 33% of HVAC costs on industrial and commercial buildings


are caused by air leakage. Air leakage causes a particularly risk
of condensation in multi-layer roof and wall systems. Thus small
assembly and design errors with these systems can easily result in
increased air leakage rate.

The physical reason for the passage of air through structural joints
is the pressure difference between inside and out caused by the
wind, and the temperature difference between the external and
internal climates. Small wind velocities can produce surprisingly
high differential pressures. Thermal pressure depends on the
temperature difference and on the room height. The combination of
wind and thermally induced differential pressure can add up to high

The designed-in quality of the KINGSPAN system substantially


reduces air leakage by means of a unique labyrinth joint design
and the factory applied joint sealants.
The selection of a system of insulation for a building is
a fundamental design, construction and owner issue. Its
ability to perform over the lifetime of the building is critical
in optimising energy efficiency and Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
emissions.

peak values for pressure differential.


Air leakage through a building envelope should not be considered
as acceptable natural ventilation. Air leakage into a building cannot
be controlled or filtered and will not provide adequate or evenly

Challenges to Insulation Performance


Machine-Made Mineral Fibre Insulation

Kingspan Closed Cell Insulated Roof and Wall Systems

Rock fibre

Closed cell insulation

OO

Vapour permeability presents risk of condensation

OO

impervious facings

OO

Leakiness air escape carries heat away

OO

No cavities or condensation risk

OO

Condensation can reduce thermal resistance and damage


building fabric

OO

No air movement

OO

Factory quality (no gaps or missing insulation)

OO

No settlement, ageing or compression of insulation

Installation Quality Certainty


Factory, pre-engineered systems facilitate superior quality site
installation.

Glass fibre
OO

Air movement at surface can cause convection heat less

OO

Degradation to material or thermal resistance can occur through


settlement, ageing and compression over the buildings lifetime

Installation Quality Risks


Man-made mineral fibre materials are vulnerable to poor installation
leaving gaps or physical deterioration (compression).

1.2.25

Building fabric insulation and airtightness certainty play a vital role in optimising energy efficiency,
lowering energy usage and reducing operating costs over the buildings lifetime.
Additionally, significant capital cost savings can be made by downsizing HVAC plant and services at
new build stage.
Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems facilitate the construction of energy efficient and low
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emission buildings, providing environmentally sustainable construction.

Thermal Airtightness
Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficient
Building Design

Building Services

Inspection and Commissioning of Building


Services Systems

To achieve energy efficiency in practice and compliance with


current regulations, the building and its services systems should
be appropriately designed and constructed. Information should
also be provided such that the energy performance of the building
in use can be assessed. When designing building services
installations, provision should be made to facilitate appropriate
inspection and commissioning.

The building services installation must:


a) be capable of operating at the manufacturers specified
efficiency; and
b) incorporate adequate provisions so that testing and
commissioning can be carried out satisfactorily.
Written instructions must be provided for the buildings occupier
on the installed building services plant and controls so that it
meets current regulations. Instructions must cover its method of
operation, preventative maintenance, and the forecasting of annual
energy consumption for the building.

In large complex buildings, it may be sensible to consider the


provisions for the conservation of fuel and power separately for
the different zonal areas of the building in order to establish the
measures appropriate to each area.
The form and fabric performance of the building plays a vital role
in the achievement of in-use energy efficiency. Optimum energy

With regard to the commissioning of the building services,


requirements will be met by certifying that commissioning has been
done in accordance with the appropriate building regulations.

efficiency can be achieved by utilising the superior lifetime thermal,


air leakage and insulation continuity performance of Kingspans roof
and wall systems. This allows the design team to downsize HVAC
plant, minimising energy usage and cost levels over the lifetime
of the building. This also achieves lower Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
emissions and maximises environmental sustainability for future
generations.

The requirements for the provision of information on energy


efficient operation will be met by a self-contained building log-book
containing the following details:
a) a schedule of the floor areas of each of the building zones
categorised by environmental servicing type (e.g. air conditioned,
naturally ventilated); and

The key areas for consideration are:

Heating/Cooling System Efficiency

b) the purpose of the individual building services systems; and

The heating or cooling system of a building must be designed and


installed to make efficient use of energy to enable conservation of
fuel and power.

c) the location of the relevant plant and equipment; and


d) the installed capacities (input power and output rating) of the
services plant; and

Space Heating Controls

e) simple descriptions of the operational and control strategies of


the energy consuming services in the building; and

Artificial Lighting
Air Conditioning, Mechanical Ventilation

f) operating and maintenance instructions that include provisions


enabling the specified performance to be sustained during
occupation.

Buildings incorporating air conditioning or mechanical ventilation


must be designed and constructed so that:
a) the form and fabric of the building do not result in a requirement
for excessive installed capacity of cooling equipment; and
b) fans, pumps, refrigeration equipment and other components
are reasonably efficient and appropriately sized to have no more
capacity for demand and standby than is necessary; and
c) there are appropriate means of managing, controlling and
monitoring the operation of equipment and systems.
If this is done, the requirements for energy efficiency of air
conditioning and mechanical ventilation will be met.

1.2.27

Roof Drainage
Roofs are constructed in a variety of shapes, from a simple pitched arrangement with external gutters,
to a more complex multi-span construction with valleys, hips, parapets or boundary wall gutters.
Gutter Types and Location

Parapet
or Boundary
Wall Gutter

Valley Gutter

External Gutter

Gutter layout and roof drainage requires careful consideration at the


building design stage to guarantee reliable performance.
Eaves gutters are outside the building envelope and any failure or
leakage would not normally mean water entering the building.
Failure of valley, hip, parapet and boundary wall gutters, which are
an integral part of the roof, results in water pouring into the building
damaging both the fabric of the building and its contents.
Therefore, correct gutter design, construction and in use reliability
form a vital part of the project teams considerations. The design
details for roof drainage are based on the recommendations in
EN120563:2000 Gravity drainage systems inside buildings
Part3: Roof drainage, layout and calculation.
Kingspan design and manufacture a range of standard and
customised internal and external gutter systems, see chapter
Accessories.

Rainfall Rate
Rainfall rates have been recorded in many countries over the years,
and this information has been used in EN120563 to indicate
where and how frequently particular rainfall rates are likely to
occur. A rate of 75mm/hr is suggested as the normal basis for
calculation. This rate is generally suitable for eaves gutters.
Most gutter and drainage systems have to be able to deal with
short periods of excess rainfall, provided they are correctly
designed and maintained. Higher rainfall rates such as 150mm/hr
can be used if required to reduce overflow risks further, e.g. for
valley, hip, parapet or boundary wall gutters.

1.3.28

Roof Drainage
Design General

depth between 25mm and 0.3 total gutter depth up to maximum


of 75mm. A minimum 50mm freeboard is often considered good
practice.

To establish the correct gutter design and size it is necessary to


calculate the rainwater discharge rate from the roof. This involves
assessing the rainfall rate and the effective catchment area, Ae.

Typical Gutter & Downpipe Analysis

Effective Catchment Area, Ae

Single Span (a)

The water drainage from a roof includes rain falling directly onto the
roof and also wind driven rain running off adjacent roofs, walls and
parapets which has to be taken into account.

The total effective area therefore is:


Yu

OO

the shaded roof plate area

OO

the shaded vertical elevation area

Example:

Yc

Q/2

Q/2

Multispan (b)

A
2
20

10

Yu

A=

(10 20)

Elevation
+

(2 20)
2

Wall
+

Yc

Q/4

Q/4

Yu

Yc

Yc

Q/4

Q/4

Yu

Note that for the same discharge rate, arrangement b only requires
half the capacity of arrangement a. This shows that outlets at stop
ends can be less efficient.

The effective catchment area Ae for slope A is:


Roof Plate

Yc

(2 10)
4

= 225 m2

The gutter and downpipe arrangement has to be designed to


provide sufficient capacity for the predicted discharge rate.
Gutter design is normally based on the following assumptions:
OO

Slope of the gutter is less than 1 in 350.

OO

The gutter has a uniform cross section.

OO

The outlets are large enough to ensure the gutter discharges


freely.

OO

The dimension from a stop end to outlet should be less than 50


maximum water depth

OO

The dimension between outlets should be less than 100


maximum water depth.

The depth of water in the gutter will vary from a maximum at


the upstream end, to a minimum critical depth at the outlet,
depending on gutter shape. For rectangular section gutters the
maximum water depth equals twice the depth at the outlet.
Valley, hip, parapet and boundary wall gutters should include an
allowance for freeboard to allow for splashing and waves below
the spill over level. EN120563 recommends minimum freeboard

1.3.29

Roof Drainage
Gutter Design

Kingflow Insulated Gutter Range

Eaves Gutters

Valley Gutter

Flow capacities for individual shapes and lengths for gutters, outlet
sizes and downpipe arrangements can be calculated by designers.
As eaves gutters are outside the building envelope, the design is
less critical than for a valley, hip, parapet or boundary wall gutter.
For this reason freeboard (excess capacity) is not usually calculated
in eaves gutter designs.

Valley, Hip, Parapet and Boundary Wall Gutters


These are effectively part of the roof construction and the
consequences of overflow or leakage are serious, so their correct
design and installation are very important. As they are part of
the roof, they must also be insulated to comply with thermal
requirements with respect to excess heat loss, thermal bridging
and the risk of condensation.
Gutters should be wide enough and sufficiently strong to allow
foot traffic during installation and maintenance and to comply with
Health &Safety Regulations.

Parapet Gutter

Industry guides to good practice recommend minimum base


widths of 500mm for valleys, and 300mm for parapet and
boundary wall gutters. In general the shape of these gutters will be
dictated by roof slope, design flow rate and the distance between
downpipes. An additional freeboard over the maximum water level
is recommended to allow for splashing and waves (up to 75mm).
Gutters and outlets have to be dimensionally integrated into the
buildings structural/secondary steelwork.

Eaves Highline Gutter

1.3.30

Roof Drainage
Outlets & Overflow Weirs

Siphonic Rainwater Systems

Outlets should be in the bottom of the gutter and they can either
be directly into a pipe, or preferably via a box to ensure optimum
drainage flow from the gutter.

Where conventional gravity rainwater systems may cause


obstructions inside a building because of reduced headroom below
pipes under the roofs and/or position of vertical pipes, siphonic
systems should be considered. Siphonic pipes are usually smaller
in diameter than normal rainwater pipes and the system is driven
by pressure differences which allows horizontal pipe runs to be
used.

EN120563 defines how to determine the correct box and pipe


sizes for a particular situation. Typically the diameter of a downpipe
connected directly to the sole of a rectangular gutter should be
approximately 75% of the width of the gutter.

Siphonic systems have to be designed by the manufacturer to suit


the roof layout with the collection area and outlet capacity balanced
against pressures in the pipe system. Each pipe system has a
maximum flow rate and also a minimum limit at which siphonic self
cleaning action will commence.

Box Outlet

35 35

150350 long
150350 long

140140

Excess water at one outlet needs to be able to flow along the


gutter to other outlets which introduces limits on smaller gutters.
The system needs to be designed so that the minimum velocity
in the system at the design rainfall shall prevent deposition in the
pipework and ensure rapid commencement of the siphonic effect.

Purlin
Insul. to Gutter
Purlin
to Gutter
180 wideInsul.
1,015
long

150150

Straight outlet
(round), welded
Straight
outlet
or loose welded
(round),
or loose

Overflow Weir
Overflow Weir

180 wide 1,015 long


150
150

The large difference between average rainfall intensity and peak


design rainfall calculated to EN12056 in some regions of the British
Isles often requires that two siphonic systems are fitted to valley
gutters. One is designed to accept the normal rainfall range and the
secondary system (which can be siphonic or gravity) is normally dry
except in heavy storms.

(Typical dimensions in mm)


(Typical dimensions in mm)

Tapered Outlet

150150

140140

Conventional Rainwater Gravity Drainage Method

Tapered outlet,
welded
loose
Taperedoroutlet,
welded or loose

150
150

(Typical dimensions in mm)


(Typical dimensions in mm)

8 downpipes and internal


underground drainage
incorporating inspection
chambers

Overflow Weirs

Self Priming Siphonic System

A typical siphonic outlet.


Seal

Stop-end
Optional spitter with weir

1.3.31

Roof Drainage
Thermal Insulation
Internal gutter systems have to comply with thermal regulations
as they are classed as part of the roof structure. Kingspan
recommend an insulation Uvalue of 0.35W/m2K which provides
premelt drainage in the event of snow fall and ice formation.
This facilitates drainage of the roof system under winter conditions.
In addition, analysis of condensation risk and thermal bridge heat
loss is necessary.

Durability
All gutters are subjected to severe corrosive conditions due to
the frequency of wetting, and the accumulation of debris and dirt,
which can retain water and moisture for extended periods. Internal
gutters are used as walkways during and after construction and are
subject to periodic cleaning. Any protective coating systems must
therefore be resistant to damage.
Gutter replacement is disruptive and expensive as it involves
stripping out parts of and possible replacement of the whole roof
system.

Protective Coatings
External gutters

Therefore, the planned lifetime for internal gutters should be


30years, which should allow for periodic maintenance.

OO

Galvanised substrate S220GD+ZA to EN10214:1992

OO

internal coating 200 micron Plastisol.

Internal gutters
OO

Galvanised substrate FeP02GZ600 to EN10143:1993

OO

single ply membrane

OO

internal coating 200 micron Plastisol.

Site Installation
Site installation of gutter systems is a high risk activity which
requires specific Health &Safety and CDM procedures and method
statements.

Maintenance
It is important to recognise that the performance of all gutter
systems will deteriorate in time because of leaves, silt and other
debris. The system should be designed with appropriate safety
factors to allow for this, depending on risk of accumulation
and frequency of maintenance. Regular scheduled inspections
which should be at least once per year in most locations are
recommended.

1.3.32

Fire Safety Performance


Fire safety risk assessment is essential for compliance with statutory regulations and standards, and
for life safety occupants, business risk planning and property insurance assessment.
The guidance provided in this section provides a simple and authoritative source of information. The
emphasis is on awareness and information with the aim of helping to clarify both statutory and property
roof and wall systems.
insurance requirements regarding the performance of Kingspan
Kingspan roof and wall systems are used extensively in all building
sectors. External roof/wall and internal temperature control panel
systems are required to perform many functions:
OO

Thermally effective

OO

Limit air leakage

OO

Structurally efficient

OO

Provide fire safety

OO

Acoustically compliant

OO

Provide safe and fast build quality

OO

Ecosafe

OO

Hygiene and health

OO

Vitality

OO

Misinformation has caused the fire risk of external sandwich


panel envelopes to be sensationalised. Most significant fires and
insurance losses have been related to buildings with internal
compartments within the food processing industry.

Building regulations apply not only to the design and construction


of new buildings but also to existing buildings if a material alteration
or change of use is being made. It is the building regulations that
are likely to have the main impact on the required fire performance
of external cladding systems. Each country has its own
regulations/standards for fire safety.
Recently Kingspan has introduced its new insulation core material
Isophenic-IPN on the market. This foam has a special polymer
structure which gives improved fire performance compared to PIR.

Kingspan certified

panel systems with IPN core


achieve all this functionality and are widely recognised as well
by investors, property insurers, designers and constructors for
superior fire performance which reduces fire risk.
Kingspan panel systems have been tested and approved to
European and country specific standards and comply with all
building regulations. Furthermore, they comply with the property
insurance risk requirements of LPCB (Loss Prevention Council
Board in the UK) and the FM Global insurance company as follows:
OO

To comply with specific fire test standards, no flash over or fire


propagation occurs.

OO

No flame spread occurs within the panel core.

OO

Kingspan
roof and wall systems are secured to the
main/secondary frame members of the structure to protect fire
fighters

45 years of real fire history indicates that rigid PIR insulated external
roof and wall panels have an exemplary fire performance record.
Collated analysis from real fires shows:
OO

There are no recorded incidents where external insulated roof


and wall panels have caused or have been involved in the initial
stages of a fire.

OO

External insulated roof and wall panels only become involved


when an internal fire has reached a fully developed state
involving total loss of building and contents.

OO

Statutory fire safety legislation is primarily concerned


with the protection of people from death or injury in fire.
However, a fire that causes no physical injuries can still have
potentially devastating effects on the viability of a business
in terms of:

Due to the way they are fixed to the structure, the panels which
form the external envelope retain their structural integrity until the
structural frame fails.

1.4.34

OO

loss of stock

OO

direct damage to building

OO

lost customers

OO

loss of records

OO

lost production

OO

damage to public image

Fire Safety Performance


Therefore, where a fire has the potential to have a substantial
impact on the viability of a business or cause large financial losses,
consideration should be given to additional fire protection measures
over and above those necessary to satisfy the minimum statutory
requirements. Insurance premium discounts may be available
where a high standard of fire protection is provided.
In some cases, insurance cover may not be readily available unless
fire protection measures exceed the minimum requirements of
building regulations.

Myths and Misinformation


The property insurance market has been confused by
conflicting information, mis-reporting and myths in relation to
polyurethane panels. Probably the most damaging myth is that
building insurance premiums can increase by up to 1,500%
for polyurethane panel cladding and that some buildings are
uninsurable. The reality is that these dramatic premium increases
relate exclusively to buildings containing polystyrene panels. There
is no justification whatsoever for such premium increases on
buildings clad with polyurethane or isophenic panels.

The following findings can be summarized from the research


carried out on many real fires where Kingspan insulated roof and
wall systems were in use:

Kingspan is available to support building owners and tenants


when assessing fire risks and to help in negotiations with brokers/
insurers.
A further myth is that fire brigades will not enter a building clad with
sandwich panels. This is totally untrue, a situation confirmed by
discussions with fire-fighters. The reality is that a fire brigade will
perform a risk assessment on arrival at the fire. The result of this will
determine their actions.
Clearly, panel system collapse and internal flashover is the biggest
fear of fire-fighters. This is a particularly important consideration
in relation to internal panel systems where the fire-fighters have to
enter the building to fight the fire. The reality is that buildings clad in
structurally supported (mechanically-fixed) external panels do not
present a specific hazard, as the panels will not collapse until the
structural steelwork collapses.
Published fire statistics tend to show that external claddings
constructed from sandwich panels are not a major fire risk,
particularly if the chances of an arson attack can be reduced and
its effect minimised.

Facts and Confirmed Research


Although the rigid urethane used in the panels is unsurpassed in
its thermal insulating properties, it is basically combustible, like all
organic substances.

OO

The panels do not contribute to a fire. They are only damaged


in the immediate area of the fire and self-extinguish after the fire
load has gone

OO

By forming a protective char layer, the fire is starved of oxygen


between the metallic skins of the panel. The panels are thus selfextinguishing and do not contribute to a fire.

OO

Thermoset rigid urethane PIR/IPN does not melt or drip when


exposed to fire. Thus, the danger of igniting secondary fires does
not arise.

OO

The gases given off when PIR/IPN foam burns are less toxic
than those given off by conventional building materials (e.g.
wood)

OO

When used as roof cladding, the sandwich panels resist the


spread of fire and reduce radiant heat

OO

Compared to mineral insultant or insulating material made from


wood fibres, there is a substantially smaller risk of smouldering
after the main fire is put out

OO

The additional fire load caused by PIR/IPN panels varies


between 3 and 6kWh/m2 and therefore has very little effect on
a fire. This very lo w value results from the low density of the
insulating foam core which is approximately 41kg/m3

OO

The results from the standardised tests used to determine


combustibility are confirmed completely by the behaviour of the
panels in practice

Conclusion

But the historical fire performance and insurance loss statistics


relating to the use of Kingspan polyurethane/isophenic (PIR/IPN)
panels in the external envelope has been excellent. There is no
evidence whatsoever to suggest that Kingspan panel systems are
not fit-for-purpose and there is no link with higher insurer losses.
This is proven by detailed insurer loss statistics and case studies
on fires in buildings clad with such panels.

The behaviour of KINGSPAN insulated roof and wall panels in a fire


is similar to that of other fireresistant building materials.
With respect to current fire regulations and the need to build
passive fire protection in to a structure, insulated PIR/IPN panel
systems are amongst the safest proven building methods.

1.4.35

Fire Safety Performance


Combustibility of installed panel systems

Kingspan IPN foam

In recent years, huge confusion has been caused by panel


manufacturers and their suppliers making claim and counter claim
about the non-combustibility or otherwise of their own and their
competitors panel systems.

IPN foam is the abbreviation for Isophenic Kingspans unique


high grade index Polyisocyanurate insulation material. IPN and
PIR visually look the same. Both materials belong to the same
generic family of thermosetting materials. Kingspan IPN uses a
unique formulation that gives a highly fire resistant product which
is capable of passing insurance industry tests such as from LPCB
and FMGlobal.

The real issue is not about the combustibility of the panel system
or core directly all have combustible elements. The real issue is
how a specific system will perform in a real fire and whether it acts
as a noncombustible building element by not contributing to fire
propagation.

To achieve fire classification B according EN13501, panels made


with IPN core require very small quantity of added flame retardant.
Essential advantages of Isophenic is the superior fire performance
and the much lower production of toxic smoke in case of fire.

The simplest way of looking at this issue is to address the insulation


core and the panel system separately.
With polystyrene and rock fibre panels, adhesives are used to bond
the steel facing to the insulation. In rock fibre panels, the adhesive
is normally polyurethane and levels of adhesive can be quite large
to ensure a good bond and minimise the risk of delamination. As
a direct result, panels with a rock fibre core can not be generally
rated as completely non-combustible.

Section cut through the thickness of the panel with IPN core after 30 minutes exposure showing that the char occurs only in the area of direct
flame impingement and there is no fire propagation.

1.4.36

Fire Safety Performance


Fire Statistics in External Cladding Systems over
a Five Year period

Food Factories
Property Losses Table2:

It is vitally important to understand and quantify the actual fire


losses insured by insurers and break this down into individual
sectors and panel systems.
The first issue to address is the breakdown between losses
attributed to the use of external panel systems and those
attributable to the use of internal panel systems.
The December issue of Fire Prevention contains an article by
BRE (Building Research Establishment) which gives a truly
independent and authoritative assessment of the situation
Fire statistics show that external claddings constructed from
sandwich panels tend not to be a major fire risk, particularly if
the chances of an arson attack can be reduced and its effect
minimised. It is important, for example, for fire safety managers to
ensure that no combustible materials, such as pallets, are located
less than 10m from the external wall.

Year

Loss (mio)

1991

17

1992

35

1993

25

1994

12

1995

48

1996

29

1997

25

1998

68

1999

94

Total

353

Source: FPA and others

According to the Fire Protection Association (FPA), over a five


year period in the 1990s, the figure for total reported losses that
were directly attributable to external claddings of all kinds was
12.6mio, of which 9.3mio was due to arson. The typical causes
of these fires are set out in Table1. (Source: Courtesy of BRE)

Typical Causes of Ignition of These Fires Table1:


Number

Cause

33 (71.7%)

Arson/under investigation

6 (13%)

Electrical/gas

4 (8.7%)

Rubbish/smoking

1 (2.2%)

Spontaneous

2 (4.4%)

Unknown

1991

Source: FPA
Note: The above was recorded over a fiveyear period. This is
only a small fraction of the losses in the food industry over
the same period (see Table2) where fire spread through
sandwich panels used as internal partitions and ceilings,
leading to substantial losses.

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

These losses do not include business interruption losses, which


are typically about 50% or more than the values recorded for
property damage.
Fire losses in food factories over the period 1991 to 1999 represent
an average loss per year of 39mio (see Table2)

13%

Most of the food factory fires during this period resulted from
cooking risks or the malfunction of equipment. Stand-alone
coldstores may be considered as a lower risk, subject to the risk
assessment, which would take into account the financial exposure,
building size etc. However, these types of coldstores could still
be vulnerable to an arson attack or malfunction of refrigeration
equipment leading to a fire.

8.7%

2.2%
4.4%

(Source: Courtesy of BRE)

71.7%

1.4.37

Fire Safety Performance


Analysis of Major Fires by Value (19922001)

The building envelope, roofs and walls, plays relatively little


significance in determining the outcome of major fires. That is one
of the major messages that have come out of the latest research
into major fires in the commercial and industrial building sectors.

Table 4:
Type of
Construction

Conducted by EPIC [Engineered Panels in Construction], the


research is believed to be the largest study of its kind to look at the
relationship between major fire losses and the fabric of the building.
The research studied nearly 400 fires with losses in excess of
726,000 over a 10year period to 2001. Using Insurance Industry
records, Fire Service reports, photographs and EPICs own
research base, half of these incidents could be analysed in terms of
their construction. (See Tables3 and4).

Analysis of Major Fires by Number (19922001)

Value of Fires
mio

Additional
Comments

Traditional
brick/slate & tile/
asbestos/some
metal and metal
clad buildings

771 (96.9%)

213.3mio (26.8%)
realted to buildings
using polystyrene
panels installed
internally primarilly
in the food industry

Insulated panels
(polyurethane)

25 (3.1%)

LPCB Approved
PIR Panels

0 (0%)

Source: EPIC

The second issue to address is the breakdown between different


types of construction and panel systems. The following table
addresses this issue in detail.

3.1%

Table 3:
Type of
Construction

No. of Fires 726,000 Additional


Over Loss
Comments

Traditional
brick/slate & tile/
asbestos/some
metal

92 (51.4%)

10 projects involved
polystyrene panels
installed internally

Metal cladding

81 (44.5%)

13 projects involved
polystyrene panels
installed internally

Insulated panels
(polyurethane)

6 (3.4%)

3 projects originally
reported as panels
were found to be
polyurethane lining
board

LPCB Approved
PIR Panels

0 (0%)

96.9%

The research results show that only 3.4% of the fires involved
rigid urethane roof or wall panels compared with an estimated
15% of building stock in this sector were constructed with
panels over the last 25 years.
In the 6 cases identified, the panels only became involved
once the internal fire had become fully developed. This is born
out by large scale tests, which show that urethane panels are
only gradually involved during the developing stage of a fire
and are not affected until the fire is fully developed.

Source: EPIC
3.4%

44.5%

It is particularly significant that polyurethane panels were


involved in 3.4% of the total fires and these fires accounted
for 3.1% of the financial loss to insurers. In stark contrast
polystyrene panels were present in 12.8% of the total
number of fires but these fires represented 26.8% of the
total insurance loss. This data confirms that insurer losses
in fires involving polystyrene are higher than with other types
of insulated panel systems confirming the link between
polystyrene panels and higher insurance losses.

51.4%

1.4.38

Protecting business and property


insurer approved system
with

Fire Safety Performance


Purpose Groups
OO

Industrial/Manufacturing

OO

Student Accommodation

OO

Distribution/Logistics/Transport

OO

Residential/Social Housing

OO

Comercial Office

OO

Utilities

OO

Retail

OO

Public & Local Authority

OO

Leisure/Sport/Hotels

OO

Justice

OO

Education

OO

PFI/PPP

OO

Healthcare

OO

Refurbishment

OO

MoD/Defence

OO

Food Sector (box within a box)


Internal Office
Portal (concrete)

Construction Methods
Steel framed portal or truss type construction

Single
storey building with
Portal (concrete)

Internal Office
External Office
12 storey
internal
box

Truss
External Office
12 storey
Box within a box

Internal Office

Truss

Portal (concrete)

Food Sector

Box within a box


External Office
Single storey buildings
12 storey
with external insulated roof and wall cladding

Office low rise multi-storey construction


Food Sector

Internal Office

Low rise multi-storey

Truss
Portal (concrete)
Office
Low rise multi-storey

Box within a box


External Office
12 storey
Food Sector
Office

Truss

Box within aLow


box rise multi-storey
Food Sector
Office

Low rise multi-storey

Office

1.4.40

within a box

Fire Safety Performance


Types of Insulated Roof & Wall Systems
External Roofs

External Walls
Site Assembled Built-up MMMF

Glass Fibre/Rock Fibre Core

Glass Fibre/Rock Fibre Core

Trapezoidal

Trapezoidal

Glass Fibre/Rock Fibre Core

Glass Fibre/Rock Fibre Core


Standing Seam

Sinusiodal

Factory Pre-engineered Insulated Panels

PIR or IPN Core

PIR or IPN Core

Trapezoidal

Trapezoidal

PIR or IPN Core

PIR or IPN Core

Standing Seam

Architectural

Glass Fibre/Rock Fibre Core

Glass Fibre/Rock Fibre Core


MMMF

MMMF

Internal Walls, Partitions & Ceilings


Coating

Steel

Organic adhesive

Rock Fibre Core

PIR or IPN Core


Rigid Urethane

1.4.41

Fire Safety Performance


Fire Risk Assessment

FIRESafe & Insurer Approved Building Envelope


Solutions

Risk Management Considerations

The Kingspan Fire safe concept applies to an insulated panel


systems that provides the optimum solution for property and
business fire protection. Kingspans fire
safe solutions are based upon Factory
Mutual Global (FM) and the Loss Prevention
Certification Boards (LPCB) rigorous fire test
and accreditation methods. FM and LPCB
systems are widely recognized by investors,
property insurers, designers and constructors
for their superior fire engineered performance
thus reducing fire risks. Kingspan fire safe
panels perform well in all these tests and with
characteristic performance being:

When considering building design and fire protection, it is strongly


recommended that early and close liaison is established between
the client, the building designer and the insurer. This will provide
all parties with the opportunity of discussing and developing the
most cost-effective passive and active fire protection measures
appropriate to the proposed property and business protection
needs.

The Risk Assessment Process


Insurers will identity with the client the component parts of the
business operation and the effect that loss of each will have, not
only in direct financial loss terms but also on the profitability of the
business.
The following is a broad summary of the aspects of the business
that will need consideration:
Occupancy
Usage and Processes Involved;
OO

OO

Fire load arising from the occupancy e.g. type of goods stored
and storage heights proposed
Premises layout, e.g. proximity of production storage

Hazardous Processes;
OO Critical business process, equipment and/or components and
stock, e.g. electronic equipment, high value components etc
Estimated Values at Risk
Buildings;
OO

Contents excluding stock

OO

Stock

OO

Business interruption exposure

OO

Surroundings

OO

Exposure from other Premises:

OO

Type of area, e.g. residential/industrial

Availability of adequate water supplies for fire fighting


Fire detection/protection systems required to augment passive
and active fire protection

char core expands to fill any gap between facings

OO

no flash over

OO

panels are unaffected away from main fire source

OO

no flame spread particularly in the core of the panel

OO

no fire propagation

OO

no panel collapse

OO

relatively small and acceptable smoke levels

OO

high levels of fire resistance up to 60 minutes insulation and


integrity is achievable with specific systems

FM Global, formally known as Factory Mutual is a major insurer with


own test facilities and standards for building cladding systems and
has a severe test standard for assessing reaction to fire. This test
standard is FMRC4880 (1994) Approval requirements for Class1
fire classification with no height restriction. Achievement of Class1
with no height restriction is dependent on performance in a number
of tests that include -

Security
Site Security Requirements
OO

OO

FM Global

Fire Protection
Distance from the nearest public fire brigade

OO

formation of stable protective char at high temperatures greater


than 300C

Kingspan believes that to verify real behaviour of cladding systems


in fire condition is to expose the composite products (with realistic
joint details and fixings) to big scale fire tests.

OO
OO

OO

Arson risk

1.4.42

OO

ASTM E84 Surface Burning Characteristics

OO

ASTM D482 Ignition Residue tests

OO

ASTM E711 Oxygen Bomb tests

OO

UBC 26-3 Room Test

OO

FMRC Room Corner Test (25/50ft test)

Fire Safety Performance


FM 4880: Full scale Conner Wall Test
This standard was developed to establish the hazard presented
by sandwich panels. Its objectives are similar to LPS1181 but
it is considerably larger and is open on two sides. The 50ft wall
test is very severe. Two walls 15.24m high with a small ceiling are
lined with panels and a large fire source (345kg dry timber crib) is
positioned in the corner. To achieve approval there has to be no
lateral fire spread to the edge of the enclosure or fire propagation

to the extremities of the panel construction and no ignition of the


ceiling. The Kingspan FM approved panels are well within these
limits proving that the panels do not promote the spread of fire. As
a result of this test, and other large scale tests Kingspan wall, roof
and ceiling panels are approved by FM Global for use without any
restriction in height.

Fire is contained in the room corner no evidence of fire propagation.

1.4.43

Fire Safety Performance


LPCB
The Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) provides stringent
large scale fire testing, certification, approval procedures and
guidance contained in the LPCB Design Guide for the Fire
Protection of Buildings. These require that the approved systems/
equipment are fit-for-purpose when needed.
Loss Prevention Standards (LPS) have been incorporated into other
British, European and International Standards including
OO

British Standards (BS)

OO

International (ISO)

OO

European (EN)

OO

Underwriters Laboratories (UL)

Benefits of insurer approvals


OO

Compliance with legislation

OO

Proven worldwide performance

OO

Risk management

OO

Research driven

OO

Independent

OO

No additional premium

OO

No additional excess

OO

No professional indemnity insurance restrictions

LPS 1181
Kingspan panels are tested according to LPS1181:2003
Requirements and Tests for LPCB Approval of Wall and Ceiling
Lining Products and Composite Cladding Products. This standard
test method was developed on behalf of the insurance industry to
evaluate the fire growth of insulated external cladding and roofing
fixed to sheeting rails and purlins. The test is performed on an
open fronted building, comprising two side walls, an end wall and
a ceiling/roof.
A fire source is placed in the corner with a maximum heat output
of 1MW.
Failure is when flashover occurs or there is significant damage to
the panel internally or on the surface.
The key parameters of the test include:

1.4.44

OO

Fully developed fire 1 mega watt fire load.

OO

Max temp >1,000C at internal liner.

OO

Assessment of internal & external flame spread, ignition and


flashover conditions

Fire Safety Performance


Main Structure Collapse & Complete Building Loss
These real fire case studies clearly illustrate that regardless of the
fire performance of materials used in the construction of buildings,
in the event of a major catastrophic fire occurring the structure will
collapse causing property and business loss.

Therefore contents fire load risk and property/business protection


can only be realistically prevented by adopting a holistic fire
engineered approach to building design, construction and
management of fire safety.

Panasonic, UK: Steel frame and site assembled mineral fibre roof and wall system. Structural failure leading to total building and contents loss.

Boots, UK: Steel frame supporting polyurethane roof and wall panels. Severe fire resulting from ignition of flammable aerosol containers

Fiege, Italy: Concrete frame - roof structure and metal clad wall. Structural failure leading to total building and contents loss

1.4.45

Fire Safety Performance


Building Structure & Fabric Fire Protection

Insurer Approved Protection

OO

The assessment of fire threat to life, the main structure and fabric
of the building are based on reducing the risk of an internal or
external fire starting, developing or spreading.

OO

This creates a focus on the building structure and envelope and


the fire protection levels which are required relative to the fire risk.

OO

The importance of a threat to the structural integrity of the


building in the event of fire has to be taken into account as any
main structure failure leads to life safety threat and partial/total
building loss.

OO

OO

OO

Fire risk assessment may indicate the need for property


protection sprinklers to suppress the fire at source, this:

OO

Eliminates the risk of main structure failure and collapse.

OO

Eliminates total property, contents and business interruption


losses.

OO

Eliminates fire crew risk.

Fire Risk Assessment Priorities


Structural Integrity of the Building Framework

Therefore if the main structure is threatened by fire it can be


expected to fail at temperatures between 500C and 600C at
which point it is almost certain that the contents will also have
been destroyed.
The best way to protect life and the insured value of the
business, contents and the property is to prevent the fire
occurring or to suppress it.

OO

If unprotected from the impact of fire the main structure stability


is threatened at 500C to 600C followed by collapse.

OO

Should the degree of fire hazard threaten the building structures


integrity, the best way to protect the insured value of the
business, contents and property is to prevent the fire occurring
or to suppress it with property protection sprinklers.

OO

Main structure building collapse has the greatest effect on the


property, business losses, interruption and the safety of fire
crews.

OO

Building Regulations now require higher levels of


thermal insulation which in the event of a fire accelerate
heat/temperature build up, therefore making the main structure
more vulnerable to earlier collapse.

Risks
OO

Process, contents and fire load hazard.

OO

Flashover point 600C

OO

Main structure stability is threatened at 500/600C.

OO

Property loss, contents and business/interruption losses.

OO

Fire crew safety.

Processes and contens

Steel or concrete frame and sedondary steelwork

1.4.46

Fire Safety Performance


Real Fire Case Studies
Clifton Comprehensive School, Rotherham - 30th July
2004

Eagle Global Logistics, Purfleet


A devastating fire at a large logistics warehouse operated by EGL
(Eagle Global Logistics) in Purfleet, demonstrates the impressive
fire performance of Kingspans LPCB (Loss Prevention Certification
Board) -approved panels, which played a significant role in
preventing fire spread to an adjacent building. This fire completely
burnt out the EGL building. Significantly, the Kingspan panels on

A serious fire took place in the roof void of a new school building
in Rotherham. In this case Kingspan LPCB approved roof panels
were exposed to an intense fire in an aerial walkway. The fire was
investigated by Tenos and South Yorkshire Fire Service and again it
was clear that the panels played no role in fire spread and actually

the adjacent building, which was only 9 metres from the burnt out
unit, played an important role in preventing fire spread. The severe
heat and flames generated by the burning building were so intense
that the paint coating on the Kingspan panels on part of the nextdoor building was burnt off but the PIR core did not ignite and no
flames or smoke entered the adjoining building. An investigation
by ACE Risk Consultants has concluded that the Kingspan panels
that formed part of the external walls of the burnt out building did
not play any role in the development and spread of the fire. It has
also been reported that the coordinating fire investigation officer
had nothing negative to say about the construction of the burnt out
building
played a key role in preventing fire propagation over a compartment
wall. The fire took place just 6 weeks before the facility was due
to open, the building contained many thousands of pounds of
brand new computers and other equipment. The fact that there
was no smoke damage to the equipment and the building opened
on schedule demonstrated the excellent fire performance of the
cladding system.

1.4.47

Fire Safety Performance


Wharfedale Hospital, 5th July 2003
This is the first recorded fire in a building clad in LPCB approved
PIR panels. This fire occurred in an extension to the hospital under
construction. An arsonist ignited a solvent based adhesive poured
over a large pile of combustible building materials that was stored
in the ground floor of the facility. The ground floor was essentially
open with the external cladding starting at the first floor level.
Kingspan commissioned Tenos to perform an independent
investigation into the fire. This involved a visit to site and
discussions with West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue. A detailed report is
available.

The Tenos report concludes In spite of significant heat generated


by the fire (sufficient to damage the intumescent coating and distort
the steel beams); the orientation of the cladding panels directly
above the fire; and the fact that the fire stopping was not in place;
the cores of the panels as evidenced by photograph 2, 3 and 4
did not ignite; did not promote fire spread within the core or to
the eaves and did not significantly contribute to the products of
combustion.
These photographs provide a record of the damage and include
some explanatory comments.
Image 1
Side of the building exposed to direct flame impingement and
smoke/heat damage from the ground floor. It is clear that the PIR
core has not ignited and has played no role in the fire.

Image 2
The side of the building that experienced a bigger fire attack.
Flames appear to have rise to the eaves a height of approximately
10 metres. The external steel sheet has bowed and delaminated
in the areas of flame impingement however, there is no indication
the fire has spread through the cladding.
Sections were cut out of the short panels in the middle of this
photograph in order to inspect the steel column behind the panels.
The next photograph shows this more clearly.
Image 3
Close-up of the inspection holes cut in the panel after the fire.
The insulation core can be seen clearly and looks to be virtually
unaffected by the direct flame impingement on the outer steel
facing. The steel column was not affected.

Image 4
A panel that has been exposed to direct flame impingement on
the outer sheet. The metal has been pulled away by contractors
to inspect the PIR core. It is clear that the insulation core has been
almost unaffected by the fire. Only light charring can be seen.

1.4.48

Fire Safety Performance


Background to the European Directive

European Fire Test Standards

As a consequence of the European Construction Products


Directive the adoption of the pan-European technical specifications,
and the new European test methods, the panel industry and its
supply base faces a period of change and adjustment. In particular,
a new classification system is being introduced for all products to
show reaction to fire and fire resistance performance.

The European fire test standards have been adopted by the EU


member states as national standards. This means for example that
the fire resistance standard BSEN1363-1(in UK) is a technical and
editorial equivalence with DIN EN 1363-1 (in Germany) and SN
EN 1363-1 (in the Czech republic). Existing national standards
which were in conflict with the EN standards must be withdrawn
or had their scope amended to restrict their use to products other
than construction products.

Fire Resistance
The following EU Standards are relevant:
OO

Additional classification

EN 1363-1Fire resistance tests Part1:General requirements

OO

Classification s1, s2, s3 according to smoke development

OO

Classification d0, d1, d2 according to flaming droplet


performance

OO

EN 1363-2Fire resistance tests Part2:Alternative and


additional procedures

OO

EN 1364-1Fire resistance tests for non-loadbearing elements


Part1:Walls

Typical results
OO Mineral fibre: A2-s1,d0 or B-s1,d0

OO

EN 1364-2Fire resistance tests for non-loadbearing elements


Part2:Ceilings

OO

Fire safe IPN achieves B-s1,d0

OO

Polyurethane (B2 & B3) likely to be B-s3,d0 or C-s3,d0

OO

EN 1365-1Fire resistance tests for loadbearing elements


Part1:Walls

OO

Polystyrene panels likely to be C-s3,d2

OO

EN 1365-2Fire resistance tests for loadbearing elements


Part2:Floors and Roofs

The new Reaction to fire classification system does not fully


assess the real panel performance.
Class A1 is the highest level of performance associated primarily
with inorganic materials, whilst Class F indicates a material with
essentially no resistance to ignition from a small flame.

European fire resistance classification system


EN 13501-1 Fire classification of construction products
and building elements Part 1.

EN 13501-2 Fire classification of construction products


and building elements Part2: Classification using Data
from fire resistance tests, excluding ventilation services.

Reaction to fire assesses how a specific material or composite


product reacts when exposed to heat which can be in the form
of direct flame impingement, radiant heat or high temperatures.
Typical parameters normally measured include ignitability, flame
spread and rate of heat release.

Fire resistance indicates how well a building member for a


stated period of time can hold back the fire and prevent it
from penetrating from one room to another. Classification of fire
performance following a fire resistance test is expressed in terms of
specific characteristics e.g.

Euro Class

Test Methods

European fire test


standard

A1

Flame resistance
Caloric heating power

EN ISO 1182
EN ISO 1716

OO

A2

Flame resistance
Caloric heating power SBI

EN ISO 1182
EN ISO 1716
EN 13823

R loadbearing capacity: is the duration for which the element


can continue to carry the load during exposure to fire

OO

Fire flame spread (30s) SBI

EN ISO 11925-2
EN 13823

E integrity: is the duration for which the element has the


ability to contain the fire and to some extend the products of
combustion

Fire flame spread (30s) SBI

EN ISO 11925-2
EN 13823

OO

C
D

Fire flame spread (30s) SBI

EN ISO 11925-2
EN 13823

I insulation: is the duration for which the exposed face


temperature of the element can stay below predefined critical
value

Fire flame spread (15s)

EN ISO 11925-2

No verify

Additional performance parameters e.g. W radiation, S smoke


leakage, may also be used.
The classification of a product as a result of a fire resistance test is
included in a classification report, which is issued separately from
the test report.

1.4.49

Fire Safety Performance


SBI Single Burning Item test (EN13823)

Ignitability (EN ISO 11925-2)

The SBI test is a test method developed specially for the Euroclass
system. This test is based on a fire scenario of a single burning
item, e.g. a wastebasket, located in a corner between two walls
covered with the lining material to be tested. The SBI test is used
for construction products excluding floorings and is the essential
test for determining the reaction to fire performance. Depending
upon the results of the SBI tests, classification is done into classes
A2 toD.

In the ignitability test EN ISO 119252, the specimen is subjected


to direct impingement of a small flame. The classification criteria
are based on observations of the flame spread (Fs) within a given
time and whether the filter paper below the specimen ignites due to
flaming debris. In addition, the occurrence and duration of flaming
and glowing are observed.
Both test methods are also used in the EN14509 - Self-supporting
double skin metal faced insulating panels -Factory made products
Specifications, annexC.

The classification parameters of the SBI test are fire growth rate
index (FIGRA), lateral flame spread (LFS), and total heat release
(THR600s). Additional classification parameters are defined for
smoke production as smoke growth rate index (SMOGRA) and
total smoke production (TSP600s), and for flaming droplets and
particles according to their occurrence during the first 600 seconds
of the test.

EN 1364-1

1.4.50

Fire Safety Performance


ISO CD 13784 Part 2 Large Scale Test

ISO CD 13784 Part 1 Intermediate Scale Test

Faade Tests BSI Draft Test Method 01/540504

1.4.51

Fire Safety Performance


Management of fire safety
These measures complement each other mutually. Each one is
aimed at a specific objective and is justified in its own right, but
they are integrated together with the goal of fire protection.

Particularly for commercial and industrial buildings, insurers


recommend a holistic approach to fire protection that includes
individual fire protection measures such as:
OO

formation of smaller fire zones by structural separation

OO

installation of automatic fire-extinguishing systems

OO

nomination of a fire protection manager for the building and

OO

holding sufficient supply fire-fighting water

Holistic approach to fire protection

Fire Protection

Preventive Fire Protection

Structural Fire Protection

Fire Fighting Arrangements

Technical Fire Protection

1.4.52

Organizational Fire Protection

Fire Safety Performance


Frequently asked questions about IPN:

Q: What is LPC?
A: LPC was purchased by the British Research Establishment
from ABI (Association of British Insurers) &Lloyds in 2000. LPCB
provide research, testing and Fire test Approvals. LPS1181 is a
wall and ceiling test for insulated panels. LPCB are promoting the
LPS1181 test across Central Europe.

Q: What is IPN?
A: IPN is the abreviation for Isophenic, Kingspans unique high
grade index Polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation material.
Q: What is the difference between IPN (PIR) and PUR?
A: These materials all belong to the same generic family of
thermosetting materials. IPN has a special polymer structure which
gives improved fire performance compared to PUR. Kingspan IPN
uses a unique formulation that gives a highly fire resistant product
which is capable of passing insurance industry tests such as from
LPCB and FM Global.

Q: What is FM?
A: Factory Mutual is a US based insurance company operating
worldwide. They are recognised as having very stringent fire tests
for roof and wall applications. Not only do Kingspan Firesafe panels
have an FM approval but they are certified for buildings without
height limitations. This criteria is very difficult to pass, and only a
limited number of suppliers can provide this type of certification.

More detailed description:


Polyurethane consists in approximately equal shares of a polyol
mix with an activator and additives as well as isocyanate (MDI).
This proportion of ingredients corresponds to an index of 100. To
achieve fire classification B2, panels made of PU foam with flexible
facings require a relatively large amount of added flame retardants.
These, however, will slow down the curing process.

Q: How do I identify panels on my building?


A: This can be problematic on existing buildings. The first thing
to do is to check if there are any building records, e.g. drawings
to see whether the panel system is specified. In the absence of
records an attempt should be made to uncover some panel core
material. Great care should be taken to ensure that there are no
possible sources of ignition. Mineral fibre and polystyrene are
relatively easy to identify provided access to the core is available. It
is not possible to visually tell the difference between PUR and IPN.
If the core is believed to be PUR or IPN Kingspan should be
contacted and given as much information as possible to facilitate
identification.

The proportion of ingredients in IPN Isophenic and PIR


(polyisocyanurate) is made up of at least 220 parts of isocyanate
related to 100 parts of polyol mixture. This corresponds to an index
of 220. While PU foams go through just one chemical process, i.e.
the reaction of the polyols hydroxyl group with the isocyanates
NCO group. IPN reacts twice. Three NCO groups each of the
excess isocyanate form a ring structure. An ambient temperature
of at least 60C is required to start this reaction that is called
trimerisation. For this reason, the corresponding plant parts need
to be heated. Additionally, the reaction heat from the first chemical
reaction is exploited.

In buildings clad from the middle of 2004 it is easy to identify


Kingspan panels from the UV ink markings on the lining (internal)
side. UV torches are available from Kingspan.
Q: How can I minimise or challenge insurance premium increases?
A: In the current insurance market environment insurers are looking
very closely at every risk. In relation to building insurance it is
therefore vital to provide the insurer with detailed, comprehensive
and accurate information about construction, occupancy and
management of the building. If the building is being surveyed give
the insurance surveyor as much assistance as possible. If there is
insufficient information in the survey for example about the panel
core - the underwriter will always assume the worst. Kingspan
can help in providing specification details & certification where
appropriate.

To achieve fire classification B2, panels made with IPN core require
no or just a very small quantity of added flame retardant depending
on the index, as a thicker, protective carbon film is formed through
the effects of heat due to the higher content of bound carbon.
Furthermore, IPN compounds start to disintegrate at higher
temperatures than PU compounds, as the trimerisations ring
structure is very stable.
?
Q: What is the meaning of Kingspan
A: The Firesafe concept applies to an insulated panel system that
provides the optimum solution for Property and Business Fire
Protection. Panels that are marked with the
-Logo,
are a sophisticated high performance Noflame core panel that will
not promote fire spread, are self extinguishing and give off minimal
smoke or toxic gas in a real fire situation. These panels meet both,
the general EUstandard fire requirements and insurance approvals
that provide realistic large scale fire tests.

Q: In real buildings the panel core is always exposed due to poor


maintenance etc. Is this a fire risk?
A: It is always good practice to inspect and repair damaged panel
systems. Having said that the reality is that PUR and PIR cores are
very difficult to ignite in the case of a FIREsafe IPN core a high
intensity propane torch cannot ignite the unprotected insulation
core. This is in stark contrast to polystyrene where a very small fire
source can ignite the material. This is then compounded by the
tendency of polystyrene to shrink and melt leading to the formation
of a cavity between the metal skins that can allow hidden fire
spread. This phenomenon does not occur with IPN.

1.4.53

Fire Safety Performance


Q: Do IPN panels produce toxic smoke in a fire?
A: Every type of panel system has an organic content that is
affected by fire. In the case of PIR, IPN and mineral fibre panels
the major products of combustion are carbon dioxide and carbon
monoxide because all contain organic components.
The most important point to recognise is that in the case of fires in
buildings clad in PIR, IPN and mineral fibre panels the vast majority
of smoke and toxic gas is generated by the burning contents of the
building. The panels are not significantly affected until the fire is fully
developed and the mass of material present in the panels can be
very small compared to the burning mass in the building. Concerns
about toxic gas and smoke emissions from the panels must be put
into context compared to toxic gas emissions from all other burning
elements within the building.

of a material and the test structure comprises a panel system fixed


to a furnace. The European standard EN1364 combined with
EN135012 is used to assess fire resistance.
Both reaction and resistance to fire play a key role in Building
Regulations and Insurer Approved tests.
Q: Isophenic is an organic material and therefore IPNpanels are classified as combustible in European regulations. Why
should a fire officer, investor or architect accept Fire safe which has
no acceptance by any country?
A: The countries regulators and fire officers will have an influence;
however insurance companies will also impact going forward.
Kingspan along with the insurance companies will be promoting
insurer approved panels
panels classified in terms of
Q: How are Kingspan
combustibility?
A: The UK insurance industry stated that a building clad in
LPS1181 approved panels can be classified as non-combustible
building (ABI). Insurance companies themselves classify the panels
as having limited combustibility.

Q: There seems to be a lot of confusion about the fire performance


of composite panels. How can this be addressed?
A: The current building insurance market has been characterised
by general confusion resulting from conflicting information,
misinformation, misreporting and myths. This document is aimed at
clarifying these issues.

Q: What are the benefits of using Fire safe panels?


A:
OO Meets severe Insurer approved fire testing standards.

Q: What is the difference between reaction to fire and fire


resistance?
A: Reaction to fire assesses how a specific material or composite
product reacts when exposed to heat which can be in the form
of direct flame impingement, radiant heat or high temperatures.
Typical parameters normally measured include ignitability, flame
spread and rate of heat release. Many national standards tests
have already been replaced by the Euroclassification system. All
these tests are relatively small scale and do not allow insulated
panels to be tested in realistic as-installed configurations. A much
more relevant reaction to fire test is the LPCB test LPS1181. This
is a large scale test which tests the panels in a realistic situation.
The advantage of LPS1181 is that the grading system covers
both reaction to fire and resistance to fire, Resistance to fire is a
measure of the passage of heat and flame through the thickness

1.4.54

OO

Non combustible building performance (only UK!)

OO

Real fire case studies prove excellent fire performance,

OO

Possibility of reduced insurance premiums for new and


refurbished buildings;

OO

Premiums will be higher if non-insurer approved panels are used


on buildings

OO

Competitively priced panels

OO

Buildings clearly labelled for fire officers and insurance


assessment

Structural Performance
Introduction

Regulations

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems consist of thin metallic


skins, which are bonded to a light insulating core made from rigid
polyurethane foam or mineral fibre.

Extensive research carried out in Europe by Universities and


Research Institutes since the initial development of insulated
sandwich panels has established reliable design principles to
predict panel performance. Following this work, the European
Convention for Constructional Steelwork (ECCS) published in
1991 a document which establishes practical design methods
Preliminary European Recommendations for the Design of
Sandwich Panels (Document number:66). This document was
followed by another document published in 2000 by the ECCS
Recommendations for sandwich panels.

For applications in the building sector, where high thermal


performance and load bearing capacity is needed, Kingspan
insulated roof and wall systems are used as load-bearing
components in the construction of roofs and walls.

Structural effect and properties


Sandwich panels belong to the generic group called composite
structures. These are usually defined as multilayer structures
with different mechanical properties for each layer. Sandwich
panels consist of two thin surface layers of high density (usually
steel internal sheet d=0,4mm, external steel sheet d=0,5mm)
and a thick middle core layer of low density (for insulation). The
advantages of such an arrangement are well-known. Compared
to conventional roof and wall systems, which are built up on site,
sandwich panel systems are prefabricated off-site, and are quickly
assembled to the structure when they arrive on site.

European standard EN14509 Self-supporting double skin


metal faced insulating sandwich panels Factory made products
- Specification is a product standard which in particular covers
Self-supporting sandwich panels with double-sided metal facings
and a thermal-insulating core, so that standardised assessment
criteria are available in Europe. Among others include Mechanical
resistance to design loads and actions and combinations of
actions. Both chapters are in detail solved in AnnexE. There are
not only the definition of mechanical values, but a number of other
important characteristics, such as:

The individual layers by themselves have limited flexural rigidity


and cannot therefore bear loads. But by combining the two outer
surface layers with the core, a shear rigid composite section is
formed. The bending moment is carried by a force-couple in the
stiff surface layers and the transverse forces are taken by the core
layer.
The load-carrying capacity is further increased by bonding the
surface skins to the core.

OO

Dimensional tolerances

OO

Thermal insulation

OO

Ageing and long-term behaviour

OO

Fire performance

OO

Water and air tightness

OO

Acoustic performance

Through the bond, the strength of the steel skin is reinforced by


the core, thus reducing the risk of wrinkling stress compared to
a structure that is not bonded together. A good bond is required
between the skin layers and the core and the core material itself
must have appropriate elasticity and shear modulus.

100 kg

Flexural rigidity of a PIR board without bonding between the steel


skins and the PIR core

Flexural rigidity is increased by bonding the steel skin layers


tothecore

100 kg

1.5.55

Structural Performance
Design principles
Load state in Winter T=20K

For the design of composite panels, static analysis and/or fullscale testing must be used to ensure that structural integrity is
satisfied at the ultimate limit state (maximum load capacity) and at
limit state of serviceability (normal service loads).

Snow

Limit state analysis takes into account wind and snow loadings
according to country specific standards and includes the following
load cases which must be considered for all insulated roof and wall
panel systems.

0 C

Snow

These are:

+20 C

Temperature Loading

0 C

Thermal expansion of the outer and liner sheets will be different as


the inside and outside surface temperatures vary. As the insulation
core is bonded to both faces, this differential expansion causes
panel to bow. This can substantially affect the imposed loads,
and so temperatures must be taken into account. The surface
temperature in Summer depends on the external coating colour of
a panel and the reflectivity of the panel surface.

Load state in Summer T=55K

+20 C

+80 C
W

For ultimate limit state calculations, Text=80C for all colours has to
be used. For serviceability calculations, Text may be taken as:
Very light colours

RG=7590%

Text=+55C

Light colours

RG=4074%

Text=+65C

+80 C

Dark colours

RG=839%

Text=+80C

+25 C
W

Where RG=degree of reflection compared to magnesium oxide


which is definedas100%
The temperature of the external face in Winter depends on the
location and varies between Text=10 and 30C. External
Winter roof temperature is taken as 0C as it is assumed to be
covered with snow for the worst load combination. In general,
the temperature Tint of the inside face may be taken as +20C
in Winter and +25C in Summer for both ultimate limit state and
serviceability limit state calculations.

+25 C
W

Creep
Creep in the core

The insulation core is a polymeric material which will slowly distort


under long-term loads. Panel deflection, therefore, may continue
to increase gradually under constant loading. This is known as
creep. Roof panels can develop creep after prolonged periods
carrying dead loads (eg snow). But wall panels are not subject to
creep because there is never any long-term load. Creep is taken
into account by applying a safety factor to the shear modulus of
the core (G) calculated according to the core material used and the
type of load.

W
W

W
W

1.5.56

w
w

Structural Performance

Z
Z

Load Combinations

2. Compressive strength of the core where it rests on the structure

Component weight, snow, wind and temperature loads are


considered individually and together in their worst combinations
with appropriate safety factors in order to determine the allowable
imposed loads.

q
q

Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems load span tables allow
the designer to select suitable panel(s) and steelwork support
spacing(s) for specific project applications with guarantee that
panel will be able to transfer all loads including their possible
combination.

The following conditions also have to be checked:

1. Fasteners at structural support (especially for wind suction in


certain areas of the building

ut
3. Bending
of the fastener caused by panel deformation
T C

ut

ut

T C

1.5.57

T C

Acoustics
Sound Insulation in Buildings

The sound insulation of a material is its ability to resist the passage


of airborne and impact sound. Sound insulation plays a vital role
in all types of buildings. It provides acoustic separation between
rooms and between the outside world and the building interior.

Sound insulation refers to the ability of the building fabric to resist


the transmission of airborne and impact sound.
Airborne sound insulation refers to sound insulation between:

All materials have different sound insulation properties that depend


on their weight and physical build up. It is important to select
the right material for the right application, and then construct
the building to minimise weaknesses. Then the maximum sound
insulation of the material can be realised. Often the degree of
sound insulation achieved is limited by the paths that sound can
travel to by-pass the material. This is called flanking

a) vertically or horizontally adjacent rooms where the sound source


is airborne, for example, loudspeaker, speech or TV; or
b) the inside and outside of a building
Impact sound insulation refers to sound insulation between
vertically adjacent rooms where sound source is an impact, for
example, footsteps.

The purpose of acoustic control is to limit noise pollution from


external sources or from activities within the building. Noise can be
described as unwanted sound, the intensity of sound depends on
pressure levels which are measured in decibels (dB).

Airborne and impact sound insulation are determined by both


direct and flanking sound transmission. Direct transmission is
sound transmitted directly through a wall or floor element, and
flanking transmission is structure-borne sound travelling down a
wall or floor into another room.

The human ear responds to sound intensity which also depends


on the pitch. Pitch frequency is expressed in cycles per second,
hertz(Hz).

Noise Control Measures


There are ways which acoustic insulation can be used to control
noise:

The following are typical examples of sound pressure levels:


OO

Ear drum pain threshold 140dB

OO

Aircraft taking off 100dB

OO

Pneumatic drill 90dB

OO

Train 80dB

OO

Vacuum cleaner 60dB

OO

Office 50dB

OO

Fridge 30dB

OO

Sound Proof Room 10dB

Sound insulation for the building envelope to control noise breakin to the building or noise breakout from the building.

OO

Effective flanking noise control, where internal partitions meet the


building envelope.

OO

Acoustic absorption when used in conjunction with profiled


perforated steel liners or absorbent suspended ceilings.

OO

Controlling Transmission Loss Transmission loss is the


reduction in the amount of sound energy passing through the
building element or assembly-roof-wall-floor. This is expressed in
decibels (dB). Noise can be either impact sound or airborne

OO

Controlling Sound Absorption Typically hard surfaces have


a characteristic of reflecting sound and amplifying noise
reverberation.

OO

Internal lining and ceiling systems Acoustic performance


systems are available from specialist suppliers.

The sound absorption coefficient of materials varies with the sound


frequency hertz (Hz).

Effective acoustic control must tackle four different areas:


OO

OO

Noise source

Transmission

Effective control of rain noise when used in conjunction with roof


tiles, profiled perforated steel liners or absorbent suspended
ceiling combinations.

Most noises are made up of a number of individual sounds at


various frequencies, all added together, so to get a better picture
of the noise a graph is used to show the sound pressure level at
various frequencies within the audible range.

Reflection

The building envelope can play an effective part in controlling and


absorbing sound energy by acting as a barrier to noise.
Absorption

1.6.58

Acoustics
Room Acoustics

Sound Absorption

Room acoustics usually refers to the acoustic quality of rooms


in terms of their reverberation time and speech intelligibility. This
is particularly relevant for educational buildings, offices, theatres,
performance spaces, etc.

The sound absorption coefficient of a material defines how much


sound it can absorb across the frequency range. The more sound
absorbed, the less is reflected back into the room to cause
reverberation.

OO

Reverberation time is a measure of how long it takes a sound


to decay in seconds. It is determined by the amount of sound
absorption in the room and room volume.

OO

Speech intelligibility is determined by the position of the speaker


and listener, room geometry, background noise level and
reverberation.

Total absorption will occur if the material has an absorption


coefficient of1. The results for all Kingspan insulated panels are
shown below.
Sound absorption coefficient
0.2

Facade Sound Insulation


Roof and wall sound insulation concerns only the airborne sound
insulation of the roof and walls of the building faade to:
OO

prevent excessive transmission of external noise, for example,


road traffic, rail traffic, aircraft, etc. from outside to inside

OO

prevent excessive transmission of internal noise, for example,


machinery noise within industrial premises, from inside to outside

0.1

Sound insulation criteria are dependant on country specific


regulations and client specification requirements which may also
include Planning Authority constraints.

63
Frequency Hz

125

250

500

1K

2K

4K

Kingspan roof and wall panels with polymeric core have a minimum
single figured weighted sound reduction index Rw of 25dB. For
mineral fibre panels, Rw ranges between 3032dB.
Sound Reduction Index (SRI) tested

1.6.59

Frequency [Hz]

125

250

500

1K

2K

4K

SRI [dB]

17.2

20.0

23.2

23.4

23.2

40.5

Acoustics
Enhanced Acoustics
If improved acoustic performance is required, e.g. higher sound
reduction values or reduced reverberation times, Kingspan
insulated roof and wall systems can be constructed as indicated
below.

Two solutions are provided, one for low humidity environments


where there is low levels of air moisture and/or reasonable
ventilation, and the second is for higher humidity applications such
as swimming pools.

Low Humidity Application


Walls

Roofs

60 mm mineral fibre, density approx. 30 kg/m3


Insulated roof panel

Insulated
wall panel
Horizontal
sheeting rail

Spacer support system


Purlin

60 mm, 30 kg/m3
density mineral fibre
Internal acoustic liner options
a) 0.63 mm profiled steel liner
b) 0.7 mm profiled perforated steel liner (tissue faced
mineral fibre)
c) 12 mm board (density 900 kg/m3) eg. plasterboard

Predicted SRI (dB)


Construction Method

Frequency Hz
125

250

500

1k

2k

4k

Rw

Insulated Panel

14

19

24

27

34

43

25

a 0.63 mm profiled steel liner

14

30

42

41

47

54

38

b 0.7 mm profiled perforated liner

15

30

41

45

46

61

40

c 12 mm board

25

41

47

53

56

57

49

Predicted Absorption Coefficients


Construction Method

Frequency Hz
125

250

500

1k

2k

4k

Insulated Panel

0.13

0.12

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05

a 0.63 mm profiled steel liner

0.53

0.11

0.08

0.06

0.05

0.05

b 0.7 mm profiled perforated steel liner

0.64

0.86

0.91

0.90

0.94

0.80

c 12 mm board

0.30

0.20

0.15

0.10

0.15

0.10

1.6.60

Acoustics
These designs are for enhanced acoustic performance in a high
humidity environment, e.g. swimming pools, leisure centres, and
other high humidity processing environments.

The construction is designed so that the thermal insulation


requirement is provided solely by the insulated panels, and the
acoustic layer is only used for acoustic absorption and sound
insulation. To eliminate condensation in the cavity it is necessary to
provide ventilation with air from inside the building. This can easily
be achieved by incorporating extractor fans within the acoustic
profiled liner.

The construction is designed to prevent condensation occurring


within the acoustic layer.

Hihg Humidity Application


Walls

Roofs

Tissue faced
acoustic insulation

Insulated roof panel


Minimum 50 mm cavity

Insulated
wall panel
Horizontal
sheeting rail

Spacer support
system
Purlin

60 mm, 30 kg/m3
density mineral fibre
Internal acoustic liner options
a) 0.63 mm profiled steel liner / 0.7 mm aluminium liner
b) 0.7 mm profiled perforated steel / aluminium liner

Predicted SRI (dB)


Construction Method

Frequency Hz
125

250

500

1k

2k

4k

Rw

Insulated Panel

14

19

24

27

34

43

25

a 0.63 mm profiled steel liner

18

30

39

43

42

55

39

b 0.7 mm profiled perforated liner

15

27

38

42

43

56

37

Predicted Absorption Coefficients


Construction Method

Frequency Hz
125

250

500

1k

2k

4k

Insulated Panel

0.13

0.12

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05

a 0.63 mm profiled steel liner

0.53

0.11

0.08

0.06

0.05

0.05

b 0.7 mm profiled perforated steel liner

0.64

0.86

0.91

0.90

0.94

0.80

1.6.61

Rooflights
Daylight is essential for healthy living not only for occupants, but for animals too (especially for stabled
farm animals). It is an established fact that ample daylight creates a general feeling of health and wellbeing in the workforce and improves productivity and safety.
Every workplace should have suitable and sufficient lighting, which
should, so far as is reasonably practical, be by natural light.

Typical Rooflight Layout Options

The most effective method of providing even, consistent daylight,


particularly in large buildings, is through rooflights, which are up to
three times more effective than windows around the perimeter of
the building.

Chequerboard

The layouts indicated are suitable for pitched and curved roofs.

Most uniform light distribution, but most difficult to build.

Diffused lighting should be used to provide even light distribution


and avoid glare.

Design Considerations
Design considerations should include:
OO

Fragility (both initially and after time) of selected rooflights.

Ridge

OO

Light transmission and distribution analysis

OO

Thermal (U-value) level

OO

Risk of condensation including thermal bridging at rooflight


perimeter and intermediate spacers

Reasonable light distribution on small span buildings, but subject to


high wind suction loads. Normally barrel vault designs are supplied
by specialist manufacturers.

OO

Durability and functional life of rooflight system (profiled rooflights


can be difficult to replace in metal roofs)

OO

Safe access for maintenance

Ridge to Eaves
Reasonable light distribution, good buildability, but subject to high
wind suction loads at ridge and eaves.
Note: It is recommended that insulated panels should be used from
ridge to the first purlin, downslope and from eaves to first purlin,
upslope.

Mid Slope
Compromise between chequerboard and ridge to eaves avoiding
high wind suction load areas.

1.7.62

Rooflights
Application

at each purlin position. Where a rooflight overlaps onto a metal


faced panel, it should be fixed with stitching fasteners with head/
washer diameters of 12mm, at a maximum spacing of 400mm.

Double-skin rooflight panels can only be used in combination with


Kingspan insulated panels on roofs with a minimum slope of 6
(10%) or more.

To accommodate differential thermal movement between rooflights


and metal panels, care has to be taken to specify correct fasteners,
washers and site drilled hole sizes.

Kingspan do not recommend the use of rooflights in banks, i.e.


side by side.

Kingspans rooflight construction details contain assembly, sealing


and fastener instructions.

Materials
In-plane rooflights (flush with the roof surface) are made to match
the metal roof panel profiles using glass reinforced polyester (GRP)
boards in accordance with EN1013-2. The external/internal skins
are 0.8 to 1.2mm thick, and are connected to each other using
polyethylene distance spacers.

Weatherproofing
In principle, where through-fixed metal cladding panels are used,
the rooflights simply overlap at the ends and the sides in the
normal way. However, rooflight material thicknesses are typically
2 to 3 times more than the external skin of cladding panels. This
means that the overlaps do not nest precisely on top of each
other. End overlaps are therefore more difficult to seal correctly and
consequently there is increased risk of water ingress. Therefore
rooflights should be specified as long as possible to minimise the
number of end laps.

Heat Loss & Energy Costs


Rooflights can reduce the costs of artificial lighting. However,
designers should note that rooflights are generally poor thermal
insulators so there will be more heat lost through them than
through the cladding itself. The benefit of providing some natural
daylight must be balanced with increases in heating costs. The
costs of heating a building are generally greater than artificial
lighting.

Fire
The following table shows how various rooflight materials perform
when subjected to high temperatures

Light Transmission
Light transmission through a double skin rooflight will typically be
between 70% and 80%. GRP sheets will generally gives diffused
light, with little glare. Polycarbonate is clearer, but more likely to
increase glare and solar gain.

GRP

Polycarbonate

Temperature range
for continuous use

30C to +120C

40C to +120C

Softening
temperature

140C

120C

Vents by melting

No

Yes

GRP is more resistant to high temperatures than the other rooflight


materials, but each material has potential benefits in a fire.

Lifetime Durability
Kingspan Rooflights have the following life expectancies:
OO

GRP up to 25 years

OO

PC up to 25 years

Life expectancy is dependant on the buildings location, external


and internal environment and correct installation. Regular cleaning
during this period will help to maintain optimum light transmission.

Strength & Thermal Movement


Rooflights are not as strong as the metal roof panels around
them. Double skin rooflights do not act compositely. This limits
purlin spacings to approximately 1.5 metres and more fasteners
with larger diameter washers are required to withstand wind uplift
forces, particularly at ridge, eaves and verges. For example, on
trapezoidal rooflights, primary fasteners with 29mm diameter
washers would normally be fitted in every trough across the profile

1.7.63

Weatherproofing
Kingspan roof systems are suitable for the following roof
slope applications:

The primary function of any roof and wall system is to keep


the weather out, i.e. rain, snow and wind. This is achieved by
using waterproof materials and by sealing joints, junctions and
penetrations. Normally in practice it is the roof of the building which
is more susceptible to leak risk than the walls because on vertical
cladding water simply runs off and is less likely to leak through
joints etc. However joints on horizontally laid cladding have to be
designed and constructed correctly to avoid weather ingress.
Leak risk on roofs is related to site location, exposure and
increases on lower pitches as the roof is drained more slowly.
For example tiles can be used on steep slopes and no seals are
necessary but on flat/low pitched roofs the material and joints must
be 100% waterproof.

Product

Roof with one


panel in the slope
direction

Roof with two or


more panels in the
slope direction

KS1000RW

4 (7%)

6 (10%)

KS1000XDEK

0.5 (1%)

0.5 (1%)

KS1000TOPDEK

0.5 (1%)

0.5 (1%)

KS1000FF

5 (8.5%)

8 (14%)

KS1000RT

12 (21%)

20 (36%)

KS1000RW/GRP40

6 (10%)

6 (10%)

KS1000FF/GRP40

8 (14%)

8 (14%)

KS1000 Polycarb
Rooflights

8 (14%)

8 (14%)

Note: The finished roof slope takes all normal deflections into
account. To achieve the correct finished slope the steelwork will
have to be designed with greater fall, e.g. 2 to achieve a 1.5
finished slope. This is dependant upon span and to be checked
with engineer.

Trapezoidal sheeting minimum length of overlap


Roofslope

length of overlap in mm

<5%

Without overlap

3 5

5% 9%

200

5 20

9% 36%

150

>20

>36%

100

Design, Construction & Workmanship


The design and construction details shown in the roof and wall
sections have been developed to provide robust and reliable
weatherproof solutions using Kingspans range of insulated roof
and wall systems.

Metal Roofs Risk Points:


OO

Side and end lap joints

OO

Sealants

OO

Fasteners and attachment strength

OO

Rain run-off and wind driven snow

OO

Penetrations for rooflights and apertures

OO

Perimeter trims

OO

Coatings and maintenance

Particular emphasis has been given to selecting sealant and


fastener types co-ordinated with dimensions and positions which
will be functional given a superior standard of on-site workmanship.

Surface Coatings
The range of surface coatings available on Kingspans insulated
roof and wall systems are selected for their proven durability when
exposed to various weather conditions.

Kingspans 35 years of experience in the metal roof systems


demonstrates that KS1000RW roof systems are reliable for roof
slope applications of 4degrees and above. For roof slopes below
4degrees, KS1000TOPDEK and KS1000XDEK solutions are
essential as they have no exposed through fixings and sheeting
overlaps.

1.8.64

Durability & Lifecycle


Material Performance
External Coatings

Factors Affecting Durability


Most building materials are normally subjected to a variety of
changing conditions which will gradually affect them.

Life Expectancy
First Maintenance

Overall

Spectrum

25*

40+*

PVDF

20*

40+*

Plastisol 200m

15*

40+*

Polyester*

15*

30+*

These effects can be controlled by careful selection of materials


and desing details so that it is possible to construct metal clad
buildings which require minimum maintenance, even in relatively
harsh environments.

Note: Coating lifetime warranties are project specific and


dependant on building location, environment, orientation, roof
pitch and colour etc. Consult Kingspan Technical Services at
desing stage.
* Subject to location, building orientation, roof slope, etc.

Moisture and high temperature are arguably the most aggressive of


environmental conditions.

Moisture
To reduce the potential for deterioration, moisture on surfaces and
within constructions should be avoided, if at all possible.

Life Expectancy
Gutters

First
maintenance

Overall

External

N/A

30+

Boundary Wall, Valley &Hip

N/A

30+

However, if it cannot be avoided then the wetting time should be


kept to a minimum.
Thus the steel components in metal cladding systems are usually
coated in a zinc/alloy (galvanised), and the cladding sheets
themselves have additional coatings, not only for aesthetic
appearance, but also for additional protection for moisture.

Life Expectancy
Fasteners
Carbon steel

10

Austenitic Stainless steel

Temperature

25+

Temperature can affect the life of coatings and is an important


desing and lifetime consideration. In general, higher temperatures
will cause faster degradation. Temperature of external facings
depends on colour, as in Central Europe in sunny summer time
conditions dark coloured faces can reach temperatures of 80C,
whilst light colours may only be 55C under same conditions. This
means that dark colour are less durable than the lighter ones.

Sealants
Pre/formed Butyl tapes

20+

Gun-grade silicone

1020

Profile fillers
Polyethylene

15

EPDM

20+

Rooflights
GRP

25

Fasteners, Sealants & Fillers

polycarbonate

25

All fasteners, sealants and fillers detailed in the model specifications


have service lives as indicated opposite.

Building Physics Performance

Rooflights
Life Expectancy

GRP and Polycarbonate rooflights will not have the same life
span as the rest of the roof system because of the effects of
UVradiation. Specifiers and building owners should plan to
replace them after 20 to 25 years, depending on the environmental
conditions and manufacturers recommendations.

Thermal U-value
Insulation Continuity
Air Permeability
Structural

in excess od 40 years

Fire

Ancillary Elements

Acoustics

Ancillary elements (e.g. apertures, lovres and vents) lifetime period


should be the same as the roof and wall envelope.

Note: Lifetime Periods indicated are subject to compliance with


Kingspans design, specification and construction details.

Warranties
Product warranties are provided by Kingspan of specific projects
when required.

Maintenance
To achieve the best long term performance the building should be
inspected routinely, any accumulation of debris should be removed
from roofs, and any mechanical damage should be touched up.

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Food & Hygiene Safety


Fibre-free System
OO

Closed cell core with autohesively bonded metal facings

Insulated Roof, Wall and Ceiling Systems

OO

Food & Hygiene Safe insulation core resists moisture ingress and
any risk of toxic mould and bacteria growth

OO

No risk of buildings or employers liability insurance cover


exclusion for presence of toxic mould

OO

No release of fugitive fibres into internal environment

Kingspan Insulated Panels comply with the current EU Food


Hygiene Regulations because they are totally filled with non
toxic, homogeneous, closed cell insulation, and they eliminate
cold bridges, which ensure that both surfaces are separated and
interstitial condensation will not occur.
They are supplied with Foodsafe Coatings to their liners, which are
specially designed for the hygiene requirements of food processing
applications and compliance with the food and hygiene regulations.

The wall and ceiling system must effectively perform the


following functions over the lifetime of the building.
OO

Food & Hygiene safe antibacterial coatings available

OO

Firesafe System

OO

Provides a thermal, vapour and airtight barrier

OO

Resists moisture ingress

OO

Suitable for wash and clean down

OO

Walk-on ceilings

OO

Lightweight construction

OO

Low energy operating costs

The core material used in the panels can be termed as nondeleterious. It is free of any CFC or HCFC ingredients. It has a
low permeability and therefore absorbs little water. It has good
resistance to a wide range of chemicals, solvents and oils is
immune from attack by mould, mildew and vermin infestation,
which are all important features and are essential for hygienic
applications.
All joints between individual panels and internal trims have to be
effectively sealed to the same hygiene specification standards. The
inherent structural rigidity of the panels permits these seals to be
reliably installed, and ensures they will not be broken by movement
of the panels.

Hygiene is the practice of cleanliness in order to maintain health


and prevent disease. It is therefore an important consideration
in buildings where food is processed. It is equally important for
other processes which require a clean environment, such as the
electronic and pharmaceutical industries.
Panels must therefore be easily washed and cleaned and should
not be prone to surface or interstitial condensation, as this could
lead to the formation of bacteria and mould growth on the surface
or within the construction.

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Food & Hygiene Safety

Trade in Fresh Meat

EU Legislation

Stipulated Temperatures
ofProducts

Council Directives 91/497/EEC

Fresh meat carcasses cut etc +7C

Abattoirs cutting plants and


transport vehicles

Frozen meat 17C

Coldstore Chambers where an


internal temperature of 17C
must be achieved and maintained

Fresh poultry meat +4C (maximum)

Poultry slaughterhouses and


cutting plants and transport
vehicles

Premises/Products/Transport

Trade in Fresh Poultry meat

EU Council Directives
92/116/EEC

Trade in Heat Treated Milk

EC Council directives 95/46/EEC Raw milk, heat treated milk and milk
products
8C for raw milk shortage and 6C
for longer storage. During transport
not more than 10C, on arrival to be
cooled to 5C. Pasteurised milk at
6C during transport and storage

Dairies, milk products production


plants and in transport vehicles

Trade in Meat Products

EC Council directives 92/5/EEC

Cutting and preparation rooms

Ambient working temperature less


than 12C
Minced and cut products
+2C
18C
12C

Chilled products
Deep frozen products
Frozen products
Temperature of products should
be clearly shown on labelling
and the products must be stored
and distributed at those marked
temperatures

Trade in Egg Products

EU Council Directive
91/684/EEC

+4C
18C
12C
+15C

Chilled
Deep Frozen
Frozen
Dehydrated (Dried Eggs)
All egg products must be
stored and transported at these
temperatures

Trade in Fishery Products

EC Council directives 97/79/ES


95/71/ES

That of melting ice

Fresh fish and fishery products

18C

Frozen products (during transport


3C tolerance margin)
Coldstores MUST have
temperature recorders

Trade in Live Bivalve Molluscs EC Council directives 92/5/EEC


Trade in Rabbit Meat, Game
Meat and Wild Game Meat

At temperatures which do not


adversely affect the quality of product
+4C (rabbit meat)
12C (rabbit meat)
+4C (small game)
+7C (large game)
12C

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During transport and storage


Chilled
Frozen
Chilled
Chilled
Frozen game

Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

Sustainable
Construction To Protect
The Environment

Sustainable Construction Principles


OO

Understand sustainable development and client benefits

OO

Adopt whole lifecycle thinking

OO

Design and construct to minimise environmental impact

OO

Select the most sustainable construction methods and solutions

Global Warming & Climate Change


While the Greenhouse Effect in balance is a good thing, the
creation of an imbalance through the excessive emission of
man-made greenhouse gases disturbs the balance. Accordingly,
humanity currently faces one of its greatest challenges ever as
accumulating greenhouse gases cause climate change and sea
level rise. The most recent report confirms there is now very little
doubt that man-made carbon dioxide is the main cause of climate
change.

Sustainable Construction encompasses issues as diverse


as:
OO

Orientation of buildings

OO

Materials of construction

OO

Construction techniques

OO

Utilisation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

OO

Community involvement

OO

Local sourcing

Greenhouse gases are accumulating in the Earths


atmosphere as a result of human activities, causing surface
air temperatures and surface ocean temperatures to rise.
Temperatures are, in fact, rising Human-induced warming
and associated sealevel rises are expected to continue
throughout the 21st century.
Source: national Academy of Sciences report on global
warming to the Bush Administration, June 2001
http://www.nationalacademies.org

What is Sustainable Development?


The classic definition of sustainable development comes from
the Brundtland Report of the World Commission on Environment
& Development of 1987, Our Common Future: Sustainable
development is development which meets the needs of the present
generation without comprising the ability of future generations to
meet their own needs.

The Greenhouse Effect


The greenhouse concept is simply that the composition of the
gases that make up the atmosphere enveloping the earth is crucial
to the existence of life, by acting as an insulator. This is because
a precise gaseous composition allows heat which is radiated from
the sun to be trapped in by the earth. Furthermore it allows the
specific temperature range for life to flourish, as it allows the right
amount of heat loss as well as retention to keep the balance of life
stable.

Buildings are responsible for 50% of the EUs energy consumption


Aerial thermographic image of heat loss from a city

1.11.68

Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

Sustainable
Construction To Protect
The Environment

Variation of the Earths Surface Temperature


over the Past 1,000 Years

Departures Temperature [C]

0.5

0.0

0.5

1.0

1000

1200

1400

1600

1800

2000

Year
Data from thermometers
Data from tree rings, corals, ice cores and historical records

Figures from 1961 to 1990 are average


Source: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Unsustainable economic activity has widespread


undesirable impacts including:
OO

air pollution

OO

ozone depletion

OO

land, coastal and marine degradation

OO

ecosystems damage

OO

deforestation, habitat loss and depletion of natural resources

OO

fresh water availability loss

OO

desertification

Desertification and poverty

Rising sea levels

Deforestation

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Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

Sustainable
Construction To Protect
The Environment

Sustainable Insulation Achieves Energy Savings


and Climate Protection

Insulation shows the Greatest Potential Savings of CO2


Compared to other Building Efficiency Measures

In use energy savings are the most important issue because fossil
fuel energy usage is leading to global warming and rising sea levels,
raising the very real possibility of catastrophic climate change which
might destroy life as we know it.

Thermal Insulation
50

Glazing Standards
Improve Controls

Increased insulations and higher air tightness requirements were


introduced as keys to reducing energy use in buildings. This is
consistent with its policy to promote sustainable construction
principles.

Improve Lighting Efficiency


87

119

Rigid urethane insulated roof and w all systems optimise thermal


efficiency and contribute to air-tightness criteria, thereby preventing
unnecessary heat transfer. This provides substantial CO2 emission
savings and contributes to the Governments goals of minimising
global warming and consequential climate change.

185
0

An additional value of insulated roof and wall systems is that they


maintain their exceptional thermal performance throughout their
lifetime, which is a key requirement for any sustainable solution.

50

100

150

200

Potential savings in EU Mt CO2 per annum

Sustainable Manufacture and Site Installation

Kingspans insulated roof and wall systems can reduce energy


use by up to 60%. This enables M&E heating and cooling space
systems to be designed to optimise energy efficiency and reduce
CO2 emissions.

Off-site pre-fabrication provides factory quality systems achieving


higher quality, faster and safer site installation.
Additionally these solutions provide lower site costs, reduced
construction programme times and greater certainty in project
delivery.

Buildings are Responsible for 50% of EU Energy Use


(Including Industrial Buildings)

Pre-engineered solutions are delivered to the construction site


with the correct dimensions and therefore there is generally no site
wastage.

In Use Sustainability

BUILDINGS

Waste Disposal

Use Phase

Constructiuon
Phase

Manufacturing
Phase

Raw Material

Building Environmental Profile

IN USE ENERGY SAVINGS

Industry
Transport

3%
Embodied Energy

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Recovery

Very High
Energy Efficiency

Temperature control of industrial buildings

Easy Lightweight
Time Efficient
Low Waste

Residential

Factory Made
Quality
Low Waste

Resource
Efficient

Non-residential (tertiary)

97%
Energy Savings

Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

Sustainable
Construction To Protect
The Environment

Embodied Energy

Compression

There is a common misconception that the most important factor in


a material specification is the embodied energy of the material. For
base construction materials, the replacement of one material with
an equivalent with lower embodied energy will of course reduce
the overall energy impact. However, achieving low energy demand
inuse is the most important factor and must be optimised first.

Lower strength products with lower binder content offer


compression riske.g. in flat roof applications. Good specification
should avoid this problem.

Air Movement
The open structure means that surface air movement and air
moving through may reduce the insulation value, though some
products use facings to prevent this.

Embodied energy can be particularly misleading for energy


efficiency materials and systems where the embodied energy will
typically only be in the order of 1%3% of the energy saved over
the buildings lifetime.

OUTSIDE
Condensation:
can reduce thermal
resistance and
damage building
fabric

This very clearly indicates: thermal (Uvalue) and low air leakage are
first, and longevity of performance over life is second, these are the
key environmental issues for choosing insulation materials.

Insulation Material Selection


There is a large array of different insulation materials, from many
different sources and with different properties. What matters most
is that the materials will last a long time and provide high levels of
performance throughout.

Choose a material with long life, sufficient durability and minimum


failure risk (to maximise energy and carbon benefits).

OO

Choose a material with zero ozone depletion potential (ZODP)


(aglobal pollution issue).

OO

Where thickness is constrained, choose the best thermal


insulator appropriate to the construction type (to optimise
Uvalue and energy savings).

Ageing: any degradation


to material or to thermal
resistance from quoted
values over the lifetime,
including settlement or
compression

Higher
thermal
bridging

What is most significant is the thermal and air leakage performance


design and specification. On the level of the material choice, there
are three key points for selecting insulation materials:
OO

Air movement at surface:


can cause convention heat loss

INSIDE

Vapour permeability presents


risk of condensation

Leakiness air escape


carries heat away

INSTALLATION RISKS:
Site assembly is vulnerable to poor installation leaving gaps, missing insulation,
higher air leakage or physical deterioration (compression).

Kingspan Insulated Roof and Wall Systems


Kingspans off-site pre-fabricated roof and wall systems provide
optimum sustainable lifecycle construction from design through
factory manufacturing, site installation, building use and end of life
recycling.

Insulants Durability & Failure Risk


Now that lower external envelope U-values have been demanded
by Buildings Regulations and Norms, the most important issue
in selecting insulants is longevity of thermal and air leakage
performance. Therefore failure risk of insulation materials is a key
issue in optimising energy efficiency and achieving lower CO2
emissions.

Site Assembled Machine-Made Mineral Fibre Built-up


Systems
The biggest risk factor is moisture build-up (whatever the cause),
which increases thermal conductivity.
Mineral fibre materials have design issues relating to their open
structure they are vapour and air permeable.

Moisture Build-up in Insulant


Wetting caused by condensation, leaking cladding or leaking
pipework. Will cause large increases in conductivity.

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Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

End of Live Solutions

Kingspan takes the issue of end-of-life very serious and has been working with industry experts in
waste management and disposal for many years.
Assessing the whole life cycle of building systems is critically
important in addressing their impact. In 2006, Kingspan
Insulated Panels began a process with the UK Building Research
Establishment (BRE) to identify and assess the environmental
effects of Kingspans key panels from cradle to grave. Panel
systems profiled so far have achieved a Green Guide to
Specification A rating which importantly includes end-of-life.

PIR, IPN, rock fibre or glass fibre. Further to the SCI report is worth
pointing out that metal clad construction can be easier to dismantle
and separate into component parts than many traditional building
systems. This provides the potential for recycling all elements of the
system subject to cost and technical viability.

Re-use of Kingspan Insulated Panels


Studies into the re-use of insulated panels have indicated that the
potential for re-use from both an economic and technical point of
view can be limited by some factors, however, Kingspan Insulated
Panels have demonstrated cases where insulated panels have
been reused particularly on buildings where aesthetics are not
vitally important. Re-use of Kingspan panels at end-of-life is always
the preferred option and as the two case studies below show it is
a viable option. Using insulated panels in this manner at end-oflife has many benefits including significant financial savings for all
involved.

The Steel Construction Institute Report


The SCI is an independent, member-based organisation. It is
probably the worlds largest research and technical organisation
supporting the use of steel in construction. The objective of The
Steel Construction Institute is to develop and promote the effective
use of steel in construction.
SCI prepared for Kingspan Insulated Panels a report on the review
of the end-of-life disposal options for steelbased building envelope
systems.

Insulated roof and wall panel systems have a very long lifetime
which exceeds 40 years. Reuse of construction products offers
even greater environmental advantages than recycling.

One of the key outcomes of the report is that the recycling


of insulation core from all types of metal cladding systems is
problematic. The research found that current demolition practice
is thought to result in the insulation going to landfill whether it be

Project A Mac-Fab Systems

Project B Clinton Engineering

Building Type: Industrial


Location: Co. Monaghan, Ireland
Kingspan Panel: AWP - KS1000 MR
Original Panel Use: Retail
Original Panel Location: Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Dublin,
Ireland

Building Type: Industrial


Location: Kells, Co. Meath, Ireland
Kingspan Panel: KS1000 RW
Original Panel Use: Commercial
Original Panel Location: UK

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Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

End of Live Solutions

End-of-Life Management Current Production

End-of-Life - ODS Containing Panels

All Kingspan insulated panels produced since 2004 including


current production are classed as nonhazardous and do not
contain CFCs or HCFCs, i.e. ozone depleting substances (ODS).

Since January 2004 all Kingspan insulated panels have been


manufactured without any Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS).
Some panels were manufactured with ODS before 2004 and
current legislation governing the recovery of ODS EC Regulation
2037/2000 - requires recovery of ODS to be carried out if
practicable.

The cost of processing panels through shredder plants is


approximately cost neutral with the transport costs from site being
covered by the scrap value of the steel. Economics for specific
buildings will be dependant on transport distances, and the market
value of steel scrap at the time of disposal.

As a result of the excellent long term thermal and structural


performance properties offered by insulated panels, there are
currently only very small quantities of ODS containing panels
entering the waste stream, however as we reach the end of the
next decade this will have changed and we need responsible
solutions for the end of life disposal of these panels.

Shredder plants offer a proven solution for dealing with insulated


panels incorporating non-ozone depleting blowing agents and
are suitable for Kingspan insulated panels which can be safely
processed as a co-feed with other scrap materials.

This involved extensive research into the disposal of ODS

Steel and aluminium can be recycled again and again without


any degradation. The steel or aluminium external and internal
facing sheets are removed and fully recyclable through the steel
or aluminium manufacturing route, without further burden to
the environment nor increase in dioxin levels. Current evidence
suggests that 84% of steel and aluminium used in construction is
recycled.

containing insulated panels through the use of existing refrigerator


recycling plants, which is our recommended method of disposal,
where viable.

Refrigerator Recycling Plants


A commercial service for dealing responsibly with the legacy of
CFC and HCFC containing insulated panels at their end-of-life is
now available. Kingspan is aware of a number of projects where
panels have been re-processed successfully using refrigerator
recycling plants.

Dismantling Panels
As Kingspan insulated panels comprise of pre-fabricated single
component units site experience has shown that both roof and
wall panels at end of life are relatively easy to safely remove from
a building and transport to a recovery centre. Dismantling site
assembled multi component installations may be problematic
owing to issues surrounding the fragility of the roof system and
its component parts. Critical to this assessment of the viability of
dismantling rather than demolition is information on the structural
characteristics of the top sheet, liner sheet and system as a whole.

A major advantage of fridge recycling plants is that the


recovered insulation is clean and dry in the ideal form for
recycling/reprocessing, although current economics determine that
most goes to landfill. The use of fridge plant processing has future
potential to go a long way towards establishing a closed-loop
resources flow, thus avoiding landfill.

1.11.73

Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

Kingspan Insulated
Panels Sustainability
Vision

It is the long-term interests of business to act responsibly towards


the environment and the communities in which Kingspan operate.

Assessment Credits

Kingspan Insulated Panels is fully committed to developing,


researching and investing in environmental standards and practices
so as to install a framework for activities, product design, services
and decision making that supports sustainable construction.


Water

Transport

Energy

Health & Wellbeing

Management

All Kingspan ECOsafe insulated panels have a low GWP (Global


Warming Potential) and help to deliver optimum performance in
environmental assessment methods such as BREEAM.

Materials

OO

Kingspan ECOsafe insulated panels are the result of extensive


research and development work to provide an optimised and
sustainable solution for our customers.

Land Use & Ecology

OO

Specific Kingspan ECOsafe insulated panels are independently


audited and certified by the BRE as Green Guide A Rated
(within the highest performing specification section of the Green
Guide to Specification).

Pollution

Kingspan ECOsafe Insulated Panels


OO

Kingspan vision is: To be a global leader in sustainable


business and establish a leading position in providing
sustainable, renewable and affordable best practice
solutions for the construction sector

Issue Category Scores

Kingspan ECOsafe Insulated Panels &BREEAM


The Building Research Establishment (BRE) Group is a world
leading research, consultancy, training, testing and certification
organisation delivering sustainability and innovation across the built
environment and beyond.

Environmental Weightings

The BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) is the


worlds longest established and most widely used environmental
assessment method for buildings. It sets the standards for best
practice in sustainable development and measures achievement
created by BRE in 1988. Current BREEAM schemes include
offices, retail, industrial, schools, courts, prison accommodation,
multiresidential, hospitals, homes (Ecohomes), existing housing
portfolios (EcoHomesXB) and bespoke buildings.

Single Score

BREEAM Rating

BREEAM Credits &Kingspan

Pass
Good
Very Good
Excellent

All Kingspan insulated panels qualify for additional credits in


BREEAM schemes. BREEAM schemes use a scoring system
to deliver an overall building rating of Pass, Good, Very Good or
Excellent depending on credits scored.

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25 points
40 points
55 points
70 points

Environmental
Sustainability
andProtection

Kingspan Insulated
Panels Sustainability
Objectives

Kingspan Insulated Panels Long-term


Sustainability Objectives

Sustainable Building Design


Consider best practice sustainable building design when
constructing or refurbishing Kingspan Insulated Panels
manufacturing facilities and ensure the sustainable management of
all sites used by Kingspan Insulated Panels.

Kingspan Insulated Panels aims to adopt and apply best practice


sustainability principles by ensuring environmental, social and
economic parameters are considered in an integrated way in
product and service delivery.

Ethical Procurement & Supply Chain Management

Sustainable Product Stewardship

Develop an ethical procurement strategy for procuring materials


and services. Engage with prioritised suppliers and contractors
to ensure that they operate to similar sustainability standards
and seek to build-long term relationships with key suppliers and
contractors.

Ensure sustainability is considered in the design and manufacture,


and promoted in the installation, use and disposal of Kingspan
Insulated Panels products and services.

Carbon Management

Stakeholder Engagement

Measure and actively reduce Kingspan Insulated Panels carbon


footprint with the long-term aim of going beyond carbon neutrality.

Engage key stakeholders in Kingspan Insulated Panels


Sustainability Strategy and ensure our employees are fully involved
in helping deliver the Sustainability Policy.

Optimise use of Resources


Minimise waste, harmful emissions and water usage associated
with the manufacture, distribution and, where possible, the endof-life management of Kingspan Insulated Panels products and
services.

Social Responsibility
Support Kingspan Insulated Panels employees and uphold our
corporate social responsibility to the communities in which we do
business.

PIR / IPN
Panels

Preferred
Option

Reuse
of Insulated
Panels

0 Disposal Cost
No new panels needed =
Significant financial and
environmental benefits

All Kingspan panels


produced since 2004

Kingspan panels
produced prior to
2004 containing ODS

Ferrous
Shredder
Facilities

Fridge
Recycling
Plants

Cost
Neutral*

45
per square metr

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Quality & Approvals


The CE-Mark is a legally demanded proof of conformity and
indicates that the labeled products meet the requirements
according to the EN14509. The CE-Mark contains information
regarding the manufacturer, the name of the product and its
properties. It should be affixed on every package which is delivered
to the customer. When distributing products within the EU it is a
must that goods are labeled with the CE-Mark.

Kingspan Insulated panels are manufactured in state-of-the-art


facilities under a quality system which meets the requirements of
ISO 9001:2000, ensuring long term reliability and service life. Our
goal is to not only meet the requirements of this standard, but to be
ahead of it.
In order to provide our customers with products of high quality,
all used products have to comply with the legal standards like the
European Standard EN14509 and must be labeled with the CEMark. It simply confirms that the product meets the requirements of
the EN14509.

The manufacturer of the composite panels is responsible that the


required values in the EN14509 are achieved. The CE-Mark is the
confirmation that the composite panels were produced according
to EN14509 and that the properties of the used materials are
matching these requirements.

The new European standard EN14509 for self-supporting double


skin metal faced insulating panels Factory made products
Specifications was published recently. It is the regulating standard
for composite panels within Europe.
The EN14509 specifies requirements for factory made composite
panels for following applications:
OO

Roofs and roof cladding

OO

External walls and wall cladding

OO

Walls (including partitions) and ceilings within the building


envelope

The used materials have to be tested according to the test


methods as described in the EN14509. All materials have to meet
the requirements stated in the standard, as there were:
OO

Mechanical properties of a face

OO

Mechanical properties of a panel and its core material:

OO

Shear strength and modulus

OO

Compressive strength and modulus

OO

Reduced shear strength

OO

Cross panel tensile strength (and modulus)

OO

Bending moment capacity and wrinkling stress

OO

Bending moment over a central support

OO

Creep coefficient

OO

Cross panel tensile modulus at elevated temperatures

OO

Density

OO

Thermal transmittance

OO

Durability

OO

Reaction to fire

OO

Fire resistance

OO

External fire performance roofs

OO

Water permeability

OO

Air permeability

OO

Airborne sound insulation

OO

Sound absorption

OO

Dimensional tolerances

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Quality & Approvals

Kingspan Kereskedelmi Kft., Horka dlo 1, 2367 Ujhartyan


10
Metal faced insulating panel for use in buildings
Reference
Insulation
Density
Thickness

KS1150 TF
IPN
3845kg/m3
100mm

Facing: Steel EN10326


external
internal
Steel grade
Profilation
external
internal
Coating
external
internal
Mass
Use:
Roofs
External walls
Internal walls
Ceilings
Thermal transmittance
Mechanical resistance
Tensile strength
Shear strength
Reduced long term shear strength
Shear modulus (core)

0.5mm
0.4mm
S280 GD

Wrinkling stress (external face)


- in span
- in span, elevated temperature
- at central support
- at central support, elevated
temperature
Wrinkling stress (internal face)
- in span
- at central support
Reaction to fire

M
I

187MPa
168MPa
150MPa
135MPa
149MPa
130MPa
B-s1, d0
Details in technical guide
and assembly conditions

PES, PVC, PVDF, PUR

Fire resistance
Roofs

PES, PVC, PVDF, PUR

External walls

13.50kg/m

Internal walls
Ceilings

N/A
YES
YES
YES
0.2W/m2K

External fire performance

0.06MPa
0.14MPa
0.06MPa
3.65MPa

Water permeability
Water vapour permeability
Air permeability
Aurborne sound insulation
Sound absorption
Durability

Compressive strength (core)

0.10MPa

Resistance to point and access loads

Creep coefficient t=2,000h


Creep coefficient t=100,000h
Bending resistance in the span
+ve bending
+ve bending, elevated temperature
-ve bending
-ve bending, elevated temperature

2
7
9.75kNm/m
8.76kNm/m
6.08kNm/m
6.08kNm/m

Example for CE marking

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N/A
EI20-ef (oi),
EW15 (io), EI15
NPD
NPD
Details in technical guide
and assembly conditions
N/A
N/A
N/A
NPD
Impermeable
NPD m3/m2h
26 (-3;-4) dB
NPD
N/A
Suitable for repeated access
without additional protection

OO Coloured

Coated Steel  2.1

OO Rigid

Urethane Insulation Core  2.4

OO Rigid

IPN Insulation Core 2.6

OO Mineral

Fibre Insulation Core 2.7

OO Polycarbonate
OO Glass

(PC) 2.8

Reinforced Polyester (GRP) 2.9

OO Fasteners  2.10
OO Fasteners
OO Sealants

Sitework Tools and Installation  2.13

&Fillers 2.15

Material Specifications

Material
Specifications

Coloured Coated Steel

The construction industry is supported by the manufacture of high quality, competitive products and by
expert technical service.
Zinc coatings have excellent corrosion protection, because they
protect the steel in two ways:

Our service and quality commitment is based on a policy of


working closely with our customers, applying quality assurance
practices to all our activities, and achieving technical excellence
through research, product development and capital investment.
The extensive range of plastic coated steels available is a product
of that commitment.

OO

with a barrier effect

OO

by cathodic protection

Barrier effect
The barrier effect is achieved by physically sealing off the steel
surface with a coating with better corrosion resistance. The
zinc layer itself forms a self-protecting film off airly impermeable
corrosion products such as zinc oxide. This protects the steel (and
the zinc) from the harmful affects of oxygen, corrosive gases and
liquids in the atmosphere.

Steel as a Profile Material


Steel, with its combination of flexibility, durability, strength-to-weight
ratio and economy, is an ideal material for profiled cladding. To
avoid the rapid corrosion of steel, a metal coating can be applied
to protect it from moisture and oxygen. Such coatings need to be
sufficiently impermeable, tough, abrasion resistant and must bond
strongly to the surface they are required to protect.

Cathodic protection
The second principle is cathodic protection. If the zinc coating is
damaged (by weathering, pores, cracks, scratches, cut edges),
then the anodic nature of zinc becomes effective in providing
protection.

Coating steel with a zinc layer is called galvanization. There are


many variants of galvanizing which can involve zinc alloys rather
than pure zinc.

Since zinc has a lower chemical potential than iron, the zinc will
be attacked and dissolved first. The zinc dissolve to form zinc
hydroxides and zinc oxides (white rust), which unlike iron oxides
(red rust) form a protective layer, which slows down the corrosion
process.

Options for galvanic protection


Galvalloy
Galvalloy is strip steel which has been hot-dip coated with
a255 g/m2 eutectic alloy comprising approximately 95% zinc with
5% aluminium, combined with other elements, to EN10214:1995.

Hot-dip zinc
Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc, according
to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with a number of coatings
polyester, PVDF.

Galvatite
Galvatite is hot-dip zinc coated steel to EN10147:2000 with a
standard minimum coating mass of 275g/m2.
A structural grade of steel with a guaranteed minimum yield
strength of 280N/mm2 is used for all products.
Substrate designations are:

2.1

OO

Galvalloy S280 GD+ZA according to EN10214

OO

Galvatite S280 GD+Z according to EN10147

Material
Specifications

Coloured Coated Steel

Coated Products

damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid


and metallic colours. Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and
plasticizers and 100% recyclable.

The customer can be certain that each coating system has been
comprehensively tested and evaluated in the extensive research
and development facilities of our suppliers. These finishes have
been developed over many years for a variety of applications,
and therefore have different performance characteristics. The
descriptions that follow are aimed at distinguishing these
differences.

Polyester*
Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. For interior applications, the
coating thickness is typically 15m, and for exterior applications,
25m.

Coated products for exterior roofing and cladding are composed of


a galvanised steel substrate which is then treated/primed on both
sides. Different proprietary topcoats are then applied to the weather
side and to the reverse side (commonly referred to as the backcoat). Different galvanising systems and coating products are used
for different applications.

* Standard coating

PVDF**
PVDF offers unequalled colour and gloss retention because of
its exceptional UV resistance. The coating thickness is typically
2535m and it offers good corrosion resistance. 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.

Roofing & Cladding Products


Potential specifiers and users of these products should refer to the
exterior coatings table on next page for typical properties.

** on request

Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.
Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical

2.2

Material
Specifications

Coloured Coated Steel

Products for Food Processing Plants and Cold


Stores

suppliers to ensure that the backcoat, the foam, and adhesive


are compatible. The coating system for the exposed surface of
an insulated panel should be selected according to the internal
environment.

Food processing plants and cold stores have special requirements.


They need surfaces which are safe in contact with food and which
are easy to clean. Cold stores require good insulation properties.
We offer a range of products suitable for cladding the interiors of
food processing plants, cold stores, and other areas where contact
with food is likely. These products are:
OO

Foodsafe

OO

Matt Polyester

OO

Structured Polyester

The steel substrate used on these products is Galvatite hot-dip


zinc coated steel to EN10142:1991 (FeP02G quality) with a total
zinc coating of 275g/m2. These products are not suitable for use
outdoors.

Availability
The very large number of colours and coating systems in the
product range may mean that not all of them are held in stock at
one time by the supply chain. Early consultation with the supplier is
the best way to ensure that the material selected will be available at
the required time.

All these products have a white finish. Consult Kingspan about the
availability of other colours.
The exposed or working surfaces of these products are nontoxic
and resistant to both pink and black mould, as well as being
attractive, durable and easy to clean. The Foodsafe surface is
chemically inert and is safe for continuous contact with unpacked
foodstuff.
These products have a grey polyester backcoat suitable for
bonding to the insulation foam. This allows them to be used
for the manufacture of insulated panels. Subject to minimum
order requirements, other backcoat systems may be available.
Whichever backcoat is specified, the user should check with

Coated Steel Coil


Typical Properties of Exterior Coatings
Pencil,
Hardness

Clemen
Scratch
Resistance
[kg]

Adhesion
of the
coating
[Tbend]

Resistance
Impact
to cracking
resistance
on bending
[J]
[Tbend]

Corrosion resistance

Coating

Nominal
Gloss
Thickness
[60]
[m]

Salt spray
test
[h]

UV
Corrosion resistance
resistance category
category

Polyester

25

HB-H

2kg

2T

3T

360

RC3

30GU

18

RUV2

PVDF25

25

30GU

HB-H

1T

2T

18

360

RC3

RUV4

PVDF35

35

30GU

HB-H

2kg

1T

2T

18

500

RC4

RUV4

3kg

1T

1.5T

18

700

RC5

RUV4

Spectrum 50

3040GU F-H

Notes: The figures contained in this table are typical properities and do not constitute a specification.

Test Specification for Exterior


Nominal thickness

EN 13523-1

Gloss

EN 13523-2

Pencil hardness

EN 13523-4

Scratch resistance

EN 13523-12

Taber abrasion

EN 13523-16

Flexibility: Minimum bend diameter

EN 13523-7

Impact resistance

EN 13523-5

Corrosion resistance: Salt spray

EN 13523-8

Corrosion resistance

EN 10169-2

UV resistance

EN 13523-10

2.3

Material
Specifications

Rigid Urethane
Insulation Core

Introduction

Environmental

Rigid urethane insulation has been used in the building and


construction industries since the 1950s. Over the past 50 years, in
excess of 600 million square metres of insulated panels have been
manufactured by the continuous lamination process and have been
successfully used in roof and wall cladding applications worldwide.

Non-Deleterious

The superior long term performance of metal faced insulated


panels with rigid urethane cores is now widely recognised by
building investors and designers when compared with site
assembled, multipart, builtup cladding systems. This has resulted
in significant growth for this type of construction system.

In health terms, the products are fully cured thermoset (crosslinked) polymers which, under normal conditions, do not emit
noxious fumes and are safe to handle. In environmental terms, the
products do not emit damaging gases nor do they leach into the
environment during their lifetime. Being some of the most efficient
insulants available to the construction industry, they actively
contribute to the saving of energy and through this save significant
amounts carbon dioxide emission.

The rigid urethane insulation core used by Kingspan is CFC and


HCFC free which fully complies with the Montreal and Kyoto Ozone
Depletion Summit Protocols. Kingspan rigid urethane insulation
cores can therefore be termed as non-deleterious.

The main reasons for this growth are:


OO

Increasingly stringent building regulations, which in many


countries require the use of insulation to comply with energy
efficiency and CO2 emission targets.

OO

The rising cost of fuel and energy. Effective thermal insulation


can reduce HVAC/heating costs by up to 40% wherever it is
installed.

Rigid urethane insulation provides a high level of compression


and shear strength, which are essential requirements for insulated
sandwich panels.

OO

The environmental cost of energy production is also a factor


which now needs to be considered. The burning of fossil fuels
for energy production is estimated to contribute 80% of the
worlds CO2 emissions. These green-house gases contribute
to the problem of global warming, and so the conservation
of energy is the most direct and cheap way to reduce CO2
emissions and thus control global warming.

Ageing

OO

Industry experts estimate that worldwide insulation of buildings


to optimum standards could reduce global energy requirements
by more than 10%.

OO

Rapid site assembly and early completion of a building project is


demanded by investors and insulated sandwich panels provide
single fix fast on-site installation.

OO

Investors require superior specification, low maintenance and


long-term product performance.

Strength

Insulation panels faced with impermeable materials such as steel


shows minimal change to the thermal conductivity of the insulant
over the life of the installed cladding system.

Water Absorption
The water vapour permeability of rigid urethane insulation is very
low due to its closed cell structure. Permeability is further reduced
by the metal skin of a panel which acts as a moisture barrier.

Fire Performance
See Building Design Section for detailed fire performance
information.
Like all organic building materials wood, paper, plastics, paints
rigid urethane insulation is combustible, although its ignitability and
rate of burn depend largely on the fire resistance properties of the
material used to skin the panels.

Thermal Performance
Rigid urethane insulation has one of the lowest thermal conductivity
ratings of any insulant. This makes the retention of heat more
efficient, and facilitates the effective maintenance of a temperature
controlled environment such as a chill store.

The most effective fire resistance can be obtained using a fire rated
rigid urethane insulation. By careful blending the urethane with
certain additives, it is possible to formulate rigid urethane systems
that achieve the fire standards required by National Regulations
and the more demanding requirements of the insurance industry.

The matrix of the insulation core has a closed cell structure that
guarantees reliable thermal performance over the lifetime of the
building.

There is a constant drive from insurers and building owners to


improve the performance of fire rated roof and wall panel systems.
In response to this Kingspan has developed, tested and obtained
approval for a wide range of fire rated products for roof and wall
application. Insulated panels with fire rated cores have performed

2.4

Material
Specifications

Rigid Urethane
Insulation Core

Property Insurer Approvals

well in actual fires and do not contribute significantly to the fire load
in the building. They have an excellent track record as roof and
wall cladding systems with over 45 years of history. Tests carried
out in the UK, Germany, France and the USA all conclude that well
designed fire rated insulated sandwich panels have excellent fire
resistant properties

OO

Adhesion to the Panel Skin


During the time between mixing and the achievement of its final
cured state, rigid urethane insulation is extremely adhesive, which
allows it to bond effectively to a wide range of insulated panel
skins. The adhesion is so strong that the bond strength can be
higher than the tensile or shear strength of the insulation itself.

specification products approved


Kingspan can supply
by/to the following building norms, certification authorities and
insurers;

Weight

Building Norm Compliance Certification


OO

Czech Republic

OO

Slovakia

OO

Poland

OO

Hungary

OO

Germany

OO

Holland & Belgium

OO

UK

OO

Republic of Ireland

FM Global (FM)

The light weight of rigid urethane sandwich panels is an important


contribution to the achievement of lighter and cheaper building
structures due to the lower dead loads. Site assembly is also faster
and incurs lower cost due to ease of handling. And transport costs
are kept to a minimum because of lower product volume and
increased load utilisation.

Chemical Resistance
Rigid urethane insulation provides excellent resistance to attack
from a wide range of chemicals, solvents, and oils.

Biological Resistance
Rigid urethane insulation does not support fungal growth and is
immune from attack by mould, mildew and vermin infestation. This
is essential for hygiene applications.

Manufacture
Rigid urethane insulated sandwich panels are manufactured under
quality controlled conditions to the highest ISO quality standards
prior to delivery to the construction site. This guarantees a superior
installed cladding system with long term performance.

CFC & HCFC Removal


Kingspan has developed and manufacture zero ozonedepletionpotential (ODP) IPN insulated panel systems.

2.5

Material
Specifications

Rigid IPN
Insulation Core

References:

IPN is the abreviation for Isophenic, Kingspans unique high grade


index Polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation material.

1. Buist, J.M. & Hurd, R. Polyurethane Foams: The Contribution to


Heat Insulation The proceeding of the Institute of Refrigeration,
Vol. LVI, (195960)

Like PIR, IPN belongs to the same generic family of thermosetting


materials. IPN has a special polymer structure which gives
improved fire performance compared to PIR. Kingspan IPN uses
aunique formulation that gives a highly fire resistant product which
is capable of passing insurance industry tests such as from LPCB
and FM Global.

2. Ball G.W., Simpson A. & Fleming H., Cellular Polymers (16)2,


(1997), 110.

Non-Deleterious Specification

3. Vehlow, J., Jay, K., Rittmeyer, C., & Stieglitz, L., Third
International Conference on Municipal Waste Combustion,
Williamsburg, VA, (March 30April 2, 1993)

Rigid IPN Insulation A Commentary

Energy Efficiency and Pay Back

Non-deleterious A Definition

The energy saving contribution of rigid urethane IPN insulation is a


very positive factor, as the fuel saved by insulation is many times
greater than the fuel cost of producing the material initially. This can
be demonstrated by the following example:

Deleterious (adj) hurtful or destructive; destructive;


poisonous (from the Greek ; deleterious). Chambers
Twentieth Century Dictionary.
Kingspan IPN rigid urethane insulation cannot be classified as
deleterious and should be termed as nondeleterious.

It takes 5kg of oil to produce 1 square metre of IPN wall insulation


at 40mm thickness. Over a 50 year building life the insulation will
save 230kg of heating oil, so it has repaid its original cost by a
factor of46. Working to this principle rigid urethane IPN insulation,
with one of the lowest thermal conductivity values offers the
greatest potential for energy saving.

In health terms, the products are fully cured thermoset (crossedlinked) polymers which, under normal conditions of use and
temperatures, do not emit noxious fumes and are safe to handle1.
Being some of the most efficient insulants available for construction
use, they actively contribute to the saving of energy, fossil fuels
and, therefore, large scale carbon dioxide emission and global
warming. In Germany these characteristics are being provided
by the environmental product declaration (EPD=Environmental
Product Declaration) since September 2013. The environmental
product declaration were created by members of the IFBS and
experts for the ecobalance and verified by independed experts
and certified by the IBU (Institut Bauen und Umwelt) committee
of experts. Moreover all necessary data for the product life cycle
for sandwich elements are being described. Beside the life
cycle stages of the production of raw materials and production
of energy the eco balance covers the end of life reflection with
appropriate credit items. Therefore the environmental product
declaration can be used for the certification using the DGNB
(Deutsche Gesellschaft fr nachhaltiges Bauen) System. Beside
the DGNB System the BREEAM (Building Research Establishment
Environmental Assessment Methodology) as well as the LEED
System are used internationally.

Conclusion
Rigid urethane insulation therefore emerges as a unique material,
which is perfectly suited for the insulating core of building panels.
It combines strength with a very low thermal conductivity,and
its ability to bond itself to facing materials during the production
process makes it ideal for the mass production techniques used
today.
Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems, preengineered in this
way, provide a durable, economic, fit for purpose roof or wall
cladding solution.

Kingspan rigid urethane insulants consist of numerous tiny closed


cells bound together. These contain a gas trapped in the cells
which assists the insulation value of the products. This gas remains
within the cell during the lifetime of the products2, and can be
recovered or completely incinerated at the end of the useful life of
the product if requested3. Following the Montreal Protocol in 1987
regulating the production and use of Chlorofluoro Carbons (CFCs)
and Hydro Chlorofluoro Carbons (HCFCs), which products had
been implicated in deterioration of the stratospheric ozone layer,
these gases are no longer used in Kingspan rigid insulants. All
Kingspan products now use blowing agents that have an Ozone
Depletion Potential of Zero (Zero ODP).

2.6

Material
Specifications

Mineral Fibre
Insulation Core

Introduction
Mineral wool insulant actually comprises mineral rock fibres bonded
together with varying proportions of thermo setting resins to form
the insulant materials, which can be used for insulating sandwich
panels.

Life Cycle Phase

Range of Energy
Consumed (MJ/kg)*

Mining and production of raw materials 0.62 to 1.25

Processing
Mineral fibre is manufactured by melting diabase volcanic rock with
other raw materials at 1,500C. In the furnace the diabase stones
are mixed with coke and ed mineral fibre waste. The liquid stone
lava is then converted into fibres in a spinning chamber and at the
same time a water-repellent impregnating oil and binder are added.
The binder is then cured in an oven creating a dimensionally stable
insulation matrix.

Production of bonding agent

1.30 to 4.10

Manufacture

11.30 to 21.92

Transport

0.35 to 0.51

Total

13.57 to 27.28

* Information submitted to the European Commission by the


Danish Environmental Protection Agency. dk-TEKNIK, Thermal
insulation products for walls and roofs, Impact assessment for
eco labelling.
H.K.Stranddorf, A.Schmidt, L.E.Hansen, A.A.Jensen,
M.Thorsen, April 1995.

Environmental Performance
Mineral fibre insulation is chemically inert and does not encourage
the growth of fungi, moulds or bacteria. The resin which binds the
mineral fibre, can be considered as an insoluble plastic which will
remain unchanged for at least a century.

2.7

Material
Specifications

Polycarbonate (PC)

Light Transmission

Polycarbonate profiles are extruded from polycarbonate resin and


offer an extremely high impact resistance compared to traditional
transparent glazing materials like glass and acrylic sheets.
Furthermore this impact strength remains unchanged in a very
wide temperature range. Indeed will keep high impact values from
40C to +120C.

Polycarbonate has excellent light transmission, allowing to take


advantage of natural light conditions in buildings. The opalescent
colours are designed to control the natural light transmission
in order to reduce the heating of the building interior in warm
climates or sunny days. The opalescent sheet has a special light
diffusion additive that spreads the light and guarantees optimal light
conditions in any corner of the building without any shadows.

Compared to glass and PMMA sheet, polycarbonate is very ductile


and does not break sharply, but deforms gradually instead under
load and absorbs the impact energy.

The control of the solar energy is an important requirement


in modern buildings. Specific products and colours reduce
considerably the solar heating and improve the interior comfort.

A major requirement for rooflights is the hail resistance.


Polycarbonate rooflights offers increased hail resistance properties
compared to other rooflight materials.

Thermal and acoustic performance


Thermal insulation is a major requirement for energy saving in
buildings. Polycarbonate sheet offers significant advantages
compared to mono layer glazing materials.

UV resistance
Polycarbonate is protected on both sides by a coextruded layer
against the deteriorating effects of the UV fraction of the sunlight.
Ultraviolet sunrays are responsible for early ageing effects on other
building materials, what results in results yellowing, loss in light
transmission and impact strength.

The hollow structure reduces significantly the heat losses in roofing


or glazing applications. The hollow structure of the sheet offers
advantages compared to mono layer glazing materials in respect of
sound reduction.

2.8

Material
Specifications

Glass Reinforced
Polyester (GRP)

Strength & Durability

GRP consists of thermosetting polyester resin, usually reinforced


with 25 to 35 weight per cent glass fibres. It is a material with
unique properties, offering a high degree of flexibility. GRP can
easily be tooled, moulded and manufactured to meet almost
any design specifications. Compared to other rooflight building
materials, GRP indicates low expansion properties and excellent
dimensional stability under mechanical and environmental stresses.
Furthermore its offers excellent acoustic properties.

GRP has high strength to weight ratio and high flexural strength.

Light Transmission
Light transmission through a rooflight from GRP is typically lower
than polycarbonate. GRP sheets will generally give diffused light,
with little glare. Polycarbonate is clearer, and more likely to increase
glare and higher solar gain. Light transmission decreased due to
the presence of matrix microcracks and interface debonding.

Weather resistance
GRP is non-corrosive and has a much longer life expectancy when
compared to a variety of construction materials. Fibreglass provides
resistance to ultra violent light, extreme temperatures, salt air, and
a variety of chemicals including most acids. GRP is chemically inert
and corrosion-resistant.
The weather and water resistance of GRP is largely a function of
the gel coat, which is exposed to attack. For optimum chemical
resistance combined with high structural performance a resin rich
surface is obtained on the face of the moulding, which is exposed
to the hostile environment.

2.9

Material
Specifications

Fasteners

Introduction
Fasteners are being divided into primary and secondary fasteners.
Primary fasteners hold the insulated panels to the building frame,
and secondary fasteners join panels to each other, and to flashings
etc. The fasteners are therefore an integral part of the building, and
their strength, weather proofing, durability, and appearance must
be carefully considered as part of the overall design.

The fastener head may be coated metal, coated metal covered


with a push-on plastic cap, or it may have an integral coloured
head.

Stitching screws self drill or tap, draw the sheets together, and
finally seal, in one operation, in the same way as the primary
fasteners. They are available in high quality carbon steel and
austenitic stainless steel, and in several head forms to suit the
various materials being fastened.

These fasteners are specially designed to drill through the panel,


self tap into the framework, and finally seal the outer sheet

Self Drilling Fastener


Head
Washer

Rivets are made from aluminium alloy and are installed in a two
stage operation which involves drilling a hole through the two
components, pushing the rivet into the hole and setting it with a
rivetting tool. This tool draws the mandrel through the rivet body
and deforms it so that it grips the materials together, until it finally
breaks.

Support
Thread

Thread
to Structure

OO

These are the fasteners which join sheet to sheet, flashing to sheet,
or flashing to flashing. The main types used are stitching screws or
rivets.

Primary Fasteners

Head
Washer

The sealing washer may vary in size and material, for fixing roof,
wall, or rooflights. Carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminium
washers are used in conjunction with EPDM seals.

Secondary Fasteners

The following general notes explain the various fasteners which are
used with Kingspan Insulated Panels.

Self Tapping Fastener

OO

Other blind fasteners are used for special applications, such as


the side laps of rooflights, where normal pop rivets and stitchers
are unsuitable. These larger fasteners come in several forms,
some require a rivetting tool and others use a bolt to pull an EPDM
grommet up to the underside of the sheet.

Thread
to Structure

Stitching Screws

Blind Rivets

Blind Fasteners
(Bulb-tite)

Roof/skylight
Fasteners (Lap-lox)

Drilling point

This is achieved in one fast operation using a screwgun with a


depth sensing nose piece. Various accessories for these tools are
available from the fastener manufacturers.
Fasteners are manufactured to suit the many materials and
constructions in common use.
The variations include:
OO

They may be made from high quality carbon steel or austenitic


stainless steel.

OO

The drill point alters for drilling into different materials and
thicknesses.

OO

The self tapping thread can vary with the type and thickness of
material.

OO

The overall fastener length will vary depending on the thickness


of the panel being fixed.

OO

For through fixed panels the fasteners have a secondary support


thread directly under the head to withstand superimposed loads
caused by foot traffic and snow. This also draws the outer skin
tightly up to the washer, thus ensuring a weatherproof seal.

2.10

Material
Specifications

Fasteners

Installation and Weathering

4. Shear

Self drilling/tapping fasteners can be supplied with a sealing


washer which is designed to prevent water ingress into the building
through the fixing point. To be sure of optimum performance it is
important to install the fasteners correctly.

Another mode of failure, not associated with wind loading, is shear.


In this case the panel moves across the face of the purlin/rail and
effectively cuts or shears the fastener.
It is possible that the fastener would severely damage panel facings
before failure occurs.

The fasteners and washers are designed to be driven so that the


washer is compressed evenly, giving the appearance shown. The
screwgun is fitted with an adjustable, depth sensitive nose piece
which can be set to disengage the clutch when the fastener has
been installed correctly.

Strength
The Primary fasteners hold the panels in place on the building
and must be strong enough to resist the applied loads. In practice
the most important load for fasteners is often wind suction
which is trying to pull the panels off the building frame. In these
circumstances ultimate failure of the fixing can happen in three
possible ways:

Permissible shear load for 5.5mm diameter carbon or stainless


steel fasteners is 3.9kN. * In some cases it may be the fastener
strength which limits the permissible span of the insulated panels,
particularly near junctions on the building, where wind suction
forces are high.

1. Pull Over

* A load factor of 2 has been used generally to indicate permissible


load.

The outer skin of the panel deforms around the head and washer
of the fastener until the hole is large enough for the panel to pull
over, leaving the entire fastener in place.

For detailed data of Pull Over and Pull Out permissible loads please
contact Manufacturer Technical Department.

2. Pull Out
The fastener pulls out of the purlin/rail due to wind suction.

3. Fastener Tensile Failure


The fastener breaks in tension, part way down its length, leaving
part of the thread in the frame. Permissible tensile load on a
5.5mm diameter carbon or stainless steel fastener is 6.0kN. *

2.11

Material
Specifications

Fasteners

Durability and Appearance

In situations where there is industrial or marine pollution, or


internally there are chemical or wet processes (i.e. swimming
pools), the fastener manufacturer should be consulted.

The ultimate life expectancy of the fasteners depends on their


corrosion rate which can be affected by their material specification,
the internal and external environments, and the construction of
the building. However there may be appearance or performance
problems long before ultimate failure occurs. These may be due to
leakage at washers, rust staining, or faded/missing colour caps.

For further information about any of the fasteners please contact


manufacturers technical department.
Note: Other fastener manufacturers products can be used provided
they are of equal specification and performance of those
stated above and with the approval of Kingspan.

Corrosion can occur if there is moisture on the fastener. The rate


of corrosion will depend on the fastener material, its coating, the
materials being fixed, how long the moisture is present, corrosive
elements and the ambient temperature of the environment.

Fastener Selector Guides


To assist designers, Fastener Selector Guides are available
from each fastener manufacturer which clearly identify fastener
references suggested for various building applications and panel
types.

From the above it is clearly difficult to make general predictions


about the life expectancy of fasteners, however a number of
statements can be made:

Building Classifications

1. Coated carbon steel fasteners have performed satisfactorily


on roofs and walls of insulated buildings in urban non-polluted
atmospheres for a period of 10 years, and therefore, depending
upon the conditions, may be used where warranties up to a
maximum of 10 years are required.

The following Building Classifications are used in each Fastener


Selector Guide:
1. Standard Environment
For normal factory or general use buildings, where the occupants
or processes do not add significant quantities of water vapour to
the air.

2. The life expectancy of an austenitic stainless steel fastener on


the same buildings would be at least 25 years and would be
suitable for warranties exceeding 10 years.

2. High Humidity
For buildings containing large areas of open water, or where
water is used as part of a process, e.g. Swimming pools,
laundries, paper processing etc.

3. Separate snap-on plastic colour caps may come off over time,
but integral colour heads will not. The following table shows
the minimum life expectancy, and maximum warranty period, in
years for fasteners in a number of environments.
Fastener

Urban

Rural

Industrial Marine

Carbon steel
Separate cap

10

10

N/R

N/R

Carbon steel
Integral head

15

15

15

N/R

Austenitic
Stainless steel

25

25

25

25

3. Low temperature
For buildings where the internal temperature is often below the
external temperature (but not less than 4C), e.g. Chill stores, ice
rinks etc.
4. Temperature Controlled
For buildings where the internal temperature or environment has
to be closely controlled, e.g. Laboratories, special manufacturing
processes, etc.

N/R: Not Recommended

5. Hygiene
For buildings where food is processed or a high level of
cleanliness is required, e.g. Food manufacturing/processing,
bakeries, electronic component manufacture,
pharmaceutical/medical etc.

The fastener recommendations for SFS Intec and EJOT and Mage
products have been tabulated and are in the relevant roof and wall
sections. Where carbon steel fasteners are indicated, austenitic
stainless steel could be used instead to provide long term durability.
*) On projects which are supported by a Kingspan product warranty
in excess of 10 years it is a strict requirement that austenitic
stainless steel fasteners from the manufacturers listed below are
specified and used throughout.

2.12

Material
Specifications

Fasteners Sitework
Tools and Installation

Sitework Tools and Installation


Fastener Installation Method

To be sure of optimum performance it is important that purpose


designed tooling is used to install the fasteners correctly.

Sealing insufficiently
compressed

The fasteners and washers are designed to be driven so that the


washer is compressed evenly, thus ensuring a weather tight seal.
The screwgun must be fitted with an adjustable, depth sensitive
nose piece which can be set to disengage the clutch when the
fastener has been installed correctly.

Correct

Sealing compressed
too strongly

Tools Required for Primary Fasteners

Power Tool

Nose Piece & Depth Locater

Drive Bar

Fastener Socket

Tools Required for Secondary Fasteners


The following accessories can also be used with the standard power tool as above

Locking Sleeve
and Collar

Drive Bar
Nose Piece &
Depth Locater

Fastener
Fastener Socket

Battery Operated Rivetting Tool


Lever Tool

Lazy Tongs

2.13

Fastener

Material
Specifications

Fasteners Sitework
Tools and Installation

Installation Instructions

a)

b)

c)

d)

It is essential that the self drilling fasteners are installed using the
approved power screwdriver equipped with the correct accessories
to suit the fastener and application.

Driving Technique
The power screwdriver must be held perpendicular to the surface
of the material being fixed. Apply end load to engage the clutch
and maintain this load while the drilling and tapping operation takes
place. The drive will disengage when the nosepiece makes contact
with the surface of the material being fixed.

Setting Instructions
The depth clutch is adjusted by pulling forward the locking collar
and rotating the nosepiece. Screwing the nosepiece forward
(counter clockwise) will decrease screwing depth, screwing the
nosepiece back (clockwise) will increase screwing depth.

a) Insert fastener into socket


b) Install fastener through panel

Test drive a fastener into a spare piece of material and make final
adjustments to the setting as required.

c) Adjust depth stop to ensure the correct compression of the


washer. (This only needs to be done on the first fastener to
achieve the correct setting)

Always use good site practice when installing self drilling fasteners
wear safety goggles.

d) Correct washer compression Correct Installation for Primary and


Secondary Fasteners

Bosch screwgun with depth locator. Code TE1

2.14

Material
Specifications

Sealants & Fillers

Introduction
Sealants are fundamental part of roof and wall cladding
specification and installation. They make an important contribution
to satisfactory weathering, building physics and durability
performance of the cladding envelope. It is therefore vital to specify
the correct external and internal sealants and fillers at the desing
stage.

Sealants
Sealants used with Kingspan Insulated Panels can be supplied by
different suppliers in following basic physical forms:

Preformed foam tapes


PE tapes:
Main use
OO

dust seal, windbreak, noise, heat transfer, interruption of


electrical cell;

Application
OO

the surface must be dry, without dust, grease and impurities;

OO

application temperature from +5 to +50C, the same is true for


surface temperature of materials;

OO

temperature resistance from 30 to +85C.

Limitations
OO

limited resistance against UV radiation, not good recovery it is


not recommended for contraction joints.

PVC tapes:
Main use
OO dust seal, windbreak, damp, noise, vibrations, heat transfer; it
has excellent recovery and resistence against UV radiation. It can
be also used as water packing when compressed by 30%.

Limitations
OO

Application
OO

the surface must be dry, without dust, grease and impurities;

OO

application temperature from +10 to +45C, the same is true for


surface temperature of materials;

OO

temperature resistance 30 to +70C.

PU tape:
Main use
OO dust seal, windbreak, damp, direct rain, noise, vibrations,
heat transfer; flamability class B1 it has excellent recovery and
compression 50%.

Limitations
OO

Application

it is not compatible with polycarbonate.

PU tape expanding, pre-compressed:


Main use
OO dust seal, windbreak, damp, noise, vibrations, heat transfer; it
has excellent recovery and resistance against UVradiation. It can
be used for contraction joints.
Application
OO

the surface must be dry, without dust, grease and mechanical


impurities. The tape is supplied in rolls in pre-compressed
condition, after application (unrolling) it will fill the joint (in free
condition it will expand up to five times the compressed volume)

OO

application temperature with no restriction, the same is true for


surface temperature of materials;

OO

temperature resistance 30 to +90C.

at lower temperatures expansion is slower and the tape should


be moistened with water, e.g. with a spray-gun

OO

the surface must be dry, without dust, grease and mechanical


impurities. The tape is supplied in rolls or spools in two variants
self adhesive and non-adhesive.

OO

application temperature from 30 to +50C, the same is true for


surface temperature of materials;

OO

temperature resistance 40 to +100C constant, to +120C


short term
To optimise sealing performance and minimase water vapour
transmission rates all the tapes have to be compressed at
least by 30%.

2.15

Material
Specifications

Sealants & Fillers

Preformed mastic tapes

Limitations

Butyl tape:
Main use
OO sticking and steam tight packing of sheets, plates, and the like.

OO

at temperature below +5C a reduced level of overall reaction


should be expected.

OO

the surface must be dry, without dust, grease and impurities;


Apply the tape and press it properly

OO

application temperature from +5 to +40C.

Neutral Silicon sealant


Main use
OO sealing of glass and metal windows and conecting joints, for the
sealing of joits on parapets, panelling ang glass building blocks,
resistence to UV radiation. (foodsafe)

OO

temperature resistance 40 to +110C.

Application

Application

Limitations
OO

it is not resistant against UV radiation, not so good application


at lower and extremely high temperatures, worse resistance
to repeated mechanical stress. The tape is not allowed to be
heated with flame or air warmer than 90C during application or
it could be degraded irreversibly!

application temperature from +5 to +40C, the same is true for


surface temperature of materials;

OO

temperature resistance from 40 to +150C;

application temperature from +5 to +40C, the same is true for


surface temperature of materials;

OO

temperature resistance from 40 to +150C;


at temperature below +5C a reduced level of overall reaction
should be expected.

Adhesive and Sealing Compound (WRTHK+D,


Soudaflex40FC)
Main use
OO indoor and outdoors, wood and metal construction,the building
industry

Application
the surface must be dry, free of dust and all dirt.

OO

OO

Acetoxy Silicon sealant


Main use
OO superior quality in sealing window and door external seals,
resistence to UVradiation.

OO

the surface must be dry, free of dust and all dirt.

Limitations

Gun Grade Sealants

OO

OO

2.16

Material
Specifications

Sealants & Fillers

Application
wide adhesive range especially on surfaces such as bare sheet
metal, primer and painted, aluminium, special steel, ABS, glassfibre, reinforced plastic, PIRRIM, soft PIR, hard PIR, hard PVC,
wood, glass.

OO

OO

storage temperature from +5 to +25C sealant curing 2 to


3mm/24h, not more than 15mm deep from the side of air
humidity impact.

Limitations
OO

it is not resistant against UVradiation and should not be used for


steam tight applications.

OO

application temperature from +5 to +35C

OO

temperature resistance from 40 to +90C

Sealant Application

OO

storage temperature from +10 to +25C

During application of any sealing material a detailed Manufacturers


installation instructions must be followed to provide maximum
weathering performance of joint detail.

Limitations
OO

not suitable for polythene, polypropylene, silicone, PFTE, and


softened plastic.

Tape Sealants:

Canister PU foams

On side and end laps the location of sealant tape is as indicated.


On shallow roof pitches a double line of sealant should be used or
alternatively a U section sealant can be supplied.

Main use
OO packing against water, noise, thermal insulation, entry packing,
seating of door and window casings.

All tapes are applied from the roll leaving the backing paper in place
to avoid stretching the tape. The paper is removed after the tape is
in position. It is important that the tape is fitted properly down the
valley sides and across the troughs without stretching.

Application
OO

the surface must be without dust and mechanical impurities; the


base should be moistened to improve adhesiveness.

OO

when joints greater than 5cm are filled, PUfoam should be


applied in more layers.

OO

to secure maximum efficiency the foam must be moistened


again after application;

OO

application temperature from +5 to +25C, Winter PU foam from


10 to +25C.

OO

recommended temperature of the dose is approximately 15C;

OO

temperature resistance from 40 to +90C

If this procedure is not followed a good seal is unlikely to be made.


When placing the panels care should be taken to avoid displacing
the tape. When fixing the sheets, fasteners must not be over
tightened as this could force the sealant out of the joint. In buildings
where the internal air has a high humidity or low temperature, e.g.
swimming pools or chill stores, the liner side of the panel joint must
also be sealed to form a vapour barrier.

2.17

Material
Specifications

Sealants & Fillers

Profile Fillers

When it is not possible to make a butt joint, a backing tape or gap


filling foam should first be inserted into the joint, and the sealant
is then applied so that it has an adequate bond area on both
sides of the joint. Generally this should be at least 6mm, but in
some instances it may have to be varied to accommodate surface
profiles etc.

Where any flashing, such as at a ridge or hip are fixed to profiled


roofing or cladding panels a series of gaps are created. To prevent
wind, rain and wildlife entering the construction these gaps need to
be closed with profile fillers.
Fillers can be cut to fit any combinations of profiles including angled
profiles at hips, valleys and gable ends.

All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and free from dust, dirt, grease
and water to enable the sealant to adhere to them.

Profile fillers are normally supplied slightly oversized and are held in
place by light compression between the sheets. They can also be
supplied with preformed mastic tape applied to either or both faces
to seal and fix the filler in place.

The surfaces should preferably be reasonably warm and never


below 4C.

Gun-Grade Sealants:

Scalloped Metal Flashings

These sealants are normally used to seal around windows and


doors, gutters joints, etc.

Scalloped metal flashings are available from Kingspan to protect


weather exposed surfaces of profiled fillers from damage by birds
and to enhance the appearance of the ridge construction detail.

When sealing window and door frames to the cladding it is best


to arrange a butt joint, so that the sealant only bonds to the frame
and the cladding. This allows the maximum amount of movement
in the sealant.
For sealant application see construction drawings in the
Insulated Roof and Wall sections.

Typical Ridge Filler

Ridge Scalloped Flashing

2.18

OO Roof

System KS1000RW 3.1.1

OO Roof

System KS1000FF 3.2.5

OO Roof

System KS1000RT  3.3.9

OO Roof

System X-dek 3.4.13

Insulated Roof Systems

Roof System
KS1000RW

Product Data

Application
The KS1000RW is a trapezoidal formed roof system with
astandard fastening method (through fixed), which is suitable for all
building applications, with a roof slope:
OO

More than 4 (7%) for roofs with one panel in the slope direction;

OO

More than 8 (14%) for roofs with end lapping (two or more
panels in slope direction).

The KS1000RW panel can also be used for wall cladding.

Dimensions & Weight


1,000 mm cover width
333.3 mm

333.3 mm

27 mm

333.3 mm

30.5 mm

30.5 mm

30.5 mm

58 mm

1.3

Internal Facing Profiles

22

22

Q (minibox)

d core thickness [mm] *


Weight [kg/m ]
2

sheet 0.5/0.4 mm

25

40

60

80

100

120

160

9.34

9.94

10.74

11.54

12.34

13.14

14.74

* 50mm and 70mm just after consulting

Product Tolerances
Parameter

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l < 6m

4mm

6m l < 12m

6mm

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(Z10.49536, Z10.4609) building, technical, thermal, static, fire,
acoustic. In case you require further information, please contact
Kingspan Technical department.

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

3.1.1

Roof System
KS1000RW

Product Data

Panel End Lap Cut Back

2. Spectrum

If the project requires panels to be connected in the direction of


the roof slope, the panels must have an overlap. Depending on
the overlap length, the insulating core at the panel end under the
overlap must be removed during mounting. For these situations,

Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss


finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.
Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical
damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.
Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and
100% recyclable.
More coatings on request.

Internal Coating Options


panel type right

panel type left

1. Polyester
Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

we can deliver panels with cut backs already made. These panels
are normally delivered with a cut back up to 300mm, but other
cutback lengths are possible. All RWpanels have a cut back of
20mm conditional of manufacturing.

2. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

Steel
Galvanic protection options
OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.


Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific
basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.50mm.

Insulation Core

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Astandard insulation core or FireSafe IPNclosedcell foam is


available.
It is made to a non-deleterious specification with Zero Ozone
Depletion Potential ODP and is CFC/HCFC free.

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
25m.

Seals
Factory Applied Side Joint Tape
All KS1000RW panel side joints have factory applied anticondensation seals fitted into the groove to seal automatically the
joint between panels.

3.1.2

Roof System
KS1000RW

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 (0.0210)* [W/mK]

25

0.745

40

0.505

60

0.334

Guarantees & Warranties

80

0.254

100

0.206

Kingspan will provide external coating and product guarantees


onaproject by project basis.

120

0.172

U [W/m2K]

160

Packing

0.131

Standard packing road transportation

U Thermal transmittance W/m K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK
*0.0210 for bigger thicknesses
2

KS1000RW 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.

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
Panels with FIREsafe IPN core are classified as Bs1,d0 according
EN135011.The panels do not propagate fire spread.
Panel Thickness
[mm]

Maximum palette weight is 3,500kg.

Fire resistance according EN135012


Roof application

25/60
40/75

N/A

60/95

40

60

80

100

120

160

Number ofpanels
inpackage

24

18

14

10

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

100/135
REI30 *

Site Installation

160/195

Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

* REI30 with application of an additional sealant tape in the joint

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

25

Delivery

80/115
120/155

Panel core
thickness [mm]

single figure weighted sound reduction


Rw [dB]

25
40
60

24

80
100
120
160

25
26

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1000RW insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels.

3.1.3

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied)

36~

42

75

12.3

22 3 22

1
5 10
11

27

58

56
33

30.5

3.1.4
75
95
115
135
155
195

40
60
80
100
120
160

Note:
External sheet thickness of 0.5mm to 0.9mm
Internal sheet thickness of 0.4mm to 0.9mm

60

25

16.1

Internal liner sheet

Overall Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

65

Insulation Core (d)


[mm]

16.1

Overall width

30.5

1.3

1,125

1,107

1,097

1,088

1,079

1,069

1,067

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

External weather sheet

Available Panel Thicknesses

50.5

30.5

35
1.3

27

1
5 10
11

30.5

PVC sealing tape (factory applied)

333.3

Module 1,000 mm
333.3

10

333.3
30.5

Roof System
KS1000RW
Panel Dimensions

20

75

Roof System
KS1000FF

Product Data

Application
KS1000FF is a trapezoidal formed roof system with a standard
fastening method (through fixed) and a mineral fibre insulation core,
which is applicable for all building applications, where the roof
slope is:
OO

More than 5 (8.5%) for roofs with one panel in the slope
direction;

OO

More than 8 (14%) for roofs with end lapping (two or more
panels in slope direction).

The KS1000FF panel with high fire performance can also be used
for wall claddings.

Dimensions & Weight


1,000 mm cover width
250 mm

250 mm

250 mm

250 mm

D
d

Internal Facing Profiles


1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

d core thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.5 mm

22

Q (minibox)

60

80

100

120

150

175

200

17.84

20.44

23.04

25.64

29.54

32.79

36.04

Product Tolerances
Parameter

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l < 6m

4mm

6m l < 12m

6mm

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(Z10.49537) building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic.
In case you require further information, please contact Kingspan
Technical department.

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

3.2.5

Roof System
KS1000FF

Product Data

Panel End Lap Cut Back*

2. Spectrum

If the project requires panels to be connected in the direction of


the roof slope, the panels must have an overlap. Depending on
the overlap length, the insulating core at the panel end under the
overlap must be removed during mounting. For these situations,
we can deliver panels with cut backs already made. These panels
are normally delivered with a cut back up to 250mm, but other
cutback lengths are possible (see below). Cut backs for all types of
panels (roof, wall, IPN, mineral wool) can be ordered.

Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss


finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.
Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical
damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.
Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and
100% recyclable.

The minimum length of a panel on which a cut back can normally


be made is 2,700mm. Cut backs on shorter length panels are
possible by special arrangement.

More coatings on request.

Internal Coating Options


1. Polyester
Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

2. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

Cut Back

*F
 or more information about kind and length of cutback contact
your local sales rep.

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.

Steel

Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific


basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Galvanic protection options


OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

Insulation Core
Mineral fiber of a high specific weight, suitable for applications that
require fire resistance of more than 45minutes.

Seals

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.50mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

KS1000FF has afactory applied anticondensation tape in the


overlapping crown.

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
25m.

3.2.6

Roof System
KS1000FF

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

HCFC free l = 0.044 [W/mK]

60

0.673

80

0.516

100

0.418

Guarantees & Warranties

120

0.351

150

0.283

Kingspan will provide external coating and product guarantees


onaproject by project basis.

175

0.246

U [W/m2K]

200

Packing

0.214

Standard packing road transportation

U Thermal transmittance W/m K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK
2

KS1000FF 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.

Biological
Kingspan insulated sandwich panels are immune to attack from
mould, fungi, mildew and vermin. The mineral wool is hydrophobic.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
The system is classified as A2s1,d0 according EN135011.
Panel Thickness
[mm]

Fire resistance according EN135012

Maximum palette weight is 2,500kg.

Roof application

60/94
80/114

REI90

100/134
120/154
150/184

80

100

120

150

175

200

Number of panels
in package

14

10

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

200/234

Site Installation

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

60

Delivery

REI120

175/209

Panel core
thickness [mm]

Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

single figure weighted sound reduction


Rw [dB]

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

60
80
100
120

32

150
175
200

33

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1000FF insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

3.2.7

10

25

20

14

25

64.9
21.2

70

33

34

66

66
22

Internal liner sheet

External weather sheet

34
24

998

Overall width

Module 1,000 mm

0.8

250

34
d

250

250

14

250

22

94
114
134
154
184
209
234

60
80
100
120
150
175
200

Overall Panel
Thickness (D)
[mm]

Insulation
Core (d)
[mm]

1,080

Overall Panel
Width
[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

PVC sealing tape (factory applied) or butyl sealing tape (site applied)

1.3

3.2.8
34
5

15
51

Roof System
KS1000FF
Panel Dimensions

55.
5

Roof System
KS1000RT

Product Data

Application
The KS1000RT Roof Tile system is suitable for building
applications with roof slopes of 21% (12) and above.

Dimensions & Weight

1,000 mm cover width


200 mm
40 mm
D
d

d Panel Thickness [mm] *


Weight [kg/m ]

0.5/0.4 steel

45

60

80

100

160

10.7

11.3

12.2

12.6

15.0

*A
 ll technical information in this manual is related to panel thickness 100 and 160mm. Please contact your local Kingspan Technical
department for technical information about panel thickness 45, 60 and 80mm.

Product Tolerances

Available Lengths

Parameter

Tolerance

Cut to Length

0.05%+0.1%

Liner Sheet Length

0.1%+0.1%

Cover Width

0mm +3mm

Panel thickness

2mm

Panel width

3mm

End Square

+3mm

Kingspan Roof Tile is manufactured cut to length in a continuous


manufacturing process. Standard lengths are available between 2.1
and 9.9 metres.
Consideration must be given to lifting and handling methods,
especially where steeper roof pitches are contemplated. Panel
length is defined as the overall length of the outer sheet including
the end overlap.

Certification Reference
Please contact local Kingspan Technical department.

3.3.9

Roof System
KS1000RT

Product Data

Panel End Lap Cut Back

Panel Lengths

Cut-back on RTpanels is 150mm.

No. of Tiles
(Tile Length 325mm)

Panel Length
[mm]

2,100

2,425

2,750

3,075

10

3,400

11

3,725

12

4,050

13

4,375

14

4,700

15

5,025

16

5,350

17

5,675

18

6,000

19

6,325

20

6,650

21

6,975

22

7,300

Panel size to suit the projects needs can be choosen from the
length table as below.

23

7,625

24

7,950

When using Kingspan Roof Tile Panels consideration must be


taken when ordering the required length of panel. Use the table
to select the panel length nearest to that required. Variance in the
panel length is taken up under the ridge flashing. When detailing
the ridge junction the designer must ensure that the chosen panel
length is long enough to provide a sound practical junction detail. In
practical terms a shortfall of length no greater than 40mm from the
ridge line will ensure good insulation continuity of the infill insulation.
Where this is not the case the next panel size up must be chosen
and the surplus length cut to suit the site dimension.

25

8,275

26

8,600

27

8,925

28

9,250

29

9,575

30

9,900

Cut back

= 150 m

Tile Pitch
Kingspan Roof Tile is manufactured with standard end laps and
pitch length. Manufactured panel length is therefore a multiple
of the pitch. The pitch length of the Roof Tile is 325mm with
astandard eaves overhang of 150mm.
In circumstances where the panel length is greater than the roof
pitch the panels are site cut at the apex and the junction covered
by the ridge flashing.

Kingspan Technical Services can provide advice on this and all


aspects of the design and installation of Kingspan Roof Tile.

Panel length
100

325

50

150

3.3.10

Roof System
KS1000RT

Product Data

Materials Steel

Building Regulations &Standards

Substrate

Kingspan insulated roof and wall systems conform to the following


Building Regulations and standards.

OO

Fe220G hot-dip zinc coated steel according to EN10147:1992.

OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.5mm, standard internal


stucco embossed sheet thickness 0.4mm.

Quality &Durability

OO

High performance polymer, 35micron thick. Colour Terracotta


or Anthracite.

Kingspan Insulated Panels are manufactured from the highest


quality materials, using state of the art production equipment to
rigorous quality control standards, complying with ISO9001:2000
standard, ensuring long term reliability and service life.

OO

Reverse side of sheet coated with a light grey polyester coating.

Guarantees & Warranties

Coatings External Weather Sheet

Kingspan will provide external coating and product warranties and


guarantees on an individual project basis.

Coatings Internal Liner Sheet


OO

Lining Enamel: 15micron thick coating developed for use for


the internal lining of insulated panels. Standard colour is white
(RAL9002) with an easily cleaned surface.

Delivery
All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to
project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

Insulation Core
Polyisocyanurate (PIR/IPN): with zero ozone depletion (Zero
ODP). Available in LPCB certified product range, please contact
Kingspan.

Site Installation Procedure


Site assembly instructions are available from the Kingspan.

Seals
Factory Applied Side Lap Tape
All side laps have a factory applied anticondensation tape.

Performance
Thermal Insulation
Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 [W/mK]

45

0.450

60

0.320

80

0.250

100

0.226

160

0.141

U [W/m2K]

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Biological
Kingspan panels are normally immune to attack from mould,
fungi, mildew and vermin. No urea formaldehyde is used in the
construction, and the panels are not considered deleterious.

Acoustics
All KS1000RT panels have a single figure weighted sound
reduction Rw=24dB.

3.3.11

anti-condensation tape

3.3.12
120
140
200

60
80
100
160

Note:
Above dimensions are theoretical, actual dimensions will
vary due to manufacturing tolerances.
Exactly precise dimensions must always be measured from
actual samples.

85
100

45

Total Thickness (D)


[mm]

Panel Thickness (d)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

40 mm

1,000 mm cover width


200 mm

Roof System
KS1000RT
Panel Dimensions

Roof System
X-dek

Product Data

Application
Xdek panels are insulated membrane covered roof panels
suitable for flat roofs for all building applications except where there
are low temperature internal conditions. The KS1000Xdek panel
secures the base for final waterproof covering of the roof installed
by others.
OO

Xdek panels are insulated roof panels suitable for flat roofs roof
slope >1%

OO

Xdek is the longspan composite roofing panel, which


provides the necessary structural strength and stiffness and
the required level of thermal insulation. An outer membrane is
applied on site as a waterproof barrier.

OO

The KS1000XD panels are suitable for Green Roof solutions

OO

The XD panels can be used as standard panel and as a part of


steel structure structural panel (restraining for the rafters)

Dimensions & Weight

d
D

335 mm

333 mm

332 mm

1,000 mm
D = d + 108 mm

d
[mm]

steel thickness
[mm]

80
100

Weight
[kg/m2]
XD

XB

XG

XM

0.9

19.95

14.80

14.80

15.80

0.9

20.75

15.65

15.65

16.67

Product Tolerances

Available Lengths

Parameter

Tolerance

Cut to Length

5mm

Width

2mm

Thickness

2mm

End Square

3mm

Flatness

2mm

Standard lengths 2.5 to 13.5 meters. 13.515 metres maximum


can be supplied but are subject to a transport surcharge.

3.4.13

Roof System
X-dek

Product Data

External Skin

Xdek is manufactured with CUTBACK on bottom trapezoidal steel.


The standard cutback is 50mm, the maximum available cutback
amounts to 630mm.

OO

XDHot-dipped zinc coated steel according to


EN10326:2004. Grade S280GD+Z275 thickness
0.7mm galvanised steel with a 5microns clear film
conversion layer for bonding to. Available profiles on top
sheet: MiniBox or Flat

OO

XBBitumen impregnated glass fibre membrane (TR20) suitable


for multi layer torch on systems,

OO

XGGlass tissue facing (TR27) suitable for mechanically fixed or


fully adhered single ply PVC or EPDM membrane

OO

XMWaterproof flexible PVC membrane with internal woven


reinforcing and laminated with a nonwoven polyester
fleece on back side, ready for hot air welding
Nominal thickness:
1.2mm
Total width:
1,060mm
Polyester fleece width:
950mm

Panel Length

Cutback 50 mm standard, max. 630 mm

Xdek panels are offered with different types of top finish. The
different top (external) facings create a wide range of opportunities
for application of different types of roofing waterproof membranes,
and different load conditions. Depending on the certain type of top
finish the panels are marked with different codes:

Insulation Core

1. KS1000XD Xdek panels finished with steel skin to provide


maximum load bearing capacity. The thickness of external
steel facing is providing sufficient base for mechanically fixed
waterproof membranes.

The rigid closed cell insulation core is available in the following


specification:
Isophenic rigid foam IPN (HCFC Free), available in non certified
product range, subject to special enquiry. Available nominal
thickness of the core 80mm and 100mm.

2. KS1000XD TR20 (XB) Xdek panels finished with bitumen


impregnated glass fibre membrane which is dedicated especially
for multi layer torch-on bitumen systems.

Seals

3. KS1000XD TR27 (XG) Xdek panels finished with glass


tissue facing which allows to apply any waterproof roofing either
by mechanical fastening or by bonding to.

Factory Applied Side Joint Seal

4. KS1000XD PVC (XM) Xdek panels finished with PVC


roofing membrane with side lap. This product DO NOT require
further covering by roofing membrane. Factory applier PVC
membrane is ready for hot-air welding at side laps after
installation of panels and provides final protection against water.

Performance

All side joints have a factory applied anticondensation tape made


of standard PEside foam.

Thermal Insulation
Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.022 [W/mK]


U [W/m2K]

80/Option I

0.23

Steel

80/Option II

0.24

Internal skin:

100/Option I

0.19

100/Option II

0.20

OO

Hot-dipped zinc coated steel according to EN10326:2004.


Grade S350GD+Z275 coated with Polyester 15microns
RAL9002 standard thickness 0.9mm, on special request
available 1.1mm;

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Biological
Kingspan panels are normally immune to attack from mould,
fungi, mildew and vermin, no urea formaldehyde is used in the
construction, and the panels are not considered deleterious.

3.4.14

Roof System
X-dek

Product Data

Fire

Delivery

Kingspan Xdek roof panels has been tested according to


EN1365 as load bearing roof element. Xdek is classified as
Bs2,d0. The ratings achieved are presented in the table below:

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

Site Installation Procedure

Fire Rating

Max. bending
moment*
[kNm]

KS1000 XB 80

REI15

6.621

Construction Requirements

KS1000 XG 100

REI20

7.725

KS1000 XD 100

REI30

7.725

KS1000 XM 80

REI30**

6.581

KS1000 XM 100

REI30

8.350

In general the supporting structure for Xdek panels must be


made and assembled to an accuracy defined in EN1090-2:2008
(Execution of steel structures and aluminium structures. Technical
requirements for the execution of steel structures). Despite of the
fact that the above standard refers to steel structures, Kingspan
demands to use the appropriate values of allowable tolerances, for
the other types of supporting elements as well (ie. concrete and
timber structures).

Panel Type

Site assembly instructions are available from the Kingspan


Technical Design Bureau.

*T
 he value of maximum bending moment relates only to moment
generated ONLY by snow load.
**The rating covers additionally the suspended load of 14kg/m2
attached to the bottom trapezoidal deck

For installation of KS1000XD panel (option steelsteel)


the supporting structure must be made and assembled to
an accuracy of L/600 between bearing planes of adjacent
supports, whereL is the distance between neighbouring
supports.

Acoustics
Kingspan Xdek panels have acoustic parameters as below:
Parameters according to ENISO7171:1999
Type of panel
XDTR20 (XB),
XDPVC (XM)

RW
[dB]

RA1
[dB]

RA2
[dB]

23

22

20

XDTR27 (XG)

24

23

21

XD (steel)

26

25

22

For the KS1000 XD (steel-steel option) applications, where the


expected accuracy of erection of the supporting structure may
exceed the Kingspan requirements, it is recommended to specify
either single-span elements or panels with MiniBox(I) external
profilation.

Sound absorption factor: w = 0.1

Xdek FMApproved

Quality &Durability

The KS1000 Xdek PVC (XM) option and KS1000XD withy bonded
PVC membrane are the FMApproved solutions for roofs.

Kingspan Insulated panels are manufactured from the highest


quality materials, using state of the art production equipment to
rigorous quality control standards, complying with ISO9001:2008
standard, ensuring long term reliability and service life.

The FM Approval is valid for both approved options of Xdek panel


only with the Sika SGK 1.5mm PVC membrane.

Guarantees & Warranties


Kingspan will provide external coating and product warranties and
guaranties on an individual project basis.

Packing
Standard Packing
Kingspan Xdek panels are stacked horizontally (with facing
sheets alternately up and down). Removable hot melt adhesive is
laid between each panel. The entire pack is wrapped in polythene.
The number of panels in each pack are as shown in the table.
Typical pack height is 1,100mm
Panel core thickness [mm]

80

100

Number of panels in package (max.)

3.4.15

42

50

3.4.16

335

61

50

9951

1,0182

1,052

1,000

333

38

188
208

80

Overall Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

100

Insulation Core (d)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

38

171

108

KS1000 XD 100/KS1000 XD 80

332

38

Roof System
X-dek
Panel Dimensions

3.4.17
9982

1,060

KS1000 XM 100/KS1000 XM 80

9982

KS1000 XB 100/KS1000 XB 80
KS1000 XG 100/KS1000 XG 80

60

Top finish PVC membrane factory applied fully bonded to the IPN insulation core

Roof System
X-dek
Panel Dimensions

Insulated Wall & Facade Systems

OO Wall

System KS1000AWP  4.1.1

OO Wall

System KSAWPflex 4.2.5

OO Wall

System KS1150TF  4.3.9

OO Wall

System KS1150TL  4.4.13

OO Wall

System KS1150FR 4.5.17

OO Wall

System KS1000FH 4.6.21

OO Acoustic

System KS1000RW  4.8.29

OO Wall

Panel KS1150FA 4.7.25

Wall System
KS1000AWP

Product Data

Application
KS1000AWP is a concealed fixed wall system which can be
laid vertically or horizontally and is suitable for wall cladding on
all buildings except where there are low internal temperature
conditions (below 0C).

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles
B (box)

E (euro)
0.8

20

42

14
6

50

14
6

1.3

50

W (wave)

A (makro)

50

50

N (minimicro)

L (tramline)

Q (minibox)
22

3
0.55

12.5

24.5

16

22

1.3

8.3

1.3

M (micro)

S (segment)
24.5

299

25

16

299
1.5

1.5

0.8

F (flat)
contact sales rep

1,000 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles


1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

22

F (flat)

Q (minibox)

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.4 mm

50

60

70

80

100

120

150

170

10.77

11.17

11.74

11.97

12.77

13.57

14.77

15.57

4.1.1

Wall System
KS1000AWP

Product Data

Product Tolerances

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

All materials intended for production of composite panels are in


compliance with national regulations and standards. Dimensional
tolerances of Kingspan insulated panels correspond to EN14509
annexD.
Parameter

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.

Tolerance

Further coatings on request.

l < 6m

4mm

Internal Coating Options

6m l < 12m

6mm

1. Thin Coating DU

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Panel Length (l)

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

2. Standard Polyester PES

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for


exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

3. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

Certification Reference

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.

Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals


(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic).

Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific


basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Steel

Insulation Core
A standard insulation core of a FireSafe IPN closed-cell foam is
used.

Galvanic protection options


OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.
2

It is made to a non-deleterious specification with Zero Ozone


Depletion Potential ODP and is CFC/HCFC free.

Seals

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Factory Applied Side Joint Tape


All KS1000AWP panel side joints have factory applied anticondensation seals fitted into the groove to automatically seal the
joint between panels.

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
25m.

2. Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

4.1.2

Wall System
KS1000AWP

Product Data

Performance

Building Regulations

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

Kingspan KS1000AWP insulated sandwich panels apply to the


european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 [W/mK]

50

0.446

60

0.376

Quality

70

0.326

80

0.285

100

0.226

120

0.187

150

0.151

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

170

0.133

U [W/m2K]

Guarantees & Warranties

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Kingspan will provide external coating and product guarantees


onaproject related basis.

Biological

Packing

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 nondeleterious.

Standard packing road transportation


KS1000AWP panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The
top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped with protection film.

Fire
KS1000AWP insulated sandwich panels have been tested and
approved and comply with National Building Regulations and
standards. Panels with FIREsafe IPN core are classified as B-s1,d0
according EN135011.
Fire resistance according EN135012

Panel
Thickness
[mm]

Vertical

Horizontal

50

EW15(io)

EW15(io)

60
70

External walls

80
100
120
150

The number of panels in each bundle depends on the panel


thickness and length. The table below is shown as aguide.
Quantities are reduced for exceptionally long panels. Typical palette
height is 1,100mm.
Maximum palette weight is 3,500kg.

Internal walls
Vertical

Horizontal

Panel core
thickness [mm]

50

60

70

80 100 120 150 170

Number ofpanels
inpackage

22

18

15

13

11

Delivery

EW15(io) EW15(io)
EI15ef(io) EI15ef(io)

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

170

Site Installation
Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

single figure weighted sound


reduction Rw [dB]

50 ,60 ,70, 80

25

100, 120, 150, 170

26

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

4.1.3

15

17

21

22

44

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied)

Internal liner sheet

External weather sheet

17

10

44

Module 1,000 mm

Overall width

10
20

4.1.4
10
14

170

150

120

100

80

70

60

50

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

1,040

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Wall System
KS1000AWP
Panel Dimensions

Wall System
KSAWPflex

Product Data

Application
AWPflex is an architectural faade element with Kingspans
highperformance insulation core IPN (PIR foam).
On account of its flexible widths of 600, 750 & 900mm, the
element offers a multiplicity of options to make the faade both
inimitable and aesthetically sophisticated.
The combination of different widths allows for a distinctive joint
pattern. Windows, doors & gates can be optimally integrated.
The interplay of different colours gives an outstanding look to the
faade for a unique brand recognition.

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles
N (minimicro)

M (micro)
1,000 mm cover width

0.55

8.3

0.8

20

900 mm cover width

750 mm cover width

600 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles


1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.4 mm

22

Q (minibox)

60

80

100

120

150

11.17

11.97

12.77

13.57

14.77

4.2.5

Wall System
KSAWPflex

Product Data

Product Tolerances

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

All materials intended for production of composite panels are in


compliance with national regulations and standards. Dimensional
tolerances of Kingspan insulated panels correspond to EN14509
annexD.
Parameter

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.

Tolerance

Further coatings on request.

l 3m

5mm

Internal Coating Options

l > 3m

10mm

1. Thin Coating DU

Panel width

2mm

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Panel Length (l)

Panel thickness (d)


d100mm

2mm

d>100mm

2%

Squarness of the cut end

0.6% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

2. Standard Polyester PES


Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

Available Lengths

3. Foodsafe

The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels


shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

The surface of this 150m 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.

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic).

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.

Steel

Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific


basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Galvanic protection options


OO

Insulation Core

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

A standard insulation core of a FireSafe IPN closed-cell foam is


used.
It is made to a non-deleterious specification with Zero Ozone
Depletion Potential ODP and is CFC/HCFC free.

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Seals
Factory Applied Side Joint Tape
All KSAWPflex panel side joints have factory applied
anticondensation seals fitted into the groove to automatically seal
the joint between panels.

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
25m.

2. Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

4.2.6

Wall System
KSAWPflex

Product Data

Performance

Guarantees & Warranties

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

Kingspan will provide external coating and product guarantees


onaproject related basis.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 [W/mK]

60

0.376

80

0.285

100

0.226

120

0.187

150

0.151

Packing

U [W/m2K]

Standard packing road transportation


KSAWPflex panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The
top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped with protection film.
The number of panels in each bundle depends on the panel
thickness and length. The table below is shown as aguide.
Quantities are reduced for exceptionally long panels. Typical palette
height is 1,100mm.

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

Maximum palette weight is 3,000kg.

Number ofpanels inpackage


Cover Width [mm)

Fire
KSAWPflex insulated sandwich panels have been tested and
approved and comply with National Building Regulations and
standards. Panels with FIREsafe IPN core are classified as B-s1,d0
according EN135011.
Panel Thickness
[mm]
60

120

900

750

600

60

19

15

12

80

14

12

100

11

120

150

Fire resistance according EN135012


External walls

Internal walls

EI0(oi)
EW15(io)

80
100

Panel core thickness [mm]

EI15ef(oi)
EW15(io)

Delivery
All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to
project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

N/A

Site Installation

150

Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.


Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors
ifrequested.

Acoustics
KSAWPflex panels have a single figure weighted sound reduction
Rw of 25dB.

Building Regulations
Kingspan KSAWPflex insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

Quality
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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

4.2.7

15

17

21

22

44

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied)

Internal liner sheet

External weather sheet

17

10

44

Module 900, 750 or 600 mm

Overall width

10
20

4.2.8
10
14

150

120

100

80

60

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

940, 790 or 640

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Wall System
KSAWPflex
Panel Dimensions

Wall System
KS1150TF

Product Data

Application
The KS1150TF is a through fixed wall system which can be laid
vertically or horizontally and is suitable for wall claddings on all
types of buildings.

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles
B (box)

E (euro)
0.8

20

50

14
6
50

1.3

42

14
6

1.3

M (micro)

Q (minibox)

W (wave)
50

22

1.3

22

1,150 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles


1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.4 mm

22

Q (minibox)

40

50

60

70

80

100

120

150

170

200

10.09

10.49

10.89

11.55

11.69

12.49

13.29

13.74

14.44

15.49

4.3.9

Wall System
KS1150TF

Product Data

Product Tolerances

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

All materials intended for production of composite panels are in


compliance with national regulations and standards. Dimensional
tolerances of Kingspan insulated panels correspond to EN14509
annexD.
Parameter

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.

Tolerance

Further coatings on request.

l < 6m

4mm

Internal Coating Options

6m l < 12m

6mm

1. Thin Coating DU

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Panel Length (l)

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

2. Standard Polyester PES

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for


exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

3. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

Certification Reference

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.

Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals


(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic).

Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific


basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Steel

Insulation Core
A standard insulation core or FireSafe IPN closed-cell foam is used.

Galvanic protection options


OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.
2

It is made to a non-deleterious specification with Zero Ozone


Depletion Potential ODP and is CFC/HCFC free.

Seals
Factory Applied Side Joint Tape

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

All KS1150TF panel side joints have factory applied anticondensation seals fitted into the groove to automatically seal the
joint between panels.

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
25m.

2. Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

4.3.10

Wall System
KS1150TF

Product Data

Performance

Building Regulations

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

Kingspan KS1150TF insulated sandwich panels apply to the


european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 [W/mK]

40

0.595

50

0.447

Quality

60

0.370

70

0.321

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 ISO9001:2008
standards, ensuring long term reliability and service life.

U [W/m2K]

80

0.277

100

0.222

120

0.185

150

0.149

170

0.131

200

0.112

Guarantees & Warranties


Kingspan will provide external coating, product guaranties
onanindiviual project basis.

Packing

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Standard packing road transportation


KS1150TF panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The
top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped in plastic.

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
Panels with FIREsafe IPN core are classified as Bs1,d0 according
EN135011.
Panel Thickness
[mm]
40
50
60
70
80

External walls

Internal walls

N/A

N/A

EI15-ef(oi)
EW15(io)
EI15-ef(oi)
EW30-ef(oi)
EW15(io)

150
170

Panel core
thickness
[mm]

40

50

60

70

80 100 120 150 170 200

Number
ofpanels
inpackage

27

22

18

15

13

11

Delivery
All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to
project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

EI15

100
120

Maximum palette weight is 4,200kg.

Fire resistance according EN135012

EI20ef(oi)/
EW15(io)

Site Installation
Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

200

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

single figure weighted sound


reduction Rw [dB]

40

24

50 ,60 ,70, 80

25

100, 120

26

150, 170, 200

27

4.3.11

4.3.12

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied TF)

7 5

21

17

Internal liner sheet


Overall width

External weather sheet

Module 1,150 mm

20

16

200

170

150

120

100

80

70

60

50

40

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

1,171

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

Wall System
KS1150TF
Panel Dimensions

5 9

Wall System
KS1150TL

Product Data

Application
KS1150TL is a through fixed wall system which can be laid
vertically or horizontally. Further information about the application in
cold stores can be found in the section about climatised buildings.

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles

42

14
6

50

14
6

1.3

50

1.3

0.8

20

B (box)

E (euro)

M (micro)

Q (minibox)

W (wave)
50

22

1.3

22

1,150 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles


1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

22

Q (minibox)

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.4 mm

100

120

150

170

180

200

12.49

13.29

14.19

14.95

15.33

16.09

4.4.13

Wall System
KS1150TL

Product Data

Product Tolerances

2. Spectrum

All materials intended for production of composite panels are in


compliance with national regulations and standards. Dimensional
tolerances of Kingspan insulated panels correspond to EN14509
annexD.

Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss


finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

Parameter

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l 3m

5mm

l > 3m

10mm

Panel width

2mm

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.

Panel thickness (d)

Further coatings on request.

d100mm

2mm

d>100mm

2%

Internal Coating Options

0.6% of the panel


width

1. Thin Coating DU

Squarness of the cut end

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Panel Bow
Length

2mm/m but not


more than 10mm

Widths with flat profiles h10mm

8.5mm/m

Width with other profiles h>10mm

10mm/m

2. Standard Polyester PES


Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

Available Lengths

3. Foodsafe

The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels


shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

The surface of this 150m 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.

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic).

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.

Steel

Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific


basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Galvanic protection options


OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

Insulation Core
A standard insulation core or FireSafe IPN closed-cell foam is used.
It is made to a non-deleterious specification with Zero Ozone
Depletion Potential ODP and is CFC/HCFC free.

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

Seals

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

Factory Applied Side Joint Tape

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

All KS1150TL panel side joints have factory applied anticondensation seals fitted into the groove to automatically seal the
joint between panels.

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
25m.

4.4.14

Wall System
KS1150TL

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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 ISO9001:2008
standards, ensuring long term reliability and service life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 [W/mK]

100

0.22

120

0.19

Guarantees & Warranties

150

0.15

170

0.13

Kingspan will provide external coating, product guaranties


onanindiviual project basis.

180

0.12

U [W/m2K]

200

Packing

0.11

Standard packing road transportation

U Thermal transmittance W/m K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK
2

KS1150TL panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The


top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped in plastic.

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
Panels with FIREsafe IPN core are classified as Bs1,d0 according
EN135011.
Panel Thickness
[mm]

Maximum palette weight is 3,000kg.

Fire resistance according EN135012


External walls

Internal walls

100

Panel core
thickness [mm]

100

120

150

170

180

200

Number ofpanels
inpackage

11

120
150
170

Delivery

EI30

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

180
200

Site Installation

Acoustics

Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

KS1150TL panels have a single figure weighted sound reduction


Rw of 26dB.

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1150TL insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

4.4.15

30

22

21.5

Internal liner sheet

External weather sheet

18

20.5

Overall width

Module 1,150 mm

6
30

4.4.16
9

200

180

170

150

120

100

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

1,171

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

Wall System
KS1150TL
Panel Dimensions

Wall System
KS1150FR

Product Data

Application
The KS1150FR is a throughfixed wall system which can be laid
vertically or horizontally and is suitable for wall cladding on all
types of buildings except where there are internal low temperature
conditions (below 0C).

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles
B (box)

E (euro)
0.8

20

42

14
6

50

50

1.3

Q (minibox)
3

F (flat)

S (segment)

22

299

16

299

1.3

22

14
6
1.3

M (micro)

1,150 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles

1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

22

F (flat)

Q (minibox)

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.5 mm

60

80

100

120

150

175

200

16.85

19.25

20.66

22.86

26.16

28.91

31.66

4.5.17

Wall System
KS1150FR

Product Data

Product Tolerances
Parameter

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l < 6m

4mm

6m l < 12m

6mm

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.
Further coatings on request.

Internal Coating Options

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

1. Thin Coating DU

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

2. Standard Polyester PES


Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 10m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

3. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic). In case you
require further information, please contact Kingspan Technical
department.

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.


Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific
basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Steel
Galvanic protection options
OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

Insulation Core
Mineral fiber of a high density (100kg/m3) suitable for use in
application, where higher fire resistance is required.

Seals

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.50mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Factory Applied Side Joint Tape


All KS1150FR panel side joints have factory applied
anticondensation seals fitted into the groove to automatically seal
the joint between panels.

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
25m.

2. Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

4.5.18

Wall System
KS1150FR

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

HCFC Free l = 0.044 [W/mK]

60

0.675

80

0.520

100

0.422

Guarantees & Warranties

120

0.354

150

0.287

Kingspan will provide external coating, product guaranties


onanindividual project basis.

175

0.250

U [W/m2K]

200

Packing

0.218

Standard packing road transportation

U Thermal transmittance W/m K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK
2

KS1150FR panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The


top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped in plastic.

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
KS1150FR insulated sandwich panels have been tested and
approved and comply with National Building Regulations and
standards. The system is classified as A2s1,d0 according
EN135011.
Panel
Thickness
[mm]
60

Fire resistance according EN135012


External walls
Vertical
EW30(io)
EI30(io)

80

Horizontal

Horizontal

120

EW120(io) EW120(io) EW120(io) EW120(io)


EI90(io)
EI90(io)
EI90(io)
EI90(io)

80

100

120

150

175

200

Number ofpanels
inpackage

18

13

11

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

Site Installation
Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.
Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors
ifrequested.

EW180(io) EW120(io) EW180(io) EW120(io)


EI180(io) EI120(io) EI180(io) EI120(io)

200

60

Delivery

EW30(io) EW30(io) EW30(io)


EI30(io)
EI30(io)
EI30(io)

EW90(io) EW120(io) EW90(io) EW120(io)


EI90(io)
EI60(io)
EI90(io)
EI60(io)

175

Panel core
thickness [mm]

Internal walls
Vertical

100

150

Maximum palette weight is 3,500kg.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

single figure weighted sound


reduction Rw [dB]

60, 80

31

100, 120, 150, 175, 200

32

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1150FR insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

4.5.19

4.5.20

6 5

21

17

Internal liner sheet

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied)

External weather sheet

21

16

Overall width

Module 1,150 mm

200

175

150

120

100

80

60

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

1,171

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Wall System
KS1150FR
Panel Dimensions

5 9

Wall System
KS1000FH

Product Data

Application
The KS1000FH is a concealed fixed wall system which can be
laid vertically or horizontally and is suitable for wall claddings on all
types of buildings except where there are low internal temperature
conditions (below 0C).

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles
B (box)

E (euro)
0.8

20

42

14
6

50

50

1.3

Q (minibox)
3

F (flat)

S (segment)

22

299

16

299
1.5

1.3

22

14
6
1.3

M (micro)

1,000 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles

1.3

1.3

50
6
14

6
14

22

B (box)

22

F (flat)

Q (minibox)

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.6/0.5 mm

60

80

100

120

150

175

200

17.27

19.67

21.08

23.28

26.58

29.33

32.08

4.6.21

Wall System
KS1000FH

Product Data

Product Tolerances
Parameter

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l < 6m

4mm

6m l < 12m

6mm

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.
Further coatings on request.

Internal Coating Options

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

1. Thin Coating DU

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

2. Standard Polyester PES


Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

3. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic). In case you
require further information, please contact Kingspan Technical
department.

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.


Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific
basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Steel
Galvanic protection options
OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

Insulation Core
Mineral fiber of a high density (100kg/m3) suitable for use in
application, where higher fire resistance is required.

Seals

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.50mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Factory Applied Side Joint Tape


All KS1150FR panels are delivered without sealing tape. A sealing
tape can be applied by the factory.

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
25m.

2. Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

4.6.22

Wall System
KS1000FH

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

HCFC Free l = 0.044 [W/mK]

60

0.70

80

0.53

100

0.42

Guarantees & Warranties

120

0.36

150

0.29

Kingspan will provide external coating, product guarantees


onanindividual project basis.

200

0.22

U [W/m2K]

Packing

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Standard packing road transportation


KS1000FH panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The
top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped in plastic.

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
The KS1000FH wall system is classified as A2s1,d0 according
EN135011.

Maximum palette weight is 3,600kg.

Fire resistance according EN135012

Panel
Thickness
[mm]

External walls

60
80

Vertical

Horizontal

Internal walls
Vertical

Horizontal

100

Panel core
thickness [mm]

60

80

100

120

150

175

200

Number ofpanels
inpackage

18

13

11

Delivery

120

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

EW60(io)
EW60(io)
EI120ef(io) EI120ef(io) EW60(io) EW60(io)
EI60(io) EI60(io)

150
175

Site Installation

200

Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

single figure weighted sound


reduction Rw [dB]

60, 80

31

100, 120, 150, 175,


200

32

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1000FH insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

4.6.23

7.3

5.5

2.5

21.5

15

42

10 4

Internal liner sheet

External weather sheet

20.5

54

36

Module 1,000 mm

Overall width

4.6.24
5.5

200

175

150

120

100

80

60

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

1,058

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Wall System
KS1000FH
Panel Dimensions

Acoustic Panel
KS1150FA

Product Data

Application
The acoustic element with a width of 1,150mm is used as a
dividing wall. Because of its perforated cover on the internal site the
sound level in buildings can be reduced significantly.

Dimensions & Weight


External Facing Profiles
B (box)

Q (minibox)
14
6

F (flat)

22

1.3

50

22
1.3

14
6

1,150 mm cover width

Internal Facing Profiles


Perforation

Panel Thickness [mm]


Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.5/0.5 mm

60

80

100

120

150

15.80

18.20

20.60

22.90

26.50

4.7.25

Acoustic Panel
KS1150FA

Product Data

Product Tolerances

2. Spectrum

All materials intended for production of composite panels are in


compliance with national regulations and standards. Dimensional
tolerances of Kingspan insulated panels correspond to EN14509
annexD.

Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss


finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.

Parameter

Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical


damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l < 3m

+2mm 4mm

3m l < 8m

+3mm 8mm

Panel width

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.

2mm

Panel thickness (d)


d100mm

2mm

d>100mm

Further coatings on request.

2%

Internal Coating Options

Squarness of the cut end

0.6% of the panel width

1. Thin Coating DU

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard


colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

Available Lengths

2. Standard Polyester PES

The standard panel length is between 2 and 6 meters. Panels


shorter than 2m and longer than 10m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for


exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

Certification Reference

3. Foodsafe

Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals


(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic). In case you
require further information, please contact Kingspan Technical
department.

Steel

The surface of this 150m 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.

Galvanic protection options

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.

OO

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific


basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Insulation Core
Mineral fiber of a high density (110kg/m3) suitable for use in
application, where higher fire resistance is required.

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.60mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.50mm.

Seals

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Factory Applied Side Joint Tape

External Coating Options

All KS1150FA panels do not have sealing tapes. However they can
be applied by the factory.

1. Standard Polyester PES


Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

4.7.26

Acoustic Panel
KS1150FA

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

HCFC Free l = 0.044 [W/mK]

60

0.700

80

0.530

100

0.430

Guarantees & Warranties

120

0.370

150

0.300

Kingspan will provide external coating, product guaranties


onanindividual project basis.

U [W/m2K]

U Thermal transmittance W/m2K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK

Packing
Standard packing road transportation

Biological

KS1150FA panels are stacked weather side to internal side. The


top, bottom, sides and ends are protected with foam and timber
packing and the entire palette is wrapped in plastic.

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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
KS1150FA insulated sandwich panels have been tested and
approved and comply with National Building Regulations and
standards. The system is classified as Cs2,d0 according
EN135011.
Panel Thickness
[mm]

Maximum palette weight is 1,800kg.

Fire resistance according EN135012


External walls

Internal walls

60
80

El 60

60

80

100

120

150

Number ofpanels inpackage

18

14

11

Delivery
All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to
project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

100
120

Panel core thickness [mm]

El 60

150

Site Installation
Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

single figure weighted sound


reduction Rw [dB]

60, 80

31

100, 120, 150

34

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1150FA insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

4.7.27

4.7.28

6 5

21

17

Internal liner sheet

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied)

External weather sheet

21

16

Overall width

Module 1,150 mm

150

120

100

80

60

Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

Available Panel Thicknesses

1,170

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

Acoustic Panel
KS1150FA
Panel Dimensions

5 9

Wall System
KS1000RW

Product Data

Application
The KS1000RW wall system uses a standard fastening method
(through fixed). It is applicable for all building applications and
especially in those projects, where there is a requirement for amore
profiled surface appearance.
The KS1000RW wall system can also be used for roof cladding.

Dimensions & Weight


1,000 mm cover width
333.3 mm

333.3 mm

27 mm

333.3 mm

30.5 mm

30.5 mm

30.5 mm

58 mm

1.3

Internal Facing Profiles

22

22

Q (minibox)
d core thickness [mm]

25

40

60

80

100

120

160

D overall dimension [mm]

60

75

95

115

135

155

195

9.34

9.94

10.74

11.54

12.34

13.14

14.74

Weight [kg/m2]

sheet 0.5/0.4 mm

* 50mm and 70mm just after consulting

Product Tolerances
Parameter

Available Lengths
The standard panel length is between 2 and 13.5 meters. Panels
shorter than 2m and longer than 13.5m are available on request.
Please contact your Kingspan sales partner.

Tolerance

Panel Length (l)


l < 6m

4mm

6m l < 12m

6mm

l 12m

8mm

Panel width

3mm

Certification Reference
Kingspan possesses a wide range of insulated panel approvals
(building, technical, thermal, static, fire, acoustic). In case you
require further information, please contact Kingspan Technical
department.

Panel thickness (d)


d50mm

2mm

50mm<d<100mm

+3mm 2mm

d100mm

3mm

Squarness of the cut end

0.5% of the panel width

Panel bow

(1 + 2)/210mm

4.8.29

Wall System
KS1000RW

Product Data

Panel End Lap Cut Back

Furthermore it is free of clorine, phtalates and plasticizers and


100% recyclable.

If the project requires panels to be connected in the direction of


the roof slope, the panels must have an overlap. Depending on
the overlap length, the insulating core at the panel end under the
overlap must be removed during mounting. For these situations,

Further coatings on request.

Internal Coating Options


1. Thin Coating DU
Polyester coating with a nominal thickness of 15m. The standard
colour is grey white, (similar RAL9002).

2. Standard Polyester PES


Polyester is a universal, economic coating system suitable for
exterior and interior applications. The nominal coating thickness is
25m.

3. Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m 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.

we can deliver panels with cut backs already made. These panels
are normally delivered with a cut back up to 250mm, but other
cutback lengths are possible (see section KS1000RW roof
system). All RW panels have a cut back of 20mm conditional of
manufacturing.

Other coating systems are available by discussion with Kingspan.


Plain and coloured aluminium is available on a project specific
basis. Contact Kingspan Technical Services.

Steel

Insulation Core

Galvanic protection options


OO

A standard insulation core or FireSafe IPN closed-cell foam is used.

Hot-dip zinc coated steel with a total of 275g/m2 of zinc,


according to EN10147:2000. This can be finished with
anumber of coatings Polyester, Spectrum, PVDF and
Foodsafe finishes.

It is made to a non-deleterious specification with Zero Ozone


Depletion Potential ODP and is CFC/HCFC free.

Seals

Substrate thicknesses
OO

Standard external sheet thickness 0.50mm.

OO

Standard internal sheet thickness 0.40mm.

OO

Other thicknesses are available by arrangement with Kingspan.

Factory Applied Side Joint Tape


All KS1000RW panel side joints have factory applied anticondensation seal fitted into the groove to automatically seal the
joint between panels.

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
25m.

2. Spectrum
Kingspan Spectrum is a 50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss
finish with a slight granular effect. It offers an outstanding durabilityand weather resistance performance, excellent corrosion and
UVresistance as well as high color &gloss retention characterstics.
Its superior flexibility enables high resistance against mechanical
damages. Kingspan Spectrum is available in a wide range of solid
and metallic colours.

4.8.30

Wall System
KS1000RW

Product Data

Performance

Quality

Thermal Insulation according to ENISO102112

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
ISO9001:2008 standards, ensuring long term reliability and service
life.

Panel Thickness
[mm]

IPN l = 0.0224 [W/mK]

25

0.745

40

0.505

60

0.334

Guarantees & Warranties

80

0.254

100

0.206

Kingspan will provide external coating and product guarantees


onaproject by project basis.

120

0.172

U [W/m2K]

160

Packing

0.131

Standard packing road transportation

U Thermal transmittance W/m K


l Long-term Thermal conductivity W/mK
2

KS1000RW 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.

Biological
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 nondeleterious.

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
1,100mm.

Fire
Panels with FIREsafe IPN core are classified as Bs1,d0 according
EN135011. The panels do not propagate fire spread.
Panel Thickness
[mm]

Maximum palette weight is 3,500kg.

Fire resistance according EN135012


External walls

25/60

Internal walls

N/A

40/75

Panel core
thickness [mm]

25

40

60

80

100

120

160

Number ofpanels
inpackage

24

18

14

10

60/95
80/115
100/135
120/155

Delivery

N/A

E30(io), EI20(io),
EW20(io)

All deliveries (unless indicated otherwise) are by road transport to


project site. Off loading is the responsibility of the client.

160/195

Site Installation
Site assembly instructions are available from Kingspan.

Acoustics
Panel Thickness
[mm]

single figure weighted sound reduction


Rw [dB]

25, 40, 60, 80,


100

24

100, 120

25

160

26

Kingspan will arrange training of the site fitters and supervisors


ifrequested.

Building Regulations
Kingspan KS1000RW insulated sandwich panels apply to the
european standard EN14509: Selfsupporting double skin metal
faced insulating panels and conform to additional National Building
Regulations and standards.

4.8.31

Anti-condensation tape
(factory applied)

36~

42

75

12.3

22 3 22

1
5 10
11

27

58

56
33

30.5

4.8.32
75
95
115
135
155
195

40
60
80
100
120
160

Note:
External sheet thickness of 0.5mm to 0.9mm
Internal sheet thickness of 0.4mm to 0.9mm

60

25

16.1

Internal liner sheet

Overall Panel Thickness (D)


[mm]

65

Insulation Core (d)


[mm]

16.1

Overall width

30.5

1.3

1,125

1,107

1,097

1,088

1,079

1,069

1,067

Overall Panel Width


[mm]

External weather sheet

Available Panel Thicknesses

50.5

30.5

35
1.3

27

1
5 10
11

30.5

PVC sealing tape (factory applied)

333.3

Module 1,000 mm
333.3

10

333.3
30.5

Wall System
KS1000RW
Panel Dimensions

20

75

Fastener Selection Guide

OO EJOT 5.1.2
OO Reisser  5.2.16

intec 5.3.30

OO SFS

Fastener Selection
Guide

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

Roof

EJOT

Type of Panel:

RW
Code Numbers

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

25

JT2-D-6H-5.562 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.567 E16

JZ2 6.350 V16 1)

JZ3 6.350 E16 1)

40

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16

JZ2 6.364 V16 

JZ3 6.364 E16 1)

50

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16 

JZ3 6.380 E16 1)

60

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16

JZ2 6.390 V16 1)

JZ3 6.390 E16 1)

70

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16 1)

JZ3 6.3100 E16 1)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16 1)

JZ3 6.3115 E16 1)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 

JZ3 6.3125 E16 1)

120

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5167 E16

JZ2 6.3150 V16 

JZ3 6.3150 E16 1)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners
1)
1)

1)
1)

25

JT2-D-12-5.565 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.575 E16

JZ2 6.350 V16

JZ3 6.350 E16

40

JT2-D-12H-5.580 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16

JZ2 6.364 V16

JZ3 6.364 E16

50

JT2-D-12H-5.595 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16

JZ3 6.380 E16

60

JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16

JZ2 6.390 V16

JZ3 6.390 E16

70

JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16

JZ3 6.3100 E16

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16

JZ3 6.3115 E16

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16

JZ3 6.3125 E16

120

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5175 E16

JZ2 6.3150 V16

JZ3 6.3150 E16

25

FBS-R-6.360 V16 3)

40

FBS-R-6.380 V16 3)

50

FBS-R-6.3100 V16 3)

60

FBS-R-6.3100 V16 3)

70

3)

BS-R-6.3120 V16 

80

BS-R-6.3120 V16 3)

100

BS-R-6.3140 V16 3)

120

BS-R-6.3160 V16 3)

Self-Tapping Fasteners

Self-Drilling Fasteners

TIMBER

Valley

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Screw Set Anchor

CONCRETE

Fixing position:

Self-Tapping Fasteners

25

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.580 E16

JA2 6.590 V16

JA3 6.590 E16

40

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JA2 6.5100 V16

JA3 6.5100 E16

50

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JA2 6.5125 V16

JA3 6.5100 E16

60

JT3-2-6.5140 E16

JA2 6.5125 V16

JA3 6.5115 E16

70

JT3-2-6.5140 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5125 E16

80

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5150 E16

100

JT3-2-6.5180 E16

JA2 6.5175 V16

JA3 6.5175 E16

120

JT3-2-6.5200 E16

JA2 6.5175 V16

JA3 6.5175 E16

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
clamping thickness of panels RW, GRP40, HTL for the screw = D+5mm
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

5.1.2

Fastener Selection
Guide

EJOT

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RW
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Ridge/Eaves*

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.3

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

Roof

EJOT

Type of Panel:

RW, GRP40, HTL


Code Numbers

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

25

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16 1) 3)

JZ3 6.380 E16 1) 3)

40

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16 

JZ3 6.3100 E16 1) 3)

50

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16

1) 3)

JZ2 6.3100 V16 

JZ3 6.3100 E16 1) 3)

60

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 1) 3)

JZ3 6.3115 E16 1) 3)

70

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 1) 3)

JZ3 6.3125 E16 1) 3)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E16

JZ2 6.3150 V16 1) 3)

JZ3 6.3135 E16 1) 3)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5172 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5167 E16

JZ2 6.3150 V16 

JZ3 6.3150 E16 1) 3)

120

JT2-D-6H-5.5192 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5197 E16

JZ2 6.3175 V16 

JZ3 6.3175 E16 1) 3)

25

JT2-D-12H-5.595 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16 

JZ3 6.380 E16 2)

40

JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16 

JZ3 6.3100 E16 2)

50

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16

2)

JZ2 6.3100 V16 

JZ3 6.3100 E16 2)

60

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 2)

JZ3 6.3115 E16 2)

70

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 2)

JZ3 6.3125 E16 2)

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E16

JZ2 6.3150 V16 2)

JZ3 6.3135 E16 2)

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5175 E16

JZ2 6.3150 V16 

JZ3 6.3150 E16 2)

120

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5195 E16

JZ2 6.3175 V16 

JZ3 6.3175 E16 2)

25

FBS-R-6.360 V16

40

FBS-R-6.380 V16

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners
1) 3)

1) 3)
1) 3)
2)
2)

2)
2)

Self-Tapping Fasteners

50

FBS-R-6.3100 V16

60

FBS-R-6.3100 V16

70

FBS-R-6.3120 V16

80

FBS-R-6.3120 V16

100

FBS-R-6.3140 V16

120

FBS-R-6.3160 V16

25

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JA2 6.590 V16

JA3 6.590 E16

40

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.5140 E16

JA2 6.5100 V16

JA3 6.5100 E16

50

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JA2 6.5125 V16

JA3 6.5100 E16

Self-Drilling Fasteners

TIMBER

Crown

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Screw Set Anchor

CONCRETE

Fixing position:

Self-Tapping Fasteners

60

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JA2 6.5125 V16

JA3 6.5115 E16

70

JT3-2-6.5180 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5125 E16

80

JT3-2-6.5180 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5150 E16

100

JT3-2-6.5200 E16

JA2 6.5175 V16

JA3 6.5175 E16

120

JA2 6.5175 V16

JA3 6.5175 E16

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
2) The screw will be completed with the calotte 3225 (dia. of the washer has to be 16mm)
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
for panel RW/GRP40 and RW/HTL has to be use calotte 3225 (dia. of the washer has to be 16mm)
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

5.1.4

Fastener Selection
Guide

EJOT

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RW
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves*

KS1000 RW/GRP40*

KS1000 RW/HTL

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.5

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

EJOT

Roof

Type of Panel:

XDEK

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Support

Type
ofthepanel

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners
STEEL
Cold Rolled

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

XDEK/Steel

JT2-6-5.525 V16

JT3-6-5.525 E16

JZ2 6.325 V16 1)

JZ3 6.325 E16 1)

(thickness
2.05.0mm)

XDEK/TR

JT2-6-5.525 V16

JT3-6-5.525 E16

JZ2 6.325 V16 1)

JZ3 6.325 E16 1)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

XDEK/Steel

JT2-12-5.535 V16

JT3-12-5.540 E16

JZ2 6.325 V16 1)

JZ3 6.325 E16 1)

XDEK/TR

JT2-12-5.535 V16

JT3-12-5.540 E16

JZ2 6.325 V16 1)

JZ3 6.325 E16 1)

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

Screw Set Anchor


CONCRETE

Self-Tapping Fasteners

XDEK/Steel

SDF-KB 1060 -V 

SDF-KB 1060 -E 

BS-R-6.335 V16 3)

XDEK/TR

SDF-KB 1060 -V 4)

SDF-KB 1060 -E 4)

BS-R-6.335 V16 3)

4)

4)

Self-Drilling Fasteners
TIMBER

Self-Tapping Fasteners

XDEK/Steel

JT2-2-6.550 V16

JT3-2-6.550 E16

JA3 6.525E16

JA3 6.525E16

XDEK/TR

JT2-2-6.550 V16

JT3-2-6.550 E16

JA3 6.525E16

JA3 6.525E16

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
4) Assembling plastic part of the anchor into predrilled hole dia. 10mm
the panel (outer and insulation) must be predrilled
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 XDEK
Steel

TR

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.6

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

EJOT

Type of Panel:

XDEK/steel

Fixing position:

Throught

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

80

JT3-D-6H-5.5237

JZ3 6.3230 1)

(thickness
2.05.0mm)

100

JT3-D-6H-5.5237

JZ3 6.3230 1)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5235

JT3-D-12H-5.5245

JZ3 6.3230

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5250

JT3-D-12H-5.5245

JZ3 6.3230

CONCRETE

80

SDF-S 10U275 -V 6) 7)

BS-R-6.3220 3)

100

SDF-S 10U300 -V 6) 7)

BS-R-6.3240 3)

Screw Set Anchor

Self-Tapping Fasteners

Self-Drilling Fasteners
TIMBER

Self-Tapping Fasteners

80

JA3 6.5260

100

JA3 6.5260

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
6) CONCRETE The washer is applied onto the screw first and after that can be put into plastic part of the anchor
7) Assembling plastic part of the anchor into predrilled hole dia. 10mm
All screws in fixing position THROUGH has to be used in a combination with the washer HTV 82/40F
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
clamping thickness of panels XDEK for the screw = crown D+108mm
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 XDEK
Steel

5.1.7

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

Roof

EJOT

Type of Panel:

RT
Code Numbers

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

45

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16

JZ2 6.364 V16 1)

JZ3 6.364 E16 1)

60

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16

JZ2 6.380 V 16 

JZ3 6.380 E16 1)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16

1)

JZ2 6.3100 V16 

JZ3 6.3100 E16 1)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 1)

JZ3 6.3125 E16 1)

45

JT2-D-12H-5.580 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16

JZ2 6.364 V16

JZ3 6.364 E16

60

JT2-D-12H-5.595 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16

JZ3 6.380 E16

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners
1)

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16

JZ3 6.3100 E16

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16

JZ3 6.3125 E16

45

FBS-R-6.380 V16 3)

60

FBS-R-6.3100 V16 3)

80

BS-R-6.3120 V16 3)

100

BS-R-6.3140 V16 3)

Self-Tapping Fasteners

Self-Drilling Fasteners
TIMBER

Valley

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Screw Set Anchor


CONCRETE

Fixing position:

Self-Tapping Fasteners

45

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.5100 E16

JA2 6.5100 V16

JA3 6.5100 E16

60

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JA2 6.5125 V16

JA3 6.5115 E16

80

JT3-2-6.5140 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5150 E16

100

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5150 E16

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
In all cases EJOT recommends to use washers with 3mm EPDM, i.e. E16/3
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RT
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.8

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

EJOT

Type of Panel:

FF

Fixing position:

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

60

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E22

JZ2-6.380 V22 1)

JZ3-6.380 E22 1)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E22

JZ2-6.3100 V22 

JZ3-6.3100 E22 1)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E22

1)

JZ2-6.3125 V22 

JZ3-6.3125 E22 1)

120

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5167 E22

JZ2-6.3150 V22 1)

JZ3-6.3135 E22 1)

150

JT2-D-6H-5.5172 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5197 E22

JZ2-6.3175 V22 1)

JZ3-6.3175 E22 1)

200

JT3-D-6H-5.5237 E22

JZ3-6.3230 E22 1)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Self-Drilling Fasteners

1)

60

JT2-D-12H-5.595 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E22

JZ2-6.380 V22

JZ3-6.380 E22

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E22

JZ2-6.3100 V22

JZ3-6.3100 E22

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E22

JZ2-6.3125 V22

JZ3-6.3125 E22

120

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5175 E22

JZ2-6.3150 V22

JZ3-6.3135 E22

150

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5195 E22

JZ2-6.3175 V22

JZ3-6.3175 E22

200

JT2-D-12H-5.5250 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5245 E22

JZ3-6.3230 E22

60

BS-R-6.3120 V22 3)

3)

Self-Tapping Fasteners

80

BS-R-6.3120 V22 

100

BS-R-6.3140 V22 3)

120

BS-R-6.3160 V22 3)

150

BS-R-6.3200 V22 3)

200

BS-R-6.3240 V22 3)

Self-Drilling Fasteners
60
TIMBER

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

Screw Set Anchor

CONCRETE

Valley

Self-Tapping Fasteners

JT3-2-6.5120 E22

JA2 6.5125 V22

JA3 6.5115 E22

80

JT3-2-6.5140 E22

JA2 6.5150 V22

JA3 6.5150 E22

100

JT3-2-6.5160 E22

JA2 6.5150 V22

JA3 6.5150 E22

120

JT3-2-6.5180 E22

JA2 6.5175 V22

JA3 6.5175 E22

150

JA2 6.5200 V22

JA3 6.5200 E22

200

JA3 6.5260 E22

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FF
Standard

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load

5.1.9

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

Roof

EJOT

Type of Panel:

FF, GRP40, HTL

Fixing position:

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

60

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16

JZ2-6.3125 V16 1) 2)

JZ3-6.3115 E16 1) 2)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E16

JZ2-6.3150 V16 

JZ3-6.3135 E16 1) 2)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5172 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5167 E16

JZ2-6.3150 V16 

JZ3-6.3150 E16 1) 2)

120

JT2-D-6H-5.5192 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5197 E16

JZ2-6.3175 V16 1) 2)

JZ3-6.3175 E16 1) 2)

150

JT3-D-6H-5.5237 E16

JZ3-6.3200 E16 1) 2)

200

60

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16

JZ2-6.3125 V16 

JZ3-6.3115 E16 2)

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E16

JZ2-6.3150 V16 

JZ3-6.3135 E16 2)

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5175 E16

JZ2-6.3150 V16 

JZ3-6.3150 E16 2)

120

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5195 E16

JZ2-6.3175 V16 

JZ3-6.3175 E16 2)

150

JT2-D-12H-5.5235 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5245 E16

JZ3-6.3200 E16 2)

200

JT2-D-12H-5.5300 V16

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Self-Drilling Fasteners

1) 2)
1) 2)

JZ3-6.3270 E16 1) 2)


2)
2)
2)
2)

JZ3-6.3270 E16 2)


Self-Tapping Fasteners

60

SDF-S 8160 -V + V22 5)

SDF-S 8160 -E + E22 5)

BS-R-6.3140 V22 2) 3)

2) 3)

80

SDF-S 8180 -V + V22 

SDF-S 8180 -E + E22 

BS-R-6.3160 V22 

100

SDF-S 8200 -V + V22 5)

SDF-S 8200 -E + E22 5)

BS-R-6.3180 V22 2) 3)

120

SDF-S 8220 -V + V22 5)

SDF-S 8220 -E + E22 5)

BS-R-6.3200 V22 2) 3)

150

BS-R-6.3220 V22 2) 3)

200

60

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16 2)

JA3 6.5150 E16 2)

80

JT3-2-6.5180 E16

JA2 6.5175 V16 

JA3 6.5175 E16 2)

100

JT3-2-6.5200 E16

JA2 6.5200 V16 

JA3 6.5200 E16 2)

120

JA3 6.5230 E16 2)

150

JA3 6.5260 E16 2)

200

JA3 6.5290 E16 2)

5)

5)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

TIMBER

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

Screw Set Anchor

CONCRETE

Crown

Self-Tapping Fasteners
2)
2)

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
2) The screw will be completed with the calotte 2627 (dia. of the washer has to be 16mm)
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
5) Assembling plastic part of the anchor into predrilled hole dia. 8mm; screw with both washers (the washer and calotte the storm washer) into plastic part of
the anchor
for panel FF/GRP40 and FF/HTL has to be use calotte 2627 (dia. of the washer has to be 16mm)
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

5.1.10

Fastener Selection
Guide

EJOT

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FF
Standard

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load

KS1000 FF/GRP40

KS1000 FF/HTL

5.1.11

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

CONCRETE

TIMBER

Wall, Ceiling
Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200

Type of Panel:

EJOT

TF, TC, TL, RW, FR, FA

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners
JT2-D-6H-5.562 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.567 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5167 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5172 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5197 E16
JT2-D-6H-5.5192 V16
JT3-D-6H-5.5237 E16

JT3-D-6H-5.5237 E16
JT2-D-12-5.565 V16
JT3-D-12H-5.575 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.580 V16
JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.595 V16
JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5175 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5195 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5235 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5245 E16
JT2-D-12H-5.5235 V16 JT3-D-12H-5.5245 E16
Screw Set Anchor
SDF-KB 1080 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 1080 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10100 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10100 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10120 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10120 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10120 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10120 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10140 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10140 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10140 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10140 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10160 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10160 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10180 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10180 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10220 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 10220 -V 4) 8)
SDF-KB 14U260 -V 4) 8) SDF-KB 14U260 -E 4) 8)
SDF-KB 14U280 -V 4) 8) SDF-KB 14U280 -E 4) 8)
Self-Drilling Fasteners
JT2-2-6.590 V16
JT3-2-6.580 E16
JT2-2-6.590 V16
JT3-2-6.5100 E16

JT3-2-6.5100 E16

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JT3-2-6.5140 E16

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JT3-2-6.5180 E16

5.1.12

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners
JZ2 6.350 V16 1)
JZ3 6.350 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.364 V16 
JZ3 6.364 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.380 V16 
JZ3 6.380 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.390 V16 
JZ3 6.390 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.3100 V16 
JZ3 6.3100 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.3100 V16 
JZ3 6.3115 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.3125 V16 
JZ3 6.3125 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.3150 V16 
JZ3 6.3150 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.3175 V16 
JZ3 6.3175 E16 1)
1)
JZ2 6.3200 V16 
JZ3 6.3200 E16 1)

JZ3 6.3230 E16 1)


JZ2 6.350 V16
JZ3 6.350 E16
JZ2 6.364 V16
JZ3 6.364 E16
JZ2 6.380 V16
JZ3 6.380 E16
JZ2 6.390 V16
JZ3 6.390 E16
JZ2 6.3100 V16
JZ3 6.3100 E16
JZ2 6.3100 V16
JZ3 6.3115 E16
JZ2 6.3125 V16
JZ3 6.3125 E16
JZ2 6.3150 V16
JZ3 6.3150 E16
JZ2 6.3175 V16
JZ3 6.3175 E16
JZ2 6.3200 V16
JZ3 6.3200 E16

JZ3 6.3230 E16


Self-Tapping Fasteners
FBS-R-6.360 V16 3)

FBS-R-6.380 V16 3)

FBS-R-6.3100 V16 3)

FBS-R-6.3100 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3120 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3120 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3140 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3160 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3200 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3220 V16 3)

BS-R-6.3240 V16 3)

Self-Tapping Fasteners
JA2 6.590 V16
JA3 6.5 90 E16
JA2 6.5100 V16
JA3 6.5100 E16
JA2 6.5125 V16
JA3 6.5100 E16
JA2 6.5125 V16
JA3 6.5115 E16
JA2 6.5150 V16
JA3 6.5125 E16
JA2 6.5150 V16
JA3 6.5150 E16
JA2 6.5175 V16
JA3 6.5175 E16
JA2 6.5175 V16
JA3 6.5175 E16

JA3 6.5230 E16

JA3 6.5230 E16

JA3 6.5260 E16

Fastener Selection
Guide

EJOT

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
4) Assembling plastic part of the anchor into predrilled hole dia. 10mm
8) the screw set anchor can not be used for panel FR and FA
for FR and FA panel has to be use the screw with sealing washer dia. 22mm
clamping thickness of panel RW for the screw = D+5mm
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1150 TF/TC
High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Standard*

KS1150 TL
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 FR
High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Standard*

KS1000 RW
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 FA
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.13

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall, Ceiling

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

EJOT

Type of Panel:

AWP
Code Numbers

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

50

JT2-6-6.350 V16

JT3-6-5.550 E16

JZ2 6.350 V16 1)

JZ3 6.350 E16 1)

60

JT2-D-6H-5.562 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.567 E16

JZ2 6.364 V16 

JZ3 6.364 E16 1)

70

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16 

JZ3 6.380 E16 1)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners
1)
1)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.587 E16

JZ2 6.390 V16 1)

JZ3 6.390 E16 1)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16 1)

JZ3 6.3100 E16 1)

120

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V16

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16 1)

JZ3 6.3125 E16 1)

50

JT2-12-5.565 V16

JT3-12-5.578 E16

JZ2 6.350 V16

JZ3 6.350 E16

60

JT2-12-5.565 V16

JT3-12-5.578 E16

JZ2 6.364 V16

JZ3 6.364 E16

70

JT2-D-12H-5.580 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16

JZ2 6.380 V16

JZ3 6.380 E16

80

JT2-D-12H-5.595 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.595 E16

JZ2 6.390 V16

JZ3 6.390 E16

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E16

JZ2 6.3100 V16

JZ3 6.3100 E16

120

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V16

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E16

JZ2 6.3125 V16

JZ3 6.3125 E16

50

SDF-KB 1080 -V 4)

SDF-KB 1080 -E 4)

FBS-R-6.360 V16 3)

60

SDF-KB 10100 -V 

SDF-KB 10100 -E 

3)

FBS-R-6.380 V16 

70

SDF-KB 10100 -V 4)

SDF-KB 10100 -E 4)

FBS-R-6.380 V16 3)

80

SDF-KB 10120 -V 4)

SDF-KB 10120 -E 4)

FBS-R-6.3100 V16 3)

100

SDF-KB 10140 -V 4)

SDF-KB 10140 -E 4)

BS-R-6.3120 V16 3)

120

SDF-KB 10160 -V 4)

SDF-KB 10160 -E 4)

BS-R-6.3140 V16 3)

4)

Self-Tapping Fasteners
4)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

TIMBER

Valley

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Screw Set Anchor

CONCRETE

Fixing position:

Self-Tapping Fasteners

50

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.580 E16

JA2 6.590 V16

JA3 6.590 E16

60

JT2-2-6.590 V16

JT3-2-6.5100 E16

JA2 6.590 V16

JA3 6.590 E16

70

JT3-2-6.5100 E16

JA2 6.5100 V16

JA3 6.5100 E16

80

JT3-2-6.5120 E16

JA2 6.5125 V16

JA3 6.5115 E16

100

JT3-2-6.5140 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5150 E16

120

JT3-2-6.5160 E16

JA2 6.5150 V16

JA3 6.5150 E16

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
4) Assembling plastic part of the anchor into predrilled hole dia. 10mm
clamping thickness of panel AWP for the screw = D22mm
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 AWP
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.14

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
2.05.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

EJOT

Wall, Ceiling

Type of Panel:

FH

Fixing position:

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

60

JT2-D-6H-5.582 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.587 E22

JZ26.364 V22 1)

JZ36.364 E22 1)

80

JT2-D-6H-5.5102 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5107 E22

JZ26.390 V22 

JZ36.390 E22 1)

100

JT2-D-6H-5.5122 V22

120
150
200

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Self-Drilling Fasteners

1)

JT3-D-6H-5.5127 E22

1)

JZ26.3125 V22 

JZ36.3115 E22 1)

JT2-D-6H-5.5152 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5147 E22

JZ26.3125 V22 1)

JZ36.3125 E22 1)

JT2-D-6H-5.5172 V22

JT3-D-6H-5.5167 E22

JZ26.3175 V22 1)

JZ36.3175 E22 1)

JT3-D-6H-5.5237 E22

JZ26.3200 V22 1)

JZ36.3200 E22 1)

60

JT2-D-12H-5.580 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.595 E22

JZ26.364 V22

JZ36.364 E22

80

JT2-D-12H-5.5115 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5115 E22

JZ26.390 V22

JZ36.390 E22

100

JT2-D-12H-5.5135 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5135 E22

JZ26.3125 V22

JZ36.3115 E22

120

JT2-D-12H-5.5155 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5155 E22

JZ26.3175 V22

JZ36.3175 E22

150

JT2-D-12H-5.5195 V22

JT3-D-12H-5.5175 E22

JZ26.3175 V22

JZ36.3175 E22

200

JT3-D-12H-5.5245 E22

JZ36.3230 E22

60

SDF-S 8100 -V + V22 7)

SDF-S 8100 -E + E22 7)

FBS-R- 6.380 V22 3)

7)

Self-Tapping Fasteners

80

SDF-S 8120 -V + V22 

SDF-S 8120 -E + E22 

FBS-R- 6.3100 V22 

100

SDF-S 8140 -V + V22 7)

SDF-S 8140 -E + E22 7)

BS-R- 6.3120 V22 3)

120

SDF-S 8160 -V + V22 7)

SDF-S 8160 -E + E22 7)

BS-R- 6.3140 V22 3)

150

SDF-S 8200 -V + V22 7)

SDF-S 8200 -E + E22 7)

BS-R- 6.3180 V22 3)

200

BS-R- 6.3220 V22 3)

7)

3)

Self-Drilling Fasteners
60
TIMBER

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

Screw Set Anchor

CONCRETE

Valley

Self-Tapping Fasteners

JT3-2-6.5100 E22

JA26.5100 V22

JA36.5100 E22

80

JT3-2-6.5120 E22

JA26.5125 V22

JA36.5125 E22

100

JT3-2-6.5140 E22

JA26.5150 V22

JA36.5150 E22

120

JT3-2-6.5160 E22

JA26.5175 V22

JA36.5175 E22

150

JT3-2-6.5180 E22

JA26.5200 V22

JA36.5200 E22

200

JA36.5260 E22

Note:
1) For the steel construction with the thickness under 2mm are determined JA screws of the corresponding lengths and types
3) The screws are usually predrilled with the dia. 5mm; when they are used into concrete of the higher solidity or are applied deeper than min. 30mm it is allowed
to predrill onto dia. 5.5mm
7) Assembling - plastic part of the anchor into predrilled hole dia. 8mm
for FH panel has to be use the screw with sealing washer dia. 22mm
clamping thickness of panel FH for the screw = D14mm
The JZ screws are usually predrilled with dia. According to thickness of structure and information in the catalogue of the producer
for higher strength steel are usually screws JZ7 (CRONIMAKS), not JZ3 and for highly aggressive environments (e.g. Swimming pool) JZ1 (CORREMAKS).
The JA screws are usually predrilled with dia. 4.5mm and minimal length of the screw in the timber is 50mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FH
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.1.15

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE

TIMBER

TIMBER
spanlos

Roof

Reisser

Type of Panel:

RW

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

25

FABA-BZ-6.345 E22

40

RP-K-P-5.578 E19

FABA-BZ-6.364 E22

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

50

RP-K-P-5.592 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E22

60

RP-K-P-5.592 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E22

70

RP-K-P-5.5119 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E22

80

RP-K-P-5.5119 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E22

100

RP-K-P-5.5135 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E22

120

RP-K-P-5.5155 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E22

25

FABA-BZ-6.350 E22

40

RP-K12-P-5.585 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E22

50

RP-K12-P-5.599 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E22

60

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E22

70

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E22

80

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E22

100

RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E22

120

RP-K12-P-5.5185 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E22

25

40

50

60

70

80

100

120

25

RP-r-6.075 E19

FABA-A-6.564 E22

40

RP-r-P-6.092 E19

FABA-A-6.575 E22

50

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.590 E22

60

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.5100 E22

70

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E22

80

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E22

100

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5150 E22

120

RP-r-P-6.0178 E19

FABA-A-6.5175 E22

25

40

RP-TD-P-6.099 E19

50

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

60

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

70

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

80

RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19

100

RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19

120

RP-TD-P-6.0185 E19

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.

5.2.16

Fastener Selection
Guide

Reisser

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RW
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Ridge/Eaves*

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.17

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

TIMBER
spanlos

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Reisser

Type of Panel:

RW, GRP40, HTL

Fixing position:

Crown

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

25

RP-K-P-5.592 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

40

RP-K-P-5.5119 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

50

RP-K-P-5.5119 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

60

RP-K-P-5.5135 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

70

RP-K-P-5.5135 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

80

RP-K-P-5.5155 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

100

RP-K-P-5.5178 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

120

RP-K-P-5.5228 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

25

RP-K12-P-5.599 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

40

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

50

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

60

RP-K12-P-5.5142 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

70

RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

80

RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

100

RP-K12-P-5.5185 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

120

RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

25

40

50

60

70

80

100

120

25

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.590 E16

40

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E16

50

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E16

60

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5130 E16

70

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5150 E16

80

RP-r-P-6.0178 E19

FABA-A-6.5150 E16

100

RP-r-P-6.0178 E19

FABA-A-6.5175 E16

120

RP-r-P-6.0228 E19

FABA-A-6.5200 E16

25

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

40

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

50

RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19

60

RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19

70

RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19

80

RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19

100

RP-TD-P-6.0185 E19

120

RP-TD-P-6.0235 E19

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
Additionally, the use of the storm washer W 24/30 is recommended
clamping thickness of panels RW, GRP40, HTL for the screw = crown D+35mm

5.2.18

Fastener Selection
Guide

Reisser

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RW
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves*

KS1000 RW/GRP40*

KS1000 RW/HTL

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.19

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Reisser

Type of Panel:

XDEK

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Type
ofthepanel

Support

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

XDEK/Steel

R-K-5.525 S16

RP-K-5.525 E16

FABA-BZ-6.319 E16

XDEK/TR

R-K-5.525 S16

RP-K-5.525 E16

FABA-BZ-6.319 E16

XDEK/Steel

R-K12-5.538 S16

RP-K12-5.538 E16

FABA-BZ-6.325 E16

XDEK/TR

R-K12-5.538 S16

RP-K12-5.538 E16

FABA-BZ-6.325 E16

XDEK/Steel

XDEK/TR

XDEK/Steel

RP-r-6.050 E16

FABA-A-6.545 E16

XDEK/TR

RP-r-6.050 E16

FABA-A-6.545 E16

1)

TIMBER

Note:
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
The panel (steel cover sheets and insulation core) is pre-drilled

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 XDEK
Steel

TR

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.20

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

Reisser

Type of Panel:

XDEK/steel

Fixing position:

Throught

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

80

100

80

100

80

100

80

100

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304 *)

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER
Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
In the outside-sided fastener assembly includes a spreader plate is for all connectors to arrange 82/40

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 XDEK
Steel

5.2.21

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

TIMBER
spanlos

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Reisser

Type of Panel:

RT

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

45

RP-K-P-5.578 E19

FABA-BZ-6.364 E22

60

RP-K-P-5.592 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E22

80

RP-K-P-5.5119 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E22

100

RP-K-P-5.5135 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E22

45

RP-K12-P-5.585 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E22

60

RP-K12-P-5.599 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E22

80

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E22

100

RP-K12-P-5.5142 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E22

45

60

80

100

45

RP-r-P-6.092 E19

FABA-A-6.575 E22

60

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.590 E22

80

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E22

100

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5130 E22

45

RP-TD-P-6.099 E19

60

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

80

RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19

100

RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RT
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.22

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

TIMBER
spanlos

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Reisser

Type of Panel:

FF

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

60

RP-K-P-5.592 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E22

80

RP-K-P-5.5119 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E22

100

RP-K-P-5.5135 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E22

120

RP-K-P-5.5155 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E22

150

RP-K-P-5.5178 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E22

200

RP-K-P-5.5228 E19

60

RP-K12-P-5.599 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E22

80

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E22

100

RP-K12-P-5.5142 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E22

120

RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E22

150

RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3200 E22

200

60

80

100

120

150

200

60

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.590 E22

80

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E22

100

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5130 E22

120

RP-r-P-6.0178 E19

FABA-A-6.5150 E22

150

RP-r-P-6.0228 E19

FABA-A-6.5200 E22

200

60

RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19

80

RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19

100

RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19

120

RP-TD-P-6.0185 E19

150

RP-TD-P-6.0235 E19

200

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FF
Standard

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load

5.2.23

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

TIMBER
spanlos

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Reisser

Type of Panel:

FF, GRP40, HTL

Fixing position:

Crown

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

60

RP-K-P-5.5135 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

80

RP-K-P-5.5155 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

100

RP-K-P-5.5178 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

120

RP-K-P-5.5228 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

150

RP-K-P-5.5228 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3200 E16

200

60

RP-K12-P-5.5142 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

80

RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

100

RP-K12-P-5.5185 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

120

RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

150

RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3200 E16

200

60

80

100

120

150

200

60

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5130 E16

80

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5150 E16

100

RP-r-P-6.0178 E19

FABA-A-6.5175 E16
FABA-A-6.5200 E16

120

RP-r-P-6.0228 E19

150

RP-r-P-6.0228 E19

200

60

RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19

80

RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19

100

RP-TD-P-6.0185 E19

120

RP-TD-P-6.0235 E19

150

RP-TD-P-6.0235 E19

200

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
Additionally, the use of the storm washer W 27/25 is recommended
clamping thickness of panels FF, GRP40, HTL for the screw = crown D+34mm

5.2.24

Fastener Selection
Guide

Reisser

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FF
Standard

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load

KS1000 FF/GRP40

KS1000 FF/HTL

5.2.25

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall, Ceiling

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

TIMBER
spanlos

Reisser

Type of Panel:

TF, TC, TL, RW, FR, FA

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200
25
40
50
60
70
80
100
120
150
170
200

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

RP-K-P-5.578 E19
RP-K-P-5.592 E19
RP-K-P-5.592 E19
RP-K-P-5.5119 E19
RP-K-P-5.5119 E19
RP-K-P-5.5135 E19
RP-K-P-5.5155 E19
RP-K-P-5.5228 E19
RP-K-P-5.5228 E19

RP-K12-P-5.585 E19
RP-K12-P-5.599 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5185 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19
RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19

RP-r-6.075 E16
RP-r-P-6.092 E19
RP-r-P-6.0119 E19
RP-r-P-6.0119 E19
RP-r-P-6.0119 E19
RP-r-P-6.0135 E19
RP-r-P-6.0155 E19
RP-r-P-6.0178 E19
RP-r-P-6.0228 E19
RP-r-P-6.0228 E19

RP-TD-P-6.099 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0126 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0142 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0162 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0185 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0235 E19
RP-TD-P-6.0235 E19

5.2.26

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

FABA-BZ-6.345 E16

FABA-BZ-6.364 E16

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3200 E16

FABA-BZ-6.350 E16

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3200 E16

FABA-A-6.564 E16

FABA-A-6.575 E16

FABA-A-6.590 E16

FABA-A-6.5100 E16

FABA-A-6.5115 E16

FABA-A-6.5115 E16

FABA-A-6.5150 E16

FABA-A-6.5175 E16

FABA-A-6.5200 E16

Fastener Selection
Guide

Reisser

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
for FR and FA panel has to be use the screw with sealing washer d.22mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1150 TF/TC
High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Standard*

KS1150 TL
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 FR
High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Standard*

KS1000 RW
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 FA
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.27

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Reisser

Type of Panel:

AWP

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

50

FABA-BZ-6.345 E16

60

RP-K-6.370 E16

FABA-BZ-6.364 E16

70

RP-K-6.370 E16

FABA-BZ-6.364 E16

80

RP-K-6.385 E16

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

100

RP-K-6.3100 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

120

RP-K-6.3130 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

50

FABA-BZ-6.350 E16

60

RP-K12-P-5.576 E19

FABA-BZ-6.364 E16

70

RP-K12-P-5.585 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

80

RP-K12-P-5.599 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

100

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

120

RP-K12-P-5.5142 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

50

60

70

80

100

120

50

RP-r-6.075 E16

FABA-A-6.564 E16

60

RP-r-6.0119 E16

FABA-A-6.575 E16

70

RP-r-6.0119 E16

FABA-A-6.590 E16

80

RP-r-P-6.0119 E19

FABA-A-6.590 E16

100

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5115 E16

120

RP-r-P-6.0155 E19

FABA-A-6.5130 E16

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
clamping thickness of panel AWP for the screw = D22mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 AWP
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.28

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall

Support

STEEL

(thickness
1.54.0mm)

STEEL

(thickness
4.010.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Reisser

Type of Panel:

FH

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Carbon Steel Case
Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners 2)

60

RP-K-6.370 E16

FABA-BZ-6.364 E16

80

RP-K-6.3100 E16

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

100

RP-K-6.3115 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3100 E16

120

RP-K-6.3130 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

150

RP-K-6.3175 E16

FABA-BZ-6.3150 E16

200

RP-K-P-5.5228 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3200 E16

60

RP-K12-P-5.585 E19

FABA-BZ-6.375 E16

80

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.390 E16

100

RP-K12-P-5.5126 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3115 E16

120

RP-K12-P-5.5162 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3130 E16

150

RP-K12-P-5.5185 E19

FABA-BZ-6.3175 E16

200

RP-K12-P-5.5235 E19

60

80

100

120

150

200

60

RP-r-P-6.092 E19

FABA-A-6.590 E16

80

RP-r-P-6.092 E19

FABA-A-6.5100 E16

100

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5130 E16

120

RP-r-P-6.0135 E19

FABA-A-6.5150 E16

150

RP-r-P-6.0178 E19

FABA-A-6.5175 E16

200

RP-r-P-6.0228 E19

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
The element types FH the use of 22mm sealing washers must be provided
clamping thickness of panel FH for the screw = D14mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FH
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.2.29

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
1.54.0mm

1.55.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
4.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

RW

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

25

SD6-A19-5.565
(KL Produkt=50mm)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

SXC5-S19-5.575

40

SDT5-A19-5.567

SXC5-S19-5.575

50

SDT5-A19-5.577

SXC5-S19-5.595

60

SDT5-A19-5.597

SXC5-S19-5.595

70

SDT5-A19-5.5112

SXC5-S19-5.5115

80

SDT5-A19-5.5137

SXC5-S19-5.5115

100

SDT5-A19-5.5137

SXC5-S19-5.5135

120

SDT5-A19-5.5162

SXC5-S19-5.5160

25

SDT14-A19-5.560

SXC14-S19-5.580

40

SDT14-A19-5.574

SXC14-S19-5.580

50

SDT14-A19-5.593

SXC14-S19-5.5100

60

SDT14-A19-5.593

SXC14-S19-5.5100

70

SDT14-A19-5.5113

SXC14-S19-5.5120

80

SDT14-A19-5.5113

SXC14-S19-5.5120

100

SDT14-A19-5.5142

SXC14-S19-5.5140

120

SDT14-A19-5.5160

SXC14-S19-5.5165

25

40

50

60

70

80

100

120

25

SDTW-A19-6.575

SXCW-S19-6.590

40

SXCW-S19-6.5105

50

SXCW-S19-6.5105

60

SXCW-S19-6.5115

70

SDTW-A19-6.5115

SXCW-S19-6.5135

80

SDTW-A19-6.5125

SXCW-S19-6.5135

100

SXCW-S19-6.5155

120

SXCW-S19-6.5185

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
clamping thickness of panel RW for the screw = valley D+5mm
Roof application position valley: = washer dia. 19mm recommended

5.3.30

Fastener Selection
Guide

SFS intec

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RW
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Ridge/Eaves*

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.31

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
1.54.0mm

1.55.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
4.013.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

RW, GRP40, HTL

Fixing position:

Crown

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

25

SDT5-A16-5.597

SXC5-S16-5.595

TDA-S-S16-6.576 2)

40

SDT5-A16-5.597

SXC5-S16-5.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5100 2)

50

SDT5-A16-5.5112

SXC5-S16-5.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5100 2)

60

SDT5-A16-5.5137

SXC5-S16-5.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5115 2)

70

SDT5-A16-5.5137

SXC5-S16-5.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5127 2)

80

SDT5-A16-5.5162

SXC5-S16-5.5160

TDA-S-S16-6.5152 2)

100

SDT5-A16-5.5162

SXC5-S16-5.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5152 2)

120

SDT5-A16-5.5182

SXC5-S16-5.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5178 2)

25

SDT14-A16-5.593

SXC14-A16-5.5100

TDB-S-S16-6.376 2)

40

SDT14-A16-5.5113

SXC14-A16-5.5120

TDB-S-S16-6.3100 2)

50

SDT14-A16-5.5113

SXC14-A16-5.5120

TDB-S-S16-6.3100 2)

60

SDT14-A16-5.5142

SXC14-A16-5.5140

TDB-S-S16-6.3115 2)

70

SDT14-A16-5.5142

SXC14-A16-5.5140

TDB-S-S16-6.3127 2)

80

SDT14-A16-5.5142

SXC14-A16-5.5165

TDB-S-S16-6.3152 2)

100

SDT14-A16-5.5189

SXC14-A16-5.5190

TDB-S-S16-6.3152 2)

120

SDT14-A16-5.5189

SXC14-A16-5.5190

25

40

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

TDB-S-S16-6.3178 2)

2)

TI-T16-6.395 

DT-S-S16-4.8115 3)

TI-T16-6.3105 

DT-S-S16-4.8115 3)

50

2)

TI-T16-6.3115 

DT-S-S16-4.8140 3)

60

TI-T16-6.3135 2)

DT-S-S16-4.8140 3)

70

TI-T16-6.3145 2)

DT-S-S16-4.8140 3)

80

TI-T16-6.3155 

DT-S-S16-6.3152 3)

100

TI-T16-6.3175 

DT-S-S16-6.3178 3)

120

TI-T16-6.3195 

DT-S-S16-6.3203 3)

25

SXCW-S16-6.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5115 2)

40

SDTW-A16-6.5115

SXCW-S16-6.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5127 2)

50

SDTW-A16-6.5125

SXCW-S16-6.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5127 2)

60

SDTW-A16-6.5135

SXCW-S16-6.5155

TDA-S-S16-6.5152 2)

70

SXCW-S16-6.5155

TDA-S-S16-6.5152 2)

80

SXCW-S16-6.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5178 2)

100

SXCW-S16-6.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5178 2)

120

SXCW-S16-6.5205

TDA-S-S16-6.5215 2)

2)

2)
2)
2)

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) If you are using self-tapping fastener caps to be used 3225
3) When using the fasteners of the type spike twister are domes to use 3225
clamping thickness of panels RW, GRP40, HTL for the screw = crown D+35mm
for panel GRP40 and HTL has to be use calotte 3225

5.3.32

Fastener Selection
Guide

SFS intec

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RW
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves*

KS1000 RW/GRP40*

KS1000 RW/HTL

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.33

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

SFS intec

XDEK

Type of Panel:

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers
Type
ofthepanel

Support

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners
STEEL
Cold Rolled

SD5-T15-5.525
min UK: 2.0mm

SX5/8-S16-5.531

TDA-S-S16-6.525

XDEK/TR

SD3-D10-T19/C9-5.5x30

SX5/8-S16-5.531

TDA-S-S16-6.525

XDEK/Steel

SD14-T15-5.532

SX14/12-S16-5.540

TDB-S-S16-6.325

XDEK/TR

SD14-D10-T19/C9-5.5x46

SX14/12-S16-5.540

TDB-S-S16-6.325

XDEK/Steel

TI-T16-6.332

DT-S-S16-4.838

XDEK/TR

TI-T16-6.332

DT-S-S16-4.838

XDEK/Steel

SW3-T-T16-6.550

SXW-S16-6.552

TDA-S-S16-6.545

XDEK/TR

SW3-T-T16-6.550

SXW-S16-6.552

TDA-S-S16-6.545

(thickness
4.013.0mm)

CONCRETE

Self-Tapping Fasteners

XDEK/Steel

(thickness
1.53.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

1)

TIMBER

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 XDEK
Steel

TR

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.34

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Type of Panel:

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

80

(thickness
1.55.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
3.012.0mm)

XDEK/steel

Fixing position:

Throught

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Support

SFS intec

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

SDT5-A19-5.5226 

4)

SXC5-S19-5.5235 

TDB-S-6.3215 4)

100

SXC5-S19-5.5235 4)

TDB-S-6.3265 4)

80

SDT14-A19-5.5236 4)

SXC14-S19-5.5240 4)

TDB-S-6.3215 4)

100

SXC14-S19-5.5240 4)

TDB-S-6.3265 4)

80

TI-6.3235 2)

DT-S-6.3229 8)

100

TI-6.3255 2)

DT-S-6.3229 8)

80

TS-T25-6.0220 2)

100

TS-T25-6.0240 2)

4)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER
Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
clamping thickness of panels XDEK for the screw = crown D+108mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 XDEK
Steel

5.3.35

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

RT

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

45

SDT5-A16-5.577

SXC5-S16-5.575

TDA-S-S16-6.564

60

SDT5-A16-5.597

SXC5-S16-5.595

TDA-S-S16-6.576

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

(thickness
1.53.0mm

1.55.0mm)

80

SDT5-A16-5.5112

SXC5-S16-5.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5100

100

SDT5-A16-5.5137

SXC5-S16-5.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5115

STEEL
Hot Rolled

45

SDT14-A16-5.574

SXC14-S16-5.580

TDB-S-S16-6.364

60

SDT14-A16-5.593

SXC14-S16-5.5100

TDB-S-S16-6.376

(thickness
3.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

80

SDT14-A16-5.5113

SXC14-S16-5.5120

TDB-S-S16-6.3100

100

SDT14-A16-5.5142

SXC14-S16-5.5140

TDB-S-S16-6.3115

45

TI-A16-6.385

DT-S-4.889

60

TI-A16-6.3105

DT-S-4.889

80

TI-A16-6.3115

DT-S-4.8115

100

TI-A16-6.3135

DT-S-4.8140

45

SXCW-S16-6.5105

TDA-S-S16-6.590

60

SXCW-S16-6.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5115

80

SDTW-A16-6.5125

SXCW-S16-6.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5127

100

SDTW-A16-6.5135

SXCW-S16-6.5155

TDA-S-S16-6.5152

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 RT
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.36

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
1.55.0mm

1.54.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

FF

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

60

SDT5-A22-5.597

SXC5-S22-5.595

80

SDT5-A22-5.5112

SXC5-S22-5.5115

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

100

SDT5-A22-5.5137

SXC5-S22-5.5135

120

SDT5-A22-5.5162

SXC5-S22-5.5160

150

SDT5-A22-5.5182

SXC5-S22-5.5185

200

SDT5-A22-5.5226

SXC5-S22-5.5235

60

SDT14-A22-5.593

SXC14-S22-5.5100

80

SDT14-A22-5.5113

SXC14-S22-5.5120

100

SDT14-A22-5.5142

SXC14-S22-5.5140

120

SDT14-A22-5.5160

SXC14-S22-5.5165

150

SDT14-A22-5.5189

SXC14-S22-5.5190

200

SDT14-A22-5.5236

SXC14-S22-5.5240

60

80

100

120

150

200

60

SXCW-S22-6.5115

80

SDTW-A22-6.5115

SXCW-S22-6.5135

100

SDTW-A22-6.5135

SXCW-S22-6.5155

120

SXCW-S22-6.5185

150

SXCW-S22-6.5205

200

SXCW-S22-6.5275

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FF
Standard

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load

5.3.37

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Roof

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled
(thickness
1.53.0mm

1.54.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

FF, GRP40, HTL

Fixing position:

Crown

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

60

SDT5-A22-5.5137

SXC5-S22-5.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5115 2)

80

SDT5-A22-5.5162

SXC5-S22-5.5160

TDA-S-S16-6.5127 2)

100

SDT5-A22-5.5162

SXC5-S22-5.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5152 2)

120

SDT5-A22-5.5182

SXC5-S22-5.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5178 2)

150

SDT5-A22-5.5226

SXC5-S22-5.5235

TDA-S-S16-6.5215 2)

200

SDT5-A22-5.5276

SXC5-S22-5.5270

TDA-S-S16-6.5250 2)

60

SDT14-A22-5.5142

SXC14-S22-5.5140

TDB-S-S16-6.3115 2)

80

SDT14-A22-5.5142

SXC14-S22-5.5165

TDB-S-S16-6.3127 2)

100

SDT14-A22-5.5160

SXC14-S22-5.5190

TDB-S-S16-6.3152 2)

120

SDT14-A22-5.5189

SXC14-S22-5.5190

TDB-S-S16-6.3178 2)

150

SDT14-A22-5.5215

SXC14-S22-5.5240

TDB-S-S16-6.3215 2)

200

SDT14-A22-5.5276

SXC14-S22-5.5275

TDB-S-S16-6.3250 2)

60

TI-T16-6.3135 2)

DT-S-S16-4.8140 2)

80

TI-T16-6.3145 2)

DT-S-S16-6.3152 2)

100

TI-T16-6.3165 

DT-S-S16-6.3178 2)

120

TI-T16-6.3195 

DT-S-S16-6.3203 2)

150

TI-T16-6.3215 

DT-S-S16-6.3229 2)

200

TI-T16-6.3275 

60

SDTW-A22-6.5135

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

2)
2)
2)

DT-S-S16-6.3279 2)

2)

SXCW-S22-6.5155

2)

TDA-T-T16-6.5152 

TDA-S-S16-6.5152 2)

80

SXCW-S22-6.5185

TDA-T-T16-6.5152 2)

TDA-S-S16-6.5178 2)

100

SXCW-S22-6.5185

TDA-T-T16-6.5178 2)

TDA-S-S16-6.5178 2)

120

SXCW-S22-6.5205

TDA-T-T16-6.5215 

TDA-S-S16-6.5215 2)

150

SXCW-S22-6.5235

TDA-T-T16-6.5250 

TDA-S-S16-6.5250 2)

200

SXCW-S22-6.5305

TDA-S-S16-6.5300 2)

2)
2)

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
2) The respective pilot hole can be found in the manufacturers hole tables.
for panels FF/GRP40 and FF/HTL has to be use calotte 2627 (dia. of the washer has to be 16mm)

5.3.38

Fastener Selection
Guide

SFS intec

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FF
Standard

Ridge/Eaves

High Wind Load

KS1000 FF/GRP40

KS1000 FF/HTL

5.3.39

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall, Ceiling

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
1.53.0mm

1.54.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

TF, TC, TL, RW, FR, FA

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

25

SD5-A16-5.557

SX25-S16-5.575

TDA-S-S16-6.545

40

SDT5-A16-5.567

SXC5-S16-5.575

TDA-S-S16-6.564

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

50

SDT5-A16-5.577

SXC5-S16-5.595

TDA-S-S16-6.576

60

SDT5-A16-5.597

SXC5-S16-5.595

TDA-S-S16-6.576

70

SDT5-A16-5.597

SXC5-S16-5.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.590

80

SDT5-A16-5.5112

SXC5-S16-5.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5100

100

SDT5-A16-5.5137

SXC5-S16-5.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5127

120

SDT5-A16-5.5162

SXC5-S16-5.5160

TDA-S-S16-6.5152

150

SDT5-A16-5.5182

SXC5-S16-5.5195

TDA-S-S16-6.5178

170

SDT5-A16-5.5226

SXC5-S16-5.5210

TDA-S-S16-6.5215

200

SDT5-A16-5.5226

SXC5-S16-5.5235

TDA-S-S16-6.5215

25

SD14-A16-5.556

SXC14-S16-5.580

TDB-S-S16-6.345

40

SDT14-A16-5.574

SXC14-S16-5.580

TDB-S-S16-6.364

50

SDT14-A16-5.593

SXC14-S16-5.5100

TDB-S-S16-6.376

60

SDT14-A16-5.593

SXC14-S16-5.5100

TDB-S-S16-6.376

70

SDT14-A16-5.5113

SXC14-S16-5.5120

TDB-S-S16-6.390

80

SDT14-A16-5.5113

SXC14-S16-5.5120

TDB-S-S16-6.3100

100

SDT14-A16-5.5142

SXC14-S16-5.5140

TDB-S-S16-6.3127

120

SDT14-A16-5.5160

SXC14-S16-5.5165

TDB-S-S16-6.3152

150

SDT14-A16-5.5189

SXC14-S16-5.5190

TDB-S-S16-6.3178

170

SDT14-A16-5.5215

SXC14-S16-5.5215

TDB-S-S16-6.3215

200

SDT14-A16-5.5236

SXC14-S16-5.5240

TDB-S-S16-6.3215

25

TI-A16-6.365

DT-S-S16-4.864

40

TI-A16-6.375

DT-S-S16-4.889

50

TI-A16-6.385

DT-S-S16-4.889

60

TI-A16-6.395

DT-S-S16-4.8115

70

TI-A16-6.3115

DT-S-S16-4.8115

80

TI-A16-6.3115

DT-S-S16-4.8115

100

TI-A16-6.3135

DT-S-S16-4.8140

120

TI-A16-6.3155

DT-S-S16-6.3178

150

TI-A16-6.3195

DT-S-S16-6.3203

170

TI-A16-6.3213

DT-S-S16-6.3229

200

TI-A16-6.3235

DT-S-S16-6.3254

25

SDTW-A16-6.575

SXCW-S16-6.590

TDA-S-S16-6.564

40

SDTW-A16-6.575

SXCW-S16-6.5105

TDA-S-S16-6.590

50

SXCW-S16-6.5105

TDA-S-S16-6.590

60

SXCW-S16-6.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5100

70

SDTW-A16-6.5115

SXCW-S16-6.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5115

80

SDTW-A16-6.5135

SXCW-S16-6.5135

TDA-S-S16-6.5127

100

SDTW-A16-6.5135

SXCW-S16-6.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5152

120

SXCW-S16-6.5185

TDA-S-S16-6.5178

150

SXCW-S16-6.5205

TDA-S-S16-6.5215

170

SXCW-S16-6.5235

TDA-S-S16-6.5215

200

SXCW-S16-6.5275

TDA-S-S16-6.5250

5.3.40

Fastener Selection
Guide

SFS intec

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.

Recommended fastener locations


KS1150 TF/TC
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 TL
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 FR
High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

Standard*

KS1000 RW
Standard*

Ridge/Eaves*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

KS1150 FA
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.41

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
1.53.0mm

1.54.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

AWP

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

50

SD6-A16-5.565

SX5/20-30-S16-5.552

TDA-T-T16-6.551

TDA-S-S16-6.551

60

SDT5-A16-5.567

SXC5-S16-5.575

TDA-T-T16-6.564

TDA-S-S16-6.564

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

70

SDT5-A16-5.577

SXC5-S16-5.595

TDA-T-T16-6.576

TDA-S-S16-6.576

80

SDT5-A16-5.597

SXC5-S16-5.595

TDA-T-T16-6.590

TDA-S-S16-6.590

100

SDT5-A16-5.5112

SXC5-S16-5.5115

TDA-T-T16-6.5100

TDA-S-S16-6.5100

120

SDT5-A16-5.5137

SXC5-S16-5.5160

TDA-T-T16-6.5127

TDA-S-S16-6.5127

50

SD14-A16-5.560

SX14/38-S16-5.566

TDB-T-T16-6.351

TDB-S-S16-6.351

60

SDT14-A16-5.574

SXC14-S16-5.580

TDB-T-T16-6.364

TDB-S-S16-6.364

70

SDT14-A16-5.593

SXC14-S16-5.5100

TDB-T-T16-6.376

TDB-S-S16-6.376

80

SDT14-A16-5.593

SXC14-S16-5.5100

TDB-T-T16-6.390

TDB-S-S16-6.390

100

SDT14-A16-5.5113

SXC14-S16-5.5120

TDB-T-T16-6.3100

TDB-S-S16-6.3100

120

SDT14-A16-5.5142

SXC14-S16-5.5140

TDB-T-T16-6.3127

TDB-S-S16-6.3127

50

TI-A16-6.365

DT-S-S16-4.864

60

TI-A16-6.375

DT-S-S16-4.864

70

TI-A16-6.385

DT-S-S16-4.889

80

TI-A16-6.395

DT-S-S16-4.889

100

TI-A16-6.3115

DT-S-S16-4.8115

120

TI-A16-6.3135

DT-S-S16-4.8140

50

SDTW-A16-6.575

SXCW-J16-6.590

TDA-T-T16-6.564

TDA-S-S16-6.564

60

SXCW-J16-6.5105

TDA-T-T16-6.576

TDA-S-S16-6.576

70

SXCW-J16-6.5115

TDA-T-T16-6.590

TDA-S-S16-6.590

80

SXCW-J16-6.5115

TDA-T-T16-6.5100

TDA-S-S16-6.5100

100

SDTW-A16-6.5125

SXCW-J16-6.5155

TDA-T-T16-6.5115

TDA-S-S16-6.5115

120

SXCW-J16-6.5155

TDA-T-T16-6.5152

TDA-S-S16-6.5152

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
clamping thickness of panel AWP for the screw = D22mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 AWP
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.42

Fastener Selection
Guide

Application:

Wall

Support

STEEL
Cold Rolled

(thickness
1.53.0mm

1.54.0mm)

STEEL
Hot Rolled

(thickness
3.014.0mm)

CONCRETE 1)

TIMBER

SFS intec

Type of Panel:

FH

Fixing position:

Valley

Code Numbers

Insulation
Core
Thickness
[mm]

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

60

SDT5-A22-5.577

SXC5-S22-5.575

TDA-T-T22-6.564

TDA-S-S22-6.564

80

SDT5-A22-5.597

SXC5-S22-5.5115

TDA-T-T22-6.590

TDA-S-S22-6.590

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Drilling Fasteners

Carbon Steel Case


Hardened *)

Austenitic stainless
Steel, Grade 304

Self-Tapping Fasteners

100

SDT5-A22-5.5112

SXC5-S22-5.5135

TDA-T-T22-6.5100

TDA-S-S22-6.5100

120

SDT5-A22-5.5137

SXC5-S22-5.5160

TDA-T-T22-6.5127

TDA-S-S22-6.5127

150

SDT5-A22-5.5162

SXC5-S22-5.5195

TDA-T-T22-6.5152

TDA-S-S22-6.5152

200

SDT5-A22-5.5226

SXC5-S22-5.5235

TDA-T-T22-6.5215

TDA-S-S22-6.5215

60

SDT14-A22-5.574

SXC14-S22-5.580

TDB-T-T22-6.364

TDB-S-S22-6.364

80

SDT14-A22-5.593

SXC14-S22-5.5100

TDB-T-T22-6.390

TDB-S-S22-6.390

100

SDT14-A22-5.5113

SXC14-S22-5.5120

TDB-T-T22-6.3100

TDB-S-S22-6.3100

120

SDT14-A22-5.5142

SXC14-S22-5.5140

TDB-T-T22-6.3127

TDB-S-S22-6.3127

150

SDT14-A22-5.5189

SXC14-S22-5.5190

TDB-T-T22-6.3152

TDB-S-S22-6.3152

200

SDT14-A22-5.5236

SXC14-S22-5.5240

TDB-T-T22-6.3215

TDB-S-S22-6.3215

60

TI-A22-6.375

DT-S-S22-4.889

80

TI-A22-6.395

DT-S-S22-4.8115

100

TI-A22-6.3115

DT-S-S22-4.8115

120

TI-A22-6.3135

DT-S-S22-4.8140

150

TI-A22-6.3165

DT-S-S22-6.3178

200

TI-A22-6.3215

DT-S-S22-6.3229

60

SXCW-S22-6.5105

TDA-T-T22-6.590

TDA-S-S22-6.590

80

SXCW-S22-6.5115

TDA-T-T22-6.5115

TDA-S-S22-6.5115

100

SDTW-A22-6.5125

SXCW-S22-6.5152

TDA-T-T22-6.5127

TDA-S-S22-6.5127

120

SXCW-S22-6.5178

TDA-T-T22-6.5152

TDA-S-S22-6.5152

150

SXCW-S22-6.5205

TDA-T-T22-6.5178

TDA-S-S22-6.5178

200

SXCW-S22-6.5275

TDA-T-T22-6.5250

TDA-S-S22-6.5250

Note:
*) Screws are regulated in Germany by Z-14.4-407. This approval provides only the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners before, what the use of steel for outdoor
applications excludes.
1) A direct anchoring in concrete structures is not currently regulated in Germany.
for FH panel has to be use the screw with sealing washer d. 22mm
clamping thickness of panel FH for the screw = D14mm

Recommended fastener locations


KS1000 FH
Standard*

High Wind Load* (depending on wind loading/building location &size)

* Number of fasteners to be specified by structural/static engineer.

5.3.43

Construction details

OO Trapezoidal
OO Flat

Roof Panels  6.1.1

Roof Panels  6.2.27

OO Rooftile 6.3.49
OO Rooflights  6.4.54
OO Wall

Panels 6.5.61

This chapter waits for corrections. It will probably be


updated according to german version which is not also
corrected yet.

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Panel Side Lap (FF)


Module

Module
PVC sealing tape (factory applied) or Butyl
sealing tape (site applied)

Side lap stitching screw (P03)


(at 500 mm)

Wall purlin

Self-adhesive sealant tape PE 20 5 mm to be continuously applied


between liner and steel support only at ridge/eaves/end lap locations where
the internal junction requires sealing (P17)

Vapour sealing putty when


required (site applied)

Panel Side Lap (RW)


Module

Module

Side lap stitching screw (P03)


(at 500 mm)

PVC sealing tape (factory applied)


or Butyl sealing tape (site applied)

Roof purlin
Self-adhesive sealant tape PE 20 5 mm to be
continuously applied between liner and steel support only
at ridge / eaves / end lap locations where the internal
junction requires sealing (P17)

Anti-condensation tape (factory applied)


Vapour sealing tape 6 mm when required (site applied)

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.1

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Panel End Lap


03
P

04
P

6 fasteners per end lap

18
P

50

50

Note:
P

21
P

Cut back dimensions:

17
P

for roof slope > 10% 200mm (supplied/delivered to site with cut backs)
for roof slope 10% 250mm (supplied/delivered to site with cut backs)
Maximum cut backs available on panels from Kingspan is 250mm.
a

according to structural/static requirements

Ridge

102
K

12
P

at 333 mm
03
P

07
P

12
P

04
P

103a
K

Site applied
insulation

Outer sheet
turned up

04
P

12
P

at 333 mm
03
P

07
P

12
P

102
K

Back putty

14
P

101
K

14
P

Back putty

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

P12

for roof slope  10% 4pcs/m


> 10% 2pcs/m
All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.2

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Ortgang Variante1
aufg. Dichtband

Site applied insulation

14
P

Dichtband

Alternativ: Befestigung im Obergurt 01


P

Ortgang- Kappe 131a


K

07
P

aufg. Dichtband

Ortgang Variante 2 mit Sttzprofil


aufg. Dichtband

03
P

Dichtband

Dichtband

Ortgang- Kappe 131a


K

Site applied insulation

07
P

aufg. Dichtband 14

132 Sttzprofil
K

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.3

01
P

Alternativ: Befestigung im Obergurt

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Mono Ridge

Trapezblechkanter oberes Deckblech leicht aufbiegen

12
P

102 Zahnblech
K

Profilfller

03
P

Dachneig

ung

Pulfirst- Kappe 129a


K

Site applied insulation


14
P

07
P

aufg. Dichtband

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.4

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Side Wall Parapet

130
K

L (250 mm)

08
P

at 300 mm

115
K

Site applied insulation


Outer sheet
turned up

at 300 mm
08
P

at 333 mm
12
P

104
K

07
P

03
P

12
P

102
K

04
P

14
P

D
02
P

07
P

Back putty
a

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

P12

for roof slope  10% 4pcs/m


> 10% 2pcs/m

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.5

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Parapet in Slope Single

130
K

105
K

at 500 mm

08
P at 300 mm

at 300 mm

03
P

14
P

08
P

137
K

132
K

Site applied insulation


04
P

17
P

02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.6

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Parapet in Slope Double

Trapezoidal sheet
a

04
P
08
P

04
P
130
K
08
P

Profiled sealing filler type A


at 300 mm

04
P

04
P
04
P
14
P

133
K

Site applied insulation


07
P

14
P
167
K

04
P

08
P
at 300 mm

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

L, X

specify dimension to define flashing K105 and K130

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.7

132
K

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Attika in Dachneigung AWP horizontal verlegt


130a
K

03
P

137a Dach- Wand- bergangsblech


K

Attika- Kappe

Site applied insulation


07
P

Dichtband

01
P

Alternativ: Befestigung im Obergurt

104a
K

inneres bergangsprofil

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Dichtband

132 Sttzprofil
K

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.8

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Eaves Parapet Gutter Prefabricated

04
P

20
P

50

03
L

at 150 mm

08
P

21
P

135
K

130
K

Overflow

max. 200

21
P
at 300 mm

08
P
02
P

Note:
The prefabricated gutter is recommend to be supported every 2,000mm.

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.9

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Eaves Parapet Gutter Membrane Lined

at 150 mm

04
P

20
P

123
K

08
P
07
Z

Trough grate

130
K

33
P

50

at 300 mm

08
P

at 333 mm
08
P

min. 120 mm

Adhered membrane liner

Overflow
Site applied rigid urethane board
Galvanised gutter support

02
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

specify dimension to define flashing K135

P33, Z07, K123 when required

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.10

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Eaves Gutter Parapet Prefabricated

Site applied rigid urethane board

08
P

04
P
130
K

20
P

12
P

17
P
08
P
at 333 mm

at 333 mm

50

04
P

50

Back putty

Overflow
08
P at 150 mm

04
P

13
P

21
P
02
L
17
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

specify dimension to define flashing K130

The prefabricated gutter is recommended to be supported every 2,000mm.

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.11

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Traufe mit vorgefertigter innenliegender Kastenrinne

130a Attika- Kappe


K

120a inneres bergangsprofil


K (Attika- Halter)

14
P

Dichtband

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

14
P

Dichtband

Windleitprofil 110a
(Wasserleitprofil) K

Alternativ: Befestigung im Obergurt 01


P

ung

Dachneig

Rckschnitt

20

Overflow
14
P

aufg. Dichtband

komplett vorgefertige
innenliegende gedmmte Rinne
Innenschale: Stahlblech
Aussenschale: Folien- Verbundblech

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.12

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Traufe mit vorgehngter Rinne (Typ Highline)


Alternativ: Befestigung im Obergurt

Rinnenhaltearm K127
at 666/500 mm
(in jedem 2. Obergurt anordnen)

01
P

Rckschnitt

80

03
P

600

35
20
126 vorgehngter Rinne
K (Typ Highline)
14
P

aufg. Dichtband

25
108
K

Abdeckblech
07
P

Site applied
insulation

Traufe mit vorgehngter Rinne (Typ Highline)


Ausfhrung mit Dachberstand
600
Alternativ: Befestigung im Obergurt 01
P

03
P

Rckschnitt

60

35
20
127
K

Rinnenhaltearm
at 666/500 mm
(in jedem 2. Obergurt anordnen)

07
P

Abdeckblech
108a
Dach- Wand- Anschlu K
im Traufbereich

126
K

vorgehngter Rinne
(Typ Highline)

07
P

Site applied insulation

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.13

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

External Gutter
10
P

08
P

at 333 mm

Site applied insulation

at 666
or 1,000 mm

30

min. 190

14
P

04
P

mm

110
K
16
P

107
K
136
K

07
P

at 666
01b or 1,000 mm
Z

109
K
07
P

193
K

02
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

To order eaves gutters systems and accessory components please contact Kingspan technical Services Department.

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.14

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Valley Gutter
04
P

20
P

530
50

50

01
L

20
P

Overflow

Note:
a, b

according to structural/static requirements

The prefabricated gutter is recommended to support by 2,000mm.


To order eaves gutters systems and accessory components please contact Kingspan technical Services Department.

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.15

04
P

6.1.16

17
P

04
P

06
P

12
R

06
P

08
P
at 150 mm

20
P

04
P

142
K

04
P

at 150 mm

08
P

21
P

08
P
at 150 mm

50

14
P

06
P

according to structural/static requirements

154
K

Site applied insulation

Overflow

20
P

The prefabricated gutter is recommended to support by 2,000mm.

Note:

Section A A

at 150 mm

08
P

20
P

Site applied insulation

04
L

Construction
Details
Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Curved Eaves with Gutter Roof to Wall

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Roof to Wall Junction


at 333 mm

04
P

13
P

12
P

07
P

03
P

139
K

102
K

50

16
P

Site applied insulation


08
P

at 150 mm

Back putty

Outer sheet turned up

172
K

14
P

07
P

04
P

Back putty

Note:
a

P12

according to structural/static requirements

for roof slope  10% 4pcs/m


> 10% 2pcs/m

Roof to Wall Junction in Slope


D
07
P

at 300 mm
08
P

16
P

132
K

133
K

10
169
K

07
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.17

14
P

04
P

Site applied insulation

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Dach- /Wandanschulss Variante 1

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

01
P

evtl. sichtbare Befestigung

104a inneres bergangprofil


K
14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Site applied
insulation

14
P

Dichtband

137a Dach- Wand- bergangsblech


K

Site applied insulation

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.18

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Dach- /Wandanschulss Variante 2 mit Sttzprofil

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

01
P

evtl. sichtbare Befestigung

104a inneres bergangsprofil


K
14
P

aufg. Dichtband

14
P

Dichtband

Site applied insulation

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.19

137a Dach- WandK bergangsblech

Dichtband

Sttzprofil

01
P

Alternativ: Befestigung
im Obergurt

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Dach- /Wandanschulss Pultdach

aufg. Dichtband 14

unteres Halteprofil

oberes Deckblech leicht aufbiegen

usseres
bergangsprofil

Profilfller

133a
K

12
P

03
P

inneres 104a
bergangsprofil K

Dachneig

ung

Site applited insulation


aufg. Dichtband 14
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.20

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Roof to Brickwork Junction


Butyrub building cement

at 200 mm

Site applied insulation

120
K

Outer sheet turned up

31
P
at 200 mm

at 333 mm
04
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

P12

for roof slope  10% 4pcs/m


> 10% 2pcs/m

102
K

114
K

31
P

03
P

07
P

12
P

07
P

Back putty

14
P

31
P

104
K

at 200 mm

Roof to Brickwork Junction in Slope


31
P

at 200 mm

Butyrub building cement

120
K
31
P

at 200 mm

Site applied insulation


at 500 mm
03
P

at 200 mm

31
P

106
K

14
P

14
P

141
K

07
P

04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.21

08
P

at 300 mm

132
K

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Expansion Joint
Site applied insulation
132
K

14
P

at 300 mm

08
P

04
P

PE pipe

50

121
K

14
P

35
P

07
P

04
P

122
K

07
P

14
P

132
K

14
P

08
P

at 300 mm

Roof Penetration Extractor Flue

EPDM sealant supplied and installed

Sealing designed/supplied and installed by specialist contractor


diameter varies

50

For extractor flue exhaust high temperature gases/pollutants


a suitable fire rated/non-combustible barrier gasket should be
installed by specialist contractor

Cover collar

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.22

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

5060 mm

2730 mm

Roof Pipe Extractor Flue

PE pipe

23
P

Note:
Complete installation contents:
passage piping packing
sealing material
necessary quantity of fasteners
Piping sleeves for better additional sealing of passages can be ordered according to diameter of piping.
See to the section of the Accessories or contact Kingspan Technical Service Department for range of piping sleeves.
All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.23

Construction
Details

Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Ridge Roof/Skylight
at 300 mm
08
P
111
K

Roof/skylight Support curb


Site applied rigid urethane board
Site applied insulation

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

P12

for roof slope  10% 4pcs/m


> 10% 2pcs/m

Outer sheet turned up


at 333 mm

102
K

03
P

07
P

12
P

a
04
P

Back putty

17
P

Ridge Roof/Skylight Downslope (RW)


at 300 mm
08
P

Roof/skylight Support curb

Site applied insulation


at 500 mm

03
P

04
P

17
P

Site applied rigid urethane board

at 300 mm
132
K

111
K

08
P

14
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.24

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.1.25

50

21
P

50

03
P

6 pcs per panel

300

04
P

slope

60

18
P

07
P

1,000

820

247
K

07
P

18
P

min. 100

Al upstand

Note:

01
A

21
P

50

50

03
P
6 pcs
per panel

500

21
P

250

04
P

17
P

18
P

according to structural/static requirements

Construction
Details
Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

Dome Type Roof/Skylight

slope

17
P

04
P

Back putty

03
P

at 333 mm

12
P

20
P

217
K

21
P

13
P

50

203
K

08
P
at 333 mm

slope

Outer sheet
turned up

6.1.26

specify dimensions to define flashings K203 and K217


for roof slope  10% 2pcs/m
> 10% 1pcs/m
according to structural/static requirements

P12
a

Change of Roofslope

d, D

Note:

Site applied flashing

d
Site applied
insulation

17
P

04
P

Construction
Details
Trapezoidal
Roof Panels

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Fixing solution (XDEK)


KS1000XD option 1
Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener

Steel support

KS1000XD option 2
Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

Site applied butyl sealant

Spreader plate

Site applied butyl sealant

Steel support

Direct fastener at each rib


diameter min 5.5 + washer 16 mm

Through fasteners at each rib


diameter min 5.5

KS1000XD TR20/TR27

KS1000XD PVC
Site welded membrane (hot air weld) with adjacent panel after fastener installation

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

Top finish PVC membrane


FACTORY APPLIED fully bonded
to the IPN insulation core

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

PVC membrane
side-lap
90100 mm

Preliminary hole, filled


with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener
Steel support

Steel support

Site applied butyl sealant

Direct fastener at each rib diameter min 5.5


+ washer 16 mm or Self Coring Helical fastener (SFS)

Direct fastener at each rib


diameter min 5.5 + washer 16 mm

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.27

Site applied butyl sealant

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Side lap Stitching detail (XDEK)


Waterproof membrane adhered or mechanically fixed by others

site applied

21
P

03
P

max at 500 mm centres if the fire performance is required


max at 1,000 mm centres if the fire performance not required

Butt joint (XDEK)


Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener

Site applied insulation


gap > 10 mm

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

Trapezoidal XD profile filler

04
P

Back putty

Panel End Lap (XDEK)


Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

Cut-back
size 50650 mm

Site applied insulation


gap > 10 mm

Vapour sealing putty (site applied)

04
P

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.28

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Ridge (XDEK)

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

04
P

16
P

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

Site applied insulation

404
K

08
P

401a
K

04
P

08
P

16
P

04
P

Valley (XDEK)

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

Site applied insulation

404
K

04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.29

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Gable Wall Parapet (XDEK)

Hot air weld

08
P

150 < L < 400 mm

183 at 500 mm
K

2 at 500 mm

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener
Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

07
P

at 300 mm

08
P

Membrane coated metal flashing


for hot air welding

Site applied insulation


gap min. 10 mm

Trapezoidal XD profile filler


04
P

Back putty
28
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.30

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Gable Wall Parapet (XDEK)

Hot air weld

08
P

150 < L < 400 mm

183
K at 500 mm

2 at 500 mm

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener
Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

07
P
at 300 mm

08
P

chessboard pattern

Membrane coated metal flashing


for hot air welding
04
P

Site applied insulation


14
P
106
K
07
P

at 300 mm

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.31

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

6.2.32

04
P

28
P at 300 mm

Site applied insulation

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

07
P

at 300 mm

Overflow

Membrane coated metal flashing


for hot air welding

at 150 mm
08
P

Hot air weld

at 300 mm

at 300 mm

Galvanised gutter support

02
P

Site applied
rigid polyurethane board
alternatively Kingspan
insulated gutter

08
P

130
K

07
P

Construction
Details
Flat Roof Panels

Eaves Gutter Parapet (XDEK)

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Eaves Gutter Parapet (XDEK)

Hot air weld


at 500 mm 183
K

150450 mm

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

Site applied rigid insulation fully adhered

2 at 500 mm

08
P

at 300 mm

07
P

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

Membrane coated metal flashing for hot air welding

Site applied insulation

04
P

02
P

Eaves Gutter Parapet (with outlet) (XDEK)


Membrane coated metal flashing for hot air welding
130
K

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

at 300 mm

150450 mm

08
P

Site applied rigid insulation fully adhered


Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener

Hot air weld


07
P
at 300 mm
08
P
at 300 mm

Membrane coated metal


28
P

at 300 mm

Membrane outlet fixed to roof panel

Site applied insulation


04
P

02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.33

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

External Gutter (XDEK)


Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener

Steel cover flashing


cut to the XD bottom deck shape
Trapezoidal XD profile filler

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

08
P

407
K

at 300 mm
chessboard pattern

08
P

at 500 mm

03
P

> 80 mm

04
P

Individually designed flashing steel thickness min. 1.1 mm


04
P

402
K

Back putty

Valley Gutter (XDEK)


Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

Site applied insulation

Roof outlet

Hot air weld

28
P

28
P

04
P

04
P

Preliminary hole,
filled with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.34

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Roof to Brickwork Junction (XDEK)


406 groove filled with sealant
K

31
P
at 200 mm

155
K

31
P
at 200 mm

min. 300 mm

Membrane coated metal flashing


for hot air welding

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

Hot air weld

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

112
K

04
P at 200 mm

31
P
at 200 mm

Roof to Brickwork Junction in Slope (XDEK)


31
P
at 200 mm

406 groove filled with sealant


K

155
K

31
P
at 200 mm

min. 300 mm

Membrane coated metal

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

Hot air weld

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

Site applied insulation


gap min. 10 mm

04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.35

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Expansion Joint (XDEK)


Hot air weld

PE elastic pipe

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam


after installation of fastener

Expansive filler

04
P

Waterproof membrane adhered


or mechanically fixed by others

04
P

Note:
This joint allows up to 30mm expansion.

Roof/Skylight Pyramid/Dome Type Ridge (XDEK)

Gun grade sealant-high temperature rated


Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam
after installation of fastener
Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

min. 150 mm

at 300 mm

28
P

Membrane coated metal flashing for hot air welding


Site applied rigid polyurethane board
at 300 mm

Hot air weld

28
P

Rooflight upstand by others

Site applied insulation

106
K

04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.36

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Smoke Vent (XDEK)

Gun grade sealant

Membrane coated metal


Hot air weld
Waterproof membrane adhered
or mechanically fixed by others

28
P
at 300 mm

Site applied insulation

28
P
at 300 mm

Preliminary hole, filled with PUR canister foam after installation of fastener

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.37

04
P

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Panel Side Lap (TOPDEK)


Module

Module

Membrane side lap cover strip hot air welded

Variant A over the support

Anti-condensation tape
(site applied)

The drilling hole to fill by the drill core or site applied insulant after fastening of panel

Fastener (P04)

PVC sealing tape (factory applied)

Roof framework / purlin

Variant B between the supports

Fastener (P03) (at 300 mm)

Intermediate Fixing (TOPDEK)

Fastener (P04)

Membrane side lap cover strip hot air welded

The drilling hole to fill by the drill core or site applied insulant after fastening of panel

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.38

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Panel End Lap (TOPDEK)


The drilling hole to fill by the drill core
or site applied insulant after fastening of panel

PVC membrane cover strip (width 150 mm) hot air welded

04
P

18
P

Site applied insulant or P18

18
P

Site applied insulant or P18

Panel End Lap (TOPDEK)


The drilling hole to fill by the drill core
or site applied insulant after fastening of panel

Membrane cover strip hot air welded

50

04
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.39

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Ridge (TOPDEK)
Membrane cover strip hot air welded min. 200 mm wide

Site applied insulation

Back putty

a
04
P

07
P

12
P

101
K

12
P

07
P

04
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Gable (TOPDEK)
Flexible sealing bead

min. 200 mm

Membrane overlap hot air welded

Membrane coated metal

07
P

at 300 mm

06
Z

30

Site applied insulation

04
P
112
K
14
P
07
P

Purlin system

02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.40

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Gable Wall Parapet (TOPDEK)


Membrane coated metal
Membrane cover strip hot air welded

08
P

183
K at 500 mm

L (min. 150 mm)

Adhered type membrane

min. 100 mm

07
P
at 300 mm

Site applied insulation


Membrane coated metal flashing hot air welded
28
P at 300 mm
04
P
14
P
07
P

Roof purlin
02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.41

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Eaves Gutter Parapet (TOPDEK)


Membrane overlap hot air welded

04
P

28
P

at 300 mm

07
P

at 300 mm

Membrane coated metal


07
P
08
P

at 300 mm

at 150 mm

Overflow
130
K

Note:
a according
tostructural/static
requirements

a
at 300 mm

08
P

Site applied insulation

Membrane flashing fully adhered

Site applied rigid urethane board

02
P

Galvanised gutter support

Eaves Gutter Parapet (with outlet) (TOPDEK)

Membrane overlap
hot air welded

07
P
08
P

Membrane
coated metal

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Membrane
fully adhered

at 500 mm

Membrane overlap hot air welded

Membrane fully adhered

Site applied
rigid insulation fully adhered

183
K

Membrane overlap
hot air welded
Membrane coated metal
07
P

Continous hot air weld


to membrane coated metal
Site applied insulation
04
P

28
P at 300 mm

Membrane outlet fixed to roof panel

Steel support

02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.42

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

External Gutter (TOPDEK)


min. 200 mm

Membrane metal flashing


28
P

min. 100 mm

at 300 mm

04
P

Membrane
hot air welded

Back putty

12
P

Site applied insulation


249
K
08
P

at 300 mm

02
P
08
P
17
P

40

136
K

90

02
Z
02
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Valley Gutter (TOPDEK)


Membrane overlap hot
air welded

28
P
04
P
12
P

min. 100

Membrane overlap hot


air welded

mm

at 300 mm

at 300 mm

Back putty
Back putty

04
P
12
P

Internal flashing

Note:
a

28
P

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.43

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Roof to Brickwork Junction (TOPDEK)


31
P

at 200 mm

105
K

Membrane coated metal

Membrane fully adhered

Continous hot air weld


to membrane coated metal
31
P

min. 100

min. 300 mm

Butyrub building cement

mm

at 200 mm

Membrane overlap
hot air welded

Site applied insulation

28
P at 300 mm
07
P
112
K
31
P

04
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Roof to Brickwork Junction in Slope (TOPDEK)


31
P

at 200 mm

105
K

Butyrub building cement


Membrane coated metal

Continous hot air weld


to membrane coated metal

at 200 mm

28
P

at 300 mm

min. 300 mm

31
P

Membrane fully adhered

min. 100 mm

Membrane overlap
hot air welded

Site applied insulation


04
P
112
K
14
P
31
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.44

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Expansion Joint (TOPDEK)


28
P

Membrane overlap hot air welded

Membrane coated metal to be fastened


to trapezoidal sheet

07
P

at 300 mm

121
K

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.45

35
P

PE pipe
Membrane overlap hot air welded

07
P

Site applied insulation

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Roof Penetration Extractor Flue (TOPDEK)


Cowl

Silicone sealant

Silicone sealant

Membrane overlap
hot air welded

min. 150 mm

Sleeve

Membrane overlap hot air welded

Cover collar

Site applied insulation

Diameter

Double insulated
jacket exhaust pipe

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.46

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Roof/Skylight Pyramid/Dome Type Ridge (TOPDEK)


at 300 mm

28
P

Membrane coated metal


Neutral silicone sealant
Membrane overlap
hot air welded

Site applied rigid urethane board

mm
min. 150

at 300 mm

Membrane fully adhered

Membrane overlap
hot air welded

min. 100

mm

28
P

Roof / skylight support

04
P

Continous hot air weld to membrane coated metal


Site applied insulation

at 300 mm

28
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Roof/Skylight Pyramid/Dome Type Downslope (TOPDEK)


at 300 mm

28
P

Membrane coated metal

min. 150 mm

Neutral silicone sealant


Site applied rigid urethane board
Membrane overlap hot air welded
Roof / skylight support

Membrane fully adhered


Membrane overlap
hot air welded

at 300 mm

min. 100 mm

28
P

Continuous hot air weld to membrane coated metal


Site applied insulation

at 300 mm

28
P
04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.47

Construction
Details

Flat Roof Panels

Smoke Vent (TOPDEK)

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Neutral silicone sealant

Neutral silicone sealant

Membrane fully adhered

Membrane fully adhered


Membrane coated metal
Continous hot air weld
to membrane coated metal

Continous hot air weld


to membrane coated metal

Membrane overlap hot air welded

Membrane overlap hot air welded

28
P
at 300 mm

28
P
at 300 mm

04
P

04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.2.48

Construction
Details

Rooftile

Panel Side Lap

03
P

at 325 mm

Weather sealing tape

Sealing tape (factory applied)

Vapour proof sealant (bitumen c. d. 6 mm)

Ridge
Back putty 12b
P

03
P

103c
K

at 400 mm

Back putty 12b

03
P

065

Site applied insulation

325

04
P

14
P

101
K

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.3.49

14
P

04
P

at 400 mm

Construction
Details

Rooftile

Ridge
at 400 mm

25
P

Only to 100 mm (*)

25
P

Only to 100 mm (*)

Site applied insulation


5 (*)

6619

Only over 100 mm (*)

at 400 mm

12b Back putty


P

Only over 100 mm (*)


103d
K

325

04
P

14
P

101
K

14
P

04
P

Ridge
03
P

Back putty 12b


P

103c
K

at 400 mm

25

1963

Back putty 12b

03
P

at 400 mm

Site applied insulation

04
P

14
P

101
K

14
P

04
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.3.50

Construction
Details

Rooftile

Gable
at 325 mm

25
P

14
P

08
P

12z
P

at 325 mm

04
P

Back putty

236
K
131
K

Site applied insulation


14
P

07
P

07
P
08
P

106
K

at 333 mm

Gable
at 325 mm

25
P

14
P

08
P

at 325 mm

12z
P

Back putty

236
K
131
K

Facing timber

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.3.51

04
P

Site applied insulation

6.3.52

08
P

108
K

240
K

at 300 mm

at 400 (600 or 800) mm

232
K

160

02
P

Site applied insulation

Back putty

03
P

40

420

13
P
08
P

at 300 mm

at 300 mm

109
K

at 300 mm

07
P

14
P

07
P

03
P

04
P

Construction
Details
Rooftile

External Gutter

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

Construction
Details

Rooftile

Site applied insulation

External Gutter

08
P

at 400 (600 or 800) mm

240
K

232
K

Back putty

03
P

160

420

04
P

13
P

at 300 mm

03
P

Facing timber

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.3.53

Construction
Details

Rooflights

Side Lap (KS1000PC)


Primary and Side Lap Fasteners
Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

4 No. main fixings with storm washer


in each crown location, per rooflight, per purlin

Site applied magnetic spacer

30 min

KS1000 RW insulated roof panel


4 No. main fixings
with storm washers

Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

4 No. main fixings


with storm washers

Site applied spacer

PVC painted steel strip (factory fitted)

34
P

if required by the structure

Direction of lay

Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight to Panel

Panel to Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

Side lap stitched at 300 mm centres


with 6.3 mm 25 mm stitching
screws with 19 mm washers

Side lap stitched at 300 mm centres


with 6.3 mm 25 mm stitching
screws with 19 mm washers

Butyl sealant (site applied)

Sealant tape 9 4,5 mm


(factory fitted)

PVC painted steel strip


(factory fitted)

End Lap (KS1000PC)


Tail Stitcher Locations
Side laps stitched at max. 300 mm (type 6.3 25 mm with a 19 mm diameter washer)
End laps fixed with screws (in places with RW panel underneath)
or with Lap-Lox seam fixers (in places with PC panel underneath)

Butyl rubber sealant 5 5 mm applied continuosly along the whole length of the side lap on the external side of the stitching screw
PVC painted steel strip (factory fitted)
All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.54

Construction
Details

Rooflights

End Lap (KS1000PC)


Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight to KS1000RW

Two self-drilling stainless steel screws 6.3 25 mm


with a 19 mm sealing washer

4 P01 screws with sealing washer,


callot and plastic cap

Butyl sealant 5 5 mm (site applied)

Butyl rubber sealant 5 5 mm


in two rows (site applied)

175
50

KS1000 RW insulated roof panel

20

40
Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight
Site applied magnetic spacer
If required by the structure, fixed with two P34 screws.

30 min.

KS1000RW to Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

Laplox/Translap stitching screws 9 16 mm (P27)


fixing the sheet of steel to the PC

4 P01 screws with sealing washer,


callot and plastic cap
KS1000 RW insulated roof panel

Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

50

50

Butyl rubber sealant 5 5 mm in two rows (site applied)

30 min.

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.55

Site applied magnetic spacer


If required by the structure, fixed with two P34 screws.

Construction
Details

Rooflights

End Lap (KS1000PC)


Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight to Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight

Position of 4 No. main fixings with 19 mm dia.


and storm washers to crowns

Site applied magnetic spacer


If required by the structure, fixed with two P34 screws.

30 min

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.56

Construction
Details

Rooflights

Side Lap (KS1000RW/HTL)


RW/HTLRW
For every
corrugation

01
P

at 500 mm

27
P

Sealing tape 405 mm (part of panel RW/HTL)

dp= 16 (25; 32)

Sealing tape 126 mm (part of panel RW/HTL)

Spacing profile
(part of delivery RW/HTL)

Roof purlin

34
P
2 pcs
for spacing profile

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel RW/HTL)

242
K

21
P

Side Lap (KS1000RW/HTL)


RWRW/HTL
at 500 mm

For every
corrugation

03p
P

Sealing tape 405 mm (part of panel RW/HTL)

dp= 16 (25; 32)

Sealing tape 126 mm (part of panel RW/HTL)

01
P

Roof purlin

21
P

243
K

34
P
2 pcs
for spacing profile

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.57

Spacing profile
(part of delivery RW/HTL)

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel RW/HTL)

Construction
Details

Rooflights

Side Lap (KS1000FF/HTL)


FF/HTLFF
For every corrugation
01
P

at 500 mm
27
P

Sealing tape 405 mm


(part of panel FF/HTL)

233
K

dp= 25 (16; 32)

Sealing tape 126 mm


(part of panel FF/HTL)

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel FF/HTL)

Spacing profile
(part of delivery FF/HTL)

34
P
2 pcs
for spacing profile

21
P

Roof purlin

Side Lap (KS1000FF/HTL)


FFFF/HTL
at 500 mm
03p
P

For every corrugation

Sealing tape 405 mm


(part of panel FF/HTL)

01
P

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel FF/HTL)

dp= 16 (25; 32)

Sealing tape 126 mm


(part of panel FF/HTL)

Roof purlin

233
K

34
P
2 pcs
for spacing profile

21
P

Spacing profile
(part of delivery FF/HTL)

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.58

Construction
Details

Rooflights

Panel End Lap Upslope (KS1000RW/HTL)

6 fasteners per end lap

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel RW/HTL)

27
P

01
P

18
P

17
P

P=250
50
d

50
slope

a
21
P

spacing profile
(part of delivery RW/HTL)

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Panel End Lap Down slope (KS1000RW/HTL)


17
P

6 fasteners per end lap


03p
P

slope

27
P

For every corrugation

01
P

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel RW/HTL)

P=250
Direction of prevailing wind
50
50

Direction of lay

Spacing profile
(part of delivery RW/HTL)

d
a

21
P

Note:
a

18
P

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.59
03p
P

Construction
Details

Rooflights

Panel End Lap Intermediate (KS1000RW/HTL)


01
P

P=250

8 fasteners per end lap


27
P

slope

For every corrugation

50

50

PE shaped filler into panel


(part of panel RW/HTL)
Spacing profile
(part of delivery RW/HTL)

a
21
P

18
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements


27
P

Intermediate Fixing (KS1000RW/HTL)

Direction of prevailing wind


For every corrugation

PE shaped filler intoDirection


panel of lay
(part of panel RW/HTL)

01
P

slope

Spacing profile
(part of delivery RW/HTL)

Note:
b

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.4.60

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Construction Method Vertically Laid Panels


Vertically laid panels require a structure to provide support for the
panel self weight and also resist wind pressure and suction loads.
The main frame structure shown is a typical arrangement. The load
span of the panels depends on structural/static requirements,
which is specific for each project.

External Corner Detail

Cill Drip Detail

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.61

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Construction Method Horizontally Laid Panels


Horizontally laid panels require a structure to provide support for
the panel self weight and also resist wind pressure and suction
loads. The main frame structure shown is a typical arrangement.
The load span of the panels depends on structural/static
requirements, which is specific for each project.

Main frame grid


Due to load span table

Secondary steel post

External Corner Detail

Cill Drip Detail

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.62

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Panel to Panel Junction (vertical)


Secret fixed option

04
P
08
P
at 300 mm
16
P

10

214
K

143
K

17
P
04
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Through fixed option

02
P

214
K

16
P

at 300 mm

10

08
P

17
P

134
K
02
P
08
P

Note:
a

at 300 mm

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.63

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Quersto (Lisene) AWP horizontal verlegt

Site applited insulation

aufg. Dichtband 14

Lisene gekantet 228

26
P

14
P

AWP-Fugengller

aufg. Dichtband

Site applited insulation

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Lisene Strangpressprofil 175b


mit Abdeckleiste K

40
26
P

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Site applited insulation

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Lisene gekantet 175

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.64

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Transition Between Types of Panel (TF/FR)

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Site applied insulation


07
P

118
K

14
P

07
P

TF

14
P

FR

50
02
P

08
P

at 300 mm

147
K

08
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.65

at 300 mm

02p
P

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Panel Head Junction (Vertically Laid Panels)

at 300 mm

at 300 mm

31
P

31
P

152
K

152
K

07
P

07
P

at 300 mm

at 300 mm

Site applied insulation

Floor Slab Junction (Vertically Laid Panels)

07
P

Neutral silicone sealant as required

at 300 mm

155
K

155
K

02
P

05
Z

70

50

Butyrub building cement

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.66

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

External Corner (vertical)

07
P
14
P

08
P

at 300 mm

166
K
02
P

187
K

Site applied insulation

at 300 mm

08
P

14
P

Direction of lay

07
P

Aussenecke AWP horizontal verlegt

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

07
P

AWP-Fugengller 26
P

Aussenecke 159
K

Site applied insulation

AWP-Fugengller 26

07
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.67

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

External Curved Corner (vertical)

08
P

02
P

at 300 mm

07
P

191
K

14
P

02
P

118
K

Site applied insulation


A

14
P
07
P
08
P

at 300 mm

12
R

Direction of lay

04
P

B
C

Note:
Panel R12, max. length 8,000mm
Amin, Cmin = 60mm
A+B+C = max. module 1,000mm
= 80175
Rmin = D
profilation to be discussed

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.68

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Aussenecke mit vorgefertigten Eckelementen gerundetet Ecke


AWP horizontal verlegt

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

175 Lisene gekantet


K

Site applited insulation

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

26
P

19
R

gerundetes Eckelement

aufg. Dichtband

AWP-Fugengller

aufg. Dichtband

14
P

26
P

14
P

B
A
Site applied insulation

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.69

175 Lisene gekantet


K

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Aussenecke mit vorgefertigten Eckelementen AWP horizontal verlegt

aufg. Dichtband

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

26
P

Site applied
insulation

AWP-Fugengller
Hutprofil

26
P

Lisene
175a
K

Hutprofil

AWP-Fugengller
26
P

15
R

A (mind. 250 mm)

Site applied insulation

B (mind. 250 mm)

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

175a Lisene
K

vorgefertigte Aussenecke
AWP horizontal verlegt

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.70

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Aussenecke mit vorgefertigten Eckelementen AWP horizontal verlegt

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Lisene gekantet
175
K

A (mind. 250 mm)

Site applied insulation

vorgefertigte Aussenecke
AWP horizontal verlegt

aufg. Dichtband

AWP-Fugengller

aufg. Dichtband

15
R

14
P

26
P

14
P

Site applied
insulation

B (mind. 250 mm)

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.71

175 Lisene gekantet


K

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Internal Corner (horizontally laid)

Innenecke 159
K

aufg. Dichtband 14

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

Site applied insulation

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

106 Innenecke
K

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.72

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

External Chamfered Corner (horizontal)

17
P

04
P

at 300 mm

08
P

26
P

Site applied insulation

185
K

04
P
26
P

17
P
16
R

Site applied insulation


17
P

04
P

185
K

26
P

04
P

17
P

C
08
P

Note:
a

at 300 mm

according to structural/static requirements

Panel R16, maximum length of an unsupported arm of double cranked wall panel is1,000mm. For longer cranks additional steelwork is
required.
Amin, Cmin = 250mm
Amax, Cmax = 1,500mm
Bmax = 3,000mm
, = 90180
module 1,000mm

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.73

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Aussenecke mit vorgefertigten Eckelementen abgeschrgte Ecke


AWP horizontal verlegt

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

175 Lisene gekantet


K

Site applied insulation


26
P

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

16
R

vorgefertigte Aussenecke
AWP horizontal verlegt

aufg. Dichtband

AWP-Fugengller

14
P

26
P

Site applied
insulation

aufg. Dichtband
14
P

175 Lisene gekantet


K

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.74

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Internal Corner (vertical)


02
P

14
P

09
P

Site applied insulation


159
K

Direction of lay

14
P

113
K

09
P

08
P

at 300 mm

D
Direction of lay

Internal Corner (horizontal)

159
K

14
P

04
P

14
P

09
P

D
106
K

08
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.75

at 300 mm

09
P

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Fupunkt Vertikalverlegung mit Fuprofil (Kantteil)


Vertikalverlegung verdeckt befestigt

Aufstellwinkel
mind. t = 1,5 mm

14
P

thermische Trennung

aufg. Dichtband

Fuprofil

Tropfprofil 143

14
P

Dichtband

Hafte

Site applied insulation

Vertikalverlegung sichtbar befestigt


Vertikalverlegung sichtbar befestigt

Abdeckblech 155

14
P

Aufstellwinkel
mind. t = 1,5 mm

aufg. Dichtband

Fuprofil

thermische Trennung

14
P

Dichtband

Tropfprofil 143
K

Hafte

Site applied insulation

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.76

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Fupunkt AWP Horizontalverlegung mit Fuprofil (Kantteil)

AWP- Wandhalter 03

14
P

thermische Trennung

aufg. Dichtband

Fuprofil
14
P

Tropfprofil 143

Dichtband

Hafte
aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Site applied insulation

Fupunkt AWP Horizontalverlegung abgestufter Betonsockel mit HTU

Dmmstreifen

14
P

unteres Halteprofil
mind. t = 1,5 mm

aufg. Dichtband

Site applied insulation

Tropfprofil 143
K

auf. Dichtband 14
P

HTU

Hafte

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.77

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Wall Pipe Extractor Flue

07
P

23
P

Tubing sleeve
Site applied flashing

Piping

Site applied insulation (fire rated if hot exhaust)

Diameter d

07
P

Note:
Complete installation contents:
passage piping packing
sealing material
necessary quantity of fasteners
Piping sleeves for better additional sealing of passages can be ordered according to diameter of piping.
See to the section of the Accessories or contact Kingspan Technical Service Department for range of piping sleeves.

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.78

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Plastic Window recessed (vertical) Head

D
04
P

1015

16
P

10

40

21
P

07
P

143
K

Site applied insulation


223
K

Window frame

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Unterer Fensteranschlu AWP Vertikalverlegung Kunststofffenster

Kunststofffenster

AUEN

INNEN

Site applied insulation

Site applied insulation

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

Fensterbank 230
K

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.79

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Plastic Window recessed (vertical) Cill

21
P

Window frame

at 200 mm 08
P

224
K

211
K
adjust the flashing
to the window frame

20

3540

Site applied insulation

at 500 mm

07
P

183
K

08
P

17
P

04
P

Note:
The flashing K211 adjusts according to the window frame.
a

according to structural/static requirements

Plastic Window recessed (vertical) Jamb

1015

07
P

223
K

Site applied insulation

Window frame

17
P

08
P

at 300 mm

02
P

40

219
K

21
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.80

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Seitlicher Fensteranschlu Kunststofffenster

innerer Abdeckwinkel

AWP-Fugengller 26
P

INNEN

14
P

aufg. Dichtband 14

aufg. Dichtband
AUEN

144 seitliche Fenstereinfassung


K

Plastic Window coplanar (vertical) Head

04
P

1015

10

16
P

Site applied insulation


143
K

Window frame

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.81

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Plastic Window coplanar (vertical) Cill

Window frame

Site applied insulation

Neutral silicone sealant


21
P

at 200 mm

08
P

151
K
04
P
17
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Plastic Window coplanar (vertical) Jamb

17
P

Site applied insulation

Window frame
1015
08
P

at 200 mm

21
P

02
P

228
K

21
P

08
P

at 200 mm

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.82

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Aluminium Window vertical (coplanar)


Head
04
P

Cill

04
P

Jamb

a
02
P

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.83

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Roller Shutter Door (vertical) Head


D

Note:
a according to structural/static
requirements
X specify dimension to define
flashing K158

04
P

min. 10 mm

16
P

157
K
08
P at 300 mm

Site applied insulation

Site applied rigid urethane board

158
K

197
K

07
P

09
P

Segment of overhead door

Roller Shutter Door (vertical) Jamb


Segment of overhead door

Note:
07
P

X specify dimension to define


flashing K218

197
K

a according to structural/static
requirements

09
P

Site applied rigid urethane board

218
K
17
P

08
P at 300 mm

02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.84

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Oberer Fensteranschlu AWP Horizontalverlegung Kunststofffenster

thermische Trennung

03
Z

AWP- Wandhalter

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Site applied insulation


Tropfprofil 151
K

innerer Abdeckwinkel

oberer Fensterlaibung

AUEN

INNEN

Oberer Fensteranschlu AWP Vertikalverlegung Kunststofffenster

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Abdeckblech 160a

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

Tropfprofil 151
K

oberer Fensterlaibung

AUEN

INNEN

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.85

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Plastic Window recessed (horizontal) Head


16
P

at 500 mm
03
Z

D
Site applied insulation

15

10

60

2 at 500 mm
07
P

182
K

07
P

21
P

223
K

Window frame

04
P

198
K

Plastic Window recessed (horizontal) Head (cut end)


at 300 mm

08
P

160
K

D
16
P

1015

at 1,000 mm
02
P

10

40

21
P

07
P

Site applied insulation


223
K

143
K

Window frame

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.86

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Unterer Fensteranschlu AWP Horizontalverlegung Kunststofffenster


Kunststofffenster

AUEN

INNEN

Site applied insulation

Site applied insulation

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

Fensterbank 230
K

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.87

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Plastic Window recessed (horizontal) Cill

21
P

Window frame

Site applied insulation

at 200 mm

08
P

20

3540

224
K

230
K
adjust the flashing to the window frame

07
P
17
P

at 1,000 mm

04
P

at 300 mm

08
P

Plastic Window recessed (horizontal) Cill (cut end)

21
P

Window frame

08
P
at 200 mm

Site applied insulation

adjust the flashing to the window frame


211
K

20

3540

224
K

183
K
at 500 mm

D
07
P

08
P

17
P

at 1,000 mm

02
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.88

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Plastic Window recessed (horizontal) Jamb


1015

07
P

223
K

Site applied insulation

Window frame

17
P

04
P

08
P

at 300 mm

40

144
K

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Oberer Fensteranschlu Vertikalverlegung


Kunststofffenster in Fassadenebene
aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Abdeckblech 160a
K

Aufstellwinkel
mind. t = 1,5 mm
Tropfprofil 143

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

thermische Trennung

AUEN

INNEN

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.89

21
P

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Unterer Fensteranschlu Vertikalverlegung


Kunststofffenster in Fassadenebene

AUEN

INNEN

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

Site applied insulation

Fensterbank 230
K

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Plastic Window coplanar (horizontal) Jamb

Site applied insulation

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

Kantteil
INNEN
aufg. Dichtband 14
P

AUEN

seitliche Fenstereinfassung 154

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

26
P

AWP-Fugengller

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.90

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Oberer, unterer und seitlicher Fensteranschlu Aluminiumfenster in Fassadenebene

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Oberer Fensteranschlu
Abdeckblech 160a
K

Aluminiumfenster in Fassadenebene

AUEN

INNEN

Abdeckblech 160a
K

Unterer Fensteranschlu
14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Seitlicher Fensteranschlu
aufg. Dichtband

AWP-Fugengller
All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.91

Aluminiumfenster in Fassadenebene

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Oberer Transchlu Kunststofftr mit Blockzarge

Abdeckblech 160a

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Tropfprofil 157

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

obere Trlaibung

Kunstsrofftr mit Blockzarge

AUEN

INNEN

Seitlicher Transchlu Kunststofftr mit Blockzarge

106 innerer Abdeckwinkel


K

INNEN

AUEN

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

AWP-Fugengller 26
P

144 seitliche Treinfassung


K

Kunstsrofftr mit Blockzarge

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.92

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Sektionaltor oberer Anschlu

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Austellwinkel
mind. t = 1,5 mm

Abdeckblech 160a
6

Tropfprofil 143
K

oberer Torlaibung

thermische Trennung

Site applied insulation

Sektionaltor

Sektionaltor seitlicher Anschlu

Sektionaltor

Site applied insulation

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

thermische Trennung

AWP-Fugengller 26
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.93

165 seitliche Treinfassung


K

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Wall Junction (vertical)


31
P

106
K

at 300 mm

31
P

02
P

Site applied insulation

14
P

220
K

at 300 mm

08
P

07
P

at 300 mm

at 300 mm

Wall Junction (vertical)


31
P

at 500 mm

106
K

14
P

07
P

02
P

Plaster

Direction of lay

18
P

Site applied insulation

Butyrub building cement

221
K

08
P

at 300 mm

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.94

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Wall Junction (vertical)


18
P

219
K

02
P

08
P

at 300 mm

17
P

Butyrub building cement

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

Wall Junction (vertical)


a

Site applied insulation


14
P

07
P

at 300 mm

Note:
a
31
P

at 300 mm

106
K

08
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.95

at 300 mm

04
P

according to structural/static requirements

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Mauerwerksanschluss AWP horizontal verlegt

Site applied insulation

inneres bergangsprofil

aufg. Dichtband 14
P

Anschluprofil 106

26
P

14
P

AWP-Fugengller

aufg. Dichtband

Wall Junction (horizontal)


18
P

144
K

08
P

at 300 mm

04
P

17
P

Butyrub building cement

Plaster

Note:
a

according to structural/static requirements

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.96

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Louvre Head & Cill (vertical)


D

04
P

10

17
P

09
P
07
P
07
Z

157
K

08
Z

Note:
a
according to structural/static requirements
When panels are site cut for fitting the louvre
systems, the panel joint above the louvre head
has to be sealed to prevent water ingress
neutral silicone sealant.

07
Z
07
P

17
P
08
P

09
P
at 300 mm

21
P
04
P

Louvre Jamb (vertical)


at 300 mm

08
P

02
P

17
P

09
P

07
P

07
Z

08
Z

07
Z

07
P

09
P

17
P

02
P

08
P

21
P

21
P

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.97

at 300 mm

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Lftungsgitter Oberer und unterer Anschlu, Seitlicher Anschlu

Abdeckblech 160a

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

14
P

aufg. Dichtband

Tropfprofil 143
K

Lftungsgitter 08-a
Z

Tropfprofil 143
K

aufg. Dichtband 14

14
P

AWP-Fugengller 26
P

Lftungsgitter 08-a

26
P

aufg. Dichtband

AWP-Fugengller

All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.98

Construction
Details

Wall Panels

Louvre Head & Cill (horizontal)

08
P

at 300 mm

02
P

160
K

17
P

Drip flashing glued onto panel and sealed with neutral silicone sealant

08
P

at 300 mm

09
P
07
P
07
Z

156
K

08
Z

Note:
a
according to structural/static requirements
When panels are site cut for fitting the louvre
systems, the panel joint above the louvre head
has to be sealed to prevent water ingress
neutral silicone sealant.
08
P

07
Z
07
P
09
P

at 300 mm

21
P
02
P

160
K

17
P

Louvre Jamb (horizontal)


at 300 mm

08
P

04
P

21
P

17
P

09
P

07
P

07
Z

08
Z

07
P

09
P

17
P

04
P

08
P

at 300 mm

21
P

07
Z

Note:
All technical information is subject to alterations. Errors and omissions excepted.

6.5.99

a
according to structural/static requirements

Accessories7

OO Introduction 7.1.1
OO Flashings

components  7.1.2

OO Rainwater
OO Corner

system 7.1.3

components, Steel sheets, steel incoils 7.1.4

OO Tophats 7.1.5
OO Wall-Lite 7.1.6
OO KS1000PC,

panels HTL 7.1.8

OO Aluminium
OO Passage

Piping Packing  7.1.11

OO Fastening
OO Flashing

programme  7.1.9

&Sealing Components 7.1.13

Components Specification 7.2.14

OO Pre-fabricated

Components Specification 7.3.42

OO Pre-fabricated

Insulated Corners Specification  7.4.46

OO Eave

Rainwater System Specification Angular  7.5.64

OO Eave

Rainwater System Specification Round  7.6.71

OO Pre-fabricated

Insulated Rainwater Systems Specification 7.7.76

OO Rooflight

KS1000PC Double Skin 7.1.7

Accessories

Introduction

Kingspan has become the market leader in the specialist industry of providing ancillary components for
completing all aspects of any buildings. High capital investment on flexible manufacturing equipment
and systems enables rapid turnround of high quality components from order to site delivery to be
achieved meeting clients and installers timeline requirements. Architects can incorporate special
features to give their designs an individual and unique appearance, confident in the knowledge that
Kingspan can turn them into reality. Including corporate styles or individual one-off designs, Kingspan
can meet your requirements and always to the same high standards of quality.
Kingspan manufacture and supply an extensive range of standard and bespoke ancillary components,
which can be used to enhance the architectural imagery of the building. Kingspans Technical Services
and ancillary manufacturing operation provide designers and constructors with atotal service package,
both at design and through the construction and installation process.

insulated gutter

rooflight panel

insulated gutter

aluminium upstand

ridge
component

upstand component

vertical cover
strip

cover
strip
atypical
corner
panel
head
andcill
flashing

Conner panel
louvres
rounded corner panel

gutter system

7.1.1

Flashings
components

Accessories

COLOUR RANGE

Flashing components made to supplement the complete roof and


wall systems Kingspan, are manufactured from coated galvanized
metal sheets 1,250mm wide maximum and up to 8,000mm long
(the recommended length of flashing components is 6,000mm).

OO

Standard colours available according to Kingspan colour chart

OO

Please contact Kingspan for special colour shades requirements

Roof flashing components


OO

Ridge components

OO

Expansion joints

OO

Rooflight flashing

OO

Roof panel junctions to walls

OO

Roof panel junctions to panel walls

OO

Gable flashings

OO

Parapet flashings

OO

Gutter flashings

Ridge components

Wall flashing
OO

Corner and internal corner flashing

OO

Panel joint strips

OO

Panel junctions to adjoining buildings

OO

Cill flashings

OO

Openings flashing

OO

Window, door and gate flashing

OO

Louvers flashings

Corner flashings

Head and Cill

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION
Source material
Galvanized metal sheet with coating 1,250mm wide maximum
(fully spread).

Metalsheet thickness
Standard thickness of 0.6mm is available in standard colours,
other thicknesses are possible according to suppliers production
technology (0.5mm, 0.6mm, 0.75mm, galvanized metalsheet
1mm)

Verge components

Internal surface coating:


OO

Polyester coating

Exterior surface coating:


OO

PES/polyester 25
High performance surface coating 25m thick with medium
term life.

OO

Pvf2 (PVDF)
High performance surface coating 25m thick with excellent
colour stability.

OO

Kingspan Spectrum
50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss finish with aslight
granular effect. It offers an outstanding durability and weather
resistance performance, its superior flexibility enables high
resistance against mechanical damages.

Samples of non-standard production

7.1.2

Rainwater
system

Accessories
Drainage components characteristics
OO

Colour corresponding to wall and roof

OO

Simple and fast assembly

OO

Attractive design

OO

Insulation quality of pre-fabricated insulated rainwater systems is


comparable to panels of the same thickness.

Kingspan Insulated Gutter System valley and


boundary gutters
It is necessary to design a drainage system to internal drainage in
case of gable and pitch roofs without a parapet. Kingspan offers
the internal drainage system of level prefabricated insulated valley
and parapet gutters.

Roof drainage systems


OO

Kingspan eaves gutter system (angular) level

OO

Eaves gutter system (semi-circular)

OO

Kingspan prefabricated thermally insulated gutter system level

OO

Manufactured according to customers requirements

OO

From galvanized metalsheet 0.6mm thick, PES/polyester


25m, Plastisol 200m or Skinplate 0.75mm, 500m in
Kingspan standard shades.

OO

Thermal insulation from IPN or mineral fibre. IPN insulation can


be 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 100, 120 or 160mm thick, mineral fibre
insulation can be 60, 80, 100, 120 or 150mm thick.

OO

Standard gutters include standard heads/or with overflow.

Valley gutter
Boundary gutter

External Gutter system

When designing internal gutter, please keep in mind, that vertical


drainage system can not cross with horizontal support components
of roof construction (girders, clamps, purlins, etc.).

The rainwater drainage off the roof into the sewer system is
important part of roof systems. Kingspan offers external gutter
system (angular or semicircular) for gable and pitch roofs without
aparapet.

As the gutters are not self-supporting, it is necessary to adjust the


steel construction for their application or to use hooks.

Level angular external gutters


OO

Gutter capacity (standard profile) = 11.8l/s

OO

Outflow capacity ( 100mm) = 4.7l/s

OO

Outflow capacity ( 150mm) = 9.1l/s

OO

Maximum outflow span = 15.0m

Kingspan recommends electrical heating of gutters.

Level external gutters Kingspan are manufactured according to


suppliers abilities from galvanized metalsheet 0.6mm thick with
single-side coating (PES/polyester 25m or Plastisol 200m)
6,000mm long.
All accessories (gutter support, connections, heads, corner
components, downpipes, elbowpipes) are components of the
system.

System components
OO

Hanging gutter (gutter connections)

OO

Downpipe (angular)

OO

Gutter support

OO

Outlet

OO

Downpipe sleeve

OO

Sill and spout elbowpipe accessories (rivets, fasteners, caps,


sealant, stub nail)

7.1.3

Corner components,
Steel sheets, steel
incoils

Accessories
Pre-formed corner panels

Steel sheets

Wall panels TF, AWP, FR, FH, TL and TC allow to use pre-formed
sandwich panels for corners. Detailed pictures show the way of
junction to standard wall and geometry of corners.

Accessories Division delivers metal sheets formed by its own


machinery. Metal sheets are available in wide range according
to metal sheets used for manufacture of Kingspan panels. Metal
sheets length according to customers requirements. Maximum
recommended length is 6,000mm. Metal sheet width depends
on sheet span and can vary from 1,058 to 1,250mm. Metal sheet
thickness range from 0.5 to 0.75mm.

ADVANTAGES
OO

Accessory to sandwich panel systems

OO

Simply assembly

OO

Innovative and attractive solution

OO

Wide colour range

External facing of metal sheet is protected by foil. The metal sheets


are despatched on wooden palettes.

Steel in coils

vertically laid panels

horizontally laid panels

7.1.4

OO

Rewinding is secured on Kingspan equipment

OO

Delivery of the quantity according to the customer requirement


(maximal weight of one coil is 2t depending on steel thickness)

OO

Width of the coil is between 1,058 and 1,250mm

OO

Thickness of the steel is between 0.5 and 0.75mm

OO

Colour shades of the steel in PES coating available according to


the current standards

OO

Other coating and colours available according to actual stock


situation

OO

Coils are powered by protective foil on the exterior side

Accessories

Tophats

Vertical tophats are used for overlap of the cross joint at horizontally
laid panels.
Max. length: 8m

Materials
OO

Zinc coated steel with final surface coating

Steel thickness:
Standard steel thickness 0.6mm is delivered for Kingspan standard
colour shades
Standard exterior surface coating:
PES/polyester25
High performance surface coating 25m thick with medium
lifetime

OO

OO

Kingspan Spectrum
50m Polyurethane coated semi gloss finish with aslight
granular effect. It offers an outstanding durability and weather
resistance performance. Its superior flexibility enables high
resistance against mechanical damages.

OO

Pvf2 (PVDF)
High performance surface coating 25m thick with excellent
colour stability

OO

Foodsafe
The surface of this 150m thick polymer coating is nontoxic and resistant to mould, durable and easy to clean. It is
chemically inert and safe for continuous contact with unpacked
food. Steel thickness 0.5mm.

OO

catalogue K175a

Stanless steel
Stainless steel with thickness 0.5mm.

atypical tophats

7.1.5

Accessories

Wall-Lite

Wall light panel KS1000WL is aproduct designed for any buildings


where wall panels Kingspan KS1000AWP are used. The panel is
made from polycarbonate and it helps to reach optimal thermal
values of the insulated building. The panel is suitable for all types
of buildings except those with high air humidity caused by the
influence of building users or production processes. They are also
not suitable for buildings with low inside temperature.

Application
Wall light panel KS1000WL can be used for vertical and horizontal
cladding. Maximal span is determined by the static tables
calculation.

Materials
Polycarbonate chamber board, thickness 38mm. Colour: clear. It
is possible to offer other colour shades according to actual stock
situation.

Construction
OO

Modular width 1,000mm

OO

Weight: 4.7 kg/m2

OO

Panel joint shape corresponds to the joint of panel KS1000AWP

OO

Thickness difference between panel KS1000AWP and panel


KS1000WL is solved by aluminium distance profiles

OO

Distance profiles are available for thicknesses of following panels:


KS1000AWP 60, 80, 100

OO

Length: max. 6,000mm

OO

Exterior side is provided with UVfilter.

OO

Thermal characterictics - Uvalue = 1.26W/m2K

Light transmission
Transmission range is 55% for clear colour. In case of other colour
shade, please contact Accessories department Kingspan.

7.1.6

KS1000PC,
KS1000PC Double Skin

Accessories
Introduction

Product Data

Sustainability is the latest buzzword in not just the construction


industry, but in the wider environment too. Sustainability however
is far from just being a fad it is a way of living and constructing, to
help preserve the environment in which we live. There are indeed
many ways of acting sustainably, but one of the easiest and cost
efficient ways is to reduce the energy that we use.

Available Lengths
Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight panels are available in standard
lengths from 1.0 to 8.0m (including overlap).

Dimensions & Weight

One way of reducing the energy we use is to reduce our reliance


on artificial lighting to light our buildings. How though, do you
reduce the amount of artificial light yet maintain a workable level of
lighting? The answer is to incorporate rooflight systems into roof
constructions. By allowing more natural light in to a building, the
need for artificial lighting is reduced.

PC

PC Double Skin

Dimension d core thickness


nominal [mm]

20

40

Dimension D overall dimension


[mm]

55

75

Weight [kg/m ]

3.3

6.1

Uvalue [W/m2K]

2.0

1.09

The benefits of using rooflights go further than just reducing our

Performance & Properties

energy consumption; research has shown that increased levels of


daylight can aid health, learning and also increase productivity.

Light Transmission
Clear Polycarbonate

The Kingspan Polycarb Rooflight allows natural light to penetrate


in to the building, therefore reducing the need for artificial
lighting. The rooflight system, which is designed for use with the
KS1000RW system, is made from polycarbonate, a lightweight,
high performance, durable plastic. It has superior UVresistance
and will not discolour over time coupled with a Uvalue of
2.0 W/m2K in case of KS1000PC and 1.090W/m2K in case of
KS1000PCDoubleSkin.

OO

63% light transmission to EN410 (panel KS1000PC)

OO

76% solar transmission to DIN67507 (panel KS1000PC)

Standard

cut back

= 175 m

The lower part of the rooflight panel is made with standard overlap
(cutback) 175mm.

KS1000PC application with KS1000RW


1,000 mm
333 mm

333 mm

333 mm

35 mm

KS1000PC Double Skin application with KS1000RW


1,000 mm
333 mm

333 mm

333 mm

7.1.7

Rooflight panels
HTL

Accessories

Rooflight is an optimal appliance to enable daylight to the interior of the building. This applies
especially to longspan roofs, where skylights or rooflight panels are the only way to effectively
fulfill requirements of even daylight spread inside the building. Rooflight panels are laid at the roof
surface level. In case of rooflight panels there is no light loss compared to skylights (skylight support,
transversal skylight walls).
Application

Fire performance*

AKS1000HTL Hybrid Rooflight is a product with GRP top sheet


and polycarbonate bottom sheet combination for buildings with
Kingspan KS1000RW and KS1000FF roof panel where thermo
insulation and designed surface are required.

OO

Grade of fire spreading: without fire spreading

OO

Property of burning while dropping: burning while dropping

OO

Fire classification: hard to burn

OO

(TMI-28/2007)

The basic conditions of the installation:


OO

Slope of the roof minimum for RW=6 (10%); forFF=8 (14%)

OO

Standard overlap is 250mm

OO

Distance between supports must be determined from the


span tables calculation. Please, contact technical department
Kingspan.

Note!
In case of Roofligths, there are exceptions from the fire resistance
regulations in the following cases:
OO

In case the internal height of building is min. 3m

OO

In case there are no flammable materials (stored or built in) in the


following ranges:

Dimensions
OO

within 1m range (vertical and horizontal ) of rooflight

The shape of the GRP top layer is same as the shape of


KS1000RW or KS1000FF roof panel.

OO

Standard length: max. 6,250mm (including overlap 250mm)

OO

Width: 1,000mm (polycarbonate)

within 3m distance from the level of the roof support elements


* Fire performance was tested according czech standards. For
more information about european standards please contact your
local technical team.

Light transmission
Approximately 55%
1,000 3 mm
333.3 mm

333.3 mm
d
D
D = d + 35 mm

KS1000 RW/HTL
d
[mm]

U
[W/m2K]

weight
[kg]

25

1.639

5.9

32

1.470

6.6

1,000 3 mm
250 mm

250 mm

250 mm
d

D
D = d + 34 mm

KS1000 FF/HTL
d
[mm]

U
[W/m2K]

weight
[kg]

25

1.639

5.9

32

1.470

6.6

7.1.8

Aluminium
programme

Accessories
Aluminium products, which are very effective and easy for
installation with faultless functionality, can highlight the originality
of any building. Primary material used is aluminium sheet with
final komaxit coating. This guarantees a high quality and life time
of the parts as well as a colour range according to the request of
acustomer.

Different dimensions can be produced upon agreement.


OO

High shape variability

OO

No standard shapes

OO

Upstands for RW and FF panel

OO

Production to individual needs of acustomer

Al louvres

OO

Komaxit coating

The advantages of these products are shape variability and


possibility of any colour coating.

OO

Finished product, no other completion works

Louvers are made for ventilating of buildings, either direct or


connected to a ventilating system.

Technical parameters:
Louvers can be produced upon agreement in dimensions and
shapes according to individual needs of a customer, in max. length
up to 3,000mm and width up to 1,500mm.
OO

High shape variability

OO

No standard shapes

OO

Production to individual needs of acustomer

OO

Komaxit coating

OO

For high-powered operations

Upstands for roof windows


It is possible to produce various dimensions to fit the building, for
Velux and Fenestra roof windows.

Examples of available dimensions:

Roof upstands
Aluminium Upstands allow trouble free sealing for installation on the
roof. As afinal product it does not require any other finishing works.
Optimal usage of Upstands is for RW panels or for flat roofs
(TOPDEK panels/XDEK), alternatively according to the needs of
a customer.

Standard technical parameters:


OO

Width max. 1,000mm

OO

Length max. 3,000mm

OO

Square max. 2m2

OO

Round max. 800mm

7.1.9

OO

7898

OO

78118

OO

78140

OO

78160

Aluminium
programme

Accessories
SUNIZER Tubular Skylight

System Benefits

SUNIZER is absolutely unique structural element distinguishing


mainly for its utilization purpose and its extremely high efficiency. Its
uniqueness consists in using Fresnel lenses which can affect the
final parameters very favourably. Fresnel lenses multiply sunbeams
entering the system and then direct them to the desired place.
Sunizer is suitable also for lowenergy buildings the closed air
column combined with the thermal insulation around the tube acts
as an excellent insulating material.
Roof skylights Sunizer are suitable for the RW and FF element.
They are available in following diameters:
OO

430mm

OO

530mm

OO

Brings healthy daylight into the interior.

OO

Excellent light multiplication and dispersion thanks to the Fresnel


lenses

OO

Helps to meet the norms for illumination of buildings with


daylight.

OO

Easy instalation perfect installation system into the roofs


(030).

OO

Brings financial savings for saved electrical energy.

OO

Up to 90% energy saving during the day

Maximum total length of panel with skylight is 3.000mm (cut


back+Jdimension + 650mm + Idimension).
The Sunizer is placed in the middle of the panel width.

00 mm)

I (min. 5
650 mm
00 mm)

J (min. 3

250 mm

CB
mm)
(20-300

d
H (0-300

7.1.10

530 mm

mm)

A (430;

Passage Piping
Packing

Accessories
Dektite Square
Pipe Collar
Suitable for the sealing of metall roofs and pipes.

Benefits:
OO

Perfect sealing for wall and roof.

OO

Thermal change in lengths of the pipes will not be disabled.


Fatigue fractures are impossible.

Order Number

for pipes with


[mm]

P23a

DFE 035

P23b

DFE 555

Reference

Base
[mm]

Roof Pitch
[]

EJOPLAST cartridge
[ml]

EJOT COLORDRIL
Drilling screws pcs.

035

9999

060

80

555

137137

035

80

P23c

DFE 5070

5070

178178

035

80

12

P23d

DFE 5120

5120

218218

035

80

16

P23e

DFE 110170

110170

284284

035

80

20

P23f

DFE 160220

160220

365365

035

80

28

P23g

DFE 160300

160300

453453

035

310

32

P23h

DFE 290440

290440

581581

035

310

40

Dektite Retrofit
Pipe Collar
Suitable for the sealing of pipes in bad reachable locations.

Benefits:
OO

Ideal for the repair of already existing pipesystems .

for pipes with


[mm]

Base [mm]

Roof Pitch []

EJOPLAST cartridge
[ml]

EJOT COLORDRIL
Drilling screws pcs.

RF 801

2070

160

040

80

12

RF 802

50185

273

040

80

19

P23o

RF 803

85255

369

040

80

25

P23p

RFS 4

235425

780680

0400

310

57

Reference

Order Number

P23m
P23n

7.1.11

Passage Piping
Packing

Accessories
Dektite Strip Flash
Pipe Collar
Benefits:
Suitable for the sealing of rounded and rectangular pipe cross
section.

OO

OO

The edge of the sealing collar is stretchable <25% (accordion


principle).

OO

For a height of profile up to 35mm.

Remark:
OO

For the installation of rectangular pipes you need to use rivets


and drilling screws. Potentially the pipe needs to be drilled
through.

Reference

Type

Dimensions

Silikon W15
[ml]

EJOT COLORDRIL
Drilling screws pcs.

P23r

DSFBNGRF

3.1 m245 mm

2310

134

P23s

DSFEG

10.0 m245 mm

5310

410

Dektite Soaker
Pipe Collar
Suitable for the sealing of pipes with huge openings.
Benefits:
Ideal positioning because of the huge base.

OO
OO

Simple and safe installation.

OO

Sealing of pipes and roofs in one working step. Prevention from


rainwater back pressure.

for pipes with


[mm]

Base
[mm]

Roof Pitch
[]

EJOPLAST cartridge
[ml]

EJOT COLORDRIL
Drilling screws pcs.

DF 602

75155

410360

060

80

30

DF 603

114254

485460

060

80

36

P23k

DF 605

254406

708635

060

310

52

P23l

DF 606

380610

1 415905

060

310

96

Reference

Order Number

P23i
P23j

7.1.12

Fastening &Sealing
Components

Accessories
Ref. Description
P01

Self-drilling or self-tapping screw with sealing washer, callot and plastic cap to be determined by the designer (for panel/construction
crown locations) (see chapter Fixing srews)

P02

Selfdrilling or self-tapping screw (with thread under head) with sealing washer, plastic cap to be determined by the designer (for panel/
construction crown locations) (see chapter Fixing srews)

P03

Selfdrilling screw with groove under the head and sealing washer to be determined by the designer (for sheet steel/sheet steel)

P04

Selfdrilling or self-tapping screw (with thread under head) with sealing washer (plastic cap) to be determined by the designer (for
panel/construction valley locations) (see chapter Fixing srews)

P06

Selfdrilling or self-tapping screw with countersunk head to be determined by the designer (for panel/construction)

P07

Single side rivet 410 AI/E (for sheet steel/sheet steel inside)

P08

Single side closed rivet 4.810 AI/E (for sheet steel/sheet steel outside)

P09

Single side rivet 4.815.1 AI/E (for sheet steel/construction)

P10

Shank with a nut (2 pieces), sealing washer (2 pieces), callot (2 pieces) and plastic cap (As per eaves gutter specification)

P11

PU self-adhesive sealant tape 102 (10 mm expanded)


(to seal points between flashing components and panel with wave profile)

P12

PE profiled sealing filler B (outside) specify type of panel

P13

PE profiled sealing filler A (inside) specify type and thickness of panel

P14

PE self-adhesive sealant tape 93 mm (Under flashing components)

P15

PVC self-adhesive sealant tape 96 mm (to panel side lap)

P16

PE self-adhesive sealant tape 203 mm (for panel overlap and flashing components)

P17

PE self-adhesive sealant tape 205 mm (between panel and structure)

P18

PU self-adhesive sealant tape 204 (20 mm expanded) (to seal joints between panel and wall, concrete or dilatation)

P19

PE self-adhesive sealant tape 308 mm or 2 pieces of tape 205 mm (to seal winder joints)

P20

Butyl self-adhesive sealant tape 155 mm or 156 mm (P20B) (for waterproof and vapor connections)

P21

Butyl self-adhesive sealant tape 103 mm (for waterproof and vapor connections)

P22

Nailing screw with dowel to be determined by the designer (see chapter Fixing srews)

P23

Passage piping packing to be determined by the designer (see chapter Passage piping)

P24

Concrete anchorage steel to be determined by the designer

P25

Self-drilling screw with groove under the head and sealing washer to be determined by the designer (for sheet/insulation/sheet with
thickness 620mm)

P26

PE profiled sealing filler (or piece of sealant tape P18) for side lap of panel FH and AWP specify type of panel

P27

Laplox/Translap stitching screw 916 to be determined by the designer (for the connection of roof panel HTL, PC
andPCDoubleSkin)

P28

Galvanised self-drilling screw and plate washer to be determined by the designer (for fixing of the membrane coated metal to panels)

P29

Butyl self-adhesive sealant tape 4mm diameter (for waterproof and vapor connections)

P30

Nailing rivet to be determined by the designer (for concrete, metal, wood, masonry)

P31

Nailing dowel with pre assembled nail and thread for dismantling to be determined by designer (for concrete, solid and hollow
masonry, atc.)

P32

Single side rivet TPR with sealing washer (for fixing panels and gutters)

P33

FabLok stainless single side screw (for fixing KS1000 TOPDEK to cold rolled purlins)

P34

Self-tapping screw with plate to be determined by the designer (for fixing the plastic spacers profile under the roof panels HTL, PC and
PCDoubleSkin)

P35

Insulating pipe ARMAFLEX AC to be determined by the designer (for the expansion joint)

P37

Self-drilling screw with drill washer to be determined by the designer (for the fixing roof panel TOPDEK or XM, XB or XG)

P38

Self-tapping or self-drilling screw and plate washer to be determined by the designer (for the fixing flat roof panel/construction)

P39

Nailing spike and sealing washer to be determined by the designer (for the fixing panel/concrete)

P40

PE profiled sealing according to thickness of the AWP panel to be determined by the designer (under WL panel)

P41

Butyl self-adhesive sealant tape 221.5 mm (for waterproof and vapor connections)

Note: Index p indicates bigger diameter of sealing washer for applications as below:
OO

19 mm for KS1000PC or PCDouble Skin fixing system

OO

22 mm for KS1000FR, FH, FA and FF fixing system

OO

29 mm for KS1000HTL (in position valley)

7.1.13

Flashing Components
Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

15

K101

colorcoated side)

110

1,000

= specify roofslope ( or %)

15

110

Notes

46
max. length
= 6,000 mm
34

11

121

cut-out panel profile

1,000

30

30
160

varies for
300 (SR) panels
280RW, FF, TOPDEK
indication of roof panel type required 15
12 max. length = 1,000 mm
15

46

21

120

cut-out panel profile

280

300

K103a

15

80

235
3090

60

280

120 + B
15

45

80

150

235
90

200

250

min. 120

15
120 + B

120 + B
15
15

15 20
60
5
15

15

280
min. 10 15

1-1

50
120 + B

15 d

60
0
12

15

40

15

30

15

15

120 + B

15
15

15

280

60
100
200
40

45

70

15

20

120 + B
30
15
250

45
10

25

100 15

350
15

120 + B

75

7.2.14

15

35

45

30

15
20 10
5

min. 10

25

75

250

280

15

min. 10

= specify roofslope ( or %)

250

350 250 B

30
120 + B

15

15

20
60max. length = 6,000 mm
15
70 45

d
200

d
15

15 2 B
350
45
30

350

80

50

d+34

50

15
X
12030
10
min.
30
80
= specify
roofslope
or %) d 20
60 20 (10
30
20
max.
length
=
6,000
mm
180 2 8
160
15
4515
5
120 + B
15

15

min. 120

60

50

20

min. 10
15

15
0
30
12 min. 10
+

20

15

40 15

1545
15
45

min. 10

d+34
d+40

80

min. 10

150

350 2 B 15
1-1 15
25

40 15

15

12

min. 10

200
X

350 2 B

d+40 60
15100

120 + B

15

45

15

5030 15
15

20

45 120
15 15

70

15
25
100

300

20

d+35

160

250
35
12

15
160

200

120

1-1

235

70 45

15
15
15

15

15

20

12

100

280 15

120

30
15

15

350 2 B 100

12
min. 10

15
180 2 8

15

15

180 2 8
50

235

20

max. length = 6,000 mm

15
15
30
250
60

70

cut-out panel profile

250

350

121350 152 B

d300

45

160

30 200
60

15

max. length = 6,000 mm

=200
specify roofslope( or %)

cut-out panel
60profile

15 20
5

15 1

80
15
1-1

250
+
50 20
1
d+35
K104

30

20

50 20
60 1

1515

21

20

180 2 8

30

15

20

34

11

15

15 30
K103d
30200

34

11

1,000 15

46

15

45

120350

12

46

60

121

80

1,000 d
280

15 15

45

15

15
15

15

80

60

= specify 15
roofslope ( or
70 %)
45

150

15

15

40
120 50

20

1 15
160

15

150

60

15
300

15

80

60

min. 120

15

15
15

165

15

40

40 15

60

40 15

15d+40

K103c 15

10

1250
110

110
350

cut-out panel profile

90

15

15
25

121

280

60

15 20
5

46

121

15

12

15

45 120
15
15

280

K103b

15

20
d+40

165

180 2 8

60

30

min. 120

235

15

12

30

max. length = 6,000 mm

15
25

165

15

15

280
( or %)
15 = specify roofslope

300
15

15

12

0 1,000

180 2 8

20

160 15 20
30
5

121

60

20 60

180 2 8

160

135

280

80

20

min. 120

235

235

30

120

150

30

15

165

34

1511

15
K102

60

min. 120

110

121

280

15

300

cut-out panel profile

20 2 8
15 180
5

90
15
235
30 45
250

45 1,000
120
280
8
60180 215
100

min. 10
11

121

15
cut-out panel profile
235 25

250
120 + B
K108 30
30 180 290
8
15

45 120
60
min. 1015

280

min. 120

45 12K109
0
180 2 8
15

235

15
40 15

60
min. 10

200
15

350 2 B

35022BB
350

15

min. 10

15

15

90

350
120 + B

65 45

60

50

40D+20 d

40

121

121

150

15

90
(89)

30

15
d
+

45
465
5
30
280
280
15
min.min.
10 10 1530
B
40

120 + B

92

15
63
350 2 B
15
30
d
350

30

120120
+ B+ B

92

10

30

120
120
+ B+ B

15

30
min. 10 1535
280280

7.2.15

60

15
120
20
++B B10
120
5
250
75
40

50

50

10

10

84

40

160

15

40

100

max. length = 6,000 15


mm

50

75

15
min. 10

30
15

15
15

63 350 2 B
15

120120
+B +B

75

20

45

100

40

95

+
90

350 18

70
C

d = specify roof panel insulation thickness

350

15
89

40

min.min.
10 10

200

350 2 B

160

15

35

75

15

min. 120
min. 120

350

15

15

= specify roofslope ( or min.


%)
28010

30

min. 10

100

200

10

280 15
35
15

+
0
0
15

min.1010
min.

45

15

15 15
120 + B

250

45

15

50
40

12

100

5 10
60
min.
max. 4length
= 6,000 mm200
15
70 45
10
30

15

250
200350 2 B

50

75

15

+B
12015

15 45
15 250
30

15
250 20 10
120 + B 15 5

45

15
350
2 B2 B
350

15

min. 120
min. 120

K110

40

135

60

+B
120

80
+

25

60
= specify roofslope20
( or %)

35020 2 B
15
15 20
5

150

d+40

15

25
75 15

1515

45
40 15

min. 1015280
15

12

15

15

in. 120

min. 120

15

X15

15

15
15
25

160

30

50

15

15
200

15

15

120
80 + B
250
60

15

X
15
15
30 1
25
25 15
15
30
15
45
250
80 120
120
15
75
75
60

B
350

=
specify
roofslope
(
or
%)
20
20
60
+
60 min. 10
0
50 15
20
d = specify
12 20
20 panel insulation thickness
15

15
15
70 45
180
2 8 = 6,000 mm
5 length
160
200
max.
60
15
d
15

min. 10

15

15

80

3080

45

15
280

60
15

15

d+40

120 + B

15

+B
12090

4515

40 15

15 15
15
min. 10280 30

15
25

15

45

d+40

15

60 20

2280
B 15

min. 120

235

15

15
15
15
30
min. 10
15

120
15

15
1540

50 20
1
20
80
20200
60
60
15 = 6,000 mm 180 2 8
160max. length
15 20
15
15
300 5
d
60
15
30
15
d 12

45

100

34

45
80
120 15
X

250
+

15

30
15

20

d+40

200

46

70

15

280
350 2 B
15

15

30

25 profile
cut-out panel

12

15

100

15
200
180

300

10

15

150

15
110

235
1

280
100

121

15

34

11

160 mm
max.
length = 6,000
15

46
70 200
45

121 15

15

15
K107

12

20

6060
15

50

120
60
20
15

165

15

80

150

15

60

15

30
15

20

15 1,000 15
45180
30 2 8

30

15

20
280
15
15 20
5

110

30

60 50

15

80

cut-out panel profile


70
235

150

K106

110

+
0
12

165

80

15

15

10
12

165

80

15

15

46 70 45

15
121

235

150

60

34

15
1

max. length = 6,000 mm

20

160

15
11

15

15
15
40 15
15

60

160

X=
280specify dimension

15

15

15 110

20

15

60

2060
1

135

110

20

60

160

280

30
15
30
1,000

min. 120

15

30

15 1

80

120

K105

35

120

90

15

12

cut-out panel profile

cut-out
15 panel profile

12

165

46
160 34
11

Notes
300
121

180 2 8

165

15
15

21

20

300
colorcoated
side)

(all dimensions in milimetres,

46

15

C
18 B35
350

89

15
0

121

Ref.
280

20
110

110
160 Profile

1,000

120

15

1,000

120

12

121

34

11

300

min. 120

46

121

Accessories

Flashing Components
Specification

1,000

75

40

121

300

300

46
34

11

12

121

120

cut-out panel profile

120

Flashing Components
Specification

20

Accessories

20

180 2 8

160

280

15

160

15

15
15

Ref.
15

15

15

12

15

15

20

60

15

121

120 + B

120

100
280
300

160
15

15

165

min. 10
20

20

60

20
180 2 8 15 K113
5
min. 10

160
15
min. 10

min. 120

15

60

30
15

20

40 250

15

90

89

280

30

X
84

15

15
75

75

25
40
173

25

40
75

75
15

50

45

135

C
63
15

C
30

92

10

65 45
30
15

15

15

C
25

350 2 B

89

63
30 roofslope ( or %)
= specify

75

15

175 (173)
120 + B

25

92

15
max. length
= 6,000 mm

75

15

15

30

60
10

10

d
350

15

120 + B
15
160

15
30
min. 10

45

65 45

18

35

40

min. 120

250

4010

75

160

30

15

45
30
50
60
15
20 10
5

120 + B

75
200
15

30

15

15

15
20 10
5

250

15

15

100

35

00

45

15
30
min. 10

30

45

15

350
350 2 B

K114

min. 10
100
min. 10
200

4515

10

135

40

75

200

30
15

20

max. 10
length = 6,000 mm

25

75

100
70

25

15
50

15

30

200

70 45
280

15

10

120 + B
100

280

20

60

15

45

15
d

350 2 B

120 + B70

45

30

15
75

C
60

30

70 45
15

15

min. 120

120 + B

30
15
min. 1020 30

60

25

15

45

15

25

250
12

250

200
15

max. length = 6,000 mm

15

X
120

12

120 + B

20

15

15
B

75

300

15

60

30
30

100

200

180 2 8

160

70

300

min. 120

120
20

45

15
30
min. 10
20 30
15

15

45

15

15 10

45

min. 10300
15

12

250

70 45

15

15

K112

max. length = 6,000 mm

20

250

60

15 20
5

15

30

350 2 B

200

100

15

15

80

15
100

60

30
15

20

160

200

80

10

12

70

45

180 2 8

15

165

60 15

20

150

K111

20

80

Notes

70 45

15

15

50
15

120

300

135

colorcoated side)

30

20

60

120

anel profile

160

60

Profile
(all dimensions
in milimetres,
15 20
15
12

40 15

300

20

60

165

121

80

35

15

15

7.2.16

15
15
20 10
C4 5

10

270

15
15

15

300

20

45

60
15

100 30
20
15 15
15

250
100

45

15
K117

250
15
30
min.1510

100

200
250

45
d

15
30

25

45

95

135

5015
75

40

15

350
65

65 45

92
30
65 45 15
30
15

40

30
15
15

B 75

63
30
15

92
63

max. length = 6,000 mm


15

C
1-1
B

15

d+35

50

L
d

C
B

135

173

175 (173)

1
L

10

1-1

7.2.17

B
C

160

65

15
45

84

10

173
84

X
d

15

89

89

63
15

63
d

35

18

50

30
15

max. length = 6,000 mm

92

75

40

65

45

15

max. length = 6,000 mm

85
92 (84)

50
15

60

350

75

40

50

K122

45

10

40

15

40
75

40
15

15

40

40

10

75

15

10 35
3015

+
1500
9020 110
(89) 5

15

45

15
20C 10
5
60

60
50

15
350
20 10
5

K121

30

280
40
12

D+20

10
120 + B

40

30

135

135

1530

30

15

300

10

15
20 10
5

90

45

120 + B

15

15
75

350 2 B

15

25

50

45

350

15

15

75

15
15

350

280

15

75

10

40

25
75

min. 120

25

K120

min. 10

75

15

10
max. length = 6,000min.
mm

max. length = 6,000 mm

15

12

15

15

15 60

120 + B

300

350 2 B

15
350

d = specify panel insulation thickness

min. 10
25
75

120 + B

120 + B

75

25

25 75
75

25
d

75

280

15

15

60

350 2 B

30
15
250
30
min. 10
15
30

30

250
60

30

60

30

120 + B

15

120 + B

350 2 B

200

120 +
15B

120 + B

45

15

max. length = 6,000 mm

200

15

min. 10

15
30
min. 10
280
120 + B
K118
280

30
15

20
10

100

30

45

5 %)
= specify roofslope (4or

250

30

10

200

100
15 250

15
1530
min. 10

min. 10

45

200

min. 120

70

250
15

10
350 2 B
45

10
20
20 30
70 1545 200

45

min. 10
200

30

15
100

15

15

45

70

45

200

15

250

20

15

100

70

45

15
30
15

15

200

0 15

15

15

70 45 100

15

80

15

70

15
15

min. 120

60

30

K115

5
45

Notes

15

60

15

colorcoated side)

15

15

1520
15
15 20

70 45 15 60

60

12
160

15

15

X
60

15

12

165

60

20
15

50

20
180 2 8
20
20
15
15

15
5
20
15
80
60
5

60

20

15

15

90

15

15

40 15

min. 120

20

165

120

165

120

160

12

80

d+40

45 120
Profile
2 8
15 in180
(all dimensions
milimetres,
15
15
30
15
60
30
20
16060
20
15
15
70 45

15

Ref.

120300 160
90
160

300

15
25

20

180 220
8120

300
180 2 8

12

12

12

12

15
12

135

160
20

120

120

20

15 20
5

15

160

120

160

300

120

20

60

300

Accessories
12

80

300

Flashing Components
Specification

180 2 8
15

121

12

-out panel profile

235

150

121

000

235

300

160

121

15

d+34

B
15

15

160

25

85

50
75

15
85

10

93

97

90

160
L

200

80
15

D+2

B
15

15

6715

80
L

235
D + 205
15

80

75
15
15

00

25

75

80

270
80

D + 20

50

50

30

A
75

15
D + (X + d) + 55

160

75

10

30

35
15

95

15

15

50

160

135

25

90

10 235
0

85

50

270
C

90

85

0
10100

45
25

18
30 15

7.2.18
25

D + 205
15

25
30

93

90

15

120

15

30

see gutter system specification


15
270

97

15
25

85

D + (X + d) + 55

B
80

B
15

10

90

15
25

200
90

A
B
15
15

B
270
15

10

80

80

90

10

160

D + 20

30 15

93

80

18

97

270
D

K127

135

173

160

95

45

175 (173)
D + (X + d) + 55

X
A

84

15

see gutter system specification

15

67

15

45

85
(84)

30

135

15

40
50

10

65

75

173
40

89

10

45

15

75

160

235
35

160
A

60

175 (173)

35

18

15
75

K126

D+20

15

95

160

85 0+
0
90 1
173
(89)
120

50

10

175 (173)

84

350

90

15

95

10

10

90

60

17

15

max. length = 6,000 mm

B15

35

84

200

63

D = specify wall panel thickness


X

270

160

160

135

160

160

95

40
30
15

0
10

90

15

85
(84)

40

89

min. 120

min. 120

min. 120

95

+
90

350

35

89 30
15

175 (173)

50

84

92

18

65 45

10

15

5065
45

415
5

80

15
85
(84) 75
12040+18
B
35

15

10

15

15

89

280

35

10

350 = 6,000 mm
max. length
18
350 2 B

+
0

15

D+20 15

60

35

85
(84)

15
65
15

+
45
0
075
90 1
40
(89)30
15

60

B
120 + B

30

10

15
90
350

350

10

15

K125

10

min. 10
35

40

0
10

120 + B

15
20 10
5

15

40
90
(89)

60

40

40

max.280
length = 6,000 mm

160

min. 10

50

40 60

D+20

45

35

15
350 2 B

15

350
90

min. 120

min. 120

120 + B

280

15

120 + B

280

K124

40

50

120 + B
15

90
9)

15

15

min. 120

min. 10

50

50

350
63 2 B
15

15

30
15

120 + B

120 + B
350

92

120 + B
30
350 2 B

min. 10

Notes280

90

40

15
30
min. 10

min. 10

65 45

75

75

45

min. 10

B
colorcoated
side)

15
75K123
40 250

75

min. 120

min.
12010
+B

15
15

min.
25 10

25

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

15

250

120 + B
15

200

15

min. 1030

350 2 B

280

100280

350 2 B

Ref.

30

350 2 B

15

100
60

200

Flashing Components
Specification

15

15
B 20
120 + 15
10
5

45

15
30
min. 10

150

135

Accessories

45
120 +15B

45

250

15

50

min. 1060
15
45
250 15
10
30

15

15
15

15

C
+
20

2B

15

80

250

40 15

15

d+40

350 2 B

15

15

15
45 120
15

15
25

15

90

250
200

90
+

D + 20

67

15

45
10

Flashing Components
Specification

120 + B

0
10

50
B

Profile
63
30
(all dimensions
15 in milimetres,
15

C
15

15

90

60

90
(89)

D+20
L

200

60

85

45

B
235

65

85
(84)50

120

30

15

15

89

max. length = 6,000 mm


X

75

35

35

84

0
10

15

18

15

0
10

15
d

0
10

K128

15
+

0
10

160

90

10

350

Notes

270

35

95

45

40
B

colorcoated side)

15

15

50

40

350

160

92

65 45

75

90
+

15

160

Ref.
40

40

120 + B

280

173

15

Accessories

160

min. 10

135

min. 10

84

75

350 2 B

30

15
20 10
5

89

15

15

50

15

min. 120

15

173

175 (173)
15

B
D
25

90

95

10

30

270
67

25

15
80

80

= specify roofslope ( or %)
18

80

120

235

max. length = 6,000 mm

10

85

K129

135

160

D + 20

30 15

B
15

50

D + 205
15

35

75

15

15

D + (X + d) + 55

67

18

15

90

K130

30 15

10

10

85

85

50

D = specify wall panel thickness


d = specify thickness
X = specify value

10

D + 205
75

15

15

7.2.19

80

max. length = 6,000 mm

50

75

30
25

160

80

90
160

80

D + 20

25
15

97

80

270

93

95

160

175 (173) 15

173

173

15

65 45

75
Profile
10 40
40
(all
dimensions
in
milimetres,

colorcoated
side)
15
30

90

80

120
18

235

30 15D = specify wall panel thickness

max. length = 6,000 mm


15

15

max. length = 6,000 mm

50
75

30 15
35
15

80

18

D = specify wall panel thickness


80

15

D + 205
15

95

15

80

L
10

85

K135

67

D = specify wall panel thickness


L = specify height

max. length = 6,000 mm

D + 20
80
80
18
30 15

D + 205
15

7.2.20

15

max. length L= 6,000 mm 15 L

160

67

D + 20

B K134

270

15

75

15

75

80

50

200

25

35

15

10

90

95

30

15

15

25

D + 205
15

15

235

85

30 15
120

80

270
67

50

75
35

D + 20

80

10

15

10

18
85
30 15

80
18

15

0 67

80

1545

15

95

D + 20

D + 205

15

90

25

50
75

25

B
15

30

A
B

235
B

10

160

15
35

15

200

K133

75

15

80

50120

235

25

120

D + 205

15

10

25
45
3015

270

0K132

85

67
270

D90
+ 20

max. length = 6,000


85 mm

80

15
63

30
15

75

15

270

10

B
92
15

50

15

B
15 45
65

200

95

40 50

15

75

160

10

40

10

160

L
160

160

85

200

15

173
00
85

90

0
10

50
173

75

90

25 45

75

15

90

0
10

85

00
115

0
10

84

15

15

30

235

B
Notes

63

25

15

45

135

90

K131

10

B
89
15

15

97

160

80

93

270

92

D + (X + d) + 55

15
20 10
5

30
15

50

15 B

135

75

15

45

160

135

175 (173)
350
350 Ref.
2B

dB

84

15

X
0
10

84

200

15

Flashing Components
Specification

89

45

15
20 10
5

90
+

89
35

0
10

85
(84)
C

15

18

15
30

75

9
0+

35

18

120 + B

30
15

15

50

160

120 + B

160

95

10

40

50

15

10

25

Accessories

0
10

30

90
(89)

280

85
(84)

15

25
75

0
10

80
65

35

15

30

40

45

15
60+
0
10

90
(89)
D+20

350 2 B

min. 10

35

15

95

15

160

15

30

30

min. 10

135

10

270

10

90

15

160

Flashing Components
Specification
d

0
10

Accessories
85

120

50

235
15

15

150
bar 8 mm

fastener

150

25

30 15

30

40

d
d

bar 8 mm
15
fastener

45

135

15

see gutter system specification

80

80

C
bar 8 mm
fastener

K136

Notes

25

25
D

18

95

40

colorcoated side)

67

40

150

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

D + 20

75

35

45

K137

200

max. length = 6,000 mm

200

15
d

15

15

50

d = specify insulation core thickness

d + 50
55

15

15

15

250

15

15

d + 50

15

70
15

20
50

35

60

45

15

70

15
15
50

15
15

B
90
15

15

15
D+X

80

80 80

15

35 15
20
30 15
30
20

20
45
d + 5030
15

7.2.21
15

D + 40
15

D + 65
15
20
d + 50
15

15
D + X100

D + 20

45 70
40
15
15 30
15
40
15
15

35

15

15

+ 15
DD+X10

70
30 15
15
40

4
D+X+1

20

15

15

15

250
15
20
100

15

15

15
15

15

D 10
15
X

120

70

25 15
20

15
15

120

15
15
30 15 15
135
30
8

15
15

30

70

D
35

15

X = specify dimension

15
B = specify roofslope
(
or
%)
D +20
40 D + X + 15
90
max.
length
= 6,000 mm
D + 65D +
20
20
D + 20
45
30
45
90
45
40
15
40

15
20 15
50
20
D + 65
20
45200
45
3070
15
15

50

15

250
15

60

20d + 15
100
15

85

30
15
80

70

70

40

50
45
70

70 70

20 15
20
20

d + 100

35
15

90

15

20
45

15
15

15

15

250

15

50 D

45 D + 20

40

70
70

15

200
d + 100

45
15

95

35

D(d) + 2

70
15
50
50

93

20
45

100

10

0
12
15 35

45

D + 40 15
90

15

50
50

15

53

35

15

50
45 D + 20

20
45
40 D(d) +15
2
15

20

93

250
D(d) + 2

15

15

K140

53

100

93

35

200

15 length = 6,000
max.
35
15 mm
15
35
15
15
60
20
15D
20
50
60
B
20
15
50 15
50
45
90
50
40

95

53

100

15

45

d = specify
250 insulation core thickness

15

45 D + 20

10

= specify roofslope ( or %)

55

K139

15

0
12

45

250

95

30

50

250
15

55

250

15

max. length = 6,000 mm

55

15
30

95

K138

X 45

30

d + 50

1
15

90

5530

55

350

45

135

200

ener

20

bar 8 mm

90

350

150

25

350

45

50 45
15

d
d
D

40

Flashing Components
Specification
bar 8 mm

135

15 30

15

350

20

5 50

D + 50

15 length = 6,000 mm
max.

15

250

50

95

20
5 D + 20
X 424
X
35
15 26 25
15
15
26 1

93
n.
mi

15 wall panel thickness


D = specify
50
50

20

50

20
20
15
0
12 45 X
50
d
15
70
15

45

135

d + 100
200

1510
D =60specify20wall
thickness
50
15
45 panel
D + 65 B
D + 20
90
45
= specify insulation
core thickness
30 33
4
max. length
= 6,000 mm 40 5
3515

20

D + 40

15

200

15
15
15
15
d + 100
20
55
15
15 D 10
15
72
20 15
15
15D + X
53 250
20 80 D15
4580
D = specify100
wall panel thickness
60
20
15
15
50
20
15
100
B
20 D + X + 15
K145
15
45
250 120
D + 40
15
50
max.
D(d) + 2
90 length = 6,000 mm
70 40
70
7015
D + 65
15 3045
d + 50 20
zadn plocha 9030
D70+ 20
15
4
5
15
20
20
15 50
50 13
70
30
15
50
D 150
15
15
5
45
135
30 30 30D(d) + 80
30 50
150
45 D + 20
15
40
90
15
35
30
30
90
30
15
15
90
35
90
35
20
15
15
90
15
15
30
30
15
20
20
34
d
+
100
30
30
35
8
30
30
eln
plocha
30

30
50
15
53
15
1515
15
1201515 5
15 15
35 30 D + 30
15
D
20
15 120
60
length = 6,000 mm
K146
max.
20
15
50
15
15
B
50
25
25
40
40 70
20
4515
D+100
15
30 45 30
4
245
D + 40
5 XD+56
50
15
33
X
D(d) + 2
40
90
15
D
10
15 35
35
D+X
20
+
X
+
15
D
20
D +8053
20
80
35
15
100
50
15
15
15
15
15 15
45
X 70
X
70
70
D + 65
20
15
15
120
24
D 4
D + 20
X
90
5
15 26 50
15
15
15
50
d
+
50
70
30
1550
70
60 D
35
100
15
45
50
70
15
28
28
26 160
40
15
15 15
15
30
30
15
20
20
55 35
30
30
d + 100
15
D + 20
135 72 60
7.2.22
60
35

34
1
15
20
15
45
20 15
15
100
D
+
115
35
15
longer side of flashing
15
20
56
D + 65 1545
34 X
15
8

30

1530
35

15 30
40
15

93

95

15

20

250
15

35
15
45

20 15

12

15
15
50

95

15
D

45

B
10

max. length = 6,000 mm

100

15

15
50

60

20

15

150

n.
9
min 3
. 3

93

15

15
20
50 13
5

15

mi

93

25 15
d
d +20
50
X
XX+ 30
45
55
40
50 45 15 26
26 15
15
15
15
26
0
15

15
45 50

53

15
250

35

50

20
250
70 50
70
45
D(d) + 2
40
15
50
D
15
15
30
15
D + 53
20
50
45 XX D + 60
X
24
15 26 35
15
15 15
60
250
35
26 1
15
70

15 15

15

D(d) + 80

mi
n.

30

40

35
20 15
45

15
100

K144

D(d) + 2
250

40

15

55

53

35

20

30

45 X D + 60

90

250

93

350

15100

45 D + 20

d + 50

15

55

15
30

120

15

15
30 15 15
130
35 30
d

85

15

4055
70

15

95

30 15

40

15

20

90

15

35

K143

40

50
15 45

1
15

350

X + 3055

45

100
15

15 15

D + 20

15 30

25
d + 15
50
20

20

45

93

mi

15
250
D + X + 15

30

95

20

55

n.

200

15

15
15

d + 100

25

D =4 specify panel thickness

90

40

15

15
15
30 15 1555 30
135
30

40

15

45

d + 50C

135

40

fastener
D + 40

30

30 15

150

35
200

55

90

25

K142

200

15

90

95

15
15

15

15

20 200
15
bar 8 mm
B

350

250

45

40

max. length = 6,000 mm

25
bar 8 mm
fastener

15
45
50

25

150

15

10

D + 50

200

200

150

K141

d
d 40

250

45

15

fastener

90

15

200

bar 8 mm

45

15

10

0
12

45

Notes
30

colorcoated side)

50

40

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

fastener

150

Accessories

25

15

95

45

95

1
15

25 15
20

95

90

45
15

mi
n.

95

93

85

90

15

min
. 3 5

85

1
+2

90

45
100

85

30

Profile
250
(all dimensions in milimetres,
15

90

45
250 15
60
15
20
K148

20
50

15
50

70

D + 65

20
45

30

15

15

200

15
40

15

d + 100

45
20
250
15
15
20 D + X + 15

D + 20

90

D + X + 15
15
250

45 200

55

15
35

150

20
d 40
15
15
= specify
15 15
30 D 15
30wall panel thickness
135
30
45 50
100
max.
15 length = 6,000 mm
D + 50
25
15
15
20
15
20
15
45 X + 30
40
X
50 45
15
15
15
30
15
15
d
d
30 15

350 40
X

40

15
20

95

200

15 30

D + 40

90

20

45

15

15 15

d + 100

45

D + 50

35

95

X
15

200

20

200

90

d + 50

350

35

45

15

10

15

bar 8 mm
fastener

15

250
15

D + 40

93

200

(difference of
30= specify
30 dimension
15
15 B
15
15
panels
thicknesses) 30 15 15 d
20040
40
30
135
max. length = 6,000 mm 30
15

135

90

15

90

45

15

15

mi
n.

15

45

35
15

45

15
10 d50 d

60

Notes

20

40

D + 50

15

colorcoated
fastenerside)

150

50 15
20

50
0
2
1
X

K147

bar 8 mm

95

35

15 20
45
40

15

250

15

200

25

Ref.

200

15

dd

90

15

15

40

45

25

250

bar
8 mm
200

fastener

10

15 0
12

45

Flashing Components
Specification

250

50

200
15

45

Accessories

90

15

40

150

135

45

10

50

20

25

15

93

n.

n.

mi

mi

95

95

min

93

n.

93

mi

90

min
. 3

85

85

95

85

mi

mi

n.

n.

93

93

93

90

95

95

95

mi

n.

85

85

. 3

95

85

15 1530

15
15
K149
50
15
D + 65
20
200
DB + X
D +100
20 D + 40
45
90
0
45
35
20
15
40
d + 50
15
70
30 9015
15
15 30
15

95

15

93

55
100
15
30
50
20max.
30 D +
156,000 mm
25
40 length =
15
15
15 20
15
15
15
15
70 20
50
15

45 X D + 60 20
40
40
30 415 15
D 10
X + 3030
15
50
5
50
1

3
35
0
35
45
405 30
X
45 150
250
12
50 45
D(d) + 80
15
15
15
250
55120
15
15
15
15
15
30
15
15
d
15
20 40
15
15
15
d + 50

50
40
40
30
max. length = 6,000 mm
30
350 15 15
250 K150
55
D + 40
50

1
3
5
5 30
15
4
250
d + 100 15
15
15
15
15
70
15
50 15
15
15 D 10
D + 53
20
34
20
20
15
50 13
1585
50
15
X

90
5 X
24
X
X
X 100
X
X
100
45 15112305
150
30
35
D(d)250
+ 80
15
24
53
25
15
20 D + X + 15
X
50
15
1525026
15
20 15 26 25
15
15
20 26 15D
D+10035
45120XD+56 15 55 15
6015
26 15
20
15
20 15
15
60
50
100
B
45 X D + 60
35
X
+
30
30
1
1
4
4
5
70
26
26
50
D + 20
D(d)26+ 2
35 5
20d 4040
15
40
30 15
X
50
15 30
15
50 45
15
15
15
15
15
d + 50
50
15
5 40

15
15
max. length = 6,000 mm
40K151
30 15 15
30
72
50

1
55
15
15
3
5

15
5 30
4
5
X
100
4
50
45 D + 20
30
250
70
5
25 15
33
15 20
35
15
15

15
20
+
53
D
20
35
45 X D + 60
30
X
15
+
30
34
85
4
15
5
15
15

35 zadnX plocha 9030X


24
X
X
X
40 X
X
34
15
250
d + 100
35
15
24
D
15
50 507045 15
150
15 263025 53
15
15 26 15 3020 15 D
30 15
30
45 XD+56
26 15
1515 26
60 15
20
15
15
60
D
+
115
15
ashing
50
20
15
15
100
B
56
10
15
20 1520
15
15
26
26 1
3050
26 14315530 20
nel
50
50
90
D(d) +302
45
40
50
9090
15
135
15
150
35
D(d) + 80
55
20
90
15
250
15
120
15
724
15
20
2
30
eln plocha 30 7030
70
70
65 30
D15+ mm
20
K152
= 30
6,000
15
100
45 D 5+30 max. length
15 120
D + 20
50
4
30
4
D
+
20
5
15

5 25
15
5 15
5
4
15 20
25
70
30
35
45
D
15
15 15 50
15
0
45
50
35
45 X D + 60 20
30 15
15
20
15 zadn
40
45 X + 30
20
50 9030
50
plocha
1
15

3
35
40
5
5
34
3
15
15
1
15
150
d
+
100
5 15
15
D(d) + 80
35
15 33
150
15 53
30 30 30
30
250
15
D
20
60
20
15
D + 53
20
5035
56
15
15
100 43
B
20
D + 77
15
20 15 35
30
15
30
90 100
D + 40
15
50 15
3545
24
X D(d) +30
X
X
X 45
X
15
15
15
2 X
40
90
15
90
35
90
28
28
60
24
D
2030
15 15
15 20 D + X + 15
30
15 26
15 D + 215 26
15 30
90
50
2615 15
26 25
15
D 20
= specify
thickness
30 15 20
30 wall35panel
30
30
15 eln plocha
15 30D+30
60 30
20
20
30 30
20
4515
4015
10
70
70
701
+
65
D
20
1
+
X
D
15
K153 26
120 D
1

5
30 5
D +80
60 15max.
60
26
15
26 80
Dmm
+ 20
50
15
=
6,000
12103 length100
15
4
50 18
9
5
20
45 45 D + 20

25
25
70 33
55
30
100 50
D
1535
15 1545
15
45
120
D + 53
20
35
35
72
30
15
20
20
40
50 115
15 d + 50
15X
50
35 X
24
X
X
70
15 45
135
150
D(d) + 80
24
d + 100
D
15
15
15 26 25
15
15 26
15
15
15

60
43
15
30
15
1
1
20
15 15
35
100
26
26 9030
15
15 zadn plocha
50
35
15
15
15
X
28 150
60
15
55 28
15
15
15
30
30 20
20 D + X + 15
30 30 50
30
30 D + 2
70
35
20
3072 30 3020
30
15
15
6
D + 20
D 10 mm 34
135
45 60
70
7030
D + 65
D + X 20
K154
max. length85= 6,000
5
30
60
15
70 80
135
90 100
15 X
D + 20
80 4
45
30
20
4590
30
33
90
35 70

10090
30
50
D
15
100
15
15
D+100
53
D + 50
4
20
4
245
120
XD+56
5
5
35

30
30

15
30
20
20
30 30
15
15
40
eln plocha 30 30
zadnXplocha 9030X
15
15d15
120 35
15
+ 50
15
D +1530
15 120
70
15

24
50
D 25
5
15
4
15
15
25
150
15 26
15
45
30
15
15
60
35
15
0
3026 1
15
90
30
35 35
15
15
90 15 15
90
70 15
55
70
30
30
72 15
30
30

20
20
30 30
15
15
eln plocha 30 30
D 10 34
15
120 15
D + X 100
85
45 D + 30
3515
15 120
15
100
50

X
X
80
80 30 25
34
25
28
28
6045
15
15
50

30
30
15 26
1
D+2
35
D+100
15
15
4
20
20
26
245
XD+56
35
120
30
30
5
30
D + 115
longer side of flashing
56
15
D + 20
D + 657.2.23
3520
15 135
45
60
60
35d + 50
crowd in the panel 70

2645
15
1
50
150 20
15
15
15
100

35
15
15

95

mi

mi
n.

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20
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85

34

. 3

90

20

ger side of flashing


80
wd
in the panel
XD+56

15

95

20
45

15
50

100

53

eln plocha 30 30
72
45
30

D + 30
35

45
15

15
35

15
25

33
30
15
35

35
30
35
15
30 30
55

D
60

15
25

28
30
35

20

1
30

15 120

35
90

250

d + 50
15
90
15

40

15

40

100

15

1
15

45 50

10

20

45

45

15

Flashing Components
Specification

200

250

53

250

D(d) + 2 15
40
100

95

350
35

20

15
30

55

15

Accessories

15
15
30 15 15
135
30

30 15

30 40
d

135

C
D + 40

90

15 30

55

50

250

15

35

93

150

15

95

20

90

200

45

40

15

35

15D

20
45

20

15

15
50

60

50

15

B
90

93

95

93

mi
n.

93

90

95

95

95

95

90

mi

n.

93

min

. 3

85

90

85

93

95

90

min
.3

95

mi
n.

+
85

93

90

95

mi
n.

30 15
X
40

40

mi
n.

D + X + 15

93

50
20
10
15
15
15
15
30
15 15
25
15
0
30
30
15 2050
45
2
15
4
5
1
4
50

20135 30 5 D + 20
45
X
45 X D + 60
35 45
X + 30
55
15

35
40
X
30
15
d
15
50 45
15
d
15
15
d +20100
90
Profile
d + 50

15
15
Ref.
Notes
350
15
200
15
55
(all dimensions in milimetres, colorcoated
side)
35
20 15 15
53
15
15
D
20
60250
20
15
15
50
15
50
15
100
B
20
20 D + X + 15
10

45
D + 40
50
D(d) + 2
40
15 70

45
15
70
70
+ 65
D90
20
45 120
15
45 15
70
250
D + 20
15
4
15
X
5
15
100

15
70
30 20 15
30D 50
50
D
20
=
specify
roof
panel
thickness
15
25
50
15
15
135
45
15 50

20
3015
45 D + 20

90 250
15
135
20
150
15
d
D(d) + 80
d = specify insulation40
thickness
K169
45 X D + 60
35
45 X + 30250
15
35
15
40
15

50 45
max. length = 6,000 mm
15 15
200
55
15
d + 100
250
15
50
35 50
15
15
15
10
20015

20 15

7
15
0
30
30
20
45 12 15
15
X35
15
45
15
15
D 10
D+X
X
33 20 15
20
25
D + X + 15
250
15
15
80
80
35
100
30 15
15
53
15
D + 53
20
20
15 30
35
20
7015
70
2015 D + 65
60
15 D 70
15 4520
15
50
120
15 D + 20
B
24
X
X
X 100
X
X
X
15
15
40
40
4
250
X
5
45

24 20
D D + 40
50 45
5070
D + 50
D(d) + 2
D 15 15
20 30 50 d + 50
40
15 26
15 50
15
15
90 4
70 length = 6,000 mm
max.
50 15
126
26 K170
26 25
15
3515
5
60
35 15
1
40
200
150
15
15
15
D(d) + 80
15
15
15
15
26
26 1
26 1
15
250
250
15 55
50
D + 20
90
15
72
15
15
15
35
20
15
45
35
15
15
15
50
34
15
85
15
70 30 15 15

d + 100
X
15
53 15
30 D
3035
15 30
30
15
15 20
15
30
60
D 10
50
20
15
D + X 50
250
33
15 1526 15
zadn
plocha
9030
15
15 D+100
B
4
245
K171 4 80
max.
length
=
6,000
mm
XD+56
40
40
30
15
5
3
80

100
20
5
15
D + 40
+ 53 150
D50
135
20
35
1515
40
90 35
30 26
X
30 D(d)
30+ 2 30
30
15
15
15
250
120
50
24
X
X
X
20
25 15
15
20 D + X + 15
15
15
241530
D
d + 50
20
15
90
15 70 153026
15
70
45
7030
D + 65
20
25
X + 30
15
60
45
90
35
90
50
1590
D + 20 15
45
40
X
15
26 1 90
26 1
50 45
70
70
30
30
30
35
20
D
20
20
30
30
15
eln plocha 30 30
15
15
120 15
55 15450
15
D + 30
15
15
40 12
15

15
2015 40
30
30 15
15
15
25
25
72
15
15
4
15
15
5
d
+
100

60
5
34
15
20
15
4
50
35
15
B
40 8
40 34
30 15 1515 30
30 30 30
D + 40
135
50
5of
45X 50 24
15
flashing 15 20
90
X
X
X
20 15
30
D15+ 115
longer
side
30
56
D + 65 45
D
=
specify
roof
panel
thickness
X
30
100
35
15
15
15
50
crowd in the panel
15
151526
15
154526 25
15 15 15
15
D+100
20 245
25
15
26

20 4D5+ X +XD+56
15
15
15
15
20
15 = specify roofslope ( or %)
70 15
35
30
30 K172
20
35
150 154
100
90
26
26 1
35
70
20D + X D + 65
50
30 15
5
90
D 10
45 X +mm
50
28
28
60
15
max. length
D + 20
1515
40= 6,000
80
80
X
30 45 30 15
100
35
50 45
20
70 20
90
30
30
30
D(d) + 80
0
45
90 90
20
D +15
45
15
135 15 6035
250 15
120
15 90
60
15
15
135 40
15
20
d + 100
15
30
30
d +30
50
2070 70
20
30
15 15
30 30
15
15
120 15
100
D + 30
15 120 30

15
15
25
25
15
50
15
45
zadn plocha 9030
X
100
20
43
34
30
20
35
D
+
77
15
25
15
15
+
X
+
15
D
15
15
20
15 20
15
30
30
30
30
15
15longer side of flashing
20
D + 115
60
70
20
D + 65 15
56
15
45 X D + 60
D + 65 45
45 X + 30
15
D+2
30
30
D++X 20
crowd in the panel X
D 10
35
D
40
45
30 50 D1+ 20 20
34

85

D + 80
D
=
specify
wall
panel
thickness
40
50
4
15
3
5
15
5
100

X
X
X
X 15
X
X
15
45
35
9024
D(d) + 80
15
35100
24 20
50
18
5
40
15
K173
X15= specify
dimension
15 50
15
15 26
15
15
15 plocha
15
250
28
120
100
eln
30

30
D+100
4
15
26
25
26
245
XD+56
26
15
5
15
15
15

60
30
30
15 30
35
35
d + 50 1520
30
1
1
max. length
mm
70
45
26
26 = 6,000
90
15
1526
45
20 30
15
50
5
60
60
3
15
1
15
15
35
50
D + 80
15
15
30
100
15
15
15
15
15
15
7070
1520
43
D 10
20
D + 77
20
20
50 13
20
50 D + 53 35
34
5
0
85
135
150
zadn
plocha 9030
15
28
60
D(d)
+
80

24
X
X
X
X
X
X
34
30
30
15
D+2
120
24
20
50 15 250
15 26
15 max.
1530
15 mm 30 150
30 153026 25
30
D+100
D + 80
K174
45 XD+56
+26
20 15 = 6,000
Dlength
26 15
40
1360
D + 115
70 D + 65
5
longer side of flashing 35 20
15
60
15

56
15 26 301
45
20
18
26
26 1
30
crowd in the panel
15 15
15 45
10050
50
30
15 15
35
30
90
35
15
72
20 30
15
30 30
eln plocha 30 30
15

15
4533
D + 30
D + 80
70
max. length = 6,000 mm
45
25
D + 53
20
45
35
34
15
30
assembled35
24
X
X zadn plocha 9030
X
X
X
X
15
15
24
D
34
50
30
15
15 26 15 26 15
15
15
15 26
15
K175a
26 25
X = specify
XD+56
150 dimension
60 30
30 3015 30
15
D + 115
longer side of flashing
20
20
26 D + 77
43 26 1
56 26 1
Xmin = 35, Xmax = 9015
20
50
30
30
crowd in the panel
35 55
45
30
Xstandard = 60
35
9
28
28
60
72
90
30
30
D+2
5
35
20
20
30
3030
5 30 30
15
4
30
30
eln
plocha
+
20
D
40
15
15
135 D + 3060

60
15

135 15 120
20
45
18
25
25
45
100
30
15
zadn plocha 9030
15 35
30
34
15
15
20 30
15
150
30 30 30
30
D + 80
56
43
30
30
90
20
D45
+ 77
30
35 90
100
90
35
90
28
28
60
15
30
30
15
30
30
20
20
30 30
eln plocha 30 D+302
35 1
20
30 1520
30
15
20 15
30
15 120
DD++20
40
1

3
5
5
525
4
60
60
15
25
13
420
5
18
100
35
7.2.26
15
30
15
15
30
1515 30

20

95

93

85

85

mi

95

85

n.

95

90

. 3

min

95

85

95

85

mi
n.

n.

mi

95

85

93

93

95

95

90

85

. 3

90

85

min

85

95

85

min
. 3

95

90

95

95

85

95

95

85

90

200

15

20

93

40

100

d
45 50

55

15

15

45 X D + 60

35

30

25

15
250

15

Flashing Components
Specification

25350
15
20

95

X 15

d + 50

+ 10
15

70
15

15

45 X + 30
40 250
15

15

100

20
15

93

+
85

15

30

15
20
50 13
45 X 5D + 60
mi
n.

Accessories
55

15

35
120

20

55
D(d) + 80

35

30

20

150

15
50

35

50

20

45

15

250

93

15

30

1
15

90

15

mi
n.

95

D + 20

40
15

15
15
D + 50
30 15 15d + 5030
25 15
135
15
30
20
350 45 X + 30
15
40
50 45
15
15
15

95

D + X + 15

D + 4020
45

45

40

93

15

15

30 15

mi
n.

15 30

mi
n.

55

15

15

95

d + 100

250

50

min
.3

93

90

30 15
40 15

95

10
15
20 40
15
35
15
53
15 20
15
1515
45
15
4
D
20
5
1
60
15 X 20
250
50
40
30 15 15
15
100
B
30
50
55
Profile
45
135
15
45 50
50
3030
D(d) + 2
Ref.
Notes
40 15
9
(all
dimensions
in
milimetres,

colorcoated
side)
d
350
15
15
15
33
d + 50
max.
length = 6,000 mm

D + 53
15
15
2050
35
45 D15
200
+ 20
55
15
50
15 70
assembled
24
X
X
X
X
X
35X
10
250
20
20
24
D
50
50
1
15

3
15
15
15
15

15
15
K175b
5
26
26
26 25

X = specify dimension
2615 15
45
135
15
150 120
45
60
D(d) + 80
15
20
15 X
d + 100
250
15 X = 35, X
26
26 1
26 1
= 90
50
15
250
min
max
1555
30
35
15 = 60
53
Xstandard
d
15
20 1560
15 20
100 15
72 D
20
15
50
30
15
100
B
15
50
15
15 20
20
4545
D + 40 20
50
D(d) + 2
40
90
200
55 X + 30
45 X 70
D + 60
45
70
70
D + 65
20
45
250 15
35
D + 20
33
40
30
15
45
zadn plocha 9030
15

30
D + 53
50
D
20
15
15
35 70
50
45
15
45 D + 20
150
15
15
30 X 3024 30 X
40
X
X
15
35 X 30
5
250
24
D
35
56
20
15
15 26 25
15
15
3015
15
30 15
26 45
26 1530
90
60
15
15
15
D = specify
wall
panel thickness
35
90
35
90
30
1
1
15
53
d
+
100
15
15
26
26
250
D
90 26
K176
20
60 30
15
20
max.
30 3020
15 15length30= 6,000 mm 15
35 15
100
B
55 5015 20
eln plocha 30 30
15 40
15
15
15
15
1
45

2
D
+
40
+
30
D
20
15 120
50
0 15
15
D(d) + 2
40
72 30 15
15
90
45
25 30
25 15

15
4
15 4520
20
20
10
20 D + XD+15
50 13
50
D+X
155
15

35
5
15
80
80135
100
150
D(d) + 80
45
70 15
70
D + 65
20
50 70
45 D + 20
90
30
D +35
20
15
20
4
120
X 15
5
zadn
15
35 plocha 9030
70
50
D 15
15
70
d 30
+ 50 15
4
15
5
35
30
30
15
15
150

15
5330
30 20
15
15
4015
15
35 60
10015
D
15
15
50
20
15
15
5028
50 60
d + 100
15
B
28
40
40
30 15 15
30
30
15
15
4
30
30
90
5
D + 40
D + 2D(d) + 2
1
35
3
20 50
20
30
5
30
30
40 30

90
35
90 90
15
D + 20
135
20
15
60
60
35

15
133
15
30
30
X
20
20
30
30
20
35
15
15
15
eln plocha 30 20
30
15
15
D + 53 D + 30
15
15
120 15
20
25 15
+ X + 15
3515 20
20 D100
15

34
50
1
90
X
X
25 30 4 25 15
D = specify85wall
panel thickness 1570 20

45 15
70
70 30
+
65
D
20
5
30

24 70
D
45
15 D 10
D+X
D + 20
35
15 26
15 K178
45
40 15
X
80
80
D+100
max. length
= 6,000
mm 50 50 45
45 XD+56
15
100
60
70
30 245
50
D

15
15
15
1
35
4
15
5
26
1
15
15 15
d + 100
120
40
15
50 15
15
15
15
55

d + 50
15
70
15
35
207215
100
15
50
X 15 15
100
45
28
28
60 15
15
3020
30
25 15
+
X
+
15
D
20
70 15
15 20
35
20 35
20
30
30
15
15
15
20
135

70
X + 30
30
60 20
6045

45
15
13D5+ 65
70
D + 20
15 15
30
30
45
40
X
15
50
4
34
D

10
70
5
30
D+X
100
15
15
34
150
45
85
80
80
15
100
30X
15

15
X
X
40
15 30
15
D + 11515
longer side of flashing
15 20
56
D + 65 45
15 D = specify
15
50 wall panel thickness
250
120
15
15
15
90
D+100
crowd in the panel 45 XD+56
26
26 45
245
K179
90 15
35
90 d + 50
35
70
max. length 15
= 6,000 mm
26
35
30
30
50
20
20
30 30
15
15
15
15
15
15
120 1515
15
D + 30
15 15
15 115
20

15

25
25
5
7015
90
154
15
D 10
15
D+X
70
20
50 13
0
5
15
100
30
D(d) + 80
34
8
15
15
250
120 5 15
zadnXplocha 90
24
X
X
X
X
30
34
24
20
15
43 15
50
15
d + 50
15
15
15
20
15 26
D
+
77
70 D+100
4
26
26
25
26
245 100
30 30 1530
5 XD+56
15 30
50
15
D
+
115
longer
side
of
flashing
35
20
28
56
1
15
D +15
65 45
15
26 length
26 50
26
0
30
30
crowd
in
the
panel
35
max.
=
6,000
mm
50
20
D
+
2
30 K180
15
45
15
+
80
D
D

40
5
60
90
13
15
35
15
15
20 ploc
18
15
eln
15
100
100
D + 53
20
15
34 70
45
30
9085
15 15
X
X
X 30
X 15 24
X
X
20
24
50
15 26 25
15
15 26zadn plocha 9030
15
D+100
45 XD+56
15
263415
D + 80 15 26
15
60
30
15
15
D
=
specify
wall
panel
thickness
35
150
1 30
1 30 30
30
26
26
26
K181
50
D
+
115
longer side
of flashing
20
15
1520
56
max.
D + 65 45
43length = 6,000 mm
20
D + 77
30
30
crowd in the panel
45
30
72
15
28

90
4560
35
D
+
2
70
15
30
eln plocha 30
20
30
D + 80
15
D+
40
D + 30135
15

5
30
4
90
20
18
45 15
zadn plocha 9030
100
34 15
35
15
30
150
15
30 15 30 30
30
30
15
20 3056
D + 115
longer side of flashing
20
30
30
crowd in the panel 20K182
D + 80
45
30
max. length = 6,000 mm 35
43
9
20
D + 77
35
90
5
30
15
30
30
28 15
60
eln plocha 30 30
3015
30 15 0
D + 30
D+2
20
30
12 20
45
D + 80
D + 20 45
25
25
40
1
35

60
60
15
35
20
18
100
15
15
30
15
20 30
43
20 D + 80 D + 77
35
100
28
28
60
15
30
30
D+2
35
20
20
30
30
D + 20
40
135

5
60
60
15
3

7.2.27
1
20
18
100
15
30
15

15 30

50 45

+
85

95

min
.3

93

mi
n.

mi
n.

93

93

90

85

95

85

85

95

90

95

min

95

. 3

95

93

95

85

85

85

95

95

mi

n.

93

90

95

95

90

90

85

85

90

85

95

85

min
. 3

90

85

95

95

90

85

95

95

d + 50

40

15

120

X 70
15
15

Ref.

93

15

15

100

15

15

90

15

50

10

0
12

45

45

5 50 15
53 4 100
20

15

15 15

50

15 20
D
20
504 13
55 5 X D + 60
4
15
40
35
15
15

35
30

250
20 20 60
15

50 Notes
135
150

15
15
50

200

15
50

15

B
90

50

50

15

45 D + 20

min
.3

93

95

24
X
X
30
35
15 26 25
15
15
D(d) + 80
53
1
20
2670
45
D(d) + 2 50
40
15
15
15

15

93

15

X
26 15
26 250
100

33
d + 100
3 items per meter recommended
30
30
D + 53
20
35
15
15
15
20
X45 X D + 60
X
20
20
50 13 15 20
24
D
50
15 5
20
15
15
135
26 15
150
35
60
15
15
70 D26 1
70 20
+ 65
D15
20
60 45
15
50
15
B4
D + 20
5
55
D + 40
50
70
15D
30 90
15
45
72
15
50
40
15
45

15

20

mi
n.

93

X + 30
26

15

min
.3

95

50 45
15
50 15

15

mi
n.

45X
40 15

15

50

15

100

70
20

+
85

15

K183
25 15

30

35

45 15
X D + 60

40

15

15
45 D + 20

35

15

Profile
D(d) + 2
45 X + 30
D(d) + 80
40
(all
dimensions
in
milimetres,
250
250 colorcoated side)
50 4

15X

15

30

Flashing Components
Specification

15
20

15
30

X + 15
DD+10
15

20

d + 50

45 50

15

15

mi
n.

30 15

40
15

+
85

15 30

15
30
d
15
30 15 15
135
55
30
25 15
20

93

15

55

100
250

20

95

35

250

40

93

Accessories

50 45

95

40

90

45

25 15
20

20

15
30
15

mi
n.

15

15
30 15 15
135
30
15
45 X + 30
40

D + 20

40
15

15

55

mi
n.

95

250
D 20
+ 40 D + X + 15

15

30 15

95

15
90

15 30
350 40 X

15

93

15

95

d + 100

15

35

20

15
d

90

30

93

90

200

mi
n.

15

55

15

200

33
35
15

20

D + X + 15
15

15

90

15
15
30
zadn plocha 9030
15
D + 53
20
20
20
50 13
50
35
15
15

5
5
150
3

24
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
30 30
30
30
150
D(d) + 80
d + 100D D = specify wall panel thickness
24
30
30
250
15 56
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
26
26 K184
26 25 30
26 15
D 10
30
D+X
60 15
90
45
30
max. length
mm
80
90 = 6,000
35
20
100
15 90
15
26
26 1 15
26 180
X
90
15
15
15
30
30
15
55
20 20
20 D + X + 15
120
20
30 15
30
25 1
50
eln plocha 30 30
15
15
15
1

2
D + 30 72
15 120
15
0
20
d
+
50

70
45
70
70
+
65
D
20
45 70

25
25
45
45
D + 20
4533
X
15
35
50 45
70
30
50
D 20
53
D +15
4
35
5
15
30
15
40
15
zadn
plocha
9030
24
X
X
X
15
15
15
15
24
D

15
15 30 15 26
150
15
25 30 43 30
3015
15
60
35
100
34
85 50
15
15 28

26 1
X
2630 1
28 30
60
30
90 15
15
30
30
30
35
15
15
D+2
35
50
20
20
55
90
35245
90 D+100
30
30
15 26
4
XD+56
5
D + 20
90
135
70

15
72
30
30
35 30
60
60
13530
20
20 D 10
15 20 eln plocha
15
30 30
30 30
26
K185
max. length = 6,000 mm
15 D + X
15
120 15
45

50
D + 30
15
0
100
15
15

80
80
12
100
100
25
25
45
15
15
15
250
30
35
15 120
15
d + 50
70
70
15
150
15

15
90
34
35
100
0
15
50
90
35
90
28
28
60
30 30 3
15
15
30
30
D
+
115
longer
side
of
flashing
20
max. length = 6,000 mm
K186 30
30
30
56
20 30 30
20
20
30
D35
+ 6520 45
0 30D + 20
15
15
1
crowd
in
the
panel

20 15
D + 30 135
34
45
85
6015 120 135
60
15

24
X
X
X
X
25
25
0
4530
90

35
50
15
15
15
15
15
100
15
35
D+100
4
26
26
25
26
245
5 XD+56
15
35
15 15
15
26
45 26 1
90
50
15
15

15
15
35
100
30
50 15
28
15
70
30
30
35
20
20
43
30
20
D + 77

60
60
135
zadn plocha 9030
6
34
D = specify wall panel thickness
15
D+2
100
K187
30
30
30
30
D + 80
D + 20
40
max. length
D + 15
115
longer side of flashing
20
15 = 6,000 mm
56
D + 65 45
20
18
30
30
crowd in the panel
45
30
100
15
30
90
35
15
15
20 30
eln plocha 30 30
15
D + 80
45
90
45
35
15
30
15
35

85

15

85

95

90

85

min

95

. 3

95

95

95

90

85

95

85

95

90

90

85

95

20

34

D + 80
K188

20

43

D + 77

D+2

40

20

15
30

15

18
30

100
15

D + 80

7.2.28

60

28

30
D = specify wall panel thickness
20
30
D + 20
135
60

20max. length = 6,000 mm

35
30

100

30
15
4
X D + 60
20
24
X
X
X35 5
50 1X3
24
5
15 26 25 D(d) +15
15
15
8015
26 15
26 1
26 1
15
15
50
30

20 15

15

15

min
.3

25 15
15
20 70
34
45
15
40
5050
45
15 20 40
15 15
15 50
45 50
100
15 20 15

mi
n.

15

15

15
20 15D + X + 15

mi
n.

15

95

15

95

85

90

95

93

85

85

95

+
85

min
.3

mi
n.

93

+
90

Accessories

Flashing Components
Specification
mi
n.

35 D + 20

+
85

D + 53
20
X + 30
D 8510

X
X
X
100
150
15 26
D+100
45 XD+56
26 15
60
30 45
30 15
250
120
15 40
35
15
15
15
26
50
70
40 15 15 40
30 15 15 15 30
135
30

15
15
72
X
15
45
+ X + 15 15
15 70 25 15
15
20
15
45 X D +15
70
60
X + 30
15
45
30
35
40
D 10 X
20 20 D + 5350
zadn
20
15
50 plocha
50
34
4
135 9030
5
85
34

5
3
15
15
X

24
X
X
X
X
X
1
150
15 15
150
D(d)30
+ 80 30 30
30
24
50
250 15
15
120 4 15
15 26 25
15
15 26
15
longer side of flashing
+100
26 56 26 15
XD+56 15D + 115
5 20
15
60
45
30
30
15
crowd in the panel 35
1
1
45
30
1
26
26 15
26
35
50
15
90
15
100
35
50
30
30
15
30 30
25 15
eln plocha 30 30
15 20
15
15
15
D + 3072
15
20 70
15
5
5
4
15
15
4
4
Profile
X

D
+
60
X
+
30
25
25
5

45Ref.
45Notes
70
33
35
40
20
20
50
50
35
(all
dimensions
in
milimetres,

colorcoated
side)
135
50 45
D +353

20
35
34

1 5
15
30
150
D(d)
15
15 15
zadn plocha
X
X 9030
X
X + 8024
X
X
15
250
34
24
D
15
15
50
15 26
15
15 26 25
15 30
150
3015 30
43 153026 15
60
20
D + 77 26
15
D + 115
15
20
35
56
100
1
1
15
26
26
3026
15
30
90
50
28
28
D = specify
wall
panel thickness
50
45
30 60
15
30
30
55
35
90
D+2
K189
35
20
20
30
30
90
15
+
20
D
max.
length
=
6,000
mm
40
72
1
30

3
15
20
20
5
5
15
15
60 15 30 30 60
15
eln plocha 30 3045
13
33
15
20
18
D + 30
15 120
20
50 13
100 20D + 53 50
20
45
35
25
25
15
5
5
4
3
5
1

150
30
D(d)
X
X
X + 8024 15 X
X
3530
20 30
zadn
24 plocha 9030
15 D
15 26 25
15
15 26
15
15
6
2634 15
15
60
150
301 1530 30
30
1
15
26
26
26
56
43
15
20
D +15
77
50
30
30
55
90
35
100
45
30
50
90
35
90 D =
specify
wall
panel
thickness
72
28
28
60
90
15
30
30
5
D+2
35
30
30
4
15K190
20
20
33
20
20
30
30
30
30
eln plocha 30 30
15
120 mm
D + 20
0

1315
30
D +35
max. length = 6,000
15 60
20 15 D + 53
5
15
60
120
135
45
25
25
20
18
4
30
5
X zadn plochaX9030
15
100
100
35
24
D
5 30 15 26
15
15
150
15
60
15
0 30
30
1
15
26
30 43
30

90
15
55
30
90
35
90
35
100
50
72
0
28
28 20
60
5
20
15 30
30 30 30
3030
eln
D +K191
2plocha 30 30 4
max. length = 6,000 mm
35
15
120 15

30 1520
30
D + 30
15 12020

D + 20
1

35 25
25
60
60
5
35
4530
1

20
35
15
100
100
15
150
15
D+X

95

95

mi
n.

mi
n.

93

93

90

min
.3

95

+
85

85

95

min
.3

95

85

95

min
.3

95

95

95

35

60

45

28
K192 30 3030
15
30 1520
135
60
25
25

3030

28
20
30
15 120

60
135

15

100
90

50

15 30
120 15

20 35 20

max. length = 6,000 mm

100

15

15

30
60

28
20
30
K193

135

100

50

15

35

= specify roofslope ( or %)
max. length = 6,000 mm
100
15

56

15

95

D 25

K194

15

85

36

60

D = specify
85 wall panel thickness
max. length = 6,000 mm

D(d), Y + 33

d + 30

50

15

D + 20

45

95

K195

56

15

15

15

D 25

85

36

60

20

D(d), Y + 33

45

15
D + 150
45

85 50
0
12

15

50

zadn ploc
D = specify panel thickness
15 15 B
d + 30
d = specify insulation
thickness 30 30 30
100
55
45Y = specify
40
30
D dimension
15
100 max. length
D + 20= 6,000 mm
20

50
15

15

D + 150

50
45

12

70

15

45

30

55

30

30
30

30

100
70

120
D 30

90
+

15 D 30
90

30

15

eln plocha 30 30

65
15

30

15
D + X + d + 85

7.2.29
120

120

30

90
30

50120

70

zadn plocha 90 30

90

15

47

70

35

15

80

80

93

D + 30

90

90

35

97

Flashing Components
Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

15 K196

56

95

D 25

15

85

36

Notes

colorcoated side)

60

85

d + 30
50

15

15

85

15

95
15

D + 150

55
45
50
100

45

50

50

zadn plocha 90 30
85

45
20
D(d), Y + 33 1
15

50

20

50

K197
56

30
15

40

D + 20

45

15
36

max. length = 6,000 mm 1

100

D(d), Y + 33

27

15 15 B

d + 30
D

30
15

D + 20

50

za

50
1
insulation thickness
d 90
= specify
30 30 2730

127
50
max. length = 6,000 mm 50
30
3030
30

3015 15 B

30 30
100

30
40

15

95
30

15

eln plocha 30 30

eln ploc

20
15
zadn plocha 90 30

240

90

85

10

30
90
30
eln plocha 30 50

30

200

112
80
75
20
1
135 0 15 1 120
15 35
0
1
20 15
30 30
3028 20
15
135
80
15
15
15

135

120

28
15

15

80
15
50

15

0+
12

40

15
= specify roofslope
( or %)

mm
d20
60max. length = 6,000
15
15
80
15
15
25
25
20
30
+
50 60120

60
135
40

200

15

40
40

100

15

135

D + 55
15

45

97

d20
15
15

50
60
15
15
90
15
60
0
2
20
20 1 30
30
100
75
15
100
100
15
112
80
135120
13355
D 40
40
15135
1
80 15
15
0

20
25
25
20
40
15 2010 30
30
30 15
60 45 60
30
13528
+
150

60
60
15
80
5
0
3
50
15
14
12
15
15
15
5 D + 55 D + 40
15
D
+
40
85

40
0
45
135
10

200
15 60
60
15

15
90
15
20
15
60
30
20 d20
15
1550
20
60
d + 50
100
20 80
20
30
30 112
80
15
30
65
100
100
135
15
80

15 15
35
30

175
135 D 0040
28

40
15
15
15
45

1
135
35
100 15

30
20
20
25
25
20
40
40
30 28
30
30
+ 7.2.30
15
0
50
2
15
135
1
15
15 150
D +30X +15
15
60
60
15
15
80
5
3

D
+
55
1
4
85
5
40
D + 40
D +1340
5
90

20
15

30

15

95

d+
80

35
15

95

40

D + X + 15

90

15 35

93

95

150

95

150

45

15

00

150
d20

15

0 30
2240
eln plocha 130
112
80
75
0
10
15
30
15
D + 165

30
97

200

zadn plocha 90 30

30

93

30
50

93

160

350

D + 165 85
00
1

30

10

5015 120

5
11

93

15

93B

30
15
20
30 30 30
80 eln plocha50
60

20
135
350
60
45
30

127
15

d + 85
D + X +50
30 30 30 95
30
97
30

15
30
90

15

350

15

eln plocha 30 30
0
112
80 12
135240

0
120
0
1
30
28
15
15
zadn
85 plocha 90 30
max. length = 6,000 mm
15
D + 165
90

93

915
7
3050
20
201351

60 45
15

30

15
30

135

30

30 length = 6,000 mm200


max.

45

60

20

93

60

30
80
60

50

350

60

93

15

D + X + d + 85
60
30 20
15
60

30 30 30
95 D + X + d + 85

93 9
3

93

90

15

eln plocha 30 30
30
15
60

15
15

90
D + X + d + 85

30

+ 18
D15

30

15

15
60
15 plocha 90 30
zadn

15

20 30

95

+ 18
D15

30 1530 10030

15

30

D + 165

90

B = specify dimension

150

30

30
40
80
15
eln plocha 30 30

zadn plocha 90 30

50
D + X + d + 85 30 30 12730

127
50
50
30
9
30
7
30
30

90
15
15

90

160

93

93

65

eln plocha 30 30

135

65
30 20
30

30
15

240
120

93
n.

80

70

15

15

15 plocha 90 30
zadn

127
5090
30
30
40 30
30 15
15
80

eln plocha 300


30
12

93

mi

mi
n.

80 70

30

30

X + 30

45zadn
+ 30
Xplocha
5090 3015
357
127
2

130
90
15
50
50
30 30
30
30
47
K201
15
15

30
15 15 B
30

35
15 1515 B
30 30

K200
100

20
D + 18
15

80
D + 20

70

20 65

+ 18
D 15

D
D + 20

00120

50

350

30
100

100

50

45

55

45

d + 30
D

30

90

20
30

+ 30

30

30
30
15

eln plocha 30 30

zadn
15 plocha 90 30

n.

D 30

90

30
40

30

65

30

55

15

70

160

D 30

5
30

15

30

zadn plocha 90 30
127

30 30
90
50 wall panel thickness
D = specify
95

30 30
30
max. length = 6,000 mm
30
200
15
50

127

90

47 100
120

50

20

D 30

93

K199

45

D + 20

160

85

100
120

mi

15

50

30 15 15 B

30
100

160

30

15

45

95

45
D(d), Y + 33 1 K198
15
d
15
120

50
45
D 30
90

30

d + 30

55

93

20 70

85

15

160

50

150

90

15

85

10

Accessories
56

15

85

95

100

50

15

colorcoated side)

Notes

45

D + 20
20

15

zadn plocha 90

50

45

15 d + 30
50

D + 20
20

K204

50

80

93

15
30

d
120

80
zadn plocha 9015
30
30

D 30

mi

n.

12

15

5
20 4
D
100
100 120

35

30 30
X + 30

45

90
+

30

30

30
70

15

D 30
15

90

30

90

15

30

60

50

15
15

45 X + 30
35
30 15
135

15

D + 18
15

20
90

90

93

80

n.

15
20
30 30

mi

100

15

X + 30

15

30

135

11

60

D + 18

15

20

60

30

93

30

50
60
20

15
30
135

60 45 15
20
30
15
60

135

350
15

10

80
50

90

80 75

150
60

45

135

D 75

15

60

20
80

15
30

15
30 20 20
135

30 28

80

15
15

60
30
15
50

20 30

15

15

25
20

60

30

20
60
15

15
15
30

135

60

60

100
15
20
30
135150

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7.2.31
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15

90

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11
5

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20
20
30
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15
20
30

60
25

25
60

25
25 60

20

D + 40

40
60
20

15
30

135

15
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60

2025

15

20

20

15
30
135

d20
D + 40

93

60 90

50

2
60

+
50 100120

20
40 85 1
0
0

93

93

D + 18

20

20

112

1 15
15
30 60
28
30 = specify roofslope ( or %)
15
15

5
3

100
47

5 85
15
20
30

135

15
3 items

00per meter recommended

20

15

15
30

135
45

0
10
30
15
15
30
135

013

50

100

20 30

112

60

15

45

90

47

15
30

45

35

30

93

K206
20

93

D + 18

80

3 items per meter recommended 120 80

30

97

93

47

60

60
D + X + d + 85

100

15
30

135

20

15
30

15

30

200

90

95

100

30

15

97

160

90
15
3030 20

80

47

65

30
85
eln ploch

10

95

D + 18

D 30

zad

75

93
n.

K205

80

160

90

70

90

30

D + X + d + 85

30

30

15

120

350

90

D 30

135

30

15

mi

120

30

30 length = 6,000 mm
eln plocha 30 max.

15
47

30

65

30

50

97

30wall panel thickness


D = specify
15

70

50

90
127
15thickness
50
100d = specify roof panel
30 insulation
30
15
30
40
max. length
= 6,000 mm15
15
d +85
D + X +30
30
eln plocha

30
50 100

D + 18

55

zadn plocha 90 30

65 30 15 30
15 B 30

15

15

70

150

90

45
D + 150

D 30
d +53055
4

47

90
50

70

50

45

15

20

30

40

15
D + 20

D 30

15

15 15 B

100

160

D(d), Y + 33

D + 15015

eln ploc

max. length = 6,000 mm

120

85

12

30

= specify roofslope ( or %)

K203

45

30

93

56

95

60

15

85

D 25

120
15
50

30

50

15
15
70 5
4

15

30

D = specify roof panel thickness

D(d), Y + 33

60

36

55

100

85

+
9590

56

15

d
15

85

D 25

45

15

D + 150
36

K202

12

30

40
40

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

d + 30

D(d), Y + 33

60

95

D 25

15

85

36

Flashing Components
Specification

15
D + 40

100

Accessories
50

127

50

30
15

D 25

30

30

60

95

56

85

15

Notes

d + 30

12

D + 20
20

zadn plocha 90 30
50

90
50
3030
30
D = specify40wall panel thickness
15
15

50

45

50
d

15

15 15 B

100

50

15

45

D + 150
120

45

d + 30

colorcoated
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45

D + 165

30
D(d), Y + 33

eln plocha 30 30
15

K207

15

15

85

30

85
D(d), Y + 33

15

zadn plocha 90 30
36
90

15

56

15

240
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

30

15

60

Ref.

30

36

95

95

30
15

50

85

127

D 25

100
50

55

15 15 B

100
D

30

30

= specify roofslope ( or %)

D + 20

50

3030
1

eln plocha 30 30

max. length = 6,000 mm

20

127

127

30

15

+
90

1
4500

50
20

15
155

93

110

15

47

35
100
15 15
+

40
15

140

93

80

40
40

15

160

60

60

150

D + X + d + 85

15
80
25
25
20
30
150
60
60
5
15
D = specify wall13panel
thickness
30
30
D + 40
max.
length
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6,000

60mm
5
415
60
15
20
20

95

30
100

30 28

15 100
40
40

35
20
30 28

60
25

D + 18
196

97

15

35

D + 40

50
15

20
30

15
60

60

20

1525
30
40

135

45

VIEW-A

65

85
30
25

15

135

15

10

15

85

45

65

30

90
15

60

60

0
10

75
D + 40

90

15
160

15

100

7.2.32

135

X + 30

100

250 + D 15

15

90

30

110

35
15

45

60

15

45

150

175

15

15
20
20
30
40

15
135
3080 20
135

90

11
5

60 45

15

93

93

11
5

15
X* 135
15
15
60
20
2030
30
30
15
15
d
+
15
1550 100 60
20
20
30
30
135
40

135

60

90

D +45
X +8015
15
D + 18
25

25

160

93

15
85

93 160

d20

150

K212

15
30

135
1315
5
20
30

15
A

25
60

60 45

47

20

135

93

100

20 30

90

20 length
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= 6,000 mm
30
30

15
30

71

50
15 20
45 D

20

60

80
65

D 30

90

30

93

35
D + 18 80
60
15
15
15

+
50 120
90

135

93

15

100

70

120
15

D 30

15

5
D =13specify
wall panel thickness
15
15

n.

D + 55

45

+
0eln
12

d20
60

75

15

120
40
15

35
15
20 30
20
30

135

100
60

30

50

50

15

100
47

60

15
30

135

mi

20

D + 18
93

40

20

93

135

140
15

85

30

75
135
D = specify
thickness of thinner
0
roof
100 2
10
panel
30
15 28
max.
length = 6,000 mm
15
15
15

50
10

30

112

80 D

70
15
30

K211 15

40
40

93

80

15

15

15

47

93

15

90

15
15

200

60

zadn plocha 9

D1 = specify thickness of thicker


roof
50 30 30
55
panel
5

90

12

15

B = specify dimension (D1D2)

97

15

20

85

10

15

15

120

15 D + 150

10
D + 20 30

100

X + 30

15

100
80

95

45

45

0
1230

200

35

30

350

15
45

50
200
0

20

80

85

D + X + d + 85

15
d + 50

15

D(d),
15Y + 33
30

93
mi

120

D + 18

15

80

n.

K210

15
30
35

30

30

30
47
30
eln plocha 30 15

20

15

D + X + 1515
15
X + 30

45

97

90
d + 30
= specify roofslope ( or %) 120
350
30
50mm
max. length = 6,000
60

160

20
15
100 D + 165

90

d20

30

15 35
135

80

56

80

150

30

15
30

36

15
15

15

D 30
+
90
50 120
30 plocha
30 90 30
zadn

D + X + d + 85

15

70
47
D 25
15
240
60
65
D + 18

15

D 30
K209

max. length
15 = 6,000 mm

95

120
80

eln plocha
350

15

120

28
15

30

30
15

40

280

30

D = specify wall panel thickness

85

9560

9
30

30

65

93

135

45
30

30

70
eln plocha
30 30

D + 55

30
515
112

127

30

30

30

93

90

90
15
70 28050

50

30

D 30

30

100

120
30
D15

K208
50

zadn
30

90
30

100
120

50

30

n.

15

30

161

120

D + 150

30

mi

45
200 12
15

15
70 5 55
4

93

zadn plocha 90 30

15

50

95

15

27

Flashing Components
Specification

15

85

36 15

56

15

95

D 25

50

60
15

D + 150

85

D(d), Y + 3345 120


15

45
50

100

45

30
100

55 d + 30

zadn plocha 90 30
15
15
30 B
90

30

30

15

50
30
30
15

40 30

D + 20

50

50

127

eln plocha 30 30

20

Flashing Components
Specification

15

+
90

Accessories
1585

d
120

50 50
D 30
90

15

D 30

100

mi
n.

3040 30
15

30

D +D20
15
30

mi

n.

93

80

zadn plocha 90 30
X + 30

K215 47
30

30

20 30

30

93

90
95

120

112

75 80 200
1

120 15 30
240
15

135

15
28
15

max. length
00 = 6,000 mm

85
0
10
zadn plocha 90 30

15

15
D + 165

50

d20

60

30
240 75 35
1
D
15
15
eln plocha 30 30
20
25
25
15 112 20
30 15
30
80
1
135
80
35D120

60
60
80
0
=
specify
wall
panel
thickness

15
10

30 D + 165
28
+
X = specify dimension
50 120
15
15

90

15
15
d = specify insulation thickness
0 30 85
30 3050
15
15 60
10
max. length = 6,000 mm
15
15
60

60
13520 eln plocha 30 30
20
20 30
30
200
60
100
d20
35
150
40 1 35 15
45
35D
15 15
15
90
1
120
15

20
20
25
25
20
0
30
30
30
12
60 45
75
15
1

350
60
60
80
150 35
135
30
20

15
15

15

D + X + d + 8530
50
15
920
15
7
20
80
30
45
90
350 90
60

135 60 45
60
30
K216
D
15
15
60

93

93

15
30
0
2
1 13
5

200
20

20

15
30

135

D + 40

45

15

60

20 30

60

15
15

60

40

20

20
100
100

30

30
100

40
40

15

15

100

93

15

15
30

135

20

11

100

112

50

30

zadn plocha 90 30

60

30

120

20

30

30
15

90

85

0
10

80

93

D + 18

15
30

eln plocha 30 30
135

30

15

95
15
+ 85 30 30 30
D + X + d30
20
30
15
30
60 97

30
135
60
90
15

90

100

15

93

70

20
15

30

90

350
50

60

0
10
30
15

max. length =eln


6,000
plochamm
30 30
15

30

97

127

30

127

15

D+
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eln plocha 30 30

15

30

15
50

350

30
15

135

30
15

90 90

30

X = specify 30
dimension

60

50

95

45

30
47
15
30

40

50

350

150

30

15

100

80

80

30
15

zadn plocha 90 30

97

30

30

50

30

30

D + X + d + 85
127

93

30

15

30

80

15
30
eln plocha 30 30 15
15

15 15 B

70
D + 20

4
20 35 5 X + 30
65
15

127
zadn
15 plocha 90 5030

100
15 15 B

90

70
3080 30

15

D + 18

20

X + 30

95

45

35

50

93

15
D 30

30

65

D + 18

100

50

K214

30

Notes

90

4730
d+

120

15

30

127

15

160

85

47
120

D 30

15
30 20 30
30
15

50

35

30

93

100
D 30

K213

40

30

30

D + X + d + 85

160

D + 20

15

65

mi
n.

45

120

55

93

12

15

15

30
50

127
50
eln
30 plocha 30 30

zadn plocha 90 30

50
45

100

120

30

15 15 B
70

30

15

70

30

90

Profile
20
30 in30milimetres,
(all dimensions
colorcoated side) 15

+
90

45Ref.

100
d + 30

55

30

95

95

D + 150
D(d), Y + 33

45

30

12

30

93

56

15

0 70

15
45

85

36

zadn plocha 90 30

50

160

15

D + 40

D + 55 60

45
15

100

15

95

93

93

160

150

95

95

90

160

160

150

90

160

95

30 28

11

60

93

100

93

93

15 65
35
45
15
112
80
80

15 length = 6,000 mm 15
150
13
max.
80
135 0 15
30
40
15 5
15
15
15
10
20 30 30
25
25
20
40
40 90
D + 40
3028 20
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4560
50 60120 40 5 5
135
60
15
80
15
15
D + X + 15 15
15

13
60
60
85
97
0
250 + D
15
15 30
0
1
1
35
20
20
90
15
20
30
VIEW-A

65
35
30
25
112
15
15
15
80
30 28d20
50
15
45
135 60
15
1550
d + 50

100 80
0

0
10

20
15
A85
15
20
30 1 20
30
0
75
15 40
100
100
30
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30

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15
15
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35
15
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d =Dspecify
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25
85
15
15
110
0
15
15
135
10
150

=
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K217

15
110
110
250 + D
max.90length = 6,000 mm
D + 40
20D + 40
30
d20
45
50
d
+
50
60
60
X*
VIEW-A
25
15
75
15
15
15
60
5
20
20
15
A
140
40
80
30

65
15
15
30 28
135
D
40
15
15
45
100 15
25
10
20
20
25
25
20
40
40
110
85
30
0
15130
15 30

35
30
60
60
15
15
80
5
15
110
110
13
40

30

15

110

5 A

10

50

45

15

15 15

34

35
15
15

3590

60

7.2.33
45

15

15
15

155

D + 40
21 30

1-1

155

80

15 35

110

110

D + 40

1
25

40

220
50

15

40

15

161

110

45

VIEW-A 100
15

35

71

150

40
40

95

1
25 100

21

60

15
30

135

20

95

60

25

175

15
140

25

93

60
20

15

15

21
80

15
30
135

93

250
15+ D

15
450

90

93

60

30

50
15 20

+
90

95

85
120

50

15
45

70

d + 30
15

45
20
100

120

Accessories

127
zadn plocha 9050 30
30
30
90
15
30
30
70

15 15 B

100
55

15

15

D + 150

50

20

45

15

D + 20

45

15

85

15

15

30
30
36
eln plocha 30 30
56
15
D(d), Y + 33

40
30 15 30

50

127

50

Flashing Components
Specification

D + 20
D
120

30
15

30

30

eln plocha 30 30
D 30
65
90
zadn plocha 90 30
15
zadn plocha 90 30
15
50
50
15

127
15
7
30 30
30
30 30 30
15 B 30 30100
90
120
15
2

1
85
55
90
d + 30
45
0
50
50
100

12
95
45
30
30
30 D + X + d + 85
D
30
30
30
30
40
15
15
30
d 50
100
15
15
15
97
70

D + 20
eln plocha 30 30
eln plocha 30 30
47
80
90
50
45 D + 55

80
240
20
40 Profile
70
Ref.
Notes
15
120
120
15
(all dimensions in milimetres,
colorcoated side)
30
15
30
D + 18
zadn
plocha
90

30
D 30
D 30
15
350
60
15 plocha 90 30
65 45 X + 30
zadn
50
90
15
127 35 30 30 30
30 7 20
15
30
30 30
90
15
D + 165
15
2
15
B
15

1
55
90
1330
80
d+
100
570
30
30
15
15
85

50
100
0
45
95
15
30
30 50

30
D
10
D
=
specify
wall
panel
thickness
30 30
30
30

28
40
30 D + X + d + 85
+
200

100
70
15
50 120
15
d = specify insulation thickness
120 15
120
D + X + 15
15
plocha 30 30
15
eln
20
D +K218

eln plocha 30 30 9
50
7
120
X
=
specify
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1
3
240
5
47
D 30
D 3020
80350
65 15
90
15 90
75
80
max. length =120
6,000 mm
15
20
30
d20
112
15
80
30
30
15
15
30
135
d
+
50
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15
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85
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50
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1235
7
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15 15 B

15
15
97
30
30 1
15
30
50 100 30
50
15
85
30
95
0
200
47
30
80
0
15
90
70
1
30
30
47
40
80

15
20
15
30
15
15
eln plocha
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eln plocha 30 30
20
112
15
80
1
60

30
5
135 panel thickness
D = specify
80
30
350
13
50 wall
18
D +65
0

135
+ 18 240
D
K219
15

10
60 120

135 mm15
60
15
1515
45 X + 30
15
max.Dlength
= 6,000
30
28
15
+

15
15
75
0
35
50 12
15
15
20
20
20
15
15
30
30
30
140 15
15
0
15
85
1D
35+ 55
100
0
6
80
d + 85 zadn plocha 90 30
D + X +80
4
0
15
5
15
1

15
40
40
30 30 30
90
+
165
D
97
90
40
40
15

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30
200
80
50
15
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15
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60
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1
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3
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5
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5
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15
15

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28
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200
15
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20
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75
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15
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112
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15
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D = specify
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50

0
40
135D
15
15
30
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2
15
15

1
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60
0

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15
100
30 28 mm

20
25
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20 max.
20
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100
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max.25length = 6,000 mm35
112
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15
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max. length = 6,000 mm 1
1510015
00
85
90
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20
25
25
20
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15
40
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25
0
30
30
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60
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15
15
0
170
25
30
155
65
21
100 30 28
15100
450
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15
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A max. length = 6,000 mm
K224
15
40
10
85
1 15
0
40
15
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50
30
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20
40
40
15
30
25
15
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15
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15
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35
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6
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15
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138
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0
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15

200

D 30

50

15

+
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93

160

mi
n.

93

93

160

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n.

93

93

150

160

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n.

93

93

93

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93

150

71

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90

93

93

11

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93

160

93

93

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95

71

71

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95

160

93

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515
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120 d

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15
15

100

D 30
D + X + 15
15

93

93

50
30

30
60

30

eln plocha 30 30

30

30

30

zadn plocha50
90 30

80

90 75

30
97

30

eln plocha 30 30

80

70

30

10

350

30
D + X +30d + 8530

90

30

30
15

15

zadn plocha 90 3015


30

30

15

Flashing Components
Specification

D d + 50

120

127

65

47

50

120

30

120

30

30 55 20
45

15

70
d

90

30

15

12

135

100
100

100 30

45 X + 30
35 D + 20
15
20

93

150

20 15

50
D 30

Accessories

d2045

15
30

d + 30
55 D + 18
50 45
D

97

50

160

45

15
15

80
15 15 B zadn plocha 90 30 127
15
30 30
90 50
30
30
40 15
30
1530
15
70

mi
n.

D(d), Y + 33

80

93

15
80

50

47

D + 150
+
50 120

40

15

D + 55

45

85
70

50

95

56

15
15

+
90

15

15

15

85

36

30

30
15
90
eln plocha 30 30

160

+
90

93

160

11

95

90

93

93

160

150

71

161

mi
n.

93

11
5

93

95

93

93

160

mi
n.

93

93

93

93

95

95

11

90

110

93

93

90

95

95

93

160

110

23
21

15
40

d 40
15
30

1-1

450

15
B = d + 85
d 4021

60
30
15

160
60
45
110
23 20
27
50
21
30

A
35

45

138
C 88

30
15

15

135

155

45

220

27

135 15

5
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15
20
21

50

15

23
21

34 15
15
30

220
15

30

50

15

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A 15

36

10

155

15
45 0

90

60

7.2.35

1-1

50

80

29
27 15
30

15

135

40

175

50

150

21

20

110
45
20
27

110

40
25

15

15

50

10

15

21

450 VIEW-A

25
1

138

60

88

110

45

15

30

30

30

25

110

85

45

15

35 33

75

15

65

155

40

VIEW-A 45

80

135

15

25

25

1-1

15

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35

90
75

15

B = d + 62

100
A
+

50

15

30 28

30

40

60

20

20

21

250 + D

150

15

3
1

mi
n.

15
80

30
12 0
30
D + 18Profile
00
15
350
1
65
47
Notes
15 90
60
15
(all dimensions in milimetres,45 Xcolorcoated
side)
+ 30
30
30
15 20
20
35
30
15
15
60
30
30

15
15
5
3
100
1
85
0
135 15
15
D + 18
70
60 D + X + d + 85
1305

15
15
D = 6,0001mm
15
15
15
max. length
K225
15
20140
20
2
80
30 200
30
97
70 30
15
135 15

50
120
120
100
80

40
47

80

90
120
80
40
40
75
D 30
D 30
350
65
112
1590
15
15
80
30
135
15
D + 18
20 30 30
0

0
15
15
1
30
30
15
50
15
60
15
45 X + 30
30
28
15
15
60
20
35
30
20
D + X + d + 85
20
20
15
15
30
30
15
35 1515
100
85

135
40
45

0
5
0
90
3

1
1
915
7
47
K226
max. length = 6,000 mm
60 4520
47
80
90
30
60
150
15
80
35
60
50

5
3
15
112
1
15
80
D + 40
15
1330
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30
135
60
5
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D + 18
135
45 15
60
D 100 75
15
15
15
60
60
15
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20
20
20
25
30
30
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+ 25
30
30 28
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0
15
35
50 12 20
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15
15
15
35
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60
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15
15
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15
15
47
50
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15
15
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30
60
20
10
20
30 75 20
30
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15
60
0
5
100
1345
1
40

3
1
5
+
18
D
5

35
90
3

60
15
5
max.
length
=
6,000
mm
K227
1
3
1
D 15
15
40
15
15
15
250 + D
60 45
15
20
20
20
25
25
20
4
175
150
30
30
30
30
135
100
60
60
80
5
15

25
D + 40 13 VIEW-A
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45
60
15
35
47
15
60
25
40 60
15
20
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20 30155

20
15
60
20

5
50
3
25
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60
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5
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20
15 15
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20 1320
35
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30 max.
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K228
100length = 6,000 40
100
45
15
100
110
110
15
135
40
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20 1330
20
25
25
20
40
5
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30
30

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0
60
60
15
80
30
60 45

135
150
196
90
15
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220
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60
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15
60
60
50
15
15
30
60
15 20
20
20
20
30
30*
20 100
100 VIEW-A
25
1
59
40
45

35
5
90
3
30
1
35
65
15
30 28
15
45
40
15
60 45
100
170 150
85
= specify roofslope ( or %)
21
K229
30
25 D + 40
450
D + 40
15 15
15
max.
length
=
6,000
mm
90
4515
15
60
60
1101
110
15
D 30

D 30

Ref.

350

30

D
15

Ref.

15

Flashing Components
Specification
15

15

30

30

15

15
+
50
20
30 1

135

15

80

40
40

15

20

95

150

30

50

80

15
30

27

30
35
A 1515
36

15
3090

34

20

23
21

B = d + 62

160

220

27 26

110

35
25
45
150
29
23 20
27 15
21
40
30
60

50

110 50

15

20

511
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10

23
21

135

45

29

25
35 33

75

15

20

27
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15

23
21

d 40
35

135

15

30

170
45
23

20

135

27

27

20

23

135

15

45

45
23

20

27 26

45

29
27

20

23

7.2.36
23

20

45

29
27 15

135

45
27

20

40

15
30

59

35 33

75

50

135

45

75 196

25

15

30

23
21

45

155

27

155

15

27

135

15

135
20

196

170
175

45

75

59

15

23 20
A 21
60

36 25
15
30

220
34
15
30

40

60

90
see gutter
system
B = d + 62specification

15

X*

A 15
15

10

85

45

161

80

155

160

45

15

15

25

150

15

65

35

160

30

135

160

110
5
10

60

90

50

35

15
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15

95

95

35

60K232

30

35

100

45

15

15
155

D + 40

15

161

95

95

35

50

138
88

59

71

15

15
175

25

45

220

50

40

15

90

30
15

VIEW-A

1-1

10

85

25

15
140

15

15

max.
X* length = 6,000 mm

160

80

D = specify wall panel thickness


45 35

15

65

15

155

90

45

40
40

175

15

15

93

15

20

21

100
40

d + 50

60

15

15
30

135

35

110

93

25

D + 40

15

X*
140

1015
0

35

15

30

60

15
135

100

20

25

85
D + X + 15

60

15

40

15

40

45 K231
15
110
20

60
30 28

max. length = 6,000 mm


80

15

20

30

D + 40
25

90
15

71

150

D + 55

160

40
65
40
5

15

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15

25

450

15

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25

15

15

15
30
25 15 8020
30
15

60
+
135
50 120

100

60

35

60

20

100

45

40

60
20

15

90
+

D + 40

6060

20
15
135
25
30 302028
1
60
28 35

112

15

D + 40

15

15
0
5

100

35

93

85

100

93

15
80
020
30
0
1
80 30 100
15
135

d + 50

D = specify wall panel thickness

45

15

150

K230

90

15

95

15

20

30

75
60

D + X + 15
15

200

93

15

15
30
35

15
20
20
30
13350
40
5

40

Notes 1
35

15

d20

15

15

80

15
50

D + 55

45

40

D + 165

160

60

90

30
90

240

60
112
8030 30
eln plocha
135
0

0
1

135
120
30 15
28
15
20
20
25 15 25
20
15
30
30
Profile
85
135
0
60
60

1080
(all dimensions in milimetres,
colorcoated
side)

30

30

30
100

d20

93

60

1580
20
30
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60 plocha 303530
1

20

93

93

30

30
97

120

15
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Accessories

90

15

135

15

D + X + d + 85
30

50

200

75

15

15
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95

93

30
15

50 120
15

15

150

50

15

85

110

+ 20
65

50

0
10

150

15

30
15

40

127

100
70

50
15

127

15 15 B

23

15
d 40

40

15

90

30

70

15

80

93

mi
n.

90

15

30

90

30

60
60 eln plocha 30 30
15
15
350

15
15

15

30

30

30

00120
185

10

50

1580

15
140

350

50

97

30

80
112
0
10
30 200
15

80

10
30
0
85 12 15

13

Flashing Components
Specification

D + X + d + 85

15

160

15

30

160

mi
n.

30

15

93

30

+ 30
5plocha
X30
30
eln470
35X + 30
45d + 50
35
15
1565

30

80

93

65

100

Accessories

47
15

+ 18
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80

15 D15
30

15
30 12020
20
D 30
100

30

15
30

1330
5
D + 18
20

93

100
d20
120

15

93

mi
n.

15

5
470

15

75

75

200

90
120

1515

15
80

112

30

15

15

95

95

11
5

90

161

90

160

90

95

95

160

160

110

11

95

95

9*

93

93

93

93

11
5

93

160

95

95

150

93

93

93

93

71

161

160

93

150

X + 30 40

0
10
30
15

160

D + 18
15

93

135
80

15
60
47
45

28
+
20
35
1520
50 120
15
1547
30
60
15
15
D + X + d + 85
45 D + 55
100

15
85

Profile20 6030
60
5
3
0
40
1
0
Ref.
Notes
135 (all dimensions
60 60 3colorcoated
D9+ 18in milimetres,

side) 1

1 5
135
7
15
D
115
15
15
1
+
18
D

3
60
5
80
135
15
90
35
20
D
20(mm) 25
25
15
15
1520 d30(mm)15
1520
d20
30
30 A
30
50
15
20
2080 30
20135
25 60 25
20 6030
100
30
30
112

15
80
135
80 13
30
30100
13575
15
60
60
80
80
30

5
15
0

135
0
15

1
100 15
44
35 15
60
30
28
+
A
15
15
50 120 120
20 30
58

15
15
D+
15
15
20 30
85 50

15
15
0
K233
15
60
150
72
0
135
50 4520
1
20
20

15
15
90
30
30 60
15
100
20 45
15
20 135 20
40

30
30
20
90 15

100 insulation
100
X*
d
=
specify
roof
panel
135
47
30
d20
135
40
45 50

25
90 20

135
d + 50
thicknessFF
60 45
30
60
150
60
603545 75
15
specify
for roof light panel FF/GRP40 right
1
150
135
15
D + 18

60
15
5
Dside
+ 40 lap
D + 40

3
and left
1

D
5
40 D + 40
15
15
15
4
D + 40 15
60
15
10
15

20
20
20
25
25
20
85
60
60
40
0
30
30 45
30
60 30
135
60 60
60
15

100
60
15
80
20

30
135
20
15
20
20
30
65
175
15
15
30 28
30
65 45
15
100
15
2030 30
30
15
28

45
15 60
100
50

15
15
30 140
135
60 35

=
specify
roofslope
(
or
%)
80
15
25
20

20
20
15
30
30
30
135
155
100
100
D
15
40
151
15
15
K234
D
=
specify
wall
panel
thickness
40
45

3
5
90
35
20
25
25
20
35
40
40
30
30 1 20
30
max. length = 6,000
mm
135
15
60 45

250
+
D
60
60
15
15
80
35

135
150
15
250 + D
15
D + 40
DVIEW-A
+ 40
90
25
45
60
VIEW-A
25

196
60
60
35
15
15
15
A
0
90
40
15
60
15
20 40
A
20
20220 20
30
100
100
25
30
40

15
65
15 25
135
35
30 28
15
15
45
100
110
*
A
15
10
110
110
15
15
85
150
0
59
= 30
specify roofslope ( or %)

110
110
K235
15
45
D + 40
D + 40
90
max. length = 6,000 mm
170
45
15175
60
60
X*
25 50
15
250 + D
20
20
15
30
65
15
VIEW-A
30 28
25

155
5
4
100
150
10
specify
for roof panel RT
85
0
15
A
40
K236
30
max. length = 6,000 mm
15
40
A
25
21
450
35
110
175
60
15
15
21
450
110
110
B = d + 62
1
135 15

75

VIEW-A
220
25
155 60
25
5
1-1
50
10
60
15
5
1
A
1-1
40 7 35 33
A
10
A
50
5
15
15
1
35
A
45
50
15
25
34
30
36
45
15
30
b = specify angle ( or %)
110
1
34
15
15
15
15 30
30
30
30
8
specify
for
roof
panel
RT
K237
3
110
1
15
15
30

90

138
88
max. length = 1,000
mm 15
135
88
220

21
15
45
45
450
50
29
40
20
20 23
27 15
27
*
d 40
15
15
1
21
59
30
d 40
15
150
135
135
30
60

170

150
1-1
145
145
45 105
45
29
35
35
40
A
15
15
1
A
23
23
A20 23
45 2029 27 45
20 23
40
26
27
27
50 45 20 15 27 45
+ 62 2
B = d21
35 23
A
23 203621 27 26
21
20 21 27
20 23
20 23
45
27
27

0
15
35
30
30
6
34
30
21
21
21
21
21
15
15
30
1
30
30
30
60
15 35
15
15 B = d + 85
30
135
8
3

150
B = d + 851
30
15
88
75
15
C

40
15
C
150
60
A

30
5
35
10
60
A 15
15
30
A
50
15
B = d + 62
135
36

75
15
34

150
15
90
30
135
135
135
25

90
30
30
45 30
45 7.2.37
45
45
45
45
29
40
A 30
29
352333
30
23 20
23 20
23 20
20 23
20
20 23
27
27
27 26
27
27 15
27
75
35
21
21
21
21
21
21
40
40

15

155

80

50

21

155

155

15

155

80

50

160

21

110

21

80

80

50

80
47

15

15
60100

85

140

15

15

Profile 20 0030 85
1
175
60

(all dimensions in milimetres,


colorcoated
side)
135
15
60

50

15

15

15

161

29
27 15
30

23
21

20

21

30
15

138
88

d 40

35
110

220
50

30

45
21

15

60 gutter system specification


see
5
10

15

50

15

15

15

150
40

30

40

d 40

60
d 40

15
30

10

50

15

135

B = d + 85

15

A 45
23 20
34 27
2115
30
30

45
27

A1315
5
36
20 1523
21
30

max. length = 6,000


45 mm 29
23
21

20

135

45

B = d + 62
27 26

27
75

30 25

20

23
21

35 33

15
30

30

60

75

40

15

35

60

15

36

150

15

23
21

59

34
15
30

30

30

138
88

15

90

15

35 33

K241

45

15

150

20

27

50

29
27
1-1 15
30

155

40

d 40

1-1

135

45

15

21

21

45

15

35

15
450

50

450

135

110

10

85

15
30

75

see gutter system specification

65
45 25

135
170

45
VIEW-A
23
20
27
21

25

X*

175

75

30

90

B = d + 62

K240

30

15

VIEW-A

40

25
196
15
35 33
75

15
110

15

160

50

15

135

60

35
15

80

A 15

36

40

110

35

15

D + 40
60 25

65
30

15
110

45

35

25

150

15

15

15

20

30

30

45

2523
21
40

23
21

15

60

20

90

20

110

D + 40
40

100

75

135

45
27

30

160

45
29
20 15 27 26

23
21

20

15

59

250 + D

d + 62
B =60

30 28

90

100

15

K239

50

D60+ 40

20

110

15

34
15
30

220

40

250 + D

80

40
D40
+ 40
15

60

30 28

155

60

25

80

15

150
A 15

35 45
15
36
15
15 30

25

100

150
35

155

25
59

15

15
205 30
4

135
170
20

100

50

10

60

60

20

20

15
30
35

175
20
20
40

155

15
30
135

15

15

15
30
135

95 90
+

30

15
30

100

15

max. length = 6,000 mm


150

11
5

160

15

10

15
25

196

b = specify angle (100


or %)

93

60

60 45220

X*

135
D
15
15
20
80

60

93

90
50

20

45

20
60

15

15
20
20
30
40 90 35
1
60

160

60

60

A 15
30
45 135

25

93

90 K238

15

71

15
30

135

20

93

15

35

15

50
93

35

20 30
110

35

15
30

135

80

15

95

15

20

75

60

15 d20
20
25
25 30
135
15
60

95

35

155

15
30

0
12

160

20

135

15

50

D + 18

50

28
15

Notes

110

135

100

85

80

10
30
15

40

15
30

15

15

15

135

15

112

80

80

15

30

110

30

15

93

X + 30
15
40
40
Ref.
15

15

30

75

25

90

160

65

93

35

45

45

1609
3

93

mi
n.

15

80

50

15

X*

97

95

60

80

45

Accessories

Flashing Components
Specification

D + X + d + 85

90

85

10

0
10 15
30
15

155

D + 40

15 15

350

200

150

mi
n.

D + 40

120

15
112

80

15

15

60

160

93

100
65 100

30

15

161

30

20

90

D + X + 15 35 15
15
30

13
45 5 X + 30
15
35 20
30 35
15
d + 50
15 15

80

80

95

d20

D + 18

70

15
30

95

D 30

90

150

120
100

47

15

0+
12

50

71

28
15

15
150

90 45

A
35

30 23
21

20

135

45
27

30 27

20

23
21

7.2.38
45
23
21

20

27 26

135

45

29
27

20

23
21

45
23
21

20

29
27 15

135

45
27

20

23
21

15
d

161

23
21

25
35 33

75

45

45

40

60

21

d 40

15
30

50

A = specify
15 dimension

30

45

K245 30
15

138

15

15
30

15

5
10 23
21

15
50 35
d 4015
135

45

135

45

2015 27
A
34
15
30

20

27

45

23 A 15

23

20

21 panel thickness
21
D = specify roof

30

36

15 dimensions
A, C = specify

29

25

30
30

K246A

60

35
15

135

15

45
23
21

20

30

45

27

27
30

150

135
20

23
21

15

30

7.2.39

90
30

35 33

75

90

40

75

30

max. length = 6,000 mm

30

150

40
45

0
27 6 20

27 26
d + 62
B =30

15

88

60
40

A
d 40

B = d + 85

15

150

135 150

45
40
23
20
27
21
60

29
27 15
30
30

15

15

155

45

150

34
15
30

max. length = 6,000 mm

88

1-1
20

220
0
15
D = specify50roof panel
thickness 1

d 40

50

20
1

27

23
21

155

15

23
21

80

23
21

95

1
45

150

161

110

135

21

135

175

110

450

100

30

15

15
d 40

70

max. length = 6,000 mm 30

21

29
20
27 1-1
27 35
15
30
15
13
45 5
30
30
15
15

138

21

15

34

15

A
20

15
30

15

23
A 15
21
36
K244

50

155

23
21

150
1
110
135

45
45
29
40
20
20 230
27 26
27
6
21 1
30
B = d + 62
75

140
00

specify for roof light panel RW/GRP40

110

20

27
A

120

30
85
d50
40

35

15

15

135

45

23

100
21

d = specify roof panel insulation thickness


RW

450

20
15

80

35 33

75

A (mm)

1360
5

15035

40
25

15

65
5
445
27A 20
30

25
170
VIEW-A

d (mm)

25

155

59

30

15

95

90

max. length = 6,000 mm

15

30

170

D + 40

60
40

1
15 50
15
45
110
196
29
23 4020
27 15

21 0
6
30
B = d + 62
75

15

specify for roof light


panel RW/GRP40
VIEW-A

25

30

65

35
d = specify roof panel insulation
15
35 thicknessRW
33
7
5

25

135

98

100

45

35

68

150 75
25

15

15 A 196
48

36

23
21

28

30

D+
60

80

A 15
30
5

15
30

34

15 30
2845
29
110
20
279026
27

25

15

90
+

135

20 40

20

120

59

20

1520

20
6030 150
20 35
801 40
30 28
1000
6

60

A (mm)
40

60

B = d + 62

60

110

20

25
15

100

35

170
25

D + 40
15

d (mm)
15

90

D + 40

15

15

15
250 + D

23
21

155

50
50
K243

30

23
21
15

90

27 20
5
10
220

45

100

15

30

50
160

27

20

45

80

23
60
21

135

36

15
30
250 + D
150

35
110

34

45

15

35

25
60

A 15 100

15

160

45

20

155

A
220

35

Notes

45

35

60

95

15

60 45
15

15

80

15
20
20
30
175
40

135

150

60

15

25

100

93

50

20
25
d20 60

59

160

20

45

90

15
30
135

85

K24250

15

5
10
15
50 60

60

50

10

15

15
30
35

11
5

160

60

30

15
15
15
175 20
20
30
135
1540

45

90

220

50

15
5

95

65

80

93

15

100

45

1550
20

25

60

75

15
30

20

15

+
060
12

50

15
15
30
135

Flashing Components
Specification

71

21

60
90

135

X*
D

80

28
45
15
15 35

160

93

VIEW-ARef.

35

30
15

85

1515
60 45
Profile
30
155
(all
dimensions
in
milimetres,
colorcoated45side)

5
15
3
1

A
5
15
60
13
D
15
15
X*
25 30
30
20
30
15
135
110
80

20

D + 40
D + 18

10

1A35

155

15

50

85

90

35

110

15
30
5
13140
0
10

15

20 3030 15

47

15

40

Accessories

100

20

15
90 15 A60
60

93

18
D +80

160

60

15

112

80

00

71

15

15

110

30

93

2520 1520
110 60
30 28

35

160

VIEW-A 30

25
47
15
45 X + 30
3540 D + 40
D + 40
15
15
60
60 135
25
40 15
15
40 30
20
30 20
30
15
5
3
1
65 100
15
45

100

90

15

95

D + 18

80

100

95

mi
n.
93

100 80

155

47

45
23
21

20

27 26
30

135

45

29
27

20

45

29
max. length =236,000
23
20 mm
27 15
21
21
30

135

45
27

20

23
21


160

220

15

110

90

100

15

95

90
+

95

35

40

60
D + 40
B = d + 62
75
60

25
25
65 4035 33
45 75
25
35
15
30
Notes
15
135 15

90

15
35

11
*

170

15

135

VIEW-A

160

35

15100
0

170

15
5

110

15

30

Flashing Components
Specification
196

50
15

100

15
20

30 28

100

59

35
25 A 15
250 + D
D + 40
36
60
15
34
15
*
30
20
59 30 20
196
150
15
30
15
30 28
17040
196

80

35

150
15
A
45

25

60
20

50

50

590
10
15

Accessories
155
220

35

15

60

5
1354
196

60

25

15

160

15

60 45

220
15
35 60
15

155

155

50
15
20
2015 30
40

135

90

175

110 45

90

15
30
135

20

93

93

50175

60

35

30

15

155

10

85

135

110

160

30
21

85

80

60

10

160

100

90
+

15
5

155

80

160

Ref.

90

50

15
15

A
10
85
0

Profile
A 15
15 60

A
*
220
(all
dimensions
in
milimetres,

colorcoated
side)
50
110
110
B = d + 62
5936
0

75
15
175
34

15

170
30
15
15*0
135
1
135
250 + D 30
3525
59

15
45
45
45
45
45
45
29
35 33
15
40
29
max.
length
=
6,000
mm 40
23 K246a
23
23
23
23
23
7
20
20
20
20
20
20
VIEW-A
A
26
170
5
27
27
27
27
27 15
27
25
155
35
d 40
15

21
21
21
21
21
35
6021
A 15
30
30
30

40
d
15
15
A
15
40
15
B = d + 62
135
36
30
150

75
15
4

25
30
110
40
25
15
A15
113550
135
5

110
110
21
0
35
35
33
645
A 15
15
450
45
45
45
29
75

23
max. length = 6,000 mm
3
23 K246b
40
20
2040 23
20 13 2715 291 27
20 23
d + 62 27
B = 26
27
A
5 15
d 40
220
15
115
21
21
21
75 60 21
35
A 15

30
30
30
50
d 40
15
25
B = d + 62
60
135 15
30
36
15
150 05

1-1
15
1
35 3375
1
7
30
5
135
135
50
25

15
45
45
45
45
30
35 33
29
23 20
30
40
20 23
20 23
d = specify panel insulation thickness
27 7515
27

d 40
15
15
1515
K247
21
21
21
8
3
1
30
max. length = 6,000 mm
d 40
15
21
30
88
450
30
15
135

150
15
45
1 45
29
23 20
40
20 23
27 15
27
d 40
15
40
21
21 135
60
15

45 30
45
d 40
15

05
1-1
0
1
29
6
A
15
d
=
specify
panel
insulation
thickness
23 20
23
40
150
15
20
1
27K248a
27
30
A
135
15
d

40
15
50
21
21
B = d + 6245
max.
mm
45 length
45
30
36= 6,000
30
40d 40
45
15
15
75
15
A
34
23
23
23
30
20
20
20
15
30
27
27
27 2
30
150
35
30
21
21
21
25
15
15
30

30
60
138
15
135
35

88
B = d + 85
3075 30
5

10

15
5

155

50

15
5

50

21

15

155

80

50

21

80

15
5

50

30
300

K248b

30

30

12

150

40

K249

45

A
35

23 20
21 30

max. length = 6,000 mm


280

300

27

27

30

30

20

45

23
21

23
21

20

45

29
27 26
30

27

135

45

29
23 20
20 23
max.
mm 27 15
21 length = 6,000
21
30

5
C

15

50

40

60

350
90

150

150

30

40

15

K250

B=d+85

30

A
40

40

d+35

60

15 350

15

15
d = specify
panel insulation thickness

A = specify dimension
max. length = 6,000 mm

15
30

15

60

1-1
d+35

K252
1

50

1-1

7.2.40
1

d+34
50

60

15

12

135

45

90

15

135

15

150

60

15 15

C
150

for panel KS1000RW


d = specify roof panel insulation
thicknessRW
length = 1,000 mm
(total length = 1,015 mm)

135

45
27

20

23
21

40

350

40

59

350

15

15

170

15
21

Flashing Components
Specification
150

50

A 15

36

34
15
30

Ref.

50

colorcoated side)
1-1

35

23
21

K25245
20

135

45
27

27

30

15

20

45

23
21

23
21

20

30

40

B=d+85

60

15
d+35
15

30

40

K253

27

20

23
21

23
21

20

45 d+34
29
27 15
50 30

35

135

75

15

25
35 33

75

Notes

for panel KS1000FF


135
d = specify
roof panel insulation

15
45
thicknessFF
23
20
27
length = 1,000 mm d 40
21
(total length = 1,015
15 mm)
30

40

15
d 40

150

150

60

27 26

135

45

29

B = d + 62

d+35

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

1-1

15

30

60

15
5

15

80

40

10

155

60

50

Accessories

d = specify panel insulation thickness

A
15

A = specify dimension
B = d + 140
max. length = 6,000 mm

15

60

7.2.41

30
150

Pre-fabricated
Components
Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

25

12

D24

200

D18
D
= specify wall panel thickness

2 hole 6.5

220

2 hole 7

th. 3

Flat bar 530

2 hole 7

2 hole 7

Z06 Flat bar 530


70

th. 3

D10

D
standard 30
th. 1.5

th. 3

4 hole 7
D bar
= specify
Flat
530 panel thickness

100

50
th. 1.5
sheet thickness = 1.5mm for lengths up
Flat bar 530 standard
30
standard th. 1.5 50
20
D
to 3,000mm
D

70

sheet thickness = 1mm for lengths from


3,000mm to 6,000mm

Z07

th. 3

D10

70
30
Flat bar 530

30 70

100

50
th. 3
standard
th. 1.5
standard
th. 1.550
D

D Flat bar 530


standard th. 1.5
70
20
D

D th. 3
standard th. 1.5

12

220
D

Flat bar 530

2 hole 6.5

Flat bar 530

Flat bar 530

200

D = specify panel thickness

Flat bar 530

50
standard th. 1.5 50
9

70

70
Flat bar 530

Z05

4 hole 7

25

220

150
4 hole 7

(for wall panels TF,


12 FR)

D
standard th. 1.5

2 hole 6.5

D
A thickness
Flat bar 530
sheet
= 1mmfor
lengths from
3,000mm to 6,000mm

th. 2

220

200

Flat bar 530

D18

D24

Flat bar
7 530
4 hole

sheet thickness = 1.5mm for lengths up


2 hole 7 to 3,000mm

45

18

e 7

~10 25

2 hole 7

99

Flat bar 530

D = specify wall panel thickness

standard th. 1.5

45

Z04

Flat25bar 530

2 hole 7

150

(for wall panelAWP)

th. 2
2 hole 7

4 hole 7

2 items per meter recommended

18

45

Z03

99

~10 25

hole 7

standard th. 1.5

2 hole 7
150

Flat bar 530

45

2 hole 7 Notes

220

Ref.

sheet thickness =501.5mm for lengths up


standard th. 1.5 50
Flat bar 530
to 3,000mm
sheet thickness = 1mm for lengths from
3,000mm to 6,000mm

333 (250)

D10
30

Z10

30
D
standard
th.
1.5
20
D

standard th. 1.5


th. 3

30
70

100

D10

D = specify wall panel thickness

standard th. 1.5


50
standard th. 1.5 50

30
70

20

.3

th. 3

100

333 (250)

30

standard th. 1.5

30

150

12

20

25

333 (250)
99

10

D18

200

th. 3

2 hole 6.5
C

25

2 hole 6.5
6

D18

200

12

10
B
25

99

20

53

333 (250)

150

53

150
12

(for wall panel RW)

20

53

333 (250)

sheet thickness = 1mm for lengths from


3,000mm to 6,000mm

100

D10

150

th. 3
25 7.3.42

B
C

99

th. 3

Z11

53

D = specify wall panel thickness


sheet thickness = 1.5mm for lengths up
to 3,000mm

Flat bar 530

th. 3

70

D
standard th. 1.5
D
standard th. 1.5
70

th. 3

70

Accessories

70

th. 3
th. 3

D10 30

30
standard th. 1.5

30

100
standard th. 1.5

20

D
20

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

50
standard th. 1.5 50
50
standard th. 1.5 50

100

D10

30

Pre-fabricated
Components
Specification

Notes

Snow fence should be installed according


to manufacturers instructions. Exact
location and quantity of snow fences
must be specified by designer.

333 (250)
333 (250)

Snow fence can be installed onRW orFF


roof panels. (If required, we can supply for
panel RT.)

Z12

For order panel profile (RW or FF) must be


specified.

25
6

99

200
200

D18
D18

2 hole 6.5

D = specify wall panel thickness


2 items per meter recommended

20
53

99

20

10

10

Z13

53

53

12

53

150
25

12 150

(for wall panelFH)

th. 3

th. 3

2 hole 6.5

Snow fence should


according
150 be installed
D
to manufacturers instructions. Exact
60
50 D 25 25
location and quantity of snow fences
must be specified by designer according
to technical documents. 6

(125)

(208)

6.5

Material type: aluminium

(3)

Z14

8.5

(100)
6 7

(21)

(74)

(50)

(42) (3)

Thickness: 3mm

150

(50)

50

8.5

32

32

200
32

32

32

(20)

benchmark JIG for Evolution panels


6 7

(3)

6.5

20
22

(21)

(74)
(208)

32

32

200
32

32

32

(20)

6 7

7.3.43

24

20

(42)

Z15b
6.5

60

(164)

22

25

18

150
25

50
(333.3)

60

25

Z15a

25

Panel type application:RW

18

(42) (3)

(164)

24

(333.3)

(42)

Unit length: 1,996mm

JIG for AWP panels

22

(1,996)

B20

32

Flat bar 530


150

D
12

99

Pre-fabricated
Components
Specification
D24

200

standard th. 1.5

45

4 hole 7

25

th. 2

2 hole 6.5

Accessories
Flat bar 530
Flat bar 530

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

50
standard th. 1.5 50

20

Louvres are manufactured from coated


galvanised steel sheets. For colour
and coating availability please contact
Kingspan.
A, B, C = specify dimensions
Standard louvre dimensions:

Z08

A = 1,000mm,
B = 5003,000mm,
C = 100mm,
D = 50mm.
For production of louvres with nonstandard dimensions (A, B, C) please
consult Kingspan before.
D

C
C

7.3.44

~10 25
D18

18

45

2 hole 7

bar 530
25

standard th. 1.5

D24

200

~10 25
D18

Pre-fabricated
Components
Specification

18

45

99

45

150
12

th. 2

2 hole 6.5

Accessories

530

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Notes

Ref.

Louvres are manufactured from coated


galvanised steel sheets. For colour
and coating availability please contact
Kingspan.
A, B, C = specify dimensions
Standard louvre dimensions:

Z09

A = 1,000mm,
B = 5003,000mm,
C = 100mm.
For production of louvres with nonstandard dimensions (A, B, C) please
consult Kingspan before.
C

7.3.45

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes
D

1 bend vertical corner


Panel KS1000AWP
max. length 8,000mm
Amin, Bmin = 250mm
A+B = module 1,000mm

R11

= 80175
R

a be consulted
at the asymmetric corners to determine
the orientation ofside lap
B

profilation to be discussed

B
C

Vertical curved panel


B

Panel KS1000AWP
A

max. length 8,000mm


R

Amin, Cmin = 100mm


A+B+C = max. module 1,000mm,

R12

Rmin = D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


the orientation ofside lap
C

profilationR to be discussed

B
B

C
B

du

1, 0

00

Vertical curved panel

Panel KS1000AWP
R

le)

(m

max. length 8,000mm


2C+B 900 mm

R13

B>300 mm, Cmin = 100mm

60<<175

Rmin = D

B
C

D B

B
C

7.4.46
D

ule

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

du

le)

1, 0

00

(m

Vertical curved panel


R

R14

Panel KS1000AWP
max. length 8,000mm

60<<175

Rmin = D

B
D

le )

1 bend horizontal corner

(m

du

A
1,1

50

Panel KS1000AWP
Amin, Bmin = 250mm
R

R15

Amax=1,500 mm, Bmax=4,500 mm


B

=90180

module 1,000mm

C
B

2 bend horizontal corner

le )

50

, b=90180

module 1,000mm

A
1, 1

Amin, Cmin = 250mm, Bmin=500 mm


Amax, Cmax = 1,500mm, Bmax=3,000 mm

(m

du

R16

Panel KS1000AWP

7.4.47

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

2 bend vertical corner


Panel KS1000AWP
Dmax = 100mm

R17

, b=135 standard
, b be consulted

B
D

A+B+C=max. module 1,000 mm

C
B

Vertical curved panel

Panel KS1000AWP
max. length 8,000mm
Amin, Bmin = 250mm

AA

R18

A+B=max. module 1,000 mm

=90, Rmin = D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


L the orientation ofside lap

Horizontal curved panel


D

R=outer radius, Dmax=120 mm


Rmin = 2,500mm for D=40, 60, 80, 100,
R 120mm

R19

other sizes consult with the manufacturer

L
D

B
D

Panel KS1000AWP

max. length L=7,000mm

7.4.48

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
B

Accessories
B

Ref.

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Notes
D

1 bend vertical corner


R

Panel KS1150TF

max. length 8,000mm

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

A + B = max. module 1,150mm

R21

=R 80175

at the asymmetric corners to determine


the orientation ofside lap
profilation to be discussed

C
B

1, 0

00

B
D

le)

Vertical curved panel


R

du

(m

Panel KS1150TF

max. length 8,000mm


Amin, Cmin = 100mm
R

A + B + C = max. module 1,150mm

R22

= 80175

Rmin = D

R corners to determine
at the asymmetric
the orientation ofside lap

B
C

B
C
C

le
du

Vertical curved panel

1,1

50

Panel KS1150TF
B

(m

max. length 8,000mm

B > 300mm

R23

Cmin = 60mm
R

2C+B 950 mm

60 << 175

Rmin = D

B
C

B
C

B
D

B
C
C
7.4.49

1, 0

00

(m

du

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
D

Accessories

B
D

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

le )

A
1,1

50

(m

du

Vertical curved panel


R

Panel KS1150TF

R24

max. length 8,000mm

60 << 175
D

Rmin D

C
B

le )

Panel KS1150TF

50

(m

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

A
1, 1

Amax = 1,500mm

R25

1 bend horizontal corner

Bmax = 4,500mm

= 90180

du

module 1,150mm

2 bend horizontal corner

00
A
1, 0

module 1,150mm

, = 90180

Amin, Cmin = 250mm, Bmin=500 mm


Amax, Bmax = 1,500mm, Bmax=3,000 mm

le )

(m

du

R26

Panel KS1150TF

7.4.50

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
B

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

A A

2 bend
R vertical corner
Panel KS1150TF

Dmax = 100mm

R27
D

, b=135 standard

, b
be consulted

A+B+C=max. module 1,150 mm


D

Vertical curved panel


Panel KS1150TF

max. length 8,000mm

A+B=max. module 1,150 mm

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

A
A

R28

=90, Rmin = D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


L the orientation ofside lap

Horizontal curved panel


Panel KS1150TF

R29

R=outer radius, Dmax=120 mm

Rmin = 2,500mm for D=40, 60, 80, 100,


R
120mm

other sizes consult with the manufacturer

L
D

B
D

max. length L=7,000mm

7.4.51

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Accessories
B

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)
1, 0

00

B
D

Notes

D
R

le
du

(m

Ref.

1 bend vertical corner

Panel KS1150FR

max. length 6,000mm

A + B = max.Rmodule 1,150mm

= 80175
C

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

R31

at the asymmetric corners to determine


the orientation ofside lap

B
C
C

le
du

1,1

50

Vertical curved panel


Panel KS1150FR

(m

max. length 6,000mm

R
A

Amin, Cmin = 60mm

= 80175

R32

Rmin = D

Dmax = 120mm

R
at the asymmetric
corners to determine
the orientation ofside lap

A + B + C = max. module 1,150mm

profilation to be discussed

B
D

C
B

C
C

du

Vertical curved panel

50
1, 1

Panel KS1150FR
B

le )

(m

max. length 6,000mm


R

2C+B 950 mm

60 << 175

Rmin = D

Dmax = 120mm

B > 300mm, Cmin=100 mm

R33

D
C

B
C

7.4.52
D

A
1,1

50

(m

du

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Notes
A

Ref.

le )

(m

du

Panel KS1150FR

A
1, 1

50

Vertical curved panel

R34

max. length 6,000mm


C

60 << 175

Rmin = D

Dmax = 120mm

B R

le )

(m

du

Panel KS1150FR

00

A
1, 0

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

Bmax = 4,500mm

= 90180

module 1,150mm

Amax = 1,500mm

R35

1 bend horizontal corner

Panel KS1150FR

Bmin = 500mm
Amax, Cmax = 1,500mm

Bmax = 3,000mm

, = 90180

module 1,150mm

A
1,1

50

(m

le )

du

Amin, Cmin = 250mm

R36

2 bend horizontal corner

7.4.53

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes
D

2 bend vertical corner

Panel KS1150FR
Dmax = 100mm

, b=135 standard

R37

A+B+C=max. module 1,150 mm


D

Vertical curved panel


D

Panel KS1150FR
max. length 4,000mm

Amin, BRmin = 250mm

R38

A+B=max. module 1,150 mm

=90, Rmin = D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


L the orientation ofside lap

D Horizontal curved panel

Panel KS1150FR

R39

max. length L=6,000mm


R

AA

Rmin = 2,500mm for D=80, 100, 120mm

B
D

7.4.54

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
C

C
B

Accessories

B
C
C

le
du

Notes

(m

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

1,1

50

R
A

1 bend vertical corner

Panel KS1000FH

max. length 6,000mm

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

R41

A + B = max.
R module 1,000mm

at the asymmetric corners to determine


the orientation ofside lap

profilation to be discussed

B
D

C
B

C
C

)
u le

Vertical curved panel

(m

50
1, 1

Panel KS1000FH
B

max. length 6,000mm


Amin, Cmin = 60mm

= 80175

R42

Rmin = D

Dmax=120 mm

A + B + C = max. module 1,000mm

at the asymmetric
corners to determine
R
the orientation ofside lap

profilation to be discussed

D
C

B
C

le )
du Vertical curved panel

(m

Panel KS1000FH

1, 0

00

max. length 6,000mm


R

2C+B 900 mm
B > 300mm

R43

Cmin = 100mm

60 << 175

Rmin = D
Dmax=120 mm

D
D

C
B

C
C

7.4.55
D

A
1, 1

50

(m

du

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
D

Notes

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

le )

Panel KS1000FH
C

C
A

max. length 6,000mm


B

60 << 175
D

R44

Rmin = D
Dmax=120 mm C

Vertical curved panel

A
1, 0

00

(m

du

Panel KS1000FH

A
1,1

R45

50

Amin, Bmin = 250mm


Amax = 1,500mm

(m

1 bend horizontal corner

)
ule

Bmax = 4,500mm C
= 90180

D
C

module 1,000mm

2 bend horizontal corner

Panel KS1000FH
Amin, Cmin = 250mm

Bmin = 500mm

0(

, = 90180

module 1,000mm

A
1, 1
5

Bmax = 3,000mm

mo

le)

Amax, Cmax = 1,500mm

du

R46

7.4.56
D
A

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

D
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

2 bend vertical corner

Panel KS1000FH
L

Dmax = 100mm
, b=135 standard

A+B+C=max. module 1,000 mm


B

R47

Vertical curved panel


Panel KS1000FH

max. length 4,000mm


A A

Amin, BRmin = 250mm


A+B=max. module 1,000 mm

=90, Rmin = D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


L the orientation ofside lap

R48

Horizontal curved panel


D
R

R49
A

Rmin = 2,500mm for D=80, 100, 120mm

other sizes consult


with the manufacturer
R

B
D

Panel KS1000FH
max. length L=6,000mm

7.4.57

C
C

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
C

B
B

Accessories

B
D

B
C
C

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

le
du

Notes

1, 1

50

(m

Ref.

1 bend vertical corner

R
R

Panel KS1150TL
Amin, Bmin = 250mm

be consulted

=R 80175

A + B = max. module 1,150mm

R51

max. length 8,000mm

Dat the asymmetric corners to determine

the orientation ofside lap

B
C

du

le )

(m

00

1, 0

Vertical curved panel


B

Panel KS1150TL

max. length 8,000mm


Amin, Cmin = 100mm
R

A + B + C = max. module 1,150mm

= 80175

Rmin = D

R52

at the asymmetric corners to determine


R
the orientation
ofside lap

C
B

du

50
1,1

le )

(m

Vertical curved panel

Panel KS1150TL
R

max. length 8,000mm

B > 300mm

R53

Cmin = 60mm

2C+B 950 mm

Rmin = D

60 << 175

B
D

B
C

7.4.58
e)

A
1, 0
0

0(

mo

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
D

Accessories

Notes

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

le )

Panel KS1150TL C

Vertical curved panel

A
1,1
5

0(

du

mo

R54

max. length 8,000mm


Rmin D

60 << 175
C

le)

0(

Amin, Bmin = 250mm


Amax = 1,500mm

Bmax = 4,500mm

A
1, 1
5

Panel KS1150TL
B

R55

1 bend horizontal corner

du

mo

= 90180

module 1,150mm
B

2 bend horizontal corner


Panel KS1150TL
Amin, Cmin = 250mm, Bmin=500 mm
A

R56

Amax, Bmax = 1,500mm, Bmax=3,000 mm

, = 90180

module 1,150mm

7.4.59

C
D

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
B

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes
D

AA

2 bend vertical corner

Panel KS1150TL
A

, b=135 standard

A+B+C=max. module 1,150 mm

B
D

Dmax = 100mm
D

R57

Vertical curved panel


Panel KS1150TL

max. length 8,000mm


Amin, Bmin = 250mm

A
A

R58

A+B=max. module 1,150 mm

=90, Rmin = D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


L the orientation ofside lap

Horizontal curved panel


Panel KS1150TL
max. length L=7,000mm

R59

R=outer radius, Dmax=120 mm

Rmin = 2,500mm for D=40, 60, 80, 100,


R 120mm

other sizes consult with the manufacturer

L
D

7.4.60

B
B

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification

Accessories

B
C

du

le )

(m

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Notes

1, 0

00

Ref.

D
R

1 bend vertical corner


R

Panel KS1150TC

max. length 8,000mm

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

R61

=
R 80175

at the asymmetric corners to determine


D
the orientation ofside lap

A + B = max. module 1,150mm

B
C

profilation to be discussed

B
C

du

le )

Vertical curved panel

max. length 8,000mm

Amin, Cmin = 100mm


R

Panel KS1150TC
R

1,1

50

(m

A + B + C = max. module 1,150mm

= 80175

Rmin = D

R62

at the asymmetric corners to determine


the orientation ofside lap
profilation to be discussed
C

1, 1

50

(m

du

le)

Vertical curved panel


Panel KS1150TC
R

max. length 8,000mm


R

2C+B 950 mm
B > 300mm
Cmin = 60mm

60 << 175
Rmin = D

Dmax=120 mm

7.4.61

R63

A
1,1
5

0(

mo

du

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
C

Notes

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Vertical curved panel


D

A
1, 1

(m

le)

50

du

Panel KS1150TC

R64

C
max. length 8,000mm

60 << 175

Rmin D

max. module 1,150mm

1 bend horizontal corner

Panel KS1150TC

Amin, Bmin = 250mm


Bmax = 4,500mm

= 90180

Amax = 1,500mm

R65

module 1,150mm

Dmax=120 mm

2 bend horizontal corner

Panel KS1150TC
Amin, Cmin = 250mm
Bmin = 500mm

R66

Amax, Cmax = 1,500mm

Bmax = 3,000mm

, = 90180

module 1,150mm
C

7.4.62

Accessories

Pre-fabricated Insulated
Corners Specification
B

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes
D

A
A

2 bend vertical corner

Panel KS1150TC
A

R67

Dmax = 100mm
, b=135 standard

A+B+C=max. module 1,150 mm

B
D

Vertical curved panel


Panel KS1150TC

Amin, Bmin = 250mm

R68

max. length 8,000mm


R

A+B=max. module 1,150 mm

=90, Rmin = D
D

at the asymmetric corners to determine


L the orientation ofside lap

Horizontal curved panel


Panel KS1150TC
max. length L=7,000mm

R69

R=outer radius, Dmax=120 mm

Rmin = 2,500mm for D=40, 60, 80, 100,


120mm
other sizes consult with the manufacturer

7.4.63

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular

Accessories

08
P

80 (cut back)

03
P

600 mm

08
P

127
K

20 35 25
Back putty
126
K

13
P
126b
K
126c
K
126d
K

max. 2,000 mm

126g
K

03
P

126e
K
31
P
126g
K

150

126f
K

7.5.64

15

250

15

45

15
350 2 B

15
30
min. 10

min. 10

200

Accessories

min. 120

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular

120 + B

Notes

colorcoated side)
panel
profile
min. 10

material
width

143

596

144

597

120 + B4

146

599

147

600

roofslope
a

min. 120

120 + B

280
50
40

350

40

350

Closed Gutter
35

90
(89)

D+20

18

160

K126

84

10

30

85
(84)

89

10

65

35

160

90

90

95

0
10

15

60

15

15

15

FF

175 (173)

[]

material
width

[mm]

149

602

150

603

152

605

153

606

155

608

156

609

158

611

159

612

161

614

15 162
75

615

10

165

618

15
168

166 40

619 40

11

621

169

622

12

171

624

172

625

50

13

174

627

175

628

14

177

630

178

631

15

180

633

181

634

16

183

636

184

637

17

186

639

187

640

18

189

19

192

642

190

643

645

193

646

20

195

648

21

199

652

197

650

200

653

22
173

202

655

203

656

23

205

658

206

659

24

209

662

210

663

25

212

665

213

666

26

215

668

27

219

672

28

222

6755

223

676

29

226

679

227

680

30

229

682

231

684

15

15
75

216

669

220

673

min. 10

RW

350 2 B

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

350 2 B

45

30

280

Ref.

60

120 + B

250

30

45

200
A

135

Notes:

B
Max. length up to 8,000mm,
recommended length to
6,000mm. 15 15

120

specify panel profile

35

X = according to the table

15

More information on the order form.

270

97

90

90

25
15

10

D + (X + d) + 55

95

235

30

67

25

D + 20

160

160

80
80
18
0

10

50
75

85

85

10

30 15

80
D + 205

50
75

7.5.65

15

15
70
30 20
min. 10

120

min. 10

30
15
350 2 B

min. 10
15
min. 10

120
45

20

min. 120

180 2 8
120 + B

15
min. 410
5 30
70

165

15

40

Profile
350 270
in
B milimetres,
(all dimensions
20 30
15

40
25

75

100

15

15

15

45

15
75

30

40

173

40

50
75

Cage

120 + B

60
1075

65 45

30

63

75

L
A

160

160

92
85

15

63

30
15

B
15

(intended for circle K126c)

200
65 45

50

173

15

120

10

135

235

15

40

B
75
1540 15

15

65 45

50

63

18 120

15

DownpipeD + 205
four-square
15
90

270

235
B

80

160

95

L
B
80

15

80

120

18

available BB dimensions:
100100, 120120, 150150

L
85

D + 20

L = specify dimension (max. 6,000mm)


B = specify dimension

15

15

30

67

50

More information on75the order form.


35

30 15

15

15

D + 205
15

95

67

90

00

270
D

L
D + 20

160

45

15

15

10

10

25

200

50

25K126d

80

75

45

available for diameters:


100, 120, 150

85

30 15
35
C
15

235

80
15

160

80

d = B2 D
L

D + 20

92

B30
15

67

200

L = specify270
dimension

75

15

available BB dimensions:
100100, 120120, 150150

10

15

10

90

25

30
A

75

35

45
15

B
15

95

15
20 10
5

25

50

30

Square Gutter Gully

K126cX

90
available for diameters:
100, 120, 150

10

75
40 d B
45

40

15

02B

10

L
15

270

45

75

10

15

173

15

15

15

270

92

30
15

K126b

84

coupling width 50mm

15

89

280

15 d

15
10
25 20 25
5

15

30

20 + B

gutter
d

350
175 (173)

84

350 15
2B
30
min. 10

15

X = according
to the table item K126
C

X
0
10

0
10

45

63

30
15

Notes

250

160

160

K126a

135

89
15

100

92

280
200 120 + B
18 35

65 45

20015
20 10
5

Gutters Punction

90
+

15

15

45 45 75
40
15
1025
50 30 75

120 + B

45

35

3015
colorcoated
side)15

15

75

min. 10

60
10

15

15

30

350

15 Ref.
min. 120

15

45

20

60

50

40

30

250

135

15

280

60

min. 10

10

15

15

280

15
250

30
15
75 15
20 10
5

25

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular

120 + B

Accessories

25
75

160

100
120 + B

15

30

100

10

200

200

45

60

min. 120

20

12

15

30

135

12

7.5.66

15

15

15
350 2 B

350 2 B

min. 10

Accessories

120 + B

120 + B

120 + B

250

15
20 10
5

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular

200

135

min. 10

30

min. 10
350 2 B

min. 120

10

min. 120

15

15

45

45

280

15
50
40

colorcoated side)

0
10

90
(89)

D+20
60

K126e

85
(84)

30

35+ B
18 120

120 + B

B = specify dimension
= specify280
angle ()

350

15

89

C = specify dimension

available BB dimensions:
84
50
100100,
120120, 150150
0
10

65

0
10

45

40

40
173

175 (173)

350

15

15

B
35

15

160

45

89

15

B = specify dimension A
84
available BB dimensions:
B
B
100100, 120120, 150150
15
15

200
0

35

85
(84)

30

50

65

35

10

45

15

18

135

60

10

120

10

10

85

90
(89)

D+20

+
0

90

K126f

15

60

160

90

Drain Elbow four-square

160

15

95

00

90

15 270

173

175 (173)

C 75

15

15

90

90

10

15

25

97

93

L
80

270

135

160

160

85

50

C = 50100mm
A = 50 mm

10

85

D + 20

available B dimensions:
100, 120, 150

80
B

C
D + 205
15

75 More information on the order form.

75
15

15
D + (X + d) + 55

270

15

90

85

85

160

80

90

10

50
75
15

25
15

97

10

30
25

10

80
D + 205

50

7.5.67

75
15

B
30 15

80

50

1518 15

160

10

30

B,25C = specify dimensions

80

K126g 15

Sleeve four-square

67

95

D
D + (X + d) + 55

93

160

95

90

350

15

60

40

min. 10

15

min. 10

35

75

Notes
15

350 2 B

Bounce four-square

15

350

160

15

15

40

Profile

350
30 (all dimensions63in15milimetres,
15
15

min. 120

92

65 45

Ref.

40

75

90
+

15

35

90
+

15

45

n. 10

200

A
B
15

15

15
75

350

65 45

75

15

92

63

30

L
L

160

D + 20

80

C = specify dimension

L
160

67

80

B = specify dimension

18B angle ()
= specify

10

30 dimensions:
available BB
15
100100, 120120, 150150

80

173

50

15
25

84

175 (173)

15
C

95

89

K126i
85

50

35

15

10

90

160

30
15

25

10

D + 205

50

B
15

75

15

90

10

Gutter Hook

15

90

200

RW

35

35

FF

24

38

5
15

235

130

15

95

30
25

67

132

58

75

35
15

25
D

70

A, B = specify dimensions

15

15

material
width [mm]

120
specify
panel profile

50

75

35

b []

production length = 600 mm

15

More information on the order form.

50

85

270

10

120

panel
profile

0
10

10

B
15

85

45

270

160

K127

15

160

85

120

15
270

35

85

92
235

Two-part Elbow four-square

40

75

63

90

18

40

65 45

50

30
15

90

For order please specify:


RIGHT or LEFT option
type and dimension of gutter

135

280

15

10

90

Gutter stop end must be ordered separately.

15

30

15
20 10
5

45

97

The gutter stop end can be produced in RIGHT or LEFT option.


(The picture shows RIGHT gutter stop end.)

50

00

45

15

K126h

40

Notes
15

120 + B

40

10

135

min. 120
A

173

colorcoated side)

30

15
20 10
5

10

15

75

Gutter stop350 2 B

min. 10

25

84

175 (173) Profile


(all dimensions in milimetres,C

Ref.

25

135

30

160

160

85
(84)

X 280

0
10

65

15

120 + B

89

75

0
10

45

60

75

35
15

18

25

Accessories

60

30
15

30
30

90 1 120 + B
25
(89) 15
75

30

D+20

00

50

75

min. 120

95

60

40

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular

60

15

30

15
40

15

15
30
min. 10

min. 10

15

75

45

160

350 2 B

350

250

15

350

67

L
D

D + 20
80

80

80

18
30 15

80
D + 205
15

7.5.68

15

15

15

15

30

240
15

zadn plocha 90 30
30

90

30

30

90
30

30

D + 165

30

30

Accessories

cha 30 30

eln plocha 30 30
120

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular

15
200 Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

93

On special agreement it is possible to produce preformed


eave gutter-gable corner. For details please consult Kingspan
Technical Services.
45 D + 55
40
For order please specify:
15
= roofslope ( or %)
type and dimension of gutter K126
dimension of flashing K131
15
colour and coating
RIGHT or LEFT option
D + X + 15 OUTSIDE or INSIDE option

roof slope
90
K131

K130a
112

80

26

135

50
0
50

28
15

80
+

15

30

0
12

150

0
10
30
15

K1

30

d20

(The picture is RIGHT OUTSIDE design.)

135

15

20
d + 50

roofslope tileslope

15

15

60

15

60

93

20

25

15

15
30

135

80

93

40
40

40
15

15

35

95

35
15

45

90

K232
160

65
85
15

175

a1 []

b []

e []

X [mm]

[mm]

98

108

156

606

13

99

109

159

609

14

10

100

110

162

612

15

1511

101

111

165

615

140
16

12

102

112

168

618

17

13

103

113

171

621

18

14

104

114

175

625

19

15

105

115

178

628

20

16

106

116

181

631

21

17

107

117

184

634

22

18

108

118

187

637

15
23

19

109

119

190

640

A24

20

110

120

193

643

21

111

121

196

646

26
15

22

112

122

200

650

27
25

23

113

123

203

653

28

24

114

124

206

656

29

25

115

125

209

659

30

26

116

126

213

663

31

27

117

127

216

666

32

28

118

128

220

670

33

29

119

129

223

673

34

30
35

120

130

227

677

121

131

230

680

32

122

132

234

684

37

33

123

133

238

688

38

34

124

134

242

692

39

35
196

125

135

245

695

25

36

A
110

15

35

90

59

*X = according to the table


170

More information on the order form.

15

150
40

7.5.69
A

25

specify for roof panel RT

15

31

= specify roofslope ( or %)

160

220
50

variable material
value
width

12

35

155

110

30

10

45

X*

variable angle

a []

71

D + 40
60

15

100

25

100

Corner Component

B
350

Notes

15colorcoated side)

120

161

Ref.

max. length up to 8,000mm,


recommended length to 6,000mm

15

85

10

150

100

d20

50
75

15

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Angular
15

D + 18

60

135

15

20

100

80

45

90
(all dimensions
in milimetres,

60

60

100

Gutters Punction

100

Notes

D + 40

45

35
15

30

15

45

85

+
90

160

15

155

gutter coupling width 50mm

25

175

*X = according to the table item K232

VIEW-A

160

40

110

specify for
194roof panel RT

89
25

0
15

10

15

= specify roofslope ( or %)
X2*

10

65
30

89

K232a

90

60
20

30 28

100

D + 40

60
20

84

15

60

30

250 + D

80

40
40

150

15

15

15

15
30

5
13

20

5
11

40

25

15

15
30
5
3

20

1
colorcoated
side)

60 45

60
15

20

25

58

110

110

Ref.

15
Profile 130
35

20

93

93

50
20

15
30
135

95

20 30

15
30

160

135

20

15

60

93

Accessories
15
30

15
30

135

20
60

95

47

168

173

220
50
15

15
21

450

150

1
5

10
specify
for
15 roof panel RT

21

15

138

36

34
15
30

30
15

A 15
15

60
B = d + 62

80

50

45
30

50

40

75

15

60

1-1

155

K240

production length = 450mm

30

25

88

35 33

75

More information on the order form.


150

40

45

A
35

60

15

135

23
21

20

27

27
30

B = d + 85
C

15

30

90
30

135

45

30

7.5.70

20

23
21

45
23
21

20

30

135

45

29
27 26

27

20

23
21

45
23
21

20

29
27 15
30

135

45
27

20

23
21

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Round

Accessories

07
P

08
P

30

min. 190

mm

110
K
16
P
107
K
136
K

10
P
01b
Z

136c
K

136d
K
03
P

max. 2,000 mm

136g
K

136f
K

D
03
P
136h
K

150

136i
K

7.6.71

270

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Round

15
160

90

10

Accessories
85

120

0
10

50

235

75

35

Profile
15
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref. 15

Notes

colorcoated side)

Half-round Gutter

D
67

D = specify diameter

L = specify length (standard max. 4,000mm)

available D/girth:
120/280,
160/330,
200/400,
240/500

K136
80

Gutter stop end it is possible ordered separately or factory


applied.

Gutter Stop End


D

The gutter stop end can be produced


in RIGHT or LEFT option.
D
(The picture shows RIGHT gutter stop end.)

K136a

For order please specify:


D = diameter
RIGHT or LEFT option
available D: 120, 160, 200, 240

Round Gutter Gully


D

d = specify diameter

L = specify length
L

K136b

30

available d: 80, 100, 120, 150

40

150

25

Half-round Conical Basket

bar 8 mm

fastener

40
15

available d & D combinations:


80 & 120, 100 & 160, 120 & 200, 150 & 240

150

25

K136c d

bar 8 mm d
45
fastener

30

For order please specify:


d = specify diameter
D = specify diameter
colour and coating
d

135

200

More information on the order form.

40
15

350
d15

bar 8 mm

45
C
30

55

7.6.72

d + 50

12
15

135

55

fastener
200

50

45

90

25

150

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Round

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

Notes

colorcoated side)

Round Two-part Elbow


D
D

d = specify diameter

30

K136d

C = specify dimension
available d: 80, 100, 120, 150

d
d

Expansion Basket
D

135

d = specify diameter

D = specify diameter

30

available d & D combinations:


80 & 120, 100 & 160, 120 & 200, 150 & 240

K136e

d
d

d
d

Round Down Pipe


40

Max. production length L200


= 4,000mm
max
15

45

90

15

fastener

10

0
12

45

available d:
80, 100, 120, 150

bar 8 mm

50

L = specify dimension
150

K136f

d = specify diameter

25

D + 50

200

More information on the order form.

250
15

15

15
d

45

250
15

200

7.6.73
15

15

95

35

20

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Round

Accessories

D
d

C
d

Ref.

Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Notes

colorcoated side)

30

Round Sleeve
d

d = specify diameter

40

available d:
80, 100, 120, 150

25

K136g

bar 8 mm

135

fastener

external coating:
galvanized + comax

150

Round Bounce

40
d

25

15
150

d = specify diameter

135

45

bar 8 mm

fastener

C = specify dimension
= specify angle ()

30

K136h
200

available d:
80, 100, 120, 150

350
15

50

d
d

55

Round Drain Elbow


15

15

15

15
150

50

135
15

15

250
45 D + 20

40

90

15
20

15

250

available d:
80, 100, 120, 150
15
200
50

60

50

20
15

15

15

15

50
15

90
250

15

d + 100

More information on the order form.


20 15

40

D15

20
50

15

70 15
60

3570

15

20

45

15
50 70 B
15

90

D + 65

20
45
3015
15

D + 40

15

D + 20
40

15

50

80 45

D+X
d + 100

12
15

15

10

45

40

15
30 15 15
135
30
15

15

7.6.74

70
200

D 10

15

100

15

15

30 15

80
20 15

30

15

85

30

15

D + X + 15
35

90
15

15

15

15 30
40

45
15

35

20

20

95

15
D

40

D + 40

90

15

70
20
50
45

15 3

120

15

250

25 15
20

95

93

D(d) + 2

20
45

35

15

45 d = specify diameter

100

d) + 2

53

35

15

K136i

10

0
12

45

200

250
250

55

d + 50

45

90

30

15

.9

55

10

0
12

45

15
50 45
30
15

Eave Rainwater
System Specification
Round

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres,

Ref.

Notes

colorcoated side)

Half-round Gutter Hook Basic

2 hole 7

Flat

2 hole 7

4 hole 7

220

D = specify diameter
B

available D:
120, 160, 200, 240

Z01a

external coating:
galvanized + comax

Flat bar 530


Flat bar
Flat bar 530

Half-round Gutter Hook Downsloped


50
A
Flat bar 530
standard th. 1.5 50

D = specify diameter

70

4 hole 7

25

= specify angle ( or %)
B

Z01b

150

B = specify dimension
12

220

45

70

D
standard th. 1.5

2 hole 7

th. 3
D

th. 3

available D:
120, 160, 200, 240

100

D10
30

standard th. 1.5

30

200

external coating:
galvanized + comax

20

2 hole 6.5

Flat bar 530


Flat bar 530
Flat bar 530

Half-round Gutter Hook Face


A

4 hole 7

50
standard th. 1.5 50

B = specify hook height


200

100
D

Flat bar 530

20

C
150

25More information
on the order form.
6

12

10

20

53

99

D18

200

50
standard th. 1.5 50

2 hole 6.5
333 (250)

th. 2

external coating:
galvanized + comax

30

Flat bar 530


standard th. 1.5

D24
available D:
120, 160, 200, 240

2 hole 6.5

53

D10

~10 25
D18

18

70

Z02

standard th. 1.5

25 = specify diameter
7
D

A = specify hook offset (standard


41mm)
99

D
standard th. 1.5

150

333 (250)
12

45

Flat bar 530

45

2 hole 7

7.6.75

th. 3

Pre-fabricated
Insulated Rainwater
Systems Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

A = 530

25

125
1=25

C = 300

125

Maximum length of insulated gutters is 6,000mm


including end overlaps.

C = 300
C = 300
C = 300
A = 415

A = 415
A = 415

25
=251
=1

C = 300
C = 300

125

C = 300

insulation depthD
OO roof slope
OO total length of gutter, indicating the overlap size
OO dimensions , A, B, C, E (for nonstandard
sections)
OO type of coating (PES 25m, PVC 200m,
Skinplate 500m) and colour
Assembly process for these surfaces is different.
Contact the Technical Department
OO

125

E=
E 2=00 E =
20 200
0

A = 415

For order please specify:

20

The production limit for insulated gutters is the


maximum girth of bottom sheet, which is 1,250mm.

E=

25
25

25

L02

D
B = 164B = 164
B = 164
B = 164

25

0
0
20 = 20 0
00
E
20 = 2
E
E=

L01

A = 530

E=

B = 164B = 164
B = 164
B = 164

A = 530
A = 530

available D: 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 120


F = D1.3+80

C = 300
A = 415

25
=251
=1

125

20

C = 300
C = 300

125

E=
E 2=00 E =
20 200
0

C = 300

E=

L03

B = 164B = 164
B = 164
B = 164

A = 415
A = 415
A = 415

For insulated gutters it is possible to order


prefabricated stop end (with overflow). For stop end
it is necessary to specify RIGHT or LEFT option.

C = 300

90

90

9
90 0+
+

G = 70

90

9
0

90

L04

25
=1

5
512
1=2
=

C = 300

C = 300
C = 300

125

E=
E 2=00 E =
20
0
20 200
0

90

A
B

G = 70 D
G = 70 D

C = 300

The production limit for insulated gutters is the


maximum girth of bottom sheet, which is 1,250mm.
For order please specify:
insulation depthD
OO roof slope
OO total length of gutter, indicating the overlap size
OO dimensions , A, B, C, E, G (for nonstandard
sections)
OO type of coating (PES 25m, PVC 200m,
Skinplate 500m) and colour.
Assembly process for these surfaces is different.
Contact the Technical Department.
OO

E=

G = 70

Maximum length of insulated gutters is 6,000mm


including end overlaps.

available D: 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 120


F = D1.3+80
For insulated gutters it is possible to order
prefabricated stop end (with overflow). For stop end
it is necessary to specify RIGHT or LEFT option.

7.7.76

Pre-fabricated
Insulated Rainwater
Systems Specification

Accessories
Profile
(all dimensions in milimetres)

Ref.

Notes

530
AA == 530
A = 530

B = 164
BB==164
164

12255

=1
=
25

A = 530

1
=

DD

B = 164

E=

300
CC == 300
C = 300

125

0
22000
0
EE==
20
E=

L05

FF
F

20

Maximum length of insulated gutters is 6,000mm


including end overlaps.

C415
= 300
AA == 415
A = 415

DD

2E0E
0==
2020
E=
0

125

F = D1.3+80
FF

25
A = 415 ==1125
25
1
=

2E0E
0==
202
00

E=

20

125

E=

300 =
CC == 300
C = 300

12255

90

125

300
CC == 300
C = 300

20

+
90

L08

Maximum length of insulated gutters is 6,000mm


including end overlaps.
The production limit for insulated gutters is the
maximum girth of bottom sheet, which is 1,250mm.
For order please specify:

2E0E
0==
202
00

=1
=
25

E=

E=

90

9090

C = 300

BB

FF

AA

B
++
9090 +

90

G = 70

For insulated gutters it is possible to order


prefabricated stop end (with overflow). For stop end
it is necessary to specify RIGHT or LEFT option.

B = 164
BB==164
164
B = 164

DD

available D: 80, 100, 120

300 =
CC == 300
C = 300

A = 415

70
DD
GG==70
D
G = 70

insulation depthD
OO roof slope
OO total length of gutter, indicating the overlap size
OO dimensions , A, B, C, E (for nonstandard
sections)
OO Specify type of coating (PES 25m, PVC 200m,
Skinplate 500m) and colour.
Assembly process for these surfaces is different.
Contact the Technical Department.
OO

20

B = 164

25

255
A = 415 ==112
25
1
=

415
C =AA300
== 415

L07

For order please specify:

E=

L06

FF
F

B = 164
BB==164
164

25

25
25

The production limit for insulated gutters is the


maximum girth of bottom sheet, which is 1,250mm.

C = 300

insulation depth D
roof slope
OO total length of gutter, indicating the overlap size
OO dimensions , A, B, C, E, G (for nonstandard
sections)
OO Specify type of coating (PES 25m, PVC 200m,
Skinplate 500m) and colour.
Assembly process for these surfaces is different.
Contact the Technical Department.
OO
OO

available D: 80, 100, 120


F = D1.3+80
For insulated gutters it is possible to order
prefabricated stop end (with overflow). For stop end
it is necessary to specify RIGHT or LEFT option.

7.7.77

Handling & Installation

Delivery &Site Storage 8.1

OO Transport,

installation &laying instructions 8.2

OO Packing,

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Packing, Delivery
&Site Storage

Packaging, transport & unloading

Usually, the unloading can be done by hoisting slings or forklifts.


The client or layer is solely responsible for the unloading of the
packages; he has to take care that adequate unloading equipment
such as a crane, truss or a forklift including operator are available.
Only such lifting means are to be used that do not cause any
damage (scratches, dents, pressure marks, bending of the
elements, etc.). With regard to long packages, at least 2slings
with trussing system have to be used. When the unloading is
done by sling, stays have to be applied on the top and bottom of
the package in order to protect the panel edges against pressure
marks. It is imperative that no ropes or chains be used!

Kingspan sandwich elements are delivered on styrofoam blocks.


The elements are boxed and packaged so as to keep the height
of the package low and ensure a greater stability. The outsides are
protected by polystyrene strips or two by fours; the package is
wrapped in stretch wrap.
The number of elements per pallet depends on the thickness
and length of the elements. The package height is 1.20m; the
maximum weight amounts to 3,000kg. Delivery is performed
by truck directly to the construction site unless agreed upon
otherwise. The client or layer is responsible for the unloading; he
has to ensure proper procedure on site.

Single element packages may not be stacked on top of one


another for a longer period of time.

Deliveries can be made only to such locations that are capable of


bearing 40t trailer trucks (minimum dimensions 2.60m16.50m).

The unloading/laying should be done solely by specialist


companies that have the requisite experience; or else it should be
done under the supervision of somebody who has experience in
the laying of sandwich elements and gives instructions.

The trucks do not have steerable rear axles.


Upon delivery, the packages firstly have to be inspected for
completeness and integrity, in particular for transport damage. Any
defects have to be recorded on the delivery slip that is handed
to the shipper/driver and reported to the supplier immediately.
Complaints about defects/transport damages that are reported at a
later time will not be accepted.

Slings
Slings
Truss

Stays increase the package with by


50 mm on each side

Stays

x.

ma

6m

m
.4

ma

x.

ma

3m

>

4
x.
ma
6m

Slings
max. 3 m

50

50

Polystyrene blocks

Stays

Figure1: Lifting gear with sling, truss and stays for the unloading of
elements of up to 6m length or more

Figure2: Arrangement of stays in order to prevent any damage


during unloading/transport

The stays/unloading supports also have the function of load


distributor in order to prevent any damage to the bottom panel
during lifting, no matter what the weight of the package is.

Aminimum width of the stays/unloading supports of 250mm is


recommended in this context.

8.1

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Unloading & transport at the construction site

Storage at the construction site

Packages with elements of a length up to 6m can be transported


either with a forklift or by crane. It has to be checked that the
forks of the lift are wide enough not to damage the bottom most
element. When slings are used, it has to be ensured that edge
protection is in place.

In the event that elements have to be stored at the construction


site for a certain period of time, the following has to taken special
care of:
OO

Packages have to be stored on slightly sloped solid ground so


that rain & condensed water can drain off. Support the packages
evenly by means of wooden planks laid at a distance of 1.5m.
The planks always have to lie exactly on top of one another.

OO

If the packages are stored outside, they have to be covered by


weather-proof tarpaulins. Make sure that no puddles form on the
top and that air circulation through the packages is possible.

OO

Packages have to be placed in such a way that they do not


present a safety risk or obstacle to the staff. Preventive means
have to be implemented so that people do not climb over the
packages or step on them.

Fork Lift
max. 6 m

Stays/unloading
supports 250mm
wide, lift forks with widening

min. 1 m
Hoist slings

min. 2 m

Figure3: Unloading by means of forklift and hoisting slings


Figure5: Storage place with slope, planks and supports

Packages with elements of a length of over 6m have to be


unloaded by crane. We recommend unloading by means of
trussing systems and hoisting slings. Maximum centretocentre
distances should not exceed 3m.
Truss

max. 3 m

Protective film
The elements are furnished with adhesive, peelable protective film
so as to avoid any damage during transport or installation.

Stays/unloading supports
250mm wide,
lift forks with widening

max. 4 m

The protective film always has to be removed at the latest 4weeks


after the production date, independent of the storage location. If
the elements are stored outside, the film has to be protected from
direct UVirradiation, since the film becomes porous from it, which
could make peeling it off at a later time difficult. If the packages are
stored outside, the protective film will become stiff during the winter
months.

max. 4 m

When peeling off the film during or after a period of freezing


temperatures, residues may be left on the surface. This does not
constitute a reason for complaint.

Figure4: Unloading with crane and truss

8.2

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Transport at the construction site


Despite diligent planning, it can occur that elements have to be
transported to the installation location on the construction site by
hand.

Damaged elements have to be inspected on a case-bycase basis;


if necessary, they have to be exchanged, since depending on
the type and extent of the damage they no longer meet the
load-bearing requirements in compliance with the national technical
approval.

In such cases, the elements have to be transported upright (see


Figure6) in order to avoid any damage, bending and denting of the
elements.

With regard to damage that only constitutes a visual blemish, it


should be made clear prior to making an exchange whether the
expenditure is economically worthwhile or whether a repair is
sufficient.

Improper handling can result in the elements being damaged


by the effect of the dead weight. Damages caused by improper
handling are not accepted as reason for complaint.

If any repainting is performed at the construction site, nuances in


the colour have to be expected.

Figure7: The elements may not be transported horizontally since


they might be damaged this way.

Figure6: Transporting the element upright at the construction site


so as to avoid any damages.

8.3

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Cutting & drilling of elements

Mounting of wall elements

As a principle, cutting &drilling at the construction site has to


be reduced to a minimum. Despite diligent planning, this cannot
always be avoided. In this case, it is mandatory to observe the
following instructions:

The installation angle has to be chosen in such a way that it


absorbs the dead weight of the elements. It has to be statically
measured. If no installation angle is used, more fasteners may be
required. The dead weight of the wall elements is transferred into
the substructure via the fasteners. Without installation angles, the
fasteners are also stressed with shear loads.

OO

Only suitable tools, e.g. sheet metal shears, nibbler or jig saw
with fine-toothed saw blade, should be used for cutting. The
tools may not produce any sparks and only low heat.

OO

Metal chips produced by the cutting have to be removedfrom


the surface immediately.

OO

Cut surfaces have to be thoroughly aired so that the cathodic


corrosion protection is not impaired.

OO

Organically coated surfaces have to be protected from sparks


(not always to be avoided when cutting).

OO

Drilling chips have to be removed immediately upon completion


of the drilling in order to avoid contamination of the surface.
Drilling chips can lead to discolourations that do not impair
corrosion protection and do not constitute a defect.

Kingspan wall elements can be laid both horizontally and vertically.


Locking bars or supports have to have the right measurements for
the absorption of the loads that occur. Substructures can be made
of steel, wood or concrete with steel reinforcements (e.g. HTU
rails).
OO

For wooden substructures, the minimum thread reach is 50mm.


Drill holes of a diameter of 0.7D (D=diameter of the fastener)
have to be pre-drilled according to DIN1052. This does not
apply to drilling screws.

OO

With regard to asymmetrical steel profiles or steel profiles of a


thickness of t <5mm, the tension resistance of the fasteners
has to be reduced by 30%. This means that a larger number of
fasteners has to be used.

OO

The structural support widths have to be absolutely adhered to


in order to abide by the screw clearances to the support edge:

Installation instructions
Sealing tapes have to be arranged between the sandwich elements
and the substructure as well as between flashings and sandwich
elements so as to guarantee a structure that is free of thermal
bridges and airtight.

end support width: a40mm


centre support width: b60mm

Mount the sandwich elements only with stainless steel fasteners,


which are approved by the building supervision agency or have
a European technical approval certificate. The provisions of the
approval have to be observed.

Support widths can be wider on account of static requirements.

Mounting & installation of wall elements


For verifying the mounting of sandwich elements, it has to be
checked which type of failure would occur first:

Screw in the fasteners only with an electric screw driver with


adjustable depth stop. The use of impact wrenches is not allowed.
The mounting must be done at a right angle to the component
surface in order to ensure safe and proper transfer of loads and
create a connection that is resistant to pelting rain.
Sealing insufficiently
compressed

Correct

1. Tearing from the substructure


2. Snap-over
Bearing forces due to temperature (through solar radiation) as
well as uplifting wind pressure loads are taken into consideration
as impact parameters. The shade of colour of the outside steel
top layer can exert an enormous influence on the mounting and is
taken into account through temperature impact. Shades of colour
are divided into colour groups by their degree of lightness. Refer
to the approval for the colour groups; a differentiation is made
between very light, light and dark colours.

Sealing compressed
too strongly

Temperature impact according to colour groups:

Figure8: Correct screwing-in of the fastener

(given direct sun radiation)


OO

Colour groupI: 55C

OO

Colour group II: 65C

OO

Colour group III: 80C

The authoritative capacity to withstand stress (tearing or snap-over)


has to be determined depending on the type of fastener. It is then
compared to the bearing force in order to calculate the number of

8.4

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

In order to achieve an increased tension resistance of the


mounting, so-called load distribution plates are arranged in the
area of the joints. The geometry of the load distribution plates is
contained in the approval, see Figure10.

fasteners. Kingspan offers wall elements, which are to be mounted


visibly (directly) or covered (indirectly), depending on the joint
geometry.

Covered (indirectly) mounted wall elements


The indirect mounting is done directly underneath the outer steel
top layer; it is covered by the longitudinal joint formation, so that no
fastener can be seen. This type of mounting is favoured for visually
more sophisticated faades.
Elements with indirect (covered) mounting offer an alternative to
direct mounting and make for a faade without disruptive elements.
It has to be borne in mind, though, that the maximum support
widths have to be limited to the width of the mounting. The indirect
mounting is created by the joint geometry and has to be checked
statically. Hence the spans are limited to the tension resistance the
mounting can absorb in combination with the joint.

Figure11: Presentation of the load distribution plate for wall


element KS1000AWP according to the national technical approval
Z10.49536.
The geometry of the load distribution plate depends on the element
type. With wall element type KS1000AWP, the load distribution
plate according to approval Z10.49536 is used.
For KS1000FH (Mineral Fibre insulation core), a load distribution
plate is likewise used. This is shown in approval Z10.49537.
Compared to elements with IPN (PIR) insulation core, sandwich
elements with Mineral Fibre insulation cores achieve a lower loadbearing capacity in relation to loadbearing capacity and covered
mounting.

Figure9: Wall element KS1000AWP with covered mounting;


left: without load distribution plate, right: with load distribution plate

Figure12: Wall element KS1000FH with covered mounting, with


load distribution plate and two fasteners
Figure10: Wall element KS1000AWP with covered mounting, with
load distribution plate and two fasteners

The load-bearing capacity of mineral fibre is lower compared


to PIR. The covered mounting also achieves only lower values
for threshold tension resistance. This means that the spans, in
connection with covered mountings, are less wide.

8.5

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Mounting & installation of roof elements


Minimum roof slope & laying direction
On account of their trapezoidal profiles outside, roof elements are
laid from the ridge to the eaves, so they can retain the function
of the water-bearing level. The minimum roof slope to adhere to
depends on the element type, and their design can vary.

Figure13: Presentation of the load distribution plate for wall


element KS1000FH according to national technical approval
Z10.49536.

Visibly (directly) mounted wall elements

Element type

without transverse
joint

with transverse joint

KS1000RW

4 (7%)

6 (10,5%)

KS1000FF

5 (8,5%)

8 (14%)

KS1000RT

12 (21%)

no transverse joint
possible

KS1000XDek

0,5

Table1: Minimum roof slope depending on the element type

With direct mounting, the fasteners are drilled through the outside
steel top layer into the substructure; the screw head with seal
washer can be seen on the surface. A slight indentation of the
outside steel top layer may occur at the mounting points. This
does not constitute a defect and has to be accepted up to a depth
of 2mm. The maximum support width of the element affects the
number of fasteners to be used per support.

The mounting of the roof elements has to be implemented


according to the structural design. The laying direction is opposite
to the main weather direction. The laying direction has to be
specified when ordering the roof elements so that the cut-back
(foam-free zone) can be produced accordingly. The longitudinal
joints of the elements have to be mounted with drilling screws every
50cm in order to ensure sufficient resistance to pelting rain.

Main weather direction


Drilling screw every 500 mm

Laying direction
opposite to the main
weather direction

Figure14: Wall element KS1150TF with visible mounting

When selecting the substructure, it has to be ensured that they


conform to the static requirements and are able to absorb the
loads that are transferred due to the mounting. The required
structural support widths under the national technical approval
Z14.4407 have to be met; they can differ according to static
requirements.

Sealing tape in the case of increased room


humidity or heated rooms to be arranged on site

Sealing tape
ex factory

Figure15: Longitudinal joint formation with roof element


KS1000RW. The longitudinal joint formation can be done
analogous to the roof element KS1000FF, whereby a sealing tape
has to be inserted in the longitudinal joint on site.

With regard to asymmetrical steel profiles or steel profiles of a


thickness of t<5mm, the tension resistance of the fasteners
has to be reduced to 70%. This directly influences the number of
fasteners.
With covered mounting, the choice of substructure can lead to
the fact that the covered mounting is not sufficient and additional
visible fasteners have to be used.

8.6

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Storm washers should be used only in connection with fasteners


that have a seal washer with a diameter of 16mm and no
undercut. With regard to wooden substructures, storm washers
should be used.
When wooden substructures are used, crackling noises can
occur. They are due to the expansion properties of the wood due
to temperature impact. The individual components (sandwich
element, substructure and mounting) have different expansion
properties. In order to avoid crackling noises, a soft EPDM
sealing tape can be arranged in the support area that absorbs
the expansion. But crackling noise due to expansion cannot be
completely precluded and should be taken into account in the
planning.

Element TYPER

Figure16: Right element with cutback for laying direction from


right to left

Figure18: Bottom boom mounting in the top bead

When the mounting is implemented in the top bead, fasteners with


a sealing washer of at least 22mm in diameter have to be used.

Mounting in the longitudinal joint area

Element TYPEL

For reasons of water &air tightness, the longitudinal joint has to be


mounted with drilling screws (connection from metal sheet to metal
sheet, see Figure18). Only fasteners in accordance with national
technical approval Z14.14 are to be used.

Figure17: Left element with cut-back for laying direction from left
to right.
All connecting areas such as ridge, eaves and verge have to be
executed airtight in order to fulfil the requirements of the Energy
Saving Ordinance (Energieeinsparverordnung, EnEV).
Uvalues are to be complied with in accordance with the
requirements of the EnEV. The corresponding selection of element
thickness has to be inquired about beforehand.

Figure19: Top boom mounting with calotte and fasteners with


a16mm diameter sealing washer

The mounting of the roof elements can be implemented in the top


boom or low bead.

Kingspan KS1000RW with IPN insulation core are delivered with


a cutback (foam-free zone) of 20mm as standard. The cutback makes possible simple installation of the drain system in
combination with a drain inflow sheet and a water director ferrule.

When the mounting is done in the top boom, it is recommended


using storm washers. They increase tightness and make for
enhanced safety.

8.7

Transport, installation
&laying instructions

Cleaning & repairing of surfaces

The IPN insulation core has closed cells and does not absorb any
humidity. A drain inflow sheet and water director ferrule should be
arranged in the eaves area so as to guide water to flow down into
the drain. The insulation core that might be visible is insensitive
to UVirradiation and the absorption of humidity. For reasons of
appearance, the insulation core can be covered with avisual cover
sheet.

The surface of the sandwich elements is furnished with an organic


coating in order to meet corrosion protection requirements.
The choice of the coating depends on the requirements to be
complied with, air pollution, UVirradiation and the corrosion
protection to be complied with.
The following rules should be observed for cleaning so that the
coating remains effective and does not lose its protective effect:

Arrangement of sealing tapes


For roof slopes of <7, sealing tapes have to be arranged. Roof
element KS1000RW has sealing tapes on the longitudinal and
overlapping joint attached at the factory. They provide air &water
tightness.
It is mandatory to keep to the minimum roof slopes. Transverse
joints have to carefully sealed, since they represent a particular
weak point in the water-bearing level.

Colour differences
The production of sandwich elements from steel coils of different
producers can result in colour differences in the top sheets.
Colour differences can even occur within one batch. Colour
tolerances have to be inquired about and clarified beforehand.
Kingspan faade elements are produced with a sheet thickness of
0.6 mm of the outside steel top layer.
When using flashings with a sheet thickness of 0.75mm, colour
differences can occur since the sheet thickness of the faade
elements is 0.6mm. On account of different coil batches, they
cannot be avoided, however.
Depending on the basic material supplier, the same colours can
be lighter or darker. The RAL colour shade definition encompasses
tolerances within one RAL number that is complied with by the
producers. In the case of a deviation, the colour shade can be
measured and evaluated.

8.8

OO

The cleaning can be performed with cold or lukewarm water and


a mild soap solution (pHadjusted).

OO

Under no circumstances may abrasive or scratching cleaning


agents be used, since they might damage the surface.

OO

Minor scratches and damages can be touched up with a paint


brush. The touch-up can result in colour differences, which
cannot always be avoided. They do not constitute a defect.

OO

The touch-up can be implemented with paints on n acrylic,


polyurethane or PVCbasis.

OO

With roof elements, collections of dirt are to be avoided or


removed promptly.

Load-Span Tables

The span tables are being updated right now. For information about our widths
please contact our technical department.

As soon as these are ready we will send you the missing chapter without request
sothat you will be able to file it into the folder.