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Roof Panel with Membrane


Roof Panel with Membrane

It is a panel with rockwool insulation, where its top side is coated with PVC or TPO membrane and which is manufactured for heat insulating the roofs that have the least roof slope (less than 7%).

These panels, where the rockwool is used as insulating material, are especially preferred for buildings, where high degree of fire safety is required, because of the fact that these panel show great resistance against fire.

The roof panels, which are fire resistant composite systems, provide great benefits for the sound and heat insulation due to their insulating layer that carry class A non-flammability.

Rockwool is sliced automatically and the fibers are turned perpendicular to the surface of the panel and hence the resistance of the panel against pressure is increased.
  • Rockwool - 1000mm
  • Technical drawing
Technicial Specs
Building Physics Value for Rockwool Panel
Panel Thickness 40mm 50mm 75mm 100mm
U Values (w/m²K) 0,86 0,70 0,49 0,38
Fire Resistance F60 F60 F90 F120
Heat Conduction Coefficient is (λ): 0,040 W/Mk

Structural Values of the Panel
External Side Features 1,2mm Membrane
Internal Side Features 0.40 mm - 0.70 mm Galvanized Sheet Metal
Paint Characteristics Polyester paint. (Polyethylene protective folio can be applied on the surfaces to protect the panels from damages that can take place during transport and assembly, if required.)
Paint Selection Colors in the RAL Catalogue
Useful Width 1000mm
Insulation Density (Rockwool) 90 - 100 kg/m³
Insulation Thicknesses 40 - 50 - 75 - 100 mm