Modern Thermal Insulation
for your Home
termPIR is a thermal insulation board with the core from polyisocyanurate foam. PIR is chemically modified polyurethane, which features durability and increased resistance to high temperatures. The isocyanurate structures in foams decompose in temperature over 300°C and they char partially. The charred layer prevents the penetration of high temperature through the board, which constitutes more effective protection against fire. This product, which is very popular in Europe and globally, successfully substitutes thermal insulation systems based on rock wool and styrofoam. This is due to the best thermal insulation properties in this group of construction materials, durability, easiness and quickness of installation, fulfilling of fire- fighting properties, with the material weight of about 30 kg per cubic meter. termPIR thermal insulation boards complements the system of light cladding from sandwich panels and allows for complete thermal insulation of industrial and residential buildings, from the floor to the roof using polyurethane – a modern, durable material resistant to rodents and chemical substances
Thermal insulation boards termPIR can be applied for thermal insulation of almost any element in different types of buildings. Durability, hardness and very small absorbability cause that they can be used for thermal insulation of ceilings, floors and foundations. They are also useful as a very durable insulation material for walls, roofs and thermal insulation of lofts in residential buildings. ® Depending on its application, the termPIR boards is made in different linings, so:
termPIR AL with gastight multilayer lining containing aluminium is a slab with the best thermal parameters recommended for the general use,
termPIR WS with fibreglass lining, which is dedicated for bonded thermal insulation systems.
termPIR ETX with fibreglass lining, which is dedicated for thermal insulation of buildings with a light wet method (so called BSO or ETICS).
In the further part of this document, details and technical drawings of typical elements of residential buildings insulated ® thermally with termPIR boards are presented.
The termPIR board is produced in a thickness from 20 to 250 mm. Typical dimensions of a single panel are 600X1200 mm and 1200x2400 mm. It is possible to manufacture panels with the following dimensions: 1200x1200 mm, 1200x1800 mm and 1200x3000 mm. In case of panels milled longitudinally only, also: 1200x3000-6200 mm.
Precisely milled edges improve the thermal insulation and facilitate the assembly of insulation. There is a possibility to make mills: FIT - flat mill, LAP - corrugated mill, and TAG - tongue-and-groove mill. The surface of covering the slab with the LAP or TAG mill is smaller by approximately 2% when compared with slab with the FIT mill. The LAP mill is available for slab from 40 mm of thickness, and the TAG mill - for slab from 40 mm of thickness.
FIT - flat milling
LAP - stepwise milling
(for orders for an area above 2000m )
TAG - tongue and groove
THE termPIR® INSULATIONS BOARDS
Why is it worth?
High level of thermal insulation
λD = 0,022 W/mk
All you need is a 140 mm plate (applies to the roof partition) to meet the technical conditions for 2021
Resistance to biological and chemical factors
You don't have to share the house with rodents and insects, or worry about fungi or mold
Hardness and damage resistance - σ10 = 150kPa
They do not distort during use. They are light - boards 120 mm thick weight only 3,6/kg/m
They don't keep the fire burning.
High water resistance - water absorption below 2%
They can be installed almost all year round because they do not absorb water
You don't need a specialist for assembly
Unbeatable solution for increasing energy efficiency of your building!
The termPIR® AL insulation boards comprise of a PIR rigid foam thermal insulation core. The boards are protected on both sides with a gas tight lining layer composed of aluminium (AL), paper and polyethylene.
Usage termPIR® AL
PIR boards are used as a component of thermal insulation systems. They are used, among others, for insulation of pitched roofs, attics, roofs and terraces, insulation of walls, ceilings, basements as well as foundations and floors.
PITCHED ROOFS on the rafter system
termPIR® MAX19 AL
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The termPIR® boards are perfect for roof insulation, eliminating the problem of thermal bridges. When looking for light and effective thermal insulation for roofs in the rafter systems, use termPIR® .
02. Insulation boards termPIR® AL
03. Counter batten
04. Mounting strip
06. Aluminium tape
07. Wind proof (vapour membrane)
08. Roof covering
We insulate a pitched roof with PIR foam boards, which are characterized by high insulation parameters, and at the same time low weight and low water absorption. Roof insulation with this material is a guarantee of the highest quality and long-term usability.
In what situations should you decide to insulate a pitched roof?
The roof insulation of the pitched roof should be performed when the attic of the building is used for utility purposes. Otherwise, you can only afford to install tight insulation on the ceiling, which will prevent the heat from escaping from the building. An effectively made attic insulation allows you to adapt this room to another room or utility room.
Pitched roof insulation with PIR foam insulation boards
The use of PIR foam boards produced by our company for the insulation of a pitched roof is the best possible solution for customers who appreciate a low thermal conductivity coefficient, and thus the reduction of energy consumption needed to heat the building. Due to the complete elimination of thermal bridges and high efficiency of termPIR panels, the total cost of roof insulation is reduced due to lower thermal energy bills.
BOARDS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Boards can be installed in one or multiple layers in an interlocking manner.
Install mechanically with fasteners, glue or suspend - depending on the kind of substructure and type of waterproofing.
Contact us for detailed information on the required material.