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ISOCLAD All panel cores – One panel supplier Content Certiﬁcation 2 Based in the North East but delivering nationally, Isoclad To compliment the wide range of panels we also stock ﬁxings, Environmental Policy 3 are one of the major manufacturers of insulated panels and ﬂashings and ceiling suspensions, making Isoclad the ideal Panels 4 ancillaries in the UK. ‘one stop shop’ for complete panelling systems. With us Cores 4 you need only one enquiry, one order, one delivery and one Joints 6 Totally committed to fulﬁl any design requirements you may invoice. Easy! Finish 6 have, we offer an extensive range of panel cores, including Dimensions 6 Mineral Fibre, PIR, EPS and XPS. Combining the cores with Understanding that, ‘waiting time can be wasted time’ we Proﬁles 7 the facing of your choice we can assure your build not only organise our delivery times to suit your site/production needs. Resistance 8 has structural strength, and superior thermal insulation, but We are able to offer a next day delivery for ancillaries and 3 Technical Speciﬁcations 9 also a visually pleasant, consistent ﬁnish. to 5 days for panels. Next day panel delivery is available by Handling & Maintenance 12 request. Ancillaries 14 Flashings 14 Sheet Material 15 Fixing & Sealants 15 Ceiling Suspensions 16 Installation Guide 18 Applications 22 Services 22 Certiﬁcation Isoclad hold a comprehensive portfolio of ﬁre testing As a member of the International Association of Cold Storage accreditations and assessments, including approvals from the Construction (IACSC), we are active in helping to develop Loss Prevention Certiﬁcation Board (LPCB) and Warrington construction industry standards and permanently seek to Fire. develop our product range and look into new, even more environmentally friendly, production methods. All our products are manufactured to comply with the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 standards. Assesed to Certiﬁcate number: ISO 9001:2000 142a/01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06. Approved to Certiﬁcate LPS 1208. Number 142 Environmental Policy Over the past decade global warming effects have got stronger and stronger packaging and waste as much as possible. forcing individuals and companies to ﬁnally recognise the negative inﬂuence that To reduce our carbon footprint even further we have developed a ‘Going Green’ irresponsible behaviour can have upon our environment. strategy which we continually monitor and improve in order to make sure product There are many ways in which we all can inﬂuence and prevent pollution. At Isoclad standards comply with relevant environmental standards and requirements, such as We are ready to take your enquiry and can turn standard quotes around on a same day (4 hours or better) basis. we are committed to play our part and have started to reduce, reuse and recycle as ISO 14041 which we are in the process of obtaining. much as possible. Split in four main sections the strategy covers all the life cycles of a product, from Working together with our suppliers and customers, wherever technically feasible, sourcing raw materials to production, distribution and end of life, and involves not we concentrate on using materials made from part-recycled goods and reducing only the manufacture site but also our ofﬁces. Incoming Goods Production End of Life Over the last three years we have reduced To reduce the amount of waste on our site we buy all the materials in at the Options for end of life are developing the amount of packaging we use by 25% correct size for each particular contract. rapidly. and are committed to continuously reduce The minimal production waste is sorted, compressed and then sent off for Steel is obviously 100% recyclable. this waste stream over the next few recycling and only where no alternative exists it is sent to a landﬁll. Shredder plants can be used to recycle years. When possible we source our raw the steel content of Isoclad panels; these Options for panels at the end of building life are developing rapidly. All Isoclad materials from suppliers who operate in an plants are located around various parts of cores have been CFC free ODP Zero rated since 1997. environmentally friendly manner and who the UK. This signiﬁcantly reduces the complexity and core of panel recycling where are geographically local. necessary. Mineral Fibre is 100% recyclable. Our steel supplier is a major partner in Technology is available at present to shred In addition to normal commercially available re-use or recycling option Isoclad is ULCOS, Ultra Low CO2 Steel making. and separate Mineral Fibre and steel to currently developing a recycling/re-use service. They have invested heavily in reducing allow recovery of both materials. CO2 emissions produced from production Depending on site and panel conditions Isoclad will accept redundant panels. Isoclad are the ﬁrst manufacturer to offer steel. These panels will be offered for re-sale to suitable applications or the steel a ‘return for re-use or re-cycle’ option. recycled and cores used as packaging material. By using partially recycled raw materials Subject to site survey panels can be we are reducing the amount of energy that Details available on request. returned for temporary storage, pending would have been used in making it from Distribution re-sale or dismantling after which the new, as well as reducing the amount of core is re-used as packaging and steel We reuse 30% of the incoming packaging materials when despatching our own waste deposited at landﬁlls throughout recycled. ﬁnished products. the UK. Our steel contains 25% recycled As the only UK based manufacturer to offer a variety of cores to LPC standards, material, our Mineral Fibre 14% and PIR customers can reduce the number of deliveries to site where small amounts of 20%. different cores are required. 3 Products Panels Firestop PIR Panels The Isoclad composite panel is produced (Mineral Fibre*) (Polyisocyanurate*) on a continuous lamination machine and This panel has a Mineral This closed cell foam consists of a ‘core’ of thermally efﬁcient Fibre* core and due to has an excellent thermal insulant which is bonded between pre- its superior ﬁre ratings and performance, good shear stressed galvanised steel faces. non-combustibility is especially and tensile strength and is very The complete ‘sandwich composite’ suitable for high ﬁre risk locations, such lightweight. These beneﬁts make our PIR process gives the panel its structurally as bakeries, any area where cooking is panel ideal for freezers, chill stores and impressive free spanning characteristics prevalent or ﬁre walls to comply with areas of high humidity. and makes it suitable for both internal and Building Regulations. Isoclad fabricate panels using fully de- Ancillaries external applications. The non combustibility of the Mineral Fibre dusted, square, ﬂat PIR slabs of varying Isoclad panels are a versatile composite combined with the steel facing give Firestop thickness. insulated panel system, particularly suited panels a Class ‘0’ rating and according Slab production allows a much greater for temperature-controlled applications e.g. to the new European classiﬁcations for array of thicknesses, a superior surface chill and cold stores as well as distribution reaction to ﬁre , a Class A1. ﬂatness (+/-0.5mm). As our PIR block is centres, ﬁrewall applications, data centres, At Isoclad, we fabricate using ‘staggered fully cured prior to processing there can be clean rooms and the pharmaceutical brick built’ core bonded using highly cross no shrinkage or expansion of the material industry. linked two part adhesive. inside the panel a phenomenon common Firestop10 has a nominal density of 100kg with injected panels. and is suitable for low to medium height walls. Firestop12 has a higher density (nominally 125kg) and is more suited to longer wall spans and ceiling panels. *Mineral Fibre insulant comprises of mineral *PIR is manufactured from a mixture of Polyol rock ﬁbres bonded together with thermo setting and MDI and a number of additives to produce resins to form the insulant materials. highly cross-linked polymers with a closed cell structure. 4 EPS XPS (Expanded Polystyrene*) Extruded Polystyrene The main beneﬁts of Isoclad (Styrofoam*) EPS panels are its weight, Extruded polystyrene is strength and cost effectiveness, based on the same raw making it most suitable for materials as expanded Isoclad is the only major panel laminator to offer areas such as stand alone cold polystyrene but due to its and chill stores, areas of high moisture and low/no manufacturing method, it has superior strength ﬁre risk. and higher humidity resistance. the complete range of panel cores. Polystyrene is one of the most cost effective Styrofoam panels are ideal for blast freezers and lightweight rigid insulation materials available. areas with high moisture applications. With a thickness dependant on the application, Isoclad fabricate using ‘brick build’ standard density (15kg/m3) but also higher density (20kg/ m3) foam panels. Both grades contain a ﬂame retardant additive (FRA) which restricts the extent of burn when tested to BS4735:1974 and will self extinguish if the source of the ﬁre is removed. The board itself is combustible but the FRA element reduces the risk at ignition source. *EPS is based on crude oil components blown using *XPS is based on the same raw material as EPS and pentane to increase volume and bond two components is manufactured by a continuous extrusion process, together to form an open cell foam. in which blowing agents are added to produce a rigid closed cell, homogenous material. 5 Panel Joints Isoclad manufacture panels with two types of joints: Standard for internal Standard Panel Joint External/Internal Facing Finish applications and Secret Fix for external We produce panels with a broad range of facings applications. such as White Food Safe Laminate, Primer, Smooth Polyester, Leather Grain, HPS Ultra, PVF2, mostly The steel edge itself is roll formed to available in 0.5mm and 0.7mm with a hot dip create the male/female inter-locking galvanised substrate. joint which gives the assembled system its superb strength characteristics. Beside the extensive colour range that we normally offer, subject to a minimum order, we can ‘colour up’ The joint allows application of site any steel to particular corporate colours or factory applied mastic or silicone to the female spray paint small quantities. edge, creating an effective vapour or food safe hygienic seal which does not Prior to distribution Isoclad panels are packed on protrude beyond the face of the panel pallets and bearers and protected from moisture and dirt using shrink wrap sheeting. Corner and edge protection is also provided. Panel Dimensions Width Secret Panel Fix Joint Standard panel width 1190mm Non standard panel width down to 900mm can be accommodated by arrangement Thickness Range from 40mm up to 300mm Length We can manufacture panels to any length; the only restrictions being the transport and handling constraints. 6 80mm Proﬁles 1mm Castellation Pitch 80mm Isoclad offer a small order service for various ﬁnishes 20mm V Rib eg woodgrain, wallpaper effects. 1mm Pitch 200mm - 5 per panel 30mm Micro Rib 1mm Pitch 30mm Flat Laminated panel produces a much ﬂatter surface than other manufacturing methods, but ‘optical’ ﬂatness is not assured; some shadowing might be evident in certain lighting situations. 7 Resistance To increase the performance of our Thermal Resisitance panels we are permanently developing Different cores give panels different thermal resistances making our products, making sure we always some panels more suitable for ﬁre applications, such as bakeries, meet the latest legislative requirements, and others more suitable for chill or freeze related applications, such building control regulations and as cold stores and indoor ski slopes. insurance company needs. We are the only major UK LPCB approved manufacturer of the full Newly developed products undergo range of panel cores (Mineral Fibre and PIR) and therefore uniquely thorough in-house testing and we also positioned to give totally unbiased advice on panel applications. carryout regular ﬁre tests in established Buyers and users should be conscious of other manufacturers who testing centres, such as BRE-Watford offer a one panel core which ﬁts all applications approach to sales. and Warrington Fire. If in doubt speciﬁers should refer to their insurance provider or the latest IACSC guide to ascertain the correct core material according to risk. All Isoclad panels are produced in accordance with Building Regulation requirements and meet the highest thermal resistance standards. Different requirements can be met by the correct selection of core type and thicknesses. Fire Resistance Fire resistance is measured in terms of: Integrity – the ability of a system to stop the penetration of hot gases and ﬂames. Insulation – the ability of a system to reduce the temperature rise on the unexposed side of the ﬁre and therefore prevent ﬁre spread through radiated heat. 8 Fire Ratings & Maximum Unsupported Spans Isoclad Firestop panels used in a wall application will provide equal ﬁre performance from both sides i.e. symmetrical ﬁre performance and require NO additional components in order to achieve the excellent ratings shown in the chosen one of the most extensively tested and historically following table. Choose Isoclad panels and you can be sure you have When considering the ﬁre resistance of a panel system it is important to refer to both integrity and insulation. proven panel sytems in today’s market place. 9 Technical Speciﬁcations Wall Spans ( m ) Ceiling / Roof ( m ) Load Spans Maximum allowable loads KN/m² Maximum allowable loads KN/m² Firestop (FS10 and FS12) and PIR ceiling Core Material 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 Pane l Thickness Firestop10 ( Mineral Fibre ) 1 0.5 0.3 0.2 4.95 0.3 3.05 50 mm panels have a 0.7 mm thick top faces, load span data for other panels is based on 0.5 Firestop12 ( Mineral Fibre ) 1.1 0.6 0.3 0.2 5.07 0.4 3.35 mm thick faces. PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 0.8 0.5 0.3 0.2 4.80 0.1 2.71 Styrofoam 1.2 0.6 0.3 0.2 5.15 0.6 3.67 Ceiling panels complying with BS 6399 for Polystyrene - Std Density 0.8 0.4 0.3 0.2 4.68 0.1 2.66 ‘Walk-on Ceiling’ have been designed to Polystyrene - High Density 0.9 0.5 0.3 0.2 4.91 0.2 3.19 sustain a uniform distribution load of 0.25 Firestop10 ( Mineral Fibre ) 1.8 1.0 0.6 0.4 0.3 6.55 1.1 0.4 0.1 4.50 75 mm KN/m², together with a Centre Point Load of 0.9 KN. Firestop12 ( Mineral Fibre ) 2.2 1.1 0.7 0.4 0.3 6.70 1.5 0.6 0.2 4.77 PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 1.5 0.9 0.5 0.3 0.2 6.37 0.8 0.3 0.1 4.26 Values have been calculated using the limit Styrofoam 2.4 1.2 0.7 0.4 0.3 6.78 1.8 0.7 0.3 5.16 state method described in the ‘European Polystyrene - Std Density 1.3 0.8 0.5 0.3 0.2 6.23 0.7 0.3 0.1 4.20 Recommendations for the Design of Sandwich Polystyrene - High Density 1.7 1 0.6 0.4 0.2 6.49 1.1 0.5 0.2 4.69 Panels’ (ECCS Document No.66:1991) Firestop10 ( Mineral Fibre ) 2.8 1.6 1 0.6 0.4 0.3 7.98 2.1 1.1 0.5 0.2 5.78 100 mm Safety factors used 1.5 Live Load, 1.35 Dead Firestop12 ( Mineral Fibre ) 3.4 1.8 1.1 0.7 0.5 0.3 8.14 2.7 1.3 0.6 0.2 5.98 Load. The deﬂection limit is controlled by PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 2.3 1.3 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.3 7.79 1.5 0.8 0.4 0.2 5.60 L/240. Styrofoam 3.9 2 1.2 0.7 0.5 0.3 8.24 3.2 1.5 0.8 0.4 6.48 Panel weights are for 0.5 mm thick steel, add Polystyrene - Std Density 2 1.2 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.3 7.63 1.3 0.7 0.3 0.2 5.45 0.7 kg/m² for Firestop and PIR ceiling panels. Polystyrene - High Density 2.6 1.5 0.9 0.6 0.4 0.3 7.92 2 1 0.5 0.3 6.04 The minimum support width for panel is 50 125 mm Firestop10 ( Mineral Fibre ) 3.7 2.1 1.3 0.9 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.2 9.31 3 1.7 0.9 0.5 0.2 6.89 mm. Firestop12 ( Mineral Fibre ) 4.7 2.6 1.6 1 0.7 0.5 0.3 0.3 9.47 4 2.1 1.1 0.6 0.3 7.07 PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 2.9 1.6 1 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 9.09 2.3 1.3 0.8 0.4 0.2 6.83 Polystyrene - Std Density 2.6 1.5 1 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 8.92 1.9 1 0.5 0.3 0.1 6.30 Polystyrene - High Density 3.5 2.1 1.3 0.9 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.2 9.25 2.9 1.6 0.9 0.5 0.3 7.26 Firestop10 ( Mineral Fibre ) 4.5 2.5 1.6 1.1 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.3 10.54 4.1 2.3 1.4 0.8 0.5 0.2 7.90 150 mm Firestop12 ( Mineral Fibre ) 4.5 3.3 2.1 1.4 0.9 0.7 0.5 0.4 10.73 4.1 3 1.7 0.9 0.5 0.3 8.05 PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 3.4 1.9 1.2 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 10.12 3.1 1.8 1 0.6 0.4 02 7.75 Styrofoam 7.1 3.9 2.3 1.5 1 0.7 0.5 0.4 10.83 6.5 3.4 1.9 1.1 0.7 0.4 8.85 Polystyrene - Std Density 3.3 1.8 1.2 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 9.90 2.6 1.3 0.7 0.4 0.3 0.1 7.05 Polystyrene - High Density 4.5 2.7 1.7 1.2 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.3 10.47 3.8 2.2 1.3 0.8 0.5 0.3 8.40 PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 4 2.2 1.4 1 0.7 0.6 0.4 0.4 10.93 3.9 2.2 1.3 0.8 0.5 0.3 0.2 8.47 175 mm Polystyrene - Std Density 3.8 2.1 1.4 1 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.3 10.69 3.1 1.6 0.9 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.1 7.76 Polystyrene - High Density 5.4 3.2 2 1.4 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 11.65 4.8 2.6 1.6 1 0.7 0.5 0.3 9.46 PIR ( Polyisocyanurate ) 4 2.2 1.4 1 0.7 0.6 0.4 0.4 11.69 4.7 2.6 1.5 1 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.2 9.14 200 mm Polystyrene - Std Density 8.9 5 3 2 1.3 0.9 0.7 0.5 11.43 3.7 1.9 1.1 0.7 0.5 0.3 0.2 0.1 8.40 Polystyrene - High Density 3.8 2.1 1.4 1 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.3 12.77 5.7 3.1 1.9 1.2 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.3 10.47 10 Limiting Deﬂection L/240 Wind and snow ! • Thermal bowing occurs support calculation only along the length of and full acoustic the panel, which has a properties available supported span of L. on request. Isoclad can provide the complete solution to your • Tensile and compressive stresses are neglected in the core; shear core modulus is constant. ﬂashing, and panelling needs. Recommended Minimum Thickness for U Value 0.35 W/m2C 125mm 60mm 75mm 100mm 90mm 1. 100 mm panel with 140kg/m² density 27.1 29.6 Mineral Fibre core. Rw= 35dB 31.4 34.5 2. 50 mm ﬁre panel with 140kg/m² density Mineral Fibre core. Rw=30dB 3. 40 mm panel with 30 kg/m² density Polystyrene core. Rw = 27dB 11 Handling & Maintenance Forklift Ofﬂoad Isoclad recommends the use of When unloading the panels the forks should be set at their maximum distance apart and located centrally. It is approved types of mechanical handling important that the panels do not come into contact with the mast uprights of the forklift as damage could occur. equipment when dealing with composite Panel stacks should be ofﬂoaded one pack at the time and then placed on even ground ensuring stack of panels panels. Using appropriate lifting devices are stable at all times. The unopened panel stacks should be positioned so as to minimise any movement of can improve the efﬁciency and reduce individual panels from the stack to the point of installation. the losses due to damage. Mishandling could lead not only to a visually unpleasant ﬁnish but also to a Crane Ofﬂoad loss of structural strength of the panels When ofﬂoading the panels, care must be taken not to damage their edges. To help protect the edges of the which could cause damage to the entire panels from sling damage, notched bearers and adequate lifting slings should be used. structure. When using suction lifting equipment, as soon as the panels are lifted from the stack they should be rotated 90° in a vertical orientation to prevent any damage to the panel face. Site Storage When insulation material is stored outdoors it must be protected from rain and stacked off the ground and on a ﬂat slope to allow water to drain. Panels should not be stacked more than 2.5m high and one must allow adequate access between stacks and ensure they are stable at all times. Bearers should be evenly spaced and positioned directly above other bearers. Cutting Any cutting of apertures in a composite panel will reduce its structural strength. This reduction can only be determined by comprehensive testing of the panels after cutting and it will be signiﬁcantly inﬂuenced by the size and position of the apertures as well as the method of cutting. Any site operative involved in cutting panels should wear personal protective equipment (PPE) i.e. goggles, ear protection and dust mask. When cutting an aperture in a panel it is essential that the tool used minimises the dynamic tension/ compression forces applied to the panel. A ﬁne toothed tungsten jigsaw or skill (circular) saw is such a tool whereas an angle grinder is inappropriate. Care should be taken when cutting panels with combustible cores to avoid heat build up that would present an ignition hazard. 12 Cleaning Provided it is done properly, cleaning can enhance the performance and longevity of the panelling. Frequency of cleaning is determined by the application, i.e. in areas with only processor-packed food, continual cleaning is not necessary. However in food preparation or pharmaceutical areas the surface is normally cleaned daily with appropriate types of cleaners. Walls can be washed down with fresh water from a hose or a bucket. A solution of fresh water and non aggressive detergent may be used to remove heavy deposits, followed by a fresh water rinse. Max 100psi for pressure-hose cleaning. Stubborn oil or grease stains can be removed with white spirit on a soft cloth followed immediately by a fresh water rinse. Over-cleaning or scrubbing can do more harm than good. Steam cleaning can also cause problems if the surface temperature of the panels exceeds 60°. Stain Resistance The products of combustion in the exhaust fumes of site vehicles or in the fumes of gas ﬁre space heaters (e.g. propane) may stain the panel surfaces. Fork lift truck engines or petrol driven electrical generators (often used when cold stores are being built) can generate these fumes. Staining can occur even when the coating is covered by a protective ﬁlm. Although coatings are formulated to resist this, contractors must take precautions to prevent such staining. Durability & Repair The durability of Isoclad panels can be prolonged if regular inspection is carried out and adequate maintenance is applied. Isoclad panels have a very good resistance to chemicals. However there are exceptions e.g. certain organic solvents such as aromatics, ketoses and chlorinated hydrocarbons. When the substrate steel sheet is punctured or scratched it must be repaired at the ﬁrst instance by a qualiﬁed repair specialist. The life of the panel if not treated will diminish signiﬁcantly and corrosion may occur. Continuously wet cut edges must be avoided. Slight scuffs or scratches are best left untreated unless they are down to the substrate. In this case they should be repaired with a standard touch up paint. It should be considered that touch up paints, over time, could change colour, therefore the touch up area should be as small as possible. 13 Ancillaries In addition to manufacturing structural Flashings panels Isoclad offers a complete To ensure our ﬂashings are produced to the highest quality standards Always striving for the best and the quickest service we are able to range of ancillary ﬂashing items, all we only use full prime steel, the same as we use for our panels. By offer a quick turnaround; for smaller orders even a next day on site manufactured at our North Shields site. doing this we can guarantee a perfect colour and material match for delivery. On request, we can manufacture any shaped proﬁles. Our guillotine and press are capable of the end application. making most ﬂashings up to 3000 mm long; including plain or powder coated galvanised ﬂashings. Internal Angle External Angle Internal Channel All colours of standard ﬂashings are Stock Stock Stock available on request. 50x50 100x50 50x52x50 All our ﬂashings are made from the 125x50 50x77x50 same steel as our panels to guarantee 150x50 50x102x50 a perfect colour match. 175x50 50x127x50 50x152x50 We can also supply a wide variety of 50x202x50 sheet material cut to size from coil. Off Set Channel Z Shape Flashing Top Hat Shape Flashing Galvanised Angle 2mm Int/Ext WPC Galvanised Channel Flat Cover Strip Stock Stock Stock 50x50 50x102x50 100 mm 50x150 150 mm 14 Sheet Material Fixing and Sealants Our customised steel sheet material is When installing ﬁre rated panels, Isoclad recommend the use manufactured from the same high quality of intumescent mastic. This provides an effective vapour seal, steel we use for our panels and it comes in while its formulation allows for expansion to close the joint, thus broad range of colours. providing greater ﬁre protection in the event of a ﬁre. Sizes: Rivets and Tek screws are commonly used to ﬁx accessory Isoclad can provide the complete solution to your Maximum width - 1250 mm ﬂashings and base channel items. In certain ﬁre applications, additional steel rivets may be required to stitch the overlapping Standard length - 3000 mm longitudinal edges of the panel. Thickness - dependant on application ﬂashing, and panelling needs. Other items and sizes available on request The most common applications for our sheet material are: • Column covers • Ornamental and decorative cladding • Over cladding existent panels 15 Isoclad manufacture their own inverted Ceiling Suspensions top hat details which are supplied with Isoclad ceiling suspensions are manufactured from 2mm galvanised the complete range of ‘Unistrut’ ﬁxings steel. Testing conducted by Lloyds British plc has proven they can and fastenings. carry a load up to 300kg/m. The ceiling suspensions we manufacture are easy to install and fully certiﬁed by Lloyds Testing. Test certiﬁcates available on request. CSS Swivel Hanger 1. I Beam 2. M10 U Bolt & Galv Plate 3. 2.5 mm Galv Strut ( 400 mm long) 4. M12 Spring Nut and 5. 50x50x69 Galv Angle 6. M12 Nyloc Nut (BZP) 7. 50x100x69 mm Galv Angle 8. M12 Form C Washer (BZP) 9. M12 Nyloc Nut 10. M12 Stud (BZP) 16 Swivel Hanger Assembly with Top Hat When installed Mineral Fibre and PIR ceiling panels offer a limited walk-on facility, however this is suitable for intermittent personnel use only and panels should not be used as a working platform. Overloading should be avoided at any time and personnel should not gather in groups greater than two on any single panel, particularly No project is too big or too small for our adjacent to apertures which must be suitably framed and supported. Jumping and bouncing should be also avoided. manufacturing capacity In areas subject to frequent use and access areas, Youngman type boards and catwalks 1. M12 Stud (BZP) should be used as walkways. 2. Armaﬂex (400 mm long) Ancillary equipment i.e. pipes, refrigeration 3. 150 x 3 mm Sq Galv Plate equipment, ductwork, etc. should not be 4. 1800 x 0.50 mm Cover Plate supported by the panels; the support should 5. Inﬁll Supplied Separately be taken from the building structure. Installation 6. 3000 mm Cover Strip of equipment is not allowed on unprotected panels. Inverted Top Hat Technical Speciﬁcations 5 MM HOLE 5 MM HOLE Material: 2mm Z280 Galv 2.00 Finish: Mill / Uncoated Length: 3600 mm 32.00 32.00 54.00 Drawing No: Iso103 Rev1 182 17 Installation Guide Typical Wall to Floor Detail Check ﬂoor is level then mark out the site Curb Wall Base to Floor Detail The following factors should considered when installing panels: The sealants between joints are of the appropriate type and have good be ! to the dimensions shown on the relevant drawing using a chalk line. Galvanised metal ﬂoor channels are ﬁxed to the ﬂoor surface at 600 mm centres adhesion to the coating of the panel. using an appropriate ﬁxing system i.e. a There should be no gaps in the silicone Rawl bolt or Hilti hammer ﬁxings. These on any joints. channels will form the base into which the Details are correctly designed, panels will sit. especially at joints between ﬂoors and Apply continuous bead of sealant to base walls. 1. Rivet of channels. 2. Base Channel ( Galv or WFSL) 3. Concrete Floor 4. Silicone 5. Hammer In Fixing Coldstore Wall to Floor Detail 1. Concrete Floor Finish 1. Rivet 2. Styrofoam Floor Insulation 2. Base Channel ( Galv or WFSL) 3. Heater mat 3. Concrete Floor 4. Concrete Floor 4. Silicone 5. Hammer In Fixing 5. Hammer In Fixing 6. External Angle 7. Rivet 8. Galv Angle 9. Damp Proof Membrane 10.Thermal Break 18 Typical Partition 1(Joint Chiller Wall / Ceiling) 1. Two Part Coving Typical Partition 3(Joint Freezer Wall / Ceiling) Contact Isoclad for further technical advice TEL: 0044 (0) 191 258 5052 1. Flat Cover Strip 2. Rivet and consultation. 3. Foam Inﬁll 4. Internal Angle 5. Two Part Coving Typical Partition 2(Chillroom - Freezer Wall / Ceiling) Where the structure is self supporting, two wall panels are mechanically ! ﬁxed together to form a corner unit. The corner unit is positioned into the ﬂoor channel or angle and extended across the full length of the proposed rear wall and returned by one panel to match the opposite corner, thus forming a “U” shape. A ceiling panel is then lifted into position to tie the structure together. The 1. Thermal Break as means of lifting this panel into position are dependent upon site conditions, Required but where possible a forklift with appropriately sized lifting bars or suction 2. Foam Inﬁll lifting machine should be used. This process will then continue by the 3. Internal Angle repeated erection of two wall panels and one ceiling panel for the full length 4. Rivet of the room until the front wall is reached. At this point the remaining wall panels will be erected. 19 External Cladding Concrete Column Enclosure Panels Properties Environmentally Friendly Visually Identical Finish Fast Construction Sound Proof Air Tight Structures No / Low Heat Loss Complete Systems 1. Rivet Chemically Resistant 1. External Angle 2. Mineral Wool Inﬁll Weather Resistant 2. Void Filled with Appropriate Insulation 3. Concrete Column 3. Tek Screw Fixed to Steelwork 4. Internal Angle Structural Strength 4. Galv Angle Fixed to Main Steel Work 5. External Angle Design Flexibility 5. Steel Work (I beam) Typical Rebated Corner Thermal Performance All corners of the enclosure should be trimmed with ﬂashings and riveted ! in place to tie in wall to ceiling corners and wall to wall corners. Isoclad recommend ﬁxing ﬂashings to panels at 300 mm centres. All panel to panel joints should be sealed using a one part foodsafe silicone or intumescent mastic which is applied by a manual hand application unit. Before total enclosure of the room is achieved the position of all doors, windows and product apertures are to be marked and cut. Installation guides for doors/ hatches and windows will arrive on site wrapped up with the speciﬁc door or window type packaging. 1. External Angle 2. Rivet All panels should be plum and level; wall panels that are not plum will have 3. Two Part Coving an adverse effect on the door operating properly. 4. Foam Inﬁll 20 Typical Steel Fixing 1 Typical Steel Fixing 2 1. Steel Work (I beam) 2. Flashing Fixed with Rivets 3. Tek Screw Fixed to Steelwork 4. Support Angle 5. Void Filled with Appropriate Insulation 1. Flashing 2. Rivet 3. Tek Screw Fixed to Steelwork More drawing details are available on request. 4. Appropriate Inﬁll of Insulation 5. Steel Work (I beam) Where the structure is to be supported by a secondary Wall to Ceilling Detail - Coldstore ! top hat suspension system, the suspension system will be installed before ceilings or wall panels are installed. Fix top hat suspension system at 300 mm centres and pack voids with appropriate insulation. Wall to Ceiling Detail - Chill 1. M12 Stud (BZP) 1. M12 Stud (BZP) 2. Galv Plate with Nut 2. Galv Plate with Nut 3. Rivet 3. Rivet 4. Galv Internal Angle 4. Galv Internal Angle 5. Flashing Fixed with Rivets 5. Flashing Fixed with Rivets 6. Appropriate Inﬁll of Insulation 6. Galv External Angle 7. Appropriate Inﬁll of Insulation 8. Galv External Angle 21 Applications Services Off Line Cutting At Isoclad we offer a user-friendly professional service To reduce installation time and also site wastage we have introduced a new off Internal Partitions and will provide continuous advice and support at line cutting service. Chill Stores any stage of your build to ensure your project runs Dependant on the required dimensions we can cut apertures in any desired size Ofﬁce Buildings smoothly and on time. or shape. Indoor Ski Slopes Where possible we will advise you on all necessary technical details and speciﬁcations and ensure that Food Processing Industry the supplied products will match your needs, and help Cold Storage Cells you achieve your design requirements in a practical Temporary Accommodation and most efﬁcient manner. Mobile Shelters Walk-in Coolers Petrol Stations Ofﬂine Laminating Kiosks As an addition to our standard composite Maximum width available is 1250mm. Materials bonded to date include: Mineral Fibre, Manufacturing Areas panel range, Isoclad offers a customised Maximum length is only restricted by handling Styrofoam, Polyisocyanurate, Polystyrene, Decontamination Units ofﬂine laminating service. constraints. Plasterboard, Glassboard, various types of With the availability of this service you will As this is a customised service please contact wood (Marine Ply, Chipboard and OSB) and Insulated Dog Kennels no longer have to think within the ‘usual Isoclad to discuss your requirements and we also steel to Plywood, MDF and Chipboard. constraints’ associated with composite will be happy to provide you with a quotation. panels. PIR – MDF Polystyrene – MDF Mineral Wool – Plasterboard Styrofoam – Plywood 22 especially suited for small to medium businesses. Isoclad offers an individually tailored service, Sara & Donna . . . Admin team Emma . . . Sales Ofﬁce. Rachel Dixon Carl Lowson Steve Ellis Andy Palmer Financial Controller Manufacturing Manager Production Controller Sales Manager Mike McColl Managing Director ISOCLAD Ltd 10 Alder Road West Chirton Industrial Estate North Shields, Tyne & Wear NE29 8SD UK Tel: +44 (0) 191 258 5052 Fax: +44 (0) 191 259 5742 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.isoclad.co.uk January 2009 Disclaimer While Isoclad can give advice regarding suitability for end use it remains the responsibility of the client/architect/speciﬁer to ensure the panels are selected and installed according to the latest regulations and ﬁre safety requirements and that they are suitable for their intended use.
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