ROCKWOOL® RockLap H&V Pipe Sections provide thermal and acoustic pipe insulation, plus a resilient, high performance vapour barrier. The sections are designed for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning pipework operating in the temperature range 0°C to 700°C.
The product consists of lengths of pre-formed stone wool insulation used to thermally insulate pipework. Each length has a one piece, factory applied foil facing with integral self-adhesive lap for fast and easy installation.
Advantages: - Resilient, high performance vapour barrier provided by one-piece, reinforced foil with integral lap - Fast and simple installation reduces costs and time on site - Impressive acoustic insulation properties - Nominal density not less than 120 kg/m3 - Tape requirement reduced - Non-combustible A1 standard - Long life and high shear resistance
HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
ROCKWOOL® RockLap H&V Pipe Sections are used to effectively thermally and acoustically insulate pipework.
The thermal performance will vary according to the temperature. For more information about thermal performance refer to Part L Brochure, product datasheet or the BS5422 brochure.
RockLap H&V Pipe Sections are rated as A1 non-combustible.
RockLap H&V Pipe Sections can be used for pipework at 0-700°C . Foil cannot go above 80°C, for more information please refer to the datasheet.
Ozone Depleting Potential
Relying on entrapped air for its thermal properties, we are proud to say that ROCKWOOL® RockLap HV Pipe Sections do not contain (and has never contained) gases that have an ozone depleting potential (ODP).
Global Warming Potential
Relying on entrapped air for its thermal properties, we are proud to say that ROCKWOOL® RockLap HV Pipe Sections do not contain (and has never contained) gases that have a global warming potential (GWP). Therefore, they have a zero GWP for the purposes of rating schemes such as the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Third Party Approval
RockLap H&V holds London Underground Limited (LUL) approval.
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