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FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO
TECHNICAL DATA-AVERAGE VALUES
Rev: 01/04/2016
PROPERTIESTEST METHOD UNITS THICKNESSES mm
8/13>13/20>20/25>25/32>32/40
DENSITY (*)EN 323kg/m3720/680675/650640/625600600
INTERNAL BONDEN 319N/mm20,450,450,400,350,30
BENDING STRENGTH EN 310N/mm2151412119
MODULUS OF ELASTICITY EN 310 N/mm220501950185017001550
THICKNESS SWELLING 24 H EN 317%1714131312
MOISTURE CONTENT EN 322%8+/-38+/-38+/-38+/-38+/-3
FORMALDEHYDE EMISSION CLASS E1EN ISO 12460-3mg/(m2.h)≤ 3.5≤ 3.5≤ 3.5≤ 3.5≤ 3.5
REACTION TO FIRETABLA EN 13986:2004+A1:2015 IEN 13501-1ClassD-s2,d0 (**)D-s2,d0 (***)D-s2,d0D-s2,d0D-s2,d0
REACTION TO FIRETABLA EN 13986:2004+A1:2015 IEN 13501-1ClassDfl-s1 (****)Dfl-s1Dfl-s1Dfl-s1Dfl-s1
SWELLING IN THICKNESS AFTER CYCLIC TEST (V313)EN 321 / EN 317%1413121211
INTERNAL BOND AFTER CYCLIC TEST (V313)EN 321 / EN 319N/mm20,150,130,120,100,09
SOUND ABSORPTION COEFFICIENT (Α) (250 A 500 HZ)EN 13984:2004+A1:2015α 0.100.100.100.100.10
SOUND ABSORPTION COEFFICIENT (Α) (1000 A 2000 HZ)EN 13984:2004+A1:2015α 0.250.250.250.250.25
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITYEN 13984:2004+A1:2015W/ (mK)0.140.140.130.120.12
AIRBORNE SOUND INSULATION (SURFACE MASS) (R)EN 13986:2004+A1:2015db2427293031
BIOLOGICAL DURABILITY USEEN 13986:2004+A1:2015Class of use1 & 21 & 21 & 21 & 21 & 2
CONTENT OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL (PCP)EN 13986:2004+A1:2015%<5<5<5<5<5
TOLERANCE ON NOMINAL DIMENSIONS
PROPERTIESTEST METHOD UNITS THICKNESSES mm
8/13>13/20>20/25>25/32>32/40
THICKNESS ON NOMINAL DIMENSIONSEN 14323mm+/-0.3 (Clase 1) +0.5/-0.3 (Clase 3A)+/-0.3 (Clase 1) +0.5/-0.3 (Clase 3A)+/-0.5+/-0.5+/-0.5
THICKNESS WITHIN THE BOARDEN 14323mmmax-min <0.6max-min <0.6max-min <0.6max-min <0.6max-min <0.6
LENGHT & WIDTHEN 14323mm+/-5+/-5+/-5+/-5+/-5
FLATNESS (SOLAMENTE EN REVESTIMIENTOS EQUILIBRADOS)UNE-EN-14323mm/m-≤2 (v*) ≤2 (v*)≤2 (v*)≤2 (v*)
COATING PROPERTIES
PROPERTIESTEST METHOD UNITS THICKNESSES mm
RESISTANCE TO SCRATCHINGEN 14323N≥ 1.5
RESISTANCE TO CRACKINGEN 14323Rating≥ 3
SURFACE ASPECTEN 14323Rating4
RESISTANCE TO STAINING (GROUPS 1 Y 2)EN 14323Rating5
RESISTANCE TO STAINING (GROUP 3)EN 14323Rating4
COLOR RESISTANCE TO UV LIGHT (XENON LAMP)EN 14323Blue wool scale, n
>6
 
VISUAL DEFECTS
EDGES DAMAGEDEN 14323mm≤ 2
SURFACE DEFECTS. POINTSEN 14323mm2/m2≤ 20
SURFACE DEFECTS. LENGHTEN 14323mm/m2≤ 10
RESISTANCE TO ABRASION:TEST METHOD CLASSIP NUMBER OF TURNS WR NUMBER OF TURNS
RESISTANCE TO ABRASION:. DESIGNS (GENERAL APPLICATIONS)EN 14323
1
< 50
< 150
RESISTANCE TO ABRASION. UNICOLORS AND AH PRODUCTSEN 14323
3A
≥ 150
≥ 350
(*) VALUES TO BE CONSIDERED AS A ROUGH GUIDE ONLY.

(**) Minimun thickness 9mm.Mounted without an air gap behind the FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO. Mounted with a closed air gap not more than 22 mm behind the FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO classificationD-s2,d2. Classification E for any other more restrictive condition. Commission Decision 2007/348/EC.

(***) Mounted without an air gap behind the FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO, or with a closed air gap behind the FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO for thicknesses equal or greater than 15mm or with an open air gap behind the FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO for thicknesses equal or greater than 18 mm. Mounted with a closed air gap not more than 22 mm behind the FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO classification D-s2,d2 in thicknesses between 10 and 18 mm. Commission Decision 2007/348/EC

(****)Minimun thickness 9 mm

(v*) Thickness ≥15 mm and balanced recoverings.

These physical-mechanical values improve/comply with the P3 classification established in EN 312:2010 European Standard, Tables 4 and 5. Non-structural boards used in humid conditions (Type P3). Requirements for the specified mechanical and swelling properties. Requirements for moisture resistance (Option 1).

FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO meets Class E1 requirements defined in the European Standard EN 14322.

FIMAPLAST HIDROFUGO is endorsed by AITIM Quality Label.

HANDLING/STORAGE:

It must always be stored under cover and on a flat surface.
65% of humidity is the ideal condition for its storage, dryer or more moist environments should be avoided.
It must never be in direct contact with water.
Blocks must always be lined up with the vertical.
Never pile up more than 4 heights.
If the packaging is damaged during its handling, it must be packed again so the product is correctly preserved.

If the piling-up conditions or the changes in moisture or temperature above mentioned are not respected in the warehouses or the processing areas, they may cause irreversible deformations and warpings.

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