Izovle insulation technical specifications

When it comes to staggered large-scale construction or repairs, every owner naturally wants to get the best materials at a reasonable cost. The long-standing custom of the Investor SK states that it started with imported goods and typically gave preference to those made by well-known European businesses that are unquestionably leaders in the production of building materials.

Technical specifications for Izovle insulation

But things are starting to drastically shift in this regard right now. Regretfully, in response to the demands of a remarkably large domestic market, Russian enterprises started to emerge. Their products, while still inferior in quality and operational attributes compared to their foreign counterparts, surpass them in numerous aspects. The isvel insulation of the technical features that will be discussed in this publication serves as a striking example of this.

Trading brand "Izovol" – a guarantee of high quality

This year marks the 15th anniversary of the manufacturer, Belgorod Closed Joint-Stock Company CJSC Non-standard equipment and metal plants (ZAZHOMI CJSC). From the company’s registration to the continuous operation of a strong production complex, which produces highly sought-after products for consumers and has earned legitimate authority in the quality of its manufactured goods, a considerable distance has been covered in a comparatively short amount of time.

Workshops for manufacturing "Izovol" thermo-insulating products.

Initially, thermo-insulating materials purchased from other companies were used to produce release insulated sandwich panels, marketed under the Belpanel brand. Nonetheless, the management of the company has always aimed for the highest level of independence from outside parties, particularly foreign suppliers. As a result, the Belgorod Combine of Thermal Insulation Materials (BCTM), the company’s first product line, was introduced in 2006. Therefore, "Izovol," a completely domestic brand, entered the market for similar products. Remarkably, the brand can be regarded as wholly Russian because no foreign capital was used in the construction or operation of any of the production capacities.

Trade symbol "Izovol"

In 2009, the second line was introduced. Furthermore, as evidenced by the best-in-class products, Izovol brand thermo-insulating materials are currently leading the market in terms of demand.

What then is the "Izovol" thermal insulation?

This insulation is mineral-based and falls into the fibrous materials category, which is close to the melting point of some basalt rocks. The detailed raw materials are not lacking and are not anticipated to be so, and the thermal insulation materials based on them have a bright future.

Common rocks of the basalt group serve as raw materials.

Following the proper cleaning and sorting, the rock is placed in the melting furnaces, where it is heated to the highest possible temperature—roughly a thousand and a half degrees—and transformed into a liquid. Using specialized technology, fibers with a maximum diameter of 50 mm and a thickness of only 5 to 15 microns are produced from this melt, exhibiting remarkable strength and flexibility. Special components are used to bind this fibrous structure, which is then pressed and heat-treated further to achieve the desired density before blocks of the predetermined size are cut from it.

Prefabricated plates made of basalt fiber

Consequently, a material with an unpredictable fiber structure that can maintain its shape over time is produced. Air naturally fills the space between the fibers, acting as a great heat insulator. In fact, the volume of this immobilized gas plays a crucial role in guaranteeing high thermal resistance indicators for basalt wool.

The material’s fibrous structure

Actually, glass wool and slag wool are two more types of fibrous heater that are made using a similar methodology. However, superior basalt material outperforms both types in many ways. Because of their more brittle and unstable fibers, blocks or mats made of them require more binders to form a stable shape. Working with glassy and slag is extremely uncomfortable; it irritates skin and, most dangerously, the respiratory and ocular mucous membranes.

However, this is not even the primary disadvantage of the insulation made from secondary raw materials (slags, or metallurgical waste). A stable acidity module cannot be reached under such initial conditions; instead, it is typically increased, which drastically shortens the service life of thermally insulated structures as well as the insulation itself.

"Izovol" mineral insulation is totally devoid of this kind of thing. Contemporary Ecosafe® technology is employed in its manufacturing.

Izovol insulation is made using cutting-edge, proprietary Ecosafe® technology.

The experts at the company carried out their own studies and created molecular-level simulations of the resulting basalt fibers. The technological specifications for the melting and molding equipment of production lines incorporated these solutions, allowing for the maximum preservation of the basalt breed’s natural qualities without the need for additives that degraded the final products.

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As a result, the acidity module can vary greatly, from 1.2 to 9.0, in different batches of mineral wool produced by some manufacturers utilizing outdated technology, without the application of modern technological techniques for monitoring the initial raw materials, the processes of its primary processing, and its melt. Furthermore, it may continue to be unstable or alter while operating, for instance in highly humid environments. Additionally, this is a requirement for the fibrous structure to sink, for insulation blocks’ linear parameters to change, for the structure to age quickly, and for the entire thermal insulation structure to become unusable.

Contrarily, Ecosafe® technology produces a material with a reasonably high and stable acidity module, between 2.0 and 2.24, which performs basalt insulation in a way that is both highly durable and environmentally safe, with a service life that has been estimated to last for decades.

The presence of international certificates attests to the goods’ quality.

One of the company’s main priorities is to continuously improve the dands and the quality of its products. The business has a state-of-the-art laboratory complex of its own, and the strict control system has been debugged. The following strict environmental and health protection standards and adopted international standards are confirmed by certificates of conformity: ISO 9001: 2008; ISO 14001: 2004; and OHSAS 18001: 2007.

The advantages of basalt fibrous insulation "Izovol"

What are the indisputable benefits of the Izovol brand’s insulating material, then?

  • For any thermal insulation material, one of the most important parameters is the coefficient of t. The lower this indicator, the higher the heat transfer resistance, and the more effective the material opposes the penetration of low and high temperatures through its porous structure to insulated construction contracts.

Good thermal insulation parameters set apart all of the Izovol brand’s products. The coefficient of bazal plates varies slightly based on their functional purpose and density, but it generally falls between 0.035 and 0.040 W/m × °C.

You can have a clear picture of this attribute by examining the table below. The thicknesses of different building materials are shown in a diagram that offers comparable indicators of heat transfer resistance.

Structure of structure or insulation layer Coefficient of thermal conductivity Thickness with the same insulation capabilities
Comparative diagram numerical characteristics
Basalt insulation "Izovol" λ ≈ 0.039 W/m × ° C 50 mm
A layer of a natural cork λ ≈ 0.05 W/m × ° C 70 mm
Natural wood walls λ ≈ 0.2 W/m × ° C 165 mm
Walls – masonry from gas silicate blocks λ ≈ 0.4 W/m × ° C 380 mm
Monolithic structure made of expanded clay concrete λ ≈ 0.7 W/m × ° C 480 mm
Red -burned brick masonry λ ≈ 0.85 W/m × ° C 550 mm
Reinforced concrete structure λ ≈ 1.7 W/m × ° C 2250 mm
  • The use of carefully selected natural raw materials determines the high environmental purity of the resulting products. Of course, modern technologies cannot yet completely abandon the use of synthetically binding, but their mass fraction is extremely low, does not exceed 3.5 ÷ 4.5%, and insulating materials “Izovol” may well be used for internal work, including in residential or public premises.
  • Fibrous basalt heaters can be safely attributed to the most effective materials in matters of absorption of external noise. I use them and the creation of soundproofing partitions in the premises, even if the structure of the fence itself does not even require thermal insulation. So, and the assortment of the "Izovol" has special plates produced specifically for such purposes, which is also indicated by their name – "Izovol – protection against noise". However, thermal conductivity indicators are such that they are able to successfully perform both function.

The Institute of Construction Physics of the RAASN conducted a study on the soundproofing properties of Isovol plates in a laboratory setting. The results of this study demonstrate the plates’ compliance with SNiP 23-03-2003 "Protection from noise" requirements over the full sound range.

  • One of the most important strokes in olibular insulation is resistance to a humid environment. If the material actively absorbs moisture, its thermal insulation qualities are sharply reduced. In addition, the excess of absorbed water can negatively affect the preservation of geometric shapes specified by the insulation, which leads with overcoming, settling the fibrous medium and the exit from soy all the insulation structure as a whole.

Increased hydrophobicity is one of the main benefits of basalt insulation "Izovol."

Mineral wool slabs known as "Izovol" have undergone special processing that gives them properties that are almost entirely hydrophobic: water droplets roll off the upper material without soaking through its thickness.

Water absorption is less than 1% of the material’s total volume, even when submerged completely in water. This is a great indicator for figuring out how long the insulation will last.

  • At the same time, the insulating plates "Izovol" have excellent vapor permeability. Excessive air humidity in the premises of the house freely finds the exit through the thermal insulation layer, and the condensing moisture constantly evaporates into the atmosphere. This ensures natural circulation of steam -shaped moisture, the length of the building structures that are not subject to damp .
  • Unlike many effective synthetic insulation, the “Izovol” plate based on basalt fiber is fashionable to take it off to the category of fully fireproof materials. Moreover, some varieties of material are specifically designed to create fire retardant barriers or for isolation of high -temperature objects.

Without sacrificing its properties, the material can tolerate heating to temperatures that no other insulation material can match. Basalt fibers only start to melt at temperatures higher than 1100 °C. In this instance, it is imperative that you draw attention to any hazardous or poisonous materials, as they frequently result in building fires that cause tragedies.

All "Izovol" products have a categorical index of "NG," which is the material of the ideal non-combustible, if technology is striving to achieve relatively safe gross indexes of "G1" or "G2" (which is already thought to be a good indicator for them) when developing organic insulation.

  • Ecosafe® technology already mentioned gives at the output an amazingly stable structure that is not subject to chemical effects from its own components under adverse conditions, nor under external influences. Conducting tests of the material samples gave the developers to boldly assert the guaranteed enviable longevity of the Isovol panels – we are talking about terms of 50 years or more.

Individuals who are unfamiliar with these types of insulation materials shouldn’t be put off by their seemingly unstable, fibrous structure. Blocks manufactured from premium basalt wool, which naturally includes items under the "Izovol" brand, have a good margin of strength for layer separation and gaps, and they perfectly hold the form to which they are attached during the manufacturing process. In addition, the material’s elasticity allows for the installation of insulation blocks without gaps between building structure elements and the thermal insulation of intricately curved surfaces.

Certain varieties of "Izovol" insulation are capable of providing thermal insulation for heavily loaded structures, as well as withstanding the weight of plastering or even facing tiles. Because they can tolerate heavy snow loads, they are also utilized on flat roofs. They serve as floor insulation, and the reinforced screed is closed afterward.

Slabs of insulation are easily cut to the desired size.

The material is easily processed; it can be freely cut with a hacksaw or an ordinary building knife, depending on its density when fitted into the desired size.

  • And, finally, domestic material with equal or even higher performance and quality is always significantly cheaper than “promoted” imported analogues, since the cost of raw materials, which is widely accessible in Russia, for logistics, and legal support is much lower.

Assortment of insulating plates "Izovol" and the spheres of their application

ZAO ZAZOMI manufactures nearly the whole line of Izovol brand insulation materials, which are ideal for or specifically made for thermal insulation of any kind of residential building structure. The foundation insulation is presumably the lone exception, where other materials must be used.

Thus, an insulating heater enables you to use:

  • For thermal insulation of roofing structures (with slopes or flat).
  • Walling walls and enclosing structures. There are also many options here – it can be a thermo -insulating layer in layered brickwork, external insulation according to the principle of the ventilated facade, using plaster finish, tile cladding. Usual slabs are used to build insulated frame walls or for the production of sandwich panels, wall and roofing.
  • The use of light plates "Izovol" during the construction of internal partitions provides good sound insulation between the rooms.
  • The mineral wool panels "Izovol" are widely used for insulation of floors and ceilings. Special types of material allow thermal insulation of floors on soil, on concrete slabs, on the “black floor” systems or with the laying of the material between the lag.
  • Another scope is the creation of fire cuts, barriers, protection of building structures from extremely high temperatures.

Square "Izovol" for thermal insulation of wall structures

Both universal forms of "Izovol" insulation are specifically made for these uses and have unique qualities, such as sound insulation for dividing partitions and thermal insulation for external walls. Everything is dependent upon the wall’s construction and, in certain situations, the technology used to decorate it later.

The following kinds of insulation are examples of such types:

  • "Izol Light"
  • "Warmed"
  • "Warmed Light"
  • "Izovol L-35"
  • The line of insulation "Izovol ST", from ST-50 to ST-90;
  • The line of insulation "Izovol B", from B -50 to B -90;
  • Square line "Izovol F", from F-100 to F-150.

The dimensions of each of the specified types of mineral wool insulation plates are 1000 × 600 mm in width and height, although the thickness of the layer that is formed may differ.

In the given list, universal types can be safely attributed to the first four positions. These are plates; they are low density, lightweight, and can be used outside of walls.

Options "Oil-Life" "Izovol L-35" "Warmed" “Warm-Light
Length and width, mm 1000 × 600
Thickness, mm 40-250 with a step 10 mm 50; 75, 100 75; 100
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m • K) 0.035 0.035 0.036 0.036
Density, kg/m³ thirty 35 25 20
Areas of use
Walls Ventilated facade,
Internal partitions,
Multilayer masonry
Internal partitions
Roof Inner surface of the pitched roof
Floors and ceilings Only on the bearing lags

In any case, the ST, B, and F stamps are made especially for external wall thermal insulation.

Think about application cases.

1. Multilayer brick wall insulation.

Diagram showing how a multilayer brick wall warms up

1. The primary auxiliary brickwork.

Two: an "Izovol" layer of insulation plates.

Mounts three – "fungi"

4-the outermost brick layer.

It is recommended to use the slabs "Izovol-LieT," "Izovl L-35," and the STR STR line in the case in question.

Options "Steel ST-50" "Izovol ST-60" "Steel ST-75" "Izovol ST-90"
Length and width, mm 1000 × 600
Thickness, mm 40-250 with a step 10 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C) 0.035 0.035 0.034 0.036
Density, kg/m ³ 50 60 75 90
Compression strength (with 10% deformation), kPa ÷ ÷ 10 18
Stratification strength, kPa ÷ ÷ 5 7
Areas of use
Walls Ventilated facade, multilayer masonry
Roof The back of the pitched roof
Floors and ceilings Only on the bearing lags

2. Internal partitions and frame walls.

Insulation of external frame walls and internal partitions

The insulated external frame wall is on the right, and the internal partition is on the left.

1-decoration of interior walls;

Two racks for frames;

3. "Izovol" soundproofing (insulation) slabs.

4-skin of the external wall.

Furthermore, crucial structural components for the frame wall are:

5. A hydraulic insulation membrane that is mounted from the room’s side.

6. A diffuse membrane that permits vapor to pass through and is installed from the outside.

Insulation plates "Izovol Light," "L-35," and the insulation line "Izovol-st." are used in these kinds of constructions. It’s trendy to use both kinds of internal partitions in addition to special "Izovol – noise protection" slabs.

3. External wall insulation in accordance with the ventilated facade system.

There are various methods for insulating the external walls using the ventilated facade washing system, but the overall plan remains largely unchanged.

A ventilated facade and an insulated wall

1. A capital wall made of gas silicate blocks, for instance.

2. The wooden or metal components of the frame.

3. An insulation layer made of plates. If required, the cold bridges can be eliminated using two-layer styling (3a).

4-vapor-permeable diffuse membrane that is windproof.

5. using panel material for external cladding (siding, block house, etc.). Brickwork (5A) can also be used as an option (right) for external cladding; however, this requires leaving ventilation outlets (6).

When considering such options for external wall insulation, "iswol" slabs—which are specifically made for these ventilated facades of the line with index "B"—are most frequently used. These plates differ in that they have either black or white glass chloride external caching. Processing of this kind may eliminate the need for an external windproof membrane.

If two layers of insulation are available, the layer above the plates "Surel Light," "L-35," and the whole index line "ST" can be used for the lower, wall-closer layer. However, "iswolm B" should still be applied to the outer layer.

Options "Oil B-50" "Oil B-75" "Oil B-90"
Length and width, mm 1000 × 600
Thickness, mm 40-250 with a step 10 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C) 0.035 0.034 0.035
Density, kg/m ³ 50 75 90
Compression strength (with 10% deformation), kPa ÷ 10 25
Stratification strength, kPa ÷ 5 8
Areas of use
Walls Ventilated facade

4. External wall insulation utilizing "wet facade" technology.

Special types of insulation plates called "Izovol," which have increased strength characteristics, are needed for the thermal insulation of the walls if plaster or even ceramic tiles or artificial stone are to be used to finish the facade. The "Izovol F" line, which includes the three types of material "F-100," "F-120," and "F-150," implements this.

Plastering comes after wall insulation.

1. The building’s capital wall.

Two: a coating of adhesive primer.

3. A layer of unique mineral-based construction adhesive.

Plates "Izovol F" (4).

5. Mounts and "fungi"

7. Fiberglass mesh or metal reinforcement.

8. A glue layer that evens out.

9. Adhesive primer.

Plaster in a decorative layer (10).

Any T-p P LIT "Izovol F" can be used for plaster walls; however, only "F-120" or "F-150" slabs should be used if the wall or a specific area of it is intended to be tiled.

Options "Izovol F-100" "Izovol F-120" "Izovol F-150"
Length and width, mm 1000 × 600
Thickness, mm 40-250 with a step 10 mm 40-200 USAG 10 mm 30-180 in step 10 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C) 0.036 0.038 0.041
Density, kg/m ³ 100 120 150
Compression strength (with 10% deformation), kPa 40 42 60
Stratification strength, kPa 15 17 20
Areas of use
Walls Plaster facade Plaster facade, facade with tile or stone cladding

Using “Isovre” plates for insulation of floors

Isolated ceilings and floors are a major source of heat loss. Solutions for the qualitative insulation of these building structure elements are provided by the Uzovol product developers.

Here, too, there are numerous options.

1. Warming of supporting lags’ ceilings and floors.

Insulating the floor or overlapping load-bearing lags

1. The floor’s base, also known as the black floor (bent attic overlap).

Second, a layer of waterproofing that prevents capillary moisture from being milked from below.

3. An insulating lag lining.

4-lags made of wood.

5. Tightly spaced, stacked "Izovol" insulating plates.

6-a film-based waterproofing membrane.

7- completing the flooring or adding a layer of OSP plywood to allow for the subsequent application of a decorative coating.

It is advised to use universal plates in this situation. All STR ST line types are suitable, as are "flooded" and "L-35" as well as "Surel Light."

2. Filling the screed and then insulating the floor.

Specific types of insulation plates with increased hydrophobicity and a unique mechanical compression strength are used if pouring the screed involves placing water or electric warming elements. Two varieties from the "Izovol P" line serve as their representations.

Heating the floors and ceilings before adding concrete to the screed

1-base in the shape of a floor slab made of reinforced concrete

1a: Compacted soil, the base.

1b: A "rough" concrete screed made of cement and gravel.

The second layer is a waterproofing film or roofing material.

3-"Izovol P" insulating plates.

A layer of waterproof film, number four.

5. reinforced cement-sand screed, where pipes or cables from the "warm floor" may be present.

6- Complete the floor.

Options "Izovol P-100" "Isovol P-175"
Length and width, mm 1000 × 600
Thickness, mm 40-250 with a step 10 mm 30-120 USAG 10 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C) 0.034 0.037
Density, kg/m ³ 100 120
Compression strength (with 10% deformation), kPa 35 65
Areas of use
Floors and ceilings Floors on a rigid base, followed by filling the screed Heavily loaded floors according to a rigid base followed by filling the screed

The use of SOVOL plates to warm roofing structures

Pitch and flat roof insulation technologies are very different from one another. Every technique makes use of distinct kinds of "Izovol" thermo-insulating plates.

1. Internal warming of roof slopes.

The figure illustrates the schematic insulation of a pitched roof with a ventilated clearance:

The internal sloping plan of the roof

1. The insulated roof’s internal hem and crate (made of boards, lining, plywood, drywall, etc.).

2-a hydraulic insulation layer.

3. The legs of the rafter.

4-"Izovol" insulation, which is firmly inserted into the rafters’ gaps.

5-a wind-blocking layer that functions as a vapor-permitted diffuse membrane.

6-the counterparty’s rails that determine how thick the ventilation gap is.

7. Roof roofing.

This technology suggests using the same universal slabs of small and medium density, such as "iswell light," "L-35," and "drove" the line of "STR," for roof insulation.

2. A flat roof’s insulation.

The flat roof is insulated using an entirely different method. Apart from its intended use, the thermal insulation structure must be capable of withstanding substantial mechanical loads resulting from snowfall and human movement on the roof. Special insulation plates known as the "Izovol K" and "Izovol KV" line have been developed specifically for this isolation technique.

The strength characteristics of the K to "KV" inspection permit one or two layers of insulation to be applied to a flat roof.

  • The slabs “Izovol K” are used in the case of single -layer insulation or as the lower layer during the installation of thermal insulation in two layers, with the thickness of the insulation more than 60 mm.
  • Speaks of KV plates have increased strength characteristics and are designed for self -use during single -layer insulation of a flat roof or for the outer layer of thermal insulation structure.

Insulating a flat roofing structure with two layers

1. Ceiling: corrugated board roofing, slabs for floors, etc.

Two: the layer of waterproofing.

3. The bottom plate layer of insulation. Typically, thicker than the top.

The fourth layer of insulation is made up of thinner plates with stronger mechanical strength indicators.

5. Unique telescopic mounts that prevent the plates from shifting in relation to one another.

6. External roofing. Depending on the kind of roofing material, there could be multiple layers of PVC membrane and roller materials. Occasionally, a reinforced screed is applied as the roof’s final coating.

Options "Oil K-100" "Oil K-120" "Oil KV-150" "Oil KV-175" "Oil KV-200"
Length and width, mm 1000 × 1200
Thickness, mm 40-250 with a step 10 mm 40-200 with a step 10 mm 30-180 in step 10 mm 30-120 in step 10 mm 30-100 in step 10 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C) 0.034 0.035 0.039 0.039 0.040
Density, kg/m ³ 100 120 150 175 200
Compression strength (with 10% deformation), kPa 35 45 60 70 85
Stratification strength, kPa 10 12 15 16 17
Areas of use
Roof Single -layer insulation of flat roofs or lower layer with two -layer insulation Single -layer insulation of flat roofs or upper layer with two -layer insulation
Walls Filler in reinforced concrete wall panels ÷ ÷ ÷

How to decide on the necessary total thickness of the insulation layer

The principle of calculating the insulation layer

The manufacturer provides insulating plates in a large variety of thicknesses with convenient steps every 10 mm, as the tables above demonstrate. However, how can one calculate how thick the thermal insulation layer will need to be overall?

You can use the suggested calculator to calculate this.

The calculation principle is that the total resistance of the construction structure should not be less than the value specified for a specific region in order to maintain a comfortable temperature inside the dwelling at 19 ° C. The necessary total heat transfer resistance can be found in the SNiP tables or on the following map scheme:

Card-scheme to calculate the building structures’ normalized resistance to heat transfer (click on the picture to increase it)

Note that three distinct values have been set:

– The value of R for wall structures (external walls) highlights violet numbers.

– red numerals – for floors, such as those made on soil or covering an unheated room, or for the attic ceiling beneath a cold, unheated attic.

– Blue numbers: heat transfer resistance for roofing coatings, in case a living attic is placed there, or if the attic is simply heated.

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Izovol insulation prices


All of the layers of the structure, including the primary wall material (ceilings) and the finishing materials (drywall, plaster, lining, wood sheathing, etc.), can be considered when performing calculations because they all contribute to a certain level of thermal resistance. accounted for and totally immobilized air layers. External coatings, such as flooded screed or roofing material layers, are also considered for flat roofs.

Not considered:

  • External wall decoration, made on the principle of a ventilated facade, regardless of its type.
  • Roofing if the insulation is carried out according to the method of ventilated roof.

To make things easier, you can sketch the design’s graphic scheme by hand, including the layer thicknesses, and then move on to the actual computations. Consequently, the chosen insulation material should have the appropriate thickness.

Calculator calculation of the thickness of the insulation

Special types of insulation materials "Izovol"

Apart from the aforementioned insulating plates, CJSC "Szomiy" provides a range of NTC products. Among them are:

Special insulation plates for the production of wall and roofing sandwich panels.

These materials are supplied to companies that produce comparable building materials in addition to being used in their own sandwich panel production.

Since the material is estimated in three categories of strength—the limits of compression stability, stretching, and cut—this is one of the most challenging products to produce. Furthermore, the precise density and homogeneity of the fibrous structure across the large surface area of the future panel must be observed.

Two lines of sandwich panel plates are displayed in the assortment of a series of "Izovol": "SS" for walls and "SK" for roofing.

Sandwich panels for the roof and wall structure

1-metal coating inside.

Two: an "Izovol" layer of insulating plates.

3. An external metal coating applied to panels that have a prominent or low embossed profile (for walls).

The standard sizes of the produced sandwich panel plates are listed in the table below; however, a batch with the dimensions specified in the order may be released upon the client’s request.

Options "SS-105 Isovl" "SS-110" SS-110 "Izovol SK-120" "Oil KV-130" "Izovol SK-140"
Length and width, mm Length 1200 mm, width 600, 627, 1000 and 1010 mm
Thickness, mm 102, 122 and 151 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Vapor permeability, mg/m × h × pa, no less 0.3
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C), across the fibers 0.037 0.037 0.036 0.036 0.037
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C), along the fibers 0.043 0.044 0.045 0.045 0.046
Density, kg/m ³ 105 110 120 130 140
Compression strength (with 10% deformation), kPa 70 75 85 100 110
Stretch strength, kPa 105 110 115 120 120
Strength for cut, kPa 50 55 75 75 80
Areas of use
Production Production of wall sandwich panels Production of roofing sandwich panels

Insulation mats.

Many types of insulation mats known as "Nazov Mat" are released complex in configuration of building structures for the purpose of providing thermal insulation for technological equipment, pipe highways for different purposes, chimneys, and boiler plants.

Warming mats are essential for preventing heat loss in machinery, pipelines, chimneys, and intricate architectural geometry.

Customers may request to be in the foil performance or the standard performance.

Increased hydrophobic and chemical resistance, as well as a broad temperature range of application (from -180 to +570 °C), are what set mats apart.

Options "Oil-Mat"
Width, mm 1000
Thickness, mm 40-100 with a step 10 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Thermal conductivity, W/(m • K) 0.034 at t≈ 25 ° C;
0.055 at t≈125 ° C;
0.093 with t≈300 ° C
Density, kg/m ³ from 40 to 80 in steps 10 kg/m ³
Areas of use
Technical thermal insulation and insulation of complex building structures

Thermal insulation cylinders "Izovol Ts" and "Izovol Tsf"

Pipeline highways used for household, communal, or technological purposes can be insulated using pre-made solutions such as foil ("CF") or ordinary ("c") basalt fiber cylinders.

"Izovol" square cylinders.

Increased hydrophobic and chemical resistance to technical fluids, solvents, fuel, and lubricants sets products apart.

You might be curious to know what a chimney’s roofing is.

In addition to providing a dependable barrier against moisture intrusion, shielding the fibrous structure from mild mechanical stress and abrasion, and improving the insulation layer’s appearance when the indoor trunk is located, the foil layer greatly boosts the cylinder’s thermo-insulating properties. You can get an answer by clicking the link about heating furnaces on long-burning wood.

Options "Izovol Ts-50"
"Isovre Ts-80"
"Izovol Ts-100"
"Izovol Ts-120"
Length, mm 1000 mm
Wall thickness, mm from 20 to 80 in steps 10 mm
Inner diameter, mm Standard pipes diameters in the range from 18 to 219 mm
Combustibility, class NG
Thermal conductivity, W/(m × ° C)
at t ≈ 10 ° C 0.034 0.034 0.034 0.036
at t ≈ 25 ° C 0.036 0.036 0.036 0.040
at t ≈ 125 ° C 0.047 0.047 0.047 0.055
at t ≈ 300 ° C 0.078 0.078 0.078 0.082
Density, kg/m ³ 50 80 100 120
Operating temperature range From -180 ° C to +650 ° C
Areas of use
Technical isolation Thermal insulation of pipelines for various purposes

Thus, practically the whole line of insulation materials under the Izovol brand was taken into account. And now for the concluding video, which provides insightful details about the operations and future prospects of this domestic manufacturer:

Video: high -quality standards – domestic products of the SPEVOL brand

Afanasyev Evgeny, Chief Editor

The publication’s author January 19, 2016

In "Heating and Insulation of the House," our guide, we explore the key elements that keep your house warm and energy-efficient. Comprehending the technical specifications of insulation is essential in order to choose the appropriate materials for efficient indoor temperature regulation. This article breaks down technical terms, such as R-values and material types, and offers helpful advice to help homeowners make wise decisions. Understanding these specifications will enable you to design a comfortable, sustainable living space while reducing your energy expenses, regardless of whether you’re thinking about replacing your insulation or starting from scratch.

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