BBA Agrément Certificate
EshaTherm PIR B is a rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam insulation for use in bituminous roofing systems on suitable surfaces. EshaTherm PIR B is a rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam core faced with bitumen coated glass fibre tissue on one side and polypropylene fleece on the other. The PIR foam core is temperature tolerant and withstands the application of hot bitumen to the surface temperature of 240°C.
EshaTherm PIR B is compliant with BS EN 4841-4, British Board of Agrément (BBA) certificate number 07/4487.
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EshaTherm PIR B
30–200 mm in 10 mm increments. Consult manufacturer's literature for typical U-values.
|Standard product features|
Size (w x l):
834 x 1200 mm.
Typical weight of a 120 mm thick board is 4.1 kg.
Typical compressive strength for the foam exceeds 150 kPa when tested to BS EN 826: Thermal Insulating Products for Building Applications – Determination of compressive behaviour.
PIR foam has a typical density of 31 kg/m³.
The product is stable, rot proof and durable and will remain effective as an insulation system at least as long as that of the waterproof covering. Durability depends on the method of application, the supporting structure and conditions of use. The insulation core and facings resist attack by mould and microbial growth, and do not provide any food value to vermin.
Resistance to solvents (foam):
EshaTherm PIR B resists attack from dilute alkalis and acids, mineral oil and petrol. The foam is not resistant to ketonic solvents. Damaged boards should not be used.
The thermal conductivity (λ value) of the foam varies by thickness as follows:
Water vapour resistance:
The insulation core has a water vapour resistance of 40 MNs/g/m and will, therefore, provide resistance to water vapour transmission. This will minimize both surface and interstitial condensation. The necessity for the inclusion of a water vapour control layer in the roof construction should be assessed in accordance with BS EN 6229 code of practice for flat roofs with continuously supported coverings.
Depending on the chosen waterproofing system, EshaTherm PIR B is suitable for use on roof decks that are subject to limited maintenance foot traffic. Walkways should be provided on roofs requiring regular pedestrian access. The roof should be boarded out with protective boarding whenever site work is to take place after the roof board has been laid and the roof made watertight.
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