PowerDeck® U
Description

Powerdeck® U is a high performance rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam board for use in warm flat roofs under bituminous torch-on waterproofing systems. It is faced with a bitumen glass fleece on both sides.

Features/ benefits:

  • Manufactured to ISO 9001 Quality and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems.
  • Manufactured using a blowing agent with zero ozone depletion potential (ODP) and low global warming potential (GWP).
  • Thermal conductivity as low as 0.024 W/m·K (depending on thickness).
  • Available in tapered format to assist roof drainage.
  • No requirement for roof ventilation and condensation within the roof is avoided as the structure is maintained at the internal temperature.
  • CE marked in accordance with harmonized European standard EN 13165.

General information

Size

[Size, Other sizes available on request]

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Uniclass 2015

Pr_25_71_63_66 Polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam boardsPrimary

CAWS

J41/10 Built-up reinforced bitumen membrane warm deck roof covering

J41/420 Rigid urethane foam warm deck roof insulation

Specification data - Polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam boards

Product Reference

PowerDeck® U

Thickness

30 mm

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150 mm

Standard product features

Board size:

1200 x 600 mm.

Thermal conductivity:

  • 120 mm thick and above: 0.024 W/m·K.
  • 80–119mm: 0.025 W/m·K.
  • Below 80 mm thick: 0.026 W/m·K.

Fire performance:

When tested to ENV 1187 Test 4, it achieves a Broof (t4) rating on a plywood deck and with an IKO SBS Gold Seal cap sheet. For other specifications, contact the manufacturer of the waterproofing.

Compressive strength:

Exceeds 150 kPa at yield, and suitable for loads associated with maintenance traffic. For heavier traffic, extra precautions should be taken (consult the waterproofing manufacturer for appropriate details). Care must be taken to avoid damage to boards by impact or concentrated loads during installation.

Product Options

Size:

Other sizes available on request.

Roof drainage:

To ensure adequate drainage the roof should have a minimum finished fall of 1:80. This may mean designing for twice the minimum finished fall to account for building inaccuracies, roof deflection and building settlement. Powerdeck® U boards are also available for tapered insulation schemes.

Thermal bridging:

With increasing levels of insulation it is important to ensure the continuity of insulation at the junction of elements.

Wind uplift:

The wind uplift force exerted on the roof will vary according to geographical location, site location and building height. Reference should be made to BS 6229 for adequate bonding of the vapour control layer to the deck. Calculations relating to the bonding of the insulation and any supplementary fixings should be made with reference to BS 6399.

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