External wall fire insulation board
Category: Wall insulation
Product name ：Phenolic board for wall insulation Product thickness：30-220mm Length/Width ：2000x1200, 3000x1200, 4000x1200 (mm)(As Customized ) Thickness of aluminum foil：0.025mm , 0.04mm , 0.06mm , 0.08mm (As Customized ) Density of core material：50-65kg/m3 Thermal conductivity：0.019-0.02 W(mK) Thermal resistance：0.86 m2K/W Relevant certificates：UL / SGS / MA / CNAS / EACC / IAF / Review of Fire Test Report / Class O Summary Report / Certificate of Compliance
- Product overview
- Commodity name: External wall fire insulation board
About Phenolic board
Phenolic foam has a closed cell structure that resists moisture and water vapour ingress, so providing a suitable core material for insulation boards (which are used in forming
ductwork), with a low thermal conductivity of 0.020W/(mK) (compared with expanded polystyrene (EPS) at 0.038W/(mK), mineral wool at 0.036W/(mK) and
polyisocyanurate (PIR) at W/(mK).
In common with many building products, there is little published work on the end of
life stage of phenolic foam, and owing to the layered nature of the systems – and the
use of adhesives and tapes – it would be likely that any phenolic foam ductwork
system removed at end of life would be viewed as contaminated.
Phenolic foam is a very versatile material suitable for a large range of applications where thermal performance, moisture
resistance, fire performance and in certain cases structural strength are key performance criteria. Phenolic foam is the only
material that can provide this unique range of benefits and is used in a variety of applications.
Phenolic foam is used in many building applications, typically continuously laminated phenolic board is used in roofing,
cavity board, external wall board, plasterboard dry lining systems, wall insulation, floor insulation and as a sarking board.
The superior fire performance of phenolic foam is being recognised and this is leading to increased market share in these
Keywords: External wall fire insulation board