EXTERNAL INSULATION2021-03-09T17:49:39+00:00

External Insulation

PREASSEMBLATED SYSTEMS

JENDY JOSS “PREASSEMBLATED” EXTERNAL INSULATION WITH MODULO JJ, IN CASE OF RENOVATION OR EXTERIOR REDEVELOPMENT, ARE THE BEST SOLUTION TO GET THE HIGHEST THERMAL-ACOUSTIC INSULATION FEATURES WITH VERY REDUCED THICKNESS AND WEIGHT, ECO-FRIENDLY MATERIALS WITH EXECUTIVE QUALITY BENEFITS AND SPEED.

The proposed solution is realized with galvanized single steel frame with increased thickness 08/10, 12/10 and 20/10mm or what result from static calculations, distanced 400mm with external vertical profile double.

Inside every MODULO JJ it’s inserted in factory the mineral wool insulation material for best thermal-acoustic performances; the module it’s cl0sed on external sides withfibre-reinforced lightweight cement boards which gives very high mechanical resistance features.

Every module has an “interpenetration system” for fastening to adjacent module with special screws VT4.2*32, galvanized and self-tapping; the fastening to existent wall is variable and to be specifically considered every time.

For the external surface, in the case of shaving and painting, the 4mm external joints between the fibre-reinforced lightweight cement boards will be filled with finishing product and inside fiberglass net of 160 gr/mq and width 5 cm.

In case of ventilated facade it will be applied a 110 gr/mq black vapor barrier with waterproof function also during the construction time and dark background in case of facade with opened joints.

It’s possible to elaborate specific solutions for all different applications.

2017-10-12T13:53:44+00:00

MODULO JJ CE100LM

EXTERNAL INSULATION WITH SINGLE FRAME – THICKNESS: 112 mm

EXTERNAL INSULATION FEATURES

Frame (single/double): Single
Thickness (mm): 112
Weight (kg/m2): 28,0
Facade acoustic insulation D2m,nT,w (dB): ≥50
Fire reaction (Class): A1
Thermal trasmittance on 30cm brick (W/m2K): 0,228
Thermal periodic trasmittance on 30cm brick (W/m2K): 0,037
Thermal attenuation factor on 30cm brick: 0,162
Thermal lag w/s (h min): 10h 29′ – 10h 39′

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