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|Size||600 x 1200 mm|
|Board coverage||0.72 m²|
|Compressive Strength||300 kN/m2|
|Resistance to soft body Impact load||3 x 120 Nm|
|Working Temperature Range||-50 to +75 c|
|Fire behaviour||Class E|
|Pack quantity||10 pieces|
|Pack coverage||7.2 m²|
Imperboard is made from a high-performance waterproof extruded polystyrene, coated with a glass fiber mesh and polymer cement mortar.
Cement coated building board - Used for creating a waterproof surface suitable for fixing wall and floor tiles.
|Density||DIN 53420||36 kg/m3|
|Thermal Conductivity||EN 13164||0.034 Watt/mK|
|Compressive Strength||DIN 5342||300 kN/m2|
|Water Absorption (Immersion)||ISO 2896||<0.2%|
|Water Vapour (Permeability)||EN 12086||2.5m (20mm Board)|
|EU Controlled Substances Content||N/a||None|
|Bond Strength||NS-EN 1607||0.55 N/mm2|
|Resistance to soft body Impact load||ETAG 003||3 x 120 Nm|
|Bending moment capacity - 12mm||NS-EN 12089||181 Nmm/mm|
|Bending moment capacity - 20mm||NS-EN 12089||340 Nmm/mm|
|Bending Stiffness - 12mm||NS-EN 12089||134 kNmm2/mm|
|Bending Stiffness - 20mm||NS-EN 12089||399 kNmm2/mm|
|Fire behaviour||13501-1:2007+A1:2009||Class E|
|EU controlled substances content||N/a||None|
|Working Temperature Range||N/a||-50 to +75 c|
For use in conjunction with fixing screws when securing Imperboard to walls and floors.
For fixing Imperboard to masonry walls or tiled surfaces. Ideal for use in wet areas. Use 9 Dowels per sqm of board.
|Stainless Steel||Coverage||Box Quantity|
|Stainless Steel||50 m²||100|
|Stainless Steel||90 m²||100|
|Stainless Steel||110 m²||100|
Sharp point, zinc plated drywall screws used with washers for mechanically fixing Imperboard to walls and floors.
|Stainless Steel||Length X||Box Quantity|
20 mm thick shower tray is the best for timber floor type. Because floorboards usually are 20 mm thick, 20 mm thick shower tray should be a good solution. According to our fitting recommendations, you need to:
1. Remove floor boards to expose the joists,
2. Prepare and fix battons to the joists, approximately 20 mm from their, upper level.
3. Mount at least 18 mm thick marine ply between the joists, on top of the battons.
4. By doing this, marine ply should be the same level the joists are and this should be a solid support for the shower tray.
5. Shower tray can be fixed using tile adhesive.
If you have any questions I will be happy to help.
David 020 7193 0953