Walls in interior areas - The multi-functional construction panel: application on metal stud frame (example)

1

The shorter Baby construction panels from ELEMENT-EL Baby 10 are suitable for this application.

2

The spacing of the stud frame must be arranged in accordance with national directives/approvals. The metal stud frame forms the substructure. The first ELEMENT is aligned vertically and horizontally, transverse to the profiles and screwed on with FIX-S 35 and a suitable screw.

3

The ELEMENT-VK construction panels are glued together with COL-MK. Apply the adhesive to the plate edges as an uninterrupted strand.

4

The ELEMENT-VK construction panels are screwed on using FIX-S 35 and a suitable screw.

5

The ELEMENT-VK construction panels are laid in bond; cross joints are not allowed.

Product

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT VK

Datasheets

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-EL (0 Byte) LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-SL/SQ 30, 50, 80 (0 Byte) LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-VK (0 Byte)

Installation instructions

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-EL VK (0 Byte)

Test certificates

Fire performance evaluation of EL 80 with ceramic tiles, in accordance with the 2006 edition of national fire protection association 286 (0 Byte)04/2008\\Test date, april 23, 2008. SwRI Project No.: 01.13544.01.216a

Fire performance evaluation of EL 80, in accordance with the 2006 edition of national fire protection association 286 (0 Byte)04/2008\\Test date, april 23, 2008. SwRI Project No.: 01.13544.01.216b

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 0.32-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar (supported over wire and rods) (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 11, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149c

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 0.5-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar (supported over wire and rods) (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 12, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149f

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 0.8-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar (supported over wire and rods) (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 12, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149g

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 3.25-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 12, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149e

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 3.25-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar with a tile face (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 11, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149d

Product & packaging specs

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT (0 Byte)

Systemcomponents

The proven and tested system components are fully matched to the processing of the hard foam support elements. The specially developed accessories ensure trouble-free working and high processing reliability.

LUX ELEMENTS®- ARM: Reinforcement fabric  LUX ELEMENTS®- COL: Adhesives  LUX ELEMENTS®- DRY: Sealing filler and sealing tapes  LUX ELEMENTS®- FIX: Fastening sets and plugs/exterior  LUX ELEMENTS®- MONT: Mounting aids


Before printing a pdf file, please check if this is really necessary. Environmental protection concerns us all.

To view the PDF files, you will need Acrobat Reader that you can download here free-of-charge. This program will enable you to open, view and print out these documents in PDF format.

 
... nach oben

© 2017 All rights reserved. We reserve the right to make technical changes.
Status: 30.01.2017

back
KontaktformularPrint this page!