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SELF-SUPPORTING DUCT FOR EXTERIOR USE

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Climaver Star from Saint-Gobain Isover is a self-supporting duct, designed for exterior use, highly resistant to weather and climate conditions.
The Climaver Star panel is composed of a rigid high-density glass wool panel centre. On its outside face, it has a plasticised embossed aluminium layer with a waterproof barrier and ultra-violet protection.
On its inside, it has a black reinforced glass fibre weave lining. This 40 mm thick lining provides high levels of mechanical resistance and sound attenuation.
The tongue and groove design of the panels simplifies its installation and allows the creation of stable joints that favor the airtightness and the homogenous behavior of the ensemble.
The technical characteristics of this duct system include a thermal conductivity of 0.032 to 0.039 W/ (m•K), a sound insulation coefficient of 0.40/ 0.70/ 0.85/ 0.90, for frequencies of 125, 250, 500 and 5000 Hz, a Class B-s1, d0 reaction to fire, Class D airtightness, and a 800 Pa pressure resistance.
Climaver Star is a 100% recyclable product with a composition of 50% recycled materials.
The Climaver Star duct installed in a ventilation system.

The Climaver Star duct installed in a ventilation system.

The Climaver Star duct.

The Climaver Star duct.

The Climaver Star ducts on a roof.

The Climaver Star ducts on a roof.

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