Field of ApplicationNon-combustible mineral wool insulation board within Capatect ETICS (fixed by wall anchors and adhesive mortar).
- Non-combustible mineral wool insulation board; application type: MW WAP-zg
- Machine-application of adhesive mortar without presure priming possible
- Countersunk dowelling of Capatect Universaldübel 053 wall anchors up to max. 200 mm insulation board thickness possible
- Improved sound and heat insulation
- Edge formation: blunt
- Occupational medical classification:
Free according to GefStoffV, ChemVerbotsV and EC Directive 97/69 (Note Q)
ColoursInsulation wool: brown-yellow
Primer: White front and back; backside with stripes
StorageDry, protected from moisture, do not expose unprotected stock to the weather.
Heat conductivityλR = 0,035 W/(m·K) as per DIN 4108
Resistance-count for diffusion µ (H2O)µ ≈ 1 as per DIN EN 12086
Compressive stress (compression: 10%)≥ 10 kPa as per DIN EN 826
Raw densityapprox. 105 kg/m3 ±15 %
Fire behaviourA1 as per DIN EN 13501-1 (non-combustible)
Melting point> 1000 °C as per DIN EN 13501-1
Certified quality controlby FIW Munich / München
Adhesive tensile (pull-off) strength at right angle to the panel plane≥ 5 kPa as per DIN EN 1607
|Product|| Board thickness|
[ mm ]
|m2 per unit|
in shrink wrap
|159/FKD-T C2 80 mm||80||1,44|
|159/FKD-T C2 100 mm||100||0,96|
|159/FKD-T C2 120 mm||120||0,96|
|159/FKD-T C2 140 mm||140||0,96|
|159/FKD-T C2 160 mm||160||0,96|
|159/FKD-T C2 180 mm||180||0,96|
|159/FKD-T C2 200 mm||200||0,96|
|159/FKD-T C2 220 mm||220||0,48|
|159/FKD-T C2 240 mm||240||0,48|
|159/FKD-T C2 260 mm||260||0,48|
|159/FKD-T C2 280 mm||280||0,48|
|159/FKD-T C2 300 mm||300||0,48|
|Format I: 1.200 x 400 mm|
SubstratesMineral based substrates, solid old plaster as well as load - bearing old paints.
The surface must be dry, clean and sound. Impurities and separating substances that might prevent good adhesion (eg, forming oil) and protruding mortar burrs must be removed.
Damaged, flaking paint and plaster structure must be removed as far as possible. Hollow points are to cut off flush and to reprofile flushly. Highly absorbent substrates,sanding or chalking surfaces should be cleaned thoroughly to the solid substance and primed with Sylitol-Konzentrat 111(primer concentrate).
Consumptionper m2: 1 m2 plus offcuts
Application ConditionsProcessing temperature: +5 °C to +30 °C for material, substrate and ambient air during application and curing.
Bonding of Insulation Boards
Manual adhesive application:
Apply the system-related adhesive mortar in the bead-point method along the edge of the strip as an approximately 5 cm wide strips and centered as 3 to 6 hand-sized spots. No press filling is necessary. Adhesive contact area ≥ 40% at a board thickness of ≤200mm and ≥ 50% at > 200mm.
Mechanical adhesive application - partial surface method:
Coat the system-related adhesive mortar onto the substrate in the form of the vertical beads (adhesive contact area ≥ 50%). The adhesive beads must be approximately 5 cm wide and at least 10 mm thick in the bead center. The axle distance must not exceed 10 cm. Immediately press the insulation boards into the fresh adhesive mortar bed, flush and press. In order to avoid skin formation, apply only an adhesive surface which immediatelly can be covered by boards .
Mechanical adhesive application - full surface method:
The system-related adhesive mortar is machine-applied onto the substrate in max. 10 mm thickness. Immediately before placing the boards, the adhesive mortar is to be combed with the square-notched trowel (tooth width and depth depending on the condition of the substrate). Press the boards immediately into the fresh adhesive mortar bed, flush and press. In order to avoid skin formation, apply just as much adhesive as can be covered directly.
Fixing of the mineral wool insulation boards:
Place the insulation boards from the bottom to the top - staggered minimum 10 cm to each other - and press firmly. Avoid any adhesive inside the board joints. Pay attention to horizontal and vertical alignment and a smooth surface. If necessary, close open joints ≤ 5 mm with Capatect Füllschaum B1 (filling foam) and larger joints with insulation strips. A height offset on the surface must be avoided. In the case of transitional joints between different types of wall material or if rain-screen joints exist, the boards must overlap at least 10 cm wide this joints on both sides and safely be fixed.
Note: Protect the mounted insulation boards from rain and moisture and cover them with reinforcing material on short notice.
Fixing with anchors:
The insulation panels must be fixed additionally flush to the surface - either in T- joints or in the full surface or both. The combined use of Capatect anchors and the Capatect Dübelscheibe 153 / VT 90 (washer) is possible when mounting.
From insulation board thicknesses of 100 mm to max. 200 mm countersunk anchoring with at least 60 mm washer diameter is possible. In this case only an arrangement in the full surface is permissible. The minimum distances from the anchor shaft to the insulation board edge of 15 cm and of neighbour anchors must be kept to 20 cm.
In the recessed anchoring of the insulation boards the Capatect Universaldübel 053 can be combined with the Capatect Thermozylinder 154. The anchors may only be placed in the full surface. The minimum distances from the anchor shaft to the insulation board edge of 15 cm and of neighbour anchors must be kept to 20 cm.
Note: Depending on the type of the anchors and the thickness of the process, the application limits in the assessements must be observed.
Observe the further details on the anchoring tables.
Special Risks (Hazard Note) / Safety Advice (Status as at Date of Publication)Wear dust proof protective suit and dust mask P1 when dust is present. Wear protective goggles when machining (sawing, drilling, grinding, milling) and overhead work.
DisposalWaste must be avoided by careful cutting and reuse. Nevertheless, dispose of small material residues according to EWC 170604 (fusing material).
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