Capatect MW-Dämmplatte 040 HD 100

Mineral wool insulation board for the Capatect façade systems

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Field of Application

Non-combustible facade insulation board for Capatect façade systems fixed with anchors and adhesive.

Material Properties

  • Application type according to DIN 4108-10: WAP-zh
  • Non-combustible
  • Coating on one side
  • Occupational health classification: free according to GefStoffV, ChemVerbotsV and
  • EC Directive 97/69 (Note Q)


Insulation material: Brown-yellow
Base coat side: Coated white for better adhesion of the base coat
Back side: Uncoated


Dry, protected from moisture, do not expose to weather without protection.

Heat conductivity

  • from 40 mm:

λB = 0.040 W/(m·K) rated value according to DIN 4108-4.
λD = 0.039 W/(m·K) nominal value according to EN 12667 and / or EN 12939

  • 20/30 mm:

λB = 0.035 W/(m·K) rated value according to DIN 4108-4.
λD = 0.034 W/(m·K) nominal value according to EN 12667 and / or EN 12939

Resistance-count for diffusion µ (H2O)

μ = 1 according to DIN EN 12087

Compressive stress (compression: 10%)

≥ 40 kPa according to DIN EN 826

Shearing resistance

≥ 15 kPa according to DIN EN 12090

Temperature resistance

applicable up to 150 °C

Raw density

approx. 130 [ kg/m3 ] ± 15 [%]

Melting point

> 1000 °C

Certified quality control

by FIW in München / Munich

Adhesive tensile (pull-off) strength at right angle to the panel plane

≥ 14 kPa according to DIN EN 1607
Panel thickness (mm)Insulation panel format:
800 x 625 mm
in shrink film

The 20 and 30 mm thicknesses, with a rated thermal conductivity value of 0.035 W/(mK) and a tensile strength perpendicular to the board plane of 3.5 kPa, are only suitable for soffit insulation.


Mineral substrates of new construction, solid old render, wood and board materials, as well as stable old paints or coatings or substrates according to the specifications of the ETICS approvals.

Substrate Preparation

The substrate must be solid, dry, free of grease and dust and, if necessary, have sufficient load-bearing capacity for the use of anchors. Impurities and substances with a separating effect (e.g. formwork oil) as well as protruding mortar burrs must be removed. Damaged, peeling paints and textured plasters must be removed as far as possible. Hollow areas of plaster must be knocked off and rendered flush with the surface. Highly absorbent, sanding or chalking surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned down to the solid substance and primed. The compatibility of any existing coatings with the adhesive must be checked by an expert.


1 m2/m2

Application Conditions

Application temperature:
During application and in the drying phase, the ambient and base coat temperatures must not be below +5 °C and above +30 °C respectively. Germany: In this context we refer to the comment ATV DIN 18345 point 3.1.3 unsuitable climatic conditions.

Bonding of Insulation Boards

Apply the insulation boards at least 10 cm offset in a bond from the bottom to the top and press on well. If possible, interlock the insulation materials at the corners of the building. Do not apply adhesive to the joints of the boards. Ensure that the boards are laid flush and perpendicular. Fill any gaps ≤ 5 mm with "Capatect-Füllschaum B1" or larger gaps with insulation strips. A height offset at the board joints must be avoided. In the case of transition joints between different types of substrate materials or in the case of weatherboard joints, the insulation boards must bridge the joint course by at least 10 cm on both sides and be supported with a secure adhesive bond. Damaged insulation boards must not be installed. Expansion joints existing in the building must be adopted in the thermal insulation composite system.

Manual bonding:

Apply the adhesive to the uncoated back of the insulation board (press-filling).
and then apply the adhesive "fresh in fresh" in a second work step.

Apply the adhesive to the back of the board using the bead-dot method all around the edge and in clumps in the middle of the board. - Adhesive contact area: ≥ 40 %.

Bonding of systems with hard coverings: - Bonding contact area ≥ 60 %.

Observe the further information on anchors in the ETICS processing instructions.
Protect insulation boards bonded to the façade surface from moisture and cover with base coat for a short time.

Special Risks (Hazard Note) / Safety Advice (Status as at Date of Publication)

See Material Safety Date Sheed


Avoid waste by careful cutting and reuse. Nevertheless, dispose of small material residues according to EAK 170604 (insulation material).

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