Capatect PS-Dämmplatte 032 Dalmatiner 155/156/157

Polystyrene insulation boards according to DIN EN 13163 for Capatect façade systems

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Field of Application

EPS facade insulation board for bonded or mechanically fixed ETICS in the Capatect facade systems.

Material Properties

  • Application range according to DIN 4108-10: WAP
  • Quality-controlled according to DIN EN 13163
  • Conforms to the quality guidelines of the "Industrieverband Hartschaum e.V." (IVH) and the "Verband für Dämmsysteme, Putz und Mörtel e.V." (VDPM)
  • Free of HBCD, CFCs and HCFCs
  • Glare-free application, dimensionally stable and grindable
  • EPS - DIN EN 13163 - T(1) - L(2) - W(2) - S(2) - P(3) - BS100 - TR100 - DS(N)2 - DS(70,-)2 - SS50 - GM1000


Dalmatiner (grey/white spotted).


Store in a dry place, protected from moisture and sunlight (shaded or in closed, roofed rooms). Do not expose to UV rays for long periods without protection.

Technical Data

  • Material: Expanded polystyrene rigid foam (EPS)
  • Water vapour permeability: µ = 30/70 according to DIN EN 12087
  • Water absorption: WL(P)0.2; ≤ 0.2 kg/m2 according to DIN EN 13163

Heat conductivity

λB = 0.032 W/(m-K) Rated value according to DIN 4108-4
λD = 0.031 W/(m-K) Rated value according to EN 12667 or EN 12939

Raw density

ρ ≤ 25 kg/m³ according to DIN EN 1602

Fire behaviour

Class E according to DIN EN 13501-1
Building material class B1 according to DIN 4102-1

Tensile strength perpendicular to the plate plane

≥ 100 kPa according to DIN EN 13163

Product No.

Board Thickness [ mm ]Size: 1000 x 500 mm
Edge: Blunt
Edge: Groove & Tongue
Edge: Rabbet

Packaging [ m2 ]

220155/22  -1.0
240155/24- -1.0
260155/26- -1.0
280155/28- -1.0
300155/30 -1.0
Special thicknesses are available on request.
The effective surface is reduced by about 3% with tongue & groove edges, with rabbet edges by about 4%.


For the application of the products or types of construction, the official documents of the building authorities must be observed. In Germany, this corresponds to the ""allgemeinen bauaufsichtliche Zulassung" (general building approval)/ "allgemeinen Bauartengenehmigung" (general construction type approval) of the ETICS and the products. Internationally, the "European Technical Assessment" (ETA) applies. In addition, national and international the technical information for the products must be taken into account.


Mineral substrates of new construction, solid old renders, wood and board materials, as well as load-bearing 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 rendering must be knocked off and flush with the surface to be rendered.
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 mortar must be checked by an expert.

Pre-treat substrates according to the processing instructions of the adhesive. For purely bonded ETICS, a tear-off strength of at least 0.08 N/mm2 must be maintained.


1 m2/m2

Application Conditions

During application and in the drying phase, the ambient and substrate temperatures must not be below +5 °C and above +30 °C respectively.
In this context, we refer to DIN 18345 section 3.1.3 (unsuitable climatic conditions). Do not process under direct sunlight.
Do not bring into contact with aromatic solvents.

Fitting of Insulation Boards

The insulation boards are adhered with an offset of at least 10 cm in a bond from the bottom to the top and pressed on well. If possible, interlock the insulation materials at the corners of the building.
Ensure that the boards are laid flush and perpendicular. Do not bring any adhesive into the board joints.
Avoid height offsets at the board joints.

Fill any gaps ≤ 5 mm with Capatect-Füllschaum B1 or larger gaps with insulation strips.

In the case of transition joints between different substrate materials or in the case of
the insulation boards must bridge the joint on both sides by at least 10 cm and must be
on both sides and be securely bonded. Expansion joints existing in the building must be taken over in the thermal insulation composite system.

Damaged insulation boards must not be installed.

For necessary constructive fire protection measures to maintain flame resistance, please refer to the respective approval / type approval or the information in the german leaflet: "Technische Systeminformation Kompendium WDVS und Brandschutz des VDPM e.V."

Unrendered insulation boards on the façade must be protected from moisture and coated with reinforced base coat as soon as possible.

Bonding of Insulation Boards

Bead-dot method
Application of a circumferential bead at the edge of the panel and adhesive dots in the centre.
- Plaster systems - adhesive contact area ≥ 40 %.
- Hard surface systems - adhesive contact area ≥ 60 %.

Full-surface bonding
On even substrates, the adhesive can be applied over the entire surface using a notched trowel.
applied over the entire surface. Immediately press, float and press the insulation boards against the substrate with the side to which the adhesive mortar has been applied.

Bonding with adhesive foam
When using the adhesive foam "Capatect EcoFix", apply EPS boards by applying a surrounding bead close to the edge and provide with an enclosed bead in M- or W-shape.
- Plaster systems - adhesive contact area: ≥ 40 %.

Machine bonding (partial surface method)
Apply the system-specific adhesive by machine to the substrate in the form of vertical beads. The adhesive beads must be approx. 5 cm wide and at least 10 mm thick in the centre of the bead. The centre-to-centre distance must not exceed 10 cm. The insulation boards must be immediately pressed into the fresh adhesive mortar bed, floated in and pressed on. To avoid skin formation, only as much adhesive surface may be applied as can be immediately covered with insulation boards.
- Render systems - adhesive contact area ≥ 60 %.
- Hard cladding systems - adhesive contact area ≥ 60 %.

Machine bonding (full-surface application)
Apply the system-specific adhesive to the substrate by machine up to a maximum thickness of 10 mm. Immediately before applying the insulation boards, comb the adhesive mortar with a notched trowel (the width and depth of the teeth depends on the condition of the substrate). Immediately press the insulation boards into the fresh adhesive mortar bed, float them in and press them into place. To avoid skin formation, only as much adhesive surface may be applied as can be immediately covered with insulation boards.

Two-layer installation
The boards can be laid in one or two layers up to 400 mm insulation thickness. For two-layer installation, the boards must have an insulation thickness of at least 60 mm and consist of the same EPS insulation material. The second layer must be adhered in the joint offset to the first layer with a mineral adhesive belonging to the system.
- Render systems - adhesive contact area: ≥ 40 %.


Waste should be avoided by careful cutting and reuse.
Nevertheless, dispose of small material residues according to EAK 170203 (plastic) or 170604 (insulation material).
Information on recycling material cuttings without adhesive and filler adhesions can be obtained from the "Industrie- und Handelskammer" (IHK).

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