Rockwool Rainscreen Duo Slab
Once installed, the robust outer surface of the slabs, in combination with a factory-applied water-repelling agent, acts to resist rain ingress during construction.
To ensure a safe living and working environment, we recommend using Rockwool Rainscreen Duo Slab in combination with Rockpanel A2 (FS-Xtra).
These Euroclass A-rated Rockwool Rainscreen Duo Slab products are for ventilated rain screen systems are a popular choice for multi-unit residential blocks, office blocks, hospitals, schools, hotels and multi-use developments.
It can be easily fitted around brackets and other details, and when tight butt jointed the fibres of adjacent slabs will knit together to provide a continuous thermal performance
Eliminating heat losses that could otherwise be caused by gaps and joints.
A water-repelling agent is added to the product during manufacture, which in combination with a robust outer surface and random fibre orientation, prevents water transmission through the insulation layer.
There is no doubt that Rockwool Rainscreen Duo Slab is the best choice for use in severe climate conditions. It can accommodate irregularities in the substrate due to its resilient inner face.
As such the slab is well-designed for use in conditions of severe climatic exposure.
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- Euroclass A1 non-combustible – recommended for all building types, particularly those above 18m or deemed high risk
- Easy to install, the tough outer layer of RAINSCREEN DUO SLAB® resists damage on site and over-driving of fixings.
- Shielding your spaces from unwanted noise – Dual Density stone wool insulation acts to absorb and reflect sound, trapping and dampening sound waves. More information, including in-situ testing, can be found in ‘Acoustic Performance of Rainscreen Facade Systems’.
- Repels water, yet remains breathable, limiting the risk of condensation
- Optimal temperature whatever the weather outside – the thermal properties of RAINSCREEN DUO SLAB® can dramatically reduce heating, cooling and ventilation costs, and reduce a buildings carbon footprint.