Protective coating ABLATIVE
insulatingfor facadefor insulation panels

protective coating
protective coating
protective coating
protective coating
protective coating
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Characteristics

Function
protective, insulating
Location
for facade
Type of support
for insulation panels
Component
water-based
Other characteristics
colored, fire
Color
white

Description

Ablative Coating When insulating general building applications, ROCKWOOL stone wool slabs provide inherent thermal, acoustic and fire performance in any given application. The Ablative Coating is used in conjunction with the Ablative Coated batt to enhance fire performance. It can also be used in additional fire stopping applications such as linear and trapezoidal applications to provide an effective seal to inhibit the passage of smoke. This water-based liquid can be used to ensure the Ablative Coated batt is sealed and to reinstate coating which may have been damaged during installation. Supplied in white as standard with other colours available subject to minimum order quantities. Whilst adding greater fire protection and an aesthetic finish, ROCKWOOL Ablative Liquid adds to the performance of the stone wool slabs. In case of a fire, the ablative coatings releases water vapour which cools the surface and in conjunction with the stone wool slab assists to prevent the passage of fire, heat and smoke. ROCKWOOL Ablative Liquid is available separately from ROCKWOOL stone wool slabs for greater accessibility to enable site repairs to damaged ablative coated batts and other flexible usage. This product is also easy to use and can be sprayed or brushed to apply. Aesthetics – the ablative coating in conjunction with stone wool offers a durable aesthetic finish. Durable – when applied in accordance with ROCKWOOL guidelines, this product can offer an assumed working life of 25 years
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.