Superlon products are produced with top qualities and meet various industry standards to ensure insulation performance.
While thermal conductivity and water resisting performance have always been the key element in determining the functionality and effectiveness of an insulation product, fire resistance have increasingly gained importance for its role in preventing fire spread.
The most common disaster in a building is often a fire emergency. The qualities of building materials play a decisive rule in determining whether a fire can be contained and extinguished quickly. In the event of fire, pipes and ducts are usually the reason for fire spread as they are interconnected throughout the building. It is important for these to be fire resistant.
Should insulation material be used in buildings whether in air conditioning pipes, chiller lines, heating pipes or ducting, it will be an intergral part of the building where fire performance matters.
When exposed to fire, Superlon Class 0 insulation material remains non-flammable, it does not drip, it does not contribute to fire spread, and it self- extinguishes when fire is removed.