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EPS 60N

Polystyrene foam (EPS) – rigid, porous thermal insulating material, which is made of air (98%), enclosed in small polystyrene beads (2 %).
      This effective insulation material is used to insulate new or modernized buildings from all of its sides outside and inside, make a perfect air tight seal of the building envelope, suppress sound movement. Polystyrene foam maintains its parameters and dimensions during its lifespan. A gray polystyrene (Neopor) foam is gaining its momentum in construction industry, because it shows 20 % higher insulation efficiency compared with white EPS foam at the same density. This phenomenon is caused by small amount of graphite, which improves infrared light reflection from inside while increasing infrared wave absorption from sun. Our polystyrene foam products for construction comply with European Standard LST EN 13163:2012+A1:2015. According to this standard, polystyrene foam products are classified according to their compressive strength, at which a product is deformed by 10 %, and its bending strength.

      Technical parameters

      Type of polystyrene foam

      done EPS 60N

      Thickness

      done 15-1200 mm (according to individual orders)

      Standard dimensions

      done 500x1000/ 1000x1000/ 1000x2000/ 1000x4000 mm

      Options

      done Smooth / overlapping / tapered

      Recommendations for use

      done Outer wall of the framed house
      done Slate roof between rafters
      done Floor between wooden sills
      done Any other place where is no mechanical load

      Technical properties of polystyrene foam according to EPS type

      EPS type EPS60N EPS70N EPS80N EPS100N
      Average density (kg/m3)*12,514,516,318,5
      Thermal conductivity, λD (W/m·K)≤ 0,032≤ 0,031≤ 0,031≤ 0,030
      Compressive strength at 10 % deformation, (kPa)607080100
      Bending strength (kPa)100115125150
      Reaction to fireEEEE

      *Density is not relevant for the classification of polystyrene foam.

      All properties are declared in accordance with the requirements of the EU standard EN 13163: 2012 + A1: 2015 and related documents.

      Contacts

      Valdemaras Rimaitisavatar

      Valdemaras Rimaitis

      Komercijos direktorius

      Gytis Jankauskasavatar

      Gytis Jankauskas

      Projektų vadovas statybiniam EPS

      Raimondas Kazakevičiusavatar

      Raimondas Kazakevičius

      Projektų vadovas statybiniam EPS