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Microtherm Group Slim&Light Fire Resistant Insulation
Categories: Ceramic; Oxide; Silicon Oxide; Other Engineering Material

Material Notes: Microtherm® Slim&Light is a thin lightweight panel of ultra - high performance microporous thermal insulation. It is a highly efficient barrier to flame and heat. Microtherm® Slim&Light allows the design and fast assembly of thin, high efficiency lift fire doors. In a fire, stay cool with guaranteed fire security from Microtherm®.
  • Microtherm® Slim&Light is available as a single large panel - no heat leakage through butt joints.
  • This single fire resistant panel also aids fast, simple door assembly.
  • The fire stopping efficiency of Microtherm® ensures the thinnest and lightest door construction.
  • Microtherm® Slim&Light is non-combustible.
  • Microtherm® Slim&Light is environmentally friendly with no respirable fibers.

Comfortably maintains thermal performance and integrity through full 2 hour fire exposure on lift doors. Panels available for A60, A90, and A120 ratings. Enables thermal performance compliance to buildings/fire door regulations EN 1363-1 and EN 1364-1. Testing to EN 81-58:2003 “Fire resistance testing of lift landing doors”.

Information provided by Microtherm.

Available Properties
  • Thickness, according to rating
  • Specific Heat Capacity
  • Specific Heat Capacity
  • Specific Heat Capacity
  • Thermal Conductivity, @ 320 kg/m³; estimated from plot
  • Thermal Conductivity, @ 320 kg/m³; estimated from plot
  • Thermal Conductivity, @ 320 kg/m³; estimated from plot
  • Thermal Conductivity, @ 320 kg/m³; estimated from plot
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