Tees-ТY ventilation PIPEWOOL
TECHNICAL CONDITIONS 23.99.19-006-61278130-2019
HVAC protective shells are characterized by effective performance characteristics, withstand high operating temperatures, effectively retain heat, are strong and durable. It is easy to cut and other processing, easy to install.
Mineral wool thermal insulation HVAC is not affected by chemical elements (alkalis, acids), as well as ultra-violet and electro-magnetic radiation, are easy to install and very technologically advanced in processing (they are easily cut even with household tools), are durable and retain their working properties throughout the entire service life.
The vandal-proof HVAC shell made of thin-sheet steel is resistant to mechanical loads, anti-corrosion, low thermal conductivity, moisture resistance, non-combustibility.
Due to the fact that the galvanized HVAC casing consists of several segments, so it is easy to install it in the shortest possible time. In addition, such a collapsible design provides free access to the ventilation line and allows you to quickly carry out repair work. Installation does not require special skills and abilities, since basalt insulation is easily cut into the desired segments. Galvanized steel has remarkable performance characteristics – it is resistant to mechanical loads, is not subject to corrosion, allows you to quickly get free access to ventilation, carry out work related to its operation.
Height: up to 1200 mm.
Width: up to 1200 mm.
Length: up to 3000 mm.
Metal type and thickness: Zn 0,50/0,55/0,80/1,00 mm; Al 0.80/1.00 mm; St 0.50/1.00 mm.
Angle α: According to the Customer’s technical specification.
Mounting holes: Ø3. 2 mm (According to the Customer’s technical specification).
Marking of insulation: 80; 100; 120; 150; 200.
The thickness of the thermal insulation: from 20 to 200 mm.
Mounting direction: ► Two-sided or Directional.
Installation of HVAC does not require the use of special devices and is carried out by attaching the finished structure directly to the ventilation line, followed by fixing with self-tapping screws or exhaust rivets.