UNIPUR

  • Incorporating PIR foam is the key to the high performance of UNIPUR Panels.
  • UNIPUR panels have the additional advantage of integral rafters, allowing simple installation of roof lights and openings, with the added benefit of greater spans than a sandwich panel with PIR.
  • The panels comprise 3 integral timber rafters fixed to and stabilised by a rigid facing board which also forms the ceiling finish.
  • The panels are suitable for use with surface-mounted or suspended luminaires.

UNIPUR OSB

 

Thickness
Inner facing 
(mm)
Insulation thickness /
height of the rafters
(mm)
Rd isol value
(m²/K/W)
U-value (W/M²K)  Measurements
rafters (mm)
Total height (mm)  Weight
(kg/m²)
Maximum single
sapn at 45°* (mm) 
12 130 / 175 5.90 0.24 24 x 175 187 18.40 4100
12 155 / 175 7.00 0.20 24 x 175 187 19.30 4100
12 175 / 195 7.95 0.18 30 x 196 208 22.40 4850

* The spans are based on a dead weight of 75kg/m², snow load of 60kg/m², in wind zone A at 45° pitch.

Composition

  • The space between the rafters is filled with PIR foam.
  • Rafter depth depends on insulation thickness.
  • The treated rafters are glued and fixed with 6 galvanized nails per metre.
  • 12mm water-resistant OSB board glued and nailed to timber rafters.
  • On request the edges of the OSB can be chamfered.
  • Horizontal joints are visible on underside of panel.

Accessories

Here you can find the accessories

Flex foam

Flexible PU foam to fill up joints between the boards and surrounding areas.

PU-Gun

Accessory_test1

testaccessory 

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Declaration of Performance - UNIPUR

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Related products

UNIPUR PLUS

  • Incorporating PIR foam is the key to the high performance of UNIPUR PLUS Panels.
  • The panel is available with U values as low as 0.15 W/mK, with insulation no more than 192mm thick. As a result we can offer a roof panel with high thermal performance.
  • The panels comprise 2 integral timber rafters in the longitudinal direction fixed to and stabilized by a rigid facing board which also forms the ceiling finish. These outer rafters are set back so that they can easily be combined at locations of the roof hips and valleys.
  • The top layer consists of a 3mm water-resistant chipboard (density: ca. 700 kg/m³) on which a spruce counter batten is glued. The 3mm chipboard of the top board is glued on the PIR-Foam. These ‘all-in-one’ panels are easy and very quick to install and ready to receive the roof covering.

UNISPAN MW roof panels | UNILIN Insulation

  • A sandwich panel incorporating mineral wool insulation (minimum 35kg/m3) suitable for pitched or flat roofs.
  • Panels are rigid and meet stringent requirements for sound insulation, fire ratings and large spans (BBA certificate applied for) and are ideal for all buildings from domestic to large public buildings.
  • The ecological benefits of the panels can be further enhanced by the inclusion of timber insulation (density 40kg/m3) made from natural timber fibres. The panels can be installed either. horizontally or following the slope of the roof onto structural wall, structural timber trusses/purlins or steel purlins.
  • Sandwich panels can be supplied with ends cut to an angle at ridges and/or eaves level. Infill panels on request.
  • On flat roofs, UNISPAN MW can be finished externally with a range of different roof coverings including bitumen, standing seam, EPDM, PVC, etc.
  • The thickness of the upper board must comply with the roof covering supplier’s fixing requirements and with the relevant Building Regulations. Where the roof is subjected to high humidity (Climate Class IV and in swimming pools) please contact UNILIN for product feasibility.

UNISPAN HPIR roof panels | UNILIN Insulation

  • Incorporating PIR foam is the key to the high performance of UNISPAN HPIR panels.
  • A sandwich panel with vapour barrier for eliminating cold bridging resulting in improved thermal performance.
  • Thanks to an Easy Airtight system , the roof is built 100% airtight without a minimum use of foils.
  • They can be installed to follow the slope of the roof (on purlins), or alternatively horizontal to the roof slope on rafters or structural trusses – timber or steel frame.
  • The insulation is glued between a ceiling board (= inner facing) and a moisture resistant upper board.
  • The HPIR panels can be finished with ends cut to an angle at ridges and/or eaves level.
  • On flat roofs, UNISPAN HPIR can be finished externally with a range of different roof coverings including bitumen, standing seam, EPDM, PVC, etc.
  • The thickness of the upper board must comply with the roof covering supplier’s fixing requirements and with the relevant Building Regulations. Where the roof is subjected to high humidity (Climate Class IV and in swimming pools). please contact UNILIN for product feasibility.
  • The panel can be used in roofs and walls from pitches of 0 to 90 degrees.

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