Fire protection sandwich panel Artkon NC / Artkon LFS

fire protection sandwich panel
fire protection sandwich panel
fire protection sandwich panel
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Artkon / Artboard NC Material expanded glass fiber Density: 133 – 210 Kg/m3 (depending on thickness and/or Certification: Low Flame Spread, IMO 653 or Non Combustible, IMO 799 Dimension: 2440 x 1220 mm Thickness: 2 – 38 mm Surface: Plain or bonded with laminate or aluminum Application: Walls, ceilings, furniture Artkon and Artboard NC are manufactured by pressing a number of foam composite fibers and extending them to a suitable thickness. This unique process results in a material that combines several important properties. The main strengths of Artkon and Artboard: Lightweight: the density of the material varies between 133 and 210 kg / m³ depending on thickness and/or application. Many decorative possibilities: this panel can be easily bonded with any type of surface cover such as okoumé plywood, laminate, melamine, veneer, upholstery, aluminium, marble, etc. Direct surface-covering and edge-bonding: Possible to cover and glue directly with spray adhesive. Fire resistance: Artkon complies with the IMO requirements for low flame spread. Artkboard NC is the non-combustible version. Good rigidity and stability: this panel has a good tensile strength and stands against both water and chemicals. Machining possibilities: Artkon and Artboard can be processed with standard tools. Drumarkon can produce the board according to your exact requirements, e.g. cut, (edge) -bound, drill, groove, post shape, etc. Artkon is also available as sandwich panel. Available in the version Non-flammable and a Low FlameSpread.


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