Our THERMOFLOC vapour control layer is a vapour-resistant lining and airtight membrane that protects the construction reliably against moisture. It can be used for internal wall and roof applications. The reinforcement of the membrane provides high tear resistance.
|Technical data THERMOFLOC vapour control layer 150 cm|
|Raw material||Reinforced polypropylene fibrous lining|
|Tear strength||100 N / 5 cm, additionally reinforced|
|Weight per m²||Approx. 90 g/m²|
|Elongation at tear||> 30 %|
|SD value||10 m|
|Use||Interior of roofs and walls|
|Roll width||150 cm|
|Roll length||50 linear metres|
|m² per roll||75 m²|
THERMOFLOC vapour control layer is used on the inside of ventilated and non-ventilated roof constructions and in the walls of timber frame structures. The use of THERMOFLOC vapour control layer eliminates air movement through the structure preventing the penetration of moisture into the thermal insulation.
THERMOFLOC vapour control layer is fastened to the sub-structure by means of stapling or gluing. With THERMOFLOC blown-in insulation, you can install the vapour control layer in both a longitudinal as well as transverse direction. Should it be necessary to install it crosswise, the points where adhesive tape is used must be covered with continuous battens to prevent the adhesive tape from becoming detached due to the blown-in pressure. All areas to be stuck down must be free of grease, dust and silicone, and must also be completely dry.