PROMATECT® 100

ADVANTAGES

  • Time and cost effectiveness
  • Lightweight
  • Thermal Resistance
  • Design Flexibility
  • Acoustic Performance

PROMAXON® Mineral Board

PROMATECT® 100 comprises autoclaved calcium silicate spheres bound in a mineral matrix. This PROMAXON® technology — a synthetic hydrated calcium silicate in spherical form — provides excellent performance in most fire resistant applications.

PROMATECT® 100 is off -white in colour. The front face is smooth and is suitable for any forms of architectural/finishing treatment; the reverse face is sanded.

PROMATECT® 100 is resistant to moist conditions and will not physically deteriorate in a humid environment. Whilst its performance characteristics are not degraded by moisture or ages, PROMATECT® 100 is not designed for application in areas subject to continual damp or high temperatures. The product is recommended for interior applications only.

Applications

  • Structural Steel
  • Partitions & External Walls
  • Ceilings & Floors
General technical properties
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TECHNICAL PROPERTIES

Product generic description   PROMAXON® mineral board
Surface condition   Front face: smooth
Back face: sanded
Building regulations classification   Class 0
Alkalinity (approximate) pH 9
Coefficient of expansion m/mk -16 x 10-6
Thickness tolerance mm ± 0.5 (standard thickness boards)
Dimension tolerance mm ± 0~3 (standard dimension boards)
Nominal density at EMC* (average) kg/m³ 850 nominal (dry)
Combustibilty (BS 476: Part 4: 1970, AS 1530: Part 1: 1994 and DIN 4102: Part 1: 1998) Non combustible
Surface spread of flame (BS 476: Part 7: 1997 and AS/NZ ISO 53837: 1998) Class 1 (cone calorimeter test group 1)
Simultaneous determination of ignitability, flame propagation, heat and smoke release (AS 1530: Part 3: 1989) Indices 0/0/0/0-1
Thermal conductivity (approximate) at 20°C (ASTM C518: 1991) W/m°K 0.164
Typical moisture content (average) dry at 40°C (BS EN 322) % 12.72

*EMC: Equilibrium moisture content. The properties in above tables are mean values given for information and guidance only. If certain properties are critical for a particular application, it is advisable to consult Promat.

TECHNICAL PROPERTIES

Product generic description   PROMAXON® mineral board
Surface condition   Front face: smooth
Back face: sanded
Building regulations classification   Class 0
Alkalinity (approximate) pH 9
Coefficient of expansion m/mk -16 x 10-6
Thickness tolerance mm ± 0.5 (standard thickness boards)
Dimension tolerance mm ± 0~3 (standard dimension boards)
Nominal density at EMC* (average) kg/m³ 850 nominal (dry)
Combustibilty (BS 476: Part 4: 1970, AS 1530: Part 1: 1994 and DIN 4102: Part 1: 1998) Non combustible
Surface spread of flame (BS 476: Part 7: 1997 and AS/NZ ISO 53837: 1998) Class 1 (cone calorimeter test group 1)
Simultaneous determination of ignitability, flame propagation, heat and smoke release (AS 1530: Part 3: 1989) Indices 0/0/0/0-1
Thermal conductivity (approximate) at 20°C (ASTM C518: 1991) W/m°K 0.164
Typical moisture content (average) dry at 40°C (BS EN 322) % 12.72

*EMC: Equilibrium moisture content. The properties in above tables are mean values given for information and guidance only. If certain properties are critical for a particular application, it is advisable to consult Promat.

Mechanical properties
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MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Flexural strength, Frupture
(BS EN 310: 1993)
Longitudinal N/mm² 4.5
Tensile strength, Trupture
(BS 5669: Part 1: 1989)
Longitudinal N/mm²
Transverse N/mm²
1.02
0.98
Compressive strength (average, perpendicular on board face)
(BS 5669: Part 1: 1989)
N/mm² 5.99

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Flexural strength, Frupture
(BS EN 310: 1993)
Longitudinal N/mm² 4.5
Tensile strength, Trupture
(BS 5669: Part 1: 1989)
Longitudinal N/mm²
Transverse N/mm²
1.02
0.98
Compressive strength (average, perpendicular on board face)
(BS 5669: Part 1: 1989)
N/mm² 5.99
Board dimensions
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BOARD DIMENSIONS

Thickness (mm) Standard dimensions (mm x mm) Number of boards per pallet Surface per pallet (m²/pallet) Weight per m² of sheet (approximate kg/m²) Weight per pallet (approximate kg)
8 2500 x 1200 50 150 7.1 1140
10 2500 x 1200 40 120 8.8 1110
12 2500 x 1200 30 90 10.6 1020
15 2500 x 1200 25 75 12.8 1010
18 2500 x 1200 20 60 15.3 965
20 2500 x 1200 20 60 17 1070
25 2500 x 1200 15 45 21.3 1010

PROMATECT® 100 is manufactured under a quality management system certified in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008. The product has passed the site audit in accordance with the environmental standards of ISO 14001: 2004 and occupational health and safety requirements of OHSAS 18001: 2007.

BOARD DIMENSIONS

Thickness (mm) Standard dimensions (mm x mm) Number of boards per pallet Surface per pallet (m²/pallet) Weight per m² of sheet (approximate kg/m²) Weight per pallet (approximate kg)
8 2500 x 1200 50 150 7.1 1140
10 2500 x 1200 40 120 8.8 1110
12 2500 x 1200 30 90 10.6 1020
15 2500 x 1200 25 75 12.8 1010
18 2500 x 1200 20 60 15.3 965
20 2500 x 1200 20 60 17 1070
25 2500 x 1200 15 45 21.3 1010

PROMATECT® 100 is manufactured under a quality management system certified in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008. The product has passed the site audit in accordance with the environmental standards of ISO 14001: 2004 and occupational health and safety requirements of OHSAS 18001: 2007.

Health & Safety
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HEALTH & SAFETY

A health and safety data sheet is available from Promat and, as with any other material, should be read before working with the board.

 

WASTE DISPOSAL

The board is not classified as a dangerous substance so no special provisions are required regarding the transportation and the disposal of the product to landfill. They can be placed in on-site rubbish skips with other general building waste which should then be disposed by a registered contractor in the appropriate and approved manner.

HEALTH & SAFETY

A health and safety data sheet is available from Promat and, as with any other material, should be read before working with the board.

 

WASTE DISPOSAL

The board is not classified as a dangerous substance so no special provisions are required regarding the transportation and the disposal of the product to landfill. They can be placed in on-site rubbish skips with other general building waste which should then be disposed by a registered contractor in the appropriate and approved manner.

Documents
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Product Data Sheets

Product Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets

Application & Technical Manual

Promat Asia Pacific Handbook

Product Data Sheets

Product Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets

Application & Technical Manual

Promat Asia Pacific Handbook