PROMATECT®-100

ADVANTAGES

  • Moisture resistant
  • Not deteriorated when used in damp or humid conditions
  • Characteristics are not degraded by age
  • Smooth finition
  • Tapered edges

PromaX® Mineral Board

PROMATECT®-100 comprises autoclaved calcium silicate spheres (PROMAXON® is a synthetic hydrated calcium silicate in spherical form) bound in a mineral matrix. PromaX® technology provides excellent fire performance in most applications.

PROMATECT®-100 is off-white in colour. One face is smooth and ready to form a finished surface, able to receive almost any form of architectural/finish treatment. The reverse face is sanded.

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  • Partition walls
  • High rise partition walls
  • Ceilings & suspended ceilings
General Technical Data
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GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA

Designation Fire protective calcium silicate board mineral bound with mineral fillers
Combustibility DIN 4102, part 1
BS 476, part 4
AS 1503, part 1
EN 13501-1 (WFRGent Classification report 11525D)
Non-combustible
Board format (length x width) mm 1200 x 2500
Tolerance on length and width mm +0/-3
Board thickness mm 8, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 25
Tolerances on thickness mm ± 0.5
Density 
- nominal, 20°C, 65% HR
- oven dry, 40°C
Kg/m3
ca. 885
ca. 875
Alkalinity (approximate) pH ca.9
Thermal conductivity λ W/m°K ca.0.285 (at 20°C)
Moisture diffusion resistance μ ca. 5.0
Typical moisture content (at EMC*) % 1 - 3
Surface conditions Front face: smooth, matte surface
Back face: slightly coarse
Colour: off white
Storage Store on flat surface, in a dry area.

*EMC = Equilibrium moisture content

All physical and mechanical values are averages based on standard production and tested according to internal procedures. The typical values are given for guidance. The figures can change dependent on the test methods used. If a particular value is of prime importance for a specification, please consult Promat Technical Department.

GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA

Designation Fire protective calcium silicate board mineral bound with mineral fillers
Combustibility DIN 4102, part 1
BS 476, part 4
AS 1503, part 1
EN 13501-1 (WFRGent Classification report 11525D)
Non-combustible
Board format (length x width) mm 1200 x 2500
Tolerance on length and width mm +0/-3
Board thickness mm 8, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 25
Tolerances on thickness mm ± 0.5
Density 
- nominal, 20°C, 65% HR
- oven dry, 40°C
Kg/m3
ca. 885
ca. 875
Alkalinity (approximate) pH ca.9
Thermal conductivity λ W/m°K ca.0.285 (at 20°C)
Moisture diffusion resistance μ ca. 5.0
Typical moisture content (at EMC*) % 1 - 3
Surface conditions Front face: smooth, matte surface
Back face: slightly coarse
Colour: off white
Storage Store on flat surface, in a dry area.

*EMC = Equilibrium moisture content

All physical and mechanical values are averages based on standard production and tested according to internal procedures. The typical values are given for guidance. The figures can change dependent on the test methods used. If a particular value is of prime importance for a specification, please consult Promat Technical Department.

Mechanical Properties
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MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Bending strength (longitudinal direction) N/mm2 4.5
Compressive strength (perpendicular to the surface) N/mm2
8.0

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Bending strength (longitudinal direction) N/mm2 4.5
Compressive strength (perpendicular to the surface) N/mm2
8.0
Board Weights
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BOARD WEIGHTS

Thickness (mm) Dry weight (Kg/m2) Weight (Kg/m2) at 20°C, 65% RH
8 ca. 7.7 ca. 7.9
10 ca. 9.6 ca. 9.8
12 ca. 11.6 ca. 11.8
15 ca. 14.4 ca. 14.7
18 ca. 17.3 ca. 17.7
20 ca. 19.3 ca. 19.6
25 ca. 24.1 ca. 24.6

BOARD WEIGHTS

Thickness (mm) Dry weight (Kg/m2) Weight (Kg/m2) at 20°C, 65% RH
8 ca. 7.7 ca. 7.9
10 ca. 9.6 ca. 9.8
12 ca. 11.6 ca. 11.8
15 ca. 14.4 ca. 14.7
18 ca. 17.3 ca. 17.7
20 ca. 19.3 ca. 19.6
25 ca. 24.1 ca. 24.6

Health & Safety
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PROCESSING & MACHINING

When machining the product with power tools, do not breathe dust and respect the regulatory occupational exposure limits for total inhalable and respirable dust. Wear safety goggles. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Use dust extraction. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment to avoid health effects. For more information: request Safety Data Sheet.

WASTE DISPOSAL

Refer to local legislation

If not available: The board is not classified as a dangerous substance and no special provisions are required regarding the carriage and disposal of the product to landfill. They can placed in an on-site skip with other general building waste.

PROCESSING & MACHINING

When machining the product with power tools, do not breathe dust and respect the regulatory occupational exposure limits for total inhalable and respirable dust. Wear safety goggles. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Use dust extraction. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment to avoid health effects. For more information: request Safety Data Sheet.

WASTE DISPOSAL

Refer to local legislation

If not available: The board is not classified as a dangerous substance and no special provisions are required regarding the carriage and disposal of the product to landfill. They can placed in an on-site skip with other general building waste.

Quality Assurance
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QUALITY ASSURANCE

Promat products are manufactured to stringent quality control systems to assure that our customers receive materials made to the highest standards. 

Operating to these standards means that all activities, which have a bearing upon quality, are set out in written procedures. 

Systematic and thorough checks are made on all materials and their usage. Test equipment is subjected to regular checks and is referred back to national standards.

The information given in this data sheet is based on actual tests and is believed to be typical of the product. No guarantee of results is implied however, since conditions of use are beyond our control.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

Promat products are manufactured to stringent quality control systems to assure that our customers receive materials made to the highest standards. 

Operating to these standards means that all activities, which have a bearing upon quality, are set out in written procedures. 

Systematic and thorough checks are made on all materials and their usage. Test equipment is subjected to regular checks and is referred back to national standards.

The information given in this data sheet is based on actual tests and is believed to be typical of the product. No guarantee of results is implied however, since conditions of use are beyond our control.