Description

PIC is a closed cell rigid foam board insulation.

PIC can be supplied in sheet form and pipe sections. PIC foams are fine cellular rigid foams.

Polyisocyanurate (PIC) comes in a range of densities from 32kg/m³
to 80kg/m³.

Polyisocyanurate (Polyiso) rigid foam insulation is designed to provide thermal resistance in residential and commercial building construction applications. For example, in exterior above-grade wall assemblies, a layer of rigid insulation is often specified to comply with the prescriptive R-Value requirements outlined in energy codes and standards
Highest R-Value per inch of any rigid foam board insulation

Applications

  • Petro-chemical and Process Plant Insulation
  • High fire risk application
  • HVAC Duct and chilled water pipework
  • Cryogenic applications
  • Refrigeration plant insulation
  • Shipping and offshore Installations
  • Roof insulation
  • Wall insulatiACon

Benefits

Fire Performance
Conforms to FM Approval standards 4880 (1994), flammability characterization is recommonded for applications where good fire performance is required.
Dimensional Tolerance
  • Length and Width: +/- 2.0mm maximum
  • Reduces the risk of water intrusion
Compressive Strength
With direction of rise – PIC35 220kPa Variations of +10% may be found. Test SABS 1383 of 1983 – Part 5.7
Closed Cell Content
  • Minimum value: 90%
  • SABS 1383 of 1983 – Part 5.8
Compatibility
It has been shown to be compatible with construction materials – such as petroleum-based solvents in adhesives, paints, water repellent and preservative coatings, and in bituminous waterproofing. Not a affected by oil based waterproofing compounds.
Environmental
Environmental with a compliant hydrocarbon-based blowing agent which has as zero Ozone Depletion Potential VP. It also meets HFC-, CFC- and HCFC-free specification requirements.

 

Features

  • High compressive strength potential
  • Stable in tempearture range of -120°C to 120°C
  • High level of closed cells therefore offering high level of buoyancy

Compressive Strength

With direction of rise- PIC35 220kPa. Variations of +10% may be found. Test to SABS 1383 of 1983 – Part 5.7

Characteristics

  • It has excellent thermal conductivity and high compressive strength
  • Exhibits very good dimensional stability between 140°C and -100°C and can therefore be recommended with confidence in this temperature range
  • Highly chemical resistant, particularly to hydrocarbons and solvents
  • Has a low density and easily and good adhesion to facings

Thermal Conductivity

At 10’C : 0.023w/m2(squared)’C. Test to SABS 1383 of 1983- Part 5.9

Availability

  • Available in 32, 40, 45, 60 and 80kg/m³
  • 35kg/m³ – minimum density
  • Core sample may exhibit variations of up to +10%
  • Test to SABS 1383 of 1983 – Part 5.6

Fire Performance

  • Oxygen Index ASTMD2863 28%-30%
  • Butler Chimney ASTM 3014-73
  • Weight Retention 90%
  • Flame Spread BS 476 Part 7 Class One
  • PIC35 is recommended for applications where good fire performance
    is required.

Finishes

A) Plain:
For on-site finishing with sheetmetal, Insulpro hardsetting plaster, glass cloth etc
B) Canvas Covered:
For light duty indoor application. Painting ensures a neat, attractive appearance. The cold face temperature should not exceed 50°C
C) Foil to Mylar:
An indoor finish of layered aluminium Mylar Foil laminate for cold service where a vapour barrier is required. Supplied with finshing bands and an overlap for the adhesive. The cold face temperature should not exceed 50°C

Dimensional Stability

  • At -15’C max 1.0% Dimensional Change
  • At 100’C max 1.5% Dimensional Change
  • At 70’C and 95% RH max 1.0% Dimensional Change
  • All tests are over a 24 hour period. Test to ASTM D2126

Dimensional Tolerance

  • Length and width +/- 2.0mm maximum
  • Thickness +/- 1.0mm maximum