ULTIMATE

U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120

Slabs glass cloth faced 120 g/m² – Density 24 kg/m³
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Description

ULTIMATE mineral wool provides a unique high-performance profile:
It combines safety, comfort and ease of handling.

Key Benefits

  • Fire resistance
  • Sound absorption
  • Recycled glass
  • Lightweight

Technical Characteristics

Symbol Unit Quantities and declared values Standard
Specific thermal capacity Symbolc UnitkJ/(kg.K) Quantities and declared values1.00 StandardISO 10456
Reaction to fire Symbol- Unit- Quantities and declared valuesMelting point according to DIN 4102, part 17: ≥ 1000 °C. Non combustible according to IMO-Resolution MSC.61(67)-(FTP- Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. Homologated for shipbuilding according to EC Type Examination Certificate Nr.: 114.480 StandardDIN 4102 IMO
Chemical behaviour Quantities and declared valuesSulphide free Low chloride content on demand Water repellent content on demand Standard-
Application field Quantities and declared valuesThermal insulation, acoustic insulation and fire protection constructions in shipbuilding
Material Quantities and declared valuesMineral wool with quality mark RAL by the Gütegemeinschaft Mineralwolle e.V., unrisky regarding health according to German decree on dangerous substances, decree on prohibition of chemicals and to guideline EU 97/69 Nota Q.
Facing Quantities and declared valuesone-sided faced with glass fabric with a gram weight of 120 g/m2
Water vapour diffusion resistance factor Symbolμ Quantities and declared values~ 1.0 StandardEN 12086
Thermal coefficient of expansion Symbolα Unit1/K Quantities and declared valuesNo change in dimensions within the application field. Standard-
Instructions for transformation Symbol- Unit- Quantities and declared valuesCan be cut and punched. Due to the differentiation of density optimal delivery forms are possible for each application field.
Quality management Quantities and declared valuesISOVER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001 and DIN EN ISO 14001. StandardEN ISO 9001 EN ISO 14001

Thermal Conductivity

Characteristic Symbol Unit Quantities and declared values Standard
CharacteristicThermal conductivity SymbolT Unit[°C] Quantities and declared values10 Quantities and declared values50 Quantities and declared values100 Quantities and declared values150 Quantities and declared values200 Quantities and declared values300 Quantities and declared values- StandardDIN EN 12667
SymbolλN,R Unit[W/(m•K)] Quantities and declared values0.034 Quantities and declared values0.040 Quantities and declared values0.049 Quantities and declared values0.062 Quantities and declared values0.080 Quantities and declared values0.124 Quantities and declared values-
CharacteristicThermal behaviour SymbolT Unit[°C] Quantities and declared values≤ 650 by pure thermal stress (U SeaProtect Slab 40 – 90) ≤ 600 by pure thermal stress (U SeaProtect Slab 24 – 40) U SeaProtect Slab G120: The thickness of the insulating layer has to be correctly dimensioned so that the faced side is exposed to a maximum of 100 °C. From 150 °C on the binder starts to volatilise. StandardAGI Q 132

Sound Absorption Value

Characteristic Symbol Unit Thickness Values Standard
CharacteristicSound absorption value Symbolαw Unit- Thickness50 mm Values1.00 StandardDIN EN 29053

Air Flow Resistivity

Characteristic Symbol Unit Quantities and declared values Values Standard
CharacteristicAir flow resistivity Symbolσ Unit[KPa•s/m2] Quantities and declared valuesU SeaProtect Slab 24 G120 Values15 StandardDIN EN 29053

Standard Dimensions

Thickness d [mm] Width b [mm] Length [mm]
Thickness d [mm]30 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Thickness d [mm]40 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Thickness d [mm]50 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Thickness d [mm]60 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Thickness d [mm]70 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Thickness d [mm]80 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Thickness d [mm]100 Width b [mm]625 Length [mm]1200
Notes
* On some products, minimum order quantities are requested.
** Further dimensions on request.

Documents

U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TDS_USP_Slab_24_G120.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
ISOVER_Brochure_ULTIMATE-Light-stone-wool
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
Technical-Manual_Marine-Manual_FINAL_interactive.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
BureauVeritas_TA_18956_C1_USPSlab_oct2022.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC-BGV118168-03-ISOVER-glassfabriccomposite-120to420_2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC_BGV100.197_A30_Deck_USP24-50+24-50_2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC_BGV100.198_A30_Deck_USP24-50+66-30_2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC_BGV114.477_USeaProtectSlab_20to100_June2018.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC_DNVGLMEDB000004A_A15_Bulkhead_USP24-50_2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC_DNVGLMEDB00006FV_A30_Deck_USP24-50or76-25_2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
DoC_RINAMED057620CS_A15_Bulkhead_USP24-50+24-50or24-50+66-30_2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
EU_MED_Module_D_SGI_GE_SEE18022_June2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
MED057620CS_A15Bulkhead-Steel_USP2450_Aug2025.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
MEDB_000004A_A15Bulkhead_USP24-5024-50or56-30or66-25or76-20_Feb2025.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
MEDB_00006FV_A30Deck_USP24-5024-50or66-25or76-20_Feb2025.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
MEDB_100.197-03_A30Deck_USP24-50_March2024.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
MEDB_100.198-03_A30Deck_USP24-5066-30_March2024.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
MEDB_118.168-03_Glass-fabric-composite_Oct2023.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TA_BV_18944C0_A15Bulkhead_USP2450_Mar2024.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TA_BV_18950C0_A30Deck_USP24-50..._Jan2023.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TA_BV_42414A2_A30Deck_USP2450or7625_Sept21.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TA_BV_42540A2_A15Bulkhead_USP24506625or7620or2450or5630_Sept2021.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TA_RINA_FPE351419XG_002_A30_SteelDeck_Dec2024.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
TA_RINA_FPE351419XG_008_A15_SteelBHGA_Dec2024.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
EUCEB_SGI_DE_-_LU_-_361_ULTIMATE_Oct2020.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
SUIS_GB_ULTIMATE_Mar2016.pdf
U SeaProtect Slab 24 G120
SUIS_Glass-Cloth_G120_G220_G420_Aug2016.pdf