Compressive strength (at 10% strain)
Adhesion strength between sheet and foam PIR
PIR . Foam Core Density
42 ± 2 Kg/m3
Heat conductivity coefficient
0.017 ¸ 0.023 W/mK
Water absorption (% by volume)
-196 ¸ +205 Độ C
Soundproof coefficient (for 50mm thickness)
PIR Greenpan thermal insulation paper double-sided sheet uses a specialized paper surface, which is easily bonded to other materials such as cement, brick wall…
Application of GP ISPBOARD plate
Greenpan brand PIR panel is manufactured by the most modern production line at present, completely imported from Italy. The patented 2bGP technology, based on a mixture of foam molecules, creates microcells with leading heat-resisting performance, higher fire resistance, and user- and environment-friendly properties. use.
Products intended for use inside floors, walls, or ceilings, offered in a choice of 20mm, 30mm, 50mm, and 75mm thicknesses.
As a thermal insulation solution for roofs and ceilings, helping to reduce the amount of heat from the outside environment being transferred to the inside environment
Used as insulation inside walls and walls. Foam core construction with extremely low coefficient of heat conductivity and water absorption eliminates dew, prevents mold formation and helps save cooling electricity costs by up to 50%.
GP ISOBOARD paper double-sided sheet is applied inside the foundation, contributing to strengthening the enclosed space for the building, reducing the penetration and loss of heat from the ground below, ensuring comprehensive insulation performance.
CERTIFICATION EN 13501 – 1
EN 13501 – 1 is the European standard that specifies a fire response classifier for products and building materials through fire response testing, Panel PIR Greenpan brand reaches B-s1,d0
LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) is a pioneering international standard on the issue of building energy-saving buildings and protecting children’s living environment. issued by the Green Building Council of America
certificate of EN 14509 : 2013
EN 14590 : 3 is the European standard that specifies requirements for factories producing PIR insulation
FIRE RESISTANCE CERTIFICATE