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SNOWHITE - SWMX

Thermal Insulation of Tiled Roofs, Metal Roofs and Hollow External Walls

Cat. No. SWMX

Snowhite – SWMX is an insulation system consisting of a multi-layer sheet combining a reflexive radiation barrier with an insulation layer of, pure and flexible polyester fibers. The radiation barrier is made of a reinforced aluminum foil with a low emissivity level, approximately 3%. The reflective side (the shiny one) of the barrier faces outside.

Snowhite – SWMX is used for thermal insulation of tiled roofs, low-weight roofs, hollow external walls in residence, industrial, agriculture buildings and for insulating air-condition ducts.

Technical Specification

SWMX800

SWMX500

SWMX300

Property

800

500

300

Polyester weight (gr./m2):

100

75

45

Thickness (mm):

4.15

3.48

3.08

R – Thermal resistance -  according to ASHRAE (m2k/w)

0.0497

0.056

0.048

Heat conductivity) – w/mk

0.70

0.45

0.35

NRC (as per  ASTM-C177):

B2.2.2

B2.2.2

B2.2.2

Fire Class according to I.S. 755:

Using Manner

General:

Snowhite – SWMX insulation cutting method: by means of simple (long) cloth scissors.

The insulation is attached to the beams by means of a pins-gun. The height of the pins' legs: 10-12 mm.

To cover overlaps (usually unnecessary) use dedicated aluminum masking tape. Apply masking tape in the same manner at slopes' junctions (corners) for attachments that are not to beams.

The Snowhite – SWMX is suitable for insulating tile roofs subject to I.S. 921.

Installation under tiles on an existing roof:

Stretching the Snowhite – SWM perpendicularly to the roof's slanted beams.

  1. Stretch the Snowhite – SWM horizontally, perpendicular to the beams and attach by means of a pins-gun to beams' bottom.
  2. It is recommended to create 5 cm. overlaps between every two sheets, with the lower insulation overlapping the higher one from beneath.
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