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ROLE OF THERMAL INSULATION IN BUILDINGS

A TECHNICAL PRESENTATION BY
A TECHNICAL PRESENTATION BY

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR
BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

HIGH AMBIENT & HIGH HUMIDITY RESULT IN

Uncomfortable working Conditions

v Lower Productivity

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS ROOF CONSTRUCTION v Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) in

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

v Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) in 100mm to

150mm

v Pre-cast

Roof

Element

having

low

Thermal

resistance and Finished With Water Proofing

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS INDIA IS A TROPICAL COUNTRY v Ambient Temp varying

INDIA IS A TROPICAL COUNTRY

v

Ambient Temp varying from 25 Deg.C TO 45 Deg.C and in some places even 50 Deg.C

v

Winter Temp varying from

20 TO 10 0 C and in

some places even Sub Zero Temperatures.

v

High Humidity v ary ing f rom 60 to 98 Percent

THERMAL INSULATION OF BUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION OF BUILDINGS Typical Buildings in India

Typical Buildings in India

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS Walls are Usually 125mm to 225mm Brickwall With Plaster

Walls are Usually 125mm to 225mm Brickwall With Plaster

v

To Cater to the Building Load and Wind Load

v

With Windows /Glazing resulting in Heat Ingress

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS ROOF OF BUILDINGS v Receive the maximum amount of Radiant
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR
BUILDINGSBUILDINGS
ROOF OF BUILDINGS
v Receive the maximum amount of Radiant heat
v Allow
large quantities
of
heat
to
enter
the
Building Envelope
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR
BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

High Heat Incid ence and Lo w Thermal Resistan ce of RCC/Brick W alls Calls for

INSULATIONINSULATION OFOF ROOFROOF ANDAND WALLWALL

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT METHODS

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT METHODS n Building energy efficiency includes two parts: envelop ( insulation for

n

Building energy efficiency includes two parts:

envelop (insulation for roof, external wall, window, door and ground floor) and maintenance (energy efficiency improvement for lighting, air conditioner, water heater, green power acquirement such as solar power and wind power etc.).

n

The role of thermal insulation is to improve Building Envelope's Energy efficiency.

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS Resulting in: v Increase in temperature inside the

Resulting in:

v

Increase in temperature inside the Buildings

v

.Inside Temperature is likely to go above than the Outside Ambient

v

Higher Air Conditioning Loads and increased running time of the Compressors

v

Higher Energy cost

THERMAL INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS

Building Energy Consumption
Building Energy Consumption

Air conditioning - 57 %

- 22%

Ventilation Fans - 16%

5%

Miscellaneous

Lighting

-

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IMPORTANCE OF THERMAL INSULATION IN BUILDINGS

` IMPORTANCE OF THERMAL INSULATION IN BUILDINGS

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THERMAL INSULATION

Thermal

Insulation

is an essential

part of all Buildings and performs many functions.
part of all Buildings and performs
many functions.

Energy Conservation – Reduces the heating / cooling load

Human Comfort – improves the efficiency of the workmen

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THERMAL INSULATION

` THERMAL INSULATION The Design of Insulation requirements for buildings is not straight forward as the

The Design of Insulation requirements for buildings is not straight forward as the calculation of economic thickness for pipeline /equipment

v

Almost all Building material provide some resistance to heat flow and thermal insulation is a part of the system

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THERMAL INSULATION

Factors influencing the design of insulation of building

Factors influencing the design of insulation of building Ø Location and Weather conditions Ø Orientation of

Ø Location and Weather conditions

Ø Orientation of the building

Ø Wind / breeze

Ø Height of Ceiling

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THERMAL INSULATION

Human Comfort in buildings depends, of course upon the proper design of Heating / Cooling equipment.

Efficient operation of these
Efficient operation
of
these

equipment however depends on the

Thermal

effectiveness of

Insulation.

the

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THERMAL INSULATION

` THERMAL INSULATION Hence the design solution for the thermal insulation of buildings must be based

Hence the design solution for the thermal insulation of buildings must be based on comparison of the system

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THERMAL INSULATION

Factors influencing the design of insulation of building
Factors influencing the design of insulation
of building

Ø Proportion of Glassed Areas, Door / Window /Ventilator openings

Ø Shading

Ø Whether the building is only heated or heated or cooled

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THERMAL INSULATION

Because of the above factors, The
Because of the above factors, The

Thermal

Conductance given by “U ”

value forms the basis for design and

becomes the only governing factor for

selection of insulating material

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THERMAL INSULATION

Thermal resistance R is given by

R =1/fo +1/fi + l/k

Where
Where

fo – Outside surface conductance fi – Inside surface conductance

l

– Thickness of material

 

K

thermal

Conductivity

of

the

material

BUILDING INSULATION AND ENERGY CONSEVATION ECBC NORMS 24-hour use buildings Hospitals, Hotels,Call Centers Daytime
BUILDING INSULATION AND
ENERGY CONSEVATION
ECBC NORMS
24-hour use buildings
Hospitals, Hotels,Call
Centers
Daytime use building
Other Building Types
Climate Zone
Code requiring R-value of
Insulation alone Roof / Wall
m 2 deg. C/W
Code requiring R-value of
Insulation alone Roof / Wall
m 2 deg. C/W
Compostie
R
- 3.5 / 2.1
R- 2.1 / 2.1
Hot and Dry
R
- 3.5 / 2.1
R- 2.1 / 2.1
Warm and
R
- 3.5 / 2.1
R- 2.1 / 2.1
Humid
Moderate
R
– 2.1 / 1.8
R
– 2.1 / 2.0
Cold
R
– 3.5 / 2.2
R
– 2.1 / 2.35

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THERMAL INSULATION

Thermal Conductance “U” is

defined as the reciprocal of the
defined as the reciprocal of the

total thermal resistance

U = 1/R

THERMAL INSULATION FOR BUILDINGS

ECBC NORMS

THERMAL INSULATION FOR BUILDINGS ECBC NORMS Energy Conservation Building Codes is Applicable to Buildings or Building

Energy Conservation Building Codes is Applicable to Buildings or Building Complexes that have a connected Load of 500KW or a Contract Demand of 600KVA or greater

BUILDING INSULATION AND ENERGY CONSEVATION ECBC NORMS 24-hour use buildings Hospitals, Hotels,Call Centers Daytime
BUILDING INSULATION AND
ENERGY CONSEVATION
ECBC NORMS
24-hour use buildings
Hospitals, Hotels,Call
Centers
Daytime use building
Other Building Types
Climate Zone
Code requiring U-value of
Assembly Roof / Wall
w/m 2 deg. C
Code requiring U-value of
Assembly Roof / Wall
w/m 2 deg. C
Compostie
U- 0.261/0.440
U- 0.409/0.440
Hot and Dry
U-0.261/ 0.440
U- 0.409/ 0.440
Warm and
U- 0.261/ 0.440
U- 0.409/ 0.440
Humid
Moderate
U–0.409/ 0.431
U- 0.409/0.397
Cold
U–0.261/0.369
U- 0.409/0.352

BUILDING INSULATION AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

BUILDING INSULATION AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS Thermal Insulation Material and Finishes chosen should

Thermal Insulation Material and Finishes chosen should Withstand the Vagaries in the Ambient and Humid Conditions in Tropical Indian Environment and Specifications be made to suit the Location.

THERMAL INSULATION FOR BUILDINGS

BUILDING INSULATION OPTIONS
BUILDING
INSULATION OPTIONS

nRoof Insulation Underdeck Insulation OverdeckInsulation nWall Insulation Internal External

nFalse Ceiling

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS Thermal Insulation Systems Combination of Materials

Thermal Insulation Systems

Combination of Materials ,Ancillaries ,Protective Finishes and Application Methods.

v

Compatible with relative Accessories/Provisions

v

Properties of Insulation Materials

vv BESTBEST INSULAINSULATIONTION MAMATERIATERIALL MAMAYY FAFAILIL IFIF NOTNOT PROPERLYPROPERLY AAPPLIED.PPLIED.

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

Criteria For Selection Of Insulation Material
Criteria For Selection Of Insulation Material

v

Thermal C onducti vity

v

Thermal Diffusivity

v

Compressi ve Strength

v

Water Absorption

v

Fire Properties Viz Incombustbility/Fire Resistance

v

Application

THERMAL INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS

BUILDINGS OPTIONS
BUILDINGS OPTIONS

RCC BULDINGS

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS OVERDECK INSULATION APPLICATION OF INSULATION DIRECTLY OVER

OVERDECK INSULATION

APPLICATION OF INSULATION DIRECTLY OVER SLOPED RCC FOLLOWED BY WATER PROOFING & PROTECTIVE COVERING TREATMENT, FEATURING :

v

PRE FORMED INSULATION BOARDS

v

IN-SITU TECHNOLOGY

THERMAL INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS

Insulation Materials Options OVERDECK INSULATION nSpray Polyurethane Foam nExtruded Polystyrene nPolyurethane/PIR SLAB nExpanded Polystyrene

OVERDECK INSULATION n Spray Polyurethane Foam n Extruded Polystyrene n Polyurethane/PIR SLAB n Expanded Polystyrene

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS PROPERTIES OF SPRAYED IN -SITU PUF/PIR FOAM v CLOSE

PROPERTIES OF

SPRAYED

IN -SITU

PUF/PIR

FOAM

v

CLOSE CELL CONTENT

v

40-45 KG/M3 DENSITY

v

NEGLIGIBLE WATER ABSORPTION

v

JOINTLESS FOAMING

v

LOW THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR
BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

IMPORTANT PROPERTIES TO RECKON WITH

v

ADEQUATE COMPRESSION RESISTANCE

v

LOW WATER ABSORPTION

v

RESISTANCE TO HIGH AMBIENT TEMP.

v

LOW THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS SPRAYING PUF / PIR FOAM

SPRAYING PUF / PIR FOAM

SPRAYSPRAY PUPU FOAMFOAM

&&

MEMBRANEMEMBRANE WATERPROOFINGWATERPROOFING

SPRAY SPRAY PU PU FOAM FOAM & & MEMBRANE MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING

SPRAYSPRAY PUPU FOAMFOAM

&&

MEMBRANEMEMBRANE WATERPROOFINGWATERPROOFING

SPRAY SPRAY PU PU FOAM FOAM & & MEMBRANE MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS SLABS FIXED ON ROOF

SLABS FIXED ON ROOF

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

ADVANTAGES OF OVERDECK INSULATION
ADVANTAGES OF OVERDECK INSULATION

v DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH GOING ACTIVITIES.

v JOINTLESS COVER TO THE ROOF SURFACE

INSIDE ON

- THERMAL BARRIER AGAINST HEAT IN FLUX

- PROTECTOR TO THE CONCRETE SURFACE

FROM FLUCTUATING EXTERNAL TEMP.

v VERY FAST APPLICATION

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS FIXING OF PRE-FORMED SLABS
THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS FIXING OF PRE-FORMED SLABS

FIXING OF PRE-FORMED SLABS

SPRAY PU FOAM

&

LIQUID APPLIED

WATERPROOFING

SPRAY PU FOAM & LIQUID APPLIED WATERPROOFING

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

DISADVANTAGE
DISADVANTAGE

OVERDECK INSULATION NEEDS TO BE TREATED WITH PROPER WATER PROOFING TREATMENT ENSURING NO WATER INGRESS INTO THE INSULATION. IN CASE THE WATER PROOFING TREATMENT IS DAMAGED, THE WATER INGRESS INTO THE INSULATION MAY LEAD TO COMPROMISING ITS INSULATION PROPERTIES.

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS UNDERDECK INSULATION PROVIDING INSULATION AS A CONTACT

UNDERDECK INSULATION

PROVIDING INSULATION AS A CONTACT

TREATMENT

TO

THE INNER SURFACE OF

ROOF

UNDER DECK INSULATION
UNDER DECK INSULATION
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS
THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR
BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

INSULATION OVER FALSE CEILING

PLACING FIBROUS INSULATION PACKED IN POLYTHENE BAGS ON THE TOP OF

SUSPENDED CEILING

THERMAL INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS

Insulation Materials Options
Insulation Materials Options

UNDERDECK INSULATION nRockwool Slabs/Rolls nGlass wool Slabs/Rolls

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS DISADVANTAGES OF UNDERDECK INSULATION v ROOF SLAB IS

DISADVANTAGES

OF

UNDERDECK

INSULATION

v ROOF SLAB IS SUBJECT STRESS DUE TO

CHANGE IN

IN THE AMBIENT

TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCES

v INTERFERENCE WITH FALSE CEILING AND HVAC SYSTEM

THERMAL INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS

Insulation Materials Options

INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS Insulation Materials Options False Ceiling Insulation n Rockwool Slabs/Rolls n Glasswool

False Ceiling Insulation

nRockwool Slabs/Rolls nGlasswool Slabs/Rolls

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS

Insulation Materials Options

INSULA TION FOR BUILDINGS Insulation Materials Options Wall Insulation n Rockwool Slabs/Rolls n PIR/Polyurethane

Wall Insulation nRockwool Slabs/Rolls nPIR/Polyurethane Foam nExtruded Polystyrene

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

RIGID INSULATION
RIGID INSULATION

POLYISOCYANURATE SLABS OF DENSITY 36+ 2 KG/M3 AS PER IS : 12436, THICKNESS 30MM.

BUILDINGS BUILDINGS RIGID INSULATION POLYISOCYANURATE SLABS OF DENSITY 36 + 2 KG/M3 AS PER IS :

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS INSULATION OVE R FALSE CEILIN G BOA RDS

INSULATION OVE R FALSE CEILIN G BOA RDS

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS RESIN BONDED MINERALWOOL SLABS/ROLLS SLAB ROLL

RESIN BONDED MINERALWOOL SLABS/ROLLS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS RESIN BONDED MINERALWOOL SLABS/ROLLS SLAB ROLL

SLAB

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS RESIN BONDED MINERALWOOL SLABS/ROLLS SLAB ROLL

ROLL

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WALL INSULATION FIXING OF WOODEN BATTENS OR GI CHANNEL

WALL INSULATION

FIXING OF WOODEN BATTENS OR GI CHANNEL AND PLACING HIGH DENSITY NON- COMBUSTIBLE MINERALWOOL SLABS OF DENSITY 48/64/96 KG/M3 AS PER IS:8183, 50MM THICKNESS IN BETWEEN AND FINALLY COVERED BY RIGID BOARDS FASTENED TO THE FRAME WORK.

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WALL INSULATION

WALL INSULATION

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WOODEN FRA ME W OR K

WOODEN FRA ME W OR K

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WALL INSULATION

WALL INSULATION

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS GI CHANNEL FRA ME W OR K

GI CHANNEL FRA ME W OR K

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WALL INSULATION

WALL INSULATION

THERMALTHERMAL INSULATIONINSULATION FORFOR BUILDINGSBUILDINGS

THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WALL INSULATION WITH WOODEN FRAME WORK & ROCKLOYD SLABS
THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR BUILDINGS BUILDINGS WALL INSULATION WITH WOODEN FRAME WORK & ROCKLOYD SLABS

WALL INSULATION WITH WOODEN FRAME WORK & ROCKLOYD SLABS

EXTERIOR THERMAL INSULATION AND COMPOSITE SYSTEMS (ETICS) CREATINGTOMORROW'S SOL UTIONS

EXTERIOR THERMAL INSULATION AND COMPOSITE SYSTEMS (ETICS)

CREATINGTOMORROW'S SOL UTIONS

LLOYDLLOYD INSULATIONSINSULATIONS (INDIA)(INDIA) LTD.,LTD.,

1)Masonry 2)Adhesive 3)Polyurethane/PIR Foam 4)Basecoat 5)Fiber mesh 6)Top Coat
1)Masonry
2)Adhesive
3)Polyurethane/PIR
Foam
4)Basecoat
5)Fiber mesh
6)Top Coat

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD.,

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD., 4)Fibre Glass mesh : 165 GSM which is to be impregnated inside

4)Fibre Glass mesh : 165 GSM which is to be impregnated inside base coat (reinforced) to get additional strength and to prevent cracks. 5) Texture Coat: It is Dispersible Polymer powder modified cementacious dry mix It can be in various colours by mixing pigments and also in various designs.

Total Thickness vari es from 12mm to 14mm

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD.,

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD., ETICS:MOST RELIABLE EXTERIOR INSULATI ON SYSTE M ETICS -A multi-layered exterior

ETICS:MOST RELIABLE EXTERIOR INSULATI ON SYSTE M

LTD., ETICS:MOST RELIABLE EXTERIOR INSULATI ON SYSTE M ETICS -A multi-layered exterior insulation system used on

ETICS -A multi-layered exterior insulation system used on both commercial & residential buildings, provide superior energy efficiency and much greater design flexibility than other cladding products.

• Thermal Insulation System

• Simplest and most Reliable way of

Insulation

• Most Useful for Retention of Energy and

Increase the Energy Efficiency

• Two Ways to Retrofit Insulation i. e. Exterior and Interior

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD.,

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD., NOR MAL THIC KNESS OF V ARIOUS LAYERS : 1) Adhesive :

NOR MAL THIC KNESS OF V ARIOUS LAYERS :

1) Adhesive : It is Dispersible Polymer powder modified cementacious dry mix

Total thickness varies from 4mm to 10mm depending on uniformity of Substrate.

2) Insulation : It is Polyurethane Foam ( PU ) or PIR 3) Base Coat : It is Dispersible Polymer powder modified cementacious dry mix Total Thickness will be 4-6mm

LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD., Bond strength base coat / Insulation After 28 days normal climate
LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA)
LTD.,
Bond strength base coat / Insulation
After 28 days normal climate
>0.08N/mm 2 or failure in the insulation product
instead
After testing on the rig
>0.08N/mm 2 or failure in the insulation product
instead
Bond strength substrate / adhesive
28
days normal climate
>0.25 N/mm 2
28
days normal climate + 2 days water + 2
>0.08 N/mm 2
hours drying
28
days normal climate + 2 days water + 7 days
>0.25 N/mm 2
normal climate
Bond strengthadhesive / Insulation product
28
days normal climate
>0.25 N/mm 2
28
days normal climate + 2 days water + 2
>0.03 N/mm 2
hours drying
28
days normal climate + 2 days water + 7 days
>0.08 N/mm 2
normal climate
LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA) LTD.,
LLOYD INSULATIONS (INDIA)
LTD.,

ADVA NTAGES OF OUTSIDE INS ULATION :

n

Outstanding Thermal Insulation

n

Reduction in cooling cost

n

Optimum Use of the Wall’s cooling Storage Capacity

n

Save Space Inside the Rooms

n

Great Design Flexibility for facades

n

Increase in value of the Building

Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China PUR ETICS Slab Stoc k Curtain Wall Pouring
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China
PUR ETICS
Slab Stoc k
Curtain Wall
Pouring On - s ite
ETICS
Prefabric ated
SPF ETICS
ETICS
ETICS
ETICS
ETICSbas ed
ETICSbas ed
on Poly -
urethane
s labs tock
board
ETICSbas ed
ETICSofpre -
on spray
ETICS for
on pouring
fabric ated
applied
c
urtain wall
on-s ite Poly-
Poly -
Poly -
ins
ulation
urethane
urethane
urethane
application
rigid foam
ins ulation
rigid foam
board
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China -SPF ETICS System Structure Sk etc h M
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China
-SPF ETICS
System Structure
Sk etc h M ap
Sy s tem Struc ture
Subs trate
Leveling &
Interfac ali
I ns ulation
Layer••
Top Coat
Layer
Protec ivt
e Lay er
Ž
Pr
ot ect i ve
m or t ar
Ž
( + Fi ber
gl ass
I
nt er f aci al
Subst r at e
SPF
Top f i ni sh
r
ender
m
esh when
necessar y)

LLOYDLLOYD INSULATIONSINSULATIONS (INDIA)(INDIA) LTD.,LTD.,

LLOYD INSULATIONS INSULATIONS (INDIA) (INDIA) LTD., LTD., HOW ETICS IS INSTALLED • ETICS is attached to

HOW ETICS IS INSTALLED

(INDIA) (INDIA) LTD., LTD., HOW ETICS IS INSTALLED • ETICS is attached to outside face of

ETICS is attached to outside face of exterior walls with adhesive and mechanical anchors. • ETICS is installed directly at construction site by hand by professional plastering contractors • ETICS is an assembled system and not retail product. • ETICS can also be made as prefabricated panels

Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China - SPF ETICS System Structure Subst r at
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China
- SPF ETICS
System Structure
Subst r at e
Leve li ng m or t ar
f or
Su bst r at e2
Spr ay
a ppl ei
d P U r gi
di
f oam
I nt er f acial r en der
Level ni
g m or t ar
Fib er
gl ass
m es
h
Pr ot ect i ve m or t ar
Top f i nis
h
ETICS With Spray Polyurethane Foam

ETICS With Spray

Polyurethane Foam

Wall ready to receive Spray PU Foam

Wall ready to receive Spray PU Foam

SPRAY PU FOAM IN PROGRESS

SPRAY PU FOAM IN PROGRESS

I Layer SPRAY PU FOAM Completed

I Layer SPRAY PU FOAM Completed

SPRAY PU FOAM IN PROGRESS

SPRAY PU FOAM IN PROGRESS

SPRAY PU FOAM IN PROGRESS

SPRAY PU FOAM IN PROGRESS

SPRAY PU FOAM And Levelling Mortar Applied

SPRAY PU FOAM And Levelling Mortar Applied
SPRAY PU FOAM And Levelling Mortar Applied

SPRAY PU FOAM And Levelling Mortar Applied

SPRAY PU FOAM And Levelling Mortar Applied
SPRAY PU FOAM And Levelling Mortar Applied

Fibre Glass Mesh Reinforcement being Applied

Fibre Glass Mesh Reinforcement being Applied
Fibre Glass Mesh Reinforcement being Applied
Finish Coat Applied
Finish Coat Applied
Base Coat Mortar Applied
Base Coat Mortar Applied

Base Coat II layer being applied

Base Coat II layer being applied
Base Coat II layer being applied

ETICS Completed Awaiting Finish Coat

ETICS Completed Awaiting Finish Coat
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China - Slab Stock ETICS System structure Subs trate
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China
- Slab Stock ETICS
System structure
Subs trate
Lev eling m ortarfor Subs trate
PU R s
abl
st ock
b oar d
Protec tive m ortar
Fiber glass mes h
Topfinis h

ETICS PU SLABS

ETICS PU SLABS
Application of Adhesive Mortar
Application of Adhesive Mortar
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China - Slab Stock ETICS System Structure Sy stem
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China
- Slab Stock ETICS
System Structure
Sy stem Struc ture
Sk etch M ap
Subs trate
• Adhesive
Protec tive
Insulation
Top Coat
Layer•
Layer•
LayerŽ
Sub strate
Ad h esiv e
mo rtar
Pro tectiv e mo rtar
PUR slab
+ Fib er g lass
sto ck bo ard
mesh
Top co ating

Application of Interfacial Render

Application of Interfacial Render
Application of Interfacial Render

Adhering the Slabs on to the WAll

Adhering the Slabs on to the WAll
Adhering the Slabs on to the WAll
Slabs adhered to the wall
Slabs adhered to the wall

Application of Fibre Glass Mesh

Application of Fibre Glass Mesh
Application of Fibre Glass Mesh
Final Base Coat in place
Final Base Coat in place
Application of Base Coat
Application of Base Coat
Fibreglass Mesh in Position
Fibreglass Mesh in Position

Cross sectional View of ETICS PU SLABS

Cross sectional View of ETICS PU SLABS
Cross sectional View of ETICS PU SLABS
FINISH COAT
FINISH COAT

Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China - Curtain Wall ETICS

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Thank you for your attention B J KUPPUSWAMY For further details please mail to bjkswamy@yahoo.co.in

Thank you for your attention B J KUPPUSWAMY

For further details please mail to bjkswamy@yahoo.co.in

Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China - Curtain Wall ETICS System Structure Subs trate
Typical applications of PUR ETICS in China
- Curtain Wall ETICS
System Structure
Subs trate
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ROAD MAP FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGS

ROAD MAP FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGS n As is being followed in our neighbouring country

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As is being followed in our neighbouring

country let us aim at improving the

energy efficiency by 50 % with 2000 as

the base year

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This is possible by bringing in Mandatory Rules and Standards for Thermal Insulation of Buildings