2019, Saint-Idesbald - Belgium
Ultra-high performance encapsulated VIP insulation for flat roofs and terraces
With a thermal performance of the core of lambda 0.006 - the best performance in the market, you can achieve even greater insulation for your renovation or new build projects with ease. Deck-VQ® offers an extremely high insulation value and long-term performance whilst maintaining the existing roof structure, thereby avoiding costly modification
- The solution for limited space
- Ultra-high thermal performance
- Easy installation combined with expert service
Flat roof, Terraces
Getting started with Deck-VQ
Specifications for this dimension:
|Lambda (λ) *||0.008 - 0.009 W/mK|
|Fire performance||Euroclass E|
|Edge finishing||Straight edges|
|Compressive strength||≥ 150 kPa|
|* Lambda value of Deck-VQ® 0.008 W/mK for 60mm and 0.009 W/mK for 45mm. Lambda value of the core is 0.006 W/mK.|
The envelope of the vacuum insulation panel must not be damaged by drilling, milling or nailing. Deck-VQ® must be handled with care!
|Insulation thickness||RD ( m²K/W)|
How to insulate with Deck-VQ®?
We’ve put a great deal of thought into making the installation of Deck-VQ® as straightforward and convenient for you as possible. Modular sizes are based on standard flat roof sizes. The entire process is made easy by our tailor-made designs. That way, we make sure it fits before it even arrives onsite.
To install, simply follow these easy instructions:
- Utilise Deck-VQ® 1200 x 600 mm and 600 x 600 mm boards in a staggered brick block design.
- Use smaller Deck-VQ® boards to cover as much of the area as possible.
- Finish the roof area with PIR (perimeter and infill).
Our Deck-VQ® VIPs are compatible with adhered single ply membranes and bituminous systems. Please review the membrane manufacturers installation details.
The envelope of the vacuum insulation panel must not be damaged by drilling, milling, nailing… Handle with care!
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Published on 12 February 2019
Published on 05 March 2019