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THE DURABLE AND CLEAN SOLUTION
Armaflex EDL Foil-faced and self adhesive sheeting for insulation of
equipment cabinets, ducting, storage tanks and pipe work.

Product Description
Armaflex EDL is a foil-faced elastomeric thermal insulation, supplied with a high performance self-adhesive backing. It is
constructed from Armacells proven FR/Armaflex insulation material. Armaflex EDL is suitable for insulation of equipment
cabinets, storage tanks, and air-conditioning ducts. Its superior-grip Pressure Sensitive Adhesive system makes it
applicable in non-pinned field applications. It is also highly suited for raised-floor or under-floor air-conditioning systems.

Benets
flexible and fibre free

self-adhesive

excellent fire and weathering resistance


washable surface to support hygiene
maintenance
non-wicking to reduce water presence in
system and insulation
high flexibility for ease of fitting
self adhesive for fast and cost-effective
application
fibre-free to prevent potential air-quality
problems
closed-cell insulation to provide a continuous
barrier to water vapour

durable and smooth


surface

condensation control

low thermal conductivity for effective energy


saving and CO2 reduction
genuine FR/Armaflex performance

Air Conditioning and Ventilation

refrigeration

Technical Properties

Short description
Temperature range
(Temperature limits)
Max. surface temperature

Values

remarks

+85C

For all applications outside this range, please


contact our technical department.

Min. surface temperature

-40C

Water Vapour Permeability

u>4,500

Tested according to ASTM E96

At 0C
At 25C

0.036 W/(m.K)
0.038 W/(m.K)

Tested according to ASTM C518

fire performance

Ignitability Index.................. 0
Spread of Flame Index....... 0
Heat Evolved Index.............0
Smoke Developed Index.....0-1
Low Potential Smoke and Toxicity Hazard R = 0.43

Tested according to BS 6853. 1999 Clause B.4.2

Weathering and UV resistance

Excellent

Tested according to SAE J1885-1992

Size range
Available in both sheets and continuous rolls

6mm, 9mm, 13mm, 19mm and 25mm thickness

Sheets: 1.0m x 1.5m


Roll width: 1.0m

Temperature conductivity () K-value

Tested according to AS/NZS 1530.3 1999

Durability and resistance

Outdoor applications - Armaflex EDL does not require painting

Self-adhesive foil-faced sheet (1m x 1.5m)


Self-adhesive foil-faced
Thickness

Product code

Quantity Per Carton

mm

Inches

Sheets

Square metres

13

9E130001

15

22.5

19

9E190001

10

15

25

9E250001

12

Self-adhesive foil-faced roll (1m width)


Self-adhesive foil-faced
Thickness

Product code

Length Per Carton

mm

Inches

9E0600CS

metres
15

9E0900CS

10

13

9E1300CS

19

9E1900CS

25

9E2500CS

For applications that do not require a foil face, FR/Armaflex is availble with a self-adhesive backing, as listed below:

Self-adhesive sheet (1m x 1.5m)


Self-adhesive
Thickness

Product code

Quantity Per Carton

mm

Inches

Sheets

Square metres

9U060001

30

45

9U090001

20

30

13

9U130001

15

22.5

19

9U190001

10

15

25

9U250001

12

Self-adhesive roll (1m width)


Self-adhesive foil-faced
Thickness

Product code

Length Per Carton

mm

Inches

metres

13

9U1300CS

19

9U1900CS

25

9U2500CS

Condensation Control
Armaflex insulation provides excellent control of condensation. The thickness required will depend on the ambient air temperature, the
relative humidity in the environment, and the temperature of the surface to be insulated. The level of airflow around any insulation will
also affect its control of condensation.
The surface characteristics of insulation material will affect its performance. Insulation that is covered with a shiny metal surface
needs to be used in greater thickness than insulation with a black or non-reflective surface. Insulation with a shiny surface will reflect
radiant heat, causing the surface to become cooler. To prevent the dew point occurring on the materials surface (this is the point where
condensation occurs) any metal-covered insulation must be used in greater thickness than insulation with a black non-reflective surface.
The foil-facing on Armaflex EDL provides many benefits; the surface is highly resistant to fire, it is easily cleaned to provide hygienic and
aesthetic advantages, and the foil provides an additional vapour barrier. In selecting the materials thickness the effect of foil should be
recognised, and the material applied in greater thickness than standard Armaflex.
If you have any questions about your particular application, and the thickness of material required, please contact Armacell for Technical
Service and recommendations.

General Instructions
Armaflex EDL is highly flexible and can easily be wrapped around a duct, cabinet, vessel or large-diameter pipe work.
For very thick material (25mm), and for internal lining of small areas, it can easily be cut and fitted as small sheets.
The backing material is a pressure-sensitive adhesive, and requires the application of pressure across all areas to
complete the bonding. Care should be taken to align the material, as it cannot be removed after the adhesive bonds
and cures.

Installation Tips
1

The temperature of the air and of


the insulation should be between
10C and 35C at the time of
installation.

Surface to be covered should


be cleaned of all loose material,
dust, grease and oil. Use a
commercial degreaser and
solvent wipe.

Square off sheet along an edge


or corner. Press the sheet to the
surface taking care not to trap
any air.

Cut with sharp knife.

Peel back enough release liner


to start.

Reach behind the Armaflex


sheet and peel liner back while
pressing the sheet to the surface.
Remove the entire liner piece.

Press firmly. Butt joints require


the use of compression to
prevent the possible opening of
seams.

All joins in Armaflex EDL should


be sealed with a high-grade
aluminium foil. When using
non-foil faced sheeting, ensure
all exposed edges and joins
are sealed with Armaflex 520
adhesive.

Note: For further information consult the Armaflex Installation Manual

Armaflex Around Ducting


1

For cladding of ducts, insulate


the base first, then the sides,
and finish with the top. This
ensures a cleaner appearance
and eliminates seems at the top,
where moisture can drop down.

Roll a cylindrical object across


the material repeatedly to apply
solid and even pressure across
all the adhesive system.

The top should cover the side


edges, leaving no exposed
seems on top. Use a brush
to force Armaflex adhesive
between all joins to complete the
vapor seal.

Armacell Australia PTY LTD


13-17 Nathan Road, Dandenong, Victoria, 3175
T +613 8710 5999
F+613 8710 5900
www.armaflex.com.au info.au@armacell.com

Standing ribs can be insulated


with strips of sheet Armaflex that
are built-up around the area.
Alternatively ribs can be insulated
with Armaflex pipe-insulation that
is cut in half and mitred at the
edges.

May 2007