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1. TRIMO INTRODUCES ITSELF 2. FIRE PROOF PANELS AND PROFILED METAL SHEET 3. DETAILS 4. STRUCTURAL TABLES 5. TRANSPORT, STORING AND ASSEMBLY 6. REFERENCES 7. CERTIFICATES

1. TRIMO INTRODUCES ITSELF

TRIMO introduces itself Trimo is a company engaged in engineering, production and mounting of steel pre-fabricated buildings. It is proud of its long tradition since the establishment of the company dates back to the year 1961. Nowadays Trimo is a company organised according to modern principles of high technological capacities. It operates successfully and assures functional and aesthetically accomplished products to its buyers. Production programme Trimo includes pre-fabricated steel buildings, fire-proof roofs and faades, steel constructions, containers, sound-absorbing panels, houses and engineering.

Steel pre-fabricated buildings


Complex solutions are not always Trimo's answers to tasks given. The company has its own development and design departments and of course, own production. Therefore, its offers are efficient and accomplished including pre-fabricated buildings from an idea to a completed building for any buyer.

Steel constructions
Modern concept and versatile use rank steel constructions among the most interesting construction materials. Steel constructions Trimo are used as steel constructions of pre-fabricated buildings, as load-bearing frameworks of pre-fabricated houses, as technological platforms and in construction of frameworks of machines and devices, lifts, bridges and as various sub-constructions of roofs, faades, partition walls and ceilings.

Roofs and facades


Fire-proof Trimoterm panels consist of insulation filling made of mineral wool. The following panel types could be distinguished: fire-proof panels SNV mainly suitable for roof and faade panelling, and fire-proof FTV panels that are used for faades, partition walls, ceilings and various closing types in industry. Profiled sheet metal Trimoval is intended for faade panelling and roofing of non-insulated and insulated buildings with ventilation performed. The following sheet metal types are available: profiled sheet metal Trimoval (TP 650, TP 850 and TP 1000), profiled sheet metal with Trimoval sprayed coating (TPO Dom, TPO 1000) and profiled sheet metal with absorption material Trimoval (TPF 650, TPF 850).

Containers
The programme of Trimo container modular buildings includes accommodation, office, ablution and industrial containers as well as various multi-level space compounds. Composition and dimensions of special container units are adjusted to requirements conditioned by the purposes of use. They are mounted individually or assembled in large container compounds.

Sound insulating panels


The programme includes panels for sound-absorbing fences, partition walls as well as roof and ceiling panels. Among the most important markets of Trimo are Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Croatia. But Trimo cannot be satisfied only with the results achieved. Its sales activities have been spread also to the markets of Romania, Hungary, Denmark and Norway. In order to be able to co-ordinate work and effciently achieve the sales objectives set Trimo has established sales companies, representative offices abroad and developed a sales network of agents. The seventh audit of operation according to standards ISO 9001 has been successfully completed and represents evidence of quality and business excellence. In scope of environmental policy an audit for the environmental certificate ISO 14001 has been successfully conducted. The past of Trimo is full of achievements and rich in awards. Its personnel is highly motivated and its level of operation well established. Trimo has reputation and internationally recognised products. It has all what it needs for a confident view into the future.

2. FIRE PROOF PANELS AND PROFILED METAL SHEET


2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. Trimo fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV Trimo fire proof panels Trimoterm FTV Trimo profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO 1000 and TPO Dom Trimo profiled metal sheet Trimoval TP 650, TP 850 and TP 1000

2.1.

Trimo fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV

2.1. FIRE PROOF PANELS TRIMOTERM SNV


Fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV are mainly used for roof and also facade lining. They consist of two profiled surfaces, both sides galvanised and coated, made of steel metal sheet to a thickness of 0.6 mm and a constructional insulation core made of laminated mineral wool of class A1 (DIN 4102). All three layers are glued in a compact panel. External and internal panel surfaces are protected with a clear plastic strippable film. 2.1.1. Profile types of fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV

The external lining is always profiled in a trapezium form. Profile types of the inner lining are stepped (SNVS), smooth (SNVG) or V-profile (SNVV). The standard profile is the stepped one (SNVS).

Fire proof panels SNVS


1000

250

S t a n d a r d p r o f il Standard profile

25

50

50

0,4

37

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Fire proof panels SNVG


25

25

37

0,4

38

38

1000

250

Flat steelB le c h G la tte s

Fire proof panels SNVV


1000

S
250

37

V-profilefil V - P ro

100

100

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2.1.2. Fire performance of panels Trimoterm SNV

Non-combustible insulant core made of mineral wool class A1 and lining consisting of steel metal sheet of panels Trimoterm SNV assure a high level of fire resistance. The following German certificates related to fire resistance have been issued for panels Trimoterm SNV:
TABLE 1

SNV 60 Core thickness s (mm) Combustibility of insulant core ( acc to DIN 4102 - 1 ) Fire resistance class W* ( acc to DIN 4102 - 3 ) Fire resistance class F* ( acc to DIN 4102 - 2 )
* certified as wall element

SNV 80 SNV 100 SNV 120 SNV 150 SNV 200


80 100 120 150 200

60

Non-combustible, class A1 W90-AB F60-AB

F90-AB F120-AB

2.1.3. Technical data for fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV


TABLE 2

SNV 60 Core thickness s (mm) Weight (kg/m2) Fe 0.6 / Fe 0.6 U thermal transmittance (W/m2K) DIN 52 612-1** R sound reduction (dB) DIN 52 210
w

SNV 80 SNV 100 SNV 120 SNV 150 SNV 200


80 21.3 0.48 30 100 23.7 0.40 120 26.1 0.34 150 29.7 0.27 200 35.7 0.21

60 18.9 0.61

5
o

Min. roof slope Cover width Panel lengths

1000 mm For all panel thicknesses up to 14 m

** Co-efficient U in accordance with ISO 6946 corresponds to co-efficient K in accordance with DIN 4018.

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2.1.4. Corrosion protection Steel sheet is galvanised on both sides by a zinc coat 275 g (Zn)/m2 (DIN EN 10142, DIN EN 10147) and coated. The coating of the sheet is performed in a steelworks according to the Coil Coating procedure (painting and drying in a furnace at temperatures of min. 200 C). Two types of corrosion protection are used for steel sheet: protection based on polyester marked SP (standard protection); nominal coat thickness 25 my protection based on polyvinylidenfluoride marked PVDF; nominal coat thickness 25 my Standard TRIMO colour shades based on polyester are: - RAL 9002 grey white - RAL 9010 pure white - RAL 9006 aluminium white - RAL 8017 chocolate brown - RAL 7035 light grey - RAL 5010 gentian blue - RAL 3009 oxide red - RAL 1015 light ivory

Other colour shades according to RAL colour scale; PVDF protection and other kinds of protection are possible upon special request.
TABLE 3

Characteristics of coats Class of corrosion protection according to DIN 55928/1 Mark of anti-corrosive system according to DIN 55928/8 Temperature resistance ( oC) Nominal coat thickness (my ) normal atmosphere External town and industrial atmosphere atmosphere severe industrial atmosphere Maritime 1 to 10 km from the coast atmosphere < 1 km from the coast Conditions t 25oC , 80 % inside the t 25oC , > 80 % building t 50oC , > 80 % without heating up to - 20 oC Cooling storage up to - 30 oC
suitable without qualifications very suitable

SP
III 3-160.2 -20 up to +80 25

PVDF
III 3-600.1 -30 up to +110 25


suitable
- unsuitable

Cleaning of TRIMO panels should be performed regularly. Frequency of cleaning depends on dirtiness and aggressiveness of the environment.

2.1.5. Structural performances of panels Trimoterm SNV Structural performances of panels Trimoterm SNV are stated in Section 4.

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2.1.6. Thermal performances of fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV Thermal performances of panels Trimoterm SNV are extremely high. Adequate panel thickness is determined according to the technical regulations. Checking of condensate appearance on the panel surface is recommended. According to DIN 4108 diagram 1 represents dependence of condensate appearance on the surface of the panel Trimoterm SNV on the following variables: DIAGRAM 1 inner temperature in the room relative humidity in the room external temperature external relative humidity panel thickness

60

Paneelstrke (mm) Panel tickness 120 150 100 80

200

30

25

20

15

10

-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 60 70 80 90 100 30 Relative Innenluftfeuchtigk. air relative humidity of inner(%) (%) 10 25 20 15 Innenluft - Temperatur (C) inner air temperature (C)

EXAMPLE: At a temperature of external air -25oC and temperature of inner air +25o C condensate appears on the surface of the panel SNV-60 only at relative humidity of the inner air exceeding 79 %.

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E xterna l tem peratu re (C )

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2.1.7. Panel End Cut Back Fire-proof panels Trimoterm SNV can be delivered with a cut back in the bottom side of the panels.

L Cut back

Cut of bottom steel sheet

Cut back L Cut back in eaves area Overlapping standard 50 mm max. 200 mm

End cut back:

L - cut back

R - cut back

R - cut back
R - A u s k lin k u n g

direction of laying

L - cut back

L - A u s k lin k u n g

direction of laying

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T E N D E R

T E X T

Fire proof ROOF panels TRIMOTERM SNV SNV 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 200
Item No. Description
Fire proof panels TRIMOTERM SNV consists of two profiled, both sides galvanized and coated steel sheet (quality DIN EN 10147) and insulant core made of constructional non-combustible laminated mineral wool of class A1 according to DIN 4102. All three layers are glued in a compact panel. External lining is deeply profiled; the profile of the inner lining is stepped, smooth or V-profile. External and internal panel surfaces are protected with a clear plastic strippable film.

Price EUR/m2

Total EUR

TECHNICAL DATA:
Core Thickness (without trapezoid height): Trapezoid Height: Overall dimension: Cover Width: Panel Length (up to 14.00): Thermal transmittance U: External lining (steel sheet): Colour: Insulation (mineral wool class A1): Inner lining (steel sheet): Colour: Profile type: S-standard, V- profile, G - smooth Roof slope (min. 5 slope):
0

.. mm 37 mm .. mm 1000 mm .. m ..W /m K 0.6 mm RAL.. .. mm 0.6 mm RAL.. type.. .


2 0

Protection: Visible sides of external and inner lining 25 my SP protection (polyester based),
rear side of lining - primer coat 5 my. Anti-corrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8.

Assembly:
ROOF: In the direction of descent of roof slope by means of saddle washer and prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer according to the certificate of use and instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the subconstruction prepared by the investor. FACADE: Vertical or horizontal by prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer according to the regulations and instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor.

Sub-construction:

Quantity: Delivery: Assembly: Delivery and Assembly:

steel, wall thickness 3 mm steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete ................. m2 .................. EUR/m2 .................. EUR/m2

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2.2.

Trimo fire proof panels Trimoterm FTV

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2.2. FIRE PROOF PANELS TRIMOTERM FTV


The fire proof panels Trimoterm FTV are mostly used for facade lining, partition walls, ceilings and various closing methods in industry (e.g. varnishing chambers, drying stoves, etc.). The panels consist of two shallow profiled (or flat) surfaces, both sides galvanised and coated, made of steel sheet of thickness 0.6 mm and a constructional insulation core made of non-combustible laminated mineral wool of class A1 (DIN 4102). All three layers are glued into a compact panel. External and internal panel surfaces are protected with a clear plastic strippable film. 2.2.1. Profile types of fire proof panels Trimoterm FTV Possible profile types of panels Trimoterm FTV: stepped (FTVS) - standard profile V profile (FTVV) micro ribbed (FTVM) flat (FTVG) Trimoterm FTV panels can be chosen in the following combinations: FTVS - standard / standard FTVMV - micro ribbed / V-profile FTVSV - standard / V-profile FTVMG - micro ribbed / flat FTVSG - standard / flat FTVGV - flat / V-profile FTVMS - micro ribbed / standard FTVGG - flat / flat

Fire proof panels FTVs


1000 S ta n d a Standard profile rd p ro fil

S ta n d Standard profile a rd p ro fil

Fire proof panels FTVGS


Glattes Profil Flat profile S
Standard profile Standardprofil

1000

0,4

25

50

50

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Fire proof panels FTVSV


1000

S profile Standard ta n d a rd p ro fil

V-profileV -P ro fil

100

100

Fire proof panels FTVMS

0,4

15

15

M ik r ribbed profile Micro o lin ie r te s P r o fil

1,4

Standard profile
1000

S ta n d a r d p r o fil

Fire proof panels FTVMV

Micro ribbed profille

1000

V- profile

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2.2.2. Fire performance of panels Trimoterm FTV Non- combustible core made of mineral wool class A1 and lining consisting of steel sheet metal of panels Trimoterm FTV assure high level of fire-resistance. The following German certificates related to fire resistance have been issued for panels Trimoterm FTV:
TABLE 4

FTV 60 Panel thickness s (mm) Combustibility of insulant core ( acc to DIN 4102 - 1 ) Fire resistance class W ( acc to DIN 4102 - 3 ) Fire resistance class F ( acc to DIN 4102 - 2 )
60

FTV 80
80

FTV 100
100

FTV 120
120

FTV 150
150

FTV 200
200

non-combustible, classA1 W90-AB F60-AB

F90-AB F120-AB

2.2.3. Technical data for fire proof panels Trimoterm FTV


TABLE 5

FTV 60
Panel thickness s (mm) Weight ( kg/m )
2

FTV 80
80 19.9 0.51 32

FTV 100
100 22.3 0.42

FTV 120
120 24.7 0.35

FTV 150
150 28.4 0.29

FTV 200
200 34.4 0.22

60 Fe 0.6 / Fe 0.6
2

17.5 0.66

U thermal conductivity (W/m K) ** DIN 52 612-1 R Sound reduction (dB) DIN 52 210
w

1000 mm For all panel thicknesses up to 14 m

Cover width Panel Lengths

** Co-efficient U in accordance with ISO 6946 corresponds to co-efficient K in accordance with DIN 4018.

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2.2.4. Corrosion protection Steel sheet is galvanised on both sides by a zinc coat 275 g (Zn)/m2 (DIN EN 10142, DIN EN 10147) and coated. The coating of the steel sheet is performed in a steelworks according to the Coil Coating method (coating and drying in a furnace at temperatures of min. 200 C). Two types of anti-corrosive protection for steel sheet are used: protection based on polyester, marked as SP (standard protection); nominal coat thickness 25my protection based on polyvinyldenfluoride, marked PVDF; nominal coat thickness 25my Standard TRIMO colour shades based on polyester are: - RAL 9002 grey white - RAL 9010 snow white - RAL 9006 aluminium white - RAL 8017 chocolate brown - RAL 7035 light grey - RAL 5010 gentian blue - RAL 3009 oxide red - RAL 1015 light ivory

Other colour shades according to RAL colour scale; PVDF protection and other kinds of protection are possible upon special request.
TABLE 6

Characteristics of coats Class of corrosion protection according to DIN 55928/1 Marking of anti-corrosive system according to DIN 55928/8 Temperature resistance ( oC) Nominal coat thickness (my ) normal atmosphere External town and industrial atmosphere atmosphere severe industrial atmosphere Maritime 1 to 10 km from the coast atmosphere < 1 km from the coast t 25oC , 80 % Conditions t 25oC , > 80 % inside the t 50oC , > 80 % building without heating Cooling up to - 20 oC storage up to - 30 oC
suitable without reservations very suitable

SP III
3-160.2 -20 do +80 25

PVDF III
3-600.1 -30 do +110 25


suitable
- unsuitable

Cleaning of TRIMO panels should be regularly performed. Frequency of cleaning depends on dirtiness and aggressiveness of the environment.

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2.2.5. Structural Performance of panels Trimoterm FTV Structural performances of panels are stated in Section 4.

2.2.6. Thermal performance of fire proof panels Trimoterm FTV Thermal performance of Trimoterm FTV panels is extremely high. Adequate panel thickness is determined according to the technical regulations. Checking of condensate appearance on the panel surface is recommended. According to DIN 4108 diagram No. 1 represents dependence of condensate appearance on the surface of panel Trimoterm FTV on the following variables: temperature of inner air relative humidity external temperature external relative humidity panel thickness

DIAGRAM 1 Panel Thickness (mm)


60 80 ( 100 ) 120 150 200 30 25 20 15 10

-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 60 70 80 90 100 30 25 20 15 10

relative humidity of inner air (%)

inner air temperature (C)

EXAMPLE: At a temperature of external air -25oC and temperature of inner air +25o C condensate appears on the surface of the FTV 60 panel only at relative humidity of inner air exceeding 79 %.

E xterna l tem peratu re (C )


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Fire proof FACADE panels TRIMOTERM FTV FTV 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 200
Item No. Description Fire proof panels TRIMOTERM FTV consist of two shallow profiled or flat, both sides galvanised and a coated lining made of steel sheet (quality DIN EN 10147) and insulant core made of constructional non-combustible laminated mineral wool of class A1 according to DIN 4102. All three layers are glued into a compact panel. External and internal panel surfaces are protected with a clear plastic strippable film. TECHNICAL DATA: Core Thickness: ..mm Cover width: 1000 mm Panel Lengths (up to 14.00 m): . m Thermal transmittance U: .W /m K External lining (steel sheet): 0.6 mm Colour: RAL.. Profile type (S-standard, M-micro ribbed, G-flat, V-profile): Type.. Insulation (mineral wool class A1): ..mm Inner lining (steel sheet): 0.6 mm Colour: RAL.. Profile type: S -standard, V- profile, G- flat Type.. Protection: Visible sides of external and inner lining 25 my of SP protection (polyester based), rear side of lining primer coat 5 my. The anti-corrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8. Assembly: Vertical or horizontal by prescribed screws made of stainless steel, a washer and EPDM sealer according to the regulations and instructions of the manufacturer for fixing on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. Sub-construction: steel, wall thickness 3 mm steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete Quantity: .................. m Delivery: EUR/m .................. EUR/m .................. Assembly: Delivery and assembly:
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Total EUR

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2.3.

Trimo profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO 1000 and TPO Dom

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2.3. PROFILED METAL SHEET TRIMOVAL TPO 1000 AND TPO DOM
Profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO 1000 and TPO Dom are made of both sides galvanised and coated steel sheet, upon special request also Al sheet can be used. On the bottom side of the sheet there is a thin polyurethane coat that prevents the appearance of condensation in case of cooling of the roof. Due to this fact Trimoval TPO 1000 and TPO Dom are mainly used for cladding of insulated roofs, for facades of uninsulated constructions and above all for constructions of ventilated roofs.

2.3.1. Trimoval TPO 1000 Profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO 1000 has the same profile as the external surface fire proof panel Trimoterm SNV. Therfore Trimoval TPO 1000 can be combined with fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV (e.g. on penthouses).

25 25

0,4

37

38

38

10

1000

250

Technical data Steel sheet 0.6 mm Weight (kg/m2) Thermal Transmittance U (W/m2K)** Cover width Lengths Min. Roof Slope 7.93 approx. 1.9 1000 mm up to 14 m 5o

** Co-efficient U in accordance with ISO 6946 corresponds to co-efficient K in accordance with DIN 4018.

Profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO 1000 is made of galvanised and coated, deep profiled steel sheet in a thickness of 0.6 mm. The bottom side of the steel sheet is covered with a 8 - 10 mm coat of hard polyurethane foam that is protected by aluminium foil. Trapezoids are filled with mineral wool. External profiled sheet surface is protected with a clear plastic strippable film.

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2.3.2. Trimoval TPO Dom

Profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO Dom is made of on both sides galvanised and coated deep profiled steel sheet in a thickness of 0.6 mm. The bottom side of the sheet is covered with a 8 - 10 mm coat of hard polyurethane foam that is protected by aluminium foil. External profiled sheet surface is protected with a clear plastic strippable film.

Technical data Steel sheet 0.6 mm Weight (kg/m2) Thermal transmittance U (W/m2K)** Cover width Lengths Min. Roof Slope 6.5 1.24 1050 mm 2 -14 m 5o

** Co-efficient U in accordance with ISO 6946 corresponds to co-efficient K in accordance with DIN 4018.

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2.3.3. Corrosion protection


Steel sheet is galvanised on both sides by a zinc coat of 275 g (Zn)/m2 (DIN EN 10142, DIN EN 10147) and coated. The coating of the sheet is performed in a steelworks according to the Coil Coating procedure (coating and drying at temperatures of min. 200 C). Two types of corrosion protection are used for steel sheet: protection based on polyester marked as SP (standard protection) and nominal coat thickness of 25 my protection based on polyvinylidenfluoride marked as PVDF and nominal coat thickness of 25 my Standard TRIMO colour shades based on polyester are: - RAL 9002 grey white - RAL 9010 pure white - RAL 9006 - aluminium white - RAL 8017 chocolate brown - RAL 7035 light grey - RAL 5010 gentian blue - RAL 3009 oxide red - RAL 1015 light ivory

Other colour shades according to RAL colour scale. PVDF protection and other kinds of protection are possible upon special request. Paint characteristics Class of corrosion protection according to DIN 55928/1 Marking of anti-corrosive system according to DIN 55928/8 Temperature resistance ( oC) Nominal coat thickness ( my ) normal atmosphere External town and industrial atmosphere atmosphere severe industrial atmosphere Maritime 1 to 10 km from the coast atmosphere < 1 km from the coast Conditions t 25oC , 80 % inside the t 25oC , > 80 % building t 50oC , > 80 % without heating up to - 20 oC Cooling storages up to - 30 oC
suitable without qualifications very suitable suitable

SP III 3-160.2 -20 to +80 25

PVDF III 3-600.1 -30 to +110 25


- unsuitable

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Cleaning of TRIMO profiled metal sheet should be performed regularly. Frequency of cleaning depends on dirtiness and aggressiveness of the environment.

2.3.4. Structural performance of TPO and TPO Dom profiled steel sheets Structural performance of TPO and TPO Dom profiled metal sheet are stated in Section 4.

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T E N D E R

T E X T

Roof / Facade Profiled Sheet Metal TRIMOVAL TP0 Dom


Item No. Description Profiled sheet metal TRIMOVAL type TP0-Dom is made of galvanised and coated deep profiled steel sheet metal (quality DIN EN 10147) with 8-10 mm polyurethane coat against condensate appearance. Aluminium foil protection from the bottom side. TECHNICAL DATA: Trapezoid Height: Mounting Width: Lengths (up to 14.00 m): Sheet metal panelling (steel sheet metal): Colour: Condensation prevention (hard PU foam): Inner side (Al foil) Roof slope (min 5 ):
0

Price EUR/m

Total EUR

25 mm 1050 mm ..m 0.6 mm RAL . 8-10 mm ..


0

Protection: The visible side is protected with 25 my SP protection (polyester based) and the rear side with 5 my prime coat. Anti-corrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8. Assembly: ROOF: In the direction of descent of roof inclination by means of saddle washers and prescribed screws made of stainless steel with washers and EPDM sealer according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. FACADE: Vertical or horizontal with prescribed screws made of stainless steel with washers and EPDM sealer according to the instructions of the manufacturer for assembling on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. Sub-construction: steel, wall thickness 3 mm steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete .................. m EUR/m .................. EUR/m ..................
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Quantity: Delivery: Assembly: Delivery and assembly:

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T E N D E R

T E X T

Roof / Facade Profiled sheet metal TRIMOVAL type TP0 - 1000


Item No. Description Profiled sheet metal TRIMOVAL type TP0-1000 is made of galvanised and painted, deep profiled sheet metal (quality DIN EN 10147) with a 8-10 mm polyurethane coat against condensate appearance. Aluminium protection from the bottom side. TECHNICAL DATA: Trapezoid height: Mounting width: Length (up to 14.00 m): Sheet metal panelling: Colour: Coat (hard PU foam): Inner side (Al foil) Roof inclination (min inclination 5 ):
0

Price EUR/m

Total EUR

37 mm 1000 mm .. m 0.6 mm RAL. 8-10mm .....


0

Protection: The visible side 25 my, protection SP (based on polyester), rear side prime paint 5 my. Anti-corrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8. Assembly: ROOF: In the direction of descent of the roof inclination by means of spherical caps and prescribed screws made of stainless steel with washers and EPDM sealer in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. FACADE: Vertical or horizontal with prescribed screws made of stainless steel with washers and EPDM sealer in accordance with the instructions of the investor for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. Sub-construction: steel, wall thickness 3 mm steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete .................. m EUR/m .................. EUR/m ..................
2 2 2

Quantity: Delivery: Mounting: Delivery and mounting:

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2.4.

Trimo profiled metal sheet Trimoval TP 650, TP 850 and TP 1000

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2.4. PROFILED METAL SHEET TRIMOVAL TP 1000, 850, 650


Types of profiled metal sheet like Trimoval TP 1000, TP 850 and TP 650 are intended for cladding of uninsulated roofs and facades or as final cladding of ventilated roofs and facades. The sheet is made of both sides galvanised and coated steel sheet, upon special request also aluminium sheet can be used.

2.4.1. Trimoval TP 1000 Profiled metal sheet Trimoval TP 1000 has the same profile as the external surface of fire proof panels Trimoterm SNV and can therefore be combined with fire proof panel Trimoterm SNV (e.g. on penthouses).

25 25

0,4

37

38

38

1000

250

Technical data

Steel sheet 0.6 mm Weight (kg/m2) Cover width Lengths Min. Roof inclination 5.9 1000 mm up to 14 m 5

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2.4.2. Trimoval TP 850

Technical data

Steel sheet 0.6 mm Weight (kg/m2) Cover width Lengths Min. Roof slope 6.2 850 mm up to 14 m 6

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2.4.3. Trimoval TP 650

25
11

55

1.7

7 650

162.5

Technical data

Steel sheet 0.6 mm Weight (kg/m2) Cover width Lengths Min. Roof slope 6.8 650 mm up to 14 m 5

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2.4.4. Corrosion protection Steel sheet is galvanised on both sides by a zinc coat of 275 g (Zn)/m2 (DIN EN 10142, DIN EN 10147) and coated. The coating of the metal sheet is performed out in a steelworks according to Coil Coating procedure (coating and drying in a furnace at temperatures of min. 200 C). Two types of anti-corrosive protection for steel sheet are used: protection based on polyester marked as SP (standard protection) and nominal coat thickness of 25 my, protection based on polyvinylidenfluoride marked as PVDF and nominal coat thickness of 25 my. Standard TRIMO colour shades based on polyester are so: - RAL 9002 grey white - RAL 9010 pure white - RAL 9006 -- aluminium white - RAL 8017 chocolate brown - RAL 7035 light grey - RAL 5010 gentian blue - RAL 3009 oxide red - RAL 1015 light ivory

Other colour shades according to RAL colour scale, PVDF protection and other kinds of protection are possible upon special request.
TABLE 7

Characteristics of coats Class of corrosion protection according to DIN 55928/1 Marking of anti-corrosive system according to DIN 55928/8 Temperature resistance (C) Nominal coat thickness (my) normal atmosphere External town and industrial atmosphere atmosphere severe industrial atmosphere Maritime 1 to 10 km from the coast atmosphere < 1 km from the coast t 25oC , 80 % Conditions t 25oC , > 80 % inside the t 50oC , > 80 % building without heating up to - 20 C Cooling storages up to - 30 C
suitable without qualifications very suitable suitable

SP
III 3-160.2 -20 to +80 25

PVDF
III 3-600.1 -30 to +110 25


- unsuitable

Cleaning of TRIMO panels should be performed regularly. Frequency of cleaning depends on dirtiness and aggressiveness of the environment. 2.4.5 Structural Performance of TP profiled steel sheets Structural performances of TP profiled steel sheet are stated in Chapter 4.

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Roof/Facade Profiled Sheet Metal TRIMOVAL TP 1000


Item No. Description Profiled metal sheet TRIMOVAL TP 1000 is made of galvanised and coated deep profiled steel sheet (quality DIN EN 10147). External profiled sheet surface is protected with a clear plastic strippable film. TECHNICAL DATA: Trapezoid height: Cover width: Lengths (up to 14.00 m): Material (steel sheet metal): Colour external: Colour inner: Roof slope (min. 5 inclination) Price EUR/m
2

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37 mm 1000 mm .. m 0.6 mm RAL ................ Prime coat .................

Protection: Visible side 25 my SP protection (polyester based), rear side primer coat 5 my. Anticorrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8. Assembly: ROOF: In the direction of descent of roof slope by means of saddle washers and prescribed screws, washers and EPDM sealer as well as wooden trapezoid pegs according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the subconstruction prepared by the investor. FACADE: Vertical or horizontal with prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. Sub-construction: steel, wall thickness 3 mm steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete .................. m EUR/m .................. EUR/m ..................
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Roof /Faade Profiled Sheet Metal TRIMOVAL TP 850


Item No. Description Profiled metal sheet TRIMOVAL TP 850 is made of galvanised and coated deep profiled steel sheet (quality DIN EN 10147). TECHNICAL DATA: Trapezoid Height: Cover Width: Lengths (up to 14.00 m): Material (steel sheet metal): Colour external: Colour inner: Roof slope (min. 6): Price EUR/m
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37,2 mm 850 mm m 0.6 mm RAL ................ Primer paint ................

Protection: Visible side 25 my SP protection (polyester based), rear side primer coat 5 my. Anticorrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8. Assembly: ROOF: In the direction of descent of roof inclination by means of spherical caps and prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer as well as wooden trapezoid pegs according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. FACADE: Vertical or horizontal by prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. Sub-construction: steel, wall thickness 3 mm steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete .................. m EUR/m .................. EUR/m ..................
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Roof/Faade Profiled Sheet Metal TRIMOVAL TP 650


Item No. Description Profiled metal sheet TRIMOVAL TP 650 is made of galvanised and coated deep profiled steel sheet (quality DIN EN 10147). TECHNICAL DATA: Trapezoid height: Cover width: Lengths (up to 14.00 m): Material (steel sheet metal): Colour external: Colour - inner: Roof slope (min. 5): Price EUR/m2 Total EUR

55 mm 650 mm m 0.6 mm RAL.. Primer paint ................

Protection: Visible side 25 my SP protection (polyester based), rear side primer coat 5 my. Anti-corrosive protection complies with DIN 55928/T8. Assembly: ROOF: In the direction of descent of roof inclination by means of spherical caps and prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer as well as wooden trapezoid pegs according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on the sub-construction prepared by the investor. FACADE: Vertical or horizontal by prescribed screws made of stainless steel, washers and EPDM sealer according to the instructions of the manufacturer for mounting on a sub-construction prepared by the investor. steel, wall thickness 3 mm Sub-construction:
steel, wall thickness >3 mm timber concrete

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Object Support frame Window cill flashing Window head flashing Jamb flashing Blind rivet ___x___ Thermal insulation Sealing putty Angle rail Inner flashing

Type NOO OOS-FTV OOZ-FTV MOK

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3

Appendix 3

TABLES OF SPANS AMONG SUPPORTS


CONTENTS
Trimoterm roof panels in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001

Trimoterm SNVTS,

tN = 0,60 / 0,60 mm,

d/D = 60/98 mm d/D = 80/118 mm d/D = 100/138 mm d/D = 120/158 mm d/D = 150/188 mm d/D = 200/238 mm

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Trimoterm faade panels in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001

Trimoterm FTVSS,

tN = 0,60 / 0,60 mm,

d = 60 mm d = 80 mm d = 100 mm d = 120 mm d = 150 mm d = 200 mm

3/9 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14

Notes: Tables of spans among supports - faade panels Trimoterm FTVSS are valid also for combination of wainscots Trimoterm FTVMS. EXAMPLE OF READING
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/3 -

Allowed distances among supports for roof panel Trimoterm SNVTS 60, tN = 0.60/0.60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load cases due to own weight, snow, wind, temperature and long-term load activity. The following should be considered: Table of allowed distances are valid for facilities with normal inner climate and maximum roof inclination of 25. Table of spans among supports are valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4. The maximum impact pressure has been considered - 1.3 kN/m2 (height of facility 100 m). Allowed distances among supports are stated in metres [m]. See front page for reading of required width.

Deflexion amounts to max. l/100 under consideration of all unfavourable loads in accordance with Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Section 7.6, including long-term loads (additional line in colour group marked by (f)). Fixing of panels shall be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Paragraph 3.4.2..

Ingenieurbro Berner & Gruber GmbH


Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/4 -

Allowed distances among supports for roof panel Trimoterm SNVTS 80, tN = 0.60/0.60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load cases due to own weight, snow, wind, temperature and long-term load activity. The following should be considered: Table of allowed distances are valid for facilities with normal inner climate and maximum roof inclination of 25. Table of spans among supports are valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4. The maximum impact pressure has been considered - 1.3 kN/m2 (height of facility 100 m). Allowed distances among supports are stated in metres [m]. See front page for reading of required width.

Deflexion amounts to max. l/100 under consideration of all unfavourable loads in accordance with Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Section 7.6, including long-term loads (additional line in colour group marked by (f)). Fixing of panels shall be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Paragraph 3.4.2..

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/5 -

Allowed distances among supports for roof panel Trimoterm SNVTS 100, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load cases due to own weight, snow, wind, temperature and long-term load activity. The following should be considered: Table of allowed distances are valid for facilities with normal inner climate and maximum roof inclination of 25. Table of spans among supports are valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4. The maximum impact pressure has been considered - 1.3 kN/m2 (height of facility 100 m). Allowed distances among supports are stated in metres [m]. See front page for reading of required width.

Deflexion amounts to max. l/100 under consideration of all unfavourable loads in accordance with Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Section 7.6, including long-term loads (additional line in colour group marked by (f)). Fixing of panels shall be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Paragraph 3.4.2..

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/6 -

Allowed distances among supports for roof panel Trimoterm SNVTS 120, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load cases due to own weight, snow, wind, temperature and long-term load activity. The following should be considered: Table of allowed distances are valid for facilities with normal inner climate and maximum roof inclination of 25. Table of spans among supports are valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4. The maximum impact pressure has been considered - 1.3 kN/m2 (height of facility 100 m). Allowed distances among supports are stated in metres [m]. See front page for reading of required width.

Deflexion amounts to max. l/100 under consideration of all unfavourable loads in accordance with Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Section 7.6, including long-term loads (additional line in colour group marked by (f)). Fixing of panels shall be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Paragraph 3.4.2..

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/7 -

Allowed distances among supports for roof panel Trimoterm SNVTS 150, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load cases due to own weight, snow, wind, temperature and long-term load activity. The following should be considered: Table of allowed distances are valid for facilities with normal inner climate and maximum roof inclination of 25. Table of spans among supports are valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4. The maximum impact pressure has been considered - 1.3 kN/m2 (height of facility 100 m). Allowed distances among supports are stated in metres [m]. See front page for reading of required width.

Deflexion amounts to max. l/100 under consideration of all unfavourable loads in accordance with Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Section 7.6, including long-term loads (additional line in colour group marked by (f)). Fixing of panels shall be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Paragraph 3.4.2..

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/8 -

Allowed distances among supports for roof panel Trimoterm SNVTS 200, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load cases due to own weight, snow, wind, temperature and long-term load activity. The following should be considered: Table of allowed distances are valid for facilities with normal inner climate and maximum roof inclination of 25. Table of spans among supports are valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4. The maximum impact pressure has been considered - 1.3 kN/m2 (height of facility 100 m). Allowed distances among supports are stated in metres [m]. See front page for reading of required width.

Deflexion amounts to max. l/100 under consideration of all unfavourable loads in accordance with Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Section 7.6, including long-term loads (additional line in colour group marked by (f)). Fixing of panels shall be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, Paragraph 3.4.2..

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/9a -

Allowed distances among supports for panel Trimoterm FTVSS 60, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load combination of wind and temperature. The following should be considered: Allowed distances are stated in metres [m] and are valid for direct fixing by maximum 3 screws per metre and on the place of intermediate supports. Table of spans among supports is valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4, with normal inner climate and is not valid for facilities in tower-form. Additionally, the table shows the required width of load bearing surface for concrete distances among supports in millimetres [mm]. The number of the right stands above the span among supports the required width of load bearing surface on final supports and the number under the span among supports stands for the required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports. Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, paragraph 3.4.2. Deflexion is limited to maximum l/100 for individual load cases: wind pressure, wind gust and differences in temperature as well as unfavourable combination of load cases - wind with summer temperature - in this case wind load is limited to 60%. In case this is of vital importance, an additional line is stated (marked by (f)). Fixing should be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Table of spans among supports are valid also for a combination of profiles Trimoterm FTVMS.

Example of reading:
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
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Required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports [mm]

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/10a -

Allowed distances among supports for panel Trimoterm FTVSS 80, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load combination of wind and temperature. The following should be considered: Allowed distances are stated in metres [m] and are valid for direct fixing by maximum 3 screws per metre and on the place of intermediate supports. Table of spans among supports is valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4, with normal inner climate and is not valid for facilities in tower-form. Additionally, the table shows the required width of load bearing surface for concrete distances among supports in millimetres [mm]. The number of the right stands above the span among supports the required width of load bearing surface on final supports and the number under the span among supports stands for the required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports. Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, paragraph 3.4.2. Deflexion is limited to maximum l/100 for individual load cases: wind pressure, wind gust and differences in temperature as well as unfavourable combination of load cases - wind with summer temperature - in this case wind load is limited to 60%. In case this is of vital importance, an additional line is stated (marked by (f)). Fixing should be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Table of spans among supports are valid also for a combination of profiles Trimoterm FTVMS.

Example of reading:
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
92

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Required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports [mm]

4.1/7

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/11a -

Allowed distances among supports for panel Trimoterm FTVSS 100, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load combination of wind and temperature. The following should be considered: Allowed distances are stated in metres [m] and are valid for direct fixing by maximum 3 screws per metre and on the place of intermediate supports. Table of spans among supports is valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4, with normal inner climate and is not valid for facilities in tower-form. Additionally, the table shows the required width of load bearing surface for concrete distances among supports in millimetres [mm]. The number of the right stands above the span among supports the required width of load bearing surface on final supports and the number under the span among supports stands for the required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports. Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, paragraph 3.4.2. Deflexion is limited to maximum l/100 for individual load cases: wind pressure, wind gust and differences in temperature as well as unfavourable combination of load cases - wind with summer temperature - in this case wind load is limited to 60%. In case this is of vital importance, an additional line is stated (marked by (f)). Fixing should be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Table of spans among supports are valid also for a combination of profiles Trimoterm FTVMS.

Example of reading:
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
92

Allowed span among supports [m]


Required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports [mm]

4.1/8

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/12a -

Allowed distances among supports for panel Trimoterm FTVSS 120, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load combination of wind and temperature. The following should be considered: Allowed distances are stated in metres [m] and are valid for direct fixing by maximum 3 screws per metre and on the place of intermediate supports. Table of spans among supports is valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4, with normal inner climate and is not valid for facilities in tower-form. Additionally, the table shows the required width of load bearing surface for concrete distances among supports in millimetres [mm]. The number of the right stands above the span among supports the required width of load bearing surface on final supports and the number under the span among supports stands for the required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports. Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, paragraph 3.4.2. Deflexion is limited to maximum l/100 for individual load cases: wind pressure, wind gust and differences in temperature as well as unfavourable combination of load cases - wind with summer temperature - in this case wind load is limited to 60%. In case this is of vital importance, an additional line is stated (marked by (f)). Fixing should be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Table of spans among supports are valid also for a combination of profiles Trimoterm FTVMS.

Example of reading:
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
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Required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports [mm]

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/13a -

Allowed distances among supports for panel Trimoterm FTVSS 150, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load combination of wind and temperature. The following should be considered: Allowed distances are stated in metres [m] and are valid for direct fixing by maximum 3 screws per metre and on the place of intermediate supports. Table of spans among supports is valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4, with normal inner climate and is not valid for facilities in tower-form. Additionally, the table shows the required width of load bearing surface for concrete distances among supports in millimetres [mm]. The number of the right stands above the span among supports the required width of load bearing surface on final supports and the number under the span among supports stands for the required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports. Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, paragraph 3.4.2. Deflexion is limited to maximum l/100 for individual load cases: wind pressure, wind gust and differences in temperature as well as unfavourable combination of load cases - wind with summer temperature - in this case wind load is limited to 60%. In case this is of vital importance, an additional line is stated (marked by (f)). Fixing should be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Table of spans among supports are valid also for a combination of profiles Trimoterm FTVMS.

Example of reading:
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
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Required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports [mm]

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Projekt: Typenstatik Trimo, 11-2001, Anlage 3 - 3/14a -

Allowed distances among supports for panel Trimoterm FTVSS 200, tN = 0,60/0,60 mm
The distances among supports stated further on are proved in accordance with Sales Certificate No. Z-10.4-240 of 20 August 2001 for the least favourable load combination of wind and temperature. The following should be considered: Allowed distances are stated in metres [m] and are valid for direct fixing by maximum 3 screws per metre and on the place of intermediate supports. Table of spans among supports is valid for closed facilities in accordance with DIN 1055, Part 4, with normal inner climate and is not valid for facilities in tower-form. Additionally, the table shows the required width of load bearing surface for concrete distances among supports in millimetres [mm]. The number of the right stands above the span among supports the required width of load bearing surface on final supports and the number under the span among supports stands for the required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports. Colour groups I (very bright), II (bright) and III (dark) - see Sales Certificate, Appendix A, paragraph 3.4.2. Deflexion is limited to maximum l/100 for individual load cases: wind pressure, wind gust and differences in temperature as well as unfavourable combination of load cases - wind with summer temperature - in this case wind load is limited to 60%. In case this is of vital importance, an additional line is stated (marked by (f)). Fixing should be proved for each individual case (deviation of screw head and fixing with respect to wind gust). Table of spans among supports are valid also for a combination of profiles Trimoterm FTVMS.

Example of reading:
Required width of load bearing surface on final supports [mm] 46

5,65
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Required width of load bearing surface on intermediate supports [mm]

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Allowed loading is determined with respect to DIN 18807. The criteria of maximal sagging l/150 and allowed tension in material have been considered

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2.0 1.60 1.95 1.95

3.0 1.40 1.55 1.70

Single-span load-bearing support Double-span load-bearing support Triple-span load-bearing support

REMARKS: - Allowed distances between supports are in metres! - The values stated are valid at minimal support in the final support 40 mm and minimal support on intermediate supports 60 mm!

Trimoval TPO Dom

Allowed loading are determined on the basis of measuring.

TPO Dom / Fe 0.6 mm Loading kN/m


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REMARKS: - Allowed distances between supports are in metres! - The values stated are valid at minimal support in the final support 40 mm and minimal support on intermediate supports 60 mm! - The values stated are valid for single, double and triple span load-bearing supports.

Trimoval TP 1000

Allowed loading is determined with respect to DIN 18807. The criteria of maximal sagging l/150 and allowed tension in material have been considered

TP 1000 / Fe 0.6 mm Loading kN/m


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REMARKS: - Allowed distances between supports are in metres! - The values stated are valid at minimal support in the final support 40 mm and minimal support on intermediate supports 60 mm!

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TP 850 / Fe 0.6 mm Loading kN/m2 Single-span load-bearing support

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2,30 2,40 2,27

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REMARKS: - Allowed distances between supports are in metres! - The values stated are valid at minimal leaning on supports of 60 mm and the criterion of max. sagging in case of a single span support l/150, and l/300 in case of double and triple span supports.

Trimoval TP 650
TP 650 / Fe 0.6 mm Loading kN/m
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1.50 2.70

1.75 2.50

Distance between supports

REMARKS: - Allowed distances between supports are in metres! - The values stated are valid at minimal support in the final support 40 mm and minimal support on intermediate supports 60 mm! - The values stated are valid for single, double and triple span load-bearing supports.

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5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. Packing, transport and storing Instructions for assembly Fastening Sealing with respect to Building Physics

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TRANSPORT, STORING AND ASSEMBLY 5.1. Packing, transporting and storing

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5.1 PACKING, TRANSPORT AND STORING


5.1.1 Panel packing Packing for truck transport: Panels are packed into stacks in a height from 200 to 1200 mm. Panel stack is placed on a Styro foam base up to the height of 100 mm. Varnished panel surfaces are protected by a self-protective foil that is removed at the stage of mounting of separate panel. Each stack is protected by protective cardboard elements and watertight wrapped by stretch machine packing foil. Maximal dimensions of staples including packaging: Max. width: 1150 mm Max. height: 1320 mm Max. length: 14150 mm Max. weight: 3500 kg Side view:

Panels and coated elements are wrapped by a packaging foil

Cover Corner element Label Front side Styro

Handling instructions

Elements of packaging:
Cover made of 5-ply cardboard- thickness 5 mm

Corner elem. distance piece (glued elem. 4x5-ply cardboard-20 mm)

PACKAGE MIDDLE

Styro

Cardboard bottom(glued elem. 4x5-ply cardboard 20 mm thick )

A = 1030 mm Trimoterm FTV, module width 1000 mm A = 1100 mm Trimoterm SNV, module width 1000 mm The height H depends on the number and thickness of panels in a stack.

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Packing for combined transport truck wagon Maximal dimensions of staples including packaging: Max. width: 1200 mm Max. height: 1350 mm Max. length:14200 mm Max. weight: 3500 kg Side view:
Before assembling sides the panels and bottom are wrapped by a packaging foil Wooden frame Boards

Steel profile for package hanging when lifted

Instructions for handling

Cover:
Steel band Wooden board Boards

Bottom:

Boards

Pallet

Pallet:
Wooden board

A = 1030 mm Trimoterm FTV, module width 1000 mm A = 1100 mm Trimoterm SNV, module width 1000 mm

Steel profile for hanging of packages during lifting:

Chipboard of board

L=steel profile length

A = 1100 mm Trimoterm FTV, module width 1000 mm A = 1180 mm Trimoterm SNV, module width 1000 mm

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Packing for railway wagon transport: Maximal dimensions of staples including packaging: Max. width: 1250 mm Max. height: 1350 mm Max. length: 14200 mm Max. weight: 3500 kg Side view:
Before assembling sides the panels and bottom are wrapped by a packaging foil

Wooden frame

Boards

Steel profile for hanging when packages is lifted

Handling instructions

Cover:
Steel band Wooden board Boards

Bottom:

Boards

Pallet

Pallet:

Wooden board

A = 1030 mm Trimoterm FTV, module width 1000 mm A = 1100 mm Trimoterm SNV, module width 1000 mm

Chipboard or board

Note: A steel profile for handing is added for loading from wagon onto a wagon when a package is lifted.

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5.1.2 Transport
Transport of Trimoterm light building panels from the factory to a site of assembly is performed by trucks or rail. The load should be fastened on a means of transport by textile bands. A crane or crane lorry can be used for transporting stacks, and a forklift truck for stacks shorter than 6 m. Moving or pushing of stacks by fork points is not permitted. When stacks are transported by a crane no steel wires could be used, but transport bands of suitable load bearing capacity should be urgently applied. When loading stackes attention should be paid so that the centre of gravity is between the forks or transport bands. Only one staple should be transported at a time. When unloading from a truck the tarred canvas of the truck should be fully uncovered, the bearing frame of the tarred canvas should be fully (also from sides) removed so that panels could not get damaged upon lifting. Transport by a forklift truck is permitted only for stack length up to 6 m:

ALWAYS TRANSPORT ONLY ONE STACK AT A TIME! Lifting by all kinds of cranes should be carried out by a transport carrier:
Transport carrier Distance L=1000 Transport band

Bremenska nosilka
min.600

L/6

2/3 L L

L/6

Adjusting board or steel profile for package hanging

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Transport binding
Binding for transport by truck

Stacks are to be fixed on a truck by textile bands at a maximal distance of 2.5 m. The use of steel cable or wire for binding is not permitted. A board in a thickness of 5 cm and width of min. 20 cm should be placed under each band over both stacks. Textile bands should be put on the Styro foam place and minimally 20 cm from the joint of a chipboard or cardboard. In case there is no Styro foam placed where the stacks should be tied, it should be additionally inserted. When stretching textile bands the joint between a board and the top panel in the stack should be controlled. Attention should be paid since no deformation of the top panel sheet metal could be caused. During transport a driver should control the load stability on a truck and tightness of bands from time to time. Should bands get too loose, they should be adequately re-stretched.

When unloading stacks the handling instructions enclosed should be strictly followed. Any other handling method might cause damage.

Transport band

Board in a thickness of 5 cm

Min. 20 cm

5 cm

5 cm

2 - 2.5m

Binding for transport by wagon:

Packages on a wagon should be tied among each other and on the means of transport wagon. Packages are tied by a steel rope in a distance of approx. 2.5 m or at least each package twice. Smaller packages should be tied together and protected against moving. Packages are fixed on a wagon by textile stripes or wire. When wire is used sheet metal should be placed under edge area sheet metal size approx. 15 cm x 15 cm. Special attention should be paid since the top panel should not get deformed.

When unloading stacks the handling instructions enclosed in the stacks should be strictly followed. Any other handling method might cause damage.
Transport band Lining sheet metal 2 - 2,5 m Wire Board in a thickness of 5 cm 2 - 2,5 m min. 20 cm 5 cm 5 cm

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5.1.3 Storing
When storing Trimo building panels the following should be considered: It is recommended to store staples in the original packaging. When storing panels in the open air, they should be protected against the sun. If they are not protected the removal of the protective foil on panels might be difficult. It is recommended to remove the foil after three months. Stacks should be placed on a flat and solid surface so that a stacks does not sink or slide onto the ground, which is dangerous specially in winter, when ice is formed on the foil.

Package arrangement:
Low packages

max. 2,4 m

min. 0,1 m High packages

max. 2,4 m

min. 0,1 m

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5.2.1 Mounting Instructions Roofs made of Trimoterm SNV panels General instructions and recommendations Roof panels Trimoterm SNV can be screwed into roof load-bearing purlins made of steel, wood or concrete with a steel profile built in (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1

Minimal roof inclination min. = 3o (~5 %) and maximal allowed distance among supports are to be considered. The distance mentioned is determined in TRIMO technical documentation - Allowed distances among supports for Trimoterm SNV roof panels (Fig. 2). Required measures regarding roof inclination are determined in Section 5.4.

Fig. 2

Minimal width of panel placing on intermediate supports is 60 mm, and 40 mm on edge supports (Fig. 3). Panels Trimoterm SNV have a protective foil on top and bottom faces in order to protect varnished surfaces from any possible damage that might occur during transport, handling or mounting. From the bottom face the foil is removed directly before mounting of a separate panel. The top foil is removed directly before conclusion of works. Where it is necessary the foil is removed already during mounting (for example on a longitudinal joint of two panels, under screws, flashing ... (Fig. 4).

Fig. 3
m min. 60 m

m min. 40 m

Intermediate support

Edge support

Fig. 4

If panels are stored for a longer period of time, the foil should be removed latest after the expiry of three months. When panels are stored in the open air, they should be protected against the sun. If this is not done, removal of the foil can be difficult.

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In case panels are cut during mounting only the use of scissors and saws is permitted that do not heat the spot cut to a high temperature (Fig. 5). High temperature causes destruction of anti-corrosive protection in immediate vicinity of the spot cut. Therefore use of various grinding machines is prohibited for this purpose! All small metal particles that appear as a consequence of cutting and drilling should be immediately removed from panel surfaces or in worst case when days work has been finished. Marking and scratching by wire nails or any other sharp objects that might damage the protective paint coating are prohibited. Before each panel is mounted it should be checked if the end trapezoid placed on a neighbouring panel (Fig. 6) is completely clean. If not, it should be cleaned well!

Fig. 5

Fig. 6

On longitudinal sides there is mineral wool in the panels protected by self-adhesive tape. The tape need not be removed before mounting (Fig. 6a).

Fig. 6a

Panel transfer Use of vacuum grippers with a protective device is recommended for lifting and placing of panels on the place of building in as it is shown in Fig. 7. On places where a vacuum gripper sucks the panel a protective foil should be removed from the panel before it is lifted. The procedure of panel placing on a roof is shown in Fig. 8.
Fig. 7

Fig. 8

The use of mechanical grippers is also possible where panel placing is performed according to the stages presented in Fig.9. In case of light panels manual transfer and mounting are also possible.

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Fig. 9

Mech. gripper

Sph.cap

Panel screwing

Fig. 10
Seal

Only screws made of stainless steel, stainless steel washers of a diameter 19 mm and EPDM seals can be used for screwing. Minimal screw thickness is 6.3 mm. Panels are fixed exclusively on trapezoid places. It is necessary to use spherical caps with seals (Fig. 10).

Self-cutting screws of type A (Fig. 11) are used for fixing in wood purlins and thin steel purlins (steel thickness up to 3 mm). Self-cutting screws of type B (Fig. 11) are used for fixing in steel purlins in a thickness of 3 mm or more. Use of self-drilling screws of type C (Fig. 11) is allowed for fixing in steel purlins.

Fig. 11

Type A

Type B

Type C

In case of fixing onto a steel sub-construction by means of screws of type A and type B a hole of a suitable diameter should be drilled through a panel and sub-construction in accordance with the instructions of the screw producer. As an example, the table presents necessary drilled hole sizes of the producer SFS Stadler. In case screws of type C are used, no preliminary drilling of holes is permitted.

Sub-construction thickness [ mm ]
2.0 - 3.0 (Type A) 3.0 - 3.9 4.0 - 4.9 5.0 - 5.9 6.0 - 10.0 >10.0

Drilled hole diameter [ mm ]


5.00 5.05 5.35 5.65 5.80 5.85

In accordance with the instructions of screw producer screw length depends on the thickness of Trimoterm panel and kind of sub-construction.

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When tightening screws attention should be paid since they should not be too loose or too tight. Correct tightening is shown in Fig.12.
Fig. 12

Correct

Too loose

Too light

Before screws are tightened, the protective foil should be removed from these places (Fig. 13). Finally, the foil is removed before work on the roof is finished.

Fig. 13

Additional connecting screws of longitudinal joints Longitudinal joints among panels should be additionally connected by screws SXL2-S16-6.3x25 (producer SFS Stadler). Distance between neighbouring screws should not exceed 1.5 m (Fig. 13a).

Fig. 13a

max. 1,5 m

B L

max. 1,5 m

max. 1,5 m

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Required number of screws The following facts influence the required number of screws:
Fig. 14

wind power that depends on the location of a building and its height above the ground, type of building (open, partially open, closed buildings), position on a roof (edge or corner areas are exposed to gust of wind (Fig. 14), panel colour and static system, load-bearing capacity of one fixing place.

Required number of screws is determined by an expert in statics in accordance with the standards and regulations of an individual country. The principle of screw arrangement with respect to the number calculated is presented in Fig. 15. It is recommended that a detailed calculation for a separate building is prepared by TRIMO technical department.
Fig. 15

1 screw per panel on each purlin 2 screws per panel on each purlin

3 screws per panel on each purlin 4 screws per panel on each purlin Sealing of longitudinal joint between panels During mounting special attention should be paid to panel squeezing. There should be no air pocket in the longitudinal joint between neighbouring panels (Fig. 16)!
Fig. 16

PE seal 3x15mm

Requirement for sealing of longitudinal joints between Trimoterm panels is discussed in detail in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to constructionphysical conditions. Generally it holds true that a sealing tape 3x15 mm should be additionally inserted for roof inclinations from 3 to 5, i.e. under a cover trapezoid. Simultaneously the joint on the inner (warm) side should be sealed (Fig. 17).

Fig. 17

Seal

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When a seal (Fig. 17) should be inserted in the longitudinal joint on the inner (warm) side of the roof, it is manually inserted before the following panel is mounted, according to the method presented in Fig. 18.

Fig. 18

In case butyl or silicone putty should be inserted in the longitudinal joint, it is applied according to the method presented in Fig. 19 and Fig. 20. Putty is inserted in an individual joint before the following panel is mounted.

Fig. 19

Fig. 20

ca 3 mm ca 5 mm
Places where other sealing materials are inserted are evident from TRIMO Type details. Performance of some details
Drain

Before the first panel is placed, it should be checked if the geometry of the sub-construction is correct. The first panel is placed in the end axis of the building by adequate alignment in the eaves, rectangular to longitudinal axis of the building. Panels in the eaves should have a drain made in a length of 50 mm in order to prevent mineral wool moistening in a panel (Fig. 21). The drain is usually made by cutting off bottom sheet metal and mineral wool when the panel is made in TRIMO.

Fig. 21
m min. 50 m

To be protected from spraying

Left and right drains are to be distinguished (Fig. 22).


Fig. 22

Left drain

Right drain

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In case of a double pitch roof the left and right drains enable simultaneous mounting on both panes of a roof from the same side (Fig. 23).

Fig. 23

10 - 15

Regardless of roof inclination the sheet metal of the panels in the drain should be additionally bent among trapezoids at an angle of 450 downward (Fig. 24). Bending should be performed by adequate plumbing tools.

Fig. 24

45

Panel prolongation When roof panes are long (maximal panel length is 14 m) longitudinal panel prolongation is required. In such case a detail of longitudinal prolongation is performed as it is shown in Fig. 25.
Fig. 25 Fig. 26

9 63 8
Pos.1 Pos.2 Pos.3 Pos.4 Pos.5 Pre-compressed expansion tape 2/10x15 mm Sealing tape 3 x 50 mm Screw kniping Spherical cap Connecting screw SFS SXL2 S16-6.3x25

7 6 54 32 1

52 74 1

Correct sequence of panel mounting is presented in Fig. 26 always from eaves to ridge! Sequence of mounting including comments is presented in Figures from 27 - 33.

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Fig. 27

Fig. 28

Pre-compressed expansion seal 2/10x15 mm

Pre-compressed expansion seal 2/10x15 mm

1
PE seal 3x50 mm PE seal 3x15 mm

Mounting of the following panel with 200 mm overlap. Before mounting the overlapping part should be cleaned spotlessly. In the joint the mineral wool of the top panel should be tightly placed on the bottom panel.

Application of a seal on a purlin where prolongation is performed, double pulin or expanded single purlin is required (min. purlin width 100 mm). Application of pre-compressed expansion seal 2/10x15 mm in two lines.

Fig. 29

PE seal 3x15 mm

2 1

Fig. 30 Pre-compressed expansion seal 2/10x15 mm

2 3 1

PE seal 3x15 mm

Application of seal in longitudinal joint of a top panel.

Application of pre-compressed expansion seal 2/10x15 mm in two lines.


Fig. 32

Fig. 31 PE seal 3x15 mm

4 2 1

2 3
Additional seal in longitudinal joint.

Placement of fourth panel; overlap 200 mm

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Fig. 33

Performance of overlap screwing: Fixing screws (detail A) in accordance with the calculation of screwing or minimally on each second trapezoid. Connecting screws SFS SXL2-S16-6.3x25 (detail B) on each trapezoid 50 mm above the panel end.

Ridge of a double pitch roof Sequence of mounting:

Fig. 34

Inner ridge mask (Pos. 2) is placed on ridge purlins. Sealing tape made of foamed polyethylene or foamed PVC 3 x 15 mm (Pos. 6) is previously glued on this mask. Gradually, Trimoterm SNV panels are placed and screwed on the left and right side. On panel edge the top sheet metal is bent in a length of 30 mm as it is shown in Fig. 35. Bending should be performed by adequate plumbing tools. Seal profile filler SN negative is placed on panels - Pos.5 (Fig.36). Panel masks (Pos. 3) are placed on profile filler, onto which butyl tapes (Pos. 7) are fixed. Empty places under a ridge tile are filled by compressible mineral wool (Pos.4). Finally, a ridge tile is placed (Pos.1). Ridge tiles are longitudinally prolonged by a plumbing joint or overlap of min. 200 mm and sealed by neutral silicone putty inserted in minimally three lines. Ridge tile should be fixed on each second panel fold by screws 6.3 x 25 mm.

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6 Pos. 7 Pos. 8

Ridge tile Ridge mask Panel mask (not standard) Thermal insulation Profile filler SN - negative Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Butyl tape 2 x 6 mm (not standard) Screw kniping
30

Fig. 35
90

Fig. 36

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Final suspension gutter Sequence of mounting:

Fig. 37
9 12 13 15 14

Trimoterm SNV panels are placed from the side conditioned by the panel drain. In case snow guards are mounted on the building, fixing in the end purlin is performed through a snow guard (Pos. 15). A seal made of foamed EPDM in a thickness of 2 mm should be additionally inserted between a snow guard and Trimoterm SNV panel. Sheet metal in the drain should be additionally bent at an angle of 450 in a length of 10-15 mm (Fig. 24). External panel mask (Pos. 6) is riveted from the external side. In Trimoterm SNV panel, gutter handles are placed in the filling material under the top. They are fixed on the top sheet metal by two screws. Spherical caps are used for screwing. While arranging handles special attention should be paid to their length since they assure gutter inclination.

5 2 1 8 11 7 10

6 3 4

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6 Pos. 7 Pos. 8

Gutter holder Gutter Outlet connection Outlet pipe Gutter mask External mask Thermal insulation Inner mask

Pos. 9 Pos. 10 Pos. 11 Pos. 12 Pos. 13 Pos. 14 Pos. 15

Screw kniping Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Blind rivet Spherical cap Snow guard Sealing tape Screw kniping

Gutter (Pos. 2) is placed on handles and fixed by suitable bending of fixing sheet metal on handles. Place between a faade panel and roof panel Trimoterm SNV is filled by mineral wool of low specific weight (Pos. 7) from the inner side. Inner mask (Pos. 8) is riveted from the inner side onto which sealing tape made of foamed polyethylene or foamed PVC 3 x 15 mm (Pos. 6) should be previously fixed.
12 11 10 5 6 9

Middle gutter neck gutter

Fig. 38
1 2

Sequence of mounting: First the inner mask of the neck gutter (Pos. 3) is placed on an end purlin. Seal made of foamed polyethylene or foamed PVC dim. 6x15 mm (Pos. 10) is fixed on the mask of neck gutter. Load-bearing handles of the gutter (Pos. 2) are arranged over the mask. Correct arrangement assures adequate inclination that is required for water discharge. Mineral wool is placed on the mask of the neck gutter (Pos. 4). Gutter (Pos. 1) is placed on handles and fixed by adequate bending of fixing sheet metal on handles. Trimoterm SNV panels are placed from the side, conditioned by the panel drain.

4 3 7 8

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6

Inner gutter - neck gutter Gutter bearer Inner mask Thermal insulation Mask Screw kniping

Pos.7 Pos. 8 Pos.9 Pos. 10 Pos. 11 Pos. 12

Outlet connection Outlet pipe Profile filler SN - positive Sealing tape 6 x 15 mm Screw kniping Spherical cap

Sheet metal in the drain should be additionally bent at an angle of 450 in a length of 10-15 mm (Fig. 24).

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Panels are fixed into load-bearing purlins over spherical caps. From the bottom side masks (Pos. 5) are also screwed on the drain part under which profile filler SN-positive (Fig. 39) is inserted.
Fig. 39

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5.2.2 Mounting Instructions - Faades made of Trimoterm FTV panels General instructions and recommendations Faade panels Trimoterm FTV can be screwed onto a faade sub-construction made of steel, wood or concrete with a steel profile built in (Fig. 1).
Fig. 1

Vertical and horizontal placing of Trimoterm FTV panels is possible. In case of a horizontal faade the panels should be correctly turned so that water draining is possible (Fig. 2).
Fig. 2

Vertical faade

Horizontal faade Fig. 3

Minimal width of panel placing on intermediate supports is 60 mm and 40 mm on end supports (Fig. 3). Maximal allowed distance among supports depends on several factors and is determined in TRIMO technical documentation Allowed distances among supports for Trimoterm FTV faade panels.
min. 60 mm

min. 60 mm

min. 40 mm

End support

Intermed. support

Horizontal support

Fig. 4

There is mineral wool on longitudinal sides of panels that is protected by self-adhesive tape (Fig. 4). The tape need not be removed before mounting.

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On the top and bottom sides there is a protective foil on Fig. 4a Trimoterm FTV panels; its purpose is protection of varnished surfaces from any possible damage that might occur during transport, handling and mounting. The foil should be removed from the rear side before mounting of an individual panel. The foil on the front side is to be removed immediately before the work is concluded. Where it is necessary the foil can be removed already during mounting (for example on a longitudinal joint of two panels, under screws, flashing ...(Fig. 4a). If panels are stored for a longer period of time, the foil should be removed latest after the expiry of three months. When panels are stored in the open air, they should be protected against the sun, since the removal of the foil can be difficult. In case panels are cut during mounting the use of scissors and saws is permitted since they do not heat the spot cut to a high temperature (Fig. 5). High temperature causes destruction of anti-corrosive protection in immediate vicinity of the spot cut. Therefore, the use of various grinding machines is prohibited for this purpose! All small metal particles that appear as a consequence of cutting and drilling should be immediately removed from panel surfaces, but in the worst case when day's work has been finished.
Fig. 5

Marking and scratching by wire nails or any similar sharp objects that might damage the protective paint coating are strictly prohibited.

Panel transfer
Mounting begins in the end axis of an individual faade. Before panels are mounted it should be checked if the geometry of sub-construction is correct since it is a precondition for quality performance. In case of geometrical irregularities, they should be eliminated by suitable cutting of initial and end panels. The panels are leant on a fundamental angle block that partly transfers vertical loading. Vacuum grippers are recommended for lifting and arrangement of panels on the place of mounting in case of a vertical faade (Fig. 6). On places where vacuum grippers suck a panel, the protective foil should be removed before the panel is lifted. Mechanical grippers can be also used for vertical faades (Fig. 7). Dimensions of grippers and pins should be determined statically with respect to thickness and weight of panels. Drilling holes for pins are made on places that are later on covered by flashing or where PVC plugs are inserted.
Fig. 6

Fig. 7

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Use of special mechanical grippers that are placed on a longitudinal joint of Trimoterm FTV Panels (Fig. 8) is recommended for mounting of a horizontal faade. Two grippers are required for work with a lift. The grippers are delivered only if ordered and in scope of panel supply including instructions for work with grippers.

Fig. 7a

Fig. 8

min.50 mm min.50 mm

Panel screwing
Only screws made of stainless steel, with stainless steel washers of a diameter 19-mm and EPDM seals can be used for screwing. Minimal screw thickness is 6.3 mm. Minimal distance from the panel edge should be considered (Fig. 8).

Fig. 9

Type A

Type B

Type C

Self-cutting screws of type A (Fig. 9) are used for fixing onto wood purlins and thin steel purlins (steel thickness up to 3 mm). Self-cutting screws of type B (Fig. 9) are used for fixing onto steel purlins in a thickness of 3 mm and more. Selfdrilling screws of type C (Fig. 9) are used for fixing onto steel purlins.

In case of fixing onto a steel sub-construction and use of screws of type A and type B a hole of adequate diameter should be drilled through a panel and subconstruction in accordance with the instructions of the screw producer. The table presents some examples of required drilling hole sizes of the producer SFS Stadler. In case screws of type C are used, preliminary drilling of holes is not permitted.

Sub-construction thickness [ mm ] 2.0 - 3.0 (Type A) 3.0 - 3.9 4.0 - 4.9 5.0 - 5.9 6.0 - 10.0 >10.0

Drilling hole diameter [ mm ] 5.00 5.05 5.35 5.65 5.80 5.85

In accordance with the instructions of screw producer screw length depends on the thickness of Trimoterm panel and kind of sub-construction When tightening screws special attention should be paid since they should not be too loose or too tight. Correct tightening is shown in Fig. 10.
Fig.10

Corerct

Too loose

Too tight

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Before screws are tightened the protective foil should be removed on these places (Fig. 11). Finally the foil is removed before the work is finished or when there is no grave danger of panel damaging.

Fig. 11

Required number of screws


Fig. 12

The following facts influence the number of screws:

wind power that depends on the location of a building and height above the ground type of building (open, partly open, closed buildings) position on a faade (edge areas in a width of up to 2 m are more exposed to a gust of wind) (Fig. 12) panel colour and static system load-bearing capacity of one fixing place

Required number of screws is determined by an expert in statics in accordance with the standards and regulations of an individual country. The principle of screw arrangement with respect to the number calculated is shown in Fig. 13. Each panel should be fixed by minimally two screws on each purlin. It is recommended that a detailed calculation for an individual building is prepared by TRIMO technical department.
Fig. 13
50 900 50

2 screws per panel on each purlin


50 450 450 50

3 screws per panel on each purlin


50 300 300 300 50

4 screws per panel on each purlin


50 225 225 225 225 50

5 screws per panel on each purlin

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Sealing During mounting special attention should be paid to panel squeezing. There should be no air pocket in the longitudinal joint between neighbouring panels (Fig. 14)! Required sealing of longitudinal joints between Trimoterm panels is discussed in detail in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to construction-physical conditions.
Fig. 14

Fig. 15

When a seal should be inserted in the longitudinal joint on the inner (warm) side of the faade (Fig. 15), the seal is inserted manually, before the following panel is mounted - as it is shown in Fig. 16.

Fig. 16

Seal

In case butyl or silicone putty should be inserted in a longitudinal joint, it is inserted according to the method shown in Fig. 17 and Fig. 18. Putty is inserted in an individual joint before the following panel is mounted. Places of insertions other sealing materials are evident from TRIMO type details
Fig. 17 Fig. 18

ca 3 mm ca 5 mm

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Performance of some details


Connection of a faade to the fundamental beam Mounting begins in the final axis of the building. Before the first panel is fixed it should be checked if the geometry of the sub-construction and faade length are correct. In case the length is by approx. 10 20 cm shorter than the module multiple of Trimoterm FTV panel (module width = 100 cm), it is recommended to cut the panel longitudinally at the beginning to adequate width so that a faade starts and ends by similar panel width. Faade panel Trimoterm FTV should not protrude more than 600 mm over the fundamental beam onto which a panel is screwed; h 600 mm (Fig. 20). Sequence of mounting:
Fig. 19

Before an individual panel is mounted, a cut should be


made in mineral wool in a width of approx. 2-mm, 21-mm from the external side and approx. 30 - 35 mm in depth. The cut is required for the performance of a drain. The cut should be made by means of an adequate guide by a circular saw or a knife. In case the external sheet metal on the panel edge is more than 21 mm deep, it should be preliminarily cut.
Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6 Fundamental angle block Drain Sealing tape 30 x 20 mm Anchor screw Screw kniping Fundamental profile

Fundamental angle block (Pos. 1) is screwed in the concrete fundamental beam at an adequate height. It serves as horizontal levelling. The profile (Pos. 6) is screwed on the top of the fundamental beam. It should assure vertical levelling and should be aligned with the other faade profiles. Sealing tape is fixed on the concrete beam. It should be placed very close to the bottom fundamental profile Pos.1. When the first panel is mounted, a fundamental drain element (Pos. 2) is placed under the panel. The panel is placed onto a suitable place, leaning on an angle block Pos. 1, aligned with respect to the sub-construction and screwed. Corner final element Sequence of mounting: First the inner corner mask is placed on faade profiles (Pos.2) and temporarily fixed (i.e. riveted to faade profiles. Sealing tape made of foamed polyethylene or foamed PVC 3x15 mm (Pos. 4) is previously fixed on a mask. Requirement for sealing tape is determined in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to constructionphysical conditions. On the first faade the panel is placed without any additional cutting. In case Trimoterm FTV panels are fixed whose thickness exceeds 120 mm, the second panel, inner sheet metal and mineral wool should be cut accordingly.
Fig. 20

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5

Corner external mask Inner mask Thermal insulation Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Blind rivet

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Cutting is recommended also in case of thinner panels. The first panel is therefore screwed slightly over the level of faade profiles of the second faade. Space between the panels should be filled with well compressible mineral wool (Pos.3). External corner mask is placed on the corner and riveted by min. 2 rivets / m1 on each edge. Inner corner mask is riveted in the same way. Prolongation of the mask on the external side should be performed by an overlap of min. 50-mm.

Faade prolongation In case of higher faades a detail of faade prolongation should be performed (max. panel length is 14 m). Prolongation is performed on an expanded or double purlin (Fig. 21). Minimal support width shall be 100 mm (50 + 50). Sequence of mounting: First sealing tape (Pos. 3) is fixed on the faade profile. Requirement for sealing tape is determined in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to construction-physical conditions. Bottom set of faade panels Trimoterm FTV is screwed. Load-bearing angle block is riveted on the faade profile (Pos.1). Soft mineral wool (Pos. 5) is inserted between the load-bearing angle block and bottom panel. Before each top panels is mounted mineral wool should be cut in a width of approx. 2 mm, 21 mm from the external side and approx. 30 - 35 mm deep. Cutting is required for the performance of a drain element. The cut should be made by means of a suitable guide, by a circular saw or knife. In case external sheet metal is more than 21 mm deep on the panel edge, it should be preliminarily cut. When the first external top panel is mounted, a drain element (Pos. 2) is placed under the panel. The panel with a drain element is placed on an adequate spot, leant on an angle block Pos. 1, aligned with respect to the sub-construction and screwed. Special attention should be paid to a screw that should not pierce the drain. Drain prolongation should be performed by an overlap and sealed by seal putty.
Fig. 21

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6

Load-bearing Drain Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Screw kniping Thermal insulation Blind rivet

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Fixing of horizontal faade panels - Variant 1 Panels Trimoterm FTV are suitable also for horizontal lying. Thereby, panels should be correctly placed so that water draining is possible (see Fig. 2). Advantage of horizontal lying is the fact that no additional sub-construction (faade profiles) is required, since basic supports could be used. Due to the fact that sheet metal thickness of these supports usually exceeds 10 mm it is necessary to additionally weld pipes or similar profiles with thinner sheet metal (Fig. 22) on them because of screwing problems. Minimal placing width should not be shorter than 100 mm (50 +50).
Fig. 22

Sequence of mounting: First a sealing tape (Pos. 3) is fixed on a faade profile. Requirement for sealing tape is determined in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to construction-physical conditions. Strengthening elements should be inserted (Pos. 2) before an individual panel is screwed. For the insertion of strengthening elements a cut should be made in mineral wool under the sheet metal. Space between the left and right panel should be filled with soft mineral wool (Pos. 4). Finally a cover flashing (Pos. 1) is fixed over the screws. Preliminarily, butyl-sealing putty is fixed on the flashing. The flashing is riveted by min. 2 rivets /m1 on each edge. When horizontal and vertical faades are performed by Trimoterm FTV panels it should be tried hard to place screws on spots that are not visible or could be covered by plumbing elements as it is shown in Fig. 22.

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos .4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6 Pos. 7 Fig. 23


1 2 3 4

Panel mask Strengthening profile Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Thermal insulation Screw kniping Blind rivet Butyl-sealing tape 2 x 6 mm

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5 Pos. 6

Trimoterm FTV AL profile by a cover and seals Screw kniping Thermal insulation Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Steel pipe

Fixing of horizontal faade panels by Al fixing profile Fixing by Al profile enables fast and esthetical fixing without any visible fixing elements. The panels are placed directly on the supports of load-bearing construction. Since they are usually made of sheet metal whose thickness exceeds 8 mm a pipe (Pos. 6) should be additionally welded because of the screwing problems. Before panels are finally fixed by Al profile, they are temporarily fixed by Z profile and kniping screws 6.3 x 25 mm. Z profile is inserted in a preliminarily cut made under the inner sheet metal of the panel and riveted as it is shown in Fig. 24. Z profile is inserted on the top panel edge (Fig. 25).
Fig. 24
1

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3

Trimoterm FTV Steel Z profile Blind rivet

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Fig. 25

4 3 2
Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Trimoterm FTV Steel Z profile Steel pipe 3x40/40 Steel support

Before panels are mounted sealing tape 3x15 mm should be fixed on the supports. Before Al profile is fixed an empty space should be filled with mineral wool. Front prolongation of Al profile should be performed by sealing gluing by polyurethane adhesive (e.g. Sikaflex). Required number of screws per m1 of Al profile is determined with respect to the static calculation or in accordance with Trimo Technical Instructions (TNV-11).

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5.2.3 Mounting Instructions - Faades made of Trimoterm SNV panels


General instructions and recommendations Trimoterm SNV panels can be screwed on the faade sub-construction made of steel, wood or concrete with a steel profile built in (Fig. 1).
Fig. 1

Minimal width of panel support on intermediate supports is 60 mm and 40 mm on an end support (Fig. 2). Max. allowed distance among supports depends on several factors and is determined in TRIMO Technical Documentation Allowed distances among supports for Trimoterm SNV faade panels.

Fig. 2

min. 40 mm

Final support

min. 60 mm

Intermediate support

Fig. 3

There is mineral wool on longitudinal sides of panels that is protected by a self-adhesive tape (Fig.3). The tape need not be removed before the assembly.

Trimoterm SNV panels have a protective foil on the top and bottom sides in order to protect varnished surfaces against possible damage caused during transportation, handling and assembly. The foil is removed from the backside before the assembly of an individual panel. The foil on the front side is removed directly before the work is finished. On the places where this is necessary, the foil is removed already during the assembly (i.e. on the longitudinal joint of two panels, under screws, flashing ...(Fig. 4)

Fig. 4

If panels are stored for a longer period of time, the foil is to be removed latest after the expiry of three months. When panels are stored in the open air, they should be protected against the sun, otherwise the foil removal might be problematic.
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In case panels are cut during the assembly, only the use of scissors and saws is permitted since scissors and saws do not heat the place of cutting to a high temperature (Fig. 5). High temperature causes destruction of anticorrosive protection in the immediate vicinity of the place of cutting. Therefore, the use of various grinding machines is prohibited for this purpose! All small metal particles that appear as a consequence of cutting and drilling are to be immediately removed, in the worst case they shall be removed from the panel surfaces when the work of the day has been finished.

Fig. 5

Marking and use of wire nails or any other sharp objects that might damage the protective paint coating are prohibited.

Panel transportation The assembly starts in the final axis of an individual faade. Before the assembly of a panel starts, the correctness of sub-construction geometry shall be checked which is a pre-condition for quality performance. In case of incorrect geometry corrections will be made by adequate cutting of initial and final panels. Panels are leaned on a fundamental angle block that partly transmits vertical loading. When panels are to be lifted and placed to the site of building - in case of a vertical faade- the use of vacuum grippers / clams is recommended (Fig. 6). On places where a vacuum gripper / clam sucks the panel the protective foil should be removed from the panel before it is lifted.
Fig. 6

Fig. 7

Use of mechanical grippers / clams is also possible (Fig.7). Dimensions of the gripper / clamp and plugs are to be statically determined in relation to the thickness and weight of panels. Boreholes for the plugs are made on spots that are subsequently covered by flashings or PVC pegs are inserted.

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Panel screwing Only stainless steel screws with stainless steel washers having a diameter of 19 mm and EPDM sealers can be used for screwing. Minimal screw thickness is 6.3 mm. Panels are fixed on spots among trapezoids, the position in the middle is recommended (Fig. 8).

Fig. 8

125 mm

125 mm

Fig. 9

Self-cutting screws of type A are used for fixing into wood purlins or thin steel purlins (steel thickness up to 3 mm) (Fig. 9). Self-cutting screws of type B are often used for fixing in steel purlins in a thickness of 3 mm (Fig. 9). Self-drilling screws of type C (Fig. 9) are allowed for fixing in steel purlins. In case of fixing on the steel sub-construction and use of screws of types A and B, a hole of a suitable diameter is to be drilled through the panel and subconstruction in accordance with the instructions of the screw producer. The table presents the required borehole sizes of the producer SFS Stadler. In case of screws of type C drilling of holes in advance is not permitted.

Type A

Type B

Type C

Sub-construction thickness [ mm ]
2.0 - 3.0 (Type A) 3.0 - 3.9 4.0 - 4.9 5.0 - 5.9 6.0 - 10.0 >10.0

Borehole diameter [ mm ]
5.00 5.05 5.35 5.65 5.80 5.85

Screw length depends on a thickness of Trimoterm panel and kind of a sub-construction in accordance with the instructions of the screw producer. When tightening screws attention should be paid, since they should not be too loose or too tight. Correct tightening is shown in Fig. 10.
Fig. 10

Correct

Too loose

Too tight

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Before screws are placed the protective foil should be removed on these places (Fig. 11). Finally, the foil is removed before the work is finished or when there is not grave danger that the panels might get damaged.

Fig. 11

Required number of screws Required number of screws is influenced by:


Fig. 12

Wind power that depends on the location of the facility and height of the building above the ground, Type of facility (open, partially open, closed facilities), Location on the faade (edge areas in a width of 2 m are more exposed to a gust of wind (area B Fig. 12) Panel colour and static system Load bearing capacity of one fixing place.
Required number of screws is determined by an expert in statics in compliance with standards and regulations of an individual country. The principle of screw arrangement in relation to the calculated number is presented in Fig. 13. Each panel should be fixed by a minimum of two screws on each purlin. It is recommended that the detailed calculation for an individual facility is made by the TRIMO technical department.
Fig. 13

2 screws per panel on each purlin

3 screws per panel on each purlin

4 screws per panel on each purlin

Sealing
During the assembly sealing of panels deserves special attention. There should be no air pocket in a longitudinal joint between the neighbouring panels (Fig. 14).
Fig. 14

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The requirement for sealing of longitudinal joints between Trimoterm panels is described in detail in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to constructional and physical conditions.

Fig. 15

PE sealer 3x15 mm

Sealer

When a sealer is to be inserted in the longitudinal joint on the inner (warm) side of the faade (Fig. 15) it should be manually inserted before the assembly of the next panel, in a way presented in Fig. 16.

Fig. 16

In case that butyl or silicone putty is to be inserted in the longitudinal joint, it is applied in a way presented in Fig. 17 and 18. Putty is to be inserted in the joint before the assembly of the next panel starts.
Fig. 18 Fig. 17

ca 3 m m ca 5 m m

Places of insertion of other sealing materials are evident from TRIMO Type Details. Performance of some details
Fig. 19

Connection of the faade to the fundamental beam The assembly starts in the edge axis of the facility. Before the first panel is fixed the correctness of the sub-construction geometry and faade length shall be checked. It is recommended that the first panel is longitudinally cut to an adequate width so that the faade is begun and ended with approximately the same distance of the first trapezoid from the corner of the facility. Faade panel Trimoterm SNV shall not reach more than 600 mm over the fundamental support in which the panel is screwed; h 600 mm (Fig. 19).

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5

Fundamental angle block Sealing tape 30x20 mm Anchor bolt Wedge bolt Fundamental profile
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Sequence of assembly: Fundamental angle block is screwed into the concrete fundamental beam at a suitable height Item 1. It serves for horizontal levelling. Profile Item 5 is screwed to the top of the fundamental beam. It should help achieve the vertical levelling and it shall be in the same surface as other faade profiles. Sealing tape is fixed on the concrete beam. It shall be placed nearest to the bottom fundamental profile Item 1. Panel is placed on a suitable place, leaned on the angle block- Item 1 and levelled with respect to the sub-construction and screwed. Corner finishing element Sequence of assembly Initially, inner corner mask (Fig. 20, Item 2) is placed on faade profile and it is temporarily fixed (i.e. riveted on faade profiles). Sealing tape made of foamed polyethylene or foamed PVC 3 x 15 mm (Item 4) is previously fixed on the mask file). The requirement for the sealing tape is determined in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to constructional physical conditions. Panel without any additional cutting is placed on the first faade. In case when Trimoterm SNV panels in a thickness exceeding 120 mm are used, the inner sheet metal and part of mineral wool are to be cut from the next panel.
Fig. 20

Pos. 1 External corner mask Pos. 2 Inner mask Pos. 3 Thermal insulation Pos. 4 Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm Pos. 5 Blind rivet

Cutting is recommended also in case of thinner panels. The first panel is therefore screwed slightly over the surface of faade profiles of the next faade. The space between the panels is to be filled by well-compressed mineral wool (Item 3). External corner mask is placed on the corner and riveted by minimally 2 rivets / m1 on each edge. The inner corner mask is riveted in the same way. Prolongation of the mask on the external side is to be performed by an overlapping of min. 50 mm. Prolongation of faade In case of higher faades a detail of faade prolongation is to be performed (max. panel length is 14 m). Prolongation is performed on an expanded or double purlin (Fig. 21). Minimal support width shall be 100 mm (50 + 50). Sequence of assembly: The load-bearing angle block is riveted on the faade profile (Item 1). Sealing tape is fixed (Item 2). Requirement for sealing tape is determined in Section 5.4 Sealing of Trimoterm panels with respect to constructional physical conditions. Bottom series of faade panels Trimoterm SNV is screwed. Soft mineral wool (Item 4) is inserted between the load-bearing angle block and bottom panels. Top series of panels with overlapping of 50 mm is screwed on the sub-construction. If the dripping part is cleaned from the bottom side should be checked before the assembly of an individual panel starts.
Fig. 21

Pos. 1 Pos. 2 Pos. 3 Pos. 4 Pos. 5

Load beaing angle block Sealing tape 3x15 mm Wedge bolt Thermal insulation Blind rivet

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5.2.4 Mounting Instructions Roofs made of profiled sheet metal with Trimoval TPO

General instructions and recommendations Roof panels Trimoval TPO 1000 and Trimoval TPO Dom can be screwed onto load-bearing purlins made of steel, wood or concrete with a steel profile built in (Fig. 1).
Fig. 1

Minimal roof inclination min. = 5o (8.8 %) and maximal allowed distance among supports should be considered. The distance is determined in TRIMO technical documentation Allowed distances among supports for Trimoval TPO 1000 and Trimoval TPO Dom roof panels (Fig. 2).

Fig. 2

Minimal width of panel placing on intermediate supports is 60 mm, and 40 mm on edge supports (Fig. 3).

Fig. 3
m min. 60 m

m min. 40 m

Edge support

There is a foil on Trimoval TPO panels on the top surface in order to protect varnished surfaces from any possible damage that might occur during transport, handling and mounting. The foil is removed immediately before the work is finished. Where it is necessary the foil is removed already during mounting (e.g. on a longitudinal joint of two panels, under screws, flashing ...(Fig. 4). If panels are stored for a longer time, the foil should be removed latest after the expiry of three months. When panels are stored in the open air, they should be protected against the sun; otherwise the removal of foil can be difficult.

Interm. support

Fig. 4

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Fig.5

Before each panel is mounted, it should be checked if the end trapezoid, placed on the neighbouring panel (Fig. 5) is completely clean. If it is not, it should be cleaned spotlessly!

On all places where water comes from the panel (at the drain, neck gutter, behind openings, ...) the polyurethane sprayed coating should be completely removed from the bottom face of a panel in a length of min. 50 mm (Fig. 6).

Fig. 6

min.50 mm

Fig. 7

In the drain the sheet metal of panels should be additionally bent among trapezoids at an angle of 450 downward (Fig. 7). Bending should be performed by special plumbing tools.

On the edge part of the panels in the ridge the sheet metal should be bent on the lowest part among trapezoids at an angle of 900 upward in a length of 2530 mm regardless of the roof inclination. Before bending polyurethane should be removed from the bottom face on this place. Bending should be performed by special plumbing tools (Fig. 8).

Fig. 8

In case of longer roof panels a detail of panel prolongation (Fig. 9) should be performed. Before the top panel has been mounted, it should be checked if the overlapping part has been cleaned well. Minimal length of the overlap is 200 mm. Precompressed expansion sealing tape should be fixed on the bottom panel in two lines, the top panel placed and screwed. Screwing should be performed by use of spherical caps with washers, minimally on each second trapezoid, or in accordance with the screwing calculation. Besides these screws additional connecting screws SFS SXL2-S16-6.3x25 (producer SFS Stadler) should be screwed on all trapezoids 50 mm from the panel end.

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Fig. 9

Pos.1 Pos.2 Pos.3 Pos.4

Pre-compressed expansion tape 2/10x15 mm Screw kniping Spherical cap Connecting screw SFS SXL2 S16-6.3x25

In case of TPO roofing that is made of aluminium sheet metal walking on elevated parts of profilation (trapezoids) is prohibited since mechanical damage can be caused. Also in case of steel sheet metal walking on elevated parts of profilation (trapezoids) is not recommended. Walking in the middle part between neighbouring supports should be avoided. Areas in immediate vicinity of supports should be used as main walking paths during mounting. They should be also additionally protected (e.g. by cardboard, foil, wood, ...). Adequate shoes should be worn during mounting. In case a panel is cut during mounting only scissors and saws can be used since they do not heat the spot cut to a high temperature (Fig. 10). High temperature causes destruction of anti-corrosive protection in immediate vicinity of the spot cut. Therefore use of various grinding machines is prohibited for this purpose! All small particles that appear as a consequence of cutting and drilling should be immediately removed from panel surface, but in the worst case latest when the day's work has been finished. Marking or scratching by wire nails or similar sharp objects are prohibited since they might damage protective paint coating. Panel transfer Panels Trimoval TPO 1000 and Trimoval TPO Dom can be lifted by cranes in stacks and temporarily stored on a roof, but only under the condition of a suitable load-bearing roof sub-construction and only on roofs with small inclination (up to 100). For stack lifting only the use of suitable load carrier with distance pieces (Fig. 11) is allowed. Panels on the roof are manually arranged to a right position.
Load carrier Fig. 11

Fig. 10

Distance piece

Load band

L/6

2/3 L L

L/6

Underlying board

Under the condition of safety measures electrical transport ladder can be used for panel lifting onto a roof.

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Panel screwing

Fig. 12

Sp.cap

TPO 1000 Only screws made of stainless steel with stainless steel washers of diameter 19-mm and EPDM seals can be used for screwing. Minimal screw thickness is 6.3 mm. Panels are fixed only on trapezoid places and by obligatory use of spherical caps with washers (Fig. 12). TPO Dom

Seal

Sp.cap

Seal

Self-cutting screws of type A (Fig. 13) are used for fixing in wood purlins and thin steel purlins (steel thickness up to 3 mm). Self-cutting screws of type B (Fig. 13) are used for fixing in steel purlins in a thickness of 3 mm or more. Self-drilling screws of type C (Fig. 139 can be also used for fixing in steel purlins. In case of fixing on a steel sub-construction and use of screws of type A and type B, a hole of suitable diameter should be drilled through a panel and subconstruction in accordance with the instructions of a screw producer. The table presents some examples of required hole sizes of the producer SFS Stadler. In case screws of type C are used, preliminary hole drilling is not permitted. In drilling holes for fixing of panels TPO Dom a stencil should be always used. In the opposite case drill sliding from the top of semi-circular profile might occur. Thereby anti-corrosive protection might be damaged.

Fig. 13

Type A

Type B

Type C

Sub-construction thickness Drilling hole diameter [ mm ] [ mm ]


2.0 - 3.0 (Type A) 3.0 - 3.9 4.0 - 4.9 5.0 - 5.9 6.0 - 10.0 >10.0 5.00 5.05 5.35 5.65 5.80 5.85

With respect to the sub-construction material screwed in minimal screw length for TPO 1000 and TPO Dom is presented in the table.

Screwing in steel sub-construction (thickness x length ... mm) Trimoval TPO 1000 Trimoval TPO Dom 6,3 x 76 6,3 x 64

Screwing in wood sub-construction (thickness x length... mm) 6,5 x 100 6,5 x 90

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When tightening screws special attention should be paid since the screws should not be too loose or too tight. Correct tightening is shown in Fig. 14.

Fig. 14

CORRECT

TOO LOOSE

TOO TIGHT

Before screws are tightened the protective foil (Fig. 15) should be removed on these places. Finally the foil is removed before the work on the roof has been finished.
Fig. 15 TPO 1000

TPO Dom

Additional connecting screws of longitudinal joints Longitudinal joints among panels TPO 1000 should be additionally connected to screws SXL2-S16-6.3x25 (producer SFS Stadler). Distance between neighbouring screws for Trimoval TPO 1000 panels should not exceed 1.0 m for panels made of steel sheet metal or 0.7 m for panels made of aluminium sheet metal (Fig. 15a).

Fig. 15a
A
Fe : m ax. 1,0 m Al: m ax. 0,7 m Fe : m ax. 1,0 m Al: m ax. 0,7 m Fe : m ax. 1,0 m Al: m ax. 0,7 m

B L

Due to shorter allowed distance among supports no connecting screws are needed for Trimoval TPO Dom.

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Required number of screws The following facts influence the number of screws:
Fig. 16

wind power that depends on the location of a building and building height above the ground, type of building (open, partially open, closed), position on a roof (edge or corner areas are more exposed to a gust of wind (Fig. 16), load-bearing capacity of one fixing place.

Required number of screws is determined by an expert in statics in accordance with the standards and regulations of an individual country. The principle of screw arrangement with respect to the calculated number is shown in Fig. 17. It is recommended that a detailed calculation for an individual building is prepared by TRIMO technical department. Screwing by minimally two screws per panel in each purlin is required.

Fig. 17 panel width

2 screws per panel on each purlin

3 screws per panel on each purlin

4 screws per panel on each purlin

Sealing While mounting special attention should be paid to panel squeezing. There should be no air pocket in a longitudinal joint between neighbouring panels! (Fig. 18). Stretching of joints in the arrow direction is prohibited!
Fig. 18

TPO 1000

TPO Dom

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In case of fire-resistant buildings where line snow guards are placed and part of roof in the eaves it is recommended that longitudinal joints between panes are sealed in a length of approx. 200 cm (Fig. 19). Suitable seal is pre-compressed expansion seal 2/10x15 mm, that is inserted in a trapezoid top or cylinder before the following panel is placed (Fig. 20).

Fig. 19
Approx. 200 cm
ca 200 cm

Fig. 20

Seal TPO 1000 TPO Dom

Seal

In case line snow guards are mounted a seal made of foamed EPDM (Fig. 21) should be inserted between a snow guard and top of TPO panel. Places of other seals insertions are evident from TRIMO type details.

Fig. 21

Seal

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FASTENING

5.3.1 Fastening of ROOF panels Trimoterm SNV and profiles with Trimoval TPO sprayed coating

Fig. 1

Spherical cap

Seal Only stainless steel screws (material- No. 1.4301 or 1.4303) with stainless steel washers 19 mm and sealing material EPDM are to be used for fastening. Screwing is to be performed through a trapezoid profile. Use of spherical caps is obligatory (Fig. 1).

Roof panels Trimoterm SNV and profiles with Trimoval TPO sprayed coating can be fastened on purlins made of steel, timber or concrete (with built-in steel profile). Thereby, minimal width of panel supports should be considered. For intermediate supports the minimal width of purlin - 60 mm is to be considered and 40 mm for final ones (Fig. 2).
Fig. 2

Trimoterm SNV:
m min. 60 m

m min. 40 m

Trimoval TPO:
m min. 40 m m min. 60 m

Final support Intermediate support Intermediate support

Final support

Fig. 3

For screwing into timber purlins and thin steel purlins (thickness up to 3 mm) self-cutting screws are used for steel sheet metal of type A, for screwing into steel purlins up to a thickness of 3 mm and over self-cutting screws of type B (Fig. 3) should be used. For screwing into steel purlins self-drilling screws for sheet metal of type C can be also used.

Type A

Type B

Type C

The length of screws depends on thickness of panels and sub-construction.

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5.3.2 Fastening of profiled metal sheet Trimoval TP 1000 For fastening of profiled metal sheet Trimoval TP (TP 1000, TP 850 and TP 650) the same instructions are valid as for the panels Trimoterm SNV and profiled sheet metal with Trimoval TPO sprayed coating. Only trapezoid wooden pins are to be inserted on places of fastening (Fig. 4).
Fig. 4 Spherical cap Trapezoid wooden inlet

Seal

5.3.3 Additional connecting screws of longitudinal joints Longitudinal joints among panels should be additionally connected by screws SXL2-S16-6, 3x25 (producer SFS Stadler). Distance between neighbouring screws for Trimoterm SNV panels should not exceed 1.5 m (Fig. 5)
Fig. 5

max. 1,5 m max. 1,5 m

B L

max. 1,5 m

Distance between neighbouring screws for profiled sheet metal with Trimoval TPO 1000 sprayed coating should not exceed 1.0 m in case of sheet metal or 0.7 m in case of aluminium sheet metal (Fig. 6).

Fig. 6

A
Fe: max.1,0 m Al: max.0,7 m

B L

Fe: max.1,0 m Al: max.0,7 m Fe: max.1,0 m Al: max.0,7 m

5.3.4 Basic methods of fastening FASADE panels Trimoterm FTV,

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5.3.4 Basic methods of fastening FASADE panels Trimoterm FTV, Trimoterm SNV and profiled metal sheet Trimoval TPO and TP Fastening of faade panels Trimoterm FTV
Fig. 7

Only stainless steel screws (material- No. 1.4301 or 1.4303) with stainless steel washers 19 mm and EPDM seals can be used.

Fastening of faade panels Trimoterm SNV:


Fig. 8

The same method of fastening could be also applied for panels Trimoval TPO and TP, if they are used for faade panelling. Panels Trimoterm and profiled sheet metal Trimoval can be screwed on faade purlins made of steel, timber or concrete (with built-in steel profile). Thereby, minimal width of panel supports should be considered. For intermediate supports the minimal width of support is 60 mm and 40 mm for final ones (Fig. 9).
Fig. 9

Trimoterm FTV:

Trimoterm SNV:

Horizontal faade

min. 60 mm

min. 60 mm

min. 40 mm

Final support

Intermediate support

min. 40 mm

Final support

Intermediate support

min. 60 mm

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Fig. 10

For screwing into timber purlins and thin steel purlins (thickness up to 3 mm) self-cutting screws are used for sheet metal of type A. For screwing into steel purlins in a thickness of 3 mm or over self- cutting screws of type B (Fig.10) should be used. For screwing in steel purlins self-drilling screws of type C can be also used.

Type A

Type B

Type C

The length of screws depends on thickness of panels and sub-construction. 5.3.5 Fastening of horizontally placed FASADE panels Trimoterm FTV on steel construction by means of aluminium profile Horizontally placed panels Trimoterm FTV can be fastened by use of a special aluminium profile (Fig. 11) Trimo HF3/1 and cover Trimo HF3/2. In this way screws are hidden. The basic detail of fastening is shown in Fig. 12. Screws presented in Fig. 10 can be used for screwing in a steel construction in accordance with the comment to the Fig. Screw length depends on thickness of panels and sub-construction. Required number of fastening screws, method of temporary mounting fastening and other details are described in documentation Fastening of horizontal faade made of Trimoterm FTV panels on a steel construction.
Fig. 11 Fig. 12

Seal

5.3.6 Fastening of horizontally placed FASADE panels Trimoterm FTV on concrete construction by means of aluminium profile Fastening of Trimoterm FTV panels by means of aluminium profile Trimo HF3/1 (fig. 11) is possible also directly in the concrete construction. Special impact anchors SPIKE D-S producer SFS Stadler (Fig. 13) are used for this purpose. The basic detail of fastening is shown in Fig. 14. Required number of fastening anchors, method of temporary mounting fastening and other details are described in documentation TNV 11/2 Fastening of horizontal faade made of Trimoterm FTV panels on concrete construction.
Fig. 13 Fig. 14

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5.3.7 Determination of required number of screws Required number of screws should be determined mathematically for each separate building. The following facts should be considered: wind power that depends on the location of a building and height of building above the ground (loading example according to DIN 1055-Part 4; for the area of Germany it is presented in Table No. 1), type of building (open, partly open, closed) position on a faade edge areas in a width up to 2 m are more exposed to gust of wind (Fig. 15) panel colour and static system (due to temperature activity of panels there is some additional loading on fastening places in case of multi-span systems) load-bearing capacity of one fastening element.

Fig. 15 Table No. 1 Heigh above ground[m]: od 0 do 8 nad 8 do 20 nad 20 do 100 nad 100 Stopping pressure[N/m ]: 500 800 1100 1300
2

Due to several factors and complexity of determination of required screw number we propose that the calculation is made by TRIMO Technial Department.

5.3.8 Screw arrangement

Roofs made of panels Trimoterm SNV, profiles Trimoval TPO and TP: The calculated number of screws for individual areas (Fig. 15) is always rounded up to a higher number. Each panel should be fastened by at least one screw on each edge profile; i.e. each panel should be fastened by minimally two screws. Maximal number of screws of an individual panel per purlin is 4. Possibilities of screw arrangement are presented in Fig.16. In case a number of screws higher than 4, fastening is possible also by use of spherical caps type B (Fig. 16a) that enables double load-bearing capacity of a fastening place.

Fig. 16

1000 mm

n = 1 screw per panel and purlin n = 2 screws per panel and purlin n = 3 screws per panel and purlin n = 4 screws per panel and purlin

Fig. 16a

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Faades made of panels Trimoterm FTV: The calculated number of screws for individual areas (Fig. 15) is rounded up to a higher number. Each panel should be fastened on each faade purlin by minimally two screws. Minimal distance to panel edge amounting to 50 mm is to be considered (Fig. 7).

Faades made of panels Trimoterm SNV and profiles Trimoval TPO and TP: The calculated number of screws for individual areas (Fig. 15) is rounded up to a higher number. Each panel or profiled sheet metal should be fixed on each faade purlin by minimally two screws. In a joint of profiled sheet metal (Fig. 8) the screw distance amounting to 125 mm from a high trapezoid profile is to be considered.

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TRANSPORT, STORING AND ASSEMBLY 5.4. Sealing with respect to Building Physics

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5.4 SEALING WITH RESPECT TO CONSTRUCTION PHYSICAL CONDITIONS


5.4.1 Water-tightness Roofs Trimoterm SNV: The table presents limiting roof inclinations and measures required for certain inclination: ROOF INCLINATION MEASURES REQURED

3 - 5 ( ~ 5 % - 8,8% )

Sealing of longitudinal joint by PE seal 3x15 mm (Fig. 1). Sealing of joint on internal side (Fig. 1). Placement of additional connecting screws (Fig. 2). Number and arrangement are defined in the instructions for screwing and mounting instructions. Sealing of panel prolongation by pre-compressed expansion sealing tape 2/10x15 mm in two lines (Fig. 3). Detailed presentation in detail AA4/1 and in mounting instructions. Bending of sheet metal on the bottom level among trapezoids, in the drain and ridge (Fig. 4). Only performance of openings with sheet metal above the openings to the ridge is allowed (Fig. 6) in accordance with details AB1/1 and AB2/1. Placement of additional connecting screws (Fig. 2). Number and arrangement are defined in instructions for screwing and mounting instructions. Sealing of panel prolongation by pre-compressed sealing tape 2/10x15 mm in two lines (Fig. 3). Detailed presentation in detail AA4/1 and in mounting instructions. Bending of sheet metal on the bottom level among trapezoids, in the drain and ridge (Fig. 4).

> 5 ( > 8,8 % )

Fig. 1 PE seal 3x15 mm

Sealing of longitudinal joint between Trimoterm SNV panels for roof inclinations from 3 to 5. PE sealing tape 3x15 mm under cover trapezoid, with a seal in a joint on the inner panel side.

Seal Fig. 2

Additional connecting screws are on longitudinal overlaps of neighbouring panels. Number and arrangement are defined in instructions for screwing and mounting instruction.

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Fig. 3

2
Pre-compressed sealing tape 2/10x15 mm

Sealing of panel prolongation by precompressed sealing tape 2/10 x 15mm in two lines. Detailed presentation in type detail AA4/1 and in mounting instructions.

1
PE seal 3x15 mm

Fig. 4
30

Fig. 5

10 - 15

90

45

Bending of sheet metal on bottom level among trapezoids in ridge and drain.

Performance of opening with sheet metal above the opening to the ridge in accordance with details AB1/1 and AB2/1.

Roofs made of Trimoval TPO 1000 and Trimoval TPO Dom: Limit inclination of roof consisting of Trimoval TPO 1000 and Trimoval TPO Dom is 5 (8.8 %).

Faades Trimoterm FTV and Trimoterm SNV: Longitudinal joints of panels Trimoterm SNV and Trimoterm FTV do not require any additional sealing.

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5.4.2 Air-tightness Trimoterm FTV: Under normal conditions in a building additional sealing of longitudinal joints of panels Trimoterm FTV with respect to airtightens is not necessary. Co-efficient of air-tightness for the joint of panels Trimoterm FTV without additional sealing: a10 = 0.03 m3/(hmdaPan) was measured by a laboratory test according to ISO 6589. In case of special conditions in a building (negative or over-pressure) it is recommended to additionally insert a seal in the joint on the inner (warm) side (Fig. 6). Co-efficient of air-tightness for the joint of panels Trimoterm FTV with inserted seal a10 = 0.02 m3/(hmdaPan) was measured by a laboratory test according to ISO 6589.

Trimoterm SNV: Joint of inner sheet metal in panels Trimoterm SNV is identical to joints of panels Trimoterm FTV. With respect to the assurance of air-tightness similar establishments are valid as in case of Trimoterm FTV (Fig.7).
Fig. 6 Fig. 7

Seal 5.4.3 Diffusion of water steam

Seal

On the basis of calculations according to DIN 4108, measurements conducted and practical experience a diagram distinguishing three areas of inner climate conditions in buildings has been prepared. It is based on an assumption of normal, regular room ventilation. It can be applied in Slovenia, Germany and in other countries with similar climate conditions. It is valid for roofs made of panels Trimoterm SNV as well as faades made of panels Trimoterm FTV and Trimoterm SNV.
90

Area C
80 70

Area B

Relative air humidity in a building [%]

60

50

40

Area A

30

20 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

Air temperature in a building [C]

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DIAGRAM AREA:

NECESSARY MEASUREMENTS:

A
(normal climate conditions)

Sealing of longitudinal joints is not necessary, if the inclination is 5 or more. In case additional sealing of joints on the external side is necessary (i.e. roof inclination 3-5) sealing should be performed also on inner (warm) side (Fig. 1). Requirement for additional sealing of inner flashing is evident from type details. A seal (fig. 6 and fig. 7) should be inserted in the longitudinal joint on the inner (warm) side. Requirement for additional sealing of inner flashing is evident from type details. Before a neighbouring panel is mounted, butyl or silicone putty (fig. 8) is inserted in longitudinal joint on the inner (warm) side. Requirement for additional sealing of inner flashing is evident from type details.

B C
(very demanding climate conditions)

(demanding climate onditions)

Fig. 8 Butyl or silicone putty

Approx. 3

approx. 5 mm

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6. REFERENCES

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REFERENCES

References that include constructions where TRIMO fireproof panels have been built in since 1987 are very extensive. They cover the whole Europe, from France, Spain to Syria, from Norway to Greece, from Africa, Middle East to China and Japan. The panels have been built in by well-known investors such as: Rigips, Nestl, Mercedes Benz, BMW, VW, Ford, Ikea, etc.

A detailed reference list would be too long and complex. Therefore only some of the constructions are stated in the appendix.

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REFERENCE LIST OF TRIMO CONSTRUCTIONS AUSTRIA


Investor/Contractor
MBEL LUTZ Austria HOFER Austria ASTAM Austria FRESENIUS KABI Austria BAUHAUS Austria BAUMAX Austria IMF Tertia Austria LUTZ Austria MAGNA Graz, Austria AQUA MONTANA Austria STIPPICH Austria

Location
Vienna Land Sallzburg St. Andr Gratkorn Wiener Neustadt Graz Lannach Klagenfurt Graz Sulz bei Gsing Maria Sall

Year
1999 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Construction
Furniture hall faade Shopping centre faade Production hall faade, roof Storage hall faade Shopping centre BAUHAUS faade Shopping centre MEGA BAUMAX faade Production hall faade Furniture sales centre faade Production hall BMW X3 faade Production hall faade, roof Sales-service centre STIPPICH faade

ALBANIA
Investor/Contractor
ASA Avto Star Albania Tirana, Albania

Location
Tirana

Year
1997

Construction
Car showroom and garage MERCEDES BENZ

BULGARIA
Investor/Contractor
BOYLA Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria COMMERCIAL CENTER 69 Varna, Bulgaria ROHE ENGINEERING Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria STEP Ltd, Varna, Bulgaria TUKI-TZVETKOV Ltd Varna, Bulgaria International Fair Centre BULGARREKLAMA Sofia, Bulgaria

Location
Sofia Varna Varna Bankja Varna Sofia

Year
1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001

Construction
Multi purpose Trade Centre BOYLA Storage hall OMV Petrol Filling Stations Storage hall Casino roof Exhibition Centre

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BIOVET AD Peshtera, Bulgaria GLOBAL MC Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria INOS 1 Ltd, Sofia, Bulgaria LINDER IRRIS Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria ADF Bulgaria Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria AT ENGINEERING Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria ATOMENERGOSTROYPROGRES Ltd Kozloduj, Bulgaria BALKANSTROY Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria EKOELA Ltd Kostinbrod, Bulgaria TOPLIVO Ltd Sofia, Bulgaria

Peshtera Sofia Sofia Gotze Delchev Doupnitza Prvomaj Sofia Kozloduj Sofia Kostinbrod Sofia

2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Storage for raw materials and ready-made products OMV Filling Station SKANIA Truck Centre Textile Factory PIRINTEX Tablet Facility BALKANPHARMA ADF Factory for wool processing Trade Centre BRICOLAGE Nuclear Power Station KOZLODUJ Hotel EMONA Factory for womens clothes Hall for liquid gas filling

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA


Investor/Contractor
ORAH LJUBUKI Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina ENERGOGROUP d.o.o. Ljubljana, Slovenia VLADA REPUBLIKE SLOVENIJE Ljubljana, Slovenia VF Komerc Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Location
Ljubuki / Mostar Sarajevo Sarajevo Sarajevo

Year
1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001

Construction
Business warehouse building Commercial centre MERCATOR Faculty of Agronomics Butmir Business warehouse building WISA Department store Commercial centre TO Teretna Restaurant shop Business building INTEGRA

ECO PLAN d.o.o. Mostar, Slovenia

Mostar

2002

CZECH REPUBLIC
Investor/Contractor
IVECO any u Prahy, Czech Republic NISSAN Brno, Czech Republic RIGIPS Horni Poply, Czech Republic STIHL Brno, Czech Republic CAREFOUR Czech Republic BARUM CONTINENTAL Otrokovice, Czech Republic MAFRA Czech Republic

Location
any / Prague Brno Horni Poply Brno Chomutov Otrokovice

Year
1997 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000

Construction
Garage Car showroom and garage NISSAN Production hall Warehouse hall Supermarket Warehouse for pneumatics Factory of agricult. tyres Factory of sports tyres (High tech) Printing house Printing house 6/3

Olomouc Prague

2000 2000

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TRISTANIFFER Prague, Czech Republic INTERSPAR Czech Republic OLYMPIA Czech Republic TESCO Czech Republic

Brno Frdek Mstek Prague Star msto Mlad Boleslav Teplice Plze Hradec Krlov Ostrava Plze Otrokovice Prague Prague Prague Vsetn Bruntl Plze Rudn u Prahy Mlad Boleslav, Kvasiny Nymburk Dobi Znojmo Nupaky Prague trboholy

2000 1998 2000 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Hypermarket Olympia Hypermarket Hypermarket Hypermarket Hypermarket Hypermarket TESCO Hrabov Hypermarket TESCO II Plze Hypermarket Hypermarket Hypermarket Warehouse for pneumatics Warehouse Shopping centre EUROPARK trboholy Entrance to the city of Prague Hypermarket REMAK Vsetn Production hall Production hall Production hall Warehouse Lacquering hall Production hall Production hall OBALY NYMBURK Warehouse and offices BEROHA DOBI Hypermarket Production and warehouse hall JUB Shopping centre HORNBACH PRAGA Shopping centre CAREFOUR TRBOHOLY Football Centre SPARTA Production hall Production hall

BARUM CONTINENTAL spol. s r.o. Otkovice, Czech Republic EUROPARK trboholy Czech Republic GB Prague, Czech Republic JAVOR Czech Republic M & V Vsetn Vsetn , Czech Republic OSRAM Bruntl Bruntl, Czech Republic SIEMENS Czech Republic SKLADOV AREL Rudn u Prahy , Czech Republic KODA Czech Republic EUROMONT Czech Republic HALEX SCHAUENBERG Czech Republic HYPERNOVA ZNOJMO Znojmo, Czech Republic JUB Nupaky, Prague, Czech Republic KOVOV PROFILY Czech Republic PKD DAICE Czech Republic RHODE SCHWARZ Czech Republic SIEMENS Czech Republic

Prague Vimperk Plze

DENMARK
Investor/Contractor
IB ANDRESEN INDUSTRI Langenskov, Denmark

Location
Langenskov

Year
1999

Construction
Production and warehouse hall

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HAIRONVILLE DANMARK A/S Rodovre, Denmark IB ANDRESEN INDUSTRI Vejle, Denmark NYBORG STEEL TERMINAL A/S Nyborg, Denmark JK VENTURES Sonderso, Denmark NEC MICON Skagen, Denmark

Viborg Vejle Nyborg Sonderso Skagen

2000 2000 2000 2002 2002

Commercial object horticulture Production hall Warehouse for steel Chips manufacture Production of wind turbines

FRANCE
Investor/Contractor
FM LOGISTIC Falsbur, France IKEA France

Location
Longueil Ste Marie Nantes

Year
2000 2001

Construction
Warehouse Shopping centre IKEA & LECLERC

GREECE
Investor/Contractor
ISO SYSTEME Halandri, Greece ARKTOS S.A. Athens, Greece J/V CONSTRUCTION OF OLYMPIC AIRWAYS HANGAR Athens, Greece NEOSET S.A. Pallini, Athens, Greece CORUS-KALPINIS-SIMOS S.A. Athens, Greece

Location
Athens Athens Athens

Year
2000 2001 2001

Construction
Building at the airport Production hall Maintenance objects at the airport

Athens Zakintos

2001 2002

Production hall Shopping centre CASH & CARRY

CROATIA
Investor/Contractor
URO AKOVIC Slavonski Brod, Croatia RENOVA Villach, Croatia CHRYSLER Zagreb Zagreb, Croatia ENIKON Zagreb, Croatia KRKA Novo mesto, Croatia MERCATOR Ljubljana, Croatia AUTOCOMMERCE d.d. Ljubljana, Croatia BRUNO HAL Zagreb, Croatia FEROTERM Zagreb, Croatia

Location
Plomin Pojatno pri Zagrebu Zagreb Zagreb Jastrebarsko Pula Zagreb Sveta Nedelja Buzin - Zagreb

Year
1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001

Construction
TE Plomin 2 roof and facade panels Steel structure construction for grain elevator Sales-service centre CHRYSLER Sales-service centre MERCEDES BENZ Distribution centre Shopping centre MERCATOR Sales-service centre FIAT, LANCIA and ALFA ROMEO Warehouse and offices Warehouse and offices

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NAIKI INTERIJER Naice, Croatia OVERSEAS EXPRESS Croatia TV GREDELJ Zagreb, Croatia ZTP Croatia GETRO Zagreb, Croatia

upanja Split Osjek Zagreb Zagreb Rijeka Zagreb Osjek Split Varadin Slavonski brod Zadar Pula Poega Varadin Naice itnjak-Zagreb Varadin Vinkovci Zagreb Zabok - Zagreb Pula Osijek

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Sport hall Distribution centre Distribution centre Production hall for wagons Sales-commercial building Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Distribution centre GORENJE Zagreb Sales-service centre VOLKSWAGEN Sales-service centre FORD Head office Sales-service centre CITROEN Lacquering hall Shopping centre

PRESOFLEX Poega, Croatia

AUTO KUA POLJARI d.o.o. Varadin, Croatia HAK HRVATSKI AUTOKLUB Vinkovci, Croatia IGEPA PLANA PAPAIRI d.d. Zagreb, Croatia INTER AUTO d.o.o. Varadin, Croatia LADJEDELNICA Uljanik, Croatia LESNINA Osijek, Croatia

KAZAKHSTAN
Investor/Contractor
BECHTEL LIMITED AND SNAMPROGETTI Limited Join Venture London, Great Britain ENERGOPROJEKT Beograd, Serbian EFES PILSEN Almaty, Kazakhstan

Location
Karachaganak

Year
2000 2001

Construction
Warehouses and belonging objects of oil companies consortium - KPO Warehouses and belonging objects of oil companies consortium - KPO Supermarket Brewery

Aktau Almaty

2001 2002

CHINA
Investor/Contractor
IKEA China

Location
Shanghai

Year
2002

Construction
Shopping centre

KOSOVO
Investor/Contractor
DITA Pritina, Kosovo

Location
Pritina

Year
2000

Construction
Service station PM KFOR 6/6

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INGRA Zagreb Zagreb, Croatia ARDA REI Pritina, Kosovo

Pritina Kosovska Mitrovica, Camp du Novo Selo

2001 2001 2002

Airport passenger terminal Army facilities KFOR Army facilities -KFOR Novo selo

LATVIA
Investor/Contractor
METING d.o.o. Ljubljana, Slovenia

Location
Ventspils

Year
1996

Construction
Boiler house

LITHUANIA
Investor/Contractor
COSMICA Kaunas, Lithuania

Location
Kaunas

Year
1999

Construction
Warehouse and distribution of aeroplane fuel

HUNGARY
Investor/Contractor
INTERSPAR & PRAKTIKER Hungary BRES Rt. Budapest, Hungary NOKIA Komrom Kft. Komrom, Hungary CITY REACH Budapest, Hungary DELPHI CALSONIC Balassagyarmat, Hungary AUDI Hungria Motor Kft. Gyr, Hungary COCA-COLA Hungary VELUX Kft. Hungary ATHENAEUM Budapest, Hungary AUCHAN Budars, Hungary BTONY STEEL Kft Hungary COLORPLAST Hungary CONTI TECH Vc, Hungary ELECTRO WORLD Hungary KIKA Budapest, Hungary MESTO BUDAPEST Hungary PHYCOMP Szombathely, Hungary

Location
Debrecen Budapest Komrom Budapest Balassagyarmat Gyr Dunaharaszti Gyr Fertd Fertd Fertszentmikls Budapest Budars Btonyterenye Tatabnya Vc Budars Budapest Budapest Szombathely

Year
1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 1999 2001 1996 2001 1999 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

Construction
Shopping centre MALOMPARK Pharmaceutical warehouse Mobile phone factory partition walls Extension of the existing storage hall Production hall Production hall partition walls Fireproof walls in production hall Warehouse partition walls Fireproof partition walls in production hall Production hall partition walls Extension of the production hall Production hall Printing house Restaurant extension in the sales centre Production hall faade Production hall faade Production hall Business and warehouse facility Warehouse Roof of the market LEHA Production hall 6/7

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PROTOKON Kiskrs, Hungary BUSINESS PARK FERIHEGY Vecss, Hungary GIBBS Rtsg, Hungary JUB Hungary MESTO DEBRECEN Debrecen, Hungary MESTO BUDAPEST & BOUYGUES Budapest, Hungary RAUCH HUNGRIA Kft. Budapest, Hungary RYNART Biatorbgy, Hungary SKANSKA Budapest, Hungary

Kiskrs Vecss Rtsg Trkblint Debrecen Budapest Budapest Biatorbgy Budapest

2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Production hall Partition walls in distribution centre Production hall Business and warehouse facility Sports hall PHOENIX Sports hall BUDAPEST ARNA Extension of the production hall RAUCH Partition walls in distribution centre Sales-storage hall for electronics

GERMANY
Investor/Contractor
WESUMAT GmbH Augsburg, Germany DAIMLER BENZ Bremen, Germany RENAULT AUTOHAUS TRMSCHER Chemnitz, Germany VOLKSWAGEN AG Wolfsburg, Germany EDEKA Minden, Germany BMW DINGOLFING Dingolfing, Germany DAIMLER - CHRYSLER Bremen, Germany PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO Monaco PUNITEC Gmbh &Co.Kg Gochsheim, Germany TECHNO CHEMIE KARBEN Karben, Germany AL KO Germany BRUCHA Germany FORD WERKE AG SAARLUIS Saarluis, Germany ARENS GmbH Lennestadt, Germany AIRBUS DEUTSCHLAND GmbH Germany BAVARIA YACHTBAU GmbH Giebelstadt, Germany

Location
Around the country 28016 Bremen 09120 Chemnitz 38436 Wolfsburg Wiefelstede Minden Dingolfing Bremen Hanover Gochsheim Karben Ettenbeurn Dsseldorf Saarluis Lennestadt - Attendorn Hamburg Giebelstadt

Year
1996 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002

Construction
More canopies for car-wash Facade and roof panel Roof panel Roof panel Distribution centre Distribution centre Production hall Production hall Exhibition pavilion of Principality of Monaco Production hall Production hall Production hall Dseldorf Airport - facade High-rack warehouse facade Lacquering hall faade Production hall Production hall 6/8

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BOEHRINGEN INGELHEIM PHARMA AG Ingelheim, Germany CLAAS SAULGAU GmbH Saulgau, Germany FLUGHAFEN MNCHEN, Terminal 2 Mnchen, Germany WORTMANN GmbH Mnchen, Germany

Ingelheim Saulgau Mnchen Burgwedel

2002 2002 2002 2002

Hospital restoration Production hall Lacquering and assorting hall Warehouse

THE NETHERLANDS
Investor/Contractor
ASCON BOUW b.v. Valthermond, The Netherlands BIJLBOUW b.v. Alblasserdam, The Netherlands DE IJZEREN MAN b.v. Joure, The Netherlands HANDELSONDERNEMING VAN DER KOLK b.v. Emmeloord, The Netherlands MACHINEFABRIEK THEO TEL b.v. Leek, The Netherlands

Location
Dordrecht Utrecht Moerdijk Zwolle Heerenveen Almere Stad

Year
2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Construction
Head office WTH Head office SPUIGROEP Warehouse for chemicals CUMUS GLOBAL BASELL Advertising agency PAPERDREAMS Distribution centre PORTENA Business centre MARKERKANT

Drachten

2002

Head office

POLAND
Investor/Contractor
KRKA WARSZAWA Poland OBI WARSZAWA Poland TESCO Poland IKEA Poland COCA-COLA BEVERAGES POLSKA Krakow, Poland ELEKTROCIEPOWNIA BECHATW Bechatw, Poland HALA SPORTOWA ANWIL Woclawek, Poland KINEPOLIS Warsaw, Poland LINPAC PLASTIC PRODUCTION Wrolxclaw, Poland PROSPER Warsaw, Poland TOLAK MAGAZYN Poland EC WADYSAWOWO Wadysawowo, Poland FM LOGISTIC Poland

Location
Warsaw Skrznsko Czestochowa, Gliwice Poznan, Tychy, Warsaw W Markcah k Warszawy

Year
1998 1998 1999 2000 2000

Construction
High-rack warehouse Shopping centre Hypermarket Hypermarket Hypermarket IKEA POLNOC WARSZAWA Warehouse Thermo power station Sports hall Multicinema KINEPOLIS Production facility and warehouse Business and warehouse facility Warehouse Steam power station Distribution centre

Niepolomice next to Krakow 2001 Bechatw Woclawek Pozna Bukowice kolo Brzegu Dolnego Warsaw Janezewice koo Warszawy Wadysawowo Tomaszow Mazowiecki 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002

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HELIOS Poland KOMFORT Zielona Gra, Poland AGENCJA BEZPIEEZESTWA WEWNTRZNEGO Poznan, Poland P&O LOGISTIC KAUFLAND BECKER&VARKOP

Rzeszw Zielona Gra Poznan

2002 2002 2002

Multicinema KINO HELIOS Market Head office

Blonie Dabrova Gornica, Piotkow Tribunalski, Rybnik

2002 2002 2002

Distribution centre Market Distribution centre

ROMANIA
Investor/Contractor
REMARK Constanta, Romania CONTINENTAL AG Timisoara, Romania AMARAD S.A. Arad, Romania LEK PHARMATECH Targu Mures, Romania LOTUS MARKET Oradea, Romania

Location
Bucharest Timisoara Romunija Targu Mures Oradea

Year
2000 1999 2002 2002 2002 2002

Construction
Service station Production hall Production hall and warehouse Filling Stations Production hall, warehouse, laboratory Business centre

RUSSIA
Investor/Contractor
AEROFLOT Moscow, Russia MERCATA Seagas International Limited, Monaco SGOK Stary Oskol Russia SMELT International d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia KEY ENERGY Genf Kaliningrad, Russia STALKONSTRUKCIJA Moscow, Russia AQUA VITA Shahovskaya, Russia GMGH SDS Kaliningrad, Russia RUSKA SEMENA PRIME COMPANY Moscow, Russia NESTEC / FORGES PROFIL Switzerland

Location
Sheremtevo Airport, Moscow Soi, Moscow St. Oskol Novorossysk Kaliningrad Airport Sheremetevo Moscow Moscow Shahovskaya Kaliningrad Venev Moscow Thimashevsk

Year
1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 2000

Construction
Hangar, electrical gantries for plane engines Indoor tennis court Chalk factory Cooling plant for fish KIA car factory Building for pilot training Boiler house Market Mineral water filling station Roof panel Oil factory Office building Production hall

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SURGUTNEFTEGAS Russia FARMAN ITALIA s.r.l. Trst, Italy JSC LUKOIL-KALININGRADMORNEFT Kaliningrad, Russia SLING d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia

Surgut Moscow Kaliningrad Taanta Russian-Mongolian border

2000 2001 2001 2001

Kitchen Supermarket AVE MOSKVA Production hall and warehouse Customs office on the border crossing

SLOVAKIA
Investor/Contractor
PORSCHE SLOVAKIA Bratislava, Slovakia RIEKER Obuv Slovakia INCHEBA a.s. Bratislava, Slovakia VOLKSWAGEN/ZIPP Bratislava spol. s.r.o. Bratislava, , Slovakia ENERGOTERM a.s. Bratislava, Slovakia CONTINENTAL-MATADOR Pchov SEAT/STEEL MONT a.s. Slovakia SWEDWOOD Slovakia TESCO/ZIPP Bratislava spol.s.r.o. Slovakia ENERGOTERM Bratislava, Slovakia FIMA MBEL FITOSOV MRIA Dunajsk streda, Slovakia NOVAGLASS spol.s.r.o. Bratislava, Slovakia TERMSTAV a.s. Bratislava, Slovakia BILLA REALITY s.r.o. Bratislava, Slovakia MATADOR Slovakia NAY LEASING Slovakia

Location
Bratislava Komrno, Ilava Bratislava Bratislava

Year
1997 1997 1998 1998

Construction
Sales-service centre PORSCHE Shoe factory Ilava Exhibition hall VW Bratislava - New hall M4

Jaslovsk Bohunice Jadrov elektrre Pchov Bratislava Malacky Trnova Bratislava Trnava Dunajsk Streda Sldkoviovo Trnava Bratislava Koice Podunajske Biskupce Puchov ilina

1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002

Hall KOLEKTOR Warehouse for pneumatics Sales-service centre SEAT Production hall IKEA Distribution centre Hypermarket TESCO SPARTAN Production hall Furniture sales centre BEKAERT Production hall SKLOPLAST Trnava Supermarket BIGBILLA Supermarket BIGBILLA Supermarket BIGBILLA Production of pneumatics Hall ELEKTRODOM

SLOVENIA
Investor/Contractor
BERUS d.o.o. Novo mesto BONIFICA d.o.o. Koper, Slovenia

Location
8000 Novo mesto 6000 Koper

Year
1997 1997

Construction
Sales-service centre AUDI - VOLKSWAGEN Business-event centre

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LUKA Koper d.d. Koper, Slovenia PIVOVARNA UNION d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia PREVENT d.d. Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia ARCADIA Ljubljana, Slovenia PIVOVARNA LAKO d.d. Lako, Slovenia TE Brestanica Slovenia E.LECLERC Ljubljana, Slovenia IMMORENT LEASING d.o.o. Ljubljana, Slovenia KOLEKTOR d.d. Idrija, Slovenia PETROL d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia SAVA d.d. Kranj, Slovenia SCANIA d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia TERMOELEKTRARNA otanj otanj, Slovenia TPV d.d. Novo mesto, Slovenia LEK Ljubljana d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia MERCATOR d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia

6000 Koper 1000 Ljubljana 2380 Slovenj Gradec 2380 Slovenj Gradec 2392 Meica 1000 Ljubljana 3270 Lako 8280 Brestanica 1000 Ljubljana 2000 Maribor 5280 Idrija 1000 Ljubljana 4000 Kranj 1000 Ljubljana 3325 otanj 8000 Novo mesto 1000 Ljubljana 2391 Prevalje 1000 Ljubljana 2250 Ptuj 1000 Ljubljana 2390 Ravne na Korokem 4270 Jesenice 8270 Krko 1000 Ljubljana Rudnik 5000 Nova gorica 6210 Seana 8000 Novo mesto

1997 1997 1997 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1997 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2001 2000 2001 2001 2001 1996 2001

Wagon loading platform with a transport bridge High-rack warehouse Administrative building Production hall Production hall sewing facility Business and housing building Production hall filling facility Technological building Shopping centre Shopping centre EUROPARK Production hall Warehouse Production hall Head office and repairing facility Reconstruction of the transport line, Facility No 5 Parking garage Business and production facility Business and production facility Production hall Shopping centre Hypermarket Hypermarket Hypermarket Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Shopping centre Production hall, Technological building Production hall

MERKUR d.d. Kranj, Slovenia

REVOZ d.d. Novo mesto, Slovenia

DINOS d.d. Ljubljana rnue, Slovenia DROGA d.d. Portoro, Slovenia ELAN MARINE d.o.o. Begunje, Slovenia GARANT d.d. Polzela, Slovenia INTERTRANS d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia

1000 Ljubljana rnue 6310 Izola 4275 Begunje 3313 Polzela 1000 Ljubljana

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

Factory for metal processing Business and production facility Production hall Production and warehouse hall Warehouse 6/12

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KIIM d.o.o. Trbovlje, Slovenia LINDE VILIAR d.o.o. Celje, Slovenia MARJAN SLEMENEK s.p. Ravne na Korokem, Slovenia OBINA CERKLJE Cerklje, Slovenia OBINA ZAGORJE Zagorje, Slovenia PAK 4 d.o.o. Trbovlje, Slovenia TAB d.d. Meica, Slovenia TISKARNA LEYKAM d.o.o. Hoe pri Mariboru, Slovenia VIATOR VEKTOR d.d. Rudnik Ljubljana, Slovenia BOFEX d.o.o. Ljubljana, Slovenia BTC d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia KRKA Tovarna zdravil d.d. Novo mesto, Slovenia

1420 Trbovlje 3000 Celje 2390 Ravne na Korokem 4207 Cerklje 1410 Zagorje 1412 Kisovec 2392 Meica 2311 Hoe pri Mariboru 1000 Ljubljana 1000 Ljubljana 1000 Ljubljana 8000 Novo mesto 8000 Novo mesto

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 2002 1999 2002 1996 1997 1998 1999 2002 2000 2002 2001 2002 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Production hall Business and production facility Business facility Sports hall Stands Business and production facility Production and warehouse hall Printing house Warehouse and transport facility Shopping centre BIG BANG Shopping centre BOF Department store EMPORIUM Shopping centre BTC Novo mesto High-rack warehouse Synthesis - Production premises High-rack warehouse Production hall Warehouse Production hall KOLEKTOR Production hall Production hall Smelting plant Recreation facility usterna Roof at the swimming pool Sales-service centre AVTOCOMMERCE MERCEDEZ BENZ Production and warehouse hall Warehouse for semi-manufactures and finished products Production hall Warehouse for packing material Shopping centre

SGP ZIDGRAD d.d. Idrija, Slovenia TALUM d.d. Kidrievo, Slovenia TERME ATE d.d. ate ob Savi, Slovenia ENERGOPLAN d.d. Ljubljana, Slovenia HELIOS d.o.o. Domale, Slovenia KOLPA d.d. Metlika, Slovenia LIV PLASTIKA d.d. Postojna, Slovenia RADENSKA d.d. Radenci, Slovenia SUPERNOVA d.d. Koper Koper, Slovenia

5280 Idrija 2325 Kidrievo 2325 Kidrievo 6000 Koper 8251 ate ob Savi 1000 Ljubljana 1230 Domale 8330 Metlika 6230 Postojna 9252 Radenci 6000 Koper

SPAIN
Investor/Contractor
ACIEROID S.A. Barcelona, Spain AIRBUS SPAIN Spain

Location
Vitoria Valencija Vitoria Puerto Real (Cadiz)

Year
2000 2001 2002 2002

Construction
Production hall MERCEDES BENZ VITO DANONE ALDAIA - Distribution centre FAGOR 1,2 production for electric appliances Production hall for aircraft parts

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CATERPILLAR SPAIN Malaga, Spain IKEA ESPANA Spain INGECOSUR S.A. Malaga, Spain

Malaga Valls Malaga

2002 2002 2002

Workshop Business facility Production hall

SWEDEN
Investor/Contractor
SCANIA BILAV Landskrona, Sweden IKEA Odakra, Sweden SWEDWOOD Aalmhult, Sweden SKANE-MLLAN AB Tagarp, Sweden SWEDWOOD INTERNATIONAL AB ngelholm, Sweden

Location
Landskrona Stockholm Aalmhults Kommun Tagarp Hultsfred

Year
1998 2000 2000 2001 2002

Construction
Car-wash Commercial centre - partition walls Warehouse Silo Production hall SWEDSPAN AB

SWITZERLAND
Investor/Contractor
TOMOLIN TANKSTELLE Chavannes de Bogis, Switzerland ROLEX Geneva, Switzerland PARKHAUS COOP Basel, Switzerland RUEF & ALBISSER AG BAUTECHNIK Grenchen, Switzerland AEROPORT GENEVE Geneva, Switzerland NOVARTIS Nyon, Switzerland OBINA LA PRAILLE Switzerland

Location
Chavannes de Bogis Geneva Basel Grenchen

Year
1998 1999 2000 2000

Construction
Car-wash Partition walls in watch factory ROLEX Parking garage Production hall

Geneva Nyon La Praille

2002 2002 2002

Airport building faade Reception office School

TURKEY
Investor/Contractor
SYT DESIGN Istanbul, Turkey

Location
Istanbul

Year
2002

Construction
Furniture showroom

UZBEKISTAN
Investor/Contractor
NESTEC CH / FORGES PROFIL Switzerland / Uzbekistan

Location
Namangan

Year
2001

Construction
Drinking water filling facility

GREAT BRITAIN
Investor/Contractor
IKEA UK Glasgow, Great Britain

Location
Glasgow

Year
2001

Construction
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MASTERFOODS London, Great Britain BAA - SCHMIDLIN Old Isleworth, Great Britain CANARY WHARF CONTRACTORS London, Great Britain GEEST PLC Peterborough, Great Britain RABCO EUROPE Essex, Great Britain

London London London Spalding London

2001 2002 2002 2002 2002

Administrative building and production Airport Business facility Production hall Warehouse

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Commercial centre MERCATOR, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Commercial centre MEGA BAUMAX, Graz, Austria

261

International Fair - Centre BULGARREKLAMA, Sofija, Bulgaria

Production hall RIGIPS, Horn Poply Czech Republic

262

Warehouse STIHL, Brno, Czech Republic

KODA PARTS CENTER, Mlad Boleslav, Czech Republic

263

Commercial centre OLYMPIA, Brno, Czech Republic

Sales and service centre CHRYSLER, Zagreb, Croatia

264

Sales and service centre FIAT, LANCIA, ALFA ROMEO, Zagreb, Croatia

Commercial centre GETRO Verbani, Croatia

265

Logistic Centre KFOR, Prishtine, Kosovo

Supermarket VTA, Debrecen, Hungary

266

Production hall COLORPLAST, Tatabnya, Hungary

Warehouse KIKA, Budapest, Hungary

267

Logistic centre EDEKA, Wiefelstede, Germany

Production hall ARENS, Lennestadt Attendorn, Germany

268

Exhbition pavilion MONACO, Hannover, Germany

Commercial centre OBI, Warszawa, Poland

269

High-rack warehouse, KRKA, Warszawa, Poland

Hypermarket TESCO, Czstochowa, Poland

270

Training centre AEROFLOT Airport Moscow, Russia

Indoor tennis court Moscow, Russia

271

Cooling Plant, Novorossysk, Russia

Warehouse RIEKER, Ilava, Slovakia

272

Supermarket BIGBILLA, Bratislava, Slovakia

Commercial centre SUPERNOVA, Koper, Slovenia

273

Production hall TALUM, Kidrievo, Slovenia

Sales and service centre AUDIVOLKSWAGEN, Novo mesto, Slovenia

274

Warehouse Luka Koper, Koper, Slovenia

Pharmaceutical production plant KRKA, Novo mesto, Slovenia

275

Brewery UNION, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Business - event centre BONIFICA, Koper, Slovenia

276

Power plant Brestanica, Slovenia

Commercial centre EMPORIUM, Ljubljana, Slovenia

277

Business and housing building ARCADIA, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Commercial centre EUROPARK, Maribor, Slovenia

278

Sales and service centre TPV, Novo mesto, Slovenia

Commercial centre MERKUR, Krko, Slovenia

279

Head office and service facility SCANIA, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Commercial centre MERCATOR, Jesenice, Slovenia

280

Commercial centre BIG BANG, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Commercial centre E.LECLERC, Ljubljana, Slovenia

281

Commercial centre MERKUR, Seana, Slovenia

Production plant ELAN MARINE, Begunje, Slovenia

282

Commercial centre IKEA, Glasgow, Great Britain

283

7. CERTIFICATES

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CERTIFICATES AND TEST CERTIFICATES

AUSTRIA
1. PRFZEUGNIS - Nostrifizierung Fire resistance of panels FTV 80 with rock wool F= 60 AB Fire resistance of panels FTV 100 with rock wool F= 90 AB Fire resistance of panels FTV 120 with rock wool F= 90 AB

2.

PRFZEUGNIS - Nostrifizierung

3.

PRFZEUGNIS - Nostrifizierung

BULGARIA
1. 2. 3. Sanitarno razreiteljno Svidetelstvo Svidetelstvo Hygiene Certificate Certificate confirmed German permit for SNV Certificate confirmed German permit for FTV

CROATIA
1. 2. Tehniko doputenje Certifikat Licence for panel use Fire-resistance - FTV 80 F60-AB, W90-AB according to HRN DIN 4102 - FTV 100 F90-AB, W90-AB according to HRN DIN 4102 - FTV 120 F120-AB, W90-AB according to HRN DIN 4102 Mechanical properties Sound insulation SNV 80 Rw=31 dB Sound insulation FTV 80 Rw=30 dB Thermal insulation FTV 80 K=0,45 W/m K FTV 120 K=0,30 W/m K
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3. 4.

Izvjetaj o ispitivanju Izvjetaj o ispitivanju

5.

Izvjetaj o ispitivanju

6.

Izvjetaj o ispitivanju

7.

Izvjetaj o ispitivanju

Thermal insulation SNV 80 K=0,41 W/m K SNV 120 K=0,29 W/m K


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8. 9. 10.

certifikat cerifikat certifikat

SNV 100; F 90 Resistance of TPO 1000 to flying fire FTV+Promatect; F180

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CZECH REPUBLIC
1. 2. 3. 4. Certifikat- PAVS Certifikat- PAVS Sttn zdravotn stav (SZ) Hlavn hygienik esk republiky Zprva o zkouce porn odolnosti Qualification certificate of wall panels valid for all thickness types Qualification certificate of roof panels valid for all thickness types Licence that Trimo-panels may come into contact with food Certificate of hygienic quality of being recognised as safe

5.

Fire resistance class of roof panels - SNV 80 60 min (48 min) - SNV 120 108 min (86 min) Fire resistance class of roof panels - SNV100 91 min Fire resistance FTV 80 Partition walls 90 min Fire resistance class of wall panels - FTV 80 - External walls D180-180 min Fire resistance class - FTV 120 - External walls 180 min - Partition walls 73 min Fire resistant class Final report, ER contains fire resistant class of faade panels (FTV 80, 100, 120) Inflammability Class B Thermal insulation FTV Results taken over from Germany Thermal insulation FTV Results taken over from Germany Fire classification of faade panels (FTV 80, 100, 120) Sound insulation FTV 32 dB SNV 30 dB

6.

Protokol o zkouce porn odolnosti

7.

Zprva o zkouce porn odolnosti

8.

Protokol o zkoukch porn odolnosti

9.

Protokol o zkoukch porn odolnosti

10.

11.

Prkazn stanoven porn odolnosti nenosnch obvodovch stn, nenosnch vnitnch pek a stenho plt systmu TRIMO Protokol o zkoukch stupn holavosti

12.

Technick zprva

13.

Technick zprva

14. 15.

Porn klasifikan osvden porn odolnosti Posouzen zvukov izolanch vlastnosti

DENMARK
1. Provningsrapport Fire resistant class - FTV 100 BS 60 min

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FRANCE
1. Avis Technique Sales Licence FTV 60 to FTV120

2.

Ressistance au feu

Fire resistance FTV 120 2h

GERMANY
1. bereistimmungszertifikat CERTIFICATE Main document acquired on the basis of Document of approval, Contract for supervision and Certification contract APPROVAL FOR FTV AND SNV PANELS (60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 200) WITH ROCKWOLL, containing: - Mechanical properties - Behaviour in fire - Contract for regular annual supervision FIRE RESISTANCE CLASS F 60 - AB and W 90 AB according to DIN 4102 FIRE RESISTANCE CLASS F 90 - AB according to DIN 4102 FIRE RESISTANCE CLASS F 120 - AB according to DIN 4102 SNV 100; F 90 Tables of fire-resistance and areas of application for FTV and FTV invisio panels Thermal transit co-efficients: SNV 60 k=0.56W/m K SNV 80 k=0.42W/m K SNV 100 k=0.34W/m K SNV 120 k=0.28 W/m K SNV 150 k=0.22W/m K SNV 200 k=0.16 W/m K Thermal transit co-efficients: FTV 60 k=0.60W/m K FTV 80 k=0.44 W/m K FTV 100 k=0.35 W/m K FTV 120 k=0.29 W/m K FTV 150 k=0.23W/m K FTV 200 k=0.17 W/m K Sound insulation dimension FTV 80 Rw= 32 dB
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2.

Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche Zulassung

3.

Prfzeugnis fr FTV 80 Gutachterliche Stellungnahme fr SNV 80 Prfzeugnis fr FTV 100 Gutachterliche Stellungnahme fr SNV 100 Prfzeugnis fr FTV 120 Gutachterliche Stellungnahme fr SNV 120 Untersuchungsbericht Allgemeines bauaufsichtliches Prufzeugnis - ABP

4.

5.

6. 7.

8.

Wrmedurchlawiderstand und Wrmedurchgangskoeffizient von Dachelementen mit Mineralfaserdmmung

9.

Wrmedurchlawiderstand und Wrmedurchgangskoeffizient von Wandelementen mit Mineralfaserdmmung

10.

Luftschalldmmung

11.

Luftschalldmmung

Sound insulation dimension SNV 80 Rw= 30 dB BEHAVIOUR IN FIRE Report on tests conducted FTV and SNV B1 (valid for all thickness types) STATEMENT OF OTTO GRAF INSTITUTE, certifying that roof panels are resistant to flying fire

12.

Prfbericht

13.

Widerstandsfhigkeit von Kernverbundelelementen SNV gegen Flugfeuer und strahlende Wrme

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14.

Sttzweitentabellen

ALLOWED SPANS - FTV and SNV (Rock wool 100 kg/m and 120 kg/m - TPO 1000 (steel and aluminium)
3

15.

Groer Eignungsnachweis

Welding process: - CO welding - Manual arc welding - Resistance spot welding - Resistance welding of pins
2

HUNGARY
1. ptipari mszaki engedly Certificate including: - Mechanical properties - Sound insulation - Fire resistance - Thermal insulation for all panel types Report including: - Mechanical properties - Sound insulation - Fire resistance - Thermal insulation for all panel types

2.

ptipari mszaki engedly dokumentuma

KAZAKHSTAN
1.

Product certificate FTV 60, SNV 60, SNV 80, SNV 100 Fire-resistance certificate FTV 120, FTV 150, FTV 200 EJ 120 min Fire-resistance certificate FTV 80, FTV 100 EL 60 min Fire-resistance certificate SNV 120, SNV 150, SNV 200 RE 60 min Product certificate containers Certificate of container and panel production

2.

3.

4.

5. 6.

LATVIA
1. ATAUJA Certificate on fire resistance of panels SNV and FTV confirmed German certificates Certificate of conformity for all panel types Certificate of conformity

2. 3.

ATBILSTBAS SERTIFIKTS - LICENCA ATBILSTBAS SERTIFIKTS

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LITHUANIA
1. BANDYM ATASKAITA Certificate on fire resistance of panels SNV confirmed Slovene results of fire resistance Certificate on fire resistance of panels FTV confirmed Slovene results of fire resistance

2.

BANDYM ATASKAITA

POLAND
1. 2. Aprobata techniczna ITB Klasyfikacja ogniowa Technical Approval for FTV and SNV FIRE RESISTANT CLASS - FTV 80 - EI 60 - FTV 100 - EI 90 - FTV 120 - EI 120 FIRE RESISTANT CLASS - SNV 80 - EI 120 - SNV 120 - EI 120 Thermal insulation - FTV all thickness types

3.

Klasyfikacja ogniowa

4.

Opinia techniczna w sprawie izolacyjnoci cieplnej plyt warstwowych produkcji firmy TRIMO Klasyfikacja w zakresie stopnia rozprzestrzeniania ognia scian i przykr dachowych z plyt TRIMO Hygienic attest

5.

Behaviour in fire FTV and SNV no Fire expansion Certificate of hygienic quality of being recognised as safe

6.

ROMANIA
1. Agrement tehnic Technical approval for sale (contains all panel types)

RUSSIA
1. 3. 4. Certificate confirming the product is in compliance with the Russian standards SNV 120, 150, 200 Certificate confirming the product is in compliance with the Russian standards FTV 100, 120, 150 Certificate for the production of steel structures CERTIFICATE that products comply with hygienic quality of being recognised as safe (valid for all types and panel thickness types) Fire resistance of roof panels with rock wool - SNV 120 do 200 RE 60 - SNV 100 - RE 45 Fire resistant class - FTV 120 - EI 120; FTV 100 EI 90, FTV 80 EI 60

2.

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SLOVAKIA
1. Sprva o certifikci preukzania zhody stavebnho vrobku Certifikt preukzania zhody Tehnick osvedenie Final report on tests and documents recognised by the Institute issuing certificate of conformity Certificate of conformity of roof and faade panels Certificate of conformity of FTV and SNV faade panels including: - Fire- resistance Czech and German certificates - Thermal insulation German certificate - Load bearing capacity German certificate

2. 3.

SLOVENIA
1. 2. 3. 4. TQM TV Management service TV Management service Poroilo Recognition of the Republic of Slovenia for business award Certificate of the business system according to EN/ISO 9001 Certificate of environment protection system EN/ISO 14001 Sound insulation - FTV 120 Rw=34 dB (applied sheet metal 08 mm and mineral wool-apparent density 150 kg/m )
3

5.

Poroilo

Sound insulation - FTV 120 + TP 750 Rw=38 dB (applied sheet metal 08 mm and mineral wool-apparent density 150 kg/m )
3

7.

Poroilo o toplotni izolativnosti plo

Thermal transit co-efficients - for all panel types, results obtained from Germany Sound insulation dimension -SNV 100 Rw= 32 dB Sound insulation dimension - FTV 120 Rw = 31 dB Sound insulation dimension Rw = 29 dB Load bearing capacity - FTVSS - FTVMS - SNVs (erected as facade) - SNVs - TPO 1000 Fe 0,6 (Rm 0.2= 320 N/mm ) - TPO 1000 Al 0,7 (Rm 0.2= 120 N/mm ) - TPO 1000 Al 0,7 (Rm 0.2= 140 N/mm ) - TP 750 Fe 0.6 - TP 750 Al 0.7
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8.

Poroilo za zvono izolativnost

9.

Poroilo za zvono izolativnost

10.

Poroilo o zvoni izolativnosti in zvoni absorpciji protihrupne ograje Potrdilo

11.

12.

Certifikat o skladnosti

Fire protection of roof panels with load of 100 kg/m - SNV 120 to 200 E 60 Fire resistant class of partition walls and facades - FTV 60 EI 30 - FTV 80 EI 60 - FTV 100 EI 90 - FTV 120 to FTV 200 EI 120

13.

Certifikat o skladnosti

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14. 15.

Potrdilo Certifikat o skladnosti

Certificate on generally recognised safe hygiene SNV, FTV Fire resistant class of partition walls and facades - SNV 60 EI 30 - SNV 80 EI 60 - SNV 100 EI 90 - SNV 120 EI 120 - SNV 150 EI 180 - SNV 200 EI 180 Report on air-permeability of sandwich element joints Fire-resistance FTV 120-horizontal building in -EI 120 Fire-resistance FTV 120- horizontal building in with AL strip -EI120

16. 17. 18.

Poroilo Poroilo Poroilo

SWITZERLAND
1. Schweizerische Brandschutz - Zulassung Fire resistance FTV and SNV 80 F 60 Fire resistance FTV and SNV 100 F 60 Fire resistance FTV and SNV 120 F 60

2.

Schweizerische Brandschutz - Zulassung

3.

Schweizerische Brandschutz - Zulassung

WHITE RUSSIA
1. Technical approval - FTV 80, FTV 100, FTV 120 - SNV 120, SNV 150, SNV 200

USA
1. Factory Mutual Approval Technical characteristics, combustibility

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