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ROCKWOOL® RockLap H&V Pipe Sections

Product Code: BA2RW

Insulation of pipework through buildings ensures the optimal temperature of both hot and cold water pipes is maintained whilst also controlling condensation. In working environments, it is important to keep temperatures comfortable and stable. High temperatures from pipework can also pose a hazard, but RockLap H&V Sections offer an excellent pipe insulation solution.

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ROCKWOOL RockLap H&V Sections are pre-formed sections of stone wool insulation, manufactured pre-slit for ease of application and have a layer of factory applied foil facing and a self-adhesive lap. The self-adhesive lap allows the sections to be snapped onto the pipework, then backing tape used to completely seal the joint.  The sections have been designed to provide acoustic and thermal insulation to heating, ventilation and air conditioning pipework, from temperatures of 0˚C to 250˚C.  In addition to insulating to save energy and minimise heat loss, insulation is required to services and equipment for other specific criteria such as Frost Protection, Condensation Control, Personnel Protection and Acoustic Control. RockLap H&V Sections are used for heating and ventilation pipes in a range of settings, through buildings, plants and other structures. The sections have been proven to deliver high performance thermal insulation in a range of settings with varying climates and degrees of exposure for over 60 years.  ROCKWOOL H&V Pipe Sections have been successfully tested for providing fire stopping to steel & copper pipe penetrations where they penetrate fire resistant walls and floors. This allows for H&V pipe sections used for thermal insulation to pipework to be continued through fire resistant
constructions without the need to be locally removed or replaced thus saving time and reducing labour costs.

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