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  • 1. PolyVision Ceramicsteel
  • 2. Unique production process
  • 3. Our products  coils , also screen printed  cut sheets , also screen printed  made to size panels  post cut to size from standard panel
  • 4. Screen printing capacity Screen printing  for visual communication applications approx. 80.000m² per year  for graphics applications approx. 70.000m² per year (maximum printing sizes 1200x3000mm) (total capacity 150.000m² per year)
  • 5. Capacity bonded panels Bonded panels  depending on panel composition approx. 330.000m² per year
  • 6. Major advantages of ‘Light Gauge’ Ceramicsteel continuous advanced industrial enamelling process close tolerance controlled critical production phases  ultrasonically cleaned mill steel  layer thickness  furnace temperatures  colour stability  quality and aspect of the surface  optimally combining the best properties of glass and steel  incomparable output
  • 7. Ceramicsteel panels for diverse applications architecture  walls  canopies  partitions people mover projects  metro and train stations  underpasses  bicycle tunnels road tunnels
  • 8. CERAMICSTEELApplications Tunnels - Metro and Subway stations Comfort & Security Aesthetics Functional -easy maintainable surface -technical : demountable cladding Energy saving …
  • 9. CERAMICSTEEL Applications …… in road tunnels …
  • 10. CERAMICSTEEL Applications …… in metro & subway stations …
  • 11. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY MAJOR METRO NETWORKS CZ-PRAGUE PPC extruded aluminium omega trim SS fabricated trim
  • 12. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY OTHER METRO SYSTEMS DE- MUNICH PPC extruded aluminium omega trim
  • 13. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY OTHER METRO SYSTEMS DE- DUISBURG Meiderich Secret fix & finished panel edges
  • 14. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY OTHER METRO SYSTEMS NL- ROTTERDAM Voorschoterlaan Secret fix & finished panel edges
  • 15. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY OTHER METRO SYSTEMS BE- Brussels De Brouckere Secret fix & finished panel edges
  • 16. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY OTHER METRO SYSTEMS BE- Brussels Erasmus & Lemonnier & St. Katelijne Secret fix & finished panel edges
  • 17. SOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY OTHER METRO SYSTEMS Rotterdam - Wilhelmina Mixed systems
  • 18. Ceramicsteel PolyVision Coilcoat Ceramicsteel Properties and Performance dr. Leo GYPEN 22/4/2004
  • 19. WHY CERAMICSTEEL IN METRO ENVIRONMENT?  As hard as glass  Very wear and abrasion resistant  No fading of colour and gloss due to cleaning  Excellent corrosion resistance  Excellent cleanability  Graffiti proof  Environmentally friendly  Non combustible  No toxic fumes  Completely recyclable  Reduced cost of energy (lighting) and maintenance
  • 20. INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS PolyVision coil coat Ceramicsteel grades G and M for tunnel and infrastructure applications fulfil following quality requirements and standards : European Enamel Authority EAA 2004  EEA 7.13 ‘Quality requirements for enamelled architectural panels, signs and advertising boards manufactured of steel plate for outdoor applications’ EAA 7.14 ‘… for interior applications’ European Normalisation CEN 2004  EN 14431 ‘Vitreous and porcelain enamels – Characteristics or the enamel coatings applied to steel panels intended for architecture’ American quality requirements  PEI 1001 ‘Specification for Architectural Porcelain Enamel’ National French standards  NF A 92-060 ‘Vitreous and porcelain enamels-Characteristics of the enamel coatings applied to steel panels intended for architecture’
  • 21. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL EUROPEAN ENAMEL AUTHORITY
  • 22. BASIC PANEL CONFIGURATIONS Most common : in which : PO.56/PO.56 PO.35 and PO.56 PolyVision Ceramicsteel PO.56/Z1.2 Z1.2 galvanised steel PO.56/HC8/Z HC8 particle cement board PO.35/HC8/Z Z coil painted galvanised steel Other compositions available using alu , ss , silicate board , … 1200x5000mm is maximum size for bonded panels
  • 23. WEATHER RESISTANCE OF ‘G’(gloss) AND ‘M’(matt) SURFACES  ISO 2722 cold citric acid resistance test on enamel  ISO 2742 boiling citric acid resistance test on enamel  ISO 3768 1000 h salt spray (5% NaCl , 35°C) , tape protected edges  PVNV 41403 TC 1000 h salt spray combined with temperature change (-40° to +90°C) , tape protected edges RESULTS  ISO 2722 all samples class A or AA  ISO 2742 all samples weight loss <15gm²  ISO 3768 no rusting , no blistering , cracking or coating delamination  PVNV 41403 TC no rusting , no blistering , cracking or coating delamination
  • 24. BONDED PANELS AND WEATHER RESISTANCE PO.35/HC8/Z Standard Polyvision Ceramicsteel (grades G and M for architectural and tunnel applications) bonded on particle cement board with coil painted galvanised steel backing sheet fulfils following requirements :  1000 h salt spray ISO 9227 NSS: No delamination  1000 h salt spray and temperature PVNV 41403 TC (-40° to +90°) No delamination  14 days submersion in water (20°C) : No delamination  Laboratory Aging of Sandwich constructions ASTM C 481, one cycle B No delamination  Frost resistance : 10 cycles , submersion in water . (1cycle = 16 h in ice at -20°C , 8 h in water at +20°C) No delamination These performances are valid for all earlier mentioned basic panel compositions
  • 25. BONDED PANELS AND FIRE PERFORMANCE Certain PolyVision panel configurations perform to highest fire and smoke emission standards :  PO.56/PO.56 thickness 1,7 mm tested according to NF P 92-507 : CLASS M0 (non combustible): - surfaces G and M , standard white and other colours  PO.35/HC8/Z thickness 9,2 mm tested according to BS 476 part 7: surface spread of flames CLASS 1 part 8: fire propagation index 0,7 tested according to London Underground Limited Engineering Standard E1042:A4:September 2000 : Smoke and Toxic fume emisson Transfire Services Limited , Report no. R17635 Rev.1 , 5. June 2002 - surfaces G and M , standard white and other colours
  • 26. 17. COATING ADHESION ON STEEL EN 10209 app D MIN. CLASS 2SURFACE PROPERTIES OF 18. VISUAL SURFACE DEFECTS PEI 1001 NO DEFECTS 19. WATER RESISTANCE DIP 25° C, 1000 HRS NO CHANGE (EDGES SEALED)‘G’ AND ‘M’ SURFACES 20. 21. COLD CITRIC ACID RESISTANCE BOILING CITRIC ACID RESISTANCE EN 14483-1-9 ISO 2742 MIN. A MAX. 18.5 g/m² 22. SOLVENT TEST : toluene, methylethyl- DIP 25° C, 1000 hrs NO CHANGE PROPERTY SPECIFICATION VALUE ketone, ethyl alcohol, petroleum, grease, oil, ethylacetate or xylene 1. typical THICKNESS VIEWSIDE ceramic ISO 2178 150 to 170 µm 23. SALT SPRAY TEST ISO 9227 NO RUSTING coatings:groundcoat+topcoat (TAPED EDGES) NO BLISTER FORMATION 2. STEEL THICKNESS 0,35 mm or 0,56 mm 24. MODULUS OF ELASTICITY (COMPOSITE) 13 X 104 MN/m² 3. typical THICKNESS BACKSIDE ceramic ISO 2178 85 µm 25. LINEAR THERMAL EXPANSION COEFFI- 12 X 10-6/K coatings:groundcoat+ceramic adhesion CIENT (COMPOSITE) promotor 26. BENDING MINIMAL BENDING RADIUS 32 cm diam (0,35 mm) 4. WEIGHT (TYPICAL) 3,4 kg/m² (0,35 mm) COMPOSITE 45 cm diam (0,56 mm) 5,1 kg/m² (0,56 mm) 27. FIRE RESISTANCE DIN 4102 Incombustible, class A1 5. AVAILABLE COLOURS 80 % of RAL-spectrum NFP 92-507 Incombustible, class M0 28. CLEANABILITY PVNV 49205 B DE*(CIE94) < 1,0 6. COLOUR DEVIATION from standard DIN 6174 /ISO 7724 DE*(CIE94) = 1,5 29. GLOBAL LUMINANCE FACTOR CIE 15 depending on colour 7. GLOSS (typical) ISO 2813 : 20° / 60° G : 65 GU / > 85 GU 9003M : b = 83 % depending on colour M : - / 60 GU 30. REFLECTANCE DIN 6174 / ISO 7724 (CIELAB) depending on colour 8. HAIRLINES ELECTROSTATIC POWDER NO HAIRLINES 9003M : Y = 83 % DETECTION AT 40 KV 31. AMERICAN QUALITY REQUIREMENTS PEI 1001 FULFILLED 9. POROSITY EN 14430 MAX. 10 PORES/m² 32. EUROPEAN STANDARD FOR ARCHI- EN 14431 FULFILLED 10. SURFACE HARDNESS EN-DIN 101 MIN. 5 TECTURE 33. EUROPEAN ENAMEL AUTHORITY 7.13-7.14 Certificate available 11. SCRATCH RESISTANCE ISO 15695 MIN. 7 N QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 12. PENCIL HARDNESS ASTM D-3363 NO SCRATCH, WHAT- 34. QUALITY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ISO 9001 Certificate available EVER PENCIL IS USED 35. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM ISO 14001 Certificate available 13. WEAR RESISTANCE ASTM C 501 MAX. 0,1 g SPECIFICATIONS (S 33/1 KG/1000 REV) 14. THERMAL SHOCK ISO 2747 MIN. 350° C 15. WEAKENING TEMPERATURE MIN. 450° C 16. IMPACT RESISTANCE ISO 4532 (< 2 mm) MIN. 20 N
  • 27. RECYCLING PolyVision Ceramicsteel is an environmentally friendly product, not only during production but also in the recycling phase The enamelled steel is currently being recycled as scrap in conventional factories
  • 28. COATING THICKNESS AND IMPACT RESISTANCE For architecture panels… Impact resistance-layerthickness 0,75 0,80 0,70 cm² chipping off covercoat 0,60 0,45 0,50 0,40 0,30 0,30 0,20 0,02 0,10 0,00 134 195 264 311 layerthickness (µm) Fall test steel ball (diam 50,8 mm, weight 535 g, fall height 2 meter)
  • 29. LIGHT REFLECTION Reflectance (DIN 6174) Painted concrete 55 FC-board mineral coating 84 Glazed tile 73 PVNV 6001 SM 80 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90
  • 30. SCRATCH RESISTANCE Scratch resistance (ISO 15695) PVC stove lacquered Al 1 Painted concrete 1 FC-board mineral coating 2 Glazed tile 10 PVNV 6001 SM 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Newton BETTER
  • 31. CLEANABILITY Cleanability of automotive contaminants (PVNV 49211) oil/grease/carbon black Painted concrete 3,0 FC-board mineral coating 0,9 Glazed tile 0,5 PVNV 6001 SM 0,0 0,0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 Delta Y BETTER
  • 32. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL STEAM HARDENED FIBRE CEMENT BOARD WITH MINERAL COATING and PVNV CERAMICSTEEL 9901 G Steam hardened fiber cement board PVNV 9901 G
  • 33. ABRASION RESISTANCE Abrasion resistance (ASTM C 501) (S33/1 kg/1000revs)) PVC stove lacquered Al 0,64 FC-board mineral coating 0,11 Glazed tile 0,03 PVNV 6001 SM 0,03 0,00 0,10 0,20 0,30 0,40 0,50 0,60 g BETTER
  • 34. IMPACT RESISTANCE Impact 535 g IRON BALL 85 cm fall height PVNV 6001 SM Dented Glazed tile Dented FC-board mineral coating Panel fracture PVC stove lacquered Al Dented
  • 35. CONCLUSION COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION  PolyVision Coil coat Ceramicsteel : the only material that fulfils all the investigated requirements and criteria  PolyVision Ceramicsteel reveals excellent properties making the difference in metro environment : • excellent resistance to wear , scratch , impact , fire, • excellent reflectance and cleanability.
  • 36. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVYGAUGE Scratch resistance (ISO 15695) German heavy 7 gauge competitor PVNV 4179 SM 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Newton BETTER
  • 37. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVY GAUGE Wear resistance (ASTM C 501) German heavy 0,03 gauge competitor PVNV 4179 SM 0,01 0,00 0,01 0,02 0,03 0,04 Newton BETTER
  • 38. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVY GAUGE Boiling citric acid resistance (ISO 2742) German heavy 10 gauge competitor PVNV 4179 SM 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 g/m² BETTER
  • 39. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVY GAUGE Impact test steel ball (diam 50,8 mm, weight 535g, fall height 2 m) heavy gauge 1,69 competitor PVNV 6001 SM 0,00 0,00 0,25 0,50 0,75 1,00 1,25 1,50 1,75 cm² chipped off covercoat BETTER
  • 40. FLATNESS OF CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVY GAUGE PolyVision Ceramicsteel panels are much flatter than heavy gauge :  absence of warp due to firing  the flexible Ceramicsteel adapts to the flatness of the bonded substrate  flatness deviation of a bonded Ceramicsteel panel is less than 0,15% EEA 2004: 7.13: ‘Quality requirements for enamelled architectural panels , signs and advertising boards manufactured of steel plate for outdoor applications’ allowable flatness deviation over the longest side is maximum 0,75 EN 14431 2004: ‘Vitreous and porcelain enamels – Characteristics of the enamel coatings applied to steel panels intended for architecture ’ flatness deviation for Heavy Gauge panels convex maximum 0,50% concave maximum 0,25% flatness deviation for Light Gauge panels in both directions maximum 0,15%
  • 41. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVY GAUGE Arguments in favour of coil coated Ceramicsteel :  extra long panels possible up to 5000mm  curved wall and ceiling cladding smoother and much easier to fabricate  strictly controlled layer thickness thanks to unique production process  very thin and uniform coatings (<250micron) versus Heavy Gauge (<500micron) resulting in better impact resistance  straight panels are much flatter (deviation <0,15%)  can be post cut to size from standard panels
  • 42. POLYVISION CERAMICSTEEL versus HEAVY GAUGE CONCLUSION  PolyVision Ceramicsteel is an exceptional material for station cladding thanks to it’s unique production process and unique properties  These unique properties contribute to long lasting and clean cladding surfaces with low maintenance and lighting energy cost.  That’s why a growing number of metro networks feature PolyVision Ceramicsteel
  • 43. ASSURED QUALITY
  • 44. PolyVision Ceramicsteel