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Benchmark Customer Day - 22nd September - Benchmark Presentation Phase 1 Benchmark Customer Day - 22nd September - Benchmark Presentation Phase 1 Presentation Transcript

  • A Turning Point in Building Design PHASE 1 www.kingspanbenchmark.com
  • Take the benefits of what we do best… Responsible Construction p Build Quality y • Reduce Injury on site • Build Speed • Social Responsibility • Air leakage • Reduce errors on site • Lifecycle • Environmental efficiency • Sustainability Heat H t Air Ai Moisture M i t
  • Benchmark build options • Unique insulated Karrier Panel has been specifically designed & tested to support Benchmark’s range of Facades • Can be laid vertically or horizontally with or without a tophat section to suit the façade and fixed back to purlins or steel framing system • System provides excellent weather resistance, thermal, acoustic, fire and structural performance • Metal faced insulated Karrier panel makes the building watertight, taking the façade off the critical path and enabling internal fit out to start sooner • Benchmark façade is fixed to the Karrier Panel using a specified and tested railing system
  • System features and benefits • Design flexibility – each system can be easily integrated with each other. • Fully tested complete external wall solution including LPS1181 approved FIREsafe systems • Single point responsibility – one contractor installing wall and façade. f d • Fast installation platform for application of façade, allowing other services to gain access sooner. • Removes façade from critical path path. • Clear simple pricing structure providing a cost effective solution. • Simple detailing to maximise air leakage performance performance.
  • So Benchmark is….. • A reference point for a complete insulated building envelope • Façade solutions to compliment building designs • Exciting colours textures and finishes • Roof systems that raise the standard in performance • Backed by the Kingspan Benchmark Total Performance Guarantee • Technical support service
  • Additional Build options • Karrier Panel & Facade System • Premium Insulated Panel System • Rainscreen with traditional build up Roof, Wall and Façade Systems
  • WHAT DOES BENCHMARK OFFER?
  • WHAT DOES BENCHMARK OFFER? Eleven Façade Systems
  • WHAT DOES BENCHMARK OFFER? Eleven Façade Systems Four Panel Systems
  • WHAT DOES BENCHMARK OFFER? Eleven Façade Systems Four Panel Systems Four Roof Systems
  • PHASE ONE FAÇADE SYSTEMS Categories There are 7 main categories regarding the façade systems; Metallics Glass Photovoltaic's Ceramic Cementitious Boards Wood Brick PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Metallic's  There are five different types of metallic façade systems being offered; 1.Steel - Stainless & Weathered 2. Aluminium Composite Material 3. Aluminium, 4. Copper 5. Zinc.  Available in an endless range of colours.  Matching ancillaries to provide a high quality finish.  Both through fix and secret fix options available.  Different Cassette Options (next slide) PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Metallic's – Cassette Options 1. Hook-on 2. Interlocking Plank 3. Shingle 4. Recessed Fix 5. Tray PPC Ali PPC Ali PPC Ali PPC Ali PPC Ali ACM - - ACM ACM - Zinc Zinc - - Copper Copper Copper Copper - Weathered St Weathered St - Weathered St - Stainless St Stainless St Stainless St Stainless St - PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • STEEl, aCM, al, Cu & Zn METallICS STEEl, aCM, al, Cu & Zn InTroDUCTIon TEChnICal ovErvIEW Steel, Aluminium Composite Material (ACM), Aluminium, Copper Colours and Zinc metallics provide striking finishes that give buildings a Aluminium is available in an anodized finish, pre-painted pre-coated & weathered option, including Corten. A selection of modern stylised appearance. Metallic façades are truly bespoke. aluminium sheets, post painted aluminium sheets & post powder ACM colour options can be seen on page 49, Zinc on page 50 They can be tailored to your project and offer an endless range coated. Colourful façades that can be produced in virtually any and Copper on page 51. The complete range can be seen on the of colours. Combined with superior aesthetics the Benchmark colour BS, NCS and RAL or matched to other colours on request benchmark website. Karrier panels provide excellent weather protection to the subject to minimum production quantities. Build option building envelope. They are simple to integrate into other systems Steel is available in a stainless steel option (shown on page 48), Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. with matching flashings and ancillaries available to provide a complete finish. Metal Type Cassette option BEnEFITS hook-on- Interlocking Shingle recessed Fix Tray Cassette plank Cassette • Superior aesthetics Aluminium • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope 0.9mm ppC only 3 • A wide range of material and cassette options, including 1.5mm 3 through fix and secret fix options 2.0mm 3 3 3 3 • Virtually maintenance free 3.0mm 3 3 3 • Individual cassettes can be removed and replaced as necessary ACM • Comprehensive design and technical support 4.0mm 3 3 3 • Flashings and ancillaries are available in the same material for a 6.0mm 3 3 complete solution Zinc • Long strip metal options are available in Copper, Steel and Zinc 0.8mm 3 • Independently tested system, including CWCT external building 1.0mm 3 envelope for the Tray cassette option Copper • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee 0.5mm Oxid only 3 • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified to 0.6mm Classic, patina only 3 bS En iSO 9001: 2000 0.7mm 3 • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) 1.0mm 3 accredited 1.5mm Classic only 3 2.0mm Classic only 3 3 3 Steel Weathered Steel (Coreten A) Cassette options 1.5mm 3 3 3 3.0mm 3 3 Stainless Steel 0.8mm 3 3 1.0mm 3 3 2.0mm 3 3 3 3.0mm 3 3 1. Hook-On-Cassette 2. interlocking plank 3. Shingle 4. Recessed Fix Cassette 5. Tray bEnCHMARK www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/metallic +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 8 METALLiCS STEEl, aCM, al, Cu & Zn | 9
  • MESh METallICS MESh TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Façade Weight The metal is sheared and then stretched in a single process Mesh size and thickness are dependent on project design creating the apertures and therefore expanding the metal. requirements. For accurate weights for your specific application, contact the benchmark Technical Services Department. Colours The mesh can be powder coated in virtually any colour BS, NCS and RAL or matched to other colours on request subject to minimum production quantities. Dimensions Maximum module size 2500mm by 1250mm. Smaller bespoke sizes are available*. Thickness: See table below. *Dependent on the mesh specified. Width Thickness Mesh Type lW SW (Strand) (Strand) Mesh 1 115 48 20 1.6-5 Mesh 2 44 12 5 1.5 Mesh 3 114.3 15 2.9 3 Mesh 4 115 9.5 3 1.5 Mesh 5 110 52 20 2 Mesh 6 30.48 16.93 4.6 1.5 InTroDUCTIon The different mesh options are displayed on the website. Architectural expanded mesh is an ideal material for external cladding, enhancing the look of a building. Soft curves and unusual Build option apertures combine to present mesh that can blend seamlessly into its surroundings or make a bold architectural statement. Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. The mesh is available in Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Brass, Corten and Copper, in 6 different mesh patterns and can be coated in virtually any colour BS, NCS and RAL or matched to other colours on request subject to minimum production quantities. BEnEFITS •Thousands of colour possibilities • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Virtually maintenance free • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified to • Individual modules can be removed and replaced as necessary bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Comprehensive design and technical support • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary accredited colours for a complete solution • Independently tested system, including CWCT external building envelope bEnCHMARK www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/metallic +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 10 METALLiCS MESh | 11
  • Coloured/Reflective Glass  Available only with the Shackerley rail system  3 straps  ‘Standard’ tile size 1198 x 598mm  Coloured available 1000 x 1000mm  Fabricated at Romag  Vertical strap bonded to back of tile with Dow Corning 993 adhesive  Certified applicator (audited)  Standard application for Romag  Rigorous quality check procedure (batch sample testing)  Every job checked by Romag to ensure suitable for environment (or worse case?), and to warranty (5 years! Glass market doesn’t have large warranties) PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • ColoUrED & MIrrorED GlaSS ColoUrED & rEFlECTIvE TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Dimensions Coloured glass consists of internal toughened glass, UV resistant Standard module 1206mm length by 606mm height (inclusive interlayer including coloured screen print and outer toughened of 8mm joint) and maximum actual panel size 1198mm length x glass. 598mm height. Other bespoke sizes are available. Mirrored glass consists of internal toughened glass, UV resistant Face panel thickness: 12mm maximum. interlayer including black screen print and outer silvered glass. Façade & rail Weight product Tolerance Module size is dependent on project design requirements. Laminate slippage tolerance is in accordance with bS En iSO For accurate weights for your specific application, contact the 12543-5: 1998 (Glass in building. Laminated glass and laminated benchmark Technical Services Department. safety glass. Dimensions and edge finishing). Glass cutting tolerance is +/- 1mm. aluminium Secondary rail System The extruded aluminium secondary rail system conforms to BS EN 12020-1: 2008 (Aluminium and aluminium alloys). Extruded precision profiles in alloys EN AW-6060 and En AW-6063. Technical conditions for inspection and delivery) - powder-coated black. attachment Extruded aluminium straps, conforming to BS EN 1220-1: 2008 in 6063/T6 grade alloy, are structurally bonded to the glass façade. Straps are secured to the aluminium secondary rail system using InTroDUCTIon self-drilling/self-tapping stainless steel fasteners. Benchmark coloured and mirrored façades give architects and designers more freedom with glass than ever before, with thousands of Colours colour options available. The coloured glass is available in virtually any colour BS, RAL The screen prints are made with heat and light stable pigments, creating a fade resistant façade. Advanced glazing performance creates a or matched to other colours on request subject to minimum glass façade that is strong, stable and flexible on design. production quantities. The mirrored glass is available as an option. Build option Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. BEnEFITS • Thousands of colour possibilities • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope building envelope • Safely protects against accidental glass impact, breakage or • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee fall out • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified • Secret fix option only, no visable fixings to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Virtually maintenance free • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) • Individual modules can be removed and replaced as necessary accredited • Comprehensive design and technical support • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary colours for a complete solution bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/glass +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 12 gLASS ColoUrED anD rEFlECTIvE | 13
  • Wall Powerpanel  Shackerley rail system  Manufactured by Romag  Same process as Colour/Reflective Glass  Tile size limited by multiples of 156mm x 156mm PV cell size + 21mm (min border width)  Integratable with ‘Therma’-range  5.5mm thick  PV energy assessment by PT’s team  Crystalline PV  15% Cell Efficiency  9m2/kWpeak  Annual Output: Approx 65kWhr/m2 PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Wall MoDUlE phoTovolTaIC Wall poWErpanEl MoDUlE InTroDUCTIon TEChnICal ovErvIEW Wall Powerpanel Module uses solar photovoltaics to generate Material Description Dimensions clean energy for buildings. Once installed every kW produced by Wall Powerpanel Module comprises one layer of 4mm glass with Maximum module 1206mm length by 606mm height (inclusive PV has zero carbon emissions, helping to reduce environmental a 1.5mm tedlar backsheet, incorporating encapsulated solar cells. of 8mm joint) and maximum actual panel size 1198mm length impact as well as energy costs. x 598mm height. Smaller bespoke sizes are available. product Tolerance The module is suitable for most wall applications on new build Wall Powerpanel Module cutting tolerance is +/- 1mm. Face panel thickness: 5.5mm maximum. or refurbishment projects and has 21 enhanced efficiency aluminium Secondary rail System Façade & rail Weight polycrystalline silicon cells in series, with 75 to 80 watts of nominal maximum power. The extruded aluminium secondary rail system conforms to Module size is dependent on project design requirements. BS EN 12020-1: 2008 (Aluminium and aluminium alloys). For accurate weights for your specific application, contact the Extruded precision profiles in alloys EN AW-6060 and benchmark Technical Services Department. En AW-6063. Technical conditions for inspection and delivery) - powder-coated black. attachment Extruded aluminium straps, conforming to BS EN 1220-1: 2008 in 6063/T6 grade alloy, are structurally bonded to the glass façade. Straps are secured to the aluminium secondary rail system using self-drilling/self-tapping stainless steel fasteners. Feed-In Tariffs Refer to the web address below for information. Build option Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. BEnEFITS • Integrated bypass diodes to minimise shading effects • Once installed every kW produced has zero carbon emissions, • Structurally-bonded aluminium fixing straps for easy installation which significantly reduces the carbon footprint onto façade structures • Not dependent on fossil or nuclear fuels • Available in 75 Wp or 80 Wp • No harmful CO2 emissions • Light aluminium frame for ease of installation • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope • Single-source integrated wall, façade and solar PV provider • Secret fix option only, no visible fixing • Installed by MCS approved contractors • Individual modules can be removed and replaced as necessary • Optimised, value-engineered systems for rapid installation • Comprehensive design and technical support • Project analysis / viability, design, supply, installation, testing, • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary commissioning and handover service colours for a complete solution • Virtually maintenance free • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Generates clean, inflation proof electricity – reduces building envelope energy costs • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Can increase the saleable / rentable value of the building • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/photovoltaic +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) 14 WALL pOWERpAnEL MODuLE phoTovolTaIC | 15
  • Cementitious Boards Available in 3 options: 1. Natura Pro • Natura Pro has a tactile, smooth surface which allows the natural variegation of the fibre cement finish to be seen through the semi-translucent, pigmented coating. • A UV cured top layer offers good protection against graffiti 2. Textura • Textura combines vivid colour, texture and toughness in one fully compressed fibre cement cladding panel. With a highly glazed, granular finish available in any factory-approved RAL colour, it is impact resistant yet strong, light in weight and easy to use. 3. Pictura • The new Pictura coating system incorporates an additional surface treatment for Fibre Cement panels. • The main characteristic of this treatment is the hard, smooth, silky, matt surface. • The UV cured top layer offers good protection against graffiti . PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Cementitious Boards PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Cementitious Boards Colour / finish availability PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • naTUra pro, TExTUra & pICTUra CEMEnTITIoUS BoarDS naTUra pro, TExTUra & pICTUra TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Dimensions Cementitious boards are fibre-reinforced cement boards that Maximum module available after trimming by fabricator (including satisfy the requirements of Category A, Class 2 to BS EN 12467: 10mm joint) is 2500 x 1250, 3100 x 1250 and 3100 x 1500*. 2004 (Fibre-cement flat sheets). Panels are manufactured by a Face panel thickness: 8mm & 12mm. batch-blending operation, followed by the Hatchek process and *Only available in the Textura board. high-pressure steam autoclaving. product Tolerance Façade & rail Weight Boards have a thickness tolerance of +/- 10%. Module size, thickness and railing are dependent on project design requirements. For accurate weights for your specific application, aluminium Secondary rail System contact the benchmark Technical Services Department. Secret Fix - The extruded aluminium straps or hooks, in 6063/T6 conforming to BS EN 12020-1: 2008 grade alloy, are secured to the boards using undercut stainless-steel expanding anchors. These are secured to the aluminium secondary rail system using either self- drilling / self-tapping stainless steel fasteners or hook on hangers. The secondary rail system is securely fastened to the Benchmark Karrier Panel with expanding self-fixing aluminium and stainless steel fasteners. Through Fix - The boards are secured to the aluminium rail system using coloured aluminium rivets. The rail system is securely fastened to the Benchmark Karrier Panel with expanding self-fixing aluminium and stainless steel fasteners. InTroDUCTIon Fixings Architectural cementitious boards offer the designer subtle shades of colour along with the crisp, clean lines required to create dynamic For the through fix option, rivets and screws are available in the and attractive elevations. same colour as the panel, to disguise the fixings. A smooth semi-translucent, highly glazed granular finish and matt option is available from this range. A UV cured top layer (excluding Fire Textura) offers good protection against many types of staining, mechanical damage during construction and graffiti. The cementitious boards achieve a Class 0 to BS476 - 6: 1989 (Fire propagation for products) and BS476 - 7: 1997 (Surface Where a smooth unbroken surface is required, a concealed fixing option and a through fixing detail are available. spread of flame of products) and have a European fire classification of A2-s1, d0. BEnEFITS Colours Please refer to pages 54 and 55 to see the Natura Pro, Textura & • Smooth, granular or matt surfaces are available • Individual modules can be removed and replaced as necessary Pictura colours. • A wide range of colour options • Comprehensive design and technical support • Choice of subtle pigmented surfaces • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary Build option • Easy to install colours for a complete solution Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. • Excellent weather resistance • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Resistant to insects, mould growth and fungi building envelope • Virtually maintenance free • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Frost proof • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Secret fix and through fix options are available • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited • Cementitious boards are BBA certified bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/ cementitious-boards TEChnICal +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) 20 CEMEnTiTiOuS bOARDS naTUra pro, TExTUra & pICTUra | 21
  • Wood Available in 4 options; 1. Metallics (15) 2. Wood Decors (17) 3. Naturals (6) 4. Uni-colours (62) Maximum module 4270mm length x 2130mm height and minimum panel size 200mm length x 400mm height (excluding the 10mm joint).  Face panel thickness: 8mm* and 13mm. *This thickness for face fixed applications only.  Standard and fire-rated options available PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • METEON  Fixing arrangement dependant on wind load assessment  Typically 600 to 1200mm centres and 80mm edge distance
  • WooD TrESpa architect: hoK location: Springdale, USa TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Dimensions Trespa Meteon is a flat panel, based on thermosetting resins, Standard modules are 3050mm length x 1530mm height homogeneously reinforced with wood based fibres and and 2550mm length x 1860mm height (excluding the 10mm manufactured under high pressure and high temperatures. joint). Sizes are tailored to the build option, please contact the The panels have an integrated decorative surface using Benchmark Technical Service Department for further information. proprietary EbC technology. Face panel thickness: 8, 10 & 13 mm. product Tolerance Façade and rail Weight Thickness, flatness, straightness of edges, squareness, width and Module size, thickness and railing are dependent on project design length are all in accordance with BS EN 438-2 (High-pressure requirements. For accurate weights for your specific application, decorative laminates (HpL) sheets based on thermosetting resins). contact the benchmark Technical Services Department. aluminium Secondary rail System Secret Fix - The extruded aluminium straps or hooks, in 6063/T6 conforming to BS EN 12020-1: 2008 grade alloy, are secured to the boards using undercut stainless steel expanding anchors or architect: henry J lyons & partners location: Ennis, Ireland self-tapping stainless steel screws into pre-drilled holes. These are secured to the aluminium secondary rail system using either self-drilling/ self-tapping stainless steel fasteners or hook on hangers. The secondary rail system is securely fastened to the insulated wall panel with expanding self-fixing aluminium and stainless steel fasteners. Through Fix - The boards are secured to the aluminium rail InTroDUCTIon system using coloured aluminium rivets. The rail system is securely fastened to the insulated wall panel with expanding self-fixing The Benchmark system offering includes Trespa Meteon’s architectural panels, which are available in a wide choice of standard aluminium and stainless steel fasteners. colours, effects and finishes – or they can be custom-made. Fixings These panels have the ability to transform, enhance or add new dimensions to your design. Literally thousands of applications around For the through fix option, rivets and screws are available in the the world bear testimony to the material’s versatility. Trespa Meteon is not just beautiful – it is exceedingly robust and durable so today’s same colour as the panel, to disguise the fixings. vision will remain tomorrow’s reality. Fire Type FR achieves a European fire classification of B-s2d0 and BEnEFITS Type Standard achieves D-s2d0 to EN 438-7 (High-pressure decorative laminates (HpL). Sheets based on thermosetting resins • Versatile facade, near limitless design possibilities • Individual facades can be removed and replaced as necessary (usually called laminates)). • Extremely weather resistant, tested to EN 438-2: 29 • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Very high resistance to impact damage building envelope Colours • Through fix and secret fix facade options • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee Please refer to pages 56 to see a selection of colours from the • Virtually maintenance free • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified to uni colour range. • Comprehensive design and technical support bS En iSO 9001: 2000 Build option • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary • Manufacturing plants is ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. colours for a complete solution bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/wood +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 22 WOOD TrESpa | 23
  • Timber Panel  Available in 4 species; 1. Siberian Larch 2. Sweet Chestnut 3. Accoya 4. Western Red Cedar PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Timber Panel Siberian Larch & Sweet Chestnut 21mm Thick VT1/2/3/4/8/ & VT302 Accoya & Western Red Cedar 17mm thick T1/2/3/4/VT6, VT7,VT8/ VT9b, VT10b & VT302 PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • Timber Panel PROPOSED BENCHMARK FAÇADE SYSTEMS
  • TIMBEr WooD TIMBEr TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Dimensions Sustainable source natural timber, varying from hard to softwood, Lengths can range from 1.2m to 6.0m but can vary. Please contact cut to order. the Benchmark Technical Department for further information. product Tolerance Face panel thickness: 21mm (Siberian Larch & Sweet Chestnut), 17mm (Accoya & Western Red Cedar). Timber machine cutting tolerances of +/- 0.5mm for the width and thickness, and a cross cutting to set length +/- 1mm. Façade Weight Fixings Module size, thickness are dependent on project design requirements. For accurate weights for your specific application, Stainless steel fixings ideally small round headed annular ring contact the benchmark Technical Services Department. shank nails. Note: Non ferrous metals should not be used with Western Red Cedar. Fire Fire ratings can vary, please refer to the website for guidance. Colours Siberian larch – pale honey to reddish brown. Relates to the heartwood of the wood. Most timbers vary in colour and will change with use, the application of finishes and exposure to light. Sweet Chestnut – Pale golden brown to biscuit, some dark brown stain can be present, ages to silver grey if left unprotected. accoya – pale cream with brownish tones, allowing light InTroDUCTIon translucent colours to be applied. Benchmark timber provides a natural look to your building with warm colours and textures. Western red Cedar – Reddish brown (Ages to silver grey if left unprotected). Timber is available in Accoya, Siberian Larch, Sweet Chestnut and Western Red Cedar. Lightweight and fast to install the façade is an ideal solution for fast-track building schemes. Build option Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. BEnEFITS • Sourced from sustainable forests with PEFC (Programme • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) or FSC • Secret fix and through fix options are available (Forest Stewardship Council) certification • Comprehensive design and technical support • Available in transparent and opaque coatings on a wide variety • Ancillaries are available in the same material for a of timber substrates, including fire retardant treatments complete solution • A variety of profiles are available in each wood type • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Virtually maintenance free building envelope • Retains natural strength and beauty • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Environmentally compatible, 100% recyclable and naturally • All manufacturing occurs under strict quality control guidelines, renewable providing high performance materials bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/wood +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 24 WOOD TIMBEr | 25
  • Optimo VARI-GROOVE We can apply one, two or three additional false joints to the panels 1000 & 900 Optimo only The middle rib is in a fixed central position (but roll-former can be lowered or raised), but the next two ribs are variable (independently). To a minimum position of 75mm either side of the centre line =.“150mm rib to rib”. To a max outer position of “385mm from the centre line = “770mm rib to rib” . VARI-WIDTH Optimo and all other AWP profiles available in any width from 580mm to 1189mm cover width in mm increments (50mm increments for WV and EB). D-END Panel available with return edges PROPOSED BENCHMARK PANEL SYSTEMS
  • Optimo - Varigroove PROPOSED BENCHMARK PANEL SYSTEMS
  • opTIMo InSUlaTED panEl opTIMo TEChnICal ovErvIEW Dimensions 600-1000mm cover widths Thermal performance available lengths Core Thickness (mm) 45 60 70 80 100 120 140 Standard lengths 1.8 to 12 metres. Panel lengths up to 17 metres are available. Panels less than 1.8m long can be supplied and are U-value (W/m2K) 0.54 0.35* 0.30* 0.27* 0.21* 0.18* 0.15* subject to an additional charge. These panels cannot be end lapped. Weight kg/m2 ^ 10.9 11.5 11.9 12.3 13.1 13.9 14.6 panel features * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Optimo is available with a range of different tophat options, Section 6 (Scotland) (with the exeption of 60mm thick), part F2 (northern ireland) and part L including coated steel and aluminium. Different variations of (Republic of Ireland - based on the Overall Heat Loss Method). ^ panel weight only. Optimo are available: • De Ended - a metal covered panel edge, eradicating the Fire corner joint panels are FiREsafe approved by the Loss Prevention Certification • Curved Panel - for curved elevations board (LpCb) to LpS 1181 grade EXT-b. • Cranked Panel - pre-formed corners (top image shown below) The external and internal faces of the panels are Class 0 in • Variable Width - panels available from 600 to 1000mm in accordance with the Building Regulations when tested to BS 476-6: 1mm increment 1989 (Fire propagation for products) and BS 476-7: 1997 (Surface • Vari Groove - a fake joint giving the illusion of using smaller InTroDUCTIon spread of flame of products) and have a European fire classification width panels whilst retaining thermal and airtightness Optimo insulated panels can be used to create a stylishly sleek look to the building profile. of b-s2, d0. performance benefits of the full width panel The system is easily integrated into other interfaces allowing variations in colour, texture and profile to be easily achieved. New variations acoustics and colours are available for Optimo insulated panels, including dual tone and diamond sparkle. Optimo insulated panels have a single-figure weighted sound reduction Rw = 24dB. Colours BEnEFITS Optimo ia available in a wide range of colours, including Diamond • Provides Property & Business Protection - Loss Prevention • Easily accommodates openings, penetrations and (shown on page 58), Dual Tone (shown on page 59) and Spectrum Certification Board (LPCB) LPS 1181 certified insurer complex façades (shown on page 60), amongst others. approved FiREsafe systems deliver certainty of performance • Simple integration with doors, windows, glazing, louvres Build option and insurability and traditional construction materials Please refer to Build Option 2, shown on page 7. • Available in cover widths from 600 up to 1000mm in • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and 1mm increments airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty • Suitable for vertical or horizontal applications • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Architecturally enhancing ancillary package building envelope • Accelerated build speed through pre-engineered, single • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee component, single-fix installation • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified • ECOsafe, environmentally sustainable panel system which can to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 achieve a Green Guide ‘A+’ rating • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited bEnCHMARK www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/insulatedpanel +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) 28 inSuLATED pAnEL opTIMo | 29
  • CUrvEWall InSUlaTED panEl CUrvEWall TEChnICal ovErvIEW Dimensions 1000mm cover width only 200mm 38mm thickness Core Thermal performance available lengths Core Thickness (mm) 45 60 70 80 100 120 140** Standard lengths 1.8 to 17 metres. panels less than 1.8m long can be supplied and are subject to an additional charge. U-value (W/m2K) 0.43 0.29* 0.26* 0.23* 0.19* 0.16* 0.14* These panels cannot be end lapped. Weight kg/m2 ^ 11.8 12.4 12.8 13.2 14.0 14.8 15.6 panel features * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Unique detailing is available for the Curvewall insulated panels: Section 6 (Scotland), Part F2 (Northern Ireland) and Part L (Republic of Ireland - based on the pre-formed mitred corners are available for horizontally or Overall Heat Loss Method). ** Subject to minimum order quantity. vertically laid panels. They consist of mitred cut panel edges ^ panel weight only. Note: The U-values for Curvewall have been calculated taking the external profiles into which are factory bonded and can be used for internal and account to illustrate the additional thermal benefits. These U-values can be used where external corners. Standard panel lengths will vary, please contact the full elevation is Curvewall. Where its used in conjunction with Optimo, Louvre, Render Panel or the Benchmark Karrier Panel, the U-value applicable for these products the benchmark Technical Services for details. should be used instead. A fin feature (folded vertical fin flashing) can be installed at Fire the vertical joint between horizontally laid panels. Available in InTroDUCTIon panels are FiREsafe approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Spectrum coatings, and 2mm PPC Aluminium. Curvewall provides a contemporary curved profile with all the benefits of a PIR insulated panel system. board (LpCb) to LpS 1181 grade EXT-b. The fin is fabricated with PIR insulation and an internal air Suitable for horizontal or vertical application, it can be easily integrated with other panels. Panels are secretly fixed to create The external and internal faces of the panels are Class 0 in seal gasket, ensuring airtightness and insulation properties a visual impact for almost all building applications. accordance with the Building Regulations when tested to BS 476-6: are maintained. 1989 (Fire propagation for products) and BS 476-7: 1997 (Surface A variety of corner and tophat features are also available. spread of flame of products) and have a European fire classification For more information on the features range, please contact BEnEFITS of b-s2, d0. benchmark Technical Services Department. • Property & Business Protection - Loss Prevention Certification • Simple integration with doors, windows, glazing, louvres acoustics Build option Board (LPCB) LPS 1181 certified insurer approved FIREsafe and traditional construction materials All Curvewall panels have a predicted single-figure weighted Please refer to Build Option 2, shown on page 7. systems deliver certainty of performance and insurability • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and sound reduction Rw = 24dB. • Available in 22 different colours from the Spectrum airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty Colours colour finish • Independently tested system, including CWCT external Standard colour is Metallic Silver Spectrum. Other colours from • Suitable for vertical or horizontal applications building envelope the Spectrum colour range are available upon request, please • Accelerated build speed through pre-engineered, single • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee contact the Quotations Department for minimum order quantity, component, single-fix installation • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified costing and lead times. A selection of Spectrum colours are shown • ECOsafe, environmentally sustainable panel system which to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 on page 60. can achieve a Green Guide ‘A+’ rating • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) • Easily accommodates openings, penetrations and accredited . complex façades bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/insulatedpanel +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 30 inSuLATED pAnEL CUrvEWall | 31
  • loUvrE InSUlaTED panEl loUvrE TEChnICal ovErvIEW Dimensions 1000mm cover width only 100mm 18mm thickness Core Thermal performance available lengths Core Thickness (mm) 45 60 70 80 100 120 140** Standard lengths 1.8 to 17 metres. panels less than 1.8m long can be supplied and are subject to an additional charge. U-value (W/m2K) 0.49 0.33* 0.28* 0.25* 0.20* 0.17* 0.15* These panels cannot be end lapped. Weight kg/m2 ^ 12.4 13.0 13.4 13.8 14.6 15.4 16.2 panel features * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Unique detailing is available for the Louvre insulated panels: Section 6 (Scotland) (with the exeption of 60mm thick), part F2 (northern ireland) and part L pre-formed mitred corners are available for horizontally or (Republic of Ireland - based on the Overall Heat Loss Method). ** Subject to minimum order quantity. vertically laid panels. They consist of mitred cut panel edges ^ panel weight only. Note: The U-values for Louvre have been calculated taking the external profiles into which are factory bonded and can be used for internal and account to illustrate the additional thermal benefits. These U-values can be used where the external corners. Standard panel lengths will vary, please contact full elevation is Louvre. Where its used in conjunction with Optimo, Render Panel or the Benchmark Karrier Panel, the U-value applicable for these products should be used instead. benchmark Technical Services for details. A fin feature (folded vertical fin flashing) can be installed at the Fire vertical joint between horizontally laid panels. Available in panels are FiREsafe approved by the Loss Prevention Certification InTroDUCTIon board (LpCb) to LpS 1181 grade EXT-b. XL Forte and Spectrum coatings, and 2mm PPC Aluminium. The fin is fabricated with PIR insulation and an internal air Louvre PIR insulated panels are an attractive solution suitable for almost all building applications. The external and internal faces of the panels are Class 0 in seal gasket, ensuring airtightness and insulation properties accordance with the Building Regulations when tested to BS 476-6: Panels can be laid horizontally or vertically and are secretly fixed, providing a contemporary visual impact with the assurance of are maintained. 1989 (Fire propagation for products) and BS 476-7: 1997 (Surface airtightness and a lifetime of continuous thermal performance. A variety of corner and tophat features are also available. spread of flame of products) and have a European fire classification For more information on the features range, please contact of b-s2, d0. benchmark Technical Services Department. BEnEFITS acoustics Build option All Louvre panels have a predicted single-figure weighted sound • Property & Business Protection - Loss Prevention Certification • Simple integration with doors, windows, glazing, louvres Please refer to Build Option 2, shown on page 7. reduction Rw = 24dB. Board (LPCB) LPS 1181 certified insurer approved FIREsafe and traditional construction materials systems deliver certainty of performance and insurability • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and Colours • Over 50 colours are available from the Spectrum and XL airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty Standard colours are Metallic Silver, Obsidian and Onyx from the Forte colour ranges • Independently tested system, including CWCT external Spectrum colour range and Goosewing Grey and Bottle Green • Suitable for vertical or horizontal application building envelope from the XL Forte colour range. Other colours from both colour • Accelerated build speed through pre-engineered, single • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee ranges are available upon request, please contact the Quotations component, single-fix installation • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified Department for minimum order quantity, costing and lead times. • ECOsafe, environmentally sustainable panel system to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 Colour ranges are shown on pages 60 to 61. which can achieve a Green Guide ‘A+’ rating • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) • Easily accommodates openings, penetrations and accredited complex façades bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/insulatedpanel +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 32 inSuLATED pAnEL loUvrE | 33
  • rEnDEr panEl rEnDEr rEnDEr panEl InTroDUCTIon TEChnICal ovErvIEW Render Panel is a PIR insulated panel that enables you to create Dimensions a visual impact whatever the build. Render panels are easily 600-1000mm cover widths integrated and compatible with other insulated panels, giving you greater design flexibility. The panels provide an ideal solution for apartments, offices, education, healthcare and leisure facilities. Available for horizontal or vertical applications and in cover widths of 600 up to 1000mm in 1mm increments. internal and external pre-formed corners, curved panels and ancillaries can be rendered. Controlled factory Thermal performance available lengths conditions ensure every panel is consistent in colour, texture Core Thickness (mm) 45 60 70 80 100 120 140 Standard lengths 1.8 to 8 metres. Panel lengths up to 16 metres and flatness. U-value (W/m K) 2 0.54 0.35* 0.30* 0.27* 0.21* 0.18* 0.15* are available. Panels less than 1.8m long can be supplied and are subject to an additional charge. These panels cannot be Weight kg/m2 ^ 13.5 14.1 14.5 14.9 15.7 16.5 17.3 end lapped. * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Section 6 (Scotland) (with the exception of 60mm thick), part F2 (northern ireland) and part L (Republic of Ireland - based on the Overall Heat Loss Method). ^ panel weight only. Fire panels are FiREsafe approved by the Loss Prevention Certification board (LpCb) to LpS 1181 grade EXT-b. The internal face of the insulated panel is Class 0 in accordance with the Building Regulations when tested to BS 476-6: 1989 (Fire propagation for products) and BS 476-7: 1997 (Surface spread of flame of products). The external rendered steel facing is Class 3 when tested to surface spread of flame to BS476-7: BEnEFITS 1987 (Surface spread of flame of products) and have a European • The pre-rendered coating has a life expectancy of up to • ECOsafe, environmentally sustainable PIR insulation core, fire classification of B-s2, d0. 40 years* low GWP (Global Warming Potential) and non-deleterious acoustics • Innovative joint gasket minimises visual impact • Easily accommodates openings, penetrations and Panels have a predicted single-figure weighted sound reduction • A non-gasket version is available to emphasise the joint complex façades Rw = 24dB. • Suitable for vertical or horizontal application • Simple integration with doors, windows, glazing, louvres • Factory applied render creates consistency of colour, texture and traditional construction materials Colours and flatness over the whole elevation • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and For colours options, please visit the web link shown below. • The rendered texture is also available on long spanning frame airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty Build option to frame insulated wall panel system • Independently tested system, including CWCT external Please refer to Build Option 2, shown on page 7. • Less vulnerable to weather interruptions and associated building envelope variations in finish than traditional wet applied render • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Available in cover widths from 600 up to 1000mm in • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified 1mm increments to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Durability / weather testing to DIN 5021 & BS EN ISO 9227 • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) salt spray and Din 52104 for Freeze/Thaw accredited • Property & Business Protection - Loss Prevention Certification *NB - Coating will require repainting every ten years in order to comply with guarantee. Board (LPCB) LPS 1181 certified insurer approved FIREsafe bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/render +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) systems deliver certainty of performance and insurability TEChnICal 34 inSuLATED pAnEL rEnDEr panEl | 35
  • CEraMIC GranITE CEraMIC CEraMIC GranITE TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Dimensions The ceramic granite is typically refined clays, quartz, feldspars and Maximum module 1206mm length x 606mm height (inclusive metal oxides vitrified under high temperature and pressure, with of 8mm joint) and maximum actual panel size 1198mm length mesh reinforcement to rear face. x 598mm height. Smaller bespoke sizes are available. product Tolerance Face panel thickness: 12mm maximum. Thickness, sides straightness, rectangularity and surface flatness Façade & rail Weight are all in accordance with bS En 14411: 2003 (Ceramic tiles Module size is dependent on project design requirements. Annex g (Dry-pressed ceramic tiles with low water absorption For accurate weights for your specific application, contact the group Bla). benchmark Technical Services Department. aluminium Secondary rail System The extruded aluminium secondary rail system conforms to BS EN 12020-1: 2008 (Aluminium and aluminium alloys. Extruded precision profiles in alloys EN AW-6060 and En AW-6063. Technical conditions for inspection and delivery) - powder coated black. attachment The extruded aluminium straps, conforming to BS EN 12020-1: 2008 in 6063/T6 grade alloy, are secured to the ceramic granite façade panel using undercut stainless steel expanding anchors. Straps are secured to the aluminium secondary rail system using self-drilling / self-tapping stainless steel fasteners. The secondary InTroDUCTIon rail system is securely fastened to the Benchmark Karrier Panel with expanding self-fixing aluminium and stainless steel fasteners. Ceramic Granite provides an attractive solution available in a wide choice of colours in veined or grained variations that replicate the appearance of granite and marble. Fire The ceramic granite façades have Class 1 fire rating to BS 476-7: Finished in natural unpolished, satin pre-polished, mirror polished or metallic. Exceptionally hardwearing and cost effective, protecting 1997 (Surface spread of flame of products), and are Class 0 as both your building and budget. defined by Building Regulations. Colours BEnEFITS please refer to page 52 to see the metallic, polished and unpolished finishes. • A patented manufacturing process achieves individual veining • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope on the tiles replicating that of quarried stone • Secret fix option only, no visible fixing Build option • Benchmark will cut Ceramic Granite to your project • Individual modules can be removed and replaced as necessary Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. dimensions, openings and features • Comprehensive design and technical support • Ceramic Granite is highly resistant to moisture and frost • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary • Loadings on the substrate and building exterior are reduced colours for a complete solution in comparison with naturally quarried stone • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • The Ceramic Granite is completely resistant to light and building envelope uV radiation • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • The Ceramic Granite is highly resistant to algae growth • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified and does not accumulate dust to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Virtually maintenance free • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/ceramic +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 16 CERAMiC CEraMIC GranITE | 17
  • CEraMIC TIlE CEraMIC CEraMIC TIlE TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Dimensions The Ceramic Tile is an extruded ceramic panel according to DIN There are five different tile sizes available: 400x200mm, En 14411: 2003 (Ceramic tiles Annex g (Dry-pressed ceramic 500x250mm, 500x280mm, 600x250mm and 600x280mm. tiles with low water absorption group Bla)), fired at 1250ºC. Face panel thickness: 15mm maximum. product Tolerance Façade & rail Weight Thickness, sides straightness, rectangularity and surface flatness Module size is dependent on project design requirements. are all in accordance with DIN EN 14411: 2003. There is a natural For accurate weights for your specific application, contact the material tolerance, hence colour can vary. benchmark Technical Services Department. aluminium Secondary rail System The extruded aluminium secondary rail system conforms to BS EN 12020-1: 2008 (Aluminium and aluminium alloys. Extruded precision profiles in alloys EN AW-6060 T66. Technical conditions for inspection and delivery). attachment Ceramic Tiles are put into position using a mounting tool. The secondary rail system is securely fastened to the Benchmark Karrier Panel with expanding self-fixing aluminium and stainless steel fasteners. Fire The Ceramic Tile façades have a Class A1 rating, and are non-combustible as defined by Building Regulations. InTroDUCTIon Colours Ceramic Tile is the ideal choice for creating a contemporary, stylish façade. Tiles are available in a large range of surfaces and sizes to Most popular colours are shown on page 53. Glazed and support a myriad of design possibilities. unglazed options are available. Please see the web page below to In addition to its aesthetics, the system provides a cost-effective solution. The façade is fast to install, easy to integrate and fully guaranteed. see the full range. Build option Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. BEnEFITS • Offers design flexibility • Comprehensive design and technical support • Easily integrates with other façades • Flashings and ancillaries are available in the same material • Fast and simple installation for a complete solution • Secret fix only, individual tiles clip onto the railing system • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Has a hydrotect surface coating, ensuring an ageless building envelope appearance, long term minimum maintenance and is able • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee to remove harmful oxides from the atmosphere • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified • Frost proof to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Light and colour-fast, resistant to UV light • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) • Low water absorption (3% < E > 6%) accredited • Resistance to aggressive environmental effects bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/ceramic +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 18 CERAMiC CEraMIC TIlE | 19
  • WooD CoMpoSITE WooD WooD CoMpoSITE TEChnICal ovErvIEW Material Description Build option Wood Composite façades have a thermosetting phenolic resin Please refer to Build Option 1, shown on page 6. bonded cellulose fibre core. This is faced with natural wood that Dimensions has been coated with a proprietary acrylic resin - pVDF uV Maximum module 1206mm length x 606mm height (inclusive protective finish. of 8mm joint) and maximum actual panel size 1198mm length natural Wood x 598mm height. The natural wood is typically Ayous or Okume and comes from Face panel thickness: 10mm maximum. a sustainable source. Façade & rail Weight anti-graffiti Railing system is dependent on project design requirements. Specifically designed to resist chemical attack (anti-graffiti), For accurate weights for your specific application, contact the the Wood Composite façade is BM Trada Q Marked benchmark Technical Services Department. (Cert CE/F04151). product Tolerance Thickness, length and width, edge straightness and squareness are all in accordance with BS EN 438 (High-pressure decorative laminates (HPL) Sheets based on thermosetting resins (Usually called Laminates) part 2: Determination of properties). aluminium Secondary rail System The extruded aluminium secondary rail system is tested to BS 1474: 1987 (Specification for wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys for general engineering purposes) in 6063/T6 grade alloy. InTroDUCTIon attachment The Wood Composite façade is a high pressure laminate cladding manufactured with a real wood veneer which exhibits all the natural The extruded aluminium straps tested to BS 1474 in 6063/T6 variation, warmth and beauty of real wood. grade alloy are secured to the Wood Composite façade panel using The panels are coated with a proprietary coating, based in synthetic resins and PVDF, which protect the panel from the effects of sunlight, undercut stainless steel expanding anchors. Straps are secured to chemical attack (anti-graffiti) and the damage caused by atmospheric agents. the aluminium secondary rail system using self drilling / self tapping A smooth concealed fixing system can be used, and a through fix option is also available to create the desired look. stainless steel coated black screws. Fire The Wood Composite façade panels have a Class 3 fire rating to BEnEFITS BS476 - 6: 1989 (Fire propagation for products) and BS476 - 7: • The natural wood veneer is sourced from sustainably • Secret fix and through fix options are available 1997 (Surface spread of flame of products). managed forests • Individual modules can be removed and replaced as necessary Colours • Graffiti proof, specifically designed to resist chemical attacks • Comprehensive design and technical support please refer to page 57 to view the complete range. • 10 year colourfast guarantee to Class 3 according to • Flashings and ancillaries are available in similar complementary BS EN 20105-A02: 1995 (Textiles. Tests for colour fastness. colours for a complete solution Grey scale for assessing change in colour) • Independently tested system, including CWCT external • Independent durability and weathering tests completed by building envelope Taylor Woodrow to recognised industry standards • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Available in a range of colours • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified • Virtually maintenance free to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Provides excellent weather protection to the building envelope • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/wall/wood +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) accredited TEChnICal 26 WOOD WooD CoMpoSITE | 27
  • rooF MoDUlE phoTovolTaIC rooF poWErpanEl InTroDUCTIon TEChnICal ovErvIEW Roof Powerpanel Module uses solar photovoltaics to generate Dimensions clean energy for buildings. Once installed every kW produced by PV has zero carbon emissions, helping to reduce environmental impact as well as energy costs. Roof PowerPanel Module consists of insulated roof panels with a silver aluminium frame mounted module. It is suitable for pitched roof applications on new build or refurbishment projects. Thermal performance Build option Core Thickness (mm) 40 50 60 70 80 100 120 The insulated panel can be installed purlin to purlin. Please contact the benchmark Technical Services Department for U-Value (W/m2K) 0.46 0.38 0.35 0.30 0.25* 0.20* 0.16* further information. Weight kg/m2 0.5/ 0.4 steel 9.9 10.3 10.7 11.0 11.5 12.3 13.1 available sizes Weight kg/m2 Maximum module 1652mm length by 994mm width 0.63/0.4 steel 11.8 12.2 12.6 12.9 13.4 14.2 15.0 (including the framework). Smaller bespoke sizes are available. Weight kg/m2 Module Thickness ranges from 46mm to 50mm. 0.9/0.5 alum. 5.6 6.0 6.4 6.7 7.2 8.0 8.8 Trapezoidal standard lengths 1.8 up to 12 metres. Lengths over * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved 12 metres up to 22.1 metres can be supplied but are subject to Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Section 6 (Scotland), Part F2 (Northern Ireland) and Part L (Republic of Ireland - based on the an additional transport charge. 22.1 to 29.3m can be supplied Overall Heat Loss Method). subject to transport restrictions. Note: Roof powerpanel Modules installed on Kingspan’s KS1000 RW Trapezoidal insulated panel. please contact the benchmark Technical Services Department for other panels. pv Module & rail Weight Fire Module size & thickness are dependent on project design The Trapezoidal insulated roof panels have steel outer and requirements. For accurate weights for your specific application, inner facings that have a Class 1 surface spread of flame to contact the benchmark Technical Services Department. BEnEFITS BS 476-7: 1997, are Class 0, as defined by Building Regulations and have a European fire classification of B-s2, d0. • Flexibility to be mounted on any Benchmark/Kingspan insulated • Can increase the saleable / rentable value of the building roof profile • Once installed every kW produced has zero carbon emissions, The panels must be rated SAA when tested to BS476: Part 3: • Integrated bypass diodes to minimise shading effects which significantly reduces the carbon footprint 1975 and have passed all the requirements of LPS1181: 2003: • Available in approx 125 to 145 Wp output per m2 installed • Not dependent on fossil or nuclear fuels Part 1: Issue 1, ceiling lining tests. • A Roof Powerpanel laminate option is also available • No harmful CO2 emissions acoustics • Quick and easy site connection using ‘push together’ connectors • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and The Trapezoidal insulated roof panels have a single-figure • Single-source integrated roof, wall, façade and solar PV provider airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty weighted sound reduction Rw = 25dB. • Installed by MCS approved contractors • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Optimised, value-engineered systems for rapid installation • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified to Feed-In Tariffs • Project analysis / viability, design, supply, installation, testing, bS En iSO 9001: 2000 Refer to the web address below for information. commissioning and handover service • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited • Virtually maintenance free • Generates clean, inflation proof electricity – reduces energy costs bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/roof/photovoltaic +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 38 pHOTOVOLTAiCS rooF poWErpanEl | 39
  • EnvIroDEK GrEEn rooF EnvIroDEK TEChnICal ovErvIEW Dimensions 1000mm cover width 66mm 160mm 40mm Thermal performance available lengths Core Thickness (mm) 66 Standard lengths 1.8 up to 14 metres. Lengths over 14 metres up U-Value (W/m K) 2 0.25* to 16 metres can be supplied but are subject to an additional transport charge. Weight kg/m 2 21.3 * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Section 6 (Scotland), Part F2 (Northern Ireland) and Part L (Republic of Ireland - based on the Overall Heat Loss Method). Fire Steel inner and outer facings have a predicted Class 1 surface spread of flame to BS476 Part 7: 1987, and are class 0 as defined InTroDUCTIon by building regulations. The panel surfaces are rated FAA/SAA to Envirodek is a PIR insulated roof deck that has been specifically designed for green roof systems. Envirodek gives you the ability to bS476:part 3:1975. transform urban space into a greener environment. acoustics Used increasingly on buildings such as schools, healthcare and city centre buildings for a visual effect or to create a useable space, Envirodek All Envirodek panels have a predicted single-figure weighted provides the right impact, enhancing thermal and acoustic performance with less effect on sustainability than traditional systems. sound reduction Rw = 27dB. Build option The panels can be installed rafter to rafter or purlin to purlin. BEnEFITS please contact the benchmark Technical Services Department for • Cost effective • Suitable for curved roofs down to 15m concave and further information. • Quick and safe to install 30m convex radius • Well insulated and energy efficient • Envirodek is a member of the • Building is quickly weather tight green Roof Organisation (gRO) • Lightweight • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and • Installation rates of up to 1000m2 per day with the aid airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty of mechanical handling equipment • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Double spans of up to 6m can be achieved depending • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified upon load and roof type to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/roof/green-roof +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 40 gREEn ROOF EnvIroDEK | 41
  • rooFlInEr STanDInG SEaM rooFlInEr TEChnICal ovErvIEW Dimensions 600 / 1100mm cover width Thermal performance available lengths Core Thickness (mm) 80 100 125 150 175 200 Standard lengths are from 1.8 to 12 metres. 12 to 16.5 metres U-Value (W/m K) 2 0.25* 0.20* 0.16* 0.14* 0.12* 0.10* can be supplied but are subject to additional transport surcharge. Weight kg/m2^ 13.6 14.4 15.4 16.4 17.4 18.4 * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2b (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and non-domestic Section 6 (Scotland), Part F2 (Northern Ireland) and Part L (Republic of Ireland - based on the Overall Heat Loss Method). These U-values are based on a 1100mm wide panel with Stainless Steel fixings. ^ Weights are based on 0.7mm external metal sheet and 0.5mm internal liner. Fire The steel outer and inner facings have Class 1 surface spread of flame to BS 476-7: 1997 (Surface spread of flame of products), are Class 0, as defined by Building Regulations and have a European fire classification of B-s2, d0. InTroDUCTIon acoustics Roofliner is a PIR insulated roof panel that is ideal for standing seam finishes. The panels are specifically designed for zinc, stainless steel, Roofliner panel has a predicted single-figure weighted sound aluminium standing seam waterproofing systems and single ply membranes. reduction Rw = 24dB. Roofliner insulated panels enhance weathertightness, thermal airtightness, fire resistance and the structural performance of a building. Build option Suitable for buildings with a pitch, a low-pitched roof slope and flat roof as well as curved with a convex and concave radius of 20 metres The panels can be installed rafter to rafter or purlin to purlin. when used on a frame-to-frame long spanning structure. please contact the benchmark Technical Services Department for further information. BEnEFITS • Quick and safe to install • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance and • Ideal for zinc, stainless steel and aluminium standing seam airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty systems and single ply membranes • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Suitable for flat, low pitch and curved roofs • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system certified • Convex and Concave radius of 20 metres can be achieved to bS En iSO 9001: 2000 with the 600mm wide roofliner • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) • Available in a larger range of thicknesses accredited • Attractive flat internal liner profile bEnCHMARK www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/roof/standing-seam +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 42 STAnDing SEAM rooFlInEr | 43
  • TopSpan STanDInG SEaM TopSpan TEChnICal ovErvIEW Dimensions 1000mm cover width 66mm 160mm 40mm Thermal performance available lengths Core Thickness (mm) 66 Standard lengths 1.8 up to 14 metres. Lengths over 14 metres up U-Value (W/m K) 2 0.25* to 16 metres can be supplied but are subject to an additional transport charge. Weight kg/m 2 21.3 * Recommended thicknesses to allow compliance with Building Regulations Approved Documents L2A & L2B (England & Wales), Technical Handbooks Domestic and Non-domestic Section 6 (Scotland), Part F2 (Northern Ireland) and Part L (Republic of Ireland - based on the Overall Heat Loss Method). Fire Steel inner and outer facings have a Class 1 surface spread of flame to BS476 Part 7: 1987, and are class 0 as defined by InTroDUCTIon Euroclass building regulations. The panel surfaces are rated Topspan is a PIR insulated roof deck combining a structural deck and a metal top sheet into one product. The panels complement zinc, FAA/SAA to bS476: part 3:1975. stainless steel, aluminium standing seam waterproofing systems and single-ply membrane. acoustics Topspan provides a clear span capability of up to 8 metres and is faster to install than alternative built-up roof deck systems. The internal All Topspan panels have a predicted single-figure weighted sound face of the deck is pre-finished with a fresh white inner finish, providing a smooth clean interior. Topspan is suitable for flat or curved roof reduction Rw = 27dB. applications and is available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee, offering protection for thermal and structural performance. Build option The panels can be installed rafter to rafter or purlin to purlin. please contact the benchmark Technical Services Department for BEnEFITS further information. • Suitable for frame-to-frame spanning of up to 8 metres • Lifetime insulation continuity, thermal performance • Rapid, single component, single-fix installation - up to and airtightness (less than 5m3/hr/m2) certainty 1,200m2 per day • Available with the Total Benchmark Guarantee • Ideal for zinc, stainless steel and aluminium • Manufactured and supplied under a quality system standing seam systems and single ply membranes certified to BS EN ISO 9001: 2000 • Suitable for flat, low pitch and curved roofs • Manufacturing plants are ISO 14001 (Environmentally) accredited bEnCHMARK For more information on this product www.kingspanbenchmark.com/products/roof/standing-seam +44 (0) 800 970 9036 (UK) +353 (0) 42 969 8529 (Ireland) TEChnICal 44 STAnDing SEAM TopSpan | 45
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