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isoplan® GREENLINE

Innovative, eco-friendly insulation materials

isoplan® GREENLINE product family is a generation of innovative, eco-friendly insulation materials based on biosoluble fibers that are not classified according CLP and REACH.

Easy to process and shape

isoplan® is easy and quick to process – even directly on site – with all standard cutting tools. When moistened it can also be shaped as required and it retains the shape after it has dried. In addition, the material can also be glued at the ends or with other surfaces. You can even lay multiple isoplan® boards on top of each other or glue them together to achieve an even higher material thickness and greater insulation effect. Frenzelit offers a special high-temperature-resistant adhesive for this purpose. Ask about it!

Versatile use

Due to its low thermal conductivity isoplan® is an excellent material for thermal insulation. isoplan® is also suited for electrical decoupling in low-voltage applications. Another field of application is acoustic damping. isoplan® can even be used in vibrating systems with full-surface lamination (e.g. with sheet metal). And with low leakage requirements and an internal pressure of max. 500 mbar isoplan® is also suitable as a high-temperature-resistant gasket material.

The solution for applications in the “strength hole” temperature range

isoplan® 500 GREENLINE is an insulation material based on biosoluble mineral fibers and active functional fillers that can be used continuously at temperatures of up to 1050 °C.

  • Minimized strength loss in the temperature range between 300 °C and 500 °C

  • Minimal outgassing when heated for the first time (low emission)

The organic components escape from the material in all commercially available paper-based insulation materials when they are heated for the first time in the temperature range of approx. 200 °C – 500 °C. Inevitably, this is initially associated with a loss of strength. In addition, smoke and odor can result as the organic components begin to break down.

A sintering process occurs at temperatures above approx. 500 °C in which the insulation material regains strength. The material strength increases as the application temperature rises.

However, if the insulation material is intended for permanent application temperatures between 300 °C and 500 °C where the sintering process has not yet started, i.e. in which the material remains in the so-called “strength hole”, the material may only be able to withstand mechanical stress such as vibrations to a limited extent.

Frenzelit has optimized these two issues in its newly developed material isoplan® 500 GREENLINE. Other materials lose more than 90% of their strength at approx. 400 °C; isoplan® 500 GREENLINE continues to have good mechanical stability thanks to its unique composition. Smoke and odor formation when heated for the first time has also been reduced as much as possible by minimizing the organic content.

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