DURASTEEL®

PROPERTIES & ADVANTAGES

  • High mechanical resilience
  • Impact and shock proof, unbreakable
  • Structural properties
  • Resistant to water and frost, suited for outdoor use
  • Good chemical resistance
  • Large-size and thin boards
  • Load-bearing
  • Non-combustible
  • Non-scratch surface

Composite insulating boards

DURASTEEL® is a composite insulation board made out of a calcium silicate core reinforced on both sides with perforated galvanised steel covering sheets.

The punched lugs in the steel sheets are pressed under pressure into the core board giving the DURASTEEL® composite board a very high mechanical strength once the drying process is finished.


Technical data
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DURASTEEL® 
Thickness mm 9.5
Classification temperature °C
- Permanent stress
- Short term up to 

400
1000 
Bulk density kg/m3
2210
Thermal conductivity @20 °C, W/m.K
0.55
Cold compressive strength N/mm2
60 

DURASTEEL® 
Thickness mm 9.5
Classification temperature °C
- Permanent stress
- Short term up to 

400
1000 
Bulk density kg/m3
2210
Thermal conductivity @20 °C, W/m.K
0.55
Cold compressive strength N/mm2
60 
Dimensions & size availability
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Length mm   
2500
Width mm  
1200
Thickness mm      6, 9.5

Other sizes are available on request.
Length mm   
2500
Width mm  
1200
Thickness mm      6, 9.5

Other sizes are available on request.
Production tolerances
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Length mm  
  ± 2.0
Width mm  
  ± 2.0
Thickness mm   
  ± 1.0 
Length mm  
  ± 2.0
Width mm  
  ± 2.0
Thickness mm   
  ± 1.0 
Working & processing
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To cut and shap DURASTEEL® we recommend the use of a guillotine shear or a water jet. On site it is best to use a compass saw with a fine-toothed blade. Attachment holes should be made using a metal drill on a milling head.

When cutting to size, the maximum allowable workplace concentration for inhalable dust generation must be observed. We advice using localised dust extraction at the point of work.
To cut and shap DURASTEEL® we recommend the use of a guillotine shear or a water jet. On site it is best to use a compass saw with a fine-toothed blade. Attachment holes should be made using a metal drill on a milling head.

When cutting to size, the maximum allowable workplace concentration for inhalable dust generation must be observed. We advice using localised dust extraction at the point of work.
Typical applications
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DURASTEEL® boards are mainly used in the steel and non-ferrous industry as:

  • Heat shield against cyclic or permanent heat radiation
  • Heat shield against metal splashes or sparks
  • Mobile heat shields
  • Walking bridges over heat sources
  • Office walls close to heat sources
  • Flue gas ducts
  • Inner wall lining of fire stations
DURASTEEL® boards are mainly used in the steel and non-ferrous industry as:

  • Heat shield against cyclic or permanent heat radiation
  • Heat shield against metal splashes or sparks
  • Mobile heat shields
  • Walking bridges over heat sources
  • Office walls close to heat sources
  • Flue gas ducts
  • Inner wall lining of fire stations
Documents
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Technical Data Sheets (TDS)

Technical Data Sheets (TDS)