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A PUR foam sealing tape impregnated with a fire resistant polymeric dispersion. It is specifically designed for larger joints which require large movement accommodation. In addition to supplying a weather tight seal against wind driven rain, it also has thermal and acoustic insulation properties, complying with UK Building Regulations.ISO-BLOCO T-MAX is particularly well suited for multi-story timber framed buildings where a large amount of differential movement is expected between fenestration or roofs and the external facades, allowing up to 39 mm of movement, with a single tape. Ideal for window head or sill and under roof eaves.Applications:It is a versatile product that has a wide range of uses, but generally for sealing construction joints (including larger movement joints) in areas such as:External façade seals on timber framed buildings.Prefabricated concrete, and other materials, elements (including civil engineering).Perimeter seals for windows and doors.Cladding panels.Curtain walling.Features and benefits:Fulfils UK Building Regulations and RAL recommendations.Seals against driving rain, snow, wind and dust.Accommodates up to 39 mm of movement (>350% MAF).No remedial visits after large movement.Perfectly flat visual surface finish.Vapour permeable - breathable.Thermal and acoustic insulating properties.Self-adhesive to aid installation/ location.Permanently elastic with long life expectancy.Can be painted with standard emulsion paints.Compatible with all known building materials. Colour:Black.0GEV-EMICODE®EC1 very low emission

A PUR foam sealing tape impregnated with a fire resistant polymeric dispersion. It is specifically designed for larger joints which require large movement accommodation. In addition to supplying a weather tight seal against wind driven rain, it also has thermal and acoustic insulation properties, complying with UK Building Regulations.

ISO-BLOCO T-MAX is particularly well suited for multi-story timber framed buildings where a large amount of differential movement is expected between fenestration or roofs and the external facades, allowing up to 39 mm of movement, with a single tape. Ideal for window head or sill and under roof eaves.

Applications:

It is a versatile product that has a wide range of uses, but generally for sealing construction joints (including larger movement joints) in areas such as:

  • External façade seals on timber framed buildings.
  • Prefabricated concrete, and other materials, elements (including civil engineering).
  • Perimeter seals for windows and doors.
  • Cladding panels.
  • Curtain walling.

Features and benefits:

  • Fulfils UK Building Regulations and RAL recommendations.
  • Seals against driving rain, snow, wind and dust.
  • Accommodates up to 39 mm of movement (>350% MAF).
  • No remedial visits after large movement.
  • Perfectly flat visual surface finish.
  • Vapour permeable - breathable.
  • Thermal and acoustic insulating properties.
  • Self-adhesive to aid installation/ location.
  • Permanently elastic with long life expectancy.
  • Can be painted with standard emulsion paints.
  • Compatible with all known building materials.

More about ISO-BLOCO T-MAX:
As standard - Approvals

ISO-BLOCO T-MAX
 Manufacturer:
ISO-Chemie GmbH.
  -Web:www.iso-chemie.co.uk.
  -Tel:+44 (0)1207 566867.
  -Product reference:
ISO-BLOCO T-MAX.
 Joint width:
[ ______ ] - Insert requirement, available for widths of 11–50 mm.


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Guidance

for ISO-BLOCO T-MAX

from ISO-Chemie GmbH

More about ISO-BLOCO T-MAX: As standard - Approvals

As standard

Colour:

Black.

Approvals

  • GEV-EMICODE®: EC1 very low emission .

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for ISO-Chemie GmbH from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

www.iso-chemie.co.uk

info@iso-chemie.co.uk

T: +44 (0)1207 566867

F: +44 (0)1207 566879

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