Kaiflex railLSLT (R1 HL2)
Halogen-free, low-smoke passive fire protection

Benefits & Attributes

Insulation products in the interior of standard carriages with limited use in tunnels must comply with the highest requirements for both high- and low-temperature insulation, as well as corrosion and noise protection.

Kaiflex rail LSLT (low smoke, low toxicity) is a real all-round technical insulation. In addition to providing thermal insulation for heating and ventilation systems, the passive fire protection, halogen-free elastomer also offers acoustic insulation of floors, walls and ceilings. The flexible insulation product also prevents the development of condensation at floor level and is suitable for large-scale insulation between the shells of external walls.

With its Kaiflex rail LSLT, Kaimann actively contributes to personnel safety in the event of a fire. Not only does less smoke develop than with conventional, organic insulation products, the smoke is also light, making it easier to identify escape routes.

  • Excellent thermal values minimise energy loss
  • Free of Chlorines, Bromines and Deca Bromine
  • Low smoke toxicity
  • Fire protection standard compliance
Excellent thermal values minimise energy loss
Kaiflex features a low thermal conductivity that prevents the loss of energy from pipework making Kaiflex an excellent insulating material.
Free of Chlorines, Bromines and Deca Bromine
Chlorines, Bromines and Deca Bromine are chemicals which can accelerate corrosion and react to form toxic smoke. Kaiflex is available in grades which eliminate Chlorines, Bromines and Deca Bromine entirely.
Low smoke toxicity
Smoke toxicity is an important consideration for insulation used offshore and in sensitive environments. Kaiflex is available in halogen free grades with the lowest levels of smoke toxicity.
Fire protection standard compliance
Kaiflex rail products comply with the European fire protection standard EN 45545 for railway vehicles. Kaiflex RailCLAD and rail LSLT comply with the highest requirements of the NFPA 130 standard