Efficient and long-term insulation of pipework is of great importance for the energy efficiency and comfort of buildings.
With its very high-level technical attributes, Kaiflex KKplus s3 is the economical alternative for applications requiring the utmost in energy efficiency. This proven closed-cell rubber insulation material has an excellent thermal efficiency of up to λ ≤0.033 (W/m·K) and condensation resistance of up to μ ≥10,000 even at low layer thicknesses, so reliably preventing energy losses and pipe corrosion in the long term.
Kaiflex KKplus s3 is suitable for the technical insulation of refrigeration and air conditioning systems, especially for surfaces and large pipes. The insulation material provides an effective water vapour barrier to ensure reliable insulating performance over the entire operational life of the system.
Highly efficient at any insulation thickness
Kaiflex KKplus s3 sheet material is flexible and easy to work with, and is offered in standard formats from 6 to 32 mm and in thicker versions of e.g. 50 mm, in precut shapes (elbows, strips etc.) and in self-adhesive versions.
Thanks to its antimicrobial and fibre-free structure, the material meets high hygienic requirements and is classified to B-s3, d0, making it especially suitable for insulation in healthcare facilities as well as public, commercial and industrial buildings. For example, it is used in airports, industrial plants, large office complexes and hotels.
Improved planning and ecological transparency
To assist planners and installers in selecting the optimum insulation system, the Kaimann Fire Protection Planner at www.sgti-firepenetration.com offers further information and specialist support.
Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) make the ecological assessment of Kaimann insulation materials even more transparent. In this way, the company assists in the planning and certification of sustainable buildings.
Hospital Heidelberg places special demands on the building materials used in terms of safety,
fire protection, efficiency and hygiene.