Hydrosafe high-performance vapour retarder, suitable for all fibrous insulation mats and boards
- The best possible protection for insulation structures thanks to humidity-variable diffusion adaptation with a variation of a factor of over 100
- Permanent protection: Officially tested and certified performance
- Protected winter building sites thanks to hydrosafe behaviour
- Excellent values in the hazardous substance test, has been tested according to the ISO 16000 evaluation scheme
Can be used as a vapour check and airtightness membranes for all externally diffusion-open structures, e.g. with roof underlay (pro clima SOLITEX), softwood fibreboard or MDF board. For a high level of protection against moisture induced failures in structurally challanging constructions such as diffusion-resistant flat/pitched roofs. Also suitable in extreme environments such as in high mountain regions. Further information is given in the study “Calculating potential freedom from structural damage of thermal insulation structures in timber-built and steel systems”.
|Surface weight||EN 1849-2||85 ±10 g/m² ; 0.28 ±0.03 oz/ft²||EN 1849-2|
|Thickness||EN 1849-2||0.25 ±0.05 mm ; 10 ±2 mils||EN 1849-2|
|Water vapor resistance factor µ||EN 1931||30 000||EN 1931|
|sd-value||EN 1931||7.50 ±0.25 m||EN 1931|
|sd-value humidity variable||EN ISO 12572||0.25 - >25 m||EN ISO 12572|
|g-value||37.50 ±1.25 MN·s/g|
|g-value humidity variable||1.25 - >125 MN·s/g|
|Vapor permeance||ASTM E96-A||0.17 US perms||ASTM E96-A|
|Vapor permeance humidity variable||EN ISO 12572||< 0.13 - 13 US perms||EN ISO 12572|
|Hydrosafe value (sd)||DIN 68800-2||2 m||DIN 68800-2|
|Surface burning characteristics||ASTM E84||Class A (Flame Spread 0; Smoke development index 35)||ASTM E84|
|Reaction to fire||EN 13501-1||E||EN 13501-1|
|Airtightness||ASTM E2178||≤ 0.004 cfm/ft²||ASTM E2178|
|Airtightness||EN 12114||tested||EN 12114|
|Tensile strength MD/CD||EN 12311-2||130 N/5 cm / 105 N/5 cm ; 15 lb/in / 12 lb/in||EN 12311-2|
|Elongation MD/CD||EN 12311-2||90 % / 90 %||EN 12311-2|
|Nail tear resistance MD/CD||EN 12310-1||70 N / 70 N ; 16 lbf / 16 lbf||EN 12310-1|
|Artificial ageing by long term||EN 1296 / EN 1931||passed||EN 1296 / EN 1931|
|Temperature resistance||permanent -40 °C to 80 °C ; -40 °F to 176 °F|
|Thermal conductivity||0.17 W/(m·K) ; 1.18 BTU·in/(h·ft²·F)|
|National technical approval (DE)||DIN 68800-2||Z-9.1-853||DIN 68800-2|
|CE labelling||EN 13984||available||EN 13984|
pro clima INTELLO should be laid with the side with the plastic film (the printed side) facing the installer. They can be laid flat either at right angles to or along the sub-structure (such as the rafters) without sagging. If laid horizontally (at right angles to the sub-structure) then the maximum space permitted between the rafters is 100 cm (3'). After laying, it is necessary to support the weight of the insulation with lathing on the inside. The laths should be no more than 50 cm (1'8") apart. If, when using insulation mats and boards, for example, you expect tension as a result of the insulation weight on the adhesive tape joins, an additional supporting lath should be placed on the overlap. Alternatively, the adhesive tape can be reinforced along the overlap by sticking strips of adhesive tape at right angles to the overlap every 30 cm (1 ft).
Airtight seals can only be achieved on vapour control membranes that have been laid without folds or creases. Ventilate regularly to prevent excessive humidity (e.g. during the construction phase). Occasional rush/inrush ventilation is not adequate to quickly evacuate large amounts of construction-related humidity from the building. Use a dryer if necessary.
To prevent condensation, INTELLO should be stuck down so that it is airtight immediately after installing the thermal insulation. This particularly applies when working in winter.