EQUITONE [natura]

Advantages

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Sheet sizes

2500 x 1250mm

3100 x 1250mm

Nominal thickness

8/12mm

Nominal weight

8mm - 15.4kg/m²

12mm - 22.8kg/m²

Density

1650kg/m²

Bending strength Longitudinal

26N/mm²

 

Bending strength Transverse

17N/mm²

Modulus of elasticity

15,000N/mm²

Coefficient of linear expansion 10 x 10-6/mK
Frost Resistance

Fully frost resistant

Reaction to fire

Class O EN 13501-1  A2-s1, d0

Thermal conductivity

0.4W/mK

Porosity

20%

Hygroscopic movement


Environmental Management

14001

Quality Management

9001

Health and Safety Management

18001

LCA study

Marley Eternit fibre cement cladding boards can achieve an A+ rating as defined in the BRE Green Guide to Specification based on generic rating for autoclaved fibre cement single sheet - (Element Ref: 80623042, 806230422, 806230447, 806230450)

Energy

Compressed and air cured

Raw Materials

Cement, fillers, fibres, pigments and additives

Lifespan

Installed life expectancy of at least 50 years

Recyclability

Can be crushed and used in cement manufacture

EQUITONE [natura] fibre cement material offers specifiers a sustainable and low maintenance exterior wall cladding facade that combines excellent aesthetics with durability and impact resistance: qualities that will enhance any new build project or equally, improve and upgrade an existing building as an overclad solution.

Available in a range of through colours and finishes including an anti-graffiti coating, and both mechanical and secret fix options, EQUITONE [natura] gives specifiers the full creative scope of modern exterior wall cladding systems with the performance levels contemporary buildings demand.

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