PolDeck MD – roof sandwich panel PU

High resistance to chemicals and atmospheric agents

Modular Width [mm]: 1060 mm
Thickness [mm]: 40-120 mm
Connection types: Full board (through hole)
Fire resistance: Class M
Core: PUR

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Technical data PolDeck MD:
Available panel thickness [mm] λD [W/(m∙K )] Thermal transmittance coefficient UC [W/(m²∙K)] Weight 1 m² [kg] Number of panels in a bundle [pcs.]
40/75 0,022 0,59 6,47 18
60/95 0,022 0,41 7,23 14
80/115 0,022 0,30 7,98 10
100/135 0,022 0,24 8,74 8
120/155 0,022 0,20 9,50 8

PoldDeck is a roof sandwich panel with a core of rigid PU foam, the inner lining of laminate, fixed to the supporting structure by a fastener through the entire thickness of the panel.

External cladding is metal, as in the standard TD roof panels. PolDeck MD is a panel to be used mainly in livestock buildings, where there is great concentration of ammonia or the need for warming the existing roof covering.

PolDeck MD panel is suitable for use in horticulture, storage rooms, warehouses, barns, poultry houses, in buildings with pitched roof, at least 4 ° (7%) for continuous panels and 6 ° (10%) for panels joined alongside, with skylights, etc. Laminate / jut cladding can be cleaned with Karcher.

Advantages of roof sandwich panels PolDeck MD:

  • Low water absorption – less than 1%
  • Resistant to chemicals and biological agents:
    Acids / very good
    Alcohol / very good
    Base / good
    Solvents / good
    Ammonia / very good
    Molds / very good
  • The surface of the laminate can be cleaned with water high pressure cleaners
  • Operating temperature -40°C do 110°C
  • Fire resistance: no dripping M class / French

Sandwich panel PolDeck MD - applications

  • Piggery
  • Cowshed
  • Chickencoop
  • Goose house
  • Vegetables and fruits warehouse
  • Other buildings with the content of ammonia in the air
Main data PolDeck MD:
Modular width 1060 mm
Core Europan PU Roof System Core — rigid PU foam with declared density 38±3 kg/m³ and thermal conductivity coefficient λD = 0,022 W/(m∙K) at +10°C including aging, according to EN 14509:2013-12
Available colors: