Ampatop F Black 1.5m
Highly tear-resistant microfibre fleece for façades with open gaps. Vapour open, but still rain-proof. Vapour permeable but nevertheless rainproof. UV stable
Highly tear-resistant microfibre fleece for façades with open gaps. Vapour open, but still rain-proof. Vapour permeable but nevertheless rainproof.
- Vapour permeable but nevertheless rainproof
- 10 year product warranty with gap widths up to 3 cm
|Roll dimensions||50 m x 1.5 m = 75 m2|
|Pallet details||24 rolls, 1’800 m2|
|so value||0.09 m|
|Fire behaviour||E, EN 13 501-1|
|Outdoor exposure time||3 months (before installation of facade cladding)|
|UV stability||>10 years|
|CE marking||EN 13859-2:2004|
Ampatop® F black should be laid onto the existing support structure, taut and without any folds, with the black side outwards. It should be fastened with staples that must be invisible in the overlap area. It is advantageous to cover them with battens. Both the vertical and the horizontal overlaps should be 15 cm wide and taped down with Ampacoll® UV, so that it is windproof. Next the counter battens are laid, thus finally fixing the wind proofing to the support structure. Visible staples that are exposed to the weather could lead to leaks, and as such should be avoided. We recommend fixings that are at a minimum galvanized, with stainless steel being preferable. The counter battens are required to secure further work and prevent any possible weather effects (e.g. wind suction or pressure).
Penetrations and connections should be bonded to make them windproof with Ampacoll® UV or Ampacoll® Superfix. The connection width should, where possible, be at least 10 cm. If this cannot be done, a mechanical fixing is advisable.
In the case of window and external doors, Ampatop® F black should be made windproof with Ampacoll® UV or Ampacoll® Superfix on the frame and if necessary secured mechanically.
We recommend that the façade cladding is installed as soon as possible. In any event, the cladding must be mounted within three months.
The joint width may be up to 3 cm. The individual elements should be selected so that they are twice as wide.