General Information,Knauf Insulation FKD T FKD T C1 FKD T C2 FKD. U C2 FKD S,FKD S C1 FKD S C2 FKD S,Thermal FKD N FKD N C1 FKD N. C2 FKD N Thermal SMARTwall N,C1 SMARTwall N C2,SMARTwall S C1 SMARTwall S C2. OUT Therm OUT Therm C1 OUT,Programme holder Owner of the Declaration. IBU Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V Knauf Insulation. Panoramastr 1 rue E Franqui 7,10178 Berlin 1435 Mont Saint Guibert. Germany Belgium,Declaration number Declared product Declared unit. EPD KIN 20150185 CBB2 EN 1 m of product,This Declaration is based on the Product Scope. Category Rules The declared unit is 1 m FKD T FKD T C1 FKD T. Mineral insulating materials 07 2014 C2 FKD U C2 FKD S FKD S C1 FKD S C2. PCR tested and approved by the SVR FKD S Thermal FKD N FKD N C1 FKD N C2. FKD N Thermal SMARTwall N C1 SMARTwall N C2, Issue date SMARTwall S C1 SMARTwall S C2 OUT Therm. OUT Therm C1 OUT Therm C2 rock mineral wool,17 08 2015. uncoated one side coated or both sides coated They. comply with the requirements of EN 13162, Valid to The thickness is ranging from 40 mm to 300 mm The. 16 08 2020 manufacturing company is Knauf Insulation plants. Sankt Egidien Germany and Nova Bana Slovakia, with averages following production share The owner of. the declaration shall be liable for the underlying. information and evidence the IBU shall not be liable. with respect to manufacturer information life cycle. assessment data and evidences,Verification,The CEN Norm EN 15804 serves as the core PCR. Independent verification of the declaration,according to ISO 14025. Prof Dr Ing Horst J Bossenmayer internally x externally. President of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V,Dr Burkhart Lehmann Matthias Schulz. Managing Director IBU Independent verifier appointed by SVR. Product description in form of briquettes a mix of stone wool scrap and. Knauf Insulation manufactures rock mineral wool cement. RMW insulation products They are available in the, form of lamellas slabs or boards and also possibly RMW slabs are used as a thermal acoustical and fire. rolls The density range for RMW goes from 25 to 200 insulation product They are produced with an. kg m In terms of composition inorganic rocks are the uncoated one side coated or both sides coated. main components typically 97 of RMW with surface This EPD has been developed for a double. a remaining fraction of organic content which is side coated product this is the worst case scenario in. generally a thermosetting resin binder The binder terms of environmental impacts. content is typically less than 4 The inorganic part is. made of volcanic rocks typically basalt also dolomite For the placing on the construction products market in. and with an increasing proportion of recycled material the European Union EFTA with exception of. Switzerland the Regulation EU No 305 2011, 2 Environmental Product Declaration Knauf Insulation RMW coated panels FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD. N SMARTwall OUT Therm, applies The products need Declarations of Thermal conductivity FKD U. Performance DoP R4308LPCPR DoP FKD N FKD S Thermal. 0 035 W mK, R4308MPCPR DoP R4308KPCPR DoP SMARTwall S OUT Therm EN. R4238LPCPR R4238MPCPR R4238KPCPR taking 12667, into consideration the harmonized product standard Thermal conductivity FKD S EN. EN 13162 and the CE mark 0 036 W mK,Compressive stress FKD S FKD. S Thermal SMARTwall S EN 30 kPa,Application 826, Main applications for the RMW slabs are Compressive stress FKD U FKD. ETICS External Thermal Inslation Composite 20 kPa,N FKD N Thermal EN 826. Sytems For the application and use national Compressive stress SMARTwall. regulations apply in Germany the Allgemeine 25 kPa. N OUT Therm EN 826, bauaufsichtliche Zulassung Z 33 4 1351 Z 33 4 1395 Tensile strength FKD T EN 1607 5 kPa. building inspection approval issued by the Deutsches Tensile strength FKD U FKD N. Institut f r Bautechnik DIBt Berlin FKD N Thermal SMARTwall N 7 5 kPa. OUT Therm EN 1607,Technical Data Tensile strength FKD S FKD S. The FKD T FKD T C1 FKD T C2 FKD U C2 FKD Thermal SMARTwall S EN 10 kPa. S FKD S C1 FKD S C2 FKD S Thermal FKD N 1607,FKD N C1 FKD N C2 FKD N Thermal SMARTwall not. N C1 SMARTwall N C2 SMARTwall S C1 Acoustic absorption. SMARTwall S C2 OUT Therm OUT Therm C1, OUT Therm C2 slabs and its technical characteristics. meet a number of technical requirements The most,Base materials Ancillary materials. important ones are summarized in the table here,The main raw materials are diabase a rock that. below which also includes references to testing,is similar to volcanic rock basalt dolomite and. briquette The briquette is made of rock mineral wool. waste internal or external waste of raw materials and. cement Additionally coke is also added in the cupola. Technical characteristics, as an energy carrier Further down the manufacturing. Name Value Unit,line a binder thermo set resin is spread onto the. Water vapour diffusion resistance, 1 fibers Then the polymerization contributes to fix the. factor SlST EN 13162, products dimensions and mechanical properties After. Gross density DIN 1602 90 110 kg m3, cutting the slabs are sprayed with a mineral silicate. Water absorption Wp EN 1609 1 kg m coating on the surface. Water absorption Wlp EN 12087 3 kg m,Euroclass Reference service life. Reaction to fire EN 13501 1, A1 When used correctly the reference service life of. Specific heat capacity EN ISO Knauf Insulation rock mineral wool is merely limited by. 1030 J kgK, 10456 the service life of the components and or building in. Melting point DIN 4102 T17 1000 C which it is incorporated this is substantiated by current. Specific heat capacity EN ISO industry findings for example in case of deconstruction. 1030 J kgK, 10456 of buildings As a minimum we consider a reference. Compressive stress FKD T EN service life of 50 years. Thermal conductivity FKD T,FKD N Thermal SMARTwall N 0 034 W mK. LCA Calculation rules, Declared Unit List and explanation of the modules declared in the. The declared unit is 1 m of rock mineral wool both EPD. sides coated The density used for the calculation of. the LCA is 100 kg m The product stage A1 A3 includes. A1 raw material extraction and processing, Declared unit processing of secondary material input e g recycling. Name Value Unit processes, Declared unit 1 m3 A2 transport to the manufacturer. Gross density 100 kg m3 A3 manufacturing, Conversion factor to 1 kg 0 01 This includes provision of all materials products and. energy packaging processing and its transport as well. System boundary as waste processing up to the end of waste state or. The system boundary of the EPD follows the modular disposal of final residues during the product stage. approach defined by EN 15804 The LCA results are given in an aggregated form for. The type of EPD is cradle to gate with options the product stage meaning that the modules A1 A2. and A3 are considered as a unique module A1 A3, 3 Environmental Product Declaration Knauf Insulation RMW coated panels FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD. N SMARTwall OUT Therm,The construction process stage includes. A4 transport to the construction site and Module D includes reuse recovery and or recycling. A5 installation into the building potentials, The transport to the building site A4 is included in the According to EN 15804 any declared benefits and. LCA calculation For the considered product the loads from net flows leaving the product system not. average transport distance is assumed to be 500 km allocated as co products and having passed the end. with a truck capacity utilization of 40 of waste state shall be included in module D. Module A5 has neither been included nor declared in No benefits and loads are considered module D is not. this EPD since it depends on the application and included in the background model. method or tools used which can be very diverse as a. multi purpose product Therefore the treatment of the Comparability. packaging waste after the installation of the product Basically a comparison or an evaluation of EPD data. has not been considered is only possible if all the data sets to be compared. were created according to EN 15804 and the building. The use stage context respectively the product specific. Because they are specific to the building its use and characteristics of performance are taken into account. location none of the modules related to the building. fabric B1 B5 nor the operation of the building B6 and. B7 have been taken into account in this EPD,The end of life stage includes. C1 de construction demolition,C2 transport to waste processing. C3 waste processing for reuse recovery and or,recycling and. C4 disposal, This includes provision of all transports materials. products and related energy and water use but,only modules C2 and C4 are reported as they are. considered the most relevant scenarios for rock,mineral wool products. Although rock mineral wool products from Knauf, Insulation are partly recycled at end of life there is not. yet an established collection system and as such the. assumption chosen in this study 100 landfilled after. the use phase is the most conservative approach, LCA Scenarios and additional technical information. The following information forms the basis for declared. modules or can be used for specific scenarios,development in building assessment context. Transport to the building site A4,Name Value Unit,Litres of fuel 0 0025 l 100km. Transport distance 500 km,Capacity utilisation including empty. Gross density of products transported 100 kg m3,Reference service life. Name Value Unit,Reference service life 50 a,End of life C1 C4. Name Value Unit,Landfilling 100 kg,Transport distance 50 km. Capacity utilization 50, 4 Environmental Product Declaration Knauf Insulation RMW coated panels FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD. N SMARTwall OUT Therm,LCA Results, Environmental impacts associated with losses from installation of the product in A5 are not included in the LCA. results This is due to the fact that installation losses vary depending on installation practice and building project. specifics In order to include the potential environmental impacts associated with installation losses a factor can. be applied to the LCA results E g installation losses 1 multiplication of EPD results with 1 01. DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM BOUNDARY X INCLUDED IN LCA MND MODULE NOT DECLARED. BENEFITS AND,CONSTRUCTI LOADS, PRODUCT STAGE ON PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE BEYOND THE. STAGE SYSTEM,BOUNDARIES,Operational energy,Transport from the. Waste processing,Operational water,De construction. gate to the site,Refurbishment,Manufacturing,Replacement. Raw material,Maintenance,demolition,A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C1 C2 C3 C4 D. X X X X MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND X MND X MND. RESULTS OF THE LCA ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT 1 m FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD N SMARTwall OUT. Parameter Unit A1 A3 A4 C2 C4, Global warming potential kg CO2 Eq 112 00 5 29 0 36 1 41. Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer kg CFC11 Eq 2 13E 9 2 53E 11 1 73E 12 1 92E 11. Acidification potential of land and water kg SO2 Eq 1 25E 0 1 60E 2 2 38E 3 8 99E 3. Eutrophication potential kg PO4 3 Eq 5 96E 2 3 38E 3 5 69E 4 1 23E 3. Formation potential of tropospheric ozone photochemical oxidants kg ethene Eq 6 81E 2 4 51E 3 9 53E 4 8 44E 4. Abiotic depletion potential for non fossil resources kg Sb Eq 6 95E 5 1 99E 7 1 36E 8 5 30E 7. Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources MJ 1750 00 73 00 4 99 18 60. RESULTS OF THE LCA RESOURCE USE 1 m FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD N SMARTwall OUT Therm. Parameter Unit A1 A3 A4 C2 C4, Renewable primary energy as energy carrier MJ 277 00. Renewable primary energy resources as material utilization MJ 0 00. Total use of renewable primary energy resources MJ 277 00 2 88 0 20 1 60. Non renewable primary energy as energy carrier MJ 1 71E 3. Non renewable primary energy as material utilization MJ 159 00. Total use of non renewable primary energy resources MJ 1 87E 3 7 32E 1 5 00E 0 1 94E 1. Use of secondary material kg 13 00, Use of renewable secondary fuels MJ 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00. Use of non renewable secondary fuels MJ 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00. Use of net fresh water m 4 37E 1 2 03E 3 1 39E 4 7 41E 2. RESULTS OF THE LCA OUTPUT FLOWS AND WASTE CATEGORIES. 1 m FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD N SMARTwall OUT Therm,Parameter Unit A1 A3 A4 C2 C4. Hazardous waste disposed kg 1 03E 1 1 67E 4 1 14E 5 8 72E 4. Non hazardous waste disposed kg 1 94E 1 9 21E 3 6 29E 4 1 04E 2. Radioactive waste disposed kg 4 48E 2 9 59E 5 6 55E 6 3 39E 4. Components for re use kg,Materials for recycling kg. Materials for energy recovery kg,Exported electrical energy MJ. Exported thermal energy MJ,INTERPRETATION,RESOURCES USE. The primary energy demand from non renewable resources is dominated by the production of rock mineral wool. products especially due to the energy carrier coke and the thermosetting resin binder The renewable energy. demand regarding the products FKD T FKD T C1 FKD T C2 FKD U C2 FKD S FKD S C1 FKD S C2. FKD S Thermal FKD N FKD N C1 FKD N C2 FKD N Thermal SMARTwall N C1 SMARTwall N C2. SMARTwall S C1 SMARTwall S C2 OUT Therm OUT Therm C1 OUT Therm C2 is dominated by the. production mostly due to electricity consumption and packaging. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT, Every impact category except the abiotic ADP elements is dominated by the production This is due to the. consumption of energy electricity and thermal energy during the production. The Abiotic Depletion Potential elements ADPe are dominated by the coating production followed by the. binder production and by the supply of raw materials such as cement for briquettes. 5 Environmental Product Declaration Knauf Insulation RMW coated panels FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD. N SMARTwall OUT Therm, The Global Warming Potential GWP is dominated by the production mostly due to CO2 emissions from raw. materials and energy consumption The production of the thermosetting resin binder represents more than 10 of. the impact, The Ozone Depletion Potential ODP is most notably influenced by the production and the binder. The Acidification Potential AP is also dominated by the production due to the emissions related to the. processes and the energy consumption Mostly the impact refers to emissions to air 75 from sulphur dioxide. and 20 from nitrogen oxides, The Eutrophication Potential EP is significantly influenced by the production due to emissions from the cupola. furnace curing oven and other unit processes, The Potential Ozone Photochemical Oxidants POCP is particularly dominated by the production emissions. in the cupola furnace and other unit processes The results from the transport are negative due to the NO. emissions NO counteracts the POCP,References, Institut Bauen und Umwelt EN 13162 2012 Thermal insulation products for. Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V Berlin pub buildings Factory made MW products Specification. Generation of Environmental Product Declarations,EPDs EN 12667. EN 12667 2001 Thermal performance of building, General principles materials and products Determination of thermal. for the EPD range of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V resistance by means of guarded hot plate and heat. IBU 2013 04 flow meter methods Products of high and medium. www bau umwelt de thermal resistance,ISO 14025 EN 1602. DIN EN ISO 14025 2011 10 Environmental labels and EN 1602 2013 Thermal insulating products for building. declarations Type III environmental declarations applications Determination of the apparent density. Principles and procedures, EN 15804 EN 1607 2013 Determination of tensile strength. EN 15804 2012 04 A1 2013 Sustainability of perpendicular to faces of Thermal Insulation Products. construction works Environmental Product, Declarations Core rules for the product category of EN 29053. construction products EN 29053 1993 Acoustics materials for acoustical. applications determination of airflow resistance,IBU 2013 PCR Part A. PCR Part A Product Declarations of Institut Bauen EN 1609. und Umwelt IBU Part A Calculation Rules for the EN 1609 2013 Thermal insulating products for building. Life Cycle Assessment and Requirements on the applications Determination of short term water. Background Report 2013 04 absorption by partial immersion. IBU 2014 PCR Part B EN 12087, PCR Part B Requirements on the EPD for Mineral EN 12087 2013 Thermal insulating products for. insulating materials in German Anforderungen an die building applications Determination of long term water. EPD f r Mineralische D mmstoffe Version 1 6 absorption by immersion. Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V 07 2014,EN 13501 1, GaBi 6 2012 EN 13501 1 2009 Fire classification of construction. GaBi 6 Software and database for life cycle products and building elements Part 1 Classification. engineering LBP University of Stuttgart and PE using test data from reaction to fire tests. INTERNATIONAL AG Leinfelden Echterdingen 2012, GaBi 6 2012B ISO 10456 2007 Building materials and products. GaBi 6 Documentation of GaBi6 Datasets for life cycle Hygrothermal properties Tabulated design values and. engineering LBP University of Stuttgart and PE procedures for determining declared and design. INTERNATIONAL AG 2012 thermal values,SoFi 6 2014 DIN 4102 T17. SoFi 6 database for Enterprise Sustainability DIN 4102 T17 1990 Fire behaviour of building. Performance PE INTERNATIONAL AG 2014 materials and elements determination of melting point. of mineral fibre insulating materials concepts,DIN 4108 10 requirements and testing. DIN 4108 00 2004 09 Thermal insulation and energy, economy in buildings Part 10 Application related Zulassung Z 33 4 1351 Z 33 4 1395 BF1. requirements for thermal insulation materials Factory Zulassung Z 33 4 1351 Z 33 4 1395 BF1. made products Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche building inspection. 6 Environmental Product Declaration Knauf Insulation RMW coated panels FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD. N SMARTwall OUT Therm, approval issued by the Deutsches Institut f r DoP R4308LPCPR R4308MPCPR R4308KPCPR. Bautechnik DIBt Berlin R4238LPCPR R4238MPCPR R4238KPCPR. Declarations of Performance, 7 Environmental Product Declaration Knauf Insulation RMW coated panels FKD T FKD U FKD S FKD. N SMARTwall OUT Therm, Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V Tel 49 0 30 3087748 0. Panoramastr 1 Fax 49 0 30 3087748 29,10178 Berlin Mail info bau umwelt com. Germany Web www bau umwelt com,Programme holder, Institut Bauen und Umwelt e V Tel 49 0 30 3087748 0. Panoramastr 1 Fax 49 0 30 3087748 29,10178 Berlin Mail info bau umwelt com. Germany Web www bau umwelt com,Author of the Life Cycle Assessment. Universit de Li ge Tel 32 4 3663547,all e du 6 ao t B6 Fax 32 4 3663547. 4000 Li ge Mail saicha gerbinet ulg ac be,Belgium Web www chimapp ulg ac be. Thinkstep Tel 49 0 7113418170,Hauptstrasse 111 Fax 49 0 71134181725. 70771 Leinfelden Echterdingen Mail info thinkstep com. Germany Web www thinkstep com,Owner of the Declaration. Knauf Insulation Tel 003210488462,rue E Francqui 7 Fax 003210488474. 1435 Mont Saint Guibert Mail Jean,Belgium Pierre Pigeolet knaufinsulation com.
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