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isoplus förisolerade isopex-rör med sin exceptionella flexibilitet lämpar sig väl för stickledningar, sekundära anläggningar och närvärmeanläggningar, där den kontinuerliga drifttemperaturen inte överstiger 85°C.

Rören består av ett pexmedierör och ett PE-LLD-mantelrör, som via den flexibla polyuretanisoleringen är sammangjutna till en fast enhet. Den flexibla isoleringen och PE-LLD-mantelröret säkrar maximal flexibilitet, låga monteringskostnader och snabb och problemfri montering som inte ställer höga krav på montören.

isopex kan användas till värme- (max. 6 eller 10 bars drifttryck) eller interna dricksvattenledningar (max. 10 bars drifttryck).





Medierör-material: tvärbundet PEX-a av polyetylen, enligt EN/ISO 15875-2.
Mantelmaterial: bimodalt – PE-LLD
Isolering: polyuretanskum, blåst med cyklopentan

Max. drifttemperatur 95°C
Max. kontinuerlig drifttemperatur 85°C
Max. drifttryck: 6-10 bar



Mått enligt rörserie 5 ISO 4065 (SDR 11)

Max. drifttryck 6 och 10 bar, PN 12,5 vid 20°C

Leveranslängd: 75-360 m
Mått: 20-125 mm

Syrediffusionsspärr av EVAL i överensstämmelse med EN/ISO 15875-2.



Mått enligt rörserie 3,2 ISO 4065 (SDR 7,4)

Max. drifttryck 10 bar, PN20 vid 20°C

Leveranslängd: 150-360 m
Mått: 20-63 mm

Hos isoplus kan du alltid få kvalificerad rådgivning från projektets start till rörsystemet är installerat.

Vi kan hjälpa till projektering, dimensioneringmuffemontering och installation av larmsystem.

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