FOR SAFETY, EFFICIENCY & BETTER INDOOR AIR QUALITY
ArmaFlex® Class 0
Your trusted insulation system for Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) applications. Conserves energy and reduces heat loss. Class 0 fire classification according to BS476 Parts 6 and 7. Certified by leading international fire safety agencies. Fibre-free. Infused with Microban® anti-microbial protection for even better indoor air quality.
Excellent fire performance - FM Approved for entire range of insulation thickness. Certified to conform to safety, reliability and performance standards of various local fire safety bodies.
Closed-cell structure - Minimises moisture permeation to ensure long-term protection against corrosion under insulation (CUI). Removes the need for an additional water vapour barrier.
Energy efficient - Low thermal conductivity minimises energy losses to give long term energy savings.
Microban protection - When microbes come into contact with the insulation surface, Microban penetrates the cell wall of the micro-organism, disabling its ability to function, grow and reproduce.
Environmentally safe - Zero Ozone Depletion Potential and Global Warming Potential; rated "Excellent" by Singapore Green Building Council.
Safer indoor air quality - Free of fibre and formaldehyde, and GREENGUARD® Gold certified for low emissions of volatile organic compounds.
Easy-to-install - Highly flexible elastomeric foam that can be installed quickly on irregular shapes and installations in tight spaces.
Curious about the safety standards of our insulation materials? Read more in our Armacell Know-how guides.
BS 476 refers to the British standard for fire tests on building materials and structures. Part 7 specifies the test method for measuring the lateral spread of flame along the surface of a test specimen. During the test, the measurements recorded include... Read more
BS 476 refers to the British standard for fire tests on building materials and structures. Part 6 specifies a method of test for providing a comparative measure of a flat material/assembly's contribution to the growth of a fire. It takes into account the combined effect of factors such as... Read more
The FM approval is an approval requirement for insulation material used on the exterior of non-combustible pipes or ducts. This standard uses a full-scale test for pipe and sheet insulation. Tests in this standard are different from the BS 476 standard as... Read more
The NFPA 274 Standard Test Method is a full-scale test that uses large samples to simulate how insulated pipes in a confined vertical configuration may behave during a growing fire situation. It may be a more realistic assessment as it reflects the actual... Read more