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CERTIFICATE No 163/01Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated on 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008NAME OF PRODUCTPAROC Fire Proof sandwich panels forexternal walls, partitions and ceilings.MANUFACTURERParoc Panel System Oy AbFIN­21600 ParainenPRODUCT DESCRIPTIONThis certificate concerns a family of stone wool sandwich panels intended to be used aspartitions, ceilings and external wall structures in industrial, commercial, residential,official and office buildings, hospitals, chill stores, clean rooms and in the food industry.The surfaces of the panels are normally coated steel sheets and the core is stone wool inwhich the fibres are oriented perpendicularly to the faces. The surfaces are smooth orslightly profiled. The panels can be fastened on a structural frame or on secondarypurlins.CERTIFICATION PROCEDUREThis certificate has been issued by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, whichis a certification body (S017, EN 45011) accredited by the FINAS.This certificate is based on an initial type assessment of the product, and an initialinspection of the factory and the factory production control. The general certificationprocedures are based on the certification system of VTT.This certificate is valid for a maximum of five years from the date of updating issue.The conditions of validity are described in section 18.To check the validity of this certificate, contact the VTT, Tel. +358 20 722 4911.Using the VTT name in promotional material or reproducing and distributing any part of this certificate is allowed only bywritten permission of VTT.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 2TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Product requirement standards 32. Other standards and instructions 33. Product description, marking and quality control 44. Delivery and storage on site 55. General 56. Installation 47. Structural performance 58. Sound insulation / Acoustical performance 99. Moisture behaviour 1010. Thermal behaviour / insulation 1111. Fire safety 1112. Durability 1313. Environmental aspects 1314. Manufacturer’s instructions 1415. Testing and analysis for this certificate 1516. Other materials 1517. Validity period of the certificate 1518. Conditions of validity 1519. Other conditions 15


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 3REGULATIONS, STANDARDS AND INSTRUCTIONS1. Product requirement standards1.1 In the opinion of VTT the products, if used in accordance with the provisions of thisCertificate, will satisfy or contribute to satisfying the Regulations and Guidelines of theNational Building Code of Finland and related Technical standards as listed below:B1 Structural safety and loads, Regulations 1998, in accordance withsection 7 of this certificate orEN 1991­1­4 Eurocode 1: Actions on structures. Part 1­4: General actions. Windactions combined with the national annex, in accordance with section 7of this certificateC1 Sound insulation and noise abatement in building, Regulations andguidelines 1998, in accordance with section 8 of this certificateC2 Moisture, Regulations and guidelines 1998, in accordance with section 9of this certificateC3 Thermal insulation, Regulations 2007, in accordance with section 9 ofthis certificateC4 Thermal insulation, Guidelines 2003, in accordance with section 9 ofthis certificateE1 Fire safety in buildings, Regulations and guidelines 2002 in accordanceE2with section 11 of this certificateFire safety in industrial and warehouse buildings, Guidelines 2005, inaccordance with section 11 of this certificateEN 14509:2006 Self­supporting double skin metal faced sandwich panels­ Factorymade products­ SpecificationEN 13162:2001 Thermal insulation products for buildings: factory made mineral wool(MW) products2. Other standards and instructions2.1 The manufacturer has declared that the following requirements and guidelines arefollowed:European Recommendations for Sandwich Panels, Part I: Design. EuropeanConvention for Constructional Steelwork Technical Working Group TWG 7.9,International Council for Building Research Studies and Documentation CIB WorkingCommission W56 Light Weight Constructions. CIB Report publication 257, ECCSPublication 115


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 4Manufacturers Guidelines (below mentioned or renewed versions):Dimensioning Instruction, Paroc Panel System Oy Ab, August 2007Installation guide, January 2008Technical guide, June 2008Use and maintenance guide, January 2008Paroc Panel system, principle details, August 2006Elements of vision, May 2008PRODUCT INFORMATION3. Product description, marking and quality control3.1 The sandwich panels are fabricated by gluing the coil­coated structural steelfaces on the stone wool core. The stone wool used is special structural woolin which the wool fibres are uniformly aligned to achieve controlled strengthproperties. Stone wools used in panels are PAROC CES 35C, CES 50C, CES 50F andCES 75F. Stone wools are CE­marked according to the standard EN 13162. ECcertificatenumber is 0809­CPD­0568.3.2 The gluing of panels is performed with polyurethane based adhesive.3.3 The faces are usually galvanised steel sheets that have a nominal thickness of 0.5 ...0.7 mm. The steel grade used is EN 10326­S320GD+Z275. The standard coatings arepolyvinylidenefluoride, (PVDF) 27 µm for external use, and polyester (SP) 25 µm forinternal use. The colour alternatives can be selected from the standard colours or fromspecial alternatives. Other facing materials, such as stainless steel, copper and aluminiumsheet, may also be used with back coating.3.4 The nominal width of the panels is 1200 mm. The maximum length of the panels is12 000 mm.Available panel thickness classes are 50, 80, 100, 120, 150, 175, 200 and 240 mm.Different panel types can be chosen according to the required strength and fireproperties.Type AST ® T is intended to be used in internal and external walls and it has goodinsulation properties. Type AST ® S is intended to be used in facades and partition wallsin normal use in buildings and it has normal fire properties. Type AST ® F is normallyused in partition walls for fire protection purposes but can be used also in facades ifhigher fire resistance and strength properties are required. Type AST ® E is used inceilings and walls with high strength and fire requirements.3.5 The joints of adjacent panels in external walls are sealed on site from the warmerside with sealant or a sealing strip, and, if needed, from both sides. Detailed jointconstructions for different applications are given by the manufacturer.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 53.6 The factory production control of the panels is carried out according to the approvaldecisions and quality control agreements. The manufacturer has the ISO 9001 qualitysystem certified by DNV (Det Norske Veritas) and LPCB (Loss Prevention CertificationBoard).3.7 The external quality control is carried out by VTT according to the quality controlcontracts, covering of the surveillance of the factory control, the production and thetesting on the fire, strength and thermal insulation properties of the panels.4. Delivery and storage on site4.1 The Panels are delivered on site packaged on timber pallets wrapped in plastic foil.4.2 On the building site the packages and panels must be stored on ground level andprotected from direct rain and sunshine. The recommended storage time should notexceed 6 months because of the steel faces.4.3 The edges and coatings of the panels must be handled carefully.4.4 A more detailed description of handling is given by the manufacturer.DESIGN INFORMATION5. General and architectural design5.1 The design data and information given in this certificate is based on the assumptionthat construction solutions, fastening methods and other details given in this Certificatewill be followed together with the mentioned requirements and guidelines.5.2 Paroc Panel System Oy Ab is focusing on attractive design. A large scale of surfaceappearances is available to give the architect possibilities to design high class buildings.A more detailed description of the possibilities is given by the manufacturer (see alsoAnnex A1).6. Installation6.1 Panels are installed on the frame by the methods described in the Installation guideby the manufacturer.6.2 Installation details concerning corners, windows, doors, plinths, ceilings and otherdetails are presented in the ‘Principal details’by the manufacturer7. Structural performanceThe design calculations are, in general, made in accordance with the national codes inthe country where used. In Finland Part B1 of the national building code or alternativelyEN 1991 combined with the national annex are used for the characteristic loads.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 67.1 The load and combination factors are according to EN 14509. The design principlesand material factors are given in European Recommendations for sandwich panels Part1: Design.7.2 The following design values may be used:Table 1. Characteristic values for steel facesPanel Types Steel grade Wrinkling strengthAST ® TAST ® SAST ® FAST ® Ef Fc(MPa)Yield strength f y(MPa)Modulus ofelasticity E(MPa)EN 10326­S320 GD 90 320 206 000AISI 304/316/316L 90 210/220/220 200 000EN 10326­S320 GD 120 320 206 000AISI 304/316/316L 120 210/220/220 200 000EN 10326­S320 GD 140 320 206 000AISI 304/316/316L 140 210/220/220 200 000EN 10326­S320 GD 170 320 206 000AISI 304/316/316L 170 210/220/220 200 000(1The corresponding European grades according to EN 10088­2 are: AISI 304 = 1.4301, AISI316 = 1.4436 or 1.4401 ja AISI 316L = 1.4404 or 1.4432.Table 2. Design thickness of steel faces.Grade Nominal thickness t nDesign thickness t dEN 10326­S320 GD 0.5 mm 0.45 mmEN 10326­S320 GD 0.6 mm 0.55 mmEN 10326­S320 GD 0.7 mm 0.65 mmAISI 304/315/316L 0.6 mm 0.58 mmTable 3. Characteristic strength values for panel types.TypeShear strengthCompressionTensile strengthShear modulusf Cv(kPa)strength f Cc(kPa)f Ct(kPa)G C(MPa)AST ® T 40 40 100 2.0AST ® S 54 60 150 4.0AST ® F 80 85 200 6.0AST ® E 85 105 225 6.0


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 7Table 4. Distribution parameter k used in the calculation of the support reactionresistance.Panel type50 ­100 mm120 –240 mmkkAST ® T, AST ® S 0.7 0.5AST ® F, AST ® E 0.5 0.4Table 5. Design thickness for panels.Thickness class ofpanel mmDesign thickness Dmm50 5380 79100 99120 120150 151175 173200 202240 2437.3 The following load and combination factors may be used in the absence of nationalregulations to calculate the effect of action S.Table 6. Load factors state and material factors in the serviceability limit state.Load factors γ F (G.Q) Material factors γ MWind 1.0 Wool. shear or compression 1.0Permanent action, self weight 1.0 Steel faces, wrinkling 1.1Temperature difference between thefaces1.0 Steel faces, yielding 1.0Creep effects in ceilings 1.0 Fasteners, tension or shear 1.0Table 7. Load factors state and material factors in the ultimate limit state.Load factors γ F (G.Q) Material factors γ MWind 1.5 Wool. shear or compression 1.25Permanent action, self weight 1.35 or 1.0 Steel faces. wrinkling 1.25Temperature difference between thefaces1.5 Steel faces . yielding 1.1Fasteners. tension or shear 1.33


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 8Table 8. Combination factors ψ 0 and ψ 1serviceability limit state.in the ultimate limit state and in theCombinationfactorVariable action Wind Temperaturedifferenceψ 0I 0.7 0.6 0.6ψ 11 1.0 / 0.75 1) 1.0 / 0.75 1) 1.01) Coefficient ψ 11 = 0.75 for wind is used if the combination includes the action effects of two or morevariable actions and coefficient ψ 11 = 1.0 for wind is used if in the combination there is only onevariable action caused by wind alone.7.4 The calculation of the resistance R of panels and the design temperature differencebetween the faces should be determined according to European Recommendations forsandwich panels Part 1 or EN 14509.7.5 The design equation for each relevant limit state in the serviceability limit state orfor each relevant failure mode in the ultimate limit state:S d ≤ R dWhere S d is the design value of the effect of actions and R d is the corresponding designvalue of the resistance of panels.7.6 In the serviceability limit state the calculations are made according to the lineartheory of sandwich panels and the following limit states should be checked:• Attainment of the deflection limit that is usually L/100 for external walls andL/200 for ceilings (creep effects included).• Inelastic deformation of a face (yielding or wrinkling) at a single point withoutconsequential failure.• Inelastic deformation of core (shear or crushing) at a single point withoutconsequential failure.• Failure or excessive deformation in fasteners.• At an intermediate support the interaction formula given in to EuropeanRecommendations for sandwich panels Part 1 shall be checked.7.7 In the ultimate limit state the calculations are made using the theory of plastic hingeswith zero rest­moment i.e. single span panels. The following limit states should bechecked:• Inelastic deformation of a face (yielding or wrinkling) with consequential failure.• Shear failure of core.• Failure of fasteners.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008 98. Sound insulation / Acoustical performance8.1 The sound insulation properties of the Panel system depend on the thickness of thestone wool core, types of the supporting system and fastening methods, other coveringspossibly used and also air tightness of the joints and possible perforations.8.2 The sound insulation properties are measured according to EN ISO 140. Theweighted sound reduction index R w , R w + C and R w + C tr are evaluated according to ENISO 717. The frequency range R w + C and R w + C tr is extended to 50 ­ 5 000 Hz.Table 9a. Sound insulation of Paroc wall constructions, type AST TThickness class mm 50 80 ­ 175 200 ­ 240R w dB 28 29 28R w + C, 50 –5000 Hz, dB 26 27 26R w + C tr , 50 –5000 Hz, dB 24 25 24Table 9b. Sound insulation of Paroc wall constructions, type AST SThickness class mm 50 80 ­ 175 200 ­ 240R w dB 29 30 29R w + C, 50 –5000 Hz, dB 27 27 28R w + C tr , 50 –5000 Hz, dB 26 25 26Table 9c. Sound insulation of Paroc wall constructions, type AST FThickness class mm 50 80 ­ 175 200 ­ 240R w dB 30 31 30R w + C, 50 –5000 Hz, dB 27 28 27R w + C tr , 50 –5000 Hz, dB 26 27 26Table 9c. Sound insulation of Paroc wall constructions, type AST EThickness class mm 50 80 ­ 175 200 ­ 240R w dB 31 31 30R w + C, 50 –5000 Hz, dB 28 28 27R w + C tr , 50 –5000 Hz, dB 28 28 27If higher insulation is required, additional structures can be added to the panels.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.2008109. Moisture behaviour9.1 The surfaces of the panels are water and vapour tight.9.2 According to test methods EN 12114 and EN 12865 defined in the standard EN14509, the air tightness and rain tightness has been measured for a construction 3 x 3 m 2consisting of 80 mm thick Paroc panels with different joint constructions. The results aregiven in table 10.The results are also given in Table 10Table 10. Air and rain tightness of Paroc wall constructions.Product Mounting DetailAir permeability at 50Pa (m 3 /(m 2 h)ClassificationWater permeabilityShadow joint vertical App A2/1 < 1.5 Class A ( 1200 Pa)Shadow joint horizontal App A2/2 < 1.0 Class A ( 1200 Pa)Shadow joint horizontal App A2/3 < 1.0 Class B ( 600 Pa)All other products vertical App A2/4 < 1.0 Class A ( 1200 Pa)All other products horizontal App A2/5 < 1.0 Class A ( 1200 Pa)All other products horizontal App A2/6 < 1.5 Class B ( 600 Pa)9.3 The air tightness of the joints that can be achieved in practice guarantees satisfactoryfunction of the joints as to air and water tightness and thermal insulation, so long asproper condition of the joints can be maintained.9.4 Humid air can penetrate into the panels only through the joints and penetrations inthe panels. In very humid conditions special attention must be paid to air tightness of thepanel system. Because the core material, stone wool, is of a non­hygroscopic type themoisture, in the case of leakage, spreads very slowly within the wool. The panels must,however, be protected from long term water influence.9.5 In addition to the panel joints also other construction details have an effect on therain and air tightness of the construction. Window, door and other openings in theconstruction must have proper air and rain tightness to guarantee satisfactory functionof the panel solutions.9.6 Water absorptions of the wool cores of all types of insulations are smaller than WS 1(kg/m 2 ), WL(P) 3 (kg/m 2 ).


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.20081110. Thermal behaviour / insulation10.1 Thermal conductivity, declared value of lambda, λ D , of the stone wool isaccording to Table 11.Table 11. Thermal conductivities of stone wools used in Paroc panels.Type ofthe woolNominal density kg/m 3 λ DECLAREDW/(mK)λ DESIGNW/(mK)CES 35 C 75 0.039 0.039CES 50 C 85 0.041 0.041CES 50 F 115 0.045 0.045CES 75 F 120 0.045 0.04510.2 The U­values in W/(m 2 ⋅K) of the Paroc panel constructions are given in theTable 12. They are based on calculations done according to the standard EN ISO 6946.A surface resistance R si + R se = 0.17 m 2 ⋅K/W is included.Table 12. U­values in W/(m 2 ⋅K) for different wall constructions.TypeThickness class mm50 80 100 120 150 175 200 240AST ® T 0.68 0.47 0.38 0.31 0,25 0,22 0.19 0.16AST ® S 0.71 0.49 0.39 0.33 0,26 0,23 0.20 0.17AST ® F 0.77 0.53 0.43 0.36 0,29 0,25 0.22 0.18AST ® E 0.77 0.53 0.43 0.36 0,29 0,25 0.22 0.1811. Fire safety11.1 Requirements on fire resistance of structures and fire behaviour of products arenormally regulated in the National Building Regulations.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.20081211.2 Requirements on fire resistance of structures and fire behaviour of products arepresented in the National Building Code of Finland, Part E1, Fire safety of buildings,Regulations and guidelines, 2002.11.3 Reaction to fire class of all panel types is A2­s1,d0. The classification is valid forfree standing applications, for thickness not less than 50 mm and for organic coatings:Polyester (25 µm), polyvinylidene fluoride (27 –40 µm), polyvinyl chloride­ laminate(132 µm) and glue amounts from 235 g/m 2 to 315 g/m 2 .The stone wools CES 35C, CES 50C, CES 50F and CES 75F used in Paroc Fire ProofPanels are classified to Euroclass A1.11.4 Fire resistance of wall or ceiling constructions made of Paroc Fire Proof Panelpanelsare classified according to the standard EN 13501­2. The classess for thedifferent panel types are given in the table 13. The following must be noted: The fireresistance classes in national type approvals for Paroc panels can differ from the table 13classes and the national classes are then valid:Table 13. Fire resistance classes of Paroc Fire Proof panelsApplication Panel type Thickness (mm) Fire resistance NoteclassPartitions and AST ® T 100 ­ 240 EI 45 1) 2)external walls AST ® S 5080100120150175EI 20EI 45EI 60EI 90EI 120EI 1801) 2)AST ® F 5080100120150200 ­ 240175 ­ 240AST ® E 5080100120150175 ­ 240EI 240EI 45EI 90EI 120EI 129EI 180EI 240EI 45EI 90EI 120EI 120EI 180EI 2401) 2)1) 2)Ceilings AST ® E 100 ­ 240 EI 60 1) 3)1) The Paroc panels are to meet the requirements as given in table 32) In a fire situation the panels can be used both vertically and horizontally installed3) For ceilings, the classification is valid for fire from both below and above provided that the loadbearing structures and the fastenings there to on the side exposed to fire are protected against fire insuch a way that their fire classifications (R) is at least the same as the fire classification of the ceilingand nor do their deflections have an adverse effect on the ceiling fire properties


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.200813When wall or ceiling constructions made of Paroc Panel ­panels have fire resistancerequirements the constructions are considered as non­load bearing constructions.In a fire situation the panels are acting as catenary constructions because the exposedsteel sheet will disconnect from the stone wool core in an early stage of fire. The fixingsto the bearing construction, that must have at least the same fire resistance as the panelconstruction, must be designed accordingly.The elements are not allowed to extend from one fire compartment to another in neitherdirection.Electrical installations have to be installed on the surface of the elements instead ofembedding in the panels.Fire resistance of penetrations in Paroc Panel wall structures have to be verifiedseparately.For allowed span lengths in fire situations national regulations apply.12. Durability12.1 The panels are coated with organic coil coatings, which stand up well to theeffects of normal weather stresses. The coatings protect the metal facings below. Thepanels coated with polyester are used in low to medium corrosivity categories mainlyindoors. The panels coated with PVDF are mainly used outdoors and can also be used inmore aggressive environments like industrial surroundings12.2 The long term performance of the panel system depends on permanence of thetightness of the joints and load bearing properties. Load bearing performance over timeis taken into account in dimensioning of the structures (chapter 7). Maintenanceguidance by the manufacturer must be followed.12.3 An influence of long term thermal and humidity stresses on the panels in externalwalls is estimated to decrease the strength of the panels approximately 20 % after 50years in European climatic conditions13. Environmental aspects13.1 The stone wool products meet the Finnish requirements regarding health andsafety at work and user safety.13.2 The dust release from free stone wool surfaces is very small according to themeasurements. Paroc panels are faced with steel and the joints are air tight. The cuttingof the panels during the installation is the only stage during which some dust may occur.13.3 The organic emissions from the rock wool have been monitored over sevenyears. The measured maximum formaldehyde emissions were between 0.004 ­ 0.021mg/m 3 . No phenol emissions were detected.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.200814In the measurements of total VOC (Volatile organic compounds) according to theNordtest NT Build method 358(1990) and ECA Report No 8(1991) the emissions of thestone wool from a free surface are given in Table 14.Table 14. Emissions from stone wool.Classification limits mg/(m 2 h)AB< 20 µg/(m 2 h) TVOC < 0.2 < 0.4< 10 µg/(m 2 h) NH3 < 0.02 < 0.0425 µg/(m 2 h) Formaldehyde < 0.02 < 0.04Below Phenols < 0.005 < 0.005determinationlimit5 µg/(m 2 h)The stone wool belongs to the emission class A according to materials emissionsclassification (limit value in the class A, < 0.2 mg/(m 2 h) TVOC).13.4 The panel surfaces are smooth and free from details which collect dust and dirt.The coatings of the panels have a chemical composition which is suitable to be used inthe applications given above.13.5 The panels have been tested for the growth of microbes in stone wool. Theresults show that bacterial cells and/or spores (mould) will not survive or spread in thestone wools used in the panels.13.6 The stone wool is according to the EU classification non­ carcinogenic.INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE14. Manufacturer’s instructions14.1 The instructions are given in Installation guide and Principle details guide. Theinstructions shall be carefully followed in order to achieve the intended functionalperformance of the panel system.14.2 Guidance on maintenance and small repairs is given in Use and maintenanceguide.


VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.200815TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT15. Testing and analysis for this certificate15.1 Testing have been performed concerning fire, load bearing properties, thermalconductivity, emissions, usability in connection with food, and dust release fromsurfaces. VTT controls properties of the panels and its core material.15.2 Other reference material includes approvals in several countries and test resultsof the manufacturer and other research or approval organisations.15.3 A summary of the main reference material used is listed below1. Untersuchung von Tragverhalten von Paroc­Sandwich­Takelementen Paroc 50CWand­ und Dachpaneele, Forschungsrapport RAT11785/91, VTT.2. Untersuchung von Festigkeit der verbindungsmittel in den Paroc Wand­ undDachpaneelen, Forschungsrapport RAT1713/92,VTT.3. Paroc Panels with 100 mm thick stone wool 35 C, Classification report, WF E137196, 5.4.20044. Paroc panels with 50 –200 mm thick stone wool 50 C, Classification report, WF152748, 31.3.20065. Paroc Panels with 50 –200 mm thick stone wool 50 F, Classification report, WF152749, 31.3.20066. Paroc Panels with 50 –200 mm thick stone wool 75 F, Classification report, WF152750, 31.3.20067. EC­Certificate of Conformity for Thermal insulation products of Paroc Group Oy Ab,Certificate No: 0809 ­ CPD ­ 05688. Dust measurement in several office buildings, VTT's test reports 11110 and 310059. Microbial hygiene of stone wool samples, Research report BEL247/01,VTT10. Reaction to fire classification report of the Paroc fire proof sandwich panel, RTE2877/03, 1.10.200311.Classification of air permeability and water permeability according to EN 14509, SPreport P800353­01, 19.8.200812. Laboratory measurements of reduction index of Paroc steel panels, Report 07­83,2007­12­13, Akustikverkstan13. Calculation of reduction index of Paroc steel panels, Report 07­83­R3. 2008­07­01,Akustikverkstan14. Prediction of the long­term durability of Paroc­element under climatic conditions,Report 15/1999 TUT, Institute of Materials Science15. Quality Manual, Paroc Panel System Oy Ab16. ISO 9001: 2000 certificate, issued by Det Norske Veritas17. ISO 9001:2000 certificate, issued by LPCB


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 3/96, Date of issue 30.9.1996, Updated 20.12.2002 15VALIDITY OF THE CERTIFICATE16. Validity period of the certificateThis certificate is valid for a maximum of five years from the date of updating.17. Conditions of validityThe certificate is valid assuming that no fundamental changes are made to the product,and that the manufacturer has a valid quality control contract. A list of valid certificatesis available from VTT.18. Other conditionsThe references made in this certificate to standards and instructions are valid in theformat used at the time the certificate was awarded.The recommendations in this certificate concerning the safe use of this product areminimum requirements that shall be satisfied when using the product. The certificatedoes not override current or future requirements imposed by laws and statutes. Inaddition to the issues presented in this certificate, design, manufacturing and use shallfollow appropriate construction methods.The manufacturer is in charge of the product’s quality and factory production control. Inawarding this certificate, VTT does not bind itself to indemnification liability concerningpersonal injury or other damage that may directly or indirectly result from using the productdescribed in this certificate.VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland finds PAROC sandwich panels to be suitable for use inconstruction as described in this certificate. This updated certificate no.163/01 has been awarded asdescribed above to Paroc Panel System Oy AbOn behalf of VTT on 20.12.2008Liisa RautiainenAssessment ManagerJarmo RuohomäkiSenior Research Scientist


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A1APPENDIX A1:Surface alternatives for PAROC Fire Proof panels


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/1APPENDIX A2/1-1(2)


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/1APPENDIX A2/1-2(2)


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VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/4APPENDIX A2/4-2(2)


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/5APPENDIX A2/5-1(4)


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/5APPENDIX A2/5-2(4)


VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/5Appendix A2/5-3(4)


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VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/6APPENDIX A2/6-1(3)


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VTT CERTIFICATE NO. 163/01 , Date of issue20.12.2008 A2/6Appendix A2/6-3(3)

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