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1 INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION OF KAUNAS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY OF BUILDING PHYSICS Notified Body number: 2018 TEST REPORT No /11(C) SF/15 Date: 26 of November 2015 page (pages) 1 (3) Determination of installed thermal resistance into a roof of TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST R according to EN ISO 6946:2007 Test method: (test name) Determination of installed thermal resistance into a roof of TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST R according to EN ISO 6946:2007 (number of normative document or test method, description of test procedure, test uncertainty) Product name: TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST R Customer: Manufacturer: Calculation results: (identification of the specimen) ACTIS SA Avenue de Catalogne, Limoux, France (name and address of enterprise) ACTIS SA Avenue de Catalogne, Limoux, France Roof slope angle, Calculation method reference no. Calculation result, R, (m 2 K)/W Flat roof ( = 0 ) EN ISO 6946:2007 6,22 Pitched roof ( = 20 ) EN ISO 6946:2007 6,29 Pitched roof ( = 30 ) EN ISO 6946:2007 6,33 Pitched roof ( = 45 ) EN ISO 6946:2007 6,40 R value for others pitched sloop (different value) can be determined by linear interpolation between two calculated R values Calculation made by: Laboratory of Building Physics, Institute of Architecture and Construction of Kaunas University of Technology (Name of the organization) Products used in calculation: TRISO HYBRID (test report no SF/15 U) BOOST R HYBRID (test report no SF/15 U) Additions information: Application, Annex: 1 Calculation results (the numbers of the annexes should be pointed out) Technical manager: J. Ramanauskas (approves the test results) (n., surname) (signature) Tested by K. Banionis (calculation made by) (n., surname) (signature) S.P.

2 TEST REPORT No /11(C) SF/15 2 (3) Annex 1: Calculation results Table 1: Products R-core values according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015 Product Calculated R-core thermal resistance, (m 2 K)/W TRISO HYBRID (test report n SF/15 U) 2,750 BOOST R HYBRID (test report n SF/15 U) 2,450 Figure 1. Roof construction design 1 Unventilated Air cavity # 1 2 TRISO HYBRID 3 Unventilated Air cavity # 2 4 BOOST' R' HYBRID 5 Ventilated Air cavity # 3 Table 2: Roof construction calculation results for slope = 0 (EN ISO 6946) TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST' R' installed on roof Angle: α = 0 Layer R value Unit Ascendant Heat Flux (Winter period) Unventilated Air cavity # 1 0,448 m².k/w TRISO HYBRID 2,750 m².k/w Unventilated Air cavity # 2 0,473 m².k/w BOOST' R' HYBRID 2,450 m².k/w Ventilated Air cavity # 3 0,100 m².k/w R Total 6,22 m².k/w Table 3: Roof construction calculation results for slope = 20 (EN ISO 6946) TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST' R' installed on roof Angle: α = 20 Layer R value Unit Ascendant Heat Flux (Winter period) Unventilated Air cavity # 1 0,482 m².k/w TRISO HYBRID 2,750 m².k/w Unventilated Air cavity # 2 0,511 m².k/w BOOST' R' HYBRID 2,450 m².k/w Ventilated Air cavity # 3 0,100 m².k/w R Total 6,29 m².k/w Notes on publication no part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced or translated to another language without the

3 TEST REPORT No /11(C) SF/15 3 (3) Table 4: Roof construction calculation results for slope = 30 (EN ISO 6946) TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST' R' installed on roof Angle: α = 30 Layer R value Unit Ascendant Heat Flux (Winter period) Unventilated Air cavity # 1 0,501 m².k/w TRISO HYBRID 2,750 m².k/w Unventilated Air cavity # 2 0,532 m².k/w BOOST' R' HYBRID 2,450 m².k/w Ventilated Air cavity # 3 0,100 m².k/w R Total 6,33 m².k/w Table 5: Roof construction calculation results for slope = 45 (EN ISO 6946) TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST' R' installed on roof Angle: α = 45 Layer R value Unit Ascendant Heat Flux (Winter period) Unventilated Air cavity # 1 0,532 m².k/w TRISO HYBRID 2,750 m².k/w Unventilated Air cavity # 2 0,567 m².k/w BOOST' R' HYBRID 2,450 m².k/w Ventilated Air cavity # 3 0,100 m².k/w R Total 6,40 m².k/w Requirements for calculation validity: Calculations of R values are valid for a pitched roof ( α is generally from 10 to 45 ), and Ceiling (α is equal to 0 ), Calculations of R values are valid when TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST R is installed from the internal side of the Roof or the external part of the Roof, Calculations of R values are valid when TRISO-SUPER 12 BOOST R is installed in agreement with the installation guidelines described into the manufacturer brochure, Calculations of R values are valid when unventilated air cavities are at least 20 mm thick. Notes on publication no part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced or translated to another language without the

4 INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION OF KAUNAS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY OF BUILDING PHYSICS TEST REPORT No SF/15 U Date: 25 of November 2015 BANDYMAI ISO/IEC Nr. LA page (pages) S.P. 1 (6) Determination of declared thermal resistance of reflective insulation product according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015 and LST EN ISO 8990:1999 (test title) Test method: Specimen description: LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015: Thermal insulation for buildings - Reflective insulation products - Determination of the declared thermal performance; LST EN ISO 8990:1999 Thermal insulation - Determination of steady-state thermal transmission properties - Calibrated and guarded hot box (ISO 8990:1994). (number of normative document or test method, description of test procedure, test uncertainty) TRISO HYBRID: reflective insulation product (Type 3) Nominal thickness (EN 823) 47,5 mm (name, description and identification details of a specimen) Customer: ACTIS SA Avenue de Catalogne, Limoux, France (name and address) Manufacturer: ACTIS SA Avenue de Catalogne, Limoux, France (name and address) Test results: Name of the indicator and unit Test method reference no. Test result Thermal resistance R, (m 2 K)/W LST EN ISO 8990:1999 4,084 Calculated R-core thermal resistance, (m 2 K)/W LST EN ISO 16012:2012+A1:2015* 2,767 Position of specimen: vertical (direction of heat flow horizontal) *flexible scope Tested at: Laboratory of Building Physics, Institute of Architecture and Construction of Kaunas University of Technology (name of the test laboratory) Specimen delivery date: Date of testing: Sampling: The test specimen sampled by customer. Description No /15, Additional information: Application , drawing. (any deviations, complementary tests, exceptions and any information related with particular test) Annexes: Annex 1. Test results; Annex 2. Parameters of Guarded Hot Box measurement; Annex 3. Specimen products and air gaps thermal properties; Annex 4. Perimeter zone s linear thermal transmittance value of the specimen; Annex 5. Specimen design data; Annex 6. Scheme of climate chamber Hot box. (indicate annex numbers and titles) Technical manager: J. Ramanauskas (approves the test results) (signature) (n., surname) Tested by: A. Burlingis (technically responsible for testing) (signature) (n., surname)

5 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 2 (6) Annex 1. Test results: Data element unit Value Air velocity on warm side, downwards, I m/s 0,15 Air velocity on cold side, upwards, e m/s 3,23 Total power input to metering box, in W 14,099 Heat flow density through a specimen, qsp W/m 2 2,7685 Corrected heat flow density through a specimen, qc W/m2 2,7479 Warm side air temperature, ci o C 21,19 Cold side air temperature, ce o C 8,90 Surface temperature of the warm side, ni o C 20,831 Surface temperature of the cold side, ne o C 9,610 Temperature difference, ΔT o C 11,221 Thermal resistance of specimen, R m 2 K/W 4,084 Corrected, thermal resistance of specimen, Rcore m 2 K/W 2,779 Uncertainty of the measurement, ΔR m 2 K/W ± 0,14437 Tested by: A. Burlingis Date:

6 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 3 (6) Annex 2. Parameters of Guarded Hot Box measurement. Table 1. TRISO HYBRID insulation system s specimen measured at 20 o C/10 o C temperature regime Guarded Hot Box measurement. Parameters of TRISO HYBRID insulation system s specimen: Specimen s area A, m 2 1,83125 Actual mean thickness of specimen, mm 140* Position of a specimen vertical Length of specimen perimeter L, m 5,44 Linear thermal transmittance of perimeter zone L, W/(m K) 0,00062 Measurement data: Insulation system with product TRISO HYBRID : Result: Temperature regime, o C Hot side ambience temperature th, o C Hot side surface temperature h, o C Cold side ambience temperature tc, o C Cold side surface temperature c, o C Temperature difference t (th - tc), o C Temperature difference ( h - c), o C Measured heat flow density q, W/m 2 Corrected heat flow density qc, W/m 2 R-value of insulation system, m 2 K/W 20 /10 21,223 20,831 8,977 9,610 12,246 11,221 2,7685 2,7479 4,084 0,144 * Previous test has shown that when installed on real building the average thickness of product is slightly larger than its nominal value. To keep surfaces of test sample as parallel as possible in the test setup, it is decided to install the product in a frame. After internal validation, the thickness of the frame is representative of the average thickness of an installed product, as requested by LST EN ISO Annex 3. Specimen product and air gaps thermal properties Table 2. TRISO HYBRID insulation specimen product R-core value measurement results Product Hot side temperature h, o C Cold side temperature c, o C Temperature diffrence, C Heat flow density q c, W/m 2 Product s R- core value, m 2 K/W TRISO HYBRID 19, ,4400 7,6355 2,7479 2,779 Note: the mean temperature at each surface is derived from 12 measuring points. Table 3. TRISO HYBRID insulation specimen air gaps corrected R-core values calculation results according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015 and LST EN ISO 6946:2008 Radiative Measured heat Convective Air gap Thickness temperature Air gap R- core value, transfer heat transfer number d, mm differences of m surfaces,, o coefficient, coefficient, h 2 K/W a C Air gap #1 29 1,7555 0,2833 1,25 0,6522 Air gap #2 29 1,830 0,2550 1,25 0,6644 Table 4. TRISO HYBRID insulation specimen products Specimen product TRISO HYBRID Specimen surface layer h r Test method reference No. Declared emissivity, ε 0,05 * HQ2000+LAQUE EN HQ2000+LAQUE 0,05 * * Emissivity results by Forschungsinstitut für Wärmeschutz e.v. München Tests Reports No. D3-06/11 R-core thermal resistance value calculation according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015: R core (LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015) = 4,084 0,6522-0,6644 = 2,7669 (m 2 K)/W

7 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 4 (6) Annex 4. Perimeter zone s linear thermal transmittance value of the specimen d Effective thermal conductivity of product eff 0,03023 W/(m 2 K) Perimeter zone s U-value: 0,2235 W/(m 2 K); width d 200 mm; Central area U-value: 0,2204 W/(m 2 K). Perimeter s linear thermal transmittance: (0,2235-0,2204) 0,2 0,00062 W/(m K). The correction of measured heat flow density value due to perimeter zone is calculated according to equation: here: A area of a specimen, m 2 ; Q measured mean heat flow through a specimen, W; q measured mean heat flow density through a specimen, W; Q C corrected mean heat flow through a central area of specimen, W; Q C corrected mean heat flow density through a central area of specimen, W; L perimeter length of a specimen, m; t ambient temperature difference across a specimen, K; - perimeter s linear thermal transmittance of a specimen, W/(m K). Corrected R-value: temperature difference across a specimen, K.

8 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 5 (6) Annex 5. Specimen design data 1. OSB 2. Air gap (#1) 3. TRISO HYBRID mm 4. Air gap (#2) 5. OSB mm 6. XPS (extruded polystyrene) Table 5. TRISO HYBRID products alternative names Main product name Alternative product name #1 Alternative product name #2 TRISO HYBRID TETRIS ITI HCONTROL HYBRID PRO

9 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 6 (6) Annex 6. Scheme of climate chamber Hot box 1. Warm side guard box: internal dimensions mm; wall thickness 130 mm, total thermal resistance about 3 m 2 K/W. 2. Guard air flows deflecting screen. 3. Electrical heater, power 660 W, controlled according to a set point temperature in metering box (6). 4. Electrical heater of metering box, power control from 13W to 660 W. 5. Warm side baffler (of metering box) with surface and air temperature sensors. 6. Metering box internal dimensions mm. 7. Surround panel: 200 mm thick, core material EPS polystyrene (faced with 3 mm thick cellular PVC plastic sheet on either side), thermal resistance about 6 m 2 K/W, 1484 x 1234 mm aperture for specimen mounting. 8. Cold side box: internal dimensions mm; wall thickness 130 mm, total thermal resistance about 3 m 2 K/W. 9. Cold side baffler with surface and air temperature sensors. 10. Cold side box controlled 11. Cold side controlled cooling air unit, max. cooling power up to 3 kw. 12. Cold side air cooling box with 5 speed motor fan. electrical heater, max. power 2 k

10 INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION OF KAUNAS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY OF BUILDING PHYSICS TEST REPORT No SF/15 U Date: 24 of November 2015 BANDYMAI ISO/IEC Nr. LA page (pages) S.P. 1 (6) Determination of declared thermal resistance of reflective insulation product according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015 and LST EN ISO 8990:1999 (test title) Test method: Specimen description: LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015: Thermal insulation for buildings - Reflective insulation products - Determination of the declared thermal performance; LST EN ISO 8990:1999 Thermal insulation - Determination of steady-state thermal transmission properties - Calibrated and guarded hot box (ISO 8990:1994). (number of normative document or test method, description of test procedure, test uncertainty) BOOST R HYBRID: reflective insulation product (Type 3) Nominal thickness (EN 823) 51,3 mm (name, description and identification details of a specimen) Customer: ACTIS SA Avenue de Catalogne, Limoux, France (name and address) Manufacturer: ACTIS SA Avenue de Catalogne, Limoux, France (name and address) Test results: Name of the indicator and unit Test method reference no. Test result Thermal resistance R, (m 2 K)/W LST EN ISO 8990:1999 3,471 Calculated R-core thermal resistance, (m 2 K)/W LST EN ISO 16012:2012+A1:2015* 2,483 Position of specimen: vertical (direction of heat flow horizontal) *flexible scope Tested at: Laboratory of Building Physics, Institute of Architecture and Construction of Kaunas University of Technology (name of the test laboratory) Specimen delivery date: Date of testing: Sampling: The test specimen sampled by customer. Description No /15, Additional information: Application , drawing. (any deviations, complementary tests, exceptions and any information related with particular test) Annexes: Annex 1. Test results; Annex 2. Parameters of Guarded Hot Box measurement; Annex 3. Specimen products and air gaps thermal properties; Annex 4. Perimeter zone s linear thermal transmittance value of the specimen; Annex 5. Specimen design data; Annex 6. Scheme of climate chamber Hot box. (indicate annex numbers and titles) Technical manager: J. Ramanauskas (approves the test results) (signature) (n., surname) Tested by: A. Burlingis (technically responsible for testing) (signature) (n., surname)

11 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 2 (6) Annex 1. Test results: Data element unit Value Air velocity on warm side, downwards, I m/s 0,15 Air velocity on cold side, upwards, e m/s 3,2 1 Total power input to metering box, in W 14,842 Heat flow density through a specimen, qsp W/m 2 3,1808 Corrected heat flow density through a specimen, qc W/m2 3,2032 Warm side air temperature, ci o C 21,18 Cold side air temperature, ce o C 8,91 Surface temperature of the warm side, ni o C 20,788 Surface temperature of the cold side, ne o C 9,669 Temperature difference, ΔT o C 11,120 Thermal resistance of specimen, R m 2 K/W 3,471 Corrected, thermal resistance of specimen, Rcore m 2 K/W 2,480 Uncertainty of the measurement, ΔR m 2 K/W ± 0,11710 Tested by: A. Burlingis Date:

12 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 3 (6) Annex 2. Parameters of Guarded Hot Box measurement. Table 1. BOOST R HYBRID insulation system s specimen measured at 20 o C/10 o C temperature regime Guarded Hot Box measurement. Parameters of BOOST R HYBRID insulation system s specimen: Specimen s area A, m 2 1,83125 Actual mean thickness of specimen, mm 140* Position of a specimen vertical Length of specimen perimeter L, m 5,44 Linear thermal transmittance of perimeter zone L, W/(m K) -0,00068 Measurement data: Insulation system with product BOOST R HYBRID : Result: Temperature regime, o C Hot side ambience temperature th, o C Hot side surface temperature h, o C Cold side ambience temperature tc, o C Cold side surface temperature c, o C Temperature difference t (th - tc), o C Temperature difference ( h - c), o C Measured heat flow density q, W/m 2 Corrected heat flow density qc, W/m 2 R-value of insulation system, m 2 K/W 20 /10 21,222 20,788 8,997 9,669 12,225 11,120 3,1808 3,2032 3,471 0,117 * Previous test has shown that when installed on real building the average thickness of product is slightly larger than its nominal value. To keep surfaces of test sample as parallel as possible in the test setup, it is decided to install the product in a frame. After internal validation, the thickness of the frame is representative of the average thickness of an installed product, as requested by LST EN ISO Annex 3. Specimen product and air gaps thermal properties Table 2. BOOST R HYBRID insulation specimen product R-core value measurement results Product Hot side temperature h, o C Cold side temperature c, o C Temperature diffrence, C Heat flow density q c, W/m 2 Product s R- core value, m 2 K/W BOOST R HYBRID 19, ,0625 7,9430 3,2032 2,4797 Note: the mean temperature at each surface is derived from 12 measuring points. Table 3. BOOST R HYBRID insulation specimen air gaps corrected R-core values calculation results according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015 and LST EN ISO 6946:2008 Radiative Measured heat Convective Air gap Thickness temperature Air gap R- core value, transfer heat transfer number d, mm differences of m surfaces,, o coefficient, coefficient, h 2 K/W a C Air gap #1 29 1,7825 0,3393 1,25 0,6292 Air gap #2 29 1,3935 1,5344 1,25 0,3591 Table 4. BOOST R HYBRID insulation specimen products Specimen product Specimen surface layer h r Test method reference No. Declared emissivity, ε 0,22 * BOOST R Boost R 5 HYBRID EN HQ2000+LAQUE 0,08 * * Emissivity results by Actis Test Report Laboratory No. ESLA 15/100 ( ) R-core thermal resistance value calculation according to LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015: R (LST EN 16012:2012+A1:2015) = 3,471 0,6292-0,3591 = 2,483 (m 2 K)/W

13 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 4 (6) Annex 4. Perimeter zone s linear thermal transmittance value of the specimen d Effective thermal conductivity of product eff 0, W/(m 2 K) Perimeter zone s U-value: 0,2454 W/(m 2 K); width d 200 mm; Central area U-value: 0,2487 W/(m 2 K). Perimeter s linear thermal transmittance: (0,2453-0,2487) 0,2-0,00068 W/(m K). The correction of measured heat flow density value due to perimeter zone is calculated according to equation: here: A area of a specimen, m 2 ; Q measured mean heat flow through a specimen, W; q measured mean heat flow density through a specimen, W; Q C corrected mean heat flow through a central area of specimen, W; Q C corrected mean heat flow density through a central area of specimen, W; L perimeter length of a specimen, m; t ambient temperature difference across a specimen, K; - perimeter s linear thermal transmittance of a specimen, W/(m K). Corrected R-value: temperature difference across a specimen, K.

14 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 5 (6) Annex 5. Specimen design data 1. OSB 2. Air gap (#1) 3. BOOST R HYBRID 4. Air gap (#2) 5. OSB 6. XPS (extruded polystyrene) Table 5. BOOST R HYBRID products alternative names Main product name Alternative product name #1 Alternative product name #2 BOOST R HYBRID TETRIS ITE BOOST R HYBRID PRO

15 TEST REPORT No SF/15 U 6 (6) Annex 6. Scheme of climate chamber Hot box 1. Warm side guard box: internal dimensions mm; wall thickness 130 mm, total thermal resistance about 3 m 2 K/W. 2. Guard air flows deflecting screen. 3. Electrical heater, power 660 W, controlled according to a set point temperature in metering box (6). 4. Electrical heater of metering box, power control from 13W to 660 W. 5. Warm side baffler (of metering box) with surface and air temperature sensors. 6. Metering box internal dimensions mm. 7. Surround panel: 200 mm thick, core material EPS polystyrene (faced with 3 mm thick cellular PVC plastic sheet on either side), thermal resistance about 6 m 2 K/W, 1484 x 1234 mm aperture for specimen mounting. 8. Cold side box: internal dimensions mm; wall thickness 130 mm, total thermal resistance about 3 m 2 K/W. 9. Cold side baffler with surface and air temperature sensors. 10. Cold side box controlled 11. Cold side controlled cooling air unit, max. cooling power up to 3 kw. 12. Cold side air cooling box with 5 speed motor fan. electrical heater, max. power 2 k

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