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Insulation mounting profile and method for manufacturing of insulation mounting profiles

An essential structural element of the developed insulation mounting profile is the angle iron (1), with the shape of the letter „l", made of any material, preferably steel or composite with a high density, that can carry loads even up to 450 kg/m2. The angle iron (1), which is supplemented with the adhering foam (2), forms a compact, basic part of the profile with the cross section of a right triangle. The foam (2} can be made of any plastic, preferably of foamed polypropylene having a cellular structure. The foam 2 can be even the floral sponge, i.e. made of pofyurethane with short chains, as well as of polystyrene (soft tor hard), a styrodur, a polyurethane, preferably having a density from 15 kg/m2 to 450 kg/m2, a foamed PVC or other plastic, such as ABS, PE, PP, or compressed wood chips or other material combined with polyurethane. The basic part of the developed insulation mounting profile, consisting of the angle iron (1) along with the adhering foam (2), is covered with the layer of resin (4), for example, with epoxy resin, urine resin or polyurethane resin, and then coated with the layer of glass fiber (5), carbon fiber or fiber impregnated with resin. To such prepared basic part of the insulation profile is installed the supplementing foam (3), made, for example, of one of the materials, from which the adhering foam (2) is made. The supplementing foam (3) along with the previously prepared basic part of the profile is also covered with the layer of resin (4), and then with the layer of fiber (5).

» Number: AU2016366960A1 (A1)

» Publication Date: 18//2/07/0



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