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ETIC Beyem Ecoterm

Exterior Thermal Insulation System for façades with natural cork and wood fibre panels.

SATE BEYEM ECOTERM is an external thermal insulation system for facades based on the use of natural materials for all the main components of the system: cork/wood as insulation material (ICB/WF), NHL natural hydraulic lime as fixing and facing mortar, air lime/cork as finishing mortar, including protection mesh (jute).

The useful substrates for the application of SATE BEYEM ECOTERM, both in new buildings and in refurbishment, are as follows:
In new construction:

  • Brick or ceramic block masonry and thermo-clay masonry.
  • Mortar rendering.
  • Concrete block.
  • Treated wood.

In refurbishment:

  • Mortar rendering.
  • Single-layer cladding.
  • Facing brickwork.
  • Stone masonry, mixed walls.
  • Treated wood.

In cases not described consult the Technical Department.

Advantage:

  • Natural ETIC system.
  • The most environmentally friendly solution.
  • Natural bacteriostatic and fungistatic.
  • Impermeable to rainwater.
  • High permeability to water vapour.
  • Reduction/elimination of the risk of condensation and interior mould.
  • Perfect solution for façade pathologies.
  • Ideal for refurbishment. No loss of usable surface area in the home.
Specification
  • ETIC BEYEM ECOTERM
    Water absorption
    • 1h
    < 1 kg/m²
    • 24h
    < 0,5 kg/m²
    Water vapour permeability< 1 m (equivalent air thickness)
    Impact strengthCategory II
    Adherence
    Adhesive on the substrate
    • Normal conditioning
    ≥ 0,25 MPa
    • Normal conditioning + 2 days water + 2 hours drying
    ≥ 0,08 MPa
    • Normal conditioning + 2 days water + 7 days conditioning
    ≥ 0,25 MPa
    Adhesive on the insulation
    • Normal conditioning
    ≥ 0,08 MPa
    • Normal conditioning + 2 days water + 2 hours drying
    ≥ 0,03 MPa
    • Normal conditioning + 2 days water + 7 days conditioning
    ≥ 0,08 MPa
    Base layer on top of the insulation
    • Normal conditioning
    ≥ 0,08 MPa
    • After hygrothermal cycles
    ≥ 0,08 MPa
    Natural Pressed Cork Insulation
    Thickness10-60 mm
    Thermal conductivity0,045-0,049 W/mK
    Density±170 Kg/m3
    Expanded Natural Cork Insulation
    Thickness20-250 mm
    Thermal conductivity0,040 W/mK
    Density±110 Kg/m3
    Wood Fibre Insulation
    Thermal conductivity0,037-0,048 W/mK
    Density110 – 265 Kg/m3
    Beyem Bioterm
    Compression strength≥ 6,0 MPa
    Minimum adhesive application thickness (final)≈ 2 mm
    Maximum application thickness as adhesive (final)≈ 5 mm
    Minimum thickness of application as coating≈ 3 mm
    Maximum thickness of application as a coating≈ 5 mm
    Performance≈ 1,25-1,75 Kg/m2 mm of thicknessv
    Beyem Neocal Term
    % Mixing water±22%
    Performance≈ 1,4 Kg/m2
    Thickness4 – 6 mm
    Compression strength≥3,5 MPa
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.sate-etic-beyem-ecoterm-sostenible
  • Collection setETICS - SATE
  • CollectionInsulation System
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2022-09-22
  • Edition number1
Related
  • Material mainCork
  • Designed inSpain
  • Manufactured inSpain
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryConstruction Materials - Insulation
  • IFC classificationWall
  • UNSPSC nameSiding and exterior wall materials
  • UNSPSC code301518
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeSs_25_25_95_28
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionExternal wall sheathing systems
  • OmniClass TitleCork Wall Covering
  • OmniClass Number23-15 15 19 17

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