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Softboard is generally used as insulating board due to its thermal and acoustic properties. Softboard is manufactured using heat and pressure. Most softboards are produced in a "wet process", where a fibre moisture content of more than 20 % at the forming stage is common. The range in density is ≥ 230 kg/m³ up to < 400 kg/m³. By incorporating additives certain properties can be improved, e.g. fire resistance and moisture resistance.

Details of sustainability rating (m3)

Softboard 250 kg/m³

Ressourceneinsatz
Lebenszyklus
Phase
GWP
[kg CO2 Äqv.]
AP
[kg SO2 Äqv.]
EP
[kg PO4 Äqv.]
ODP
[kg R11 Äqv.]
POCP
[kg Ethen Äqv.]
PERE
[MJ]
PERM
[MJ]
PERT
[MJ]
PENRE
[MJ]
PENRM
[MJ]
PENRT
[MJ]
A1-A3 -201,051 1,000 0,370 1,63e-5 0,039 673,398 4100,100 4773,498 3211,608 387,300 3598,908

Manufacturer

According to EN 13986

Product Manufacturer Additional info
STEICOuniversal Steico SE DoP (225 KB) , Further information (352 KB)

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