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Regional validity

Scope

timber frame construction
Cross-section of standard configuration

timber frame construction
Standard configuration

Note

The fire resistance is only valid when wall is used as partition with only one side exposed to fire.

Register of building materials used for this application, cross-section (from outside to inside)

Thickness [mm] Building material Thermal performance Reaction to fire­
λ μ min – max ρ c
A 19,0 planking tongue and groove 0,120 50 450 1,600 D
B 22,0 planking spruce wood diagonal 0,120 50 450 1,600 D
C 160,0 construction timber (60/160; e=625) 0,120 50 450 1,600 D
D - variable insulation material
E 22,0 planking spruce wood diagonal 0,120 50 450 1,600 D
F 19,0 planking tongue and groove 0,120 50 450 1,600 D

Variations of building components

Thickness of layer Fire performance Thermal performance Acoustic performance Eco Sustainability Mass
Thickness [mm] Building material Σ REI U [W/(m²K)] Diffusion Rw (C,Ctr) ΔOI3 m [kg/m²]
iwrxxo07a-00 D 160,0 mineral wool [040; ≥16; <1000°C] 242,0 30 39 (-2,-6) 11,04 46,1
iwrxxo07a-01 D 160,0 Cellulose fibre [040; 50] 242,0 30 40 (-2,-5) 1,35 51,0
iwrxxo07a-02 D 160,0 Wood fibre insulation [039; 50] 242,0 30 39 (-2,-6) 7,01 51,0
iwrxxo07a-03 D 160,0 mineral wool [038; ≥33; ≥1000°C] 242,0 60 39 (-2,-6) 17,53 48,6

Last update 07.05.2020/hfa.plb