High quality

Mineral stone wool
slabs for insulation

Advantages

Products of mineral wool

UNIVERSAL
  • LIGHT EXTRA
  • LIGHT
  • UNIVERSAL
  • Unstressed heat and sound insulation in horizontal and vertical constructions, including constructions of pitched roofs, attic rooms, attic ceilings, floors on boarding joists with all types of coats, in constructions of framed walls and partitions. First (inner) layer in ventilated systems of warmth keeping when arranging two-layer insulation.

  • Heat insulating layer in constructions of three-layer walls, partially or fully made of small-pieces wallings. First (inner) layer in ventilated systems of warmth keeping when ar-ranging two-layer insulation. Thermal and sound insulating layer in constructions of partitions, floors on boarding joists, ceilings, above-cellar partitions with the lattice frame.

  • Heat insulating layer in constructions of three-layer walls, partially or fully made of small lpieces wallings, including insulation with windbreak for low-rise buildings, cottages type buildings, individual houses; in ventilated facade insulation systems of low-rise buildings, cottage type buildings, individual houses with single layer insulation with the mandatory windscreen; in the three-layer concrete and reinforced concrete wall panels. The first (inner) layer in the wall panels with piecemeal assembly. The thermal insulation core in the joints between the concrete and reinforced concrete wall panels. Insulation of industrial equipment, ductwork, piping, refrigeration units, tanks, ventilation chambers and channels. As filter elements of gas cleaning systems.

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FOR VENTILATED FACADES
  • VENT 50
  • VENT 25
  • Insulation layer in hinged facade systems with air gap at a single-layer insulation performance.

    The second (outer) layer of hinged facade systems with air gap at two-layer implementation of isolation.

    Insulation layer: in the construction of three-layer walls with a ventilated air gap; in the wall panels with piecemeal assembly.

  • Insulation layer in hinged facade systems with air gap at a single-layer insulation performance.

    The second (outer) layer of hinged facade systems with air gap for two-layer insulation performance.

    The second (outer) layer in the wall panels with piecemeal assembly. Insulation layer in the construction of three-layer walls with a ventilated air gap.

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FACADE SLABS WITH ARRANGING PLASTERING SYSTEM
  • FACADE T
  • FACADE
  • FACADE 12
  • FACADE 15
  • Insulation layer: in the three-layer concrete and reinforced concrete wall panels; when applying heavy plaster insulation systems, including unheated basements structures, car parks, garages, etc.; in hinged facade systems with air gap at a single-layer insulation performance. The second (outer) layer of hinged façade systems with air gap at two-layer implementation of isolation.

  • Insulation layer when arranging facade insulation systems of low-rise buildings, cottage type buildings, individual buildings.

  • Insulation layer when arranging light plaster systems of facade insulation; fire belt in light plaster systems of facade insulation using combustible insulation.

  • Insulation layer when arranging light plaster systems of facade insulation; insulation slope (door, window) in plaster systems of facade insulation.

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FOR COMBINED ROOFS
  • ROOF 30
  • ROOF 35
  • ROOF 60
  • ROOF 70
  • ROOF B60
  • ROOF 80
  • The lower layer of two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs.

  • The lower layer of two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs.

  • Single-layer insulation of combined roofs.

  • Single-layer insulation of combined roofs with the high loads on the roof.

  • The upper layer of the two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs.

  • Single-layer insulation layer and the upper two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs with the high loads on the roof.

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  • 5
  • 6
FOR SANDWICH-PANELS
  • SANDWICH
  • SANDWICH S
  • SANDWICH K
  • Insulating layer in three-layer metal wall slabs.

  • Insulating layer in three-layer metal wall slabs.

  • The thermal insulation layer in three-layer metal covering slabs (roofing).

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FOR THE FLOORS WITH INCREASED BASIC LOADS
  • FLOOR 125
  • FLOOR 190
  • Thermal and sound insulation layer in the construction of residential floors, including: "floating" floors, underfloor heating; attic floors made of reinforced concrete slabs.

  • Thermal and sound insulation layer in the construction of floors of public and industrial buildings, including "floating" floors, underfloor heating; attic floors made of reinforced concrete slabs.

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UNIVERSAL
  • LIGHT EXTRA
  • LIGHT
  • UNIVERSAL
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  • 2
  • 3
  • Unstressed heat and sound insulation in horizontal and vertical constructions, including constructions of pitched roofs, attic rooms, attic ceilings, floors on boarding joists with all types of coats, in constructions of framed walls and partitions. First (inner) layer in ventilated systems of warmth keeping when arranging two-layer insulation.

  • Heat insulating layer in constructions of three-layer walls, partially or fully made of small-pieces wallings. First (inner) layer in ventilated systems of warmth keeping when ar-ranging two-layer insulation. Thermal and sound insulating layer in constructions of partitions, floors on boarding joists, ceilings, above-cellar partitions with the lattice frame.

  • Heat insulating layer in constructions of three-layer walls, partially or fully made of small lpieces wallings, including insulation with windbreak for low-rise buildings, cottages type buildings, individual houses; in ventilated facade insulation systems of low-rise buildings, cottage type buildings, individual houses with single layer insulation with the mandatory windscreen; in the three-layer concrete and reinforced concrete wall panels. The first (inner) layer in the wall panels with piecemeal assembly. The thermal insulation core in the joints between the concrete and reinforced concrete wall panels. Insulation of industrial equipment, ductwork, piping, refrigeration units, tanks, ventilation chambers and channels. As filter elements of gas cleaning systems.

FOR VENTILATED FACADES
  • VENT 50
  • VENT 25
  • 1
  • 2
  • Insulation layer in hinged facade systems with air gap at a single-layer insulation performance.

    The second (outer) layer of hinged facade systems with air gap at two-layer implementation of isolation.

    Insulation layer: in the construction of three-layer walls with a ventilated air gap; in the wall panels with piecemeal assembly.

  • Insulation layer in hinged facade systems with air gap at a single-layer insulation performance.

    The second (outer) layer of hinged facade systems with air gap for two-layer insulation performance.

    The second (outer) layer in the wall panels with piecemeal assembly. Insulation layer in the construction of three-layer walls with a ventilated air gap.

FACADE SLABS WITH ARRANGING PLASTERING SYSTEM
  • FACADE T
  • FACADE
  • FACADE 12
  • FACADE 15
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Insulation layer: in the three-layer concrete and reinforced concrete wall panels; when applying heavy plaster insulation systems, including unheated basements structures, car parks, garages, etc.; in hinged facade systems with air gap at a single-layer insulation performance. The second (outer) layer of hinged façade systems with air gap at two-layer implementation of isolation.

  • Insulation layer when arranging facade insulation systems of low-rise buildings, cottage type buildings, individual buildings.

  • Insulation layer when arranging light plaster systems of facade insulation; fire belt in light plaster systems of facade insulation using combustible insulation.

  • Insulation layer when arranging light plaster systems of facade insulation; insulation slope (door, window) in plaster systems of facade insulation.

FOR COMBINED ROOFS
  • ROOF 30
  • ROOF 35
  • ROOF 60
  • ROOF 70
  • ROOF B60
  • ROOF 80
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  • 2
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  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • The lower layer of two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs.

  • The lower layer of two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs.

  • Single-layer insulation of combined roofs.

  • Single-layer insulation of combined roofs with the high loads on the roof.

  • The upper layer of the two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs.

  • Single-layer insulation layer and the upper two-layer thermal insulation of combined roofs with the high loads on the roof.

FOR SANDWICH-PANELS
  • SANDWICH
  • SANDWICH S
  • SANDWICH K
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  • 2
  • 3
  • Insulating layer in three-layer metal wall slabs.

  • Insulating layer in three-layer metal wall slabs.

  • The thermal insulation layer in three-layer metal covering slabs (roofing).

FOR THE FLOORS WITH INCREASED BASIC LOADS
  • FLOOR 125
  • FLOOR 190
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  • 2
  • Thermal and sound insulation layer in the construction of residential floors, including: "floating" floors, underfloor heating; attic floors made of reinforced concrete slabs.

  • Thermal and sound insulation layer in the construction of floors of public and industrial buildings, including "floating" floors, underfloor heating; attic floors made of reinforced concrete slabs.

Stages of production

  • Stage 1
  • Stage 2
  • Stage 3
  • Stage 4
  • Stage 5
  • Getting of silicate melt
  • Processing melt into a fiber
  • Preparation of the binder solution
  • Products manufacturing
  • Package
  • BELTEP manufacturing process starts with the delivery of the basic materials in a cupola furnace, where under certain conditions melting process occurs and one can get silicate melt.

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  • Formed layer of wool is delivered by the conveyor into pendulum separator, which puts a thin layer of wool in the multilayer carpet of the required thickness. Then the carpet enters the stacking conveyor, passes through the weighing conveyor, the prepress, which serves for compacting and creating a structure of a spatial orientation of the fibers, forming the required thickness and density of the carpet. Then the carpet enters the heat treatment chamber, where under the influence of hot air the binder is solidified and after compactingt the structure with the spatial orientation of the fibers is created.

    From heat treatment chamber the mineral wool carpet enters the cooling table and then into the setting of slitting, a measuring device and into the setting of cross cutting, where the final formation of slabs occurs.

  • Mineral wool slabs BELTEP are packaged into technology packets, easy to transport. If necessary, the packets are stacked on pallets and additionally hooped with stretch-hood film that allows to upload products without the use of manual labor and store outdoors.

  • Getting of silicate melt
    Stage 1
  • Processing melt into a fiber
    Stage 2
  • Preparation of the binder solution
    Stage 3
  • Products manufacturing
    Stage 4
  • Package
    Stage 5

Physical and mechanical properties of BELTEP slabs

Slab mark Density, kg/m³ Thickness, d, mm Thermal conductivity at a temperature 10°С, λ10, W / (m · К), not more than Thermal conductivity at a temperature 25°С, λ25, W / (m · К), not more than Compressive resistance under 10% linear deformation, σ10 kPa, kPa, not less than Ultimate plane strength of the slab, σt kPa, not less than Level of concentrated load Ultimate pull strength of layers, σmt kPa, not less than Vapor permeability, μ, mg/(m·h·Pa)
UNIVERSAL
LIGHT EXTRA 35 50-200 0.035 0.0375 0.5 0.8 0.598
LIGHT 50 40-200 0.035 0.0360 0.5 1.1 0.592
UNIVERSAL 60 30-200 0.035 0.0358 0.5 1.4 0.576
FOR VENTILATED FACADES
VENT 50 75 50-200 0.033 0.0364 10.0 5.0 0.567
VENT 25 90 40-180 0.035 0.0375 15.0 7.5 0.549
FACADE SLABS WITH ARRANGING PLASTERING SYSTEM
FACADE T 80 50-200 0.034 0.0365 10.0 5.0 0.560
FACADE 110 50-180 0.035 0.0377 25.0 10.0 0.523
FACADE 12 135 40-160 0.037 0.0392 40.0 15.0 0.482
FACADE 15 150 30-160 0.037 0.0395 50.0 15.0 0.472
FOR COMBINED ROOFS
ROOF 30 105 50-180 0.035 0.0371 30.0 350 7.5 0.530
ROOF 35 115 60-180 0.036 0.0369 40.0 850 7.5 0.527
ROOF 60 160 40-150 0.037 0.0390 60.0 850 15.0 0.456
ROOF 70 170 40-150 0.038 0.0391 70.0 850 15.0 0.440
ROOF B60 185 30-60 0.040 0.0407 60.0 1100 15.0 0.407
ROOF 80 200 30-140 0.042 0.0418 80.0 850 15.0 0.360
FOR SANDWICH-PANELS
SANDWICH 105 100-160 0.042 0.0406 60.0 70.0 0.530
SANDWICH S 115 100-160 0.042 0.0425 80.0 100.0 0.524
SANDWICH K 125 100-160 0.042 0.0426 100.0 100.0 0.504
FOR THE FLOORS WITH INCREASED BASIC LOADS
FLOOR 125 125 50-180 0.036 0.0390 25.0 350 7.5 0.504
FLOOR 190 190 30-150 0.040 0.0419 70.0 650 15.0 0.392
Dimensions of slabs
    • The length of the slab, mm: 1200; 1000.
    • The width of the slab, mm: 600; 1000.
    • The width of slabs by mark "Sandwich", "Sandwich S" and "Sandwich K" mm: 630, 660, 1000.
    • Manufacturing of slabs of other sizes on consumer's demand.
    • The thickness of the slabs in these ranges has a pitch of 10 mm.
The values for all marks of slabs
Humidity, %, not more 0,5
Water absorption (short), kg / m2, not more 1,0
Combustibility, class A1

About us

Mineral wool production has been in the enterprise since 1965. In 2005 JSC “Gomelstroymaterialy” introduces to the international building market the unique wall and roof insulation material – insulation slabs made of mineral wool under the trademark BELTEP.

Slabs are produced on a modern production line of Czech machinery company. “Frydlantske Strojirny — Rasl a syn s.a.” using the technology of dry forming from mineral wool and synthetic binding agent with waterproofing modifying agent.

In order to ensure the growing needs of the domestic market and increasing exports of these products in 2008, JSC “Gomelstroymaterialy” put into operation a second production line with the installation of similar equipment.

The project allowed to switch to the production of thermal insulation materials with higher physical and mechanical, thermal and operational indices, which greatly enhanced the competitiveness of these products on both the domestic and foreign markets, has expanded its product range, it allowed to produce mineral wool slabs with a thickness of 30 to 200 mm and a density of 30 to 200 kilograms per cubic meter depending on the grade.

Quality

ISO EUCEB CE

JSC "Gomelstroymaterialy" is the few holder of the international certificate for biological solubility EUCEB.

Materials produced by EUCEB members meet the standards of the European Union Health and Environmental Safety (Item Q of the European Directive 97/69 / EC).

In order to ensure that the fiber complies with the environmental criteria all tests and supervision procedures are regularly carried out by independent expert organizations. Therefore EUCEB certificate is a guarantee of quality of the product and the trademark of the organization - the testimony of its international recognition.

Certificates and catalog

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Production of mineral wool slabs

Mineral wool production has been in the enterprise since 1965. In 2005 JSC “Gomelstroymaterialy” introduces to the international building market the unique wall and roof insulation material – insulation slabs made of mineral wool under the trademark BELTEP.

Slabs are produced on a modern production line of Czech machinery company «Frydlantske Strojirny — Rasl a syn s.a.» using the technology of dry forming from mineral wool and synthetic binding agent with waterproofing modifyingagent.

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