Platon DE40/500

Platon DE40/500

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Platon DE40/500 is capable of storing large volumes of water and discharging it over a period of time. Offers a water storage volume of 10 L/ m² and a stud height of 40 mm.

The linked chambers ensure an optimum distribution of water and nutrients. On extensive green roofs, it allows the use of plants with a low level of resistance to dry periods and extends the intervals between necessary watering.

On the underside of the mat, studs form a drainage layer that provides high drainage. Excess water may be safely drained without any problems.

Offers a drainage capacity of 3.85 L/ m per second at 2% slope. Very high pressure resistance and stability means the load is distributed evenly over the whole surface, allowing roof structures with a higher applied loadings.

Benefits:

  • High performance water storage and drainage element.
  • Performs as a permanent form in construction with foot or light traffic.
  • High pressure resistance: 500 kN/m² (filled)
  • Suitable for intensive and extensive green roofs.
  • May be integrated into different systems.
Platform Compatible Version Certified to
AECOsim AECOsim - 1.0 -
ARCHICAD ARCHICAD - 1.0 -
IFC IFC 2X3 5 1.3
Revit Revit 2015 + 5 1.3
Vectorworks Vectorworks - 1.0 -

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Properties and values

COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
Certification
n/a
FlowRate
3.85 L/s/m at at 2% slope
IntegralPlasterKey
n/a
MaxCompressiveStrength
n/a
MaxPressureResistanceFilled
615 kN/m²
MaxPressureResistanceUnfilled
130 kN/m²
RecycledContent
n/a
SheetThickness
2 mm
SofteningTemperature
+ 125 °C
StandardHeight
40 mm
StandardLength
1290 mm
StandardWidth
2230 mm
StudHeight
40 mm
TensileStrength
n/a
UVResistance
n/a
WaterStorageCapacity
10 L/m²
Weight
1900 g/m²
Pset_CoveringCommon

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24/05/2017

Uniclass2015 update

06/03/2017