va-Q-vip B

va-Q-vip B is a vacuum insulation panel for construction applications. va-Q-vip B is covered in a high barrier film and an additional black glass fibre textile for mechanical shock protection. va-Q-vip B with black glass fabric is standardly flammable (construction materials class DIN 4102-B2).va-Q-vip B is approved for general construction purposes in accordance with approval number Z-23.11-1658 of the "Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (DIBT)". On July 1st 2015 the validity of this approval was extended until June 30th 2020.

va-Q-vip B elements are unique because of their rectangular edges and corners. This is due to the special edge folding technique "va-Q-seam". Individual elements can be joined together almost seamlessly.

Advantages of va-Q-vip B

  • Official approval for building material with assigned thermal conductivity 0.007 W/mK
  • Significantly reduced heat flows and thickness
  • Saves space, providing larger usable area
  • Extra protective layer for reliable installation

Properties of va-Q-vip B


Details: smooth edges with the patented va-Q-seam technology
rated thermal conductivity value (including aging and edge losses) at 0,007 W/mK (for d = 20 mm )
larger usable room area through slim insulation
approved for general construction purposes of the DIBT with Z-23.11-1658 and ETA-17/0926
flammability B2 after DIN 4102 and E after EN13501-1
various shapes possible (trapeze, triangle, corner section)
100 % quality control with the patented gas pressure measurement system (va-Q-check)
protective layer through lamination available for a safe installation

Color: black

Density: 180 to 210 for thicknesses > 10 mm, 180 - 250 for thicknesses < 10 mm [kg/m³]

temperature resistance: -70 °C bis 80 °C (limited by the film), briefly until 120 °C °C

Gas pressure rise : < 1,5 mbar/year (at thickness = 20 mm, room temperature) mbar

heat transfer coefficient (U-Wert): 0,22 (at thickness = 20 mm) [W/(m²*K)]

Other features

Dimensions & tolerances:

spec. heat capacity: 800 - 1000 (at room temperature) [J/kg*K]

pressure limitation: approximately 150 kPa at 10 % compression [kPa]

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