Technical data of the materials used for production of wooden prefabricated houses

I. WOOD
1. Natural softwood is used white pine, fir-tree, spruce;
2. Specific weight 470-520 kg/m3
3. Operational humidity 10-12%
4. Modulus of rupture 75-80 Mpa

II. FACING PLATES /inside and outside/:
1. Plaster fiberboard plates KNAUF
A) Thickness M-10 mm
B) Density 1100 kg/m3
C) Heat conduction 10 mm K=0.35 WmC
D) Sound insulation 10 mm 31dB
E) Combustibility incombustible
F) Fire resistance /min/ 30 minutes at 1000°C
G) Modulus of rupture 5 Mpa
2. Plaster pasteboard plates KNAUF CaSO1/2HO
A) Thickness:
- M-9.5 mm for ceilings
- M-12.5 mm for walls
B) Density 1178.4 kg/m3
C) Heat conduction 0.268 xx mc
D) Sound insulation 35 dB
E) Combustibility incombustible
F)
Fire resistance /min/ 30 minutes at 1000°C
G) Modulus of rupture 4.5 Mpa
The data are according to the Austrian norms ONORM B,3410-/01.02.1996/ and Regulation MA-35-B 405/92

III. ORIENTED STRAND BOARDS OSB
1. Thickness:
- 9 mm for walls and ceilings
- 18 mm for floors
2. Density 640 kg/m3

IV. INSULATING MATERIAL
The insulating material is mineral wool RB ISOVEL Austria
1. Thickness 100 mm
2. Class of combustibility A, weekly smoking, incombustible /Q-1/ and not dripping /Tr1/ according to ONORM B-6035
3. Sound at 100% of filling of a wall with thickness of 100 mm the obtained degree of sound insulation is 52 dB and the degree of the decreasing the shocking noise is 35 times
4. Heat insulating at 100% of filling of a wall with thickness of 100 mm the reached coefficient is 1.71 equal to 30 cm of solid wood, 15 cm of cork or 100 cm of bricks

V. BASIC PARAMETERS
1. Stability at pressure of snow cover 220 kg/m2
2. Stability at wind pressure 110 kg/m2
3. Stability at earth quake IX degree according to MSK