FAQ - Frequently asked questions  
     
  1. How do I install SALUX W?  
  2. What’s the delivery time?  
  3. Where can I buy SALUX products?  
  4. How should I store SALUX?  
  5. How ecologically compatible is SALUX – PVC?  
  6. What’s the maximum length of SALUX – corrugated sheets?  
  7. What should I know about the combustibility of SALUX – corrugated sheets?  
     
 
  1. How do I install SALUX W?
 
The number of installation points needed depends on the construction underneath and the profile of the sheets. In general we recommend to use 6 installation – point per square-meter. For individual information, have a look at our general » storage- and processing-tips.
 
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  2. What’s the delivery time?
 
Usually we deliver stored products within 3 to 4 workdays. In case of individually manufactured products we always do special arrangements.
 
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  3. Where can I buy SALUX products?
 
Please ask your local building-material dealer for SALUX – products. An overview of SALUX – dealers is soon coming online. Alternatively you can order on.
 
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  4. How should I store SALUX?
 
In a horizontal stack. SALUX should never be exposed to direct sun; it should be covered with a light sheet that does not let light through. For further information see general » storage- and processing-tips.
 
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  5. How ecologically compatible is SALUX – PVC?
 
PVC consists of 56% chlorine, which is produced from salt. Chlorine would hardly be recyclable if it wasn’t for PVC. SALUX-PVC-sheets on the other hand are fully recyclable even after years of use. Chlorine and hydrochloric acid are not provable in the direct environment of the sheets. For that reason the manufacturer is applying for the certificate/label that declares SALUX environmentally friendly.
 
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  6. What’s the maximum length of SALUX – corrugated sheets?
 
Standard lengths, depending on profile and corrugation, are available up to 6 meters. Special-lengths can be ordered.
 
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  7. What should I know about the combustibility of SALUX – corrugated sheets?
 
SALUX – corrugated sheets are almost inflammable. (fire-class B1 under DIN 4120)
 
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