This section of the website contains technical information, links and videos about MagRoc products. If there are any specific questions you would like to ask, feel free to get in touch.
MagRoc (NZ) Ltd has employed New Zealand independent building assessment laboratory, BEAL for the certification of the system for New Zealand use. BEAL have verified compliance with each of the relevant clauses of the New Zealand Building Code and has issued an CodeMark Certificate for the complete system. Certification covers:
– Clause B1 STRUCTURE
Performance B1.3.1, 1.3.2, and B1.3.3 (a), (b), (c ), (f), (g), (h), (i), (m) and (q), and B1.3.4.
– Clause B2 DURABILTY
Performance B2.3.1 (a) and (b).
– Clause E2 EXTERNAL MOISTURE
– Clause F2 HAZARDOUS BUILDING MATERIALS
– Clause H1 ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Compliance with other clauses of the NZBC can be achieved but fall under specific design, and outside the CodeMark Certificate, do get in touch if there is something specific you need to meet.
Download the current MagRoc Technical Manual: Click Here
MagRoc Design Guide, Technical Drawings & Structural Capabilities
For MagRoc design guide and technical drawings for builders and architects to view and understand how MagRoc SIP’s are assembled and installed.
Further information on EPS (Expanded Polystyrene)
EPS sometimes gets a bad wrap in the building industry, but we don’t believe this is justified. Attached are some great resources to enlighten you the great benefits the EPS holds.
Below is a video of our associates in Canada (MagWall Pacific Inc) demonstrating the fire resistant properties of MagRoc vs standard timber framing, the results really are amazing.
Vertical electrical chase’s, at 400mm crs, are preformed in the EPS panel at the time of manufacture. They can also be custom cut if required. On site chase’s can be drilled or heat formed. The wiring is easily installed using standard tools. MagRoc board is easily cut for installation of switch boxes and light fittings, which are simply adhesive foamed into place.
Here is visual look at the vertical electrical chases on some panels stacked.