Polyurethane form panels, commonly known as PUF panels consist of two layers metal sheets with a polyurethane foam sandwiched between them. These panels find application in both roof as well as wall cladding. The sandwiched layer has insulation properties, which help maintain optimum temperature. There are joists and studs that are used for joining one panel with another. In roof panels, there are specially created tongue and groove joints, which ensures proper fitting. This also makes assembling the panels easy. Roof panels are built to load bearing capacities for every structure. Each panel has a different profile with varying depths for load bearing. At EPACK, panels are manufactured in-house with modern machinery. The machines are automated and require minimum human involvement, thereby minimising chances of error. Our manufacturing team is technically sound and are trained for the best product output. Epack’s sandwich insulated panels are also reputed for thermal insulation and acoustics.
PUF Panels, also known as Polyurethane Foam Panels, are composed of a layer of the aforementioned foam material that is positioned in between two sheets of GI metal. EPACK has its very own manufacturing plant for PUF sandwich panels within its facilities. Walls and roofs can both benefit from the application of these panels.
The insulation provided by the foaming material prevents heat and cold transfer effectively, hence preventing temperature fluctuations within. Our professionals go through extensive training so that they can produce these structures in accordance with the high requirements established by our organisation. The raw materials are sourced from reliable merchants in the industry. The use of joists and studs allows for the incorporation of these insulated sandwich panels.
Sandwich panels of the same kind as EPS thermocol are extremely common and frequently utilised. These are made with a high degree of accuracy using high-quality components, machinery, and automated production methods. Sandwich panels made of EPS and thermocol are among the most popular and widely utilised of their kind. These are made with a high degree of accuracy using high-quality components, machinery, and automated production methods. This EPS panel offers design versatility and is available in a wide variety of panel configurations as well as colour options. These panels come from well-established vendors in the market who manufacture them in accordance with the standards established for their business.
Rockwool panels have a strong reputation in the market due to their exceptional resistance to fire. They are constructed out of stone wool, which serves as the primary component of the insulating panel. This layer can be found between the two sheets of metal that make up the exterior. Stone wool is used as an insulation material, and it is crushed into stiff boards with a dual density. The insulating board is crushed more evenly throughout its interior than it is along its surface, which faces the outside. As a result, the exterior surface is more robust, and the insulating system benefits from increased compressive strength.
In this configuration, the high-density glasswool that serves as the core insulating layer is encased in two layers of metal sheeting.
The fact that glasswool can withstand flames longer than other insulating panels is what sets it apart from the competition. Fiberglass, which cannot catch fire and so stops the spread of fire, is the material that is used.
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