Polystyrene Sandwich Panel, usually called EPS Sandwich Panel, comprised of pre-painted steel sheets continuously laminated over a fire retardant treated Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) core. The EPS core, whilst having a fire retardant additive is not fire rated.
EPS Sandwich Panel can be used in horizontal or vertical applications and with a range of colour, joint and profile options, it can meet the functional and aesthetic requirements demanded by a variety of facilities such as Sports Centres, Commercial premises, Offices, Warehouse and Factories.
EPS Sandwich Panel's range of colours, joints and profiles deliver a first class finish inside and out. The panels can be joined with a standard slip joint or a tongue and groove type joint. It allows for easy and rapid installation whilst providing greater strength in walls and a clean, smooth aesthetic look.
Color Steel Foam sandwich panel
|Type||color steel foam sandwich panel (overlap joint)|
All the screw and accessories are available
|Width||950mm 970mm 1150mm|
|Length||Less than 11.8m|
|Thickness of the zinc||60g-80g/m2|
|Thickness of coating||20 micron|
|Color||According to the RAL|
|Insulation||Optional foam Material||EPS PU Rockwool Paper honeycomb|
|Density||EPS 12~25KG/M3; PU 36-45KG/M3; ROCKWOOL>110KG/M3;|
|Thermal conductivity||0.045w/m2k 0.021W/M2K 0.0034W/M2K0|
|Thickness of zinc||60g-80g/m2|
|Thickness of coating||7micron|
|Delivery time||Within 15-20days after your prepaid|
|application||Purification workshop condole top , Industrial workshop and warehouse|
Sandwich panel is a structure made of three layers: low density core inserted in between two relatively thin skin layers. This sandwich setup allows to achieve excellent mechanical performance at minimal weight. The very high rigidity of a sandwich panel is achieved thanks to interaction of its components under flexural load applied to the panel: core takes the shear loads and creates a distance between the skins which take the in-plane stresses, one skin in tension, the other in compression. General information on sandwich panel structure, different sandwich core types available and the potential with respect to weight savings is available in the following reference.
Sandwich panels are used in those applications where high structural rigidity and low weight is required. An evident example of use of sandwich panels is aircraft where mechanical performance and weight saving is essential. Other applications include packaging (e.g. fluted polypropylene boards of polypropylene honeycomb boards), transportation and automotiveas well as building & construction.