SandwichPuf panel

  • With a firm commitment to quality, we manufacture, trade and supply a wide assortment of PUF Panels that is used to construct roofs and walls of industrial buildings. This panel is accurately designed with supreme quality galvalume steel/ galvanized steel/ aluminium under the supervision of experts and leading techniques.
  • The offered panel can be availed in several specifications as per the demand of the customers.
  • The standard thickness is 0.35mm to 0.70mm thick for top skin and 0.35 to 0.50mm for Liner. Bare Galvalume finish, off white, sky white, sky blue, royal blue, Taurus blue, mist green, Caulfield green and brick red are the standard colours.
  • The standard thickness is 0.35mm to 0.70mm thick for top skin and 0.35 to 0.50mm for Liner. Bare Galvalume finish, off white, sky white, sky blue, royal blue, Taurus blue, mist green, Caulfield green and brick red are the standard colours.
  • PU/PIR metal-face sandwich panels can be manufactured with the PU/PIR reaction mix is first laid down on one metal facing. During the expansion process, rigid polyurethane foam passes through a tacky phase, which enables it to form a strong bond with the facings.
  • The insulating effect of PU/PIR foams is much better than that of mineral wool, for example, a layer of PU/PIR ten centimetres thick has a heat transfer coefficient of around 0.25 W/m2K.
  • A rough estimate of what this difference means in terms of energy consumption can be made based on the example of a factory building. Assuming the building has a floor area of 40X20 square meters and 10 meters high, the annual amount of heating oil saved could be roughly 3,000 litres if both the walls and the roof are insulated with PU/PIR metal-faced sandwich panels rather than panels of the same thickness based on mineral wool.
  • Low energy consumption also results in an equivalent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.

Features:

  1. Light weight.
  2. Offers reasonable fastening method.
  3. Easy installation.

Applications:

  1. Choice today for Large industrial buildings.
  2. Refrigerated warehouses.
  3. Office blocks.
  4. Exhibition halls, fair pavilions, schools and sports halls.
  5. Higher load bearing.