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Sandwich Panel

Introduction:

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.

A sandwich-structured composite is a special class of composite materials that is fabricated by attaching two thin but stiff skins to a lightweight but thick core. The core material is normally low strength material, but its higher thickness provides the sandwich composite with high bending stiffness with overall low density. Open and closed cell structured foams like polyurethane are used as core materials.

Sandwich-panels are highly sophisticated building products, produced with profiled Pre - Painted Zinc Coated / Galvalume Coated Steel and combined with Polyurethane as the insulation material. They are modern building products, and will take a good share in a highly economic, weather-independent and fast, modular building process. Beside the extremely high thermal-insulation values of the polyurethane-core, the panels create a high overall stiffness with their "composite" function and therefore support very good statical values.

Foam cores:
Homogeneous core materials, e.g. polyurethane (PU) foams, are widely used in low cost applications (e.g. in building and automotive industry). The out-of-plane compression and shear performance is for equal density however lower compared to honeycomb cores. Recently, polypropylene foams (EPP) have become a better recyclable alternative to PU foams. However, they are more expensive and have even lower mechanical properties than PU foams.

Application:

  • Cold Storage
  • Office building
  • Residential roofs

Thickness:

Total thickness of panel for roof and wall can be provided from 30 mm to 80 mm with top sheets of thickness 0.30 mm to 0.50 mm and base sheets from 0.30 mm to 0.50 mm. As per requirements.

Advantages:

  • It can bear wind velocity up to 300 km per hour.
  • It can withstand heavy rainfall.
  • It is suitable from temperature from – 50 degree celsius to 120 degree celsius.
  • It has thermal conductivity of 0.018 k cal which prevents cross heat flow between room & outside ambience.
  • These shelter can be installed very fast and can be moved from one place to another.
  • It is light weight, compact and have high structure strength making it possible to create suitable size.

Applications:

  • Cold Storage Industry.
  • Food Processing Industries.
  • Telecom Shelters.
  • Milk & Dairy Industries.
  • Floriculture Industries.
  • Pharmaceutical Storage.

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