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Behavior of Polyurethane Sandwich Panels in the event of Fire

Fire safety is an essential factor to take into account when constructing buildings of any scale. Therefore, monitoring the behavior of building materials under fire conditions has become a priority. Among these materials, polyurethane sandwich panels have become a popular choice. Understanding the behavior of these panels under fire can help builders, architects and engineers make better safety decisions.

¿Qué son los paneles sándwich?

Sandwich panels consist of two outer layers and an inner core. The layers can be made of various materials, such as steel, aluminum, wood or fiber cement. The inner core of the sandwich panel is usually made of materials with low thermal conductivity and high mechanical strength, such as expanded polystyrene, polyurethane foam, rock wool or expanded polyethylene.

¿Qué es el poliuretano?

Polyurethane is a polymer obtained by combining isocyanate and polyol. It is commonly used in the construction industry due to its light weight, high insulation and mechanical properties. Polyurethane is also highly resistant to temperature variations, making it an ideal material for use in sandwich panels.

In addition, the polyurethane is classified Bs2D0or Bs1D0in compliance with the technical building code,


Polyurethane sandwich panels have gained popularity in the construction industry due to their light weight, high insulation and mechanical properties.

Complies with all technical code regulations for residential use