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Insulation Panels, One Product, Many Advantages

Why apply sandwich panels to your building?

From industrial to residential construction, from roofs to walls, sandwich panels are the solution for energy-efficient buildings. They offer exceptional performance at a low price, with endless customization possibilities.

Sandwich panels and drywall construction
Sandwich panels are becoming more and more important, as they are an ideal element for finishing structures erected using the dry construction technique.

The possibility to precisely design all the elements necessary for the construction of the structure and cladding, the respect of deadlines, construction budgets and energy efficiency, the shorter construction time and the architectural freedom are elements that make dry construction structures very attractive.

With this construction technique, sandwich panels are the right element to complete the building envelope and interior partitions. Buildings benefit from its lightness, strength, safety and versatility, and interior spaces gain in thermal and acoustic insulation efficiency.

Sandwich panels for customized insulation
Sandwich panels are manufactured with two load-bearing faces, usually metallic, and an internal layer of insulating material, which constitutes their core. They may vary depending on the materials – metal sheets or layers – and the insulation used.

The main component of the panels can be expanded polystyrene, polyurethane foam, fiberglass, rock wool, as well as wood, paper, cork, etc. They are construction elements capable of optimizing the performance of heating and cooling systems, thanks to their insulating efficiency.

They can be used for roofing, perimeter and interior walls, as well as for special uses. Sandwich panels used for the vertical enclosure of buildings are treated as structural elements, with appropriate design and evaluation of the necessary requirements.

The many reasons to use sandwich panels
Effective insulation makes a building very comfortable for the users of its interior spaces and contributes to increasing its real estate value. It also reduces the environmental impact of the construction activity.

In addition to good insulation, sandwich panels have other characteristics that make them an advantageous solution:

-mechanical resistance to stress
-reaction and resistance to fire
-lightness and ease of installation
-resistance to wear and weathering
-Possibility of mounting on existing roofs
-versatility of solutions: panels for curved, sloped and flat roofs
-Variety of finishes to adapt to different architectural styles.

Thermal insulation of sandwich panels
Sandwich panels form a continuous insulating surface, minimizing the risk of thermal bridges. Thanks to their high insulating performance, they are widely used in sustainable construction and in buildings designed to save energy.

Depending on the thickness and core material used, the thermal conductivity and insulation values of the panels can vary significantly. This offers the opportunity to size them correctly, depending on the specific requirements.

Soundproofing of sandwich panels
The insulating mass inside the sandwich panels also contributes to acoustic comfort. In fact, there are materials with excellent soundproofing performance. Placed as roofing, rather than as sidewalls, they reduce noise inside residential and work spaces, with notable benefits for quality of life.

Roofs and walls with sandwich panels
Born to meet the need for large insulating roofs, usually in industrial and commercial buildings, sandwich panels have also been successfully applied in residential buildings.

This use, which more than any other makes buildings more energy efficient, aims to insulate the roof, the largest surface area that is most exposed to sunlight in summer and heat loss in winter. If insulating panels are also used to complete the insulation of vertical walls, floors and interior partitions, we have a building capable of optimizing resources and reducing heat loss, with a sustainable and rewarding choice.