Composite panels

 

 

The fabrication of composite panels involves sandwiching PIR (Polyisocynurate) foam between two profiled pre-finished steel sheets.

 

Coils weighing around 7 tonnes are loaded onto the line and the liner (or inside) sheet is fed into the roll forming machines and profiled to a given specification.

 

The ‘weather’ (or outside) sheets are manufactured “off-line” and are manually fed into the line by taping them together.

 

This not only gives continuity of flow but also creates the overlap required during construction.

 

Composite panels are available in a range of thicknesses and usually carry a 4 week lead time on production