The main purpose of insulating a building is to reduce the heat transfer coming through the ceilings and openings.

Sandwich panels are a modular building material designed to cover buildings and structures. These panels consist of two layers that form the outer structure and ensure form, weather resistance and rigidity. They contain a core that provides thermal and acoustic insulation properties.

One of the most important features of polyurethane sandwich panels is their excellent insulation. The core of the plates gives it low thermal conductivity, that is, better insulation. For this reason, it is often used in the renovation of buildings, both on roofs and facades, and in the construction of industrial buildings.

How big is a sandwich panel?

The width of the insulation board is usually 1,000 mm and, in some models, it is 1,150 mm wide. The length of the sandwich panel can be adjusted according to the needs of each project, the most common dimensions being between 3 and 6 metres, but, in some cases, a maximum length of up to 16 metres can be reached. The thicknesses of these panels can vary enormously depending on the final application, the most common values being between 40 and 150-200 mm thick depending on the application.

What are sandwich panels used for and what types are there?

Sandwich panels for facades

Sandwich panels for roofing

Refrigerated panels