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Insulated Fiberglass XPS Foam Sandwich Panel for Hatchery and Incubation
XPS foam cored FRP composite panels are made of prefabricated fiberglass reinforced plastic sheets as inner and outer surfaces, XPS foam as core and high-strength adhesive bonding together under high vacuum pressure. The gelcoat on surfaces are FDA approved, friendly to food.
FRP Skin+XPS foam+FRP Skin
|Thickness:||20mm-100mm,according to your application|
|Width:||up to 3000mm,standard size 1.22m|
|Length:||2440mm standard, can be customer specific|
|Colors:||RAL-, scale or customer-specific shades|
|Finish choice||Versatile, meeting different require. Gel coat available|
1. Light-weight &high-intensity
2.fire resistant & insulation
3. Anti-impact & scratch
4. Corrosion resistant
5. easy to clean & install
6. Anti-mildew, mould, moisture, resistant
7. Resilient to weathering and hail
8. Excellent thermal characteristics
Compartments and external walls of building and truck body.
Truck flooring panel
Hatchery,Incubation and temperature controlled house
Places that require Insulation and high impact strength
• Can I order panels to my exact dimensions ?
• I need to fix some track to an insulated panel, what should I do ?
We have two solutions: you supply drawings of your panel showing the type of insert, its dimensions and position. We then manufacture
the panel to these drawings. Alternatively, you indicate the position of your track and we will attach it to the panel for you.
• How are your panels packed ?
Each customer order is split into packs of 4 to 20 panels depending upon the dimensions of the panels ordered. These packs are covered with polythene to protect the panels during transport. Each pack is placed on wooden supports to facilitate unloading either using straps or with a fork-lift.
• What advise can you give on handling panels ?
Our panels are transported flat on platform trailers. We do not advise the use of fork-lifts for unloading long panels due to the risk of bowing which can lead to cracking of the gelcoat. We recommend the use of a suction lift taking care when unloading thin panels.
• How should I stock my panels ?
Ideally, you should stock panels as we do in the factory. Flat on wooden supports which are lined up one under the other to prevent distortion of the panel. The edges of composite panels should be protected from the elements before use and stocking panels outside is not advisable. The use of a tarpaulin to protect panels should only be considered a temporary measure as it can retain humidity and cause condensation to damage panels, especially if colour impregnated.
• What warranty do you provide on your panels ?
Our statutory warranty is for 12 months. We can extend this warranty as an option. Our warranty covers manufacturing faults but does not cover problems relating to an incorrect mounting or errors of handling or stocking.
Above we have answered some recurrent questions. Do not hesitate to call us if you have your own question or use our E-Mail service.
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