Composite Cladding & Insulated Roofing – These products are typically manufactured from a rigid urethane insulated core sandwiched between two thin profiled galvanised steel sheets finished in various types and grades of powder coat.
Material Properties & Characteristics
Panels are weather resistant, impervious to rain and can cope with extreme climatic conditions;
Material is dimensionally stable and its properties are not affected due to rapid fluctuations temperature or humidity;
The surface colour is resistant to UV / Sun Light. Colour will not change significantly even under severe weather conditions and/or as a result of air pollution;
- Cladding Panels are not susceptible to mould or rot;
- Dependent manufacturer wall panels can be fixed Vertically & / or Horizontally
- Panels are durable and easy to maintain.
- Panels may not be suitable for high impact low level applications without additional impact protection being provided.
Methods of Fixing
- Dependent on manufacturer cladding panels can be face fixed with colour coded fixings or secret fixed through an overlapping design joint;
- Cladding panels can be fixed back to secondary cladding rails or to the main structural steel frame dependent on the building design detail.
Finish & Colours
- Composite insulated panels come in a wide range of colour finishes with a variety of rib and trapezoidal profile face features available. For more detailed product information please visit the Kingspan website [click here]
Panel Size and thickness
Composite panels can typically be purchased in standard plank widths of 1000mm and in lengths from 1,200mm to 12,000mm. Core thicknesses range from 40mm to 150mm.