HLM Eps Sandwich panels
HLM EPS Sandwich panel features
Our EPS Sandwich Panels consist of three layers, including two outer surfaces made of fibre-reinforced plastic and an inner Expanded Polystyrene Foam core.

EPS stands for Expanded Polystyrene, which is a lightweight and versatile plastic foam material. It is made by expanding polystyrene beads with the use of steam, resulting in a foam with closed-cell structure.

These panels offer a combination of insulation, strength, and ease of installation, making them suitable for a wide range of construction applications. The EPS foam core provides excellent thermal insulation properties, helping to reduce heat transfer and improve energy efficiency in buildings. EPS has a high R-value, which indicates its ability to resist heat flow. EPS foam is a lightweight material, making EPS sandwich panels easy to handle and install. This can lead to faster construction times and reduced labor costs. EPS foam has sound-absorbing properties, which can help reduce noise transmission between spaces.

By choosing our EPS Sandwich Panels, you can benefit from high quality products made to fit your requirements and requests following the versatility, insulation properties, and cost-effectiveness of EPS.

EPS sandwich panels are widely used in various sectors due to their versatility, insulation properties, and ease of installation. EPS sandwich panels are well-suited for cold storage facilities, warehouses, and refrigerated transportation. The insulation properties of EPS help maintain low temperatures and prevent heat transfer, making them ideal for preserving perishable goods. Many industrial facilities require insulated walls and partitions to regulate temperature, control noise, and provide a clean and controlled environment. EPS sandwich panels are also extensively used in the construction industry for both residential and commercial buildings. They are used for walls, roofs, and floors, providing insulation and structural support. EPS panels are particularly popular in modular construction and prefabricated building systems.

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M2 Panels Produced