External & Internal Walls
Panels are manufactured by injecting a two part polyurethane substrate between two cladding layers in a heated moulding system. Claddings are typically frost white 0.5mm ISQ230 (Z100) pre-painted hot-dip galvanised steel Chromadek, 3.6mm oak or plain ply, fibre cement or a combination thereof.
Where framing is utilised, all timber is treated in accordance with SANS 1288 using Tanalath CCA oxide (3302) having a composition as follows: Copper (CU) 33.85%, chrome (CR) 41.45% and arsenic (As) 24.70%. The timber is treated using a vacuum pressure system of impregnation to a minimum dry salt retention of 6kg/mᶟ.
Thermal properties are 25-30% superior than polystyrene and at least 70% better than any typical mineral wool material. Long term thermal resistance is achieved between -30°C and 90°C, temperatures of up to 250°C can be withstood for a short period without damage.
Closed cell foam is packed at density 38-40kg/m3 and has fire retardant properties compliant with SANS 10177-2. Due to the closed cell nature of the polyurethane moisture is not absorbed and is resistant to insects and rodents.
Wall system is tongue and groove in concept providing a weather tight seal between panels with a lateral coverage of 1179mm per panel.
Standard panel thickness is 42mm, 50mm, 75mm or 100mm and is available in lengths of up to 12m can have a rigidised or smooth finish.
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