The sandwich panels from Pas Panelen are used in, among others, bodywork construction, the recreation industry, the chemical industry and the (modular) construction sector. Because we produce our panels ourselves, the possibilities are endless. In the overview below you will find the most common core materials with the associated properties.
Of course it is possible to include wood, metal or plastic inserts in the construction of your sandwich panels. Consider, for example, a PVC pipe for concealing electricity, a drain pipe for sanitary facilities or a screw element made of a harder foam type if you want to mount a heavy object to the panel. Are you unsure about which panels are most suitable for your project? Please do not hesitate to contact us for tailor-made advice.
This environmentally friendly lightweight core material has good insulating properties. It is produced from recycled material and is also recyclable itself.
Eco Medium has a higher density than Eco Soft and is therefore particularly suitable in places where fall and impact damage can occur.
This environmentally friendly core material is a good alternative to Plywood. Like the rest of the Eco line, Eco Hard is made from recycled material and is fully recyclable.
Due to its high density, Eco Hard is also suitable for screwing in. However, the material is a lot lighter than Plywood. With a view to fuel reduction, Eco Hard is therefore particularly suitable as a sustainable option for bodybuilders.
This core has a high insulating capacity and also offers mounting options over the entire surface. The high insulating capacity is accompanied by a high degree of rigidity.
Furthermore, the plywood layer has a high compressive strength, which minimizes the risk of denting.
Due to its special structure, honeycomb has a high impact strength and yet a low weight.
The insulating value of honeycomb is less than that of most other core materials.
This wood core material is widely used in car body construction. Plywood has a very high impact resistance, but is also very heavy. The properties of Eco Hard approach those of Plywood.
However, Eco Hard is much lighter. This translates into less fuel consumption. That is better for the environment and for your customer’s wallet.
A lightweight core material with a stable insulation value, high degree of stiffness and high tensile strength. Insensitive to moisture due to the closed cell structure.
Looking for a versatile panel with a good price/quality ratio? Then choose XPS or XPS+.
A lightweight core material with a good insulation value.
Disadvantages of PU compared to XPS(+) are the decreasing insulation value and the limited constructive properties.
In addition to our standard panels, we like to think along with you in developing custom products.
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