Why should we use Sandwich Panels?

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فولادغرب

From the past to the present, with the increase in population, the community's need for housing has been growing and the use of light construction materials has received more attention due to high security, low cost, long useful life and shorter execution time.

One of the ways to lighten the building is to use sandwich panels.

The sandwich panel actually consists of two main parts:

The middle nucleus is weak and usually bulky. It is made of EPS polystyrene foam or PU polyurethane

Sheets on either side of the core that are strong and normally thin. They are usually made of furnace-colored galvanized steel, waterproof reinforced paper (FooladGharb’s patent).

This seemingly simple structure, so named because of its resemblance to a sandwich, has tremendous advantages.

A sandwich panel has a much higher strength than any of its components and also the extraordinary lightness, low cost and ease of installation make the sandwich panel a great choice for constructions.

The use of sandwich panels, in addition to the financial advantage, also contributes to the preservation and health of the environment in several ways.

This seemingly simple structure, so named because of its resemblance to a sandwich, has tremendous advantages.

A sandwich panel has a much higher strength than any of its components and also the extraordinary lightness, low cost and ease of installation make the sandwich panel a great choice for constructions.

The use of sandwich panels, in addition to the financial advantage, also contributes to the preservation and health of the environment in several ways.

For examples:

  1. The foam inside the sandwich panels is resistant to solvents, lubricants, mineral oils, dilute acids and bases, and unsuitable factory smoke, as well as fungi and microbes. It is also odorless and harmless to human and animal health.
  2. Transportation of construction materials causes fuel waste and environmental pollution. The light weight of the sandwich panel reduces the movement of transport vehicles and helps to protect the environment.
  3. The long life of the western steel sandwich panel allows it to be rebuilt, demolished, replaced and repaired in a longer time, resulting in less waste generation.
  4. The scattering of chemical dyes in the air and waste causes irreparable damage to nature. The furnace and solid color of the western steel sandwich panel minimizes this problem.

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