AS Sandwich Panels

What is a Sandwich Panel?

A sandwich panel is made of two thin but strong and rigid skins separated by a core. The two faces of a panel can be fabricated using laminated composites or sheets of metal.The core of a sandwich panel uses a light material, to form a rigid structural panel. By changing the core, the skin material and thickness, these panels can be used in many applications, ranging from a simple panel for road signs to a heavy-duty deck for bridge or ship construction. For a structural application, a sandwich panel construction will provide high rigidity at low weight since the resulting rigidity is proportional to the distance separating the two skins.

sand1 sand2

AS Composite Sandwich Panels

  • The faceplates of all AS panels are made of thermoplastic composite material. The core material is made of a polypropylene honeycomb in most cases. AS Panels can be fabricated continuously in unlimited length and up to 2.80m (9.16 ft.) wide using a fully innovative and automated machine. The thickness of the panel can vary from 8mm to 100mm. Materials such as foam, timber, cardboard paper, and others can also be used for the core.

  • Construction AS Panels use expandable polystyrene (EPS) for its core material. This material is more economic than honeycomb. Also, it satisfies all requirements dealing with thermal and acoustic insulation in housing, in addition to rigidity, weight etc. These panels are currently produced in unlimited length, up to 9.16 feet wide and up to 4 inches thick.

AS Panels possess numerous benefits over conventional panels available in the market. Our panels have much higher strength-to-weight ratio, they can be produced at very high rates, they are resistant to mold growth and they have superior thermal and sound insulation.

Contact us for your specific needs!