The blog was created on the initiative of the Technical Department and aims to help our clients solve their doubts related to the subject of sandwich panels. This type of knowledge base is a collection of materials related to thermal insulation, acoustic design, thermal modernization and fire protection. Our mission and the reason why we come to work every day is one: we want the customer to receive a product that meets his requirements. Check before you choose building materials!
Photovoltaics is important both for the economy and the natural environment, and at the same time is a sustainable solution to the growing demand for electricity. The optimal locations for photovoltaic installations are the roofs of industrial, warehouse and sports facilities. The vast majority of roofs of this type of newly built buildings are covered with sandwich panels with a PIR core.
Two elements shape the awareness of designers and investors today and determine the development of building techniques - energy efficiency and ecology. All these features are met by our sandwich panels, so it is safe to say that this is the material of the future!
Proper hydro-modernization and thermo-modernization is an important task for the investor, if it is to ensure energy efficiency and protect the building against external weather conditions. Insulations made of sandwich panels, often used in thermal insulation systems, are divided into wall insulations used both outside and inside the facility, as well as roof insulations.
At a time when heating bills are reaching horrendous prices, modern facilities are built to be maximally energy efficient. Until recently, energy efficiency was achieved by using materials such as polystyrene or mineral wool. Currently, however, more and more people are leaning to more modern and future-oriented solutions, such as termPIR® insulation boards.
When it comes to modern roof insulation, you often hear about PIR and PUR panels. PUR is a polyurethane that was used to make sandwich panels until recently. PIR is a polyisocyanurate that is slowly replacing it. Although the two materials are similar in many respects, they differ in one important feature. What is worth knowing about both materials?