new fireproof rock wool sandwich wall panel is made of two layers of high
quality color coated steel plate or other precisely pressed metal plate. After
roll forming, the sliced rock wool is turned 90 degrees (its fibers are
perpendicular to the upper and lower two layers of steel plate). Through high
strength, high cohesive force and high fire-proof binder, the high quality rock
wool is strongly bonded to the metal face plate to form beautiful, flat and
rigid building plate. The formed sheet has excellent fire protection, heat
preservation, environmental protection and other characteristics, which
provides an excellent choice for industrial building envelope system. At the
same time, fire-proof polyurethane side sealing technology is used to improve
the air tightness and water tightness of the lap (socket) and effectively
prevent the occurrence of cold bridge phenomenon. It also overcomes the
stripping phenomenon between the overlap and the core during the process of
handling and installation of the sheet metal.
of new fireproof rock wool sandwich wall panel:
PU edge-sealed fireproof rock wool sandwich wall panel
has a variety of
appearance effects (wavelet, flat, relief, reinforcement) for users to choose,
is the latest exterior wallboard for construction.
The core wall panels of PU sealing fire-proof rock wool are connected by hidden
nails, and there are no exposed screws on the surface, so that the building has
a beautiful appearance.
PU side-sealed fireproof rock wool sandwich insulation wall panel has higher
flexural capacity, which makes the wall mask have better mechanical properties
and thermal insulation performance, and reduces the need for auxiliary steel
structure. PU edge-sealing fireproof rock wool sandwich wall system consists of
upper profiled steel sheet, high-quality rock wool material, lower profiled
steel sheet and polyurethane on both sides.
mode: Fireproof rock wool wall panel is connected with purlin by tapping screw,
and plug-in connection
of application: Special non-load-bearing roof enclosure for steel structures
such as industrial buildings, civil buildings and public buildings.