Insulated Composite Panels
Isoclad’s multi-purpose insulated composite panels are suitable for any environment including freezer, chill stores and areas of high humidity.
Thermocore insulated composite panels have a Polyisocyanurate core. Manufactured from MDI Polyols and blowing agent (ODP Zero + GWP less than 5) to produce highly crosslinked polymers. This closed cell foam has an excellent thermal performance, good shear and tensile strength and is very lightweight.
These multi-purpose insulated panels are manufactured to an ISO 9001 Quality Assurance System.
Lightweight fire rated non-combustible panels designed for internal linings and partitions for general industrial applications and low-temperature environments.
Thermocore panels have a density of 40kg fully cured sanded and de-dusted, extremely square and flat full boards of specified thickness.
Thermocore panels can be installed using both the Intaloc and Secret Fix joint details.
Flat: Laminated panel produces a much flatter surface than other manufacturing methods, but ‘optical’ flatness is not assured; some shadowing may be evident in certain lighting situations.
V-Rib: Pitch 200mm – 5 per panel
Castellation: Pitch 100mm
Micro-rib: Pitch 30mm – 1 side only
Walls can be washed down with fresh water from a hose or bucket. A solution of freshwater and Tepol or non-aggressive detergent, which contains dilute ammonia, may be used to remove heavy deposits from walls, followed by a fresh water rinse.
Water temperature should not exceed 60°C with a maximum pressure of 1000lbs per square inch.
Stubborn oil or grease stains can be easily removed with white spirit on a soft cloth, followed by an immediate fresh water rinse.
Solvents, cleaners containing abrasives and cleaners in strong concentrations should not be used. Over-cleaning or scrubbing can do more harm than good.
To allow regular washing panels, it is important that both the design and maintenance of the panel system should prevent moisture collecting in crevices and joints. This is particularly important at the bottom of wall panels, where pollutants from cleaning solutions or from floor soil can cause corrosion problems. This can be achieved by a design which ensures that the edges are folded back and by sealing the edges with a natural curing silicone sealant.
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