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Application

Flooring, closures, internal partitioning or roofing. Suitable for new-build projects and refurbishments, where it will be used as a complete building system or in combination with timber or metal framing.

Description

Structural insulated sandwich panels, composed of plywood and high performance extruded polystyrene (XPS) core.

Benefits:

  • Mechanical properties.
  • High thermal efficiency and air-tightness.
  • Recommended for projects with high energy efficiency or passive buildings.
  • Sustainable and industrialized.
  • Joining mechanism included along the perimeter.
  • FSC®- and PEFC-certified.

Applications:

Flooring, closures, internal partitioning or roofing. Suitable for new-build projects and refurbishments, where it will be used as a complete building system or in combination with timber or metal framing.

General information
Material

Extruded polystyrene

Uniclass 2015
Timber structural insulated panels (SIPs) (Pr_20_93_85_90)Primary
Specification data - Timber structural insulated panels (SIPs)
Product Reference

G-Brick SIP

Size (h x w)

2500 x 1220 mm

3100 x 1220 mm

Thickness

60 mm

Density: 12.9 kg/m²; weight (per 2500 x 1200 panel): 38.7 kg; thermal transmittance: 0.48 W/m²K.

100 mm

Density: 14.3 kg/m²; weight (per 2500 x 1200 panel): 42.9 kg; thermal transmittance: 0.32 W/m²K.

Standard product features

Material:

Extruded polystyrene.

Technical characteristics:

  • Moisture content: 8–15%.
  • Resistance to positive flexion: 71 023 N.
  • Fatigue coefficient: 1.7.
  • Resistance to axial compression: 19 4328 N.
  • Resistance to horizontal compression: 63 247 N.
  • Face screw holding: 145 kgf.

Product Options

Insulation thickness:

Add 24 mm to thickness; all with a 12 mm plywood panel either side.

Literature
Third party certifications
  • FSC: C116880
  • PEFC: PEFC/14-35-00004
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