Cold Room Panels
Polyurethane (PUR) or PU as it is more commonly called, is used in UR® panels. The rigid polyurethane foam is favorable for the manufacturing of refrigeration and cold storage panels due to its advantageous mechanical, chemical, biological and moisture properties. PUR / PU panels are manufactured by injecting high pressure polyurethane foam between two steel skins in a tightly enclosed cavity. The panels are designed for quick cold room assembly and can be easily joined via an embedded tongue-and-groove system for a secure fit.
Advantages of PU Foam;
Insulation performance for PU panels is high even with a modest material thickness. Air and water cannot be penetrated and circulated within the panel walls, which provides better insulation and allows installation in all weather conditions.
PU panels are particularly suitable for wall and roof applications, due to their significant structural strength. In the event of fire, the foam does not drip or run, minimizing its flammable mass and preventing further flames from spreading.
|Dimension:||1110 mm width x any desired length|
|Thickness:||50 mm. / 80 mm. / 100 mm. / 125 mm. / 150 mm. / 180 mm. / 200 mm.|
|Weight:||Varies in accordance to thickness|
|Skins:||Minimum* 0.6 mm (0.02 in) thick painted galvanized steel exterior and interior facers|
*Other colours and finishes are available
Typical Physical Properties ( PU )
|Core Density||ISO EN 845||Kg/m³||42 – 44|
|Thermal Conductivity||DIN 52612||W/m.K||0.019|
|Compressive Stress||DIN 53421||N/mm²||0.16|
|Dimensional Stability||DIN 53431 |
|%||Max 0.1 |
|Water Absorption||DIN 53428||Volume change |
|Closed Cell Content||ISO 4590||%||>90|
|Elongation At Break||–||%||5 – 10|
|Water Vapor Transmission||–||Perm – in||1.8 – 3.8|
|Operating Temperature||–||ºC||-40 to +80|