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Thermal Insulated Panels

Insulated panels provide solution to the numerous insulation problems occurring in light weight prefabrication. One of the common applications of the insulated panels is the building of cold rooms and refrigerated vehicle bodies. For this application, insulated panels find wide use around the world due to its characteristic to provide maximum thermal insulation.

Depending on specific customer requirements, Glaciers Technical Services also supplies sandwich panels. We supply and install Polyurethane insulated Sandwich Panels for Walls, Ceiling and Floor to customer specified sizes that are used in building cold rooms for chiller and freezer applications. Sandwich Panels are available in following thicknesses:

50mm, 80mm, 100mm, 120mm, 150mm, 170mm, 200mm

When it comes to insulating applications, Polyurethane foam (PU) is the cost-effective insulate for innovative construction because it has low thermal conductivity, unmatched by any other conventional product. Further, polyurethane foam is ideal for renovation when the emphasis is on energy efficiency. Low thermal conductivity means thinner insulation for any specified insulation level and thinner insulation means it is easier to fit anywhere. The insulation performance is exceedingly high even with modest material thicknesses. Finally, good mechanical properties and excellent adhesion to other materials opens up a broad field of applications.

With their optimal insulating performance, sandwich panels filled with polyurethane foam are very versatile. The products range from insulation boards for roofing, walls, floors and ceilings, to foam sealants, through to metal-faced sandwich panels for industrial buildings.

Efficient thermal insulation to last a lifetime

Thermal insulation with polyurethane foam conserves resources, saves energy and has no significant emission to the environment. Polyurethane foam is the right investment for the future as it:

Offers optimal, long-life insulation with no drawbacks, maintenance or repairs. Enhances the value of property and the quality of life. Leads to large energy savings and reduced heating costs. It is cost-effective and easy to install.

Why Polyurethane Foam (PUF)?

Polyurethane foam (PUF) is a closed-cell plastic. It is used as factory made thermal insulation material in the form of insulation boards or block foam, and in combination with various rigid facings as a constructional material for sandwich panel. Polyurethane in-situ foams are manufactured directly on the building site.

Polyurethane foam insulation materials (PUF)

In modest material thicknesses, PUF offers optimal thermal insulation coupled with an exceptional space-utility advantage. For architects and planners, PUF allows scope for creative insulation solutions from the cellar and the walls through to the ceilings and the roof. It is ideal in the lightweight, low-energy or zero-energy building approach.

Insulation Boards

Thanks to their excellent mechanical strength, insulation boards made of polyurethane foam are highly resistant; they can be combined with other materials and are easy to install on the building site.

Metal Faced Sandwich Panels

Sandwich panels have polyurethane foam core and metal facings on both the upper and lower surfaces. Sandwich panels are particularly suited for roofing and wall applications, for the various support structures in halls and industrial buildings, as well as for refrigeration and cold-storage units. The lightweight panels are easy to process and can be installed in all weather conditions. PUF sandwich panels are to a high degree pre-fabricated, giving them structural and constructional design properties that offer a high level of security, both in the processing stages and in the finished building.


Polyurethane PU block foam can be cut to shape for the insulating building equipment and industrial installations.

In-situ Foams

In addition to factory made panels, in-situ foams are also used in building. They are produced with state-of-the-art equipment “in situ” on the building site itself. In-situ foams are mainly used for technical insulation applications. The in-situ foam is sprayed onto the desired surface or poured into moulds, producing a seamless structure.