Insulated Metal Panels

Increase Energy Efficiency and Fire Performance

The growing influence of sustainable building initiatives is driving the demand for construction materials that contribute to the energy efficiency of buildings, helping reduce their carbon footprint. At the same time, both national regulations and insurance companies have become more stringent regarding fire performance of insulation materials.

In order to capture opportunities in this changing, competitive climate, sandwich panel producers need to improve the fire performance of their products without affecting their thermal insulation performance.

Efficient, Fast and Reliable Conversion to PIR
Metal panels insulated with Dow polyisocyanurate (PIR) and polyurethane (PUR) systems for insulated panels and boards bring excellent performance and lightweight properties that can meet the most demanding industry requirements, improve longevity and increase energy efficiency.

PIR rigid foam offers the best-in-class insulation performance of PUR, but with greatly enhanced fire performance properties. Our family of PIR products offers a wide index of fire-performance levels that can be further customized to your specifications, allowing you to keep pace with changing market requirements.

HFFR Core Layer Compounding Efficiency 
For composite panels, we offer a complete system for halogen-free flame retardant (HFFR) core layers, based on our innovative acrylate copolymer technology, which delivers superior flame retardancy and sound-deadening performance – while remaining highly cost competitive with other HFFR technologies. We also offer complete technical support to tailor the composition to your specific requirements.

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