FM Approved Sandwich Panel

Advantages of RPIC Sandwich Panel

andwich panels are a revolutionary development in the field of construction, making breakthroughs in environmental protection, architectural design, price and engineering efficiency.

Sunscape Isocab New Building Materials Limited, one of our subsidiaries, has obtained the FM Approvals Certificate of Compliance, which is issued for the following and with FM approvals class:4880, 4881, 4471

Sunscape Cold Storage Panels, Sunscape Sectional Door Panels, Sunscape Wall Panels HF, Sunscape Corrugated Wall and Ceiling Panels SF, Sunscape Roof Panels HF and Sunscape Mono Roof Panels HF produced with prefinished (optional) galvanized, Galvalume, magnesiumzinc or stainless steel facers and the Daltofoam MR 43168 PIR foam system as Class I insulated wall and roof cciling panels for installation without height restriction, Class I exterior wall systems (Sunscape Cold Storage Panels and Sunscape Wall Panels HF) and Class I panel roofs (Sunscape Roof Panels HF and Sunscape Mono Roof Panels HF)

We have an advanced continuous production line for sandwich panel introduced from Germany W+K、HENNECKE, and ThyssenKrupp provides the support in respect of design, production and installation,thus making one package service available.

Kingspan is the inventor of PUR sandwich panel, and has 40 years’ experience in the industry. Now it’s still the leader in sandwich panel industry.

We strictly follow the technology and design standard established byThyssenKrupp.

Our products are competitive and conform with Germany Standard.

Product Standards Of RPIC Sandwich Panel

FM Approved Sandwich Panel

RPIC sandwich panels meet the following international standards:
– FM classification numbers 4880, 4881 and 4471
– GB 8624-2006
– GB 9978-1999
– JC/T868-2000
– Application identification of new wall material building energy-saving technology products in Shandong Province

At the same time, RPIC sandwich panels are tested according to the following Australian standards:
– AS/NZS 1530.3:1999
– AS/NZS 1170.0:2002
– AS/NZS 1170.2:2011
– AS 1562.1:1992
– AS 4040.1:1992
– AS 4040.2:1992
– AS 4040.3:1992
– AS 4040.5:1996
– AS/NZS 4284:2008
– NCC 2012 (Australian National Construction Code 2012)
– Building Code of Australia: Low-High-Low Cyclic Strength Wind Load Test (roof)

Based on customer needs, RPIC provides an authoritative test report from Australia that allows guests to compare building requirements with a designated Australian region.