Areas of Application

Work Accommodations
Temporary Offices
Disaster Management Camps
Meeting Areas
School & Training Centres
Primary Health Centres
Temporary Housing Structures

What is EPS?

Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is a lightweight cellular plastics material consisting of small spherical shaped particles. It contains 98% air and this micro cellular closed cell construction provides EPS with excellent insulating and shock absorbing characteristics.

What is EPS Sandwich Panel?

Sandwich panels are typically single piece, factory made units comprising of two galvanised precoated steel sheets and a fully insulating lightweight core.

The steel sheets are fully bonded to the core so that the panel acts compositely when under load, in most cases, providing free standing panels. The insulating core is bonded to the steel sheets using a conventional adhesive.

Sandwich Panels are used extensively for the external roof and wall cladding of buildings in most construction sectors. They are used for their thermal and energy saving properties and their construction and installation cost saving benefits.

Salient Features of EPS Sandwich Panel:

  • EPS is free from formaldehyde and other ozone depleting blowing agents.
  • Shock absorption
  • Durable
  • Long life, low maintenance
  • Easy to use
  • Reduction of construction duration
  • Optimal working environmental through anti-noise function
  • Air-tightness for controlled environment
  • High load bearing capacity at low weight
  • Effective and durable thermal insulation
  • Lightweight, fast and economic construction
  • Available in fire resistant grade also.