Insulated Panels

Insulated panels today, with the recent research and developments for materials and advanced composite section design, are manufactured as light, but structurally sound building elements.

The light, but structurally sound composite section panels were first used in military aircraft construction during the Second World War. Since then, there have been significant developments in design and manufacture of insulated composite section panels. Today, these panels are used at world-wide applications ranging from space shuttle construction to manufacturing of inside doors for our residental or office buildings.

Design of insulated panels requires state-of-the-art solutions to meet specific requirements, such as thermal insulation, water and air-tight construction, structural safety, hygiene, fire safety, estheatic and environmental requirements. Insulated panels are designed and manufactured to meet these requirements. As insulated and coated inside and outside, these prefabricated panels are excellent water proofing and energy saving building materials.

Insulated panels offer practical and economical solutions to the world-wide construction needs and can be used in factories, industrial buildings and warehouses, food storage buildings and buildings in the agricultural sector, prefabricated structures, sports facilities including swimming pools, construction field offices, silos, supermarkets, shopping mall structures and military, government, municipal and residential buildings.

PVC/TPO Membrane

PVC and TPO roof membrane is a flexible water proofing membrane which is reinforced with polyester and can be laminated with a geotextile felt backing. During construction, membrane sheets are welded together with hot air. PVC and TPO membrane stands up very well to direct sunlight and atmospheric conditions. Because of the polyester reinforcement, roof membrane has a high resistance to tear and impact. With geotextile felt backing, a strong adherence to roof panel insulation is obtained, but, also the direct contact between insulation and PVC and TPO membrane is eliminated.


Glass-reinforced plastic or GRP is a composite material made of a plastic matrix reinforced by fine fibers made of glass. Although they are very light, they have very high mechanical strength and resistant against hard weather conditions such as wind and hails. Because of their low water absorption, they are resistant against water. There isn’t any deformation on temperature differences from - 40 oC to + 120 oC , because GRP sheets belong to Thermoset plastics group. Upon request they can be used on different levels of fire resistance. According to B.S 476 Part 7 fire standard they are certificated as Class 3 and Class 1 (self -extinguishing). Because they are anti-corrosive, resistant against most chemicals and high temperature, They can be used in Acidic Environments, Food Foundations and Chicken Farms.