For any construction it is important to clearly define the materials and components. ASKIN has a wealth of experience matching insulated panel products to industrial solutions. The ASKIN specification provides details on every aspect of your panel solutions.SKINS
ASKIN Performance Panel Skins include a comprehensive range from galvanized or galvalume coated steel to next generation Colorbond® steel with activate™ technology all on a base metal thickness (BMT) 0.4mm to 0.7mm and a superior performance paint system as required by the application. Other options are available such as stainless steel, aluminium and Poolsafe Plastisol.
Depending on the Performance requirements, the core of ASKIN panel is either;
- Fire rated XFLAM core
- Flame retardant expanded polystyrene manufactured to Standard AS1366.3
- Fire rated Polyisocyanurate core
- Fire rated Mineral Wool core
ASKIN Performance Panel is laminated using a 2 part thermosetting adhesive system. DIMENSIONS
Standard widths of 1000mm and 1200mm. Other widths are available on request subject to minimum order quantity.
38, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 300.
Varied thickness’ are also available, subject to project requirements and lead times.
As required, determined by handling, design and transportation considerations. From 1.5m – 25m
The standard colour for ASKIN panel is off-white, (surfmist) the complete range is endless with Colorbond®, colour matching and Printech options available. Please see our colour charts in the downloads section.
The standard finish for ASKIN Performance Panel, is a superior oven-cured polyester of 25 microns minimum thickness. For harsh environments ASKIN Performance Panel can be supplied with high quality substrates and / or a PVDF coating, a non-porous polyvinylideneflouride.
ASKIN Performance Panel is available in many interior, exterior and roofing profiles – Refer to downloads page for profile diagrams
ASKIN PANEL BUILDING CODE CLASSIFICATION
- XFLAM: Group 1
- EPS: Group 1
- PIR: Group 2
- MINERAL WOOL: Group 1
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