Insulated Panel Manufacturing


The manufacturing process for bonded panels consists of roll forming the flat or profiled sheeting, followed by the adhesion of the insulation core to both surfaces or skins.

There are three methods to do this:

  • Continuous production by injecting foaming insulation between 2 metal skins as they are being roll-formed.
  • Continuous production by glueing pre-formed panels of insulation to roll-formed metal skins.
  • Individual panel production by glueing insulated panels to roll-formed sheets
Bonded composite panels develop their strength from the sandwich of skins and insulation, and are made with a tongue and groove side lap detail that incorporates concealed fasteners.


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The clause Design under Insulated Panels has been comprehensively reviewed and edited. It is now called Insulated Panel manufacturing. The rest of the content is available in smaller sub-clauses throughout the new clause Insulated Panels.

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