Single Panel

Single Panel

Reinforced Concrete Sandwich Panels (RCSP) are getting popularity in construction industry day-by-day, due to their various advantages over conventional systems, such as light weight, speedy construction, and thermal, moisture, and sound insulation, etc. Use of RCSP in building and construction industry was started in North America more than 50 years from now.
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Let’s understand what is termed as a single panel wall:

A central layer of low strength material, is known as ‘core’ which is protected by outer layers of high strength material, known as ‘wythes’ or ‘skin layers’. Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) with flat or undulated surface profile, is commonly used as core in a single piece. While the wythes are usually made of micro-concrete or cement and coarse-sand mortar.

The key components of a reinforced concrete
sandwich panel are as follows:

Insulated single panel walls are commonly used in the construction industry to create exterior walls and facades in both residential and commercial buildings. They offer a versatile solution for achieving structural integrity, energy efficiency, and design flexibility in construction projects. It is used as a supporting structure, for buildings up to four floors. It is perfect for partitions and claddings; as claddings and partitions wall in large-sized industrial and commercial buildings; as an insulating framework for roofing and moderate floors. These waterproof single panels are approved as a load bearing wall by numerous certifications worldwide viz. the ETA certification in Europe, the ESR evaluation report from International Code Council (ICC) and the Technical Evaluation Report (TER) from Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) in the US.