Overlapping Joint Panel
|30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100 ó 120 mm
|PUR ó PIR d=36-40 kg/m3
|PUR BRoof (T1) / PIR Bs2d0
|Esp. 30, 50 mm, long. up to 13.50 m
Self-supporting sandwich-type panel for roofing with overlapping joints, in a corrugated exterior finish, and the union joint sealed with a metal overlapping joint in the same color .
The new TAP Sandwich-type Panel by PRONTOPANEL is composed of an outer steel sheet with pre-painted finish, profiled with 3 corrugations and ribbed in the inter-corrugation area, providing it with great mechanical strength. Inside, it contains a polyurethane foam core, giving it excellent thermal and acoustic insulation properties. The bottom is finished with a pre-painted steel sheet that can be supplied in white or wood appearance, allowing the panel itself to serve as the interior finishing surface of the building. At the lateral joint between panels, a pre-painted steel profile is placed after fastening them. This finish enhances the waterproofing security of the roof regardless of the adjustment at the joint made by the installer while also concealing the external fastening, providing a higher aesthetic quality.
These properties allow using the insulated panel with overlapping joints as an alternative to other types of roofing, providing multiple advantages such as:
- Simplicity and speed in installation (there is no need to create multiple functional layers to build the roof).
- Excellent insulation within the sheet itself, eliminating the need for intermediate insulation, as they are also available in thick layers of polyurethane foam.
- Lightweight system that allows for significant weight savings in the design of supporting structures, providing additional cost savings.
- Improved waterproofing and moisture resistance, as the panels have double protection with a watertight joint at the seam and an overlapping joint cover that conceals the seam from the outside. Additionally, the non-absorbent nature of both the exterior and interior sheets prevents the appearance of stains on the interior surface of the ceiling.
- Customized solution for all roof finishes such as edges, gutters, ridges, and valleys, etc., which, in traditional roofs, often require on-site finishing that is sometimes poorly executed.