WELLYOUNG ENERGY PANEL is a kind of light weight energy saving compound board material taking fiber glass mgo board as panel, with magnesia cement, EPS as fillers and forming by one time compound. The product can replace red brick, clay solid brick, gypsum block and other traditional blocks, and popular with many customers as the new energy saving construction materials. It can widely be applied to wall materials of various high and low buildings such as: bank, office, hospital, school, hotel, mall,old house reconstruction,residence and workshop.
Core materials: Magnesia cement, EPS.
Surface materials: mgo board
1500-3000mm X 600mm X (60, 90,120,150,180mm)
• Interior and exterior partition on steel or concrete structure building,
• For new construction, additions or renovations.
• Light weight
• Sound insulation
• Environmental protection
• Most area-saving
• Most waterproof and dampproof
• Most fire-proof
• Most sound-insulation
• Best hanging force
• Most anti-seismic and impact resistance
• Largest span and height thin webbed wall
• Most civilized, environmental, high efficiency construction.
4. Technical Data:
|Item||National Standards||Test results|
|Anti-impact Capacity/ Times||≥5||≥5||≥5||≥8||≥10||≥15|
|Anti-bending damage load/times over deadweight||≥1.5||≥1.5||≥1.5||≥3||≥3||≥3|
|Compressive strength/ Mpa||≥3.5||≥3.5||≥3.5||≥5||≥5||≥5|
|Surface Density kg/m2||≤70||≤90||≤110||≤45||≤55||≤70|
|Moisture rate a/%||≤12/10/8||≤10/9/7|
|Drying shrinking value / mm/m||≤0.6||≤0.6||≤0.6||≤0.45||≤0.5||≤0.5|
|Single point hanging strength / N||≥1000||≥1000||≥1000||≥1200||≥1300||≥1500|
|Sound insulation capacity in the Air / Db||≥30||≥35||≥40||≥35||≥40||≥45|
|Fire proof limit / h||≥1||≥1||≥1||≥3||≥4||≥4|
|Heat conduct coeffient b/w/m2.k||≤1.0||≤0.8||≤1.0||≤0.45|
|IRa Inner Radiation index||≤1||≤1||≤1||≤1||≤1||≤1|
|Ir Outer Radiation index||≤1||≤1||≤1||≤1||≤1||≤1|
Widely be applied to wall materials of various high and low buildings such as banks, office buildings, hospitals, schools, hotels, malls, old houses reconstruction, residences, and workshops