♦♦ ♦♦ Exterior Wall

Eps Cement Sandwich Exterior Wall Panel

1. Eps Cement Sandwich Exterior Wall Panel Details

Material: Calcium Silicate Board, Expanded Polystyrene Foam, Cement, Fly Ash.
Size: 2270*610*100/120/150mm
Usage: Exterior wall, outer wall, external wall, replace construction materials as red bricks, clay solid bricks, air bricks, color-coated steel sandwich boards, gypsum blocks, wire spatial grid structure perlite boards, and perlite porous board. Widely be applied to wall materials of various high and low buildings such as banks, office buildings, hospitals, schools, hotels, malls, amusement halls, active barracks, old houses reconstruction, residences, and workshops.
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2. Eps Cement Sandwich Exterior Wall Panel Packaging & Delivery

1. Free packing, normal pallet + packing belt 
2. Standard exporting packing: pallet+pearl wool+corner protective paper+packing belt+plastic thin film 
3.Loading: 18 pallets per 20' container or according to clients' requirements
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3. Eps Cement Sandwich Exterior Wall Panel Features

  • Light weight and energy saving
  • 100% non-asbestos
  • Strong and durable
  • Fast installation, easy decoration
  • Excellent thermal/sound ratings
  • Excellent fire resistant qualities.
  • Typhoon and Earthquake resistant.
  • Installation training available.
  • Sound insulaiton: Sound proof 42dB
  • Thermal insulation: Excellent
  • Fire proof: Reaction to fire 240min
  • Anti-earthqake: 8-13 grade

4. Structure requirement

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