EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) insulated cool room panels are prefabricated panels commonly used for constructing cool rooms, cold storage facilities, and controlled environment spaces.
EPS panels are designed to provide effective thermal insulation and structural support, making them ideal for maintaining consistent temperatures and preserving perishable goods.
EPS insulated cool room panels consist of three main layers:
Core Material: The core of the panel is made from EPS (Expanded Polystyrene), which is a lightweight, closed-cell foam plastic.EPS has excellent thermal insulation properties, helping to minimize heat transfer and keep the internal temperature of the cool room stable. It is also moisture-resistant, preventing condensation and mould growth.
Facing Materials: The EPS core is sandwiched between two layers of durable facing materials. These facings can be made of various materials, including metal (usually steel or aluminium), fiberglass, or other composite materials. The facings provide structural strength and protect the EPS core from physical damage and external elements.
Insulation Joints: The panels are designed with insulation joints that allow them to interlock and create a seamless barrier against heat transfer. Proper insulation joint design is crucial to ensure the panels’ efficiency in maintaining the desired temperature within the cool room.
EPS insulated cool room panels offer several benefits, including:
- Excellent thermal insulation, maintaining consistent temperatures inside the cool room.
- Energy efficiency, reducing the need for excessive heating or cooling.
- Lightweight construction, making installation easier and more cost-effective.
- Moisture resistance, preventing condensation and maintaining a dry interior environment.
- Versatility and design flexibility, allowing customization to fit different space requirements.
- Quick installation, saving time and labour during construction.
Due to their effectiveness and cost-efficiency, EPS insulated cool room panels are widely used in various industries, including food storage, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and retail, where controlled temperature environments are essential for preserving and protecting goods.