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Two ranges of finished sandwich panels combine core and skin

Nidaplast : 10 March, 2013  (New Product)
Nidaplast Composites has launched two new ranges of sandwich panels. The Nidalite and Nidaskin sandwich panels, made of a honeycomb core and a skin, are light in weight, provide sound and heat insulation, and are highly corrosion resistant. Until now, Nidaplast has only made the structure, the core.
Two ranges of finished sandwich panels combine core and skin

Nidalite is a 100% aluminium range (honeycomb core and aluminium skins) of finished ultra-light sandwich panels (55kg/m3 with a thickness of 20mm). In addition to its attractive appearance Nidalite offers very high strength of 108.68MPa, and is particularly suited to the railway construction, automotive, transport and building sectors. This finished aluminium sandwich panel has been given a B1 classification in Germany.

With its new "Nidaskin" range: for the first time, Nidaplast is targeting designers and architects with finished sandwich panels consisting of a polypropylene honeycomb core and a range of five different skins for internal/external finishing, partitioning, furniture, and worktops. Some need to be painted prior to use.

Nidaplast Composites is offering an additional range, the Nidaplast 8 FR IFire Retardant), which is able to withstand flames and significantly delay their spread. This new product allows the finished sandwich to retain its skin classification (M1 classification if skin is M1 classified).

“The Nidaplast range will be forced to change considerably in the coming years in order to meet a growing demand for ultra-light, coloured, ready to use products that are ever more environmentally friendly", says Patrice Stievenard, the Group’s new CEO.

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