Tile Panel PUR or PIR


New type and high strength insulating product with tile profile that offers excellent aesthetics maintaining high thermal capacity due to filling polyurethane. 

Beneficial width 1000mm and in lengths from 1400mm up to 14,000mm with step tile 350mm.

We can produce polyurethane by polyisocyanurate PIR high index where the fire is not transmitted, B-s2,d0 according to EN ISO 11925-2:2011 and EN 13823:2012. Density 42 kg/m³.


Steel Sheets: Galvanized or Aluzinc prepainted steel sheets in polyester dye. For sanitary applications, plasticized and anti-bacterial sheets are available as well.

Polyurethane: B3 or B2 PIR High Index density 40±2 kg/m³.



Dimensional Tolerances EN 14509
Width ±2mm
Thickness d≤100mm ±2mm
d>100mm ±2%
Length L≤3000mm ±5mm
L>3000mm ±10mm
Flatness L>700mm 1.5mm
Orthogonality Deviation ≤0.6% of width


Range Panel Length (m) Weight kg*
4 1.75 20.0
5 2.10 23.9
6 2.45 27.9
7 2.80 31.9
8 3.15 35.9
9 3.50 39.9
10 3.85 43.9
11 4.20 47.8
12 4.55 51.8
13 4.90 55.8
14 5.25 59.8
15 5.60 63.8
16 5.95 67.8
18 6.30 71.8
18 6.65 75.8
39 14,000 159.6

*The weight has been calculated using density 40 kg/m3 and thickness of sheet steel 0.50mm.


d (mm)
Weight (kg/m2) steel sheet thickness 0.50 mm & PUR density 40 kg/m3 Thermal Conductivity
U (W/m²K)
Shear Strength
Compressive Strength
40 11,40 0,277
0,14 0,08


The thermal conductivity U has been calculated with thermal transmission λ = 0.020 W/mK.

Directions for Placement

The panels should be tested upon receipt to our place.

Packages of panels have to be stored in a covered, well-ventilated area and must be installed as soon as possible. The package protection from sunlight, rain, dust and moisture is essential until their placement. If the above is not feasible then place them on a slope and cover with waterproof material.

The unloading of panels should be done with a forklift or crane using special lifting strips or suction cups to evenly distribute the weight of parcel (especially in bundles feature). Other means for supporting or lifting the panels can cause irreversible damage.

Cuts on the panel should be done with special tools. Improper treatment can result in alterations of the panel surface (swelling, sucking) ruining the aesthetics.

The protective film of panels should be removed immediately after placement.

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