Energy-saving Keep Warming Wall Panel For Winter

- Feb 14, 2019 -

Energy-saving keep warming EPS Sandwich Panel for winter

 

The traditional building does not keep warm and does not save energy. It is because the wall insulation function of the brick-concrete structure is poor. Generally, the sealing function of the wall is not good enough. The indoor and outdoor air convection is so powerful that the building is not warm in winter and not cool in summer. Lightweight wallboards (ash concrete slabs and fiber cement composite wall panels) occupy insulation function from material to structure, so that winter is not cold, and can greatly reduce the cost of electricity and coal burning for heating. It's the best choice of saving energy.

 

EPS Sandwich Panel (ash concrete hollow partition board and fiber cement cored composite wall panel) has light weight, thin body, high strength, sound insulation, fireproof, waterproof, moisture proof, seismic heat preservation, freeze resistance, aging resistance, Advantages such as impact resistance. In energy-efficient buildings, in order to save energy consumption for heating and cooling air-conditioning, in addition to the use of air-conditioning equipment that is energy-efficient, easy to regulate and measure, it is also necessary to strengthen the insulation structure of the envelope structure (including exterior walls, roofs, doors and windows, floors, etc.). Thermal performance, as well as the airtightness of doors and windows, to reduce air conditioning load.

 

According to the current national standards and regulations, the building's insulation capacity (represented by heat transfer resistance, heat transfer resistance, and thermal insulation capacity) is about 1.5 to 2.6 times that of general non-energy-saving buildings. The insulation capacity of the external wall is about 2.0~3.0 times that of the general non-energy-saving building. This is the pursuit of high quality and high quality, and it is also an inevitable need for the development of energy-efficient buildings.