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Facade sandwich panel QUADCORE™ KARRIER
zinc facingaluminum facinginsulating core

facade sandwich panel
facade sandwich panel
facade sandwich panel
facade sandwich panel
facade sandwich panel
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Characteristics

Applications
facade
Cover sheet material
zinc facing, aluminum facing
Core material
insulating core
Fire resistance
fire protection
Width

1,100 mm (43 in)

Length

Max.: 19,700 mm (776 in)

Min.: 1,800 mm (71 in)

Thickness

Max.: 220 mm (8.66 in)

Min.: 50 mm (1.97 in)

Description

The QuadCore Karrier System is a proven factory engineered building system which comprises individual high performance insulated panel designed to support the facades. Standard panels are available in a width of 1100mm, and can be cut making them ideal for projects with close window arrangements. The lightweight panels can be manually lifted into position or can be installed with mechanical handling device. This option is extremely flexible and can be considered at design and post design stages of a project. The panels can be fixed to a lightweight steel framing system (SFS). available from Kingspan Steel Building Solutions. Alternatively, QuadCore Karrier Panel can be fixed to a braced Kingspan Multibeam purlin and rail system, available from Kingspan Structural Products & Systems. Standard lengths 1.8 to 14 metres. 14 to 19.7 metres can be supplied but may be subject to a transport surcharge and restrictions. Panels less than 1.8m long will be charged at full 1.8m price, plus cutting cost. 32mm deep mill finished aluminium cassettes installed onto outer face of QuadCore Karrier panel 80mm thick Hybrid insulated QuadCore Karrier panel has been tested to BS8414-2 and meets the requirements of BR 135 for façades with a storey above 18m.

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