Panels with Cam-Action Fasteners: Panels manufactured using cam-action fasteners for a or provide for a fast and easy installation with provisions for future expansion or relocation of your refrigerated room. These panels are available in a maximum width of 47”, with insulation thicknesses of 3”, 4” or 6”, and a maximum length of 22 feet.
A double skin construction panel having a foamed-in-place core and having its outer facing sheet spaced apart from its inner facing sheet. The panels are adapted to be assembled with fasteners which are substantially hidden from view.
FOAMED-IN-PLACE PANEL FASTENERS Keil® brand Foamed-In-Place (FIP) Panel Fasteners are ideal for use in high volume fabrication operations when consistency and outstanding performance are your driving concerns. This fastening system provides a fool-proof method for accurately positioning, inserting and
Panel Fasteners: Cam-lock panel fasteners are permanently foamed-in-place in the exact position for perfect alignment and easy of assembly with the use of a simple hexagon wrench. The cam-lock arm assembly in one panel engages the pin assembly of the adjacent panel and draws, secures and locks the panels together forming a vapor proof tight urethane panel joint.
Slotted wings permit maximum flow of foam; Jig fixing holes and pins assure corrected fit; 1172 Panel Fasteners. Use in 73mm, 100mm, and 150mm panels; 1174 Panel Fasteners. Use in narrower wall panels ad ceiling panels where space is restricted; U.S. Patent No. 6,070,919
Foamed-in-Place Polyurethane insulation is commonly used as the insulation in the manufacturing process for walk-in coolers and freezers. U.S. Cooler's 100% polyurethane panels are made from CFC and HFC free materials with minimal environmental impact. U.S.
Metl-Span insulated metal wall panels and CFR roof panels are the ultimate in single step, factory insulated, energy saving panel systems. The all-in-one single element for wall, partition, ceiling and roof applications are durable, economical and quick to install.
Standard insulation is foamed-in-place Non-CFC U.L. Class 1 rated urethane foam. Minimum “R” values. Cooler=R25. Freezer=”R32″. Class 1 urethane foam has a flame spread of 25 or less overall and smoke developed of less than 450. Recommended wall thickness is nominal 4″. Foam rail panels also available in 5″ and 6″ thickness.
Lap Seam, Exposed Fastener, Foamed-Insulation-Core Metal Wall and Roof Panels: Structural metal panels consisting of exterior metal sheet with three major tapered ribs and two minor ribs between each major rib, and interior metal sheet, with factory foamed-in-place polyurethane core in thermally-separated profile, with tongue-and-groove panel edges, attached to supports using exposed fasteners.
The Metl-Span Architectural insulated metal wall panel is ideal for high profile architectural applications. The panels are designed to be installed vertically or horizontally with concealed clips and fasteners in the side joint. Architectural wall panels provide a beautiful flush appearance.
The panels are adapted to be assembled with fasteners which are substantially hidden from view. Plural positive mechanical connections between the outer facing sheet and the foamed-in-place core and between the inner facing sheet and the foamed-in-place core are provided.
Winged locking point has full 63.8mm (2½") wing span for high pull-out strength Short, standard fasteners for most applications, including short corners and ceiling and floor panels Winged strike is dimpled for us
Standard foamed-in-place wall panel widths are 11 ½”, 23”, 34 ½” and 46”. Foamed-in-place corners are available in same heights as foamed-in-place wall panels with outside widths of 12” x 12”, 23 ½” x 23 ½”.
1172/1174 Series Panel Fasteners; 1173 Compact Locking Point; 1173 Strike; 1178RP Strike; 1188RBP Locking Point; 1188RP Wide Mouth Strike; 1188RT Tunnel Locking Point; 1189P Wide Mouth Strike; 1190 Locking Point; 1190 Strike; Adapters for Foamed-in-Place Fasteners; Panel Fastener Accessories; Rigid Rail; Slab Foam; Plumbing; Refrigeration ...
groove surfaces. Notch panel for fastener. 2. Insert plastic housing, either locking point or strike, as needed. 3. Apply adhesive to metal skins. Laminate foam between two skins and apply pressure for bonding. (Return bend on metal helps to hold fastener in place.) 4. After curing, panels are read for assembly. Completed
Ideal for prefabricated foam insulation panel High impact polystyrene housing provides exceptional strength Kason's time tested, high strength steel hook and pin with die-cast cam ensure precision locking Pull-out stren