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Nidaplast panels are made for use in lightweight sandwich panels which reduce CO2 emissions and exists of polypropylene extruded honeycomb.
The 8 mm hexagonal cells are coated with a polyester non-woven material that is used as a lamination or bonding support. The plastic film between the cells and the non-woven material are to prevent the cells filling up with resin or glue. Advantages: low cost, it is rigid, lightweight, shock-resistant, made of recycled materials, water-resistant, sound and thermal insulation, easy to install.
Available thickness 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 28, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 mm (+/- 5mm)
Length : 2500 mm
Width : 1200 mm
Specially made for contact and spray lamination. The polyester non-woven material present on the Nidaplast has a surface that is suited to impregnation by thermosetting resins (polyester, epoxy ect.). The plastic film placed under the non-woven material seals the cells and reduces resin consumption.