Have you heard of Sandwich Panel?

Updated: Mar 7, 2021

According to Jaiboonspeedwall, a sandwich panel is a panel type comprised of three (or sometimes more) materials that are combined together to form as one. Sandwich panels are widely used in the construction industry from roof panels to floor panels to the very walls that make up a building itself.

Sandwich panels are referred to as a sandwich because of the look-alike configuration of the panels. The panels have three basic components: the two outward-facing layers and a thick core; the two outside panels act as the “bread” of the sandwich and the core is the meat.

Flexibility, cost-effectiveness and build-ability are the major criteria in the value-based construction. Under the current trends in the global economy, the construction industry is exploring new methods to meet the challenges in the industry.

Rising energy, raw material and labor costs are some of the challenges that the industry is facing. With the shortage of skilled laborers, the new trends of construction which emphasizes on speed, safety and quality as are being compromised.

Non-structural walling in a building structure stands for a large percentage as compared to other building materials. Hence, light weight wall such as sandwich panel was designed to provide the industry with a new perspective in building cost management, construction productivity and process efficiency.

With the Jaiboonspeedwall sandwich wall panel system, these specific characteristics are usually most important: STC (Sound Transmission Class) rating, R-Value, and Fire Rating.

  • Sound Transmission Class, STC refers to the panels ability to reduce the noise passing through it. This characteristic is most important in heavy manufacturing facilities or any facility where workers must endure loud noises for a prolonged period of time.

  • R-Value is a common construction and building term that refers to a materials insulating capacity or its ability to resist the flow of heat.

  • Fire Rating typically means the duration for which a passive fire protection system can withstand a standard fire resistance test.

Besides these specific characteristics, we must emphasize also the Joint Treatment that connects each piece of sandwich panel to form a perfect wall that without cracks in the future.

Find out more here for the Joint Treatment product solution.

Sandwich panels or Expanded Polystyrene Foam (EPS Foam) concrete sandwich wall's construction technique have experienced considerable development in the last 40 years. Their good insulation characteristics, their versatility, quality, and appealing visual appearance, have resulted in a growing and widespread use of the panels across a huge variety of buildings.

According to Business wire, the global sandwich panels market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8% during the forecast period from year 2018-2027. Rise in infrastructural projects in developed and developing economies and growing cold storage applications of structural insulated panels are the major factors propelling the market growth.

Majority people will ask, Why should you choose sandwich panels in the first place? What’s the benefit of using this wall system over others? In overall, the sandwich panel is

  1. Cost savings

  2. Energy and time savings

  3. Easy to install, no heavy machinery need

  4. Light weight, easy to handle

  5. Good thermal insulation

  6. Excellent non-combustible and acoustic performance

If you have any questions about the sandwich panels from Jaiboonspeedwall, give them a call at +66955266369, send them an email to or visit their website ( for more details.

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