Options- Sheeting and Translucent Panels
Single skin uninsulated panels may be OK for garaging, but double skin insulated is best. Composite panels on walls may be appropriate, particularly for office areas.
Translucent sheets in GRP are cheap. It is best not to have them in the roof but as alternate panels all round the tops of the walls/doors. If they are used in the roof they should have galvanised wire mesh inside.
It is good practise to use masonry for the bottom 2.1m (7′) of wall to make windows and walk through doors easier to install.
In hot countries you should choose white or very light coloured sheeting.
Colourcoat Pvf2 (Polyester)
|Slate Grey||Mountain Blue(grey/blue)|
|Alaska Grey||Pinewood Green|
(very pale green)
|Wedgewood Blue SC(Cambridge
|Moorland Green SC(pale green)|
|Goosewing Grey SC(medium grey)||Solent Blue SC
|Merlin Grey SC
|Ocean Blue SC
|Heritage Green SC(british racing
|Black SC||Saragasso SC
|Olive Green SC
|Aztec Yellow SC
|Saffron SC||Petra SC
|Svelte Grey SC||Tangerine Orange SC(vivid orange)||Terracotta SC
(dark brick red)
|Vandyke Brown SC(dark chocolate brown)||Poppy Red SC
Colour swatch for guidance only – Actual colours may vary.
White foil faced foam sandwich insulating board
Class 1 & 0 Surface spread of flame. Also available in Class GF to meet F.O.C requirements.
Double skin with fibreglass insulation
Composite sandwich panel
The insulation core is an integral closed cellular rigid isocyanurate or eurethane foam with an average density of 35Kg/m3.
The inner embossed and ribbed lining sheet is normally 0.4mm thick galvanized steel substrate, which may be finished with an off-white colour coat, if required.