An eco friendly material with excellent weight to strength ratio, lightweight honeycomb panels is really a popular material across the globe due to its use within packaging, doors, table tops, panels, automobiles and many more. Being on the inside means it really is hardly ever visible to finish users rendering it the invisible force in a lightweight environmentally friendly panel!
lightweight honeycomb panels are created by gluing sheets of board to paper honeycomb from bottom and from top. We develop lightweight honeycomb panels with the following technical parameters:
- length – up to 2500mm;
- width – from 10mm to 800mm;
- height – from 10mm to whatever should be used;
- cell size – 14mm, 21mm and 27mm.
For lightweight honeycomb panels production we use our own paper honeycomb and recycled board 300gsm.
Where and ways in which lightweight honeycomb panels are used
You can find vast amount of ways how to use . The number of fields where this product may be applied is growing.
Firstly: lightweight honeycomb panels may be used as fillers for inner doors or for furniture production. The main advantages of this material over the analogues are: smaller weight, absence of waste, eco-friendliness, good heat and noise insulation characteristics. Still, a ready-made furnishings is strong and sturdy enough. We are able to offer standard lightweight honeycomb panels right out the assembly line. These lightweight honeycomb panels are ideally fitted for door production and are sized 2000x800x33mm.
Secondly: lightweight honeycomb panels are traditionally used in severalpackaging decisions. lightweight honeycomb panels are used as fillings when transporting goods. lightweight honeycomb panels are actively pushing out other substitute materials in this market due to their outstanding characteristics of strength and eco-friendliness. For example, the flagship of World’s furniture industry – IKEA, is switching to honeycomb panels for their products’ packing needs.
lightweight honeycomb panels structure
Honeycomb structures are natural or man-made structures that have the geometry of a honeycomb to allow the minimization of the amount of used material to reach minimal weight and minimal material cost. The geometry of honeycomb structures can vary widely but the common feature of all such structures is an array of hollow cells formed between thin vertical walls. The cells are often columnar and hexagonal in shape. A honeycomb shaped structure provides a material with minimal density and relative high out-of-plane compression properties and out-of-plane shear properties..