Honeycomb panels are are lightweight, sturdy and high-quality building material that has got a wide variety of different applications. From exterior cladding to furniture design, stone honeycomb panels have got a wide range of different uses.
All of the honeycomb panels produced by HyCOMB are rigorously tested using the highest standards. These panels cover a wide variety of different situations which include high stresses that occur during hurricane winds or under other severe weather conditions as well. HyCOMB’s clients can rest assured that the panels produced by them will meet the strictest of standards.
HyCOMB’s panels are also tested using the company’s own laboratory. And each panel that is made inside of the factory’s production line also gets tested in the in-house laboratory as well. These honeycomb panels are perfect as building materials because they can withstand high winds, severe temperature changes and are very lightweight. And despite how lightweight they are, these panels are durable. This is because honeycombs or hexagonal shapes are some of the strongest in natural.
Why Builders Are Using Honeycomb?
Honeycomb panels are easy to install, lightweight, durable, stable and safer as well. It gives buildings a modern and stylish look, which is why more and more builders recommend it than traditional building materials.
How HoneycombPanels Can Help You?
There are several types of lightweight panels, but the most abundant on the market are, without a doubt, honeycomb or honeycomb core panels. As their name suggests, they have a middle layer of cells. These can be stone or aluminum. And they have got the following properties making them good for building.
Ratio rigidity to weight:
Offers mechanical characteristics such as resistance to compression, flex etc, very close to those of steel while being several times lighter.
Absorption of shock waves:
The unique structure of the honeycomb provides excellent absorption of shock waves.
The excellent flatness of the plates allows them to be an ideal support for the realization of printed panels. This also makes it easy to integrate into building properties.
Because of its light weight and protective qualities, stone honeycomb panels enables you to significantly reduce your packaging and shipping costs. It will advantageously replace your treated wood packaging during your exports.
The honeycomb panels are the ecological product par excellence. They are made with sustainable materials.
Thus it has its place in various applications not just limited to building exteriors, but they can be used to offer structure rigidity to other buildings as well. And this in industries as varied as the glass industry, building, industrial and so much more.
HyCOMB’s expertise lies in the production of all types of honeycomb panels. Its know-how ensures that its clients will get the strongest, longest lasting and best for value panels.
This company offers the production of various kinds of exterior cladding honeycomb panels made in the following materials and more. These materials include stone honeycomb panels. On-site installation of these honeycomb panels is offered by the company too.
Samples Of Buildings with Honeycomb
Why Choose Honeycomb Panels and Hycomb?
In conclusion, honeycomb panels are the perfect building exterior material and HyCOMB is a multi-national company that has served many clients all over the world. Their honeycomb panels are beautiful, practical and meet all types of international standards.
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