In 2020, the NovoPlast-Yug plant started a line for the production of SIPs with format and cutting equipment.
SIPs (structural insulated panels) are building structures that are very similar to sandwich panels with EPS insulation, but with outer shells of OSB-3 Ultralam and GREEN BOARD oriented strand boards.
Due to the unique technical and operational characteristics of SIPs, it is possible to assemble residential buildings and structures from them, in any climatic zones and with any type of relief.
In many countries of the world, SIPs are used in the construction of frame houses; such technology is also called Canadian technology. Using SIP panels has many advantages over using traditional building materials:
The equipment used at the plant makes it possible to accurately calibrate and process the materials used for manufacturing panels – eco-friendly OSB-3 Ultralam and GREEN BOARD oriented strand boards.