Prefab wall panels – prefab wall panels used in a wide range of construction projects, especially the robustness of reinforcing walls are needed. They are almost always made of concrete, but the exact design varies and the size and shape may depend on the type of panel. They are generally six to eight inches in thickness, and there are two different types of panels.
Concrete prefab wall panels are made of highly controlled indoor environments, which make it possible to be more specific in terms of materials and processes. For example, the on-site concrete walls dry in the environment; they are created, without the elements and moisture levels. On the factory floor, concrete dries with precise humidity control and precise temperatures, making it stronger and more evenly deliver than other versions. Once the concrete is set, it can be braced and sealed after exact specifications before being sent.
One the two types of prefab wall panels are Isolated and Carbon walls. This type of prefab wall panels is newer versions that are trying to improve the design of sandwiching other materials inside two concrete panels. Often use a foam insulation having similar fire resistant and heat containment capabilities for concrete, but is much easier. One of the latest manufacturing processes is also using carbon fiber trusses and supports instead of steel. Carbon fiber is extremely resistant, yet is much lighter than steel versions and provides more flexibility. These isolated and carbon-based versions costing significantly more than the massive concrete panels with traditional frame.