Introducing our new hybrid Magnesium Oxide/OSB SIP Panel for a highly efficient thermal envelope

We manufacture a standard range of SIP panels, these include an Egger board faced OSB panel and an Magnesium Oxide (MgO) faced panel. The advantages of MgO is that there is no need for an outer leaf, e.g. brick or block, the panels can be rendered directly on to the surface, or battened for timber cladding, brick slips etc. On the interior face MgO has a massive pull out strength, so hanging kitchen units directly without a dwang or noggin and if there are no electric or plumbing required on this wall then simply tape and fill for the finished wall, the panel has a 2 hour fire rating so is also suitable as infill panels in high rise buildings. The new Hybrid panel allows the best of both wor

Build Project: Aviemore, Scotland

Proving any new system is difficult and persuading a conservative construction industry to think about new ways to build is even harder. We had over 100 architect visit the site and have delivered countless CPD sessions. So what have we learned from all of this. Initially the build system was manufactured in Romania, this presented logistical and quality problems, so we moved manufacturing to the UK. Secondly, the certification of the MgO board that made up the outer skin of the SIP panels was crucial. Cheap MgO board will fail and the only board that we have found is imported through an Australian company who have financial and manufacturing control of the factory in China (it's all produce

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