Insulated panel machine

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Insulated Roof Panel Roll Forming Machine Specifications

Foam roof panel roll forming machine produces Insulated Roofing Panels the Profile is adjustable 50” to 24” used with a 10 ton hydraulic decoiler with loading car

  • Profile - Foam sandwich panel

  • Coil Width - 50" to 24"

  • Forming Speed - 50ft per minute

  • Material thickness - 24g to 29g

  • Machine Weight - 7 ton

  • Machine Footprint - 25ft x 7ft

  • Main power - 12hp

  • Motor - Chain drive

  • Gearbox - Chain drive

  • Stations - 13

  • Cutting type - Pre shear

  • Control system - CNC servo automatic width changing

  • Safety covers- optional

  • E Stops

  • FOB Orlando, Florida

Insulated Roof Panel Machine Description

All roll forming machinery is fully assembled at our factory in Orlando Florida. Our Roll Forming Machines come with a 1 year warranty for parts and labor. All machines will be made to customer personal requirements and profile.

An insulated roof panel roll forming machine is a specialized piece of equipment used in the construction and manufacturing industry to produce insulated roof panels. These panels are commonly used in commercial and industrial buildings to provide thermal insulation and weatherproofing for roofs. The roll forming machine plays a crucial role in the manufacturing process by shaping metal sheets into the desired profile and incorporating insulation material.

Here's an overview of how an insulated roof panel roll forming machine typically works:

  1. Material Feeding: The process begins by feeding a coil of metal sheet material, often steel or aluminum, into the roll forming machine. The machine usually has a decoiler or uncoiler that holds and feeds the material into the forming process.
  2. Roll Forming: The roll forming machine consists of a series of rollers and tooling sets that progressively shape the flat metal sheet into the desired profile for the insulated roof panel. The profile may include various bends, curves, and ridges to create the structural and design features required.
  3. Insulation Insertion: Simultaneously, the machine may incorporate an insulation material layer between two metal sheets as they pass through the forming process. Common insulation materials include polyurethane foam, expanded polystyrene (EPS), or mineral wool. The insulation layer helps improve the thermal efficiency of the roof panel.
  4. Cutting and Length Adjustment: After the metal sheets are formed and insulation is inserted, the machine has cutting or shearing mechanisms that trim the panels to the desired length. Some machines also have the capability to adjust the panel length according to specific project requirements.
  5. Stacking or Packaging: Once the insulated roof panels are cut to size, they are typically stacked, bundled, or packaged for transportation to the construction site or for further processing.

The roll forming process is highly automated and can produce insulated roof panels with consistent quality and precise dimensions. These panels are known for their durability, energy efficiency, and ease of installation, making them a popular choice for various building applications.

It's important to note that the specific features and capabilities of insulated roof panel roll forming machines can vary based on the manufacturer and the requirements of the panels being produced. Different machines may offer various customization options, such as the ability to create different panel profiles, use different insulation materials, and accommodate different metal thicknesses.

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10895 Rocket Blvd, Suite 120, Orlando, FL 32824, USA

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