Rockwool sandwich panels are a type of building material used for insulation purposes. They consist of two layers of metal (usually steel or aluminum) with a layer of rockwool insulation material in between. The rockwool insulation is made of melted basalt rocks and other minerals, which are then spun into fibers and formed into panels.
The panels are designed to provide excellent thermal insulation, sound insulation, and fire resistance. They are commonly used in industrial and commercial buildings, such as warehouses, factories, and cold storage facilities. Rockwool sandwich panels come in various sizes and thicknesses to suit different building requirements. They can also be customized to meet specific design and performance requirements.