ThermHex Waben Produces Honeycomb Cores for Economic Sandwich Panels

April 19 2021

ThermHex Waben, producer of honeycomb cores for economic sandwich panels and parts, is celebrating with Brixtone the completion of wall panels for the 400th commercial van.

Polish company Brixtone, specialists in production of composite sandwich panels are now providing CARGOPAN wall panels which rival the leading industry manufacturers. CARGOPAN uses ThermHex polypropylene honeycomb panels with a skin to create the perfect material for walls of commercial vehicles, for many van manufacturers, including Renault and Iveco.

With triple the life-span of anything else on the market, as it is stronger and more robust due to the unique material and honeycomb shape, CARGOPAN is more resistant to damage in case of collision, and more protective of passengers and cargo. Other key properties of CARGOPAN are being more waterproof and it is more stable and rigid due to the honeycomb structure.

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