At CSR Hebel, we’ve been producing steel reinforced AAC panels for over 25 years. We pride ourselves on continually improving our offering to provide developers and builders with systems that are a better way to design and build.
Because of this we introduced the Hebel PowerPanel50 for Low Rise Multi-Residential Intertenancy and Dual Zero Boundary Wall Systems to our range. This 50mm thick steel reinforced Hebel panel is a revolution in AAC panel manufacture worldwide: installed vertically it’s available in 2.4, 2.7 and 3 metre standard lengths.
The advantages of this Australian made system include:
Solid Wall finish
A significant advantage of the Hebel PowerPanel50 is that you get a solid wall between you and your neighbour, not just air. Traditional plasterboard and stud walls can be easily penetrated and are less secure than a solid lightweight concrete wall system.
Narrow wall width
A further advantage is the narrow intertenancy wall system starting at 230mm wide. That means you get a solid, secure wall with maximised floor space. And for developers needing dual zero boundary walls the PowerPanel50 system delivers a cost-effective and fast solution that adds value.
Reduces noise pollution
As building becomes more condensed through increased multi-residential projects, so too does the potential for increased noise pollution between walls and floors. Hebel PowerPanel50 paired with PowerFloor system provide a quieter environment to help provide a more comfortable living environment.
Fast, simple and easy to install
Unlike other types of party wall systems, the Hebel PowerPanel50 Intertenancy Wall System simplifies the construction process. It doesn’t require fire-rated plasterboard between floor levels or in the roof space or a myriad of fire-sealant points. There are no H-tracks, multitude of screw and fixing types or different types of liners and sheets to order and maneuver onsite. Altogether, this saves time and speeds up the construction process.
Additionally, there’s minimal onsite wastage, reducing time and costs.
Minimises fire risk
With no need for fire-rated plasterboard, minimal fire sealant points and an FRL of 90/90/90, the PowerPanel50 Intertenancy and Dual Zero Boundary Wall Systems make National Construction Code compliance fire rating compliance simple and easy.
Unaffected by wet conditions
What really resonates with builders is the fact that the PowerPanel50 wall construction isn’t affected by wet or damp conditions. If it rains Hebel panels dry out quickly and won’t retain excessive moisture that can cause mould in the panel or affect the integrity of the panel.
What do carpenters and builders think?
To give you a better picture of the benefits of the Hebel PowerPanel50 Intertenancy Wall System, we asked builders and carpenters for their perspective. Here’s what they had to say.
We’re here to help
At CSR Hebel, we pride ourselves on not only delivering great products and systems, but assisting designers, builders and installers with support throughout the project. Our sales and technical team are on hand to offer advice or address any questions you may have.
Design & Installation Guide online
The comprehensive Design & Installation Guide for the new PowerPanel50 Intertenancy and Dual Zero Boundary Wall systems for Low Rise Multi-Residential projects is available online.
We’ve also compiled a helpful installation video for the PowerPanel50 Intertenancy Wall system to help you on your way.
The release of the PowerPanel50 for Low Rise Multi-Residential Intertenancy and Dual Zero Boundary Wall Systems has become a milestone in the CSR Hebel story. With qualities that provide design and construction efficiency, risk minimisation and cost and time certainty, PowerPanel50 benefits all stakeholders across the project lifecycle.
More information on Hebel PowerPanel50 product and systems: http://hebel.com.au/