Wall panel IsoTP


Energy saving is becoming an increasingly critical issue. Isomec therefore focuses on developing products which utilise high insulating power components. The specific flat panel to create movable walls, prefabricated boxes, refrigerating rooms, trade fair booths, sliding doors and counter-ceilings is the ideal component for designs that call for lightness, solidity and insulation. Available in a wide range of versions, it contributes to a new kind of clear, simple and ordered architecture.

  • High thermal resistance and mechanical stability.
  • Wide modularity and quick job completion
  • Dimensional stability, lightness
  • Easy superficial cleaning
  • Design flexibility.


Metal self-supporting polyurethane-insulated panel designed for walls of industrial and commercial buildings, drying refrigerating rooms and partitioning in general. The right painted side orientation must be complied with upon installation: the side marked “INSIDE” must be facing indoors.


SOTP is a range of metal, self-supporting polyurethaneinsulated panels with tongued-and-grooved snap joints designed for façades and partitioning. The ISOTP range is supplied with five finish typologies: “Standard”, “Smooth”, “Slat”, “Micro” and “AG”.

Insulating materials: foamed polyurethane

Polyurethanehigh insulating power rigid expanded polyurethane (PUR), with the following quality standards:initial standard thermal conductivity: λ > 0.020 W/mK (UNI EN 12667); total density: 40 kg/m3 ±10% (UNI EN 1602); closed cell contents: 90-95% (ASTM 2856); compressive strength: >100kPa (UNI EN 1607); dimensional stability at –25°C/+80°C < 1% (UNI EN 826)


Metalic plate supports

Steel Zinc-coated, pre-painted rolled steel, thickness between 0.4 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 10346).

Stainless Steel Rolled stainless steel, natural or satin finish, thickness between 0.4 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 10088).

Alluminium Rolled aluminium alloy, natural finish, embossed and pre-painted, thickness between 0.6 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 485). Copper Rolled copper, thickness between 0.5 and 0.8 mm (UNI EN 1172).