The IADDIC SIP Panel Manufacturing Equipment (mold press) is used to make SIP panels for building everything from shelters, houses, schools, clinics, commercial structures, and more. This transportable sip factory equipment makes it possible for anyone involved in construction to control sip panel costs and avoid high fees and shipping charges added by sips panels manufacturers. Especially those in locations where SIP Panels are unavailable and the builder can not afford to ship pre-manufactured panels. The PBS3000 is used in the field so the necessity and constraints of having a “factory” are not necessary. Larger capacity systems called The Global Mobile Factory are available for high volume production of sip panels. Because construction involves building structures on different job sites, the PBS3000 is also portable and easily moved to those locations when needed.
PBS3000 Universal SIP Panel Manufacturing Equipment is a field operated SIP Panel mold/press.
Rugged and Capable Structural Insulated Panel Machines
The PBS3000 is a rugged and capable machine that is used to manufacture SIP panels, where they are needed most, on the job site. This is a very important shift in SIP Panel technology and lowers the cost as well as reduces the barrier of needing expensive factories. To accommodate large operations or for the construction of thicker panels, the sip equipment has optional automation and power assist functions built into a power stack.
The POD SIP Factory
SIP Panel Manufacturing Rates
Panels can be produced at rates of up to 3 panels per hour. This does not sound like much but compared to producing 50 sq feet of wall with studs, or brick and block, adding interior surfaces, insulation, and vapor barriers and the savings is immediately realized. Adding multiple PBS3000 SIP Panel Manufacturing Equipment “modules” together quickly multiplies the number of panels being produced. Up to 3 PBS3000’s can be configured as a POD and uses one polyurethane foam dispenser (shown on right). This is similar to a sip panel production line. Each line or POD is calculated on your specific production needs and takes into account the thickness of your panels and your panel production goals.
More SIP Panel Building Flexibility
If you have searched for SIP panels for your projects, you know what is available: a high priced product available in limited thicknesses and with limited skin choices. We change that by delivering a panel mold press that is flexible to meet your requirements. If you need thicker or thinner skins or thicker or thinner foam cores; no problem, the PBS3000 is adjustable! The system produces a thin wall or thick wall Insulated panel anywhere from 1-1/2″ – 12″ thick and receives almost any type and size of skin materials!
From Set up to SIP Panel structures in a Few Easy Steps
From setup to panel production is quite simple. All of our systems are built with the durability and ruggedness to perform in demanding locations. The PBS3000 does not require a “factory” and can be set up on a simple level work surface. Once on the level work surface attach any of the automated dispensing or lifting options to the power stack and the press is ready to produce panels.
It is possible to produce SIP Panels without automation under certain conditions. . Pictured on the right is a manual PBS3000 sip panel press used to make panels that were 1-1/2″ thick (core thickness). This type of press is ideal for disaster relief shelters and small structures. The primary consideration is the thickness of the core. If panels are to have a core of less then 1-1/2″ thick (for shelters or sheds) then the manual process may work for you. If you are building houses, it is not feasible to attempt to do so without the proper sip panel manufacturing equipment. The PBS3000 with automation/power stack options would be the lowest entry for making a sip panel house or other structures.
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