A high performing product for external, internal and fire tunnel walls in commercial and industrial construction.

Hebel PowerPanel+ panels are available in a range of sizes

Tongue & Groove profile

Caged steel mesh, coated with an anti-corrosion protection layer for maximum strength and durability

Used for a range of applications, including low-rise industrial, commercial developments and high-rise offices, the PowerPanel+ system consists of Hebel panels installed vertically or horizontally to steel or concrete structural framing as a non-loadbearing cladding. This provides a cost-effective solution, with lightweight panels allowing reduced structural components and smaller lifting equipment compared to concrete.

Strong and solid, PowerPanel+ contains steel-reinforcement coated with a layer of anti-corrosion protection for maximum strength and durability. With excellent fire rating properties, thermal resistance performance, and less wastage resulting from the fact PowerPanel+ can be made to length, this system is the ideal choice for your next commercial or industrial project.


Strong and secure

Fast construction times

Risk minimisation

Easy fire-rating compliance

Easy acoustic compliance

Superior insulation qualities

Maximised floorspace

Design efficiency

High sustainability values

Product versatility


Product Sizes

PowerPanel+ for Commercial Walls

PowerPanel+ 100 – Commercial Wall Panels – Non Cuttable – (100mm Panel is offset T&G only)  – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY

  • 2700x450x100mm T&G2M5
  • 3000x450x100mm T&G2M5
  • 4500x600x100mm T&G2M5

PowerPanel+ 125 – Commercial Wall Panels – Non Cuttable – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY

  • 4500x600x125mm T&G2M10
  • 5990x600x125mm T&G2M10

PowerPanel+ 150 – Commercial Wall Panels – Non Cuttable – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY

  • 4500x600x150mm T&G2M10
  • 5990x600x150mm T&G2M10

PowerPanel+ Made to Order (MTO) – Commercial Wall Panels (100mm to 125mm thick) – Non Cuttable – (100mm Panel is offset T&G only) – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY

  • Up to 4000x600x100mm T&G – 5mm Bevel
  • Up to 6000x600x125mm T&G – 10mm Bevel

PowerPanel+ Made to Order (MTO) – Commercial Wall Panels – Non Cuttable (150mm to 300mm thick) are to be designed and reinforced to achieve greater windloads and panels spans – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY

  • Up to 6000x600x150mm T&G – 10mm Bevel
  • Up to 6000x600x175mm T&G – 10mm Bevel
  • Up to 6000x600x200mm T&G – 10mm Bevel
  • Up to 6000x600x250mm T&G – 10mm Bevel
  • Up to 6000x600x300mm T&G – 10mm Bevel

T&G = Tongue & Groove; 2M = Caged; 5 = 5mm Bevel; 10 = 10mm Bevel; Note: MTO Widths can vary 300mm to 600mm
Note: Panels are non -cuttable i.e made to length
Note: All Made to Order products are: Made to Confirmed Order Only – Minimum quantities and lead times apply – Engineering checks apply.


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Commercial and Industrial Wall Systems - Design Guide


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General Technical Manuals

Hebel Tech Man - Pt1 Products


The CSR Hebel Technical Manual has been prepared as a source of information to provide general guidance to consultants.
The contents of the Technical Manual are provided with consideration to and in accordance with the relevant Australian standards, legislative requirements and building regulations. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the information provided in this manual is appropriate and similarly conforms to the relevant New Zealand Standards, legislative requirements and building regulations.

Use of Technical Manual for Hebel AAC Block Structures
In New Zealand, AAC block structures require specific engineering design. Such design must be undertaken by a suitably qualified structural engineer. Furthermore, specification of control joint requirements & locations in Hebel AAC block structures must be assessed and verified by the structural engineer with consideration to the information within the Technical Manual and to the relevant masonry block Standards and Codes of Practice existing in New Zealand, specifically with reference to seismic design.


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