Strong and secure
High performing PowerShield panels are used in Hebel fire and acoustic wall systems for power utilities and road and tunnel infrastructure. The systems are designed to withstand heat up to 1300oC and have high fire resistance performance when exposed to the Hydrocarbon Modified (HCM) fire curve for 2 hours. For structures in electromagnetic fields non-inductive panels can be supplied.
The PowerShield Acoustic Absorption wall system, with the same high fire performance characteristics of the fire wall system, uses a combination of PowerShield panels as the primary structure with a second skin using 75mm PowerPanel.
Readily available, fast to install onsite and easy to cut for service penetrations, PowerShield panels are lightweight compared with precast concrete panels at a quarter of the density.
Fast construction times
Highly fire resistant
Superior acoustic performance
High sustainability values
PowerPanelXL – for use in PowerShield system
- 2400 x 600 x 75 SQ1M0 (lighter density)
Other lengths available on request
PowerShield Panels – Tongue & Groove – Made to Order are to be designed and reinforced according to the wind loads and panel span – Non-Cuttable – AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ONLY
- 150mm – up to 6000x600x150mm – 10mm bevel
- 175mm – up to 6000x600x175mm – 10mm bevel
- 200mm – up to 6000x600x200mm – 10mm bevel
- 250mm – up to 6000x600x250mm – 10mm bevel
- 300mm – up to 6000x600x300mm – 10mm bevel
SQ = Square Edge; 1M = Single Mesh; 0 = No Bevel; T&G = Tongue & Groove
Note: Panels are non-cuttable i.e made to length
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- General Technical Manuals
- MSDS Files
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.