Wall systems in prefabricated buildings consist of several systems. If we examine these systems, we come across wall materials initially and these are divided into 2 as betopan and fiber glassent.

The material called betopan and fibercament constitute the wall material of prefabricated buildings and they are used on one wall, two inside and outside.

Prefabricated wall systems are usually produced in the form of standardized press panels, in this production, any of the betopan or fibercament materials are selected and first one surface of the plate is glued, then 4 - 6 - 8 cm thick eps styrofoam is placed on the glued surface and then glued again. A wall panel is formed by placing the betopan or fibercament plate we chose at the beginning on the styrofoam. The panels formed are pressed and left to wait for the glue to freeze, and after it is frozen, it is ready for assembly or shipment. (detail pictures are below)

In prefabricated wall systems, in addition to press panels, carcass panels are also made, and these panels are partially press panel. While the carcass panels are formed, the frame is first made from galvanized sheet, then a surface is covered with betopan or fiber glass material and the interior is laid as insulation material with styrofoam or glass wool, and the coating material of the outer surface is mounted and the carcassed panel is prepared. This system is generally used in double-storey buildings.

In prefabricated wall systems, there are coatings for the building to look more elegant and to make it more flashy.

Gypsum board (hides the transition metal between the two panels called 'H' between the walls and gives the impression of a reinforced concrete building)





Yalıpan (These materials are also made of betopan and fiber glass and are sheathed on the exterior of the building and each has a different pattern, allowing to create patterns such as stone, wood, etc.)

Below is the Image of Exterior Wall Coverings.


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