Strong and solid
Hebel PowerPanelXL is an ideal building material for residential projects. Suitable for new homes, recladding existing homes, and for low-rise residential projects, PowerPanelXL is fast to build with, performs well acoustically and provides excellent thermal insulation.
The PowerPanelXL system consists of 75mm thick, steel-reinforced AAC panels, fixed vertically to Hebel’s patented perforated Top Hat sections attached to a steel or timber loadbearing frame. Panels can be applied directly to steel framing without the need or cost of an additional thermal break.
Comfortable to live in, PowerPanelXL system provides sound insulation meaning less energy expended on heating, providing approx. 25% better thermal insulation than a vented AAC system (and 31% better than brick veneer).
The PowerPanelXL system has superior acoustic performance reducing noise transmission from external sources such as traffic, for a quieter home.
With a fire rating of 180 minutes without the need of additional material the Hebel PowerPanelXL system provides boundary wall capability and is rated against bushfires making it an ideal building in fire prone areas.
Quality and speed
PowerPanelXL – Standard Range 75mm
- 2400x600x75mm SQ1M0
- 2550x600x75mm SQ1M0
- 2700x600x75mm SQ1M0
- 3000x600x75mm SQ1M0
PowerPanelXL Non-structural – Made to Length in 5mm increments
- 2400 to 3000 x 600×75 Made to length PowerPanelXL SQ1M
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The content in the Design and Installation Guides for Low Rise Multi-Residential Intertenancy Walls, High Rise Apartments, Student Accommodation, Hotels and Commercial Corridor, Intertenancy, Shaft & Service Walls and High Rise Facades downloads are for Australian conditions. For documentation to support compliance of these systems with the NZ Building Code please contact Hebel NZ on 0800 4 HEBEL (0800 443 235).
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.