Combined thermal insulation and waterproof solution to the perennial “too hot/too cold” issue with conservatory roofs is provided by a single-panel type. Replace existing polycarbonate or glass roof panels directly with insulated waterproof sandwich panels available in many thicknesses and sizes. If you’re looking for insulated roof panels for your conservatory, contact CorePro Systems today.

Based in Devon, we work with clients across the UK.

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Stadur Produktions GmbH, one of the largest producers of composite panels in Europe, has been making insulated sandwich panels for over 30 years supplying clients in many countries around the world for many different applications.

During that time Stadur has developed a strong reputation for product innovation, regularly launching new products whilst always remaining competitive.

MADE IN GERMANY

  • Supply only or installer option (Network of local installers across much of the country)

TO YOUR SPECIFICATION

  • Thickness 10mm to 100mm
  • Extra long length up to 7.5 metres
  • Widths up to 2.2 metres
  • Different colours: White, slate grey, copper brown externally. White, cream/ivory internally
  • Stadurlon (Polypropylene) or Stadur Top (Aluminium) skins
  • Integral acoustic and security layer options

SIMPLE FAST INSTALLATION

  • Direct drop in replacement for existing glass or polycarbonate panels
  • Usually completed same day
  • INSTALLATION SERVICE AVAILABLE ACROSS THE UK – Through our network of local partner installers.

EXCELLENT THERMAL PERFORMANCE

  • Cut out solar gain and reduce heat loss through roof by 50-80%

LIGHTWEIGHT

STRONG

WATERPROOF

LARGE PANEL FORMATS FOR CUTTING & TRIMMING ON SITE OR SUPPLIED CUT TO SIZE

  • Long lengths up to 7.5 metres. Widths up to 2.2 metres

10 YEAR GUARANTEE

  • UV Stability
  • Bonding

ADDITIONAL ACOUSTIC and SECURITY OPTIONS

  • Acoustic layer to further reduce rain noise
  • Aluminium layer for added security

LOW COST

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Please state maximum length (approx), width (approx), thickness and number of panels plus approximate roof area.

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Stadurlon FB-1/SL. (Custom plastic skin – similar to PVC)

  • Simple white/white top skin/bottom skin panels
  • Composite solid panels
  • Range of gloss levels
  • Panel sizes 4000 x 2000 (white only); 3000 x 2000, 2000 x 1000; 3000 x 1500 (others on request)
  • Skin thicknesses 1.0mm; 1.3mm; 1.5mm; 2.0mm
  • Overall panel thickness 10mm – 100mm
  • Optional 3mm acoustic layer

Stadur Top & Top Phon. (Aluminium skins)

  • Panels that offer a choice of darker colours for the top skin
  • Composite panels with 0.72mm aluminium skins top and bottom or with a Stadurlon bottom skin
  • Available in RAL colours 9010 white, 9016 white, 1015 cream white, 8004 matt red, stone red (no RAL-colour), 7024 graphite, 8004 Copper brown, 9010 Stucco white.
  • Panels size 1200mm wide. 3m, 4m, 5m, 6m, 7m and 7.5m lengths available
  • Overall panel thickness 16mm – 100mm
  • Optional 3mm acoustic layer

Special Stadur Top & Top Phon self supporting panels for lean-tos/ Ultralite 500s.

  • White or darker coloured top skins available
  • Composite panels with 0.72mm aluminium skins top and bottom or with a Stadurlon bottom skin
  • Available in RAL colours 9010 white, 9016 white, 1015 cream white, 8004 matt red, stone red (no RAL-colour), 7024 graphite, 8004 Copper brown, 9010 Stucco white.
  • Panel size 1200mm wide. 3m, 4m, 5m, 6m, 7m and 7.5m lengths available
  • Overall panel thickness 52mm – 100mm
  • Optional 3mm acoustic layer (Stadur Top Phon)
  • Grooved profiled long edges
  • Separate waterproof panel tongue section
  • Smooth flat roof, no rails, no troughs, easy to clean.
  • Continuous thickness of insulation across whole roof
  • Ideal for replacing/ upgrading Ultralite 500 systems.
FB-1SL Stadurlon
Stadur Top Phon Copper Brown
Stadur Top LT
Bespoke

Polycarbonate roof sheets have a finite life expectancy, somewhere between 10 and 15 years.

When the time comes to replace the roof panels the owner now has a few options:

1. Replace like for like – limited thermal improvement.

2. Replace the old panels with solid insulated conservatory roof panels

3. More drastically replace the whole roof.

With the increasing concern to save energy and extend the annual use of the conservatory, options 2 and 3 are becoming increasingly popular.

The change to solid panels not only reduces heat loss it also reduces solar gain and so breaks the cycle of having a conservatory that is too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. Furthermore, it also introduces shading – think how much difference a parasol makes on a sunny day.

Replacing the whole roof can be an expensive choice requiring a structural check of the existing frame and sometimes even foundations due to the additional weight; it typically also requires specialist installation.

There is an alternative…

  • A combined thermal insulation and waterproof solution to the perennial “too hot/ too cold” issue with conservatory roofs provided by simply using a single panel type.
  • Replace the existing polycarbonate or glass roof panels directly with insulated waterproof sandwich panels; available in many thicknesses and sizes to fit the existing structure perfectly.
  • A task well within the remit of most competent “DIYers”.
  • Usually completed in the same day. Small lean-tos in half a day.
  • Sandwich panels have been used for their structural strength and lightness for many years and feature in marine and aeronautical structures as well as insulated vehicle bodies and modular buildings.
  • Insulated conservatory roof panels manufactured to your specifications by Stadur, one of Europe’s largest sandwich panel makers. Based in Germany, Stadur has an enviable reputation for innovation and for manufacturing products with proven quality and longterm performance.
  • There is a choice of colours so that the panels can be made to blend in with surrounding colour schemes.
  • The panels are lightweight, extremely strong, easy to handle and very efficient thermally even though relatively thin due to the XPS insulation core.
  • Depending on the roof panel thickness and type of insulation used it is possible, in a straight replacement of polycarbonate with solid insulated panels, to reduce heat loss through the roof by between 50 and 70%
  • Solar gain, due to direct sunlight, is also vastly reduced.