Products > SINGCORE Ceilings


(Coffered Ceiling, Ceiling Cloud, Box Beam Ceiling, Tegular Ceiling)


torsion box, sandwich panel, honeycomb panel, lightweight panel

Patented Sing Core: We put a torsion box in the SIP panel to make it better. The other names for our panels include sandwich panel, honeycomb panel and lightweight panel.

To order Sing panel products, fill out the order form, here.

Sing Ceiling Core

Sing Core is a veneer torsion box embedded in EPS foam. You can finish Sing Core with any load bearing facial material. In our core, we use the strongest material in the strongest form: vertical grain veneer! Our grid is stronger than other honeycomb sandwich cores because the veneer is arranged with the grain perpendicular to the skin.

Sing Ceiling Panel

Sing Panels come complete with solid wood edging sandwiched in between the skins.  Sing Panels and Beams are ready to distribute to consumers and businesses.  Sing Panels are ready to be stained or painted depending on order type. Just assemble, prepare, paint and enjoy.


Panel Technical Properties

Weight: Honeycomb Core sandwich construction is used mostly in aviation. Our core can make panels weigh as little as 30% as much as solid wood panels. Go to our Price and Order page to use our panel weight estimation calculator.

Insulation value: The R-Value of Sing Honeycomb Core is 3.5-6.5, whereas that of solid wood ranges from .71-1.4.

Strength: Vertical grain veneer enables a 2”x4’x8’ Sing panel to withstand up to 600 lbs.
Long Straight Beam
Precision: Torsion Box structure is no longer a dream for the highly trained craftsman. Our endless I beam construction keeps the surface of our panels flatter than solid wood (within .007in!).
Fire Resistance: Level 2

Sing Honeycomb Panels acclimatizing; according to the type of the skin. Aluminum, metal, plastic skin, concrete, and ceramic skin will be delivered in perfectly straight condition without any acclimatizing, plywood, hardboard, and hpl because it will take much less time to acclimatize than mdf. The best way to acclimatize is stand panels on edge with 4” or more of equal spacing between each panel.