What Are Sing Honeycomb Panels?

Sing Honeycomb is a sandwich panel composite material with built in structural grids. Our grids are made of vertical grain renewable veneer wood fiber, and foam. We construct our Singcore in a fashion similar to torsion box technology most commonly found in the airplane industry. This technology is what allows our panels remain strong, lightweight, and flat without denting, cracking, and warping. See a comparison here. Inventor Peter Sing uses this torsion box technology, along with wood fiber and foam to create patented Sing Honeycomb: the incredibly strong, true flat, lightweight, renewable composite material of the future. Check out our products section to see a few different applications.

Sing Core cut away to see torsion box core Singcore Core Structure
The secret of the Sing Honeycomb panel is in the Singcore. Our Singcore utilizes torsion box sandwich core technology to ensure strength, and allow our product to be lightweight.
16' x11' factory door made with 6mm Luan Plywood Skins True Flat
Sing Honeycomb sandwich panels utilize torsion box strength technology in order to ensure flatness.
Vertical Grain Veneer is the heart of our core Vertical Grain Wood Fiber
The heart of soul of Sing Honeycomb is in our patented Singcore invention. The core utilizes renewable vertical grain wood fiber and foam, to create our strong, lightweight, composite material.
Sing Core factory doors are very strong Strength
Sing  Honeycomb is stronger than solid wood, plastic, metal, glass, brick, and  concrete in terms of lbs. per lbs comparison.
Sing Core factory doors are very light weight Lightweight
Sing Honeycomb sandwich panels are strong, flat, and lightweight. A  4’ x  8’ x 1 ½” panel with 1/8 “ Luan skins, and solid wood edging weighs in at about 55 lbs. A standard sheet of plywood weighs in at about 96 lbs.

Sinc Core panels are resistant to rot Rot Resistant
Even without coating, Sing Honeycomb sandwich panels outlast plywood, solid wood, MDF, and particle board. Plywood and engineered wood rot crack because of the weak glue layers. Sing Honeycomb panels last because underneath the skins lie Singcore, which keeps the panels flat through torsion box technology, and therefore doesn’t allow the panel to crack.

 

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