Sandwich panels are structural elements that are usually formed by joining two outer surface Decals between a core material (mostly insulation material). These panels are used in many areas such as industrial buildings, commercial buildings, cold storage facilities due to their light weight, insulation properties and fast installation. The use of sandwich panels on floors is also quite common, and special sandwich panel floor adhesives are used to fix these panels on the floor.


Sandwich panel floor adhesives are adhesive products designed to bond the bottom surface or core material of the sandwich panel to the floor and provide a strong connection. Some properties of these adhesives may be:

  1. High Adhesive Strength: Sandwich panels can be used under heavy loads and traffic, so the adhesives should have high adhesive strength.
  2. Flexibility: The bottom surface or core material of sandwich panels is often subjected to structural movements. Flexible adhesives can adapt to these movements and prevent cracks and surface distortions.
  3. Durability: Sandwich panel floor adhesives must be resistant to external factors, temperature and humidity changes.
  4. Insulation: Some sandwich panel floor adhesives may have insulating properties, thereby improving the thermal insulation of the floor.
  5. Fast Drying: The fast drying of the adhesive reduces the installation time and makes the structure usable faster.
  6. Chemical Resistance: Sandwich panels used in industrial areas may be exposed to various chemicals. Chemical resistant adhesives ensure a long service life of the floor.


Sandwich panel floor adhesives should usually be applied as recommended by the manufacturer. Correct application methods and surface preparation can increase the effectiveness and durability of the adhesive. In addition, adhesives, which must be selected in accordance with regional building standards and guidelines, may affect building safety and performance.