I-C-P Produces composite sandwich panels. A sandwich panel is made of two thin, but strong and rigid skins separated by a core. The two faces of a panel are fabricated by laminated plates. The core of a sandwich is a lightweight material to form a rigid structural panel.
Although I-C-P could use a wide range of material like steel, aluminum and wood as core material, the main productions are limited to Expanded polystyrene (EPS), Polyurethane (PU), Honeycomb and Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) now.
The most popular skins that I-C-P uses in its production are woven roving high fiberglass content and pre-laminated low fiberglass content skins. The size and material of the skin is choosing by expected requirements.