KPS Global® is the largest provider of custom walk-ins to the convenience store, variety, supermarket, and warehouse club markets. With each unit custom-built to your specifications, our walk-in coolers and freezers set the industry standard. With access to our design and engineering services, your project will be built to your specifications.
KPS Global® panels are modular for ease of assembly with interlocking tongue-and-groove perimeter panels. KPSG uses a poured-in-place, CFC-free urethane for superior insulation.
Panels can be designed for indoor or outdoor applications. Panel operating temperatures are -40F to 175F. In addition, panels can span up to 22’ without any additional support in most indoor applications.
Tight-sealing, factory-installed double bulb-type NSF approved compression gaskets
Panels are fastened with the cam-lock system to ensure a tight seal. Metal clad surfaces, designed to your specifications and with tongue and groove frames, are joined with a cam-lock that allows for easy and fast on-site modular assembly.
Panel frames are constructed of Wood, INSULFRAME® High-Density Rail (HDR) urethane frames or FUSIONFRAME®, a patented frame system that offers the structural benefits of wood and the high-performing insulative properties of foam.
Panels are available in 3½”, 4” or 5” thickness.
Floor panels are constructed in the same manner as the walls and ceilings except for the addition of a substrate under the interior finish. Floor options based on intended use and load requirements:
Foot Traffic: Galvanized or Stainless Steel skins over foam
UNIFORM LOAD = 700 PSF
Hand Truck: 1/2” Plywood under any metal UNIFORM LOAD = 1000 PSF
Pallet Jack: 1/2″ Plywood under any metal with field applied 3/16″ DTA UNIFORM LOAD = 2500 PSF
Super Floor: 3/4″ Plywood under any metal with stiffeners at 12″ O.C. and field applied 3/16” DTA UNIFORM LOAD = 5000 PSF
Foam is an important part of the panel. There are two foam options most often used in the industry (polyurethane and extruded polystyrene). Polyurethane foam results in a lightweight, low cost amalgamated panel. The structure bonds and cures as one. XPS is an inferior option and why KPS Global® does not use this material in its panels.
To learn more about these two foam types, check out this comparison: