UCO Supertex Panel


Adorn your walls with the appealing looks of natural wood from UCO Supertex Panel. The panels blend ideally as feature wall, gable end, screen partition, infill partition or cladding.

UCO Supertex Panel saves cost by being low maintenance and termite-proof, without skimping on natural wood appearance and health issues, being asbestos-free and non-hazardous.

UCO Supertex Panel saves time due to its easy installation and cost efficiency. Best of all, UCO Supertex Panel is designed to imitate the aesthetics of wood texture, capturing the allure of timber while eliminating the limitations of timber being termite and rot-proof.


Dimension (mm) Nominal Weight (kg)
2400 x 1216 x 6.0 28.0


Tough yet flexible, it is unlikely to wrap, crack or split,

Durable, resilient to normal weather conditions.

Dimensionally Stable, minimal moisture movement

Termite free, unlike timber product that susceptible to termite attacks Termite free, unlike timber product that susceptible to termite attacks

Versatile application, suitable for all type of surface finishes

Aesthetic woodgrain appeal add beauty that does not wane

Fire resistant, does not burn and physical properties not degraded by exposure to temperatures ranging from 0°c to 105°c

Water Resistant, immune to permanent water damage

Environment friendly, green product, 100% asbestos free, non-hazardous to health

Virtually Maintenance-free, cost effective


UCO Panel is suitable for fixing to timber or metal framing. Framing should be constructed in accordance with local building regulations and accepted building practice. Studs should be spaced at 605mm centres. Maximum distance between noggings is 1220mm.


Metal Frames

Metal framing members should be fabricated from light gauge sheet metal 1.2 or 1.6mm thick.


UCO Panel must not be fixed directly to drawn steel or hot rolled steel sections which should first be battened out with timber battens of suitable thickness.



Where foil insulation is used as a climate control and moisture barrier, it should always be fixed to the outer side of the stud framework.


Frame Member Width At Joints

A minimum of 45mm finished plain timber is preferred for the face of a stud, or nogging under a joint to provide sufficient landing for nails or screws to be placed at the minimum recommended distance from the edge of the panel. Where necessary, pack out to provide additional landing.


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