Why Choose Yeti Cool Panels Insulated Panelling & IBR Roofing?

Your insulated panelling and IBR roofing partner.

Namibian Manufacturers of quality insulated panels and IBR Roofing

At Yeti Cool Panels, we’re set on making the best Insulated Panels, IBR Roofing and related products and trims. We are constantly expanding and refining our product offering and finding better and more innovative ways to produce insulated panels and IBR roofing. This drives us to build strong client partnerships and supplier relations.

Our modern, agile factory and dedicated staff geared to manufacturing and sourcing the best for our clients.

With our passion for innovation, resourcefulness and customer service, we are often called upon to collaborate with our clients with in-house prototyping or finding new applications for our products. We love every challenge. Contact us to discuss your next project.

CUSTOM REQUESTS: Prototyping Pre-fab buildings & Freezer Rooms

At Yeti we’ve made it our pledge to stick to manufacturing the best Insulated Panels, IBR Roofing and Insulated Doors. And we are always looking at new ways to provide better service and help our clients. This helps us to grow our partnership with you, improve our product, and help our clients to provide a better service and product to their clients.

If you’d need assistance to test a concept, let us see how we can help. We have built successful prototypes Move your next idea from the drawing board to reality. Contact us and let’s make a plan together.



Manufacturing methods

Insulated panels are made when three separate elements are “sandwiched together” to form one structure. The combined properties of the high tensile and compressive strength of the outer steel skins and the high shear strength of the inner core leads to a building material which has a much longer spanning capacity and is lighter in weight than traditional building materials.

The most common cores used in Insulated Panel construction are Expanded Polystyrene (EPS), Expanded Polystyrene Fire Resistant (EPS-FR), Polyurethane Foam (PUR) or Polyisocyanurate Foam (PIR).


  • Significantly reduces the amount of energy required to keep buildings within a comfortable temperature range.
  • Light weight, low maintenance, recyclable and reusable.
  • Steel skins can be made with between 10-30% recycled material.
  • Reduces landfill over standard framed construction methods.
  • Provides continuous insulation that reduces or eliminates thermal bridging.
  • Provides a consistent level of insulation that is impervious to compression, water vapour, vermin and rot.
  • Reduces air-leakage/infiltration rates.
  • Significantly shortens construction time.