WHY CHOOSE IT?
They have a low market price and being quite light, many fixing points are not necessary. This also leads to savings on the cost of installation labor.
RESISTANCE AND VERSATILITY
Lightness, but at the same time a great ability to last over time and to be able to adapt to articulated geometric architectural forms. Aluminium composite panels are extremely durable and they can resist the action of atmospheric agents up to 30 years, unchanged from the original physical and mechanical characteristics. They must be cut, folded, curved, drilled, without losing the structural integrity of which they are present.
The characteristics of durability and resistance are due to the intrinsic ability of aluminum to resist corrosion. When aluminium is exposed to the air, it creates a thin layer of aluminium oxide which makes the facade resistant to corrosive phenomena. It should also be said that the materials and composites in aluminium available on the market are pre-treated with special products, formulating a protective patina that makes them even more resistant to corrosion and therefore ideal for installation on buildings in situations in coastal contexts or in extreme environments.
The panels can be cut, shaped, folded, milled for use in the construction sector, architectural design, interior design [architectural claddings, ventilated facades]. signage, thanks also to the direct use as a photo-graphic print support for the construction of exhibition stands, the advertising industry, the furniture industry etc.
+ LOW FLAMMABILITY
+ RESISTANCE TO ATMOSPHERIC AGENTS
+ WIDE RANGE OF COLOURS
+ VERSATILITY OF USE
+ PROCESSING FINISH DESIGN
The panel is a composite material with a sandwich structure, consisting of two low thickness external aluminium sheets [skins] bonded by a hot rolling process on a central layer more often made up of low density polyethylene.
The panels have the typical advantages of composite materials, among them there is the absence of acoustic resonances, from which the metal sheets are affected, the lower weight, thanks to the synthetic core and a high flatness, according to the standards typically achievable with lamination techniques.
The aluminium composite panels are fixed by means of quick coupling hooks with slots and pins on a support substructure consisting of vertical uprights and horizontal crosspieces, hooked, if it is a new building, to the structural skeleton of the building, [beams and pillars] or, in the case of renovation or maintenance of a property, directly to the existing wall facing.