ALUMINIUM COMPOSITE PANEL CLADDING
Aluminium Composite Panels were invented in Europe to clad walls with a material that would be protective, durable and enhance the glamour and style of buildings. It was conceived and devised as a panel in which polyethylene was sandwiched between two layers of aluminium coil and the top layer was coated with PVDF resin based paint. Through the years the quality and looks of Aluminium panel sheet has evolved. Today it is sleeker and offers a plethora of colours. What's more, the panels are available in a wide range of thicknesses, starting from 1.5mm to 6mm.
Aluminium Composite panels are sandwich panels comprising of two aluminium sheets bonded to a non-aluminium core. It is widely used as a very popular building cladding material for modern buildings. Its seamless finish imparts a very contemporary look to the buildings.