Aluminum Composite Panels

What is Aluminum Composite Material?

Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) also Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) is a type of flat panel that consists of two thin aluminium sheets bonded to a non-aluminium core. The core is commonly low density polyethylene, or a mix of low density polyethylene and mineral material to exhibit fire retardant properties. ACPs are frequently used for external cladding or facades of buildings, insulation, and signage.

Aluminium sheets can be coated with polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF), fluoropolymer resins (FEVE), or polyester paint. Aluminium can be painted in any kind of colour, and ACPs are produced in a wide range of metallic and non-metallic colours as well as patterns that imitate other materials, such as wood or marble.

ACPs are frequently used for external cladding or facades of buildings, insulation, and signage. Structures make optimal use of ACP through its cost, durability and efficiency. Its flexibility, low weight and easy forming and processing allow for innovative design with increased rigidity and durability.

These Are Our Tested Attachment Systems

AMD1500 Wet Joint

The AMD1500 Wet Joint Route & Return System uses an aluminum extrusion attachement. This tight fitting panel system utilizes a backer rod and industrial silicone cualk to seal the joint providing a completely watertight building envelope.

AMD2000 Dry Joint

The AMD2000 Dry Joint Route & Return System is also knwo as a "rainscreen" system. It is fabricated with a double female aluminum extrusion attachement. This allows for the use of a color matching aluminum strip to seal the joint. It is designed to direct rain water down and away to keep the building envelope from being penetrated.

AMD2500 Gasket

The AMD2500 Gasket Route & Return System utilizes a custom, aluminum extrusion attachement. These extrusions are designed with containment ridges that, once installed, hold an industrial silicone gasket in place. This superior system creates a durable watertight building envelope that is easier to maintain than a "Wet System".