Aluminum composite panels (ACPs) are a popular building material. And they are known for their lightweight, durability, and versatility. They typically consist of two thin aluminum sheets bonded to a non-aluminum core, often made of polyethylene (PE) or a fire-resistant material. Different types of aluminum composite panels may vary in terms of core material, coating, and intended applications. Here are some common types of aluminium composite panels in the markets for you to choose:
Polyethylene (PE) Core Panels: These panels have a polyethylene core, which is a type of plastic. PE core panels are lightweight and cost-effective but may not be suitable for applications requiring higher fire resistance. Generally, they are popular used in indoor signage, cladding for buildings with low fire safety requirements.
Fire-Retardant (FR) Core Panels: The core material in these panels is treated to be fire-retardant. It provides better fire resistance compared to standard PE core panels. It makes this kind of ACPs often be used for buildings with higher fire safety requirements, such as high-rise structures.
Aluminum Core Panels: Instead of a plastic core, these panels have an aluminum core. This type offers enhanced rigidity and fire resistance. The aluminium core panels has good reputation among the customers. You can use it for high-performance applications where fire resistance and structural integrity are crucial. Meanwhile, our company can offer you aluminium honeycomb panels.
PVDF Coated Panels: The aluminum surfaces of these panels are coated with Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF). PVDF is a high-performance coating that enhances durability and resistance to weathering.
When choosing an aluminum composite panel, it’s important to consider factors such as fire resistance, durability, weather resistance, and the specific requirements of the intended application. You can choose ACPs according to your own requirements. And our company also provides aluminium sheets for your ACPs factory.