Aluminium Composite Paneling



 Aluminum composite panels (ACP) are a type of building material commonly used for external cladding of buildings. They consist of two thin aluminum sheets bonded to a non-aluminum core, typically made of polyethylene (PE), fire-retardant material, or a mineral core. The outer aluminum sheets provide durability, weather resistance, and aesthetic appeal, while the core adds rigidity and insulation properties. They can be used for internal and external walls, shop awnings, doors, signage, ceilings and more.


Aluminium composite panels are composed of two thin, massive aluminium sheets that are bonded to a core of the plastic polyethylene. Together with the plastic core, the aluminium forms a sort of sandwich. We offer various colours


Durability: Aluminum is resistant to corrosion, weathering, and UV radiation, ensuring long-term performance.

ACP surfaces are smooth and easy to clean, requiring minimal maintenance over their lifespan.

Aesthetic appeal: ACP comes in various colors, finishes, and textures, allowing for design versatility and architectural creativity.

It's important to note that concerns have been raised about the fire safety of certain types of ACP, particularly those with flammable cores, following incidents such as the Grenfell Tower fire in London in 2017. As a result, building regulations and standards have been updated in many regions to address the use of ACP and ensure fire safety in construction.