Composite Wall Cladding Panels

The composite materials currently being used in building construction actually has its origins throughout a wide range of industry. They have been designed with the intention of wide ranging uses throughout a buildings facade.

Composite aluminum sheets consist of 0.5mm thick aluminum skins over a thermal plastic core. The total sheet thickness is 4mm. The core is either polyethylene (PE) or a specially formulated fire retardant polymer (FR) meant for non-combustible applications.

The primary features of composite material are:

  • Superior flatness
  • Colour consistency

The colour is consistent from sheet to sheet because the coating is applied in a continuous line process in the factory, before the panels are fabricated. Colour consistency is of particular concern where large façade areas are to be clad or where metallic finishes are specified.

A wide range of standard colours are available. Custom colours and some exotic metal finishes can also be specified.

Our modular wall cladding system uses state-of-the-art aluminum composite material and concealed framing to create an extremely strong, flat surface that eliminates dimpling, buckling, and oil-canning. Our prodcts pressure-equalized rainscreen design with dry vented joints controls moisture drainage. Fabricated with corrosion-resistant materials, Aluminium panels look attractive – with minimal maintenance – for years to come.

Affordability and design flexibility, all in one panel system.  With a state-of-the-art composite material and hidden fasteners, it is perfect for almost any application, whether you’re making a corporate branding statement or improving your existing facility.



Cladding Contractors, Cladding London.


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