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As the original inventor of the aluminum composite panel, Alucobond is responsible for transforming the possibilities of modern architecture in the 20th century. Manufactured on four continents and distributed worldwide, Alucobond panels are now routinely used in prominent architectural projects for their nearly limitless shapes, colors, and sizes. A winner of many international building materials awards, Alucobond is also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council. The aluminum it uses in the manufacturing process contains on average 85% recycled materials, and 99.9% of all fugitive volatile organic compounds and excess paint are captured during the coloring process. Its products are also fully recoverable for recycling.
Made of two sheets of aluminum facings bonded to a polyethylene core, Alucobond panels come in a variety of thicknesses and fills for insulation and fire resistance. Their solid aluminum exterior is weather resistant, and the panels won’t lose shape or rigidity over time. Easy to clean and maintain, they can be used for cladding exterior canopies, and fascias. Available in standard and custom shapes, Alucobond panels come with either a metallic anodized finish or a premium coil coating in one of a full range of standard colors. Custom colors are available as well. Half the weight of a traditional aluminum panel, Alucobond panels are manufactured quickly and require minimal installation time.