Aluminum Composite Panels are sandwiched panels having a polyethylene core between layers of aluminum sheets. It is made of thermoplastic material that is both combustible and non-combustible and is utilized both inside and outside of structures. These composite panels are created by joining two sheets of aluminum to a core made of another material. All types of buildings can benefit from the use of aluminum composite panels. The panels’ primary function is to support the dead wall and beautify the building’s elevation. For flat aluminum bars, aluminum composite panels are also used to increase durability.They are offered in a variety of colors, sizes, and forms.

Lamination process is adopted to manufacture the aluminium composite panels. Its top and the bottom layers are of coated aluminium sheets and the core sandwiched between them is polyethylene. It comprises of;

  • Protection Film
  • PVDF/Polyester Resin Based Coating
  • Primer Coating
  • Aluminium Coil
  • Adhesive Film (Polyolefin)
  • Polyethylene Core (LDPE)
  • Adhesive Film (Polyolefin)
  • Aluminium Coil
  • Service Coating (Anti-corrosive)


The aluminium is lighter than other cladding panel materials. When it is exposed to air it forms a special layer of aluminium oxide which protects the panels from rusting and corrosion. Aluminium composite panels are subjected to the process called anodization which increases aluminium panel thickness. Aluminium material are unaffected even  exposed to moisture and sunlight which is a major advantage of using it. Its advantages include;

  • Can bend, fold and turn easily
  • Flatness
  • Wide range of colours and finishes
  • Excellent thermal and acoustic insulation
  • Borer, termite, and fungi resistant
  • Available in different thicknesses
  • Can be made fire retardant
  • Have antimicrobial properties
  • UV ray resistant
  • Lightweight and corrosion and shock resistant
  • Environment-friendly
  • Fully recyclable
  • Withstands extreme weather conditions
  • Easy to clean
  • Easy to perforate
  • Earthquake resistant
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