Submitted 9 months ago by kingpanel
Aluminium composite panel (ACP), which is also often called aluminium composite material (ACM), is a type of flat panel that consists of two skinny thin aluminium sheets that are commonly merged with a non-aluminium core. Aluminium composite panels are commonly used for external cladding or facades of buildings and homes, insulation in order to control temperature, and signage for speed limit boards, highway and motorway signs, billboards, adverts, street signs and similar board patterns. If the core material is flammable, usage may be problematic as a building material and some jurisdictions have banned their use.
The lightweight and cheap metal aluminium makes composite panels excellent for commercial use as display, signage, as signboards and for advertising panels.
Aluminium composite panels have a three layer composite structure. The top and bottom layers are covered with Aluminium sheet with a standard thickness of 0.30mm, the central core is low density polyethelene, The panel can be painted upon using color, which is often seen in the form of road signs and adverts.