Characteristics of aluminum composite panels

Aluminum composite panel is a new type of decorative material, which has many incomparable advantages compared with other decorative materials. The reason is that the aluminum composite panel is a high-tech product, and both its production and application contain high technical content. Many advanced techniques are used in production to ensure the full play of material properties. On the other hand, because the aluminum-plastic panel is a composite material, many new properties that the original component materials do not have can be obtained through compounding. The main characteristics of the aluminum-plastic panel are shown in the following aspects.
1. Rich colors and strong decoration:
The surface of the aluminum composite panel can be made into various colors to carry out pattern designs that match all uses. The curtain wall decorated with aluminum-plastic panels is not inferior to the gorgeous glass curtain wall and elegant stone curtain wall. Under the sunlight, its layers are gorgeous and dignified, while avoiding light pollution.
2. High surface flatness:
Aluminum composite panels are produced by continuous thermal compound production process, so compared with single-material metal panels, their surface flatness is high, especially for large-sized panels.
3. Small quality:
The aluminum composite panel is composed of aluminum and a plastic core material with a relatively small density. Therefore, compared with aluminum (or other metals) with the same rigidity or the same thickness, its mass is smaller than that of glass and stone. much smaller.
4. Good rigidity:
The aluminum composite panel cleverly utilizes the mechanical principle of the I-beam structure, and ingeniously endows it with unique mechanical properties. Compared with the single-layer aluminum panel, its elastic limit is larger, and it is not easy to deform. In the state, it can maintain good leveling performance for a long time.
5. Good durability:
The aluminum composite panel adopts the metal and core material thermal composite technology, and the bond is firm. The surface coating is made of different materials according to the different use environments. Generally, three types of coatings are used, namely fluorocarbon coatings, polyester coatings, and acrylic coatings. Among them, fluorocarbon coatings, polyester coatings, and acrylic coatings. Carbon coatings have more excellent weather resistance and are mostly used in curtain wall decoration and special occasions. Experimental studies have shown that they can be used for more than 20 years in harsh outdoor environments.
6. Good processability:
Aluminum composite panels are composited of aluminum and plastic, easy to cut, punch, grooving, bending, etc., and can be processed with special processing equipment for aluminum or wood. Therefore, not only can it be processed in the production plant, but the proposed composite panels can be processed on site.
7. Excellent fire performance:
In the aluminum composite panel series, the fire-resistant aluminum-plastic panel adopts a newly developed core material, which is filled with other inorganic fillers, so the improvement of fire resistance performance has made a leap, can reach the B1 standard, and can meet the requirements of building regulations Require.
8. Good cost characteristics:
The production of aluminum composite panels adopts pre-coating continuous coating and metal/core material continuous thermal compounding process. Compared with ordinary metal veneers, it has high production efficiency and low raw material cost. It is a material with good cost characteristics.
9. Good environmental coordination:
The aluminum and plastic core materials in the discarded aluminum composite panels can be 100% recycled, and the environmental load is low.
10. Wide range of uses:
Aluminum composite panels are cost-effective and widely used. In addition to being applied to the decoration of curtain walls, interior and exterior walls, foyers, restaurants, shops, conference rooms, etc., they can also be used for the reconstruction of old buildings, as counters, furniture surfaces, and vehicles. inner and outer walls, etc.