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The ultimate choice for mid to high-rise cladding, Aluminum Plates are made of solid 3.2 mm (.125″) aluminum alloys (5005-H34 or 3003-H14). Aluminum Plates are one of the most resilient materials compared to other cladding materials and has higher durability in severe and volatile weather. They are also light weight and are more installation-friendly which reduces turnaround time of the project. Due to their resiliency specially against positive and negative wind force at heights, they are considered the best choice for high-rise cladding. Alumtech Bond’s Aluminum Plates System has been specially designed to meet higher load targets and to withstand severe elements. These panels are coated through a certified process that has been tested to resist peeling and fading. The available coating options extend the durability for the gloss to up to 40 years. Alumtech Bond uses a dry joint rainscreen system that drives the moisture out of the system. We use a specially-engineered extrusion that increases the reliability of the panels and enforces the capacity of the panels to withstand external pressures.
Alumtech Bond’s Aluminum Panels conform to “CAN/CGSB-93.1M”.
The existing standards in the industry allow the following color profiles:
Anodized: Architectural Class 1, 20 um (.0008″) or Class 2, 10 um (.0004″) in solid colours.
Painted: PPG Duranar fluorocarbon coatings with Kynar 500 resin in a variety of architectural colors. Any color or finish in matte, metallic, spectra at low to high gloss levels are available.
What are the advantages in using Aluminum Panels:
Before Aluminum Panels are ready to be installed on the building, they undergo a complex coating system that is supposed to last decades. This calls for special handling of the product up to the time they are mounted on the walls. To fulfil the special handling, Alumtech Bond has arranged for total delivery options that include packaging of the panels in crates and drop shipping of the crates at the job site to protect the glossy surface of the panels.