What is aluminium cladding?

What is aluminium cladding?

Aluminium cladding is a type of cladding made from a thin layer of aluminum coating on the exterior. Some aluminium cladding is structured as a layer of polyethene plastic in between two external aluminium sheets.

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Aluminium Cladding Versatility

Aluminium Cladding offers not only color options, but also patterns, shapes, sizes, effects, and more. It can almost always be customized. It is one of the easiest metals to melt or bend. Because of its low melting point, it is easy to shape and melt. As such, it is also widely used for special designs where curved and uncommon shapes are required for facades. For a more three-dimensional effect, the architects implemented wave and ripple patterns, which are just some of the effects that can be made.

Aluminium Cladding Versatility

Aluminium Cladding | Main uses of aluminum

Aluminium Cladding | Main uses of aluminum

The use of a substance depends to a large extent on the properties of the substance. Because aluminum has a variety of excellent properties, aluminum has an extremely wide range of uses. Aluminum and its aluminum alloys are currently one of the most widely used and most economical materials. Since 1956, the world's aluminum output has surpassed the copper output and has always ranked first in the non-ferrous metals. At present, the output and consumption of aluminum (calculated by tons) is second only to steel, and it has become the second largest metal used by human beings. Moreover, aluminum resources are very rich. According to preliminary calculations, the mineral reserves of aluminum account for more than 8% of the constituent materials of the earth's crust. . Aluminum's light weight and corrosion resistance are two outstanding features of its performance.

Classification of Aluminium Cladding

Togen aluminum cladding products include aluminum solid panels, composite panels (aluminum, stainless steel, stone, and other materials can be used for panels), roll-coated panels, laser-cut panels, perforated panels, expanded mesh, honeycomb panels, and more. We provide detailed design, sample matching, installation system recommendations, and coated manufactured products to meet all customer needs.

Classification of Aluminium Cladding

Aluminium Cladding | Physical Properties of Aluminum

Aluminum Cladding | Basic physical properties of aluminum

Aluminum is a silver-white light metal. Extensible. Commodities are often made into columns, rods, flakes, foils, powders, ribbons and filaments. In moist air, it can form an oxide film that prevents metal corrosion. The aluminum powder treated with acid can burn violently when heated in the air, and emit a dazzling white flame. Easily soluble in dilute sulfuric acid, dilute nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide solution, insoluble in water, but can slowly react with hot water to form aluminum hydroxide, relative density 2.70, elastic modulus 70Gpa, Poisson's ratio 0.33 . Melting point 660 ℃. Boiling point 2327 ℃. It is widely used for its light weight, good electrical and thermal conductivity, high reflectivity and oxidation resistance. The aluminum used for daily utensils is usually called "steel" or "steel grade".

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Stronger and stable structure. -Lighter weight. -Better flatness, excellent coating performance. -Excellent weather resistance greatly prolongs the service life.

Aluminum roller coating panels are very durable and can last up to 20 years.

In extreme conditions, fires can produce flames of 50 meters or more, with flame temperatures exceeding 1200°C. But aluminum is not flammable, so it is classified as a non-flammable building material. Furthermore, our aluminum solid panel has pass test and classified as Class A1 for fire resistant performance.

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