What is ACP

Aluminium composite panel is a complex multilayer panel made by thermal moulding. 

ALUFAS® ACP consists of two layers of aluminium with variations of thickness of 0.3; 0.4; 0.5 mm, polymer filler and high-molecular film between them, which ensures reliable bonding of the layers. 

An aluminium alloy of EN AW3003 H24 is used for the production of ALUFAS® composite panels, which is optimal in terms of stiffness and ductility.

Traditionally, an aluminium composite panel has a thickness ranging of 3 to 5 mm, but it is recommended to use an aluminium panel of at least 4 mm thick for the facade facing.

The high quality of the outer layer of ALUFAS® composite panel is achieved through the use of PVDF polymer coating and nano-coating that ensure resistance of the panels to weather conditions and industrial contamination, protect against corrosion, burning-off and abrasive wear. 

The face of the material is covered with a two-layer protective film that prevents damage to the panel surface during transportation, processing and mounting. The protective film shall be removed within 45 days after mounting.

The protective film of ALUFAS® composite panels shows arrows that indicate the ACP painting, which shall be taken into account when making and placing cassettes on the facade. Use of panels of different groups or different batches can distort colour transfer. In order to ensure a uniform colour, it is recommended to order the amount required for the project in one batch.