Aluminum composite material (ACM) typically consists of two thin aluminum sheets bonded to a core material, often made of polyethylene or another similar substance. The aluminum sheets are usually around 3mm thick each, creating a panel that’s approximately 3mm in total thickness.
This material is known for its durability, lightweight nature, and versatility, making it popular for various applications in construction, signage, architecture, and more. Its weather-resistant properties, coupled with its ability to be easily shaped and formed, make it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The aluminum surface provides a sleek, modern appearance while the core material adds strength and stability to the panel.
ACM panels are commonly used for exterior cladding, building facades, signage, and interior design elements due to their aesthetic appeal, ease of installation, and resistance to corrosion.