A2 Grade Aluminum Corrugated Composite Panel


Aluminum composite panel is a lightweight cladding panel, which should be an ideal choice for exterior building exterior walls and fascia to improve the beauty and weather resistance of the building. The flat panel consists of two thin aluminum plates, which are glued to a non-aluminum core. If properly specified, installed and officially certified to comply with codes and regulations, this building material has many advantages. Aluminum composite panels (ACP) are commonly used in cladding buildings, usually as a form of rain screen. A rain screen (sometimes called an “exhaust, vent” or “pressure balance” appearance) is a part of a double wall structure. The rain curtain itself just prevents a significant amount of water from penetrating into the wall construction. Thermal insulation, air tightness and structural stability are provided by the second internal part of the wall structure.

Aluminum composite panels (ACP) are usually made of various types of core materials, and their applicability should be strictly reviewed and evaluated. These include mineral fibers (usually rock wool), PUR (polyurethane) foam, PIR (polyisocyanurate) foam, polystyrene and PF (phenolic foam). The key criterion here is the height of the structure used for the panels and their fire resistance. This is a popular product because of its precise flatness, various surface treatments and colors, light weight and formability. However, during a fire, the panels may delaminate, exposing the core material.

What is ACP?

ACP consists of two thin aluminum plates glued to a polymer core; it is the polymer core that makes the product flammable. Due to the low melting point of aluminum, the fire resistance of ACP with a polymer core of 30% or more is poor, so it is possible to spread fire from the panel to the panel. The most risky ACP products have a 100% polymer core and are usually made of polyethylene.

What is ACM

Aluminum Composite Panels (also known as “ACM”) is a leading exterior cladding choice for inspiring aesthetics that elevate the design of any application.

Yoobond ® Aluminum corrugated panel is a kind of aluminum composite Materials manufactured by using aluminum sheet as its front sheet and corrugated core as its core material, by selecting back sheet (or non-composite back sheet) in accordance with an application environment, with such features as a wide plate surface, good flatness, small falling deviation size and so on.
Aluminum Corrugated Panels
The core sheet of the aluminum corrugated sheet is of the water ripple shape, which forms an air passageway between the front panel and rear panel, that is, a hollow system, so that the sheet is among the best products for heat insulation. The remainder of the corrugated sheet in engineering can be recovered by 100%, being environmentally-friendly and pollution-free.


regular size(W*L*H) 600x1200x6mm
Max. size(W*L*H) 1500mmx6000mmx25mm
Available thickness: 4mm-25mm
Corrugated core thickness: 0.2-0.5mm
Regular surface finish: PVDF,PE, Spray Coating

Size, shape, color and surface finish can be customized as requested.


  • Super flatness
  • Light weight
  • A2 Fire-resistance
  • Good anti-peel strength
  • Recyclable and environmental friendly
  • Consistent flatness. Consistent completion.
    In terms of consistency and precision, aluminum composites are one of the best materials that the metal building product industry must provide. An important consideration when choosing a building panel system is to understand that aluminum composites do not have “oil cans.” The composite panel is flat during manufacture, and remains flat after installation, resulting in a balanced panel without distortion.
  • Cost-effective, cost-effective. Economical.
    Contrary to popular belief, due to significant improvements in product technology, manufacturing efficiency and installation technology, today’s aluminum composite panel systems are more affordable and cost-effective than ever before. This cost-effectiveness has promoted their increasing popularity and use in many different applications including interior decoration.
  • Low maintenance, life cycle cost. maintain.
    Due to advances in paint application and coating technology, aluminum composite materials have maintained their gloss for decades, ensuring that the building maintains its aesthetic appeal and property value for a long time, thereby reducing maintenance costs. Compared with alternative exterior walls such as prefabricated, granite or brick, aluminum composite panels can also save costs when the panels are damaged due to the modular structure.
  • Durable and light weight, it completes the defense of building envelope structure.
    Aluminum composite panels provide a reliable building envelope that can resist elements and prevent air and water infiltration.



Aluminum composite panels can be used in a variety of applications, including exterior wall cladding, interior feature walls and entrances, canopies, signs and corporate logos, column covers, etc.
  • Building exterior, interior wall covering, ceilings, partitions
  • Column covers and soffit and fascia panels
  • Signage and white boards
  • Furnitures and Tables
  • Rounded walling, roofing
  • office buildings
  • warehouses
  • multi-family residences
  • hotels, restaurants
  • car dealers
  • gas stations
  • schools
  • retail shopping centers
  • entertainment centers

Aluminum Corrugated Panels

ACM materials come in a variety of stunning bright colors and finishes, including

Prismatic finish
Metal finish
Mica finish
Anodizing treatment
Natural wood veneer
Stone veneer
Solid color and matte finish

Aluminum composite panel design

ACM panels can be manufactured in countless shapes and sizes to provide a refreshing, clean, uncompromising aesthetic and high-quality appearance. Many of the projects we work on include most of the various standard style panels, but also custom panels such as column covers, curved panels, and perforated panels. In addition to unlimited design possibilities, ACM materials are also known for their superior strength, light weight, durability and multiple color finishes.

Why is ACP used as a cladding for facades because it is combustible?

The use of combustible components on the facades of high-rise buildings was previously banned until the early 1990s, after which they were allowed to be installed in accordance with the “performance standards” of the Building Code of Australia (BCA). It is this change in building codes that has led to the increase in the use of ACP in the industry.