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Stainless Steel Composite Panel

The surface of our stainless steel panel is generally made of 304 stainless steel, and the backplane is an aluminum coil, which is convenient for processing, but the surface performance is more stable than that of ordinary aluminum composite panels. And it is not easy to deform or be corroded. It is an extremely preferred exterior wall material or interior decoration material. The middle layer also uses a non-toxic low-density polyethylene (PE) core or fire-resistant core (FR). Stainless steel surface treatment can be divided into mirror treatment, fog surface treatment, and wire drawing treatment.

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Jiangyin Yoobond New Composite Materials Co., Ltd.

Jiangyin Yoobond New Composite Materials Co., Ltd. is a one-step R&D enterprise for new composite materials. It owns the brands YOOBOND® and优沃星®. The main products include Aluminum Composite Panels, Film Laminated Metal Composite Panels, Stainless Steel Composite Panels Galvanized Steel Composite Panel, and New Composite Panel including Aluminum Honeycomb Composite Panels, Aluminum Core Panels, Aluminum Corrugated Composite Panel and etc., the above panels can meet the national standard of B1 grade flame retardant and A2 grade fire resistant.

Our company pursues the purpose of "Than natural" to make our products more environmental. Strictly in accordance with the requirements of the ISO 14001:2004 environmental management system cutting-edge, new-era products, better provide customers with competitive solutions and products, and successfully designed and built dozens of large and medium-sized engineering projects at home and abroad.

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    20 years R&D experenice in
    composite materials

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    Well sold in more than
    40 countries and regions

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    Cooperate with global
    top 500 enterprises

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    More than 3000 color/patterns
    are available

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  • EN13501 B1 Grade
  • CE certification
  • Certificate of ISO
  • Certificate of ISO
  • Certificate of ISO
  • B1 level test report
  • ASTM
  • ASTM 2
  • AS1530.3
  • A2 grade metal coated panel
  • A2 FR Core Testing
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Stainless Steel Composite Panel Industry knowledge

How does the structural strength of these panels compare to traditional building materials?
Stainless Steel Composite Panels offer competitive structural strength compared to traditional building materials like solid stainless steel or aluminum panels. Here are some key points to consider:
Stainless Steel Surface: The use of 304 stainless steel on the panel's surface provides inherent strength and rigidity, making it highly resistant to impact and deformation.
Aluminum Coil Backplane: The aluminum coil backplane enhances structural stability while maintaining a lightweight characteristic that is beneficial for ease of handling and installation.
Composite Construction: The combination of stainless steel and aluminum in a composite panel format optimizes strength-to-weight ratios. This allows for robust structural integrity without adding excessive weight to building structures.
Core Options: Depending on the core material chosen (such as non-toxic PE or fire-resistant core), the panels can further enhance structural stability and fire safety ratings, making them suitable for a wide range of architectural applications.
Testing and Standards: These panels typically undergo rigorous testing to ensure they meet or exceed industry standards for structural performance, including load-bearing capacities and resistance to wind loads and seismic forces.
Stainless Steel Composite Panels provide a balance of strength, durability, and design flexibility that make them a viable alternative to traditional building materials, offering both aesthetic appeal and structural reliability in various construction projects.


What measures are in place to protect the surface finish during handling and installation?
To protect the surface finish of Stainless Steel Composite Panels during handling and installation, several measures are typically implemented:
Protective Films: Manufacturers often apply temporary protective films on the stainless steel surface. These films safeguard the finish from scratches, abrasions, and other damage during transportation, handling, and installation.
Packaging: Panels are carefully packed using materials that cushion and secure them during transit. This packaging helps prevent physical damage and ensures that panels arrive at the site in pristine condition.
Handling Procedures: During handling, contractors and installers are instructed to use proper lifting and carrying techniques to minimize the risk of surface damage. This includes using appropriate lifting equipment and avoiding dragging or sliding panels against rough surfaces.
Installation Techniques: Installers follow specific installation guidelines provided by the manufacturer to maintain the integrity of the surface finish. Proper tools and techniques are used to handle panels without causing scratches or dents.
Site Protection: Prior to installation, precautions may be taken to protect panels from environmental elements (e.g., dust, dirt, construction debris) that could potentially damage the surface finish.