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ALUBANG galvanized steel composite panel combines two galvanized steel surface layers with a non-toxic low-density polyethylene core and comes with a protective film on both sides. Front and reverse side are coated with white or other colors.
Both sides of the panel have a flat, smooth, uniform surface. Available coatings include a digital finish to help produce vibrant, color-fast prints, and a whiteboard coating, suitable for use with dry-wipe markers. ALUBANG galvanized steel panel is available in either digital/digital or digital/whiteboard options.
Ideal for hoardings, whiteboards, printing and many other applications, the galvanized steel provides additional strength plus the versatility of a magnetically receptive surface. ALUBANG galvanized steel panels can be fabricated, are strong, self-supporting and offer outstanding reliability with the backing of a 5 years guarantee * for interior use.
(* Our 5 years guarantee covers interior use. Whilst the product is suitable for exterior use, any cut/exposed edges must be treated and protected in order to prevent oxidization when exposed to weathering.)
1. Strong and durable galvanized steel
2. Available in digital/digital or white board/white board finish
3. Magnetically receptive surface
5. Distinct coating on either side of the panel
UV & Screen Printing
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Answer: Composite panel is a type of building material made by combining two or more materials to create a stronger and more durable product. Composite panels are commonly used in construction, transportation, and industrial applications.
Answer: Examples of composite panels include aluminum composite panels (ACP), fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) panels, insulated metal panels (IMP), wood-plastic composite (WPC) panels, and steel composite panels.
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