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Jixiang Aluminum China A2 fire-resistant aluminum composite panel (ACP) comprises a mineral core between two aluminum skins. Thicknesses of the mineral core and aluminum skins can be designed according to customers’ requirements. Besides the traditional Magnesium Hydroxide filled core, Aluminum Tri-hydroxide filled core is also available. The front surface can be PVDF, FEVE, Nano, or PE coated. The bottom surface can be used with anti-corrosive paint.
The interlayer is non-combustible mineral material, which has excellent ability in fire-resistant. Also, mineral material enables ACP to have high peel strength and excellent impact resistance.
The invention of the ALUBANG fire-resistant has significant meaning cause nowadays many applications are required materials with higher fire security classifications with certified standards, therefore ALUBANG Fire-resist panel fulfills the basic demand of fire safety requirements and meanwhile with beauty for those applications.
ALUBANG fire-resistant ACP can be processed and installed exactly the same way as normal architectural ACP.
With the motivation to provide the market with a more affordable fire-resistant aluminum composite panel, ALUBANG invested lots of work in upgrading the production facilities and production technology to save cost, and now ALUBANG's fire-resistant valuable is much more competitive compared with competitors.
ALUBANG fire-resistant ACP meets the standards of GB 8624 (Grade B, Grade A2), ASTM E-84(Grade B, Grade A2), ASTM E119(2 hours), NFPA 285 (Qualified), EN13501-1 (Grade A2)
|Panel thickness||3mm, 4mm aluminum composite panel, 5mm, 6mm|
|Aluminum skin thickness||0.15mm-0.5mm|
|Width||1000mm, 1220mm, 1250mm, 1500mm, 1575mm|
|Length||Customizable, up to 6000mm|
|Standard size||1220mm(W) × 2440mm(L)|
|Core material||Non-combustible mineral-filled core|
|Surface coating||PVDF, FEVE, Nano, PE|
|Fire rating||Class A2|
|Impact resistance||No cracking or peeling|
|Alkali resistance||No abnormal appearance|
|Acid resistance||No abnormal appearance|
Fire-resistant laminate is a building material that has several unique features and key characteristics, including the following:
Fire resistance: Fire resistance is designed to prevent the rapid spread of fire in a building. These panels are highly resistant to flame and heat, which helps to contain fires and reduce local or total damage to the building.
Lightweight: Despite their strength and durability, fire-resistant composite panels are relatively light in weight. This makes them easy to install and transport, reducing the time and costs associated with construction projects.
Insulation: Having good insulation properties helps to regulate temperature and reduce energy consumption. This makes them an eco-friendly choice for construction materials.
Durability: Fire-resistant composite panels are highly durable and impact resistant, making them ideal for high-traffic areas such as hospitals, schools and public buildings.
Aesthetic Options: Fire-resistant composite panels are available in a range of colors and finishes, providing architects and builders with great design flexibility.
Fire-resistant composite panels offer a range of benefits for building projects, including enhanced safety, energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal.
Fire-resistant laminates have a wide range of applications in the construction industry, including
Building facades: Fire-resistant laminates can be used to construct the facades of buildings, providing an attractive and durable surface that is also fire-resistant.
Ceilings and Roofs: Often used for ceilings and roof panels, providing insulation and fire protection.
Interior Walls: Can be used for interior partitions to provide sound insulation and fire protection.
Industrial Buildings: Ideal for use in industrial buildings where fire safety is a top priority.
Transportation: Also used in the transportation industry, especially for building trains and buses.
Fire-resistant composite panels offer versatile and reliable solutions for building construction, providing good fire resistance and durability for a variety of applications.
Answer: The fire resistance of aluminum composite panels (ACP) can vary depending on the manufacturer and type of core material used in the panel. Panels with a fire-rated core material such as mineral-filled or ceramic-filled can provide increased fire resistance compared to panels with a polyethylene core.
Answer: A2 fire-rated cladding refers to materials that have been tested and certified to meet European Union fire safety standards for building products. A2 rating indicates "limited combustibility" and means that the material has minimal contribution to flame spread and heat release in the event of a fire.
Answer: The fire resistance of aluminum composite panels (ACP) can vary depending on the manufacturer and type of core material used in the panel. Panels with a fire-rated core material such as mineral-filled or ceramic-filled can provide increased fire resistance compared to panels with a polyethylene core. ACPs with fire-resistant cores can achieve Class A fire ratings, indicating the highest level of fire resistance.