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Titanium Zinc Composite Panel

Titanium Zinc Composite Panel


ALUBANG Titanium Zinc Composite Material combines the natural beauty of zinc with the flatness, durability, ease of fabrication and cost effectiveness. It delivers all the benefits of composite material while projecting a feeling that’s consistent with both classic and modern designs. 

Utilizing a titanium zinc alloy, it comes in a natural blue-gray pre-weathered finish that matures over time as it is exposed to air and the elements—developing a natural zinc carbonate patina that protects the surface. Scratches and imperfections melt away over time as the natural patina develops and matures. Ti-zinc alloy is better in rigidity and durability than normal zinc alloy. The color of Ti-zinc turns different color in a natural process as time goes by, while it attains great quality of anti-corrosion and self-healing characteristics.

It is very flexible in design application. It can be used in modern urban districts or in historic settings where a natural surface is desired to blend into the surroundings  


Material of Eternity

Zinc is type of materials without time limit, it reveals both advanced appearance and classic aesthetic.

Long Life-Expectancy

The Ti-Zinc Composite Panel skin has a lifetime expected to be 80-100 years, depending on environmental conditions and proper installation.


Pre-weathered Zinc will naturally develop a protective zinc carbonate layer as it ages. Scratches and imperfections seem to melt away as the zinc carbonate layer develops.

Easy Maintenance

Due to the protective zinc carbonate layer on the Ti-Zinc Composite Panel skin as it ages, there’s nearly no need for manual cleaning.


Ti-Zinc Composite Panel is compatible with many other materials, such as aluminum, stainless steel, glass, stone, etc.

Natural Material

Zinc is a necessary element for human, animals and plants. The rain washed off the walls of zinc is safe to drink, and also can flow into ponds, rivers or the garden without any harm.

Easy Installation and Lower cost

By making the titanium-zinc into a composite panel, we greatly simply the installation system and cost but on the other hand enhance the flatness of facade a lot.



What is zinc composite panel?

Answer: A zinc composite panel is a type of sandwich panel made of two thin sheets of zinc bonded to a non-zinc core material. It offers good durability, weather resistance, and design flexibility, making it a popular material for architecture, construction, and signage applications.

What is titanium zinc cladding?

Answer: Titanium zinc cladding is a type of roofing or facade system made of titanium-zinc alloy panels. These panels are lightweight, durable, and corrosion-resistant, making them suitable for various architectural and construction applications.

What materials are in composite panels?

Answer: Composite panels are typically made of two or more different materials bonded together to create a strong and durable panel. The materials used vary depending on the specific application and may include aluminum, zinc, wood veneers, thermoplastics, and fiberglass.

What is the cost of zinc composite panel?

Answer: The cost of a zinc composite panel can vary depending on the manufacturer, size, and thickness. Generally, zinc composite panels are more expensive than traditional building materials such as wood or concrete, with prices ranging from $50 to $100 per square meter.

What are the disadvantages of zinc panel?

Answer: Some disadvantages of zinc panels include their higher initial cost compared to other building materials, potential issues with corrosion and staining if not properly maintained, and limitations in design flexibility due to their natural gray color and limited range of finishes.

Are composites cheaper than aluminium?

Answer: The cost of composites and aluminum can vary depending on the specific product and application. In some cases, composites may be more affordable than aluminum, while in others, aluminum may be less expensive. However, composites generally offer greater design flexibility, strength, and durability compared to aluminum, which can offset the higher initial cost.

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