Aluminum Composite panels consist of two thin aluminum sheets bonded to a non-aluminum core, typically between 3 and 7 mm thick. The panels can have a painted or metallic finish (e.g. copper or zinc effects).
ACM panels provide improved safety, making it easy to meet residential and commercial building codes. In addition to fire resistance, aluminum cladding boasts an impressive strength-to-weight score. It can be used to construct buildings that withstand all sorts of harsh weather, disasters, and other abuses without suffering structural damage.
DIZAL Digitally Printed Faux Wood Aluminum Panels
DIZAL Faux Wood Aluminum Grain Siding is created when real wood planks are digitized to reproduce nature’s varieties of wood. An exclusive HD printing process prints the image onto the siding.
- DIZAL digitally reproduces wood grains in 121 colors and 30 species.
- Real wood planks are digitized to reproduce nature’s varieties of wood.
- An exclusive HD printing process at 660 dpi prints images onto extruded aluminum.
- Noncombustible Class A faux wood panels per NFPA 285.
AL13 Architectural Solutions
AL13® ACM Panels are cut-to-fit on site. The system is secured using system frame components, allowing for on-the-fly changes. AL13 panels are half the weight of fiber cement.
- AL13® Panels are available in standard polyethylene (PE) or Class A2 fire rated (FR) core – the highest quality fire-resistant panels.
- System components have built-in moisture management (pressure equalized rain screen).
- AL13 faux wood panels are available in 6 wood grains.