If you are looking for a truly sleek and smooth premium design look for your KODAs that will stand out in both urban and nature settings, the picturesque Albond or Alubond aluminium composite panel (ACP) is something to consider!
Albond is a brand of aluminium composite panels. ACPs are widely used in the construction industry as a cladding material. The panels consist of two aluminium sheets bonded to a non-aluminum core, typically made of polyethylene. The aluminium sheets provide durability, rigidity, and weather resistance, while the core provides insulation and sound absorption properties. The combination of these materials results in a lightweight yet strong and durable cladding option.
The panels are lightweight, which makes them quick and easy to handle and install in the factory and reduce the overall weight of the building. Depending on the fire safety requirements we can use Albond 9000, ranging between A2 and B2 classes.
The aluminium surface of Albond panels is highly weather-resistant, protecting the building against rain, UV radiation and temperature fluctuations. This also contributes to the longevity of the facade. The aluminium outer layers of Albond panels are resistant to corrosion and impact, making them durable and long-lasting. The panels are designed to withstand the rigours of outdoor exposure. The core material of Albond panels provides insulation and sound absorption capabilities, which can contribute to energy efficiency and acoustic comfort within the building.
The Albond panels also offer design versatility, allowing to create aesthetic effects. They are available in a wide range of colours, enabling customization to suit different architectural styles and preferences.
It’s advisable to consult a local expert engineer to ensure that the material meets the specific requirements and complies with local building codes in the spot where the KODA houses are being planned for.
When choosing a facade for a KODA it’s important to consider factors like climate, local regulations, energy efficiency goals, and the desired aesthetic. Each material has its own characteristics and suitability based on factors such as cost, durability, insulation properties, maintenance requirements, and design possibilities.
Something to take into account: Albond can only be used on the KODA Loft Extended model, due to material specifications.
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