Composite Materials of Honeycomb Aluminum Panel
Using durable and lightweight materials could mean more savings and a robust structure. It may even ensure the quick and smooth completion of your project. Discerning builders and property designers look into newer technologies and materials to make that possible, and one of their preferred solutions is to use a honeycomb aluminum panel. The material; is made of two layers of aluminum sheets, with an aluminum honeycomb core in between. The sandwich structure is possible with thermoplastic adhesive films bonding all layers together to create a whole composite panel.
Honeycomb aluminum panels are lightweight and sturdy while cost-effective compared to other common building materials. That makes them ideal for many applications, including ceiling, cladding, and flooring. The panels are also sought-after in projects for some industries, such as marine and transportation.
How it’s made
The sandwich structure of a honeycomb aluminum panel has two layers of aluminum sheets bonded by epoxy thermoplastic films with the core in between. The films and layers are hot-pressed under 150 degrees Celsius to create the finished material. Film-bonded honeycomb aluminum panels are weather-resistant and elastic, making them ideal for applications likely to be exposed to extreme weather conditions, and temperatures ranging from -40 to 80 degrees Celsius.
High-quality thermoplastic adhesive films; are preferred for laminating aluminum honeycomb panels to ensure strength and guaranteed bonding. The thermoplastic film is more elastic than conventional epoxy glue, making it more weather resistant. It also moves with the substrate under rapid temperature changes to prevent failure. Some manufacturers can also use epoxy adhesive with a modified formula specific for bonding the layers of a honeycomb aluminum panel to enhance strength.
Customizable to suit your requirements
With the right manufacturer, you can have your honeycomb aluminum panel customized according to your aesthetic requirements. Various treatments; can be applied to the sheets, including powder coating, PE, heat transfer printing, and PVDF. Reputable manufacturers with high-end production techniques can also customize the shape of the panels, such as 90-degree return, curved, or 3D.View All