Aluminum Composite Panels


ACM is a lightweight, durable material that can saw, cut, routed, or punched to put your graphics on the path to success. A go-to for the print and signage industry, ACM is also recommended for flat panel applications such as external and internal architectural cladding or partitions, false ceilings, machine coverings, and container construction. Our knowledgeable Farco sales team is available to help you select the perfect solution to meet your needs.

Benefits of Aluminum Composite Materials (ACM)

Lightweight and Durable:
Aluminum composite panels (ACPs) are significantly lighter than solid aluminum, making them easier to handle and install. Despite their light weight, they offer remarkable durability and strength, capable of withstanding harsh weather conditions and impacts, ensuring long-term performance and structural integrity.

Exceptional Weather Resistance:
ACM's are designed to resist extreme weather conditions, including intense sunlight, heavy rain, and high winds. Their weather-resistant properties ensure they maintain their appearance and functionality over time, making them ideal for both exterior and interior applications.

Versatility in Design:
These panels can be easily shaped, bent, and curved to meet various architectural requirements. Available in a wide range of colors, finishes, and textures, ACPs provide architects and designers with the flexibility to create modern and visually appealing facades and interior designs.

Fire Safety:
Many ACPs come with fire-retardant cores, enhancing fire safety by restricting the spread of flames. This makes them suitable for use in buildings where fire safety is a critical concern.

Cost-Effective and Low Maintenance:
ACPs are more affordable than many traditional building materials. Their lightweight nature reduces transportation and installation costs, and they require minimal maintenance. Regular cleaning with mild detergents is sufficient to keep them looking pristine.

ACPs are recyclable, contributing to sustainable building practices. Their production and use have a lower environmental impact compared to other materials, aligning with green building initiatives.