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Alucopal, optimal design freedom

Alucopal is an aluminum composite material that is very suitable as a durable facade cladding. Used as a flat panel or cassette. The material is easy to process in many shapes for awnings and column cladding, for example. Alucopal gives the facade an extra dimension and completes creations.

  • Double-sided aluminum top layer with single or double-sided decor

  • UV and weather resistant

  • Gloss and matte decors

  • Bendable and deformable

  • Can be used as a panel or cassette

  • 10 year guarantee

Alucopal BV is certified by the AluEco foundation. A high-quality and sustainable use of our aluminum facade cladding is guaranteed.

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Address: Industrieweg 92

Postal code: 5145 PW

Place: Waalwijk

T: 0416 - 672400




  • wrapper
    0.5mm quality 3003 H16

  • moment of resistance
    1.74 cc / m W

  • bending stiffness
    2400 kNcm2 / m EI

  • tensile strength
    140 - 192 N / mm2

  • elastic modulus (E)
    70,000 N / mm 2

  • 0.2% yield strength
    90 N / mm2

  • temperature range
    -50 ° C to + 80 ° C

  • expansion coefficient
    2.4 mm / m ΔT 100 ° C

  • water absorption

  • weight
    5.5 kg / m2

Alucopal consists of a core of polyethylene that is connected on both sides with an aluminum layer. The combination of chemical and thermal bonding gives the plates a particularly high strength and rigidity. The visible side has a durable PVDF coating.

Alucopal PVDF coating
The plates have a durable PVDF coating on the front. This coating has a very long life and color fastness. This coating system has proven itself in practice and is very durable. Alucopal can be supplied with a surface in matt and gloss (glossy). The back of the plates has a protective polyester coating.

  • coating layer: PVDF

  • hardness: 2H

  • gloss level: 30 - 45% ST surface

  • back coating: polyester

Maintenance tips
Some general tips to keep Alucopal facade elements in top condition:

  • avoid damaging the protective layer

  • inspection of all elements

  • use neutral detergents

  • panels that have been heated by the sun to a temperature of 40 Cº or higher may not be cleaned, there is a risk of staining due to the rapid drying of the facade elements

  • do not use abrasive cleaning agents, as this will scratch the coating of the panels

  • do not use alkaline cleaning agents such as soda or caustic soda. Strongly acidic cleaning agents may also not be used

  • the facade is best cleaned from bottom to top. This prevents contaminated soap residues from strongly polluting the underlying part of the facade in the case of cleaning from top to bottom and possibly adhering to underlying facade parts

  • a cleaning agent should in principle be tested on an inconspicuous part of the facade in order to check its effectiveness before it is applied to the entire facade

  • after cleaning, rinse the facade thoroughly with clean water to remove soap residue from the facade

  • excess water should be removed with a chamois, squeegee or sponge to prevent stains, etc


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