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What is ACP?
ACP stands for Aluminium Composite Panel.
What is LDPE?
LDPE stands for Low Density Polyethylene. It is used as a core of Aluminium composite Panels.
What are the various thicknesses in which ACP is available?
It is available in 4mm, 3mm and 1.5mm. 5mm and 6mm are available on request.
Are aluminium composite panels Fire Resistant?
Aluminium composite panels are Fire resistant depending on the type of core material being used. Generally Mg(OH)2 is added as a non-combustible material.
Why does the paint peel off from ACP?
The paint of the ACP will peel off in case of the following reasons:
- Improper cleaning
- Incorrect Routing
- Contamination of coil
- Inappropriate cutting
Is ACP scratch proof, especially interiors?
It has a scratch resistance of up to 4H.
Why is the life of metallic colours lesser than solid colours?
Metallic colours obtain their gloss from organic pigments. These pigments have higher quantity of polyester contents compared to PVDF which provides the gloss, however, it reduces the life of the paint when used in the exterior. This is the reason why metallic colours have lesser life than solid colours. They lose their gloss much early than solid colours. This is in accordance to AAMA 2605 which states that in 10 years gloss remaining should be 50% of the original
What Are The Advantages Of Using ACP For External Facades Of The Building?
Long life, light weight, weatherproof, high impact resistance, water chemical resistant, corrosion resistant, rigid, fast installation, low maintenance and less dead weight on the building structure.
What Is the Difference between Fire Retardant and Fire Resistance?
A fire resistant material is one that is designed to resist burning and withstand heat. Fire-retardant materials are designed to burn slowly, different to fire-resistant materials, which are designed to never burn.
Some Full Forms
- ACP: Aluminium Composite Panels
- ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials
- AAMA: American Architectural Manufacturers Association
- LDPE: Low Density Polyethylene
- HDPE: High Density Polyethylene
- PVDF: Polyvinylidene fluoride
- PPG: Pittsburgh Plates & Glass
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