Composite panel

Information

45 bronze - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500017 pure white - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500023 black grey - Surface: DURAGLOSS 5000
44 anthracite matte - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500045 bronze - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500020 smoke silver - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500017 pure white - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500021 ruby red - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500023 black grey - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500012 metallic silver - Surface: DURAGLOSS 5000
44 anthracite matte - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500045 bronze - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500020 smoke silver - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500017 pure white - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500021 ruby red - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500023 black grey - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500012 metallic silver - Surface: DURAGLOSS 5000

Available colors:

44 anthracite matte - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500045 bronze - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500020 smoke silver - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500017 pure white - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500021 ruby red - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500023 black grey - Surface: DURAGLOSS 500012 metallic silver - Surface: DURAGLOSS 5000

Composite panels are sandwich elements, consisting of two stove-enamelled aluminium sheets (0.5 mm thick), attached to a polyethylene core on both sides in a fusion bonding process. This even chemical and mechanical bonding means that the sheet membrane remains firmly in place.

The composite panel brings shape to your project:

The composite panel is particularly suitable for interior work and façade design, both for new builds and the renovation of old buildings. It offers numerous options for use:

  • Rear-ventilated façade structures
  • Sandwich element (as filler element for non-bearing walls)
  • Facade cladding, for roof structure design
  • Implementation of flat or curved roofing
  • Cladding for balconies and tunnel structures
  • Door panels, modular partition walls, room divides


The advantages of composite panels are best-displayed in large-scale projects that set high requirements for evenness and rigidity.