Aluminum Honeycomb Panels In Stone Grain
Aluminum Honeycomb Panels in stone grain Aluminum honeycomb panels are sandwich-structured composites with honeycomb cores. They are manufactured by using a variety of different materials, depending on the intended application and required characteristics, from paper or thermoplastics, used for...
Aluminum Honeycomb Panels in stone grain
Aluminum honeycomb panels in stone grain are sandwich-structured composites with honeycomb cores. They are manufactured by using a variety of different materials, depending on the intended application and required characteristics, from paper or thermoplastics, used for low strength and stiffness for low load applications, to high strength and stiffness for high performance applications, from aluminum or fiber reinforced plastics. The strength of laminated or sandwich panels depends on the size of the panel, facing material used and the number or density of the honeycomb cells within it. Aluminum honeycomb panels are widely used in automotive and furniture to construction and logistics
Aluminum honeycomb structure:
Honeycomb panel Specifications:
Min Thickness: 2mm
Max Thickness: 500mm
Standard size: 1250x2500mm, 1500x5600mm
Max size: 1650x 12000mm, 2000x3000mm
Honeycomb panel Features:
One of the primary reasons for utilizing aluminum honeycomb panels is that they exhibit excellent strength-to-weight ratios compared to traditional construction materials.
The ability to configure panels with different materials allows us to create much stronger panels than one can achieve with solid structures. The skill, however, is in analyzing all of the material choices for meeting your specifications and then selecting those that will provide the most functionality at the lowest cost.
Most flammability ratings and building codes can be easily met with some combination of materials.
Most aluminum honeycomb panels have excellent insulation properties simply due to the nature in which they are designed. Since both honeycomb and foam cores trap air between the skins, they are inherently insulating to some degree.
While we do not specialize in acoustical panels, we are happy to incorporate any type of sound deadening specifications into the composite panels that we design.
Impact resistance can be accounted for by adjusting the honeycomb cell size, utilizing different core materials and skins, or adding thickness to the surface material and/or core.
All types of aluminum and plastic honeycomb cores can be used to improve water and moisture resistance, but RFP surface materials can also do the job for many applications.
Not only can we utilize different core and surface materials to achieve resistance to weather and chemicals, but coatings can be applied for added security.
Linkway / walkway roof covering
Pedestrian overhead bridge roof covering
Work surfaces and tables
Custom table systems