Due to its suitability for use outdoors and in other harsh environments, IMPLASER recommends aluminum composite panel for signaling in tunnels, mines or areas with salt water environments.
Aluminum Composite Panel is a material that, thanks to its high performance and user-friendly shape, is being widely used in the construction sector; it is mainly used to build architectural facades and also as a support for corporate images, for indoor and outdoor decoration or in other works located in harsher settings such as tunnel cladding.
So why should you use it for Safety Signaling in tunnels?
Aluminum Composite Panel (ACP) is a sandwich type composite material, formed by two thin sheets of aluminum, joined to a thermoplastic core of polyethylene type LDPE (low density) that provides a high rigidity to bending at a very low weight.
It is approved for use in architectural elements in many countries, which guarantees its performance and durability in different climatic conditions; it has excellent fire, weather, acid, alkaline and corrosion resistance, which is why it is also being used in the signaling industry as an alternative to heavier or more expensive materials.
Unlike the usual aluminum or galvanized steel, Aluminum Composite Panel offers a series of advantages: it is as light as it is rigid, it is easier to handle, transport and install. In addition, paneling extends the life of your signaling, as it dampens the vibrations that occur in inside tunnels.
It does not contain halogens and has a low environmental impact since it is 100% recyclable.