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FAADE FASCINATION

Building skins.

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CUSTOMISED SOLUTIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL FAADES.

The skin of the architecture is a Based on our long years of experi-


core topic of modern construction. ence, we regard ourselves as special-
Building envelopes therefore deserve ists in rear-ventilated aluminium
particular attention. They can be composite faades.
simple and functional, exciting and
representative. We are happy to share our know-how
The proportion, materials, surface with customers and offer compre-
structure and colouring of faades hensive advice from the initial
lead to the creation of unique struc- planning phase of any construction
tures, the balanced and qualitative project onwards.
interplay of which characterise the
building culture.

Sabine Amrein-Herche
Director Marketing & Sales Architecture

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ALUCOBOND THE PRODUCT. The product. High-quality, resilient
and unique in appearance -
viability and architectural quality.
The rear-ventilated construction
building envelope. A long lifespan,
easy maintenance and a combination
ALUCOBOND stands for sustain- technique is suitable for creating of insulation, ventilation and mois-
able construction quality and the faades on both new and existing ture control are just as important as
highest creative standards. The buildings as well as roof construc- its aesthetic qualities. ALUCOBOND
faade material is distinguished by tions and interior applications. provides the best possible conditions
its outstanding product attributes for achieving this objective.
such as precise flatness, variety The contemporary building types on
of surfaces and colours as well as the following pages feature highly
excellent formability. refined envelopes which are not only
functional but also emphasise the
ALUCOBOND for rear-ventilated autonomy and identity of the build-
faades unites the features of energy- ing. There is usually a clear percep-
efficient construction, economic tion of what constitutes a perfect

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CLEAR. DYNAMIC. SYMBOLIC.

An unusual faade and impressive to both employees and customers, The faade is clad in ALUCOBOND,
functionality. The building design while its three-dimensional design as are the window reveals and the heat
of the Raiffeisen Finance Centre ensures its prominence in the cityscape. exchanger. The suspended ceilings in
incorporates statutory building The faade consists of ALUCOBOND the representative areas are made of
regulations and the differing spatial gold metallic, a colour scheme which the same colour metal, meaning the
requirements for each storey in a conjures up associations with coins or exterior envelope of the building flows
light-handed way, and develops an the bank's corporate identity. on into the interior area.
uninterrupted exterior which em-
braces all aspects of bank business. The material used in the exterior enve-
The continuity of the building enve- lope acts as the starting point for the
lope conveys the company identity material design in the interior as well.

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CULTURE, CLADDING, COMMERCE.

Uppsala's landmark concert and con- tacular view over the city. In the words are only ten architects in the world
gress hall located in the new part of of Klavs Hom Madsen, Architect and like Henning Larsen. His employees
the city, interplays elegantly with its Project Manager with Henning Larsen, select materials and details extremely
historical surroundings. Architects The building interacts with carefully, explains Gabriel Vikhom,
the historic skyline of Uppsala and adds Project Manager of the City of Uppsala.
A vertical opening in the building a contemporary chapter to the history The same applies to the faade. The
caters for public access from two sides of the city. variation in vertical, slightly curved
- from the old historic city and also ALUCOBOND cassettes in Sunrise
from the modern Vaksala Square. The Uppsala's new concert hall embodies Silver Metallic creates the image of a
roof of the building provides a spec- the citys image of this building. There large, split crystal.

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Spectacular design, School of Management, Skolkovo, Russia, I David Adjaye Architects, London (Photo: Ed Reeve)
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PERFECTION. DOWN TO THE LAST DETAIL.

Clear white architecture set in green The architects Hank and Hirth de- formability the design is both bold
surroundings forms the representa- signed a building that comes across and sweeping and yet sharp-edged.
tive platform for Marc Cain fashion. as being linear and classic due to its The matt pure white ALUCOBOND
Design, quality and materials of the horizontally structured and clearly faade panels reflect day light with-
highest calibre, the latest process- legible building elements. Curved ele- out shining artificially. Understate-
ing techniques and optimal fit are ments in white endow the structure ment instead of high-gloss, subtle
the watch-words. The architecture with its lightness. rather than elaborate effects.
embodies the company philosophy The ALUCOBOND cassettes follow
and captivates with its clarity and the line of the building very closely.
practicality. Thanks to the materials particular

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SHAPE MEETS COLOUR.

The Advice House in Lysholt Parken uniform atrium. The building enve- These shapes underline the special effect
by C. F. Moller, architects from lope consists of 13 differently shaped produced by ALUCOBOND spectra
Denmark was the forerunner in a elements. The faade structure Cupral. Depending on the angle of vision
new business district to the north of consists on the one hand of elements and light refraction, the colour reflected
Vejle. Developed for Lysholt Erhverv with different profile depths which changes.
A/S, the Advice House, covering a are installed flat, on the other hand,
surface area of 5,000 square metres, of structured cassettes which are
has an open and flexible layout. The mounted horizontally at staggered
building is formed by two wings set intervals.
at an angle, which are divided by a

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Bus station Hamburg-Poppenbttel I Blunck + Morgen Architekten, WTM Engineers, Hamburg, Germany

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TRUE ELEGANCE.

The office building Onix in Lille, the body allows for blunt angles for which can be opened as well as fixed
France benefits from its central posi- the main entrance and the drive-in and turnable ones. The latter are used
tion. It combines high visibility with entrance to the underground garage, mainly in the higher floors while in
good accessibility. which is located in another structure the lower storeys, the faade is built in
Dominique Perrault Architects covered with a landscaped garden. a completely transparent manner. On
have designed the building transom, the roof, a metal structure envelopes
with its variable depth, as animated, The faade in ALUCOBOND naturAL the technical facilities and emphasises
folded and curling up so as to use LINE is made up of four different the streamlined shape of the entire
the triangular building plot to opti- modules with changing width, con- structure.
mum advantage. The modulation of sisting of fixed opaque glass panels

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CHECK IN - CHECK OUT.

The 75,000 m2 Terminal 2 of Dublin Air- The rounded, flowing shapes of the in CO2 emissions in comparison with
port was designed by the London office building were achieved by intelligent statutory specifications. Terminal 2
of Pascall + Watson specifically with the use of ALUCOBOND panels in silver has already been awarded with the
needs of travellers in mind. metallic and traffic grey. Corus Structural Steel Design Award,
The building, which is very appealing to Taking the local surroundings into ac- 2010 and the CMB Building Design
the eye, uses day light to optimum effect count was also an important decision Award for the best public building of
to create really bright and airy rooms, criterion when selecting the materials 2010 by the general public.
which have both a soothing and relaxing for the project.
effect. Passenger flow concepts played a
key role in the design process resulting The building sets new ecological
in clear and logical travel arrangements. standards by achieving a 17% reduction

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BRIGHTLY-COLOURED STUDY.

Large format ALUCOBOND faade tengemeinschaft created a sculptural, window. When walking past, the
elements in two different silver metallic 3-dimensional faade using overlap- passer-by is aware of the continuously
shades and with red highlights were ping scale-like faade panels laid out changing appearance of the build-
used to face the existing yellowish- in a chess board pattern and varying ings exterior. According to the angle
white ceramic wall tiles of the student window reveals. The structural effect of vision and the position of the sun,
residence in Dresden, Germany. of light and shadow is highlighted on the window reveals, which are in part
the one hand by accentuating the folded and in part formed in bold red,
While retaining the existing window reveals and, on the other hand, by the stand out against the faade with
size and positioning, the team of difference in depth between external varying degrees of intensity.
architects at Zimmermann Architek- cladding and the slightly recessed

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THE NEW METZ CATHEDRAL.

Matisse, Picasso, Mir, Pollock and windows, were accommodated in the own but makes use of works stored at
Brancusi have already moved in and angular transoms of Centre Pompidou the Paris centre, which, with more than
can be admired in their own new home. in Metz, and appear to have been pushed 65,000 works, owns the largest collec-
Shidgeru Ban says that in designing into the hat. These white cubes were tion of contemporary and modern
the idiosyncratic new construction, he highlighted by the flatness of the art in Europe. For the City of Metz, the
was inspired by the architecture of ALUCOBOND elements in pure white. new art centre means so much that it
traditional Chinese hats woven from can also be described as the new Metz
rice straw - albeit on a considerably The new 10,000- square metre centre cathedral.
distorted floor plan. for the arts in north eastern France
The offices, with their large, smooth does not exhibit any collection of its

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ONE MATERIAL FOR EVERY PURPOSE.

Business,
Stability of shape industries, services
OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE
BUILDINGS,
BANKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

Variety of colours &surfaces FAIR AND EXHIBITION BUILDINGS,


PRODUCTION SITES

Fire safety Sport & leisure


FOOTBALL STADIA,
SPORTS CENTRES

Infrastructure buildings
HARBOURS AND SHIPPING FACILITIES,
Residential construction RAILWAY STATIONS,

Durability
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, AIRPORTS,
APARTMENT COMPLEX MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS

Flatness
Lightness Academic studies,
teaching and research

Formability SCHOOLS, FURTHER EDUCATON,


UNIVERSITIES, INSTITUTIONS OF
HIGHER EDUCATION,
NURSERIES,
DAY CARE CENTRES
Public buildings
POLICE,
Public health services COMMUNITY CENTRES,
HOSPITALS, CIVIC CENTRES,

Rigidity
CLINICS, CIVIC HALLS
CONVALESCENT HOMES

Cultural buildings
CONCERT HALLS, THEATRES
CUTURAL CENTRES, MUSEUMS,
LIBRARIES

Hotels, restaurants, tourism


HOTELS, ACCOMMODATION PROVIDERS,
RESTAURANTS, PUBS

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OUR STRENGTH IS IN THE DETAIL.

Layer

AM_180_Degree Width: 12mm


Layer
AM_90_Degree Width: 3mm
AM_180_Degree Width: 12mm
AM_180_Degree 12mm
Layer
Layer AM_Outer Lining
AM_90_Degree Width: 3mm
180_Degree
AM_180_Degree Width:12Width:
mm 12mm 180_Degree
AM_180_Degree 12mm

AM_Outer Lining AM_Inner Lining


90_Degree Width: 3Width:
AM_90_Degree mm 3mm
AM_180_Degree 12mm
AM_Inner Lining AM_Engraving Width: 1mm, Tiefe: lesbar
Outer
AM_Outer Lining
Lining 3mm
AM_Engraving Width: 1mm, Tiefe: lesbar
Inner
AM_InnerLining
Lining Material Alucobond: 4mm 3mm AM_90_Degree
Material Alucobond: 4mm 90_Degree
AM_90_Degree
AM_Engraving Width: 1 mm;
Engraving Width: 1mm, can
depth: Tiefe:belesbar
all millings run on the back
read all millings run3mm
on the back
Material Alucobond: 4mm AM_90_Degree
Alucobond material:
all millings
4mm run on run
all millings the on
backthe back

The Swarm is a parametrically de- the framework of cooperation between Angularity and filigree forms are pos-
signed, free-standing, sculptural pavil- 3A Composites and the Technical Uni- sible due to the materials minimal bend
ion. It was developed by students at the versity Munich. radius.
Institute for Emerging Technologies
at the Munich Technical University The individual shaping and moulding ALUCOBOND aluminium composite
based on the theme of a flock of birds can be attributed to the particularly panels feature optimum formability,
on the wing. Amassing 211 individual high-level of ALUCOBOND formability. outstanding surface quality and extreme
CNC-milled ALUCOBOND modules By using a combination of milling tech- flatness ensuring that your architecture
creates an interplay between density, niques, panels can be folded adeptly as well gets a unique look.
light and shadow. The material was and turned into a three-dimensional
made available to the students within structurally effect form.

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Technical University Munich, Chair of Emerging Technologies, The Swarm, a free-standing, sculptural pavilion.
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AN INSPIRING RANGE OF COLOURS AND SURFACES.

The effect of space is created by colour and light. As an essential component of


architecture, a colour scheme creates individual space and plays an essential
supporting role in the utilisation of the building.

ALUCOBOND solid colours


From delicate white to strong red: solid colours generate a unified appearance
without any special effects.

ALUCOBOND metallic colours


Changing light conditions and perspectives endow these timelessly elegant
colours with a glowing, lively appearance.

ALUCOBOND spectra and sparkling colours


Depending on the type of pigment and angle of vision, a particularly eye-
catching effect is created by the changing colour gradients of the spectra
colours with iridescent highlights. Subtle glitter and shine effects make sparkling
colours so exciting.

ALUCOBOND Anodized Look


Matt finish, velvet-like metal has a charm all of its own. Made in accordance
with the EURAS industrial standard, the surfaces harmonise optimally with
anodised window frames, profiles and doors. In contrast to anodised materials,
ALUCOBOND Anodized Look panels can be trimmed and bent without any
problem.

ALUCOBOND naturAL
Aluminiums natural and original beauty is shown to its best effect and every
object takes on a distinguished yet lively appearance. The surface structures
bring about an interplay between metallic shine and the reflection and absorp-
tion of light. In addition, a refined metallic look is created by the subtile rap-
prochement to real metals.

ALUCOBOND Ligno
The natural beauty of wood united with the strength of ALUCOBOND:
outstanding formability, excellent flatness and bending stiffness as well as
excellent long-term durability and weather resistance. Moreover, a special
coating adds a grainy structured feel to the surface.

ALUCOBOND urban
Urban life is characterised by interplays of light and shadows, transparency
and colour. Muted, extremely mat surfaces and colours of ALUCOBOND urban
provide open space for design and support the urban character of the building.

ALUCOBOND terra
Stone and crystal stand for endurance, authenticity and intrinsic value. They
reflect light in a magical, vibrant way and their texture is unexpectedly varied:
ranging from rough to smooth. ALUCOBOND terra is inspired by iridescent
stone. The dcors surface refracts the daylight creating a matt sheen and
lustrous hues, sometimes elegant and sometimes earthy.

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SURFACE QUALITY FOR DURABILITY AND FLEXURAL RIGIDITY AND RESILIENCE.
COST-EFFECTIVENESS.

45 S. Florida
PVDF Polyester
Siliconized polyester Aqueous acrylic
Vinyl Solvent acrylic
UV-RESISTANT COATING FLEXURAL RIGIDITY
ALUCOBOND plus
10 7,6kg

Farbvernderung
4mm

Change in colour
The basic pre-conditions for sustainable faades are durable sur- 9
Aluminium cover sheets and a mineral
faces. That is why we coat our aluminium using the continuous coil core ensure an impressive weight: Aluminium
3,3mm
8,9kg
8
coating procedure. This procedure allows the highest quality paint flexural rigidity relation, even in terms Steel
7 18,7kg
to be applied economically. of large panel sizes. Despite the easy and 2,4mm
6
lightweight handling which this brings Fibre cement
11,7kg
5 5,8mm
All colours are applied in several coats and stove lacquered. This about when processing and assembling,
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ensures a durable, brilliant colour effect. ALUCOBOND consistently shows its
3
strong side, due to its excellent flexural Flexural rigidity E-J Weight kg/m2
2
For high quality architecture for external applications, we use high rigidity: the panel remains stable in terms
1
quality polymer paint systems such as PVDF (polyvinyl fluoride) of shape and flatness, even when there are Comparison of thickness and weight with the same flexural rigidity
0
and FEVE (Fluoroethylene-Alkyl Vinyl Ether), which have proven 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
extreme temperature fluctuations.
to be optimal for surface use in architecture. Years
Jahre

LONG-TERM PAINT QUALITY


%

100
retention%
Glanzhaltung

90

The assessment of the various paint qualities is undertaken in exter- 80


Shine

nal weathering tests according to the following parameters: 70


1. durability of the paint particles 60
2. durability of the level of gloss 50
3. chalking behaviour 40
LOADING AND PANEL DIMENSIONS ALUCOBOND 4mm
30
Our ALUCOBOND quality benchmarks lie far above the usual 20 6,0
This chart is to determine the maximum
E.C.C.A test requirement. 10
panel size of ALUCOBOND panels sup- 5,5
0
ported on all 4-sides based on the cha- 5,0
CLEANING 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Years
Jahre
racteristic stress of 90 N/mm (without 4,5
safety).
The PVDF coating comprises a highly cross-linked surface which 4,0
10
means dirt retention on the surface is minimal. Slight soiling can
Kreidung
Chalking

9 Please inquire the design values also for 3,5


be washed off in an environmentally friendly manner using warm
other systems and panel thickness. 3,0 Panel width in mm

Loads in kN/m2
8
water and, if applicable, a neutral cleaning agent. Graffiti can usu-
ally be removed by using special cleaning agents. 7 2,5

6 2,0
1000
5
1,5
1250
4
1,0 1500
3

2 0,5
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
1
Permissible panel length in mm
0
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Years
Jahre

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MATERIAL PROPERTIES. PRODUCT RANGE.

ALUCOBOND plus ALUCOBOND plus ALUCOBOND plus Thickness: 3/4 mm (6 mm on request)


ALUCOBONDplus has been developed exclusively for Width [mm] 1000 1250 1500 1575 1750
the more stringent requirements of the fire prevention Length [mm] 2000 6800 2000 6800 2000 6800 2000 6800 2000 6800
regulations in architectural products. Thanks to its 2 Solid & Metallic colours
mineral-filled, core ALUCOBOND plus meets the stric- 1 Mineral filled core
2 0,5 mm aluminium Spectra & sparkling colours --
ter requirements of the fire classifications. It is hardly 1
low flammability
Anodized Look
inflammable and offers all the proven product properties
of the ALUCOBOND family, such as flatness, formability, 2 NaturAL -- -- --

resistance to weather and easy processing. ALUCOBOND Ligno premium wood -- --

Vintage -- --

Faade design Individualdekor -- --

Urban -- --

Terra -- --
ALUCOBOND A2 Wood --

ALUCOBOND A2 Anodised* -- -- --

ALUCOBOND A2 is the only non-combustible alumi- Matt finished -- --


nium composite panel used in architecture that fulfills 2
the respective standards worldwide. Thanks to its 1 Mineral core On request
2 0,5 mm aluminium
mineral-filled core, ALUCOBOND A2 meets the strict 1
incombustible
requirements of the fire regulations and enhances the ALUCOBOND A2 Thickness: 3/4 mm

possibilities for the concept and design of buildings. 2 Width [mm] 1000 1250 1500 1575 1750
ALUCOBOND A2, just like all the products of the Length [mm] 2000 6800 2000 6800 2000 6800 2000 6800 2000 6800
ALUCOBOND family, allows simple processing, is Solid & Metallic colours -- --
impact-resistant, break-proof and weatherproof and, Spectra & sparkling colours -- -- --
above all, non-combustible.
Anodized Look -- --

NaturAL** -- -- --

ALUCOBOND Ligno premium wood



-- -- --

Vintage -- -- --

Faade design Individualdekor -- -- --

Urban -- -- --

Terra -- -- --

Wood -- -- --

Mill-finished -- -- --

On request The delivery time and minimum quantity vary according to size and thicknesses.
Other dimensions are available on request.

MASS TOLERANCES
Due to manufacturing, a displacement of the cover sheets * Anodized according to DIN 17611. All anodized
sidewise at the panel edges up to 2 mm is possible. ALUCOBOND composite panels have contact lines
Thickness: 0.2 mm (matt finish | stove enamelled | (about 25mm width) on their short sides. For panel lengths
anodised) of more than 3500mm, the composite panels have contact
Width: - 0 /+ 4 mm lines (about 20mm width) on their long sides. On the back,
Lengths: 1000 4000 mm; - 0 /+ 6mm there are contact lines of about 35mm on the short and the
Lengths: 4001 8000 mm; - 0 /+ 10mm long sides of the panels. Maximum panel length 6500mm.
Please take this into consideration when dimensioning the
panels.
COLOURS AND SURFACES ** Exception: ALUCOBOND naturAL Reflect is only
Further colours and surfaces are available upon request. available in ALUCOBOND plus.

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TECHNICAL DATA. FIRE CLASSIFICATION.
Technical data ALUCOBOND plus ALUCOBOND A2 ALUCOBOND plus ALUCOBOND A2

Thickness Standard Unit 3mm 4mm 3mm 4mm Country Tested according to... Classification Tested according to... Classification

Cover sheet thickness t mm 0,5 0,5 EU EN 13501-1 Class B, s1, d0 EN 13501-1 Class A2, s1, d0

Weight G kg/m 5,9 7,6 5,9 7,6 Germany EN 1187 (Methode 1) / EN 1187 (Methode1)/

DIN 4102-7 fulfilled DIN 4102-7 fulfilled

Technological values France NF P 92-501 Class M1 NF P 92-501 Class M0, non-combustible

Section modulus W DIN 53293 cm/m 1,25 1,75 1,25 1,75

Rigidity EJ DIN 53293 kNcm/m 1250 2400 1250 2400 Italy -

Alloy EN 573 - 3 EN AW 5005A (A IMg1) Great Britain BS 6853 meets requirements of LUL

Temper of cover sheets EN 515 H22 / H 42 England/ BS 476-6/7 Class 0 limited combustible

Modulus of elasticity E EN 1999 1-1 N/mm 70000 Wales / BS 476-6/7 Class 0 non combustible

Tensile strength of cover sheets Rm EN 485 - 2 N/mm 130 Scotland

Proof stress (0,2%) R p 0,2 EN 485 - 2 N/mm 90 Scandinavia DS 1065-1 Class A

Elongation A50 EN 485 - 2 % 5 Switzerland VKF Class 5.3 VKF Class A2, s1, d0

Linear thermal expansion t EN 1999 1-1 2.4mm/m with 100C difference in temperature Poland PN-90/B-02867 NRO EN 13501.1 Class A2, s1, d0

Russia GOST 30244-94 G1 (combustibility) GOST 30244-94 G1 (combustibility)

GOST 30402-95 W1 (flammability) GOST 30402-95 W1 (flammability)

GOST 12.1.044-89 D2 (smoke development) GOST 12.1.044-89 D1 (smoke development)


Acoustical properties
GOST 12.1.044-89 T1 (smoke flammability) GOST 12.1.044-89 T1 (smoke flammability)
Sound absorption factor s ISO 354 0,05 0,05
GOST 31251-03 k0
Sound transmission loss Rw ISO717-1 dB 25 25
Australia AS ISO 9705 Group 1 material AS ISO 9705 Group 1 material
Loss factor d EN ISO 6721 -- -- 0,004 0,005
SMOGRA 1.385 m2 / s2 SMOGRA 0.630 m2 / s2

AS 1530.3 Indices 0 (flammability) AS 1530.3 Indices 0 (flammability)

Thermal properties 0 (spread of flames) 0 (spread of flames)

Thermal resistance R DIN 52612 m K / W 0,007 0,009 0,002 0,002 0 (thermal development) 0 (thermal development)

Thermal conductivity DIN 4108 W / m K 0,49 0,44 1,99 1,77 0 1 (smoke development) 0 1 (smoke development)

EN 13501.1 B, s1, d0 EN 13501.1 A2, s1, d0
Heat transition coefficient U DIN 4108 W / m K 5,68 5,58 5,83 5,80

Temperature resistance C - 50 to + 80

FIXING METHODS.
APPROVALS. You will find below documentation of the most up to date In order to avoid differences in reflection (with metallic, urban,
Country Authorisation Name Authorising body construction drawings with corresponding images showing Anodized Look, naturAL, spectra and sparkling colours), the
Belgium ATG 12/2368 ALUCOBOND Cassettes; Bardage rapport UBATc, Brussels usage. You can also contact us directly for individual questi- composite panels should be mounted in the same direction as
Czech Republic c.216/C5a/2013/0022 ALUCOBOND PAVUS a.s., Prague ons relating to matters of application technology. is indicated by arrows on the protective foil. Colour deviations
France n 2/09-1372 ALUCOBOND Rivet CSTB, Paris Our technical team of experts will be happy to assist you in may occur in the event of panels from different production
n 2/09-1371 ALUCOBOND Cassettes CSTB, Paris realising your projects. units being used. In order to ensure a uniform colour shade,
Germany Z-33.2-6 ALUCOBOND Faade system

DIBt, Berlin the total requirements for any project should accordingly be
Great Britain No 05/4214 ALUCOBOND Cladding System British Board of Agrment (BBA), Garston covered by one composite order.
Poland AT-15-4058 ALUCOBOND Instytut Techniki Budowlanej, Warsaw

Russia TC 3750-13 ALUCOBOND Panels and cassettes elements , Moskow


1 Cassette mounted on stainless steel bolts 5 Riveted/screwed onto vertical
Singapore 011937 Product listing scheme: class 2 PSB Singapore
for vertical faade structuring supporting beams for vertical faade structuring
Slovakia TO-06/0275 ALUCOBOND TSUS, Bratislava

Spain No 345 Sistema de revistimiento de fachadas ventiladas mediante Instituto Eduardo Toroja, Madrid
bandejas procedentes de paneles ALUCOBOND 2 Cassette screwed on vertical 6 Riveted onto omega profiles for

Sistema de revistimiento de fachadas ventiladas mediante


faade structuring vertical installation.
No 346 bandejas procedentes de paneles ALUCOBOND Instituto Eduardo Toroja, Madrid

3 Cassette SZ20 tongue and groove principle 7 Clamped/screwed


for horizontal faade structuring onto double hat profiles

4 Glued for vertical/horizontal 8 Riveted weather boarding


faade structuring on aluminium sub-construction

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FIXING SYSTEMS.

CONCERT & CONGRESS HALL, UPPSALA, SWEDEN


Henning Larsen Architects, Denmark

1 CASSETTE
mounted on stainless steel bolts for
vertical faade structuring.

S. OLIVER CASINO, GERMANY


Menig & Partner, Rottendorf, Germany

CASSETTE SCREWED
2 for vertical faade structuring

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FIXING SYSTEMS.

HEADQUARTERS MARC CAIN, BODELSHAUSEN, GERMANY


Hank + Hirth, Ehningen, Germany

3 CASSETTE SZ20
tongue and groove principle horizontal
faade structuring.

IMF TERTIA GMBH, LANNACH, AUSTRIA


Hermann Eisenkck Architects, Graz, Austria

4 GLUED
for vertical / horizontal faade structuring

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FIXING SYSTEMS.

CRUISE CENTER ALTONA, HAMBURG, GERMANY


Renner Hainke Wirth Architekten, Germany

5 RIVETED/SCREWED
onto vertical supporting beams for vertical faade
structuring

HXTERSTRASSE, HAGEN, GERMANY


Stadtbildplanung Dortmund, Germany

6 RIVETED/SCREWED
onto omega profiles for vertical installation

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FIXING SYSTEMS.

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, SKOLKOVO, MOSCOW, RUSSIA


Adjaye Associates, London, UK

7 CLAMPED /SCREWED
onto double hat profiles

W.A. MARITIME MUSEUM, FREMANTLE, AUSTRALIA


Cox Howlett + Bailey Woodland, Australia

8 RIVETED WEATHER BOARDING


on aluminium sub-construction

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PROTECTION AND SECURITY FOR YOUR BUILDING. FOR SUSTAINABLE COMFORT.

DURABILITY OPTIMAL FLATNESS ECOLOGICALLY SAFE RECYCLING


ALUCOBOND optimally protects the The material offers a high level of flexural ALUCOBOND composite panels do ALUCOBOND is fully recyclable, i.e. core
faade construction against all kinds of strength and is extremely lightweight not at any time in their life cycle release material and aluminium cover sheets are
weathering and thereby ensures durable, thanks to its sandwich structure. The materials endangering the environment. reintroduced to the material cycle and
reliable functioning. Resistant to wear advantages of the high-quality aluminium The material is CFC-free and all the paint used in the production of new material.
and tear, over decades. alloy (EN AW-5005) are not merely decora- formulas deployed are free of heavy
tive but also offer constructive benefits. metals in accordance with RoHS and
REACH.

HIGHLY ADAPTABLE LIGHT WEIGHT SURE PROTECTION AGAINST SAVINGS ON HEATING COSTS
With its variety of small or large-format The low weight of ALUCOBOND is a real DAMPNESS The optimally insulated building
panels and attractive colours and surfaces, advantage when it is mounted and used to No condensation and no mould on the envelope provides considerable savings
ALUCOBOND opens up a wide range of renovate existing supporting structures. walls. The rear ventilation space allows in energy costs. The long-lasting
design possibilities. construction water vapour and residen- effectiveness of the system guarantees
tial humidity to escape in an orderly this on an on-going basis.
manner and also ensures a healthy
indoor climate.

FIRE SAFETY GRAFFITI-RESISTANT SUSTAINABLY ECONOMICAL CERTIFIED ENVIRONMENTAL


ALUCOBOND A2 with its mineral Does not give sprayers any chance! ALUCOBOND- faades provide an BALANCE
core is not combustible, Marks can simply be washed off from all extremely cost-effective building envelo- ALUCOBOND environmental certifica-
ALUCOBOND plus has low standard colours using cleaning agents. pe with high value retention due to their tion (EPD) is in accordance with interna-
flammability. durability, high functional reliability, tional ISO standards. The environmental
freedom from maintenance and footprint is checked by an independent
economical usage over their entire experts. This document can be downloa-
operational life. ded from our website.

DAMAGE TOLERANCE IMPROVED NOISE REDUCTION PROTECTIVE FILM STORAGE / HANDLING


The rear-ventilated ALUCOBOND Depending on the installation of the rear- In order to avoid adhesive residues on the surface, caused ALUCOBOND is to be protected against rain, dampness
faade elements are damage tolerant, even ventilated faade, the aluminium composi- by UV radiation, the protective foil should be removed as penetrating the panels and the build-up of condensation.
when there is extreme expansion, and stay te panel delivers an additional reduction in soon as possible after the panels have been installed. Protec- It is recommended that only panels of the same sized are
completely flat. noise of 8 - 10 dB. tive foils and panel surfaces are not to be marked with inks stacked with a maximum stacking height of 6 pallets.
(felt tips), adhesive tapes or stickers, as solvents or softeners Storage for more than 6 months should be avoided, as the
can damage the painted surfaces. After installation, the pro- protective foils can become difficult to remove. When
tective foil must be removed as quickly as possible, as foils stacking panels, do not lay anything between the panels
which have been weathered on a long-term basis can only so as to avoid imprints.
be removed with great difficulty.

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ARCHITECTURAL CULTURE AT A GLANCE.

Blunck + Morgen Architekten, C.F. Mller Architects, TUM, Emerging Technologies, (DE) Renner Hainke Wirth, Architekten (DE)
WTM Engineers, Hamburg, (DE) Aarhus, (DK) The swarm, Munich, (DE) Cruise Center Altona, Hamburg (DE)
Bus station Hamburg-Poppenbttel, (DE) Advice House, Vejle, (DK)

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ALUCOBOND Pure white ALUCOBOND spectra Cupral ALUCOBOND Silver metallic ALUCOBOND Anodized Look CO/EV1

Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH, Dominique Perrault Architectes, Menig & Partner, Rottendorf, (DE) Stadtbildplanung
Vienna, (AT) Paris, (FR) S. Oliver Casino new building, (DE) Dortmund GmbH, (DE)
Raiffeisen Finanz Center, Eisenstadt, (AT) Onix office building, Lille, (FR) Hxterstrasse, Hagen, (DE)
paul ott photographed

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ALUCOBOND Gold metallic ALUCOBOND naturAL LINE ALUCOBOND Silver metallic / Black ALUCOBOND different colours

Henning Larsen Architects, Pascall + Watson Architects, Hermann Eisenkck Architects, Cos Howlett + Bailey Woodland, (AU)
Kopenhagen, (DK) London, (UK) Graz, (AT) W.A. Maritime Museum,
Concert and congress hall, Uppsala, (SE) Dublin Airport Terminal 2, IMF Tertia, Lannach, (AT) Fremantle, (AU)
ke E Lindmann photographed Dublin, (IE)

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Page 08-09; 41 ALUCOBOND Silver metallic/ Page 43 ALUCOBOND Traffic White/Sunrise
ALUCOBOND Sunrise Silver metallic Traffic grey ALUCOBOND Black Silver metallic

Adjaye Associates, London, (UK) Zimmermann Architectural


School of Management, Moscow (RU) Cooperative (DE)
Student Residence, Dresden, (DE)

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ALUCOBOND Silver metallic,
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ALUCOBOND different colours Sparkling red metallic

Hank + Hirth, Ehningen, (DE) Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines,


Marc Cain Administrative Paris, (FR)
Head Office, Bodelshausen, (DE) Centre Pompidou, Metz, (FR)

Hufton + Crow/View/and
Roland Halbe/Artur Images

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English
01/09/2016 Printed in Germany FAADE FASCINATION

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