ALUCOIL, in its commitment to innovation and continuous improvement, continues to invest time and effort in moving towards the future. This new video summarises what ALUCOIL is today after 25 years of enthusiasm, effort and commitment.
With a renewed image, it provides all the information about its products and the markets where it operates so that there is no doubt that ALUCOIL is a leader in the manufacture of technologically advanced materials for the building, transport and industry sectors, always offering innovative, sustainable and high-quality solutions.
ALUCOIL is present all over the world and offers customised solutions that provide great added value to its customers through its globally recognised brands such as: Larcore, Larson or Termolac, among others.
ALUCOIL, committed to constant improvement, launches its new corporate video.
ALUCOIL, manufacturer of advanced materials for architecture, transport and industry, manufactures in its continuous line the largest honeycomb panel in the world, intended, in this case, for manufacturing lightweight truck bodyworks.
ALUCOIL‘s facilities have been preparing for years to manufacture, manipulate and transform large panels to respond the growing demand of mass transport sector.
With ALUCOIL’s honeycomb panels, lighter and more efficient constructions are achieved, where the assemblies require continuous pieces, increasingly larger and without joints for ceilings, walls or floors.
Thanks to their honeycomb core and aluminium skins, larcore® panels are light, rigid, resistant and ready to support heavy loads without adding weight. This helps mobility of the transports where they are installed.
larcore® 14.000mm, is the perfect panel for light bodyworks.
ALUCOIL, always committed to industry, innovation and infrastructure (SDG 9).
Want to learn all about aluminum/metals composite façade panels?
Alucoil North America has an online course focusing on ACM claddings “An ACM/MCM Overview: From Manufacture to Long-Term Performance”.
This presentation will be a course/talk where the following topics will be discussed: the continuous manufacturing process that results in extremely flat and strong panels, installation, paint coatings, and technical aspects of façades made of metal composite panels.
There, you will get information about the fire classification of these panels, as well as a comparison of ACM/MCM attachment systems to evaluate how they eliminate or manage water infiltration behind the panels, while preventing moisture from entering the building interior.
Also discussed is the performance of ACM/MCM with fire-resistant cores and the testing methods required by the building code along with the sustainability benefits of ACM/MCM through the use of highly recycled and recyclable metals.
This is an ‘accredited continuing education’ class (1 Learning Unit) for architects to maintain their standing with the AIA (American Institute of Architects).
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