Why Zinc Composite Panels?
Zinc is a naturally occurring element that stands above par for its sustainable nature. It displays a unique ‘Patination Effect' as it absorbs greenhouse gases through different weathering cycles. In this process, it is the only metal to self-heal its surface from cuts and abrasions, requiring little to no maintenance. It is also highly durable and extremely long-living.
Zinc keeps its physical properties intact after recycling, gaining a very high metal value. Moreover, its low embodied energy uses less energy during production, making the production process further sustainable. Whether natural or pre-weathered, zinc is a highly valued metal by architects, facade & interior designers and professional roofers. It allows for creative freedom in architecture and lends a sleek aesthetic due to patination while being sustainable and helping create timeless designs. Its versatility makes it perfectly suitable for any building and structural design in classical and modern architecture.
Zinc Composite Panels are becoming increasingly popular for "Wall Cladding Applications" due to their corrosion resistance and naturally pre-weathered finishes. Additionally, "Zinc" is malleable and is simple to bend into different shapes and forms. This makes it easier to satisfy the facade's design requirements. Not to mention, zinc can be used for both straightforward facades and intricate, parametric, three-dimensional facades. The properties of zinc are unaffected by UV radiation, corrosion, or the elements. Moisture is shielded from the surface by a patina. Zinc cladding and roofing have a very long service life, and they can theoretically remain in good condition for up to 100 years. The durability, flatness, simplicity of manufacture and cost-effectiveness that are hallmarks of Aludecor's products are combined with the beauty and natural appearance of zinc in ZCP. Composite panelling easily fits into traditional and modern styles while offering all of its benefits. Titanium's zinc alloy absorbs carbon dioxide. As time goes on, it develops a natural carbonate-zinc patina that serves as both a surface protector and a means of eradicating blemishes and defects.
Zinc is now an architectural element that may be utilized to improve convivial places, such as;
- Entrance halls in office buildings
- Stores and multimedia libraries.
It has a contemporary style, streamlined design, sleek aspect, and range of hues.
Aludecor has created novel solutions that take advantage of all the properties of zinc as a material, including its durability, malleability, flexibility, aesthetics, and prestige. We provide a selection of systems furnished with premade finishing accessories made especially for covering facades in the commercial and residential sectors for new construction and renovation.