Corrugated panel systems are a great way to add physical texture inexpensively to surfaces. Profiles for this panel system vary widely and are typically custom to the project as various breaks can be achieved without cracking or crazing. This system benefits from additional visual interest from the interaction of light with the various angles of the system, creating shadows, texture, and glint. Additionally, panels may be micro-perforated and have backing added to transform them into acoustic panels.
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Walls or Ceilings. Interior or Exterior.
Any custom finish or any Pure + FreeForm collection finish.
Class A Fire Rating. AAMA 2605 Exterior Superior Durability.
Made from 100% Aluminum. HPD, LEED, VOC free, Red List free, 100% Recyclable, Made from 20% recycled content. See more features.
Resists UV Degradation & Corrosion, Resists Chemical Exposure, Color Resists Fading, Chalking, or Loss of Gloss.
Finishes require little to no maintenance. Surface residue may be removed by following simple cleaning methods, as advised by Pure + FreeForm.
Printed aluminum flat sheets and panels can be cleaned with non-solvent based, non-abrasive commercial neutral detergent and clean water, as advised by Pure + FreeForm.
These profiles come in a range of thicknesses from 0.8mm to 1.0mm. Break Forming (Shark Fin) offers more options to customize both the depth of the peak and slope of the profile. Roll Forming (Box Rib) offers ease of fabrication and are therefore a more cost-effective option for many projects. Both can be perforated and have acoustic backing added. If a custom profile is desired, please contact us.
Panels are formed from flat sheets sized 48″ by up to 177″. The panel size will depend directly upon the frequency of corrugation peaks, as well as amount of space between the peaks. For example, deep and frequent peaks will result in smaller panel sizes due to the amount of material needed to achieve the profile. Let us know your desiring sizing and we work to optimize the system.
Depending on the application of the panels, a vertical or horizontal appearance may be desired to create various shadow lines. For ceilings, panels can be suspended to add depth to the surface. Panels can have exposed or concealed fasteners.