What do we mean by cladding, especially metal cladding?


Cladding is the application of one material over another to provide a skin or layer. … Cladding can be made of any of a wide range of materials including wood, metal, brick, vinyl, and composite materials that can include Aluminum, wood, blends of cement and recycled polystyrene, wheat/rice straw fibers

Aluminum cladding is one of the most used types of cladding for building exteriors. … Aluminum is a lightweight metal that is durable, corrosion-resistant and 100% recyclable.

Cladding is a term given to an outer layer that is bonded to a core, or inner layer. … Metal cladding is also used in construction materials. In this case, the metal exterior may be bonded to a non-metal core. Metal cladding in construction is used for cost savings, but also to enhance the functionality of the façade

Cladding is a type of “skin” or extra layer on the outside of a building. It can be attached to a building’s framework or an intermediate layer of battens or spacers. It is mainly used to stop wind and rain from entering the building. Cladding can also provide sound and thermal insulation as well as fire resistance

Metal cladding is a type of protective coating, where the protective material such as metal powder or foil is bonded to a substrate by applying heat and/or pressure. The study of metal cladding is significant because this method of corrosion protection and wear protection is generally very reliable and cost-effective.

Aluminum composite panels (ACP), made of Aluminum composite material (ACM), are flat panels consisting of two thin coil-coated Aluminum sheets bonded to a non-Aluminium core. ACPs are frequently used for external cladding or facades of buildings, insulation, and signage.