ACROSS THE WORLD, ALUCOBOND® A2 is the only non-combustible aluminum composite panel used in architecture.

Due to its non-combustible core, this fantastic product meets stringent fire regulations and hugely increases the possibilities when it comes to creative building design.

As with all ALUCOBOND® products, ALUCOBOND® A2 allows for simple processing, is impact-resistant, break-proof, and weatherproof – and above all non-combustible.

ALUCOBOND® A2 is the only non-combustible aluminium composite panel used in architecture world-wide. Due to its non combustible core ALUCOBOND® A2 meets the high requirements of the fire regulations and enhances the possibilities for the concept and design of buildings.

ALUCOBOND® A2, as indeed all the products of the ALUCOBOND® family, allows simple processing, is impact-resistant, break-proof and weatherproof and, above all, non-combustible.

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Contour Cutting

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Roll Bending

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Routing & Folding



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ALUCOBOND® A2 can be cut with a vertical panel saw, circular saw, or jigsaw. Carbide tipped (CT) saw blades.
Blade geometry Tooth thickness approx. 2 - 4 mm, tapered to the inside to prevent jamming
Tooth geometry Trapezoid tooth / flat tooth
Pitch t 10 - 12 mm
Clearance angle α 15°
Rake angle γ 10° positive
Maximum feed s 20 m/min
Important: For ALUCOBOND® A2 special carbide tipped (CT – quality K01) saw blades are used. The speed must be reduced by 50%. Carbide tipped (CT) saw blades can be used for HOLZ-HER and Striebig circular panel saws. Trapezoid/flat tooth saw blade, flat teeth 45° chamfered can be used for burr-free edges.
Saw blade-Ø D = 300 mm (for Striebig vertical panel saw Standard II)
Number of teeth t = 72 Speiser Code No. 070 60 651
Saw blade-Ø D = 250 mm (for Holz-Her vertical panel saw 1255 ALUCOBOND®)
Number of teeth t = 60 (for cuts of up to 5 panels) Speiser Code No. 020 40 151
Bore Ø D = 30 mm
Tooth thickness 3.2 mm
Clearance angle α 15°
Rake angle γ 10 ° positive