Architectural façade specialists Metalline have introduced a new non-combustible A1 rated spandrel panel that has been designed to fit into most curtain walling, structural glazing and unitised systems. This new panel is said to allow architects and designers to specify a tested panel with confidence.
Constructed from an A1 non-combustible material Metalline’s new Spandrel panels have been independently tested at Efectis achieving a 60/60 rating to ensure they meet the very latest fire and safety regulations.
Metalline’s range of aluminium spandrel panels also known as Ultima spandrel panels are produced in a wide variety of colours and finishes. These include a full range of anodised colours as well as specialist PPC finishes that mimic Portland stone and Corten for example. Metalline offers a full range of PPC finishes. The range of finishes means these panels can be introduced without compromising the overall aesthetics of the building façade.
According to Metalline, these highly versatile panels can be adapted for a wide range of buildings, they are produced from environmentally friendly and sustainable materials and can help a building conform to the highest level of BREEAM certification.
Acoustic and thermal performance can all be enhanced using a variety of cores tested at both Sound and UKAS approved laboratories.