Dibond is a leading brand of aluminium composite sheeting, renowned for its durability and versatility. While Dibond is a recognisable brand name, similar materials are also marketed under names like Dilite, Dibond Digital, and Raybond.
Constructed from a core of flexible polyethylene, each side of a Dibond sheet is coated with a thin aluminium sheet. These layers are then finished with a high-quality lacquer, ensuring sharp and vibrant print results. This unique structure combines the resilience of aluminium with the flexibility of polyethylene, making it a top choice for a multitude of applications.
Applications of Dibond Aluminium Composite Sheets
Dibond’s unique properties make it an ideal candidate for a variety of uses:
Advertising Signs & Displays: Weather-resistant and offering high UV resistance, Dibond sheets maintain their appearance across different temperatures, ensuring that advertisements remain vibrant and clear.
Artistic Endeavours: The smooth surface of Dibond makes it a preferred choice for artists, especially for direct-to-substrate printing or mounting photographic images.
Interior Design: Dibond’s sleek appearance, combined with its durability, has seen it employed in modern interior design projects, including wall panelling and furniture.
Construction: Dibond’s rigidity and light weight make it suitable for façade construction, particularly in modern architectural designs.
Advantages of Dibond Over Traditional Materials
Dibond has emerged as a reliable alternative to traditional materials for several reasons:
- Versatility: Easily shaped and tailored to specific requirements.
- Durability: Resists wear and tear, making it more long-lasting than some traditional materials.
- Lightweight: Achieves a balance of strength without being cumbersome.
- Maintenance: Requires minimal upkeep, resisting both corrosion and UV degradation.
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No, Dibond sheets are available in a wide range of metallic colours; we currently stock the following:
- Brushed Aluminium (silver)
- Gun metal grey
Surprising not, creating your display with Dibond can cost a lot less than what you might pay for the metal alternatives, and as you are guaranteed a perfect finish, we believe this quality material more than justifies the cost.
Dibond has a limited fire resistance. It’s always essential to check the specific fire classification of the product you’re purchasing and ensure it meets the safety standards required for your intended application.
Yes, Dibond is recyclable. The aluminium layers can be separated from the polyethylene core and recycled separately.