The plastic materials and panels division represents one of the Service Centre’s main points of focus, and falls into one of the categories that Cerbone Group has rendered available to its customers in order to meet the needs that the end users have expressed over the years. The wide range of panels, combined with the various sizes and processing techniques, and the finishes available in stock, are the advantages that the Cerbone Service Centre offers to its customers operating in the door and window industry, as well as those who require plastics materials for advertising purposes.
Cerbone Group’s processing centre uses the best milling and engraving techniques for plastic materials like plexiglass, acrylic, polycarbonate, and aluminium composite, and is capable of creating products of every shape and thickness. Starting with the raw material, the milling process eliminates the excess plastic by following the shape defined by the project in a fast, flexible, and qualitatively unparalleled manner. There are countless applications, including wall and tabletop displays, placeholders, and plaques.
Aluminium composite panels
Aluminium composite panels are ideal for the creating ventilated façades. The panel’s structure consists of two external sheets of aluminium, which have been hot glued to a central layer of synthetic material. The Cerbone composite panel has been developed as a material for stable yet flexible architectural façades, and boasts a series of particularly exceptional properties, such as exceptional planarity, a wide range of colours, and optimal plasticity.
It is used for construction, ventilated façades, interior design, signage, and direct printing.
Compact and polycarbonate honeycomb
Polycarbonate honeycomb is widely used for roofs, verandas, pergolas, and conservatories, and has been extremely successful in the DIY sector due to the ease with which the slabs can be transported and installed upon pre-assembled frames. Its resistance to impact and temperature changes renders polycarbonate honeycomb perfectly suitable for outdoor use. The compact polycarbonate panel, on the other hand, is characterized by its high degree of transparency and excellent impact resistance. It’s an extremely lightweight and versatile material that boasts excellent light transmission capabilities. It is used to create windows and bullet-proof panes on military equipment.
Pral panels are made from an extraordinary synthetic material that’s obtained by combining a natural mineral with an acrylic polymer. Some of its most salient features include its beauty, colour, formability, functionality, and extraordinary tactility. Thanks to their ease of cleaning and maintenance, Pral panels tend to be used for kitchen counter tops and sinks, and are available in various finishes.
Our insulated panels are comprised of two metal layers, with an interior insulating layer of polyurethane foam or oriented-fibre mineral wool. Thanks to their manageability, thermal insulation, and ease of use, these lightweight panels are perfectly suited to various wall and roof construction needs, and can be applied to a wide range of support structures.
Methacrylate panels are made from thermoplastic materials, and have properties similar to glass in terms of rigidity, transparency or opaqueness, and resistance to chemicals. All the slabs are protected with polyethylene film on both sides. Methacrylate panels are widely used for signals, illuminated signs, billboards and plaques.
Laminated panels, PVC Foam Board, polystyrene and polypropylene
Various other lightweight, thermoformable and weather-resistant panels are also widely used by the Cerbone Service Centre for different purposes. The usage applications are endless.