You are using Internet Explorer 11 or earlier, this browser is no longer supported by this website. We suggest to use a modern browser.

Aluminium Rainscreen Cladding
  • Home
  • Aluminium Rainscreen Cladding - th...

Rainscreen cladding

thyssenkrupp Materials (UK) have a long and established history in the aluminium rainscreen cladding market supplying material into projects such as Greenwich Blade, Bath university, Chaucer House and Exchange Court.

We understand that the aluminium cladding industry is a specialist sector and have a dedicated team responsible for helping with project management, cost reductions and JIT deliveries.

Pre-anodised aluminium sheet

pre-anodised aluminium sheet
Pre-anodised aluminium sheet

What is cladding?

What is cladding?
<p>What is cladding?</p>

Composite Panel Sections

<p>Composite Panel Sections</p>

Aluminium Cladding

Aluminium rainscreen cladding is becoming more popular because of its limited environmental impact, low maintenance combined with relative low cost and high strength as well as having the benefit of being classified as non combustible.

Save costs and order exact panel sizes

In addition to having one of the largest range of standard aluminium sheet sizes off the shelf, thyssenkrupp materials have invested heavily in decoiling facilities meaning that we can supply exact panel sizes for your aluminium rainscreen cladding project on a quick lead time or, as part of a supply chain management package.

By supplying bespoke sheet sizes upto 6000mm long, we can help you reduce installation times and scrap meaning that we can offer you significant cost savings over using standard sheets.

Enhanced design

By offering the flexiblity of supplying aluminium rainscreen cladding panels cut to your exact requirements, we can aid in the design process by ensuring few split panels leaving your facade with clean edges as well as reducing the installation time and complexity.

Because we can offer both standard aluminium sheets and decoiled to size in house, both our lead times and minimum quantities are greatly reduced when compared to the traditional method of ordering direct from the mill.