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    Vitracore G2: DtS, BCA compliant, non-combustible bonded aluminium panel

    Manufactured by Fairview; Vitracore Generation 2 (G2) is deemed non-combustible when tested to AS1530.1 as per the requirements set out by the BCA.

    Visually, Vitracore G2 is the same as traditional composite panel; but what makes it different is the technology of the core, which is constructed from an 100% aluminium structure rather than combustible material.

    It is the same to fabricate and install as traditional ACP, and utilises the PPG coating system; thus is available in unlimited range of colours, and a selection of natural finishes

    The technology of the core also allows continual production; providing an exceptionally consistent and cost effective product. This high performance panel is ideal for all façade and soffit applications; providing the decisive solution to high demands and requirements.

    The benefits of Vitracore G2 include:

    •  Tested to AS1530.1 & AS1530.3
    • Tested to BS8414 and BR135
    • Weatherproofed to BCA Clause FP1.4
    • Design flexibility
    • Concealed fixing
    • Lightweight and easy to install
    • Visually the same as traditional ACP
    • Resistant to corrosion
    • Deemed Non-Combustible by the current and 2019 BCA under clause C1.9(e)vii
    • CodeMark Certified to Building Code of Australia (BCA) 2019 Standards
    • Highly effective for infrastructure projects eg, hospitals and schools
    • Core technology allows for a consistent and precise product
    • Available in a wide range of finishes including: solid and metallic, special effects colours, imitation stone, timber, corten and copper
    • Cost effective, large stock holdings and short lead times

     

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