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    New fire rated timber finish aluminium cladding to be unveiled at Sydney Build Expo

    Urbanline Architectural

    A new range of non-combustible aluminium cladding products will be unveiled at the upcoming Sydney Build Expo on 30 and 31 March.

    Combining style, convenience and safety, Urbanline Architectural’s AluSelekta sets a new standard in aluminium cladding with the realistic timber finish achieved using the latest German printing technology.

    The new timber finish aluminium cladding meets fire ratings and Australian standards for high rise buildings; when used in combination with Euro Selekta, it provides a consistent natural, timber look that will be appreciated by clients.

    The AluSelekta cladding range featuring an authentic timber finish shares the same colours and tones as Urbanline’s composite cladding Euro Selekta. The two cladding products can be interchanged flexibly to achieve a seamless style and meet all bushfire ratings at the same time.

    The BAL 29 compliant Euro Selekta will also be showcased at the Expo along with Urbanline’s newly extended and very popular Vulcan cladding range. Urbanline has recently extended its thermally modified wood range, introducing Vulcan Zara to complement its proven Vulcan Hector product.

    The new thermally modified wood cladding comes in five new ‘chunkier’ profiles, opening up an opportunity for exciting design features such as shadow lines and 3D effects.

    Visit Urbanline Architectural at Sydney Build Expo Booth 79, Thursday 30 to Friday 31 March, 9.30am to 5.30pm. 

    Sydney Build Expo is being held at The Hordern Pavilion, 1 Drive Ave, Moore Park NSW 2021.

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