Alupanel is a dual-sided sheet lighter than aluminum, yet very rigid and hard-wearing which can be easily formed and printed on. It is made of a polyethylene core and two aluminum sheets. Alupanel is known for its incredible strength and stiffness which make it particularly desirable for the exterior and interior signage. Alupanel is widely employed for various advertising purpose. Considering its incredible strength and resistance, Alupanel is lightweight and remarkablely affordable. Our signs has the metallic, eye-grabbing look that one would envision for Alupanel signs. We offer multiple sizes and various thickness options.
Designed for both internal and external use, brushed aluminum signs are commonly used to display business names, logos, suite numbers, titles, and general information. They are great for lobby and receptionist areas, stores, waiting rooms, internal offices, hallways, bathrooms, and more. Brushed aluminum signs are also popular as restroom, exit, handicap, and maximum occupancy signs.
Different sizes are available for Brushed Alupanel 3mm. Ordered sizes should fall between minimum 1 inch and maximum 96 inch for the width and between minimum 1 inch and maximum 48 inch for the height.
You can do two things with “Sets” field. First, you can multiple your orders of the same artwork if you cannot see your order quantity. It means in case of need to order more quantities than defined ones in “Quantity” field, you can select the numbers in “Sets” field. Second, if you have different versions of artworks, you can set the number of versions in “Sets” field.
The most common method of mounting our brushed aluminum signs is to a rigid surface using standoffs. After measuring and marking the location where the sign will be hung you can use the standoffs package (must be ordered as an option) to mount your metal sign. Note, for some rigid surfaces a pilot hole may be needed before continuing installation of your sign. Simply put your anchor inside of the standoff tube and then drill the screw and tube into the wall through the drilled holes on the sign itself. The final step is to screw on the caps of the standoffs by hand. To install your sign this way you’ll need a measuring tape, a level, and drill. We also recommend selecting the “Drilled Holes” option unless you plan to drill your own holes in the sign. Other methods of installation include 3M command strips, adhesive velcro, double sided tape, or washers and screws.