they should be placed in a dry and ventilated place to avoid water accumulation and avoid installation in abnormal environments.
When transporting or storing aluminium composite panels,
they need to be placed flat and the four sides of the panel must be lifted at the same time during handling.
When slotting with a slotting machine or gong machine,
use a circular head or a V-shaped flat head saw blade or milling knife with a greater than 90 degrees to cut the slot,
leaving a 0.2-0.3mm thick plastic core board together with the panel to bend the edge to
increase strength and toughness as well as to prevent the aluminium sheet from hydrogenation.
Bending the corners too sharply or cutting to injure the aluminium panel or
leaving the plastic too thick can cause the aluminium panel to break or the paint film to burst when bending the edge.
To maintain the flatness and increase the wind resistance of the aluminium panels,
they need to be lined with a skeleton and glued to the panels after bending the edges. When used for curved surface decoration,
aluminium composite panels should be bent using bending equipment, with slow force,
so that the panel gradually reaches the desired surface, not in one step.