UltraBoard Aluminum is a lightweight structural panel consisting of a rigid polystyrene foam core faced on one side with anodized aluminum and one side with litho grade high impact polystyrene. The foam and facers are permanently bonded together. The anodized aluminum panel can be used to create decorative letters and logos at a fraction of the cost of solid metal letters.
UltraBoard Aluminum is the ideal material for decorative letters and logos often seen in hotels, banks and office buildings. It can be sawed or routed, and is easier to craft than solid metal. It even maintains its appearance better — the surface is anodized aluminum, which will not rust, fade or tarnish. The back side is high-impact polystyrene.
For metal lettering and logos, UltraBoard Aluminum gold and chrome are the obvious choice and can be used in place of other sign materials.
UltraBoard Aluminum comes in four finishes — polished gold, brushed gold, polished chrome, and brushed chrome. Choose from black core, thicknesses from 3/16″ to 3,” and 48″ x 96″ sheets or custom-cut sizes. Two-sided aluminum panels are also available.
UltraBoard Aluminum panels have 0.016″ anodized aluminum facers. Anodized facers available are brushed gold, polished gold, brushed chrome and polished chrome. The facers have peel coat release liners to protect against scratching.
Available as Trimmed and Untrimmed Foam Core Panels
UltraBoard Aluminum panels are available either trimmed or untrimmed.
Trimmed Foam Core Boards
Foam core boards are pre-trimmed to available sizes. Foam core and facer panel are trimmed to an clean, smooth and even edge on all sides. UltraBoard Aluminum panels are supplied from the factory trimmed to 4 ft. x 8 ft. and boxed in quantities shown:
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Untrimmed Foam Core Boards
Untrimmed foam core boards are slightly oversized from standard available sizes. Foam core or facer panel may extend out beyond the other on one or more board edges. Untrimmed panels are packaged on skids consisting of full size foam core sheets stacked 40 inches high.