What is ACM, you ask?
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) is a subcategory of MCM (Metal Composite Material) which also includes natural materials such as copper, zinc and pre-finished raw materials (steel and aluminum).
ACM is an architecturally versatile cladding product that is created when two aluminum sheets are bonded to a non-aluminum core making planks, which are then fabricated into Aluminum Composite Panels (ACP).
ACM is typically defined by the overall thickness of the panel and the core. The standard available options are: 3mm, 4mm and 6mm thicknesses and are available in one of two standard core options; polyethylene (PE) or a fire-retardant core (FR).
The use of PE and FR Core is solely dictated by code requirements, not price.