What is Dibond?
Dibond is an aluminium composite material consisting of two aluminium sheets with a centre core of polyethylene. This was originally invented by the former “Aluminium Walzwerke Singen GmbH” back in 1965 who had patent protection for their invention calling it Alucobond, and is still being used today in architectural applications.
Based on the same technology, Dibond was born in 1992 and is now the leading brand in the Signs & Display industry.
Dibond is a very rigid yet relatively lightweight material with a thickness of 3 mm.
What is it Dibond used for?
It is mainly used for display and sign applications including retail & shop front signage. It can be drilled, riveted, screwed or nailed to almost any surface, and as it will not rust or crack it is ideal for both long and short term advertising displays. Dibond is also suitable for direct digital printing and has been used frequently in art exhibitions.
Can it be used outside?
Dibond weathers extremely well, with high UV resistance and excellent stability within a range of temperatures. It offers the same metallic finish as other metals without the weight or the risk of rusting. It is the perfect metal substitute for all weather conditions.
Is it easy to install?
Dibond is very easy to work with and is similar to using acrylic. It is a strong, rigid material, and can be hung with screws through drilled holes, double sided Velcro, double sided tape, double sided adhesive pads and stand off fixings.
Is Dibond recyclable?
Dibond is fully recyclable with the help of a technical procedure that separates and processes the aluminium & polyethylene.
What are its advantages?
•Increased corrosion resistance.