PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
The Reynobond® aluminum composite building panel system employs an aluminum finished composite panel and reveal joint fitted with a weather resistant closure strip. The resultant assembly features a low maintenance, durable, and extremely attractive panel system. The Reynobond panel itself consists of a thermoplastic compound core laminated between two 0.50 mm (.020”) sheets of aluminum. The reveal joint closure strip is made from the same Reynobond material which can be finished to match the panel, or alternatively, colored to provide an accent strip. Reynobond is also available with optional proprietary fire-resistant (FR) core material that meets or exceeds national building code requirements.
Finishes:
Reynobond Aluminum Composite Material is protected and colored with high-performance Colorweld 500 coatings. These finishes feature 70% KYNAR 500®/HYLAR 5000® polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resins, coil coated to ensure the highest color uniformity and quality. Colorweld 500 coatings exhibit outstanding color and gloss retention, and are considered the premier architectural coating for metal.
They provide excellent flexibility and film adhesion for forming, and offer superior resistance to humidity, impact, salt spray, pollution, abrasion and graffiti.

Opaque Finishes: These are 2-coat finishes typically consisting of a 0.2 mil primer and a 0.8 mil color coat, for a nominal dry film thickness of 1.0 mil.

Mica Finishes: These are 2-coat finishes typically consisting of a 0.2 mil primer and a 0.8 mil color coat with mica flakes suspended in the finish. Nominal dry film thickness is 1.0 mil.

Metallic Finishes: These are 3-coat finishes typically consisting of a 0.2 mil barrier primer, a 0.8 mil color coat and a .05 mil clear top coat, for a nominal dry film thickness of 1.5 mils.

Custom Colors or Finishes:
Virtually any color can be produced in 2-coat, 3-coat (XL), metallic or mica finishes. Other coatings are also available to meet special requirements. Minimum quantities may apply. Set-up charges apply for less than 10,000 square feet (929 square metres).
Consult Kanalco for specific details.