Aluzinc® is a metallic coated steel with a unique alloy of 55% aluminium, 43.4% zinc and 1.6% silicon. The Aluzinc® range is versatile and offers high performance, respecting both the environment and the natural beauty of steel.
- Outstanding corrosion resistance: as a result of the combined action of its aluminium and zinc components, Aluzinc® has a demonstrated record for outstanding resistance to corrosion, even in highly corrosive environments.
- 25-year guarantee: we are so confident in Aluzinc® ability to withstand corrosion that we back the AZ185 coating with a 25-year guarantee - possible extension to 30 years on request.
- Attractive Aesthetics: contemporary architecture demands absolute consistency, and Aluzinc® Florelis offers a guaranteed spangle number between 1,000 and 1,800 spangles/dm2. With its clean and highly reflective lines, this helps give your project a razor-sharp and luminous aesthetic clarity.
A variety of applications
- Roofs: Aluzinc®’s long-lasting shine creates excellent reflective power, meaning an Aluzinc® roof acts as a built-in climate control system. Aluzinc® HFX (High Formability eXtended) for standing seam roofs and rainwater systems combines the extreme formability with Aluzinc®’s staunch reputation for corrosion resistance.
- Facades: Aluzinc® and Aluzinc® Florelis are particularly adapted to facades, giving buildings an exceptional, light-reflecting finish which will retain its shine for decades. They guarantee a precision engineered aesthetics thanks to their controlled number of spangles within a single production batch.
- Car parks: thanks to its beautiful silver appearance and outstanding corrosion resistance, Aluzinc® is the perfect metallic solution for perforated car park cladding.
- Industrial applications: two specific grades (Aluzinc® NSB and Aluzinc® HFX) have been developed in order to meet the demand for various industrial segments such as Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, electrical cabinets, household appliances and many other applications.
- Indoor:as a ceiling, Aluzinc® creates a watertight support for a flat roof, and as a wall-covering, it makes the interior bright and attractive. Aluzinc® does not give off any toxic fumes and is not flammable.
Aluzinc® is produced in Dudelange (Luxembourg) and distributed as slitted coils or sheets through the ArcelorMittal distribution network in Europe.
- Excellent fire resistance without toxic fumes (meets European standard EN 13501-1 A1)
- Superior resistance to abrasion
- Protected by the 100% chromium-free Easyfilm® E coating, which offers additional corrosion protection during storage and transportation, resistance to fingerprinting and facilitates forming operations (no lubricant is required)
- Stunning reflectivity against heat and light - up to 80% of sunlight
- Surface recommended for use in food storage areas (NF A 36-712-6)
- Ease of working during folding, profiling, bonding, cold forming, cutting, deep drawing, stamping and welding operations
- Certifications and compliance: SP (SITAC), CSTB, BBA and KIT.
Aluzinc® is the perfect combination of strength and beauty making it an outstanding product in every way. Whatever your application, Aluzinc® is a cost-effective and sustainable solution with outstanding performances.
Philippe Vandenameele, ArcelorMittal Dudelange, photo POSITIF Bordeaux, Stéphane Chalmeau, Hervé Abbadie, Christian Michel, Luc Boegly, Antonio Martinelli, Trevor Sutton, Studio 2 - adapted by CDP for ArcelorMittal, PM-LUFT, Atelier de la Rize, Lindab Buildings
Fire brigade in Libourne, France by Atelier des Architectes Mazières and Agence Ragueneau et Roux.
Meteor Building in Saint Nazaire, France by Jean-Claude Pondevie, Blanchard Marsault Pondevie Architectes.
Sports hall in Toulon, France by Jean Chabanne
School & media library in Cavaillon, France by Aura Agency, Marseille
Lycée Gallieni, Toulouse, France by Vasconi Associés Architectes
Marcadet residence, Paris by Cantin Planchez Architectures
SOPHYSA production unit, Besançon, France by Brigitte Metra
Logistical building, Corbas, France by Constantin-Pais