Aluzinc® is a range of flat carbon steels with a unique alloy coating 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.
Aluzinc® is produced in Dudelange (Luxembourg) and distributed as slitted coils or sheets through the ArcelorMittal distribution network in Europe.
Whether your façade is creative, traditional or industrial, Aluzinc® combines attractive aesthetics with demonstrated durability.
Aluzinc® is not your typical steel. Part of ArcelorMittal’s aesthetic range of flat carbon steel products, it offers a one-of-a-kind finish specifically tailored for modern and contemporary façades. Aluzinc® adds a creative touch to transform a unique building into a remarkable one.
Modern architecture demands homogeneity and uniformity, and only the Aluzinc® Florelis range offers the guaranteed visual effect needed to create an eye-catching project. A creative option and very popular with architects, Aluzinc® Florelis gives your unique building a prestigious edge…
Offered between 1,000 and 1,800 spangles/dm2, Aluzinc® Florelis gives your project a prestigious edge.
Aluzinc®’s sustainable design optimises your roof’s thermal efficiency. Its long-lasting shine creates excellent reflective power, meaning an Aluzinc® roof acts as a built-in climate control system.
Highly formable, excellent resistance Aluzinc® HFX (High Formability eXtended) for standing seam roofs and rainwater systems combines the extreme formability with Aluzinc®’s staunch reputation for corrosion resistance. HFX products are ideal for these applications because of their ductility and malleability, even at low temperatures, as well as their durability.
The result is a new standard in roofing, replacing pure-zinc sheets and offering a cost-effective alternative to other metallic solutions.
Thanks to its beautiful silver appearance and outstanding corrosion resistance, Aluzinc® is the perfect metallic solution for perforated car park cladding. A popular choice in architectural projects, Aluzinc® offers exceptional natural advantages: excellent internal ventilation, first-class acoustic and internal ventilation, exceptional light weight and high reflectivity.
Aluzinc® coating is sure to enhance the prestige and visual interest of your car park projects.
Thanks to its beautiful appearance and excellent corrosion resistance, Aluzinc® will encourage creativity in your indoor projects. 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® owes its gloss to its natural silvery spangle, combined with exceptional light-reflecting characteristics. What’s more, Aluzinc® will retain this natural shine for a long time, thanks to its excellent resistance to atmospheric oxidation.
Finally, with respect to fire resistance, Aluzinc® offers the advantages of metallic coatings: it does not give off any toxic fumes and is not flammable.
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.
They offer excellent corrosion resistance (AZ185 Corrosivity Category C4), high heat resistance (Up to 315ºC) and a shiny appearance.
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.
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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.
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