Metalline: The FIRST and ONLY fabricator of A1 Rainscreen and Insulated Spandrel Panels

  • 3 Feb 2021

Metalline are the first UK cladding manufacturer to uniquely offer BOTH non-combustible aluminium Rainscreen and non-combustible aluminium insulated Spandrel panels – all fully tested and certified to Class A1 rating.

Metalline’s Ultima Insulated Spandrel panel range and Metalline’s Unity Rainscreen System have been independently tested to EN13501-1 2018 and achieved both A1 and A2 – s1,d0 classification.

This makes Metalline the UK’s FIRST and ONLY manufacturer to offer both a Rainscreen and Insulated Spandrel Panel that has achieved A1 certification.

The Building (Amendment) Regulations, SI 2018/1230 came into force on 21st December 2018. The amendment implements the promised ban on combustible cladding by prohibiting the use of combustible materials anywhere in the external walls of high-rise buildings over 18m above ground level, containing one or more dwellings.

Metalline’s process of continued research and development, which has led to an industry first, now means they are a one stop shop for both Rainscreen and insulated Spandrel panels for both new build projects and replacement non-compliant cladding.

For more information on A1 Fire Rated Rainscreen Panels please click here 
For more information on A1 Fire Rated Insulated Spandrel Panels please click here

For more info and to discuss your latest projects, contact Metalline’s dedicated sales team on 01543 456 930 or email [email protected]

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