Reliable Aluminium Composite Panel (ACP) Compliance & Combustibility Reporting in Sydney

Does your building have aluminium composite panelling (ACP)? Are you certain your building is compliant with state and insurance regulations? Cladding Compliance Australia is the nation’s only company offering a complete solution for aluminium composite panel compliance. Through our 30 years’ experience in fire services across the country, we’ve perfected the process of identifying combustible cladding, rectifying the risk of a catastrophic fire, and ensuring that your building complies with all current laws and regulations.

Call us on 1300 651 085 to book in a consultation, combustible cladding inspection, or full ACP combustibility report today.

What are aluminium composite panels?

Aluminium composite panels, also known as ACP or sandwich panels, are two thin, flat, aluminium panels bonded to a non-aluminium core. It’s worth noting not all ACP panels were made the same and those with more than 30% polyethylene in the core are considered the most dangerous. To protect your home or business, consult Cladding Compliance for a comprehensive ACP combustibility report in Sydney.

What makes ACP or combustible cladding dangerous?

There is a core made up of polyethylene that is sandwiched between two aluminium panels and when exposed to heat will combust causing a rapid rate of fire spread. In recent history, there have been disastrous incidents that have garnered attention to the dangers of combustible cladding. Most notably the Melbourne Lacrosse Building fire in 2014, and in 2017 the destruction of the Grenfell Tower in London in which 71 lives were lost.

As a result, state governments across the country have introduced strict new laws in which buildings must be audited to identify if there is a presence of aluminium composite panels. These include:

  • Aged-care buildings, hospitals and other care facilities
  • Public assembly buildings including schools, theatres, churches, cinemas, and more
  • Residential apartment buildings
  • Hotels, student accommodations, hostels, and more

Book a full ACP combustibility report in Sydney

Fires within buildings containing aluminium composite panels are incredibly difficult to extinguish. With insurance agencies and governments across Sydney and wider Australia calling for its removal, it is paramount that you take appropriate measures to ensure your property is protected.

Cladding Compliance Australia provides an extensive ACP combustibility report based on intensive onsite inspections, detailed review of specifications, and recommendations from industry leading refurbishment teams. Contact us today to learn more by calling 1300 651 085, or take a quick moment to fill out our online enquiry form.