Flute board or ACM - which to choose?

example of flute board (corflute) signs

Corflute / Flute board

Corflute is light weight, weather resistant and offers great visual appeal for your signage. Commonly used in the real estate, building and construction industries, corflute is a popular form of temporary signage, and is well suited to medium term use. Corflute is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Polypropylene corrugated board is often referred to by the trade names Corflute or Corriflute. It is a lightweight, tough material, which is easy to cut using a craft knife. The material can be joined using a wide variety of techniques, from gluing and stitching, through to fastening with click rivets or Corri-Joiners.

How Long will it last?
With 5mm thickness, corflute signs life-span varies depending on how they are treated. If they are left outside all the time they should last around 1 year. If they are left inside, they can last many years.



diagram of aluminium composite material

ACM (Aluminium Composite Material)

Aluminium composite panels (ACP), made of aluminium composite material (ACM), are flat panels consisting of two thin coil-coated aluminium sheets bonded to a non-aluminium core. ACPs are frequently used for external cladding or facades of buildings, insulation, and signage.