ALUWELL- ALUMINIUM HONEYCOMB APPLICATION
Honeycomb Panel is used for several of applications (i.e. for tool machines, for serigraphy..etc.) and in different sectors such as: public transport industry,nautical sector, building industry, etc...
As core materials, aluminium honeycomb is used in sandwich panels and it is utilised in: floors, roofs, doors, partitions, facades, working surfaces for automatic machines, laser jet cutting and for all products which require an optimal stiffness-to-weight-ratio.
Aluwell Honeycomb Panel as panels’ core has several advantages:
good fire reaction
compression, shear and corrosion resistance
Aluminium honeycomb can be used as deflector for laminar flow-ventilation, and as crash-absorber for kinetic energy.
Thickness of non-expanded Blocks: 1000mm standard, the diameter of the cells from 3 to 25 mm. The density of the honeycomb depends on the thickness of the foil and the diameter of the cells.
Thickness of expanded section from 3mm to 60 / 200mm approx. (depending on the cell diameter).
Honeycomb density (from 20 to 163 kg/m3) depends on foil’s thickness and on cell size.
Aluwell Honeycomb core’s properties
Aluminium Alloy series 3000
Ø honeycomb in mm ca.
Ø honeycomb in inches
56 - 59
39 - 40
29 - 30
20 - 21
3,0 - 3,5
1,4 - 1,95
0,8 - 0,95
0,4 - 0,6
thickness’ tolerance mm
± 0,1 ( ± 0,05 on request )
dimension’s tolerance mm
maximum use temperature °C
Alloy 3000/3003/3005/3103/3104 aluminium honeycomb is sold perforated or non perforated
(the micro perforations allowing air flow between cells, for use under vacuum or decompression)
in three forms: unexpanded block non perforated, unexpanded slices, expanded sheets.
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MOD. B. Certification Nr.:
MED- 147 (IG-293-2013) REV.2
MOD. D. Certification Nr.: MED- 154
aluminium honeycomb complying with the
MED directive for the application in ships
registered or applied in the European Union.
Item N. MED/3.13,
IMO 2010 FTP Code, Annex 1
U.S. Coast Guard
MOD. B. USCG N. approval Nr.:
MOD. D. N. approval.: 164.109/EC0407/MED000154
UNI EN 13501-1
A1 Classification, non-combustible Class
Classification Nr. IN-01746/2017-OC-E
A1 - Incombustible
NF EN ISO 1716
M0 Classification, non-combustible Class
M0 - Incombustible