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Surfaces

From aluminum and woodgrain metal to phenolic composites, KSC uses a variety of surface offerings to give designers nearly unlimited creative license. With applications including walls, columns and interiors, each surface can be tailored to the specific needs of any and all project types.

Aluminum

Wherever the design of a large-scale construction project limits panel size to a smaller module, we may recommend the use of Aluminum Sheet. KSC can provide it in thicknesses ranging from 1.5mm to 5mm. Durable finish options include high-grade Duranar paint and custom powder coatings such as simulated wood grain. In addition, KSC can install heavy aluminum plate systems with floating-edge detailing.

Aluminum Composite

Aluminum Composite is a thin, lightweight panel produced by bonding two sheets of aluminum to a low-density core. The combination results in great rigidity and a high strength-to-weight ratio that has created a revolution in the commercial construction industry. Remarkably durable Aluminum Composite panels offer unsurpassed consistency and performance and KSC can provide them in a wide range of colors and finishes.

Phenolic Composite

High-density Phenolic Composite is a closed-cell, homogenous material composed of wood fibers bonded with thermosetting resins. Highly resistant to both impact and damaging graffiti, these panels are particularly well-suited for walls that are adjacent to pedestrian traffic. KSC offers them in a wide range of colors and decorative finishes, including woodgrain prints fused to the core in a process that prevents the absorption of water or delamination.

Woodgrain Metal

The beauty and character of wood come together with the low-maintenance durability of aluminum in Woodgrain Metal. Greatly surpassing the longevity of both wood and wood veneer, KSC makes this product available in two forms: an aluminum composite material and an advanced powder coating that’s applied to aluminum. Both create a surface that is lightweight, non-combustible, and long lasting.

Zinc

Being by its very nature resistant to corrosion, zinc is both durable and maintenance-free, when installed correctly. It’s practical for a wide variety of building types, including high-rise construction, and architectural zinc offers a unique visual appeal when applied to a facade. Left untreated, it will over time develop a beautiful patina, and it can also be pre-weathered or even tinted to create a variety of appearances.

Copper

While widely considered a classic building material, copper can be used to bring additional prestige and character to both traditional and modern architectural styles. It’s highly durable, and even gains added visual appeal as it ages. Clear copper develops a dark patina, but pre-weathered coppers offer other options, including turquoise patinas that would take several decades to develop naturally from exposure.