DecoClad is an innovative system designed to harness the durability and high performance qualities of aluminium. The fixing system allows for natural expansion and contraction with changes in temperature.
DecoClad cladding profiles and extruded accessories are manufactured in 6.5 metre lengths, however due to the process of applying the beautiful timber-look (or other) finish, the usable length is 6.47m. Cutting is available for an additional surcharge.
Each DecoClad board has a wall thickness of 2mm and a maximum profile thickness of 15mm.
DecoClad utilises DECO’s advanced sublimation photo imaging technology to offer a range of durable and natural timber-look finishes on our aluminium cladding profiles.
DecoWood is our Super Durable powder coat timber-look finish that is available in a range of 30 colours with colour matching also available to suit your project. The finish is marine grade, UV resistant and complies to Qualicoat and Australian Standard 3715.
Plain powder coat colours are also available.
For more information on our Super Durable DecoWood finish, click here.
DecoClad has multiple uses and has been designed to allow for a range of installation techniques. The simple tongue and groove design offer easy installation, with a range of accessories for a clean and tidy finish – be that on walls, ceilings, around windows, gable ends or more. DecoClad can also be installed vertically or horizontally, depending on your application. For detailed installation methods and techniques for your project download the DecoClad Installation Manual here.
DecoClad has been designed to meet Australia’s stringent building standards. The range has been tested to and passed the following standards:
AS1530.1 - Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures - Combustibility test for materials. (CSIRO)
AS/NZS1530.3 - Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures - Simultaneous determination of ignitability, flame propagation, heat release and smoke release. (CSIRO)
AS3837 - Method of test for heat and smoke release rates for materials and products using an oxygen consumption calorimeter. (CSIRO)
NCC 2015 - Volume 1 - Clause C.1.12 - Combustibility of Materials (No Amendment in NCC 2016). (CSIRO)
AS4040.3 - Methods of testing sheet roof and wall cladding – resistance to wind pressures for cyclone regions. (AZUMA DESIGN)