Dibond Signs & Boards

dibond signage

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This product is recognised as one of the best signage materials for permanent signage. Dibond or Aluminium composite sheet is commonly used for track side advertising boards and has an outdoor life of up to 10 years.

Dibond is made with aluminium and has a tough plastic core which leaves the viewer with a stunning finish to admire and it really is a product of a very high quality.

Dibond is designed especially for signs, fascias and the exhibition market. This product is double faced allowing for both sides to have a message if required.

We have a section of around 16 coloured aluminium composite panels with a matt and a Gloss finish to suit most tastes. The Panel can be folded or bent allowing the manufacturing process to offer a shaping service to fit around any design.

The product it is very stable and does not distort to heat unlike like foam boards. This is advantageous and so makes it ideal for use as signage for Shop fronts, track side advertising, pole mounted signs and in fact for any kind of event or signage need.

As an outdoor or an indoor sign this product will last for many years maximising your investment.

Considering the quality of this product it is in fact extremely light, weather resistant, fire retardant and is highly recommended for outdoor use.

The standard thickness available is set as 3mm.

We use this product for permanent and long term Displays, Estate Agency Signage, Construction Hoardings, Building Sites, Parking Signs, Industrial Signs, Traffic or Road Signs & Directional Signs.

The Industry often refers to Dibond as composite aluminium, Raybond, Skybond, Dilite or Dibond Digital.

We also work with panels that our Clients’ prepare themselves and supply to us for artwork to be applied, like the sign at the bottom of this page, supporting raising funds for Cancer. The panel was supplied to us and is made of six inch thick white painted wood for an equestrian center fundraising campaign.



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