• Sublimax


    Sublimax panels are a coated aluminium substrate ready for your next sublimation printing project.

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    Almaxco, with its headquarters in Singapore, has been manufacturing Aluminium Composite Panel Sheets since 1997. With exports to over 42 countries and 27 distributors across four continents, Almaxco is one of the leading global players in the Aluminium Composite Panel Industry.

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    Almaxco ® Aluminium Composite Panels is widely used in various industries. Its superior flatness, strength and light weight make it an optimal solution for various applications.

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    Almaxco ® Signage/Digital Printing Panels are extremely lightweight, rigid and flat, providing creative designers with endless possibilities to express their ideas and achieve the optimal results.

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    Furniture, Splash Backs, Room Dividers & Wall Partitions, Retractable Garage Doors, Marine & Transportation Industry, Tunnel Walls & many more.

Storage & Handling


Proper care should always be taken when handling and storing pallets which contain Almaxco Panel Sheets.
We strongly recommend that the following guidelines be strictly adhered to:

  • A forklift, which can support lifting weights of at least 2500 kg is used to move the pallets around.
  • The length of the fork should be at least 1.5m in length, so that it can adequately support the weight of the Pallet and prevent the pallet from tipping over or being damaged.
  • When storing Pallets, they should be stored in a clean, dry and covered warehouse or space at all times, so as to prevent the Pallets from being exposed to the sun, rain, moisture and other elements.
  • When stacking the pallets on top of each other, the maximum height should not exceed 6 meters, so as to avoid warping and bending of the Panel Sheets.
  • Only Pallets of identical size should be stacked one on top of the other.
  • All Pallets must always be placed on horizontal racks or stacked horizontally.
  • If Panels are removed from the Pallets, do not lean the removed Panels against any vertical wall or similar support, so as to avoid damage to the surface of the Panel Sheets.
  • When removing a Panel Sheet from a Pallet, it must be carried out with at least 1 worker, at opposite ends and they should only remove 1 Panel at a time.
  • A single worker must not try to remove or flip the
    Panel Sheets out of a pallet by himself, as doing so could cause injury to the worker and damage to
    the Panel Sheet.
  • When stacking Panel Sheets on top of each other, nothing should be placed between them, so as to avoid causing any marks, dents or impressions on any of the Panel's surfaces.
  • It is highly recommended to cover pallets with a plastic sheeting to prevent accumulation of dust and dirt on the Panel Sheets.
  • Storage exceeding 6 months or more must be avoided, as this could cause the protection film to over-stick to the panels coated surface.

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