Cladding and Screening

Alstain supply a wide range of high quality architectural cladding systems in a unique range of colours, materials and finishes.

You’ll find standing seam cladding, interlocking panel, flat lock panel, cassette panel cladding, rib cladding, batten seam, composite panels, tiles and Millennium tiles. Most cladding is available in basic metals like Colorbond and zincalume as well as speciality metals such as Corten, zinc and stainless steel, copper alloys or prestige materials like coloured stainless steel.

  • Standing Seam Cladding

Standing seam cladding is a popular choice with architects, designers and builders. Double or single standing seam cladding can be used on almost any surface and can be laid either vertically or horizontally on walls.It is fast and easy to install, making it cost effective particularly when covering large areas.

  • Interlocking Panel

An  interlocking panel provides a modern solution for contemporary wall cladding and facades. It’s flat, recessed interlocking joint system is a sophisticated European style cladding that has a uniquely elegant appearance.

  • Flat Lock Panel

Flat lock panels create a simple, yet modern and elegant solution for Cladding & Facades to provide a longitudinal flat seam.

  • Cassette Panel

A cassette panel system is a versatile, express joint cladding system which offers an innovative facade solution that provides a modern, excellent flat appearance.

  • Rib Cladding

The rib profile of  rib cladding makes it suitable for many applications. It is ideal choice for architects, designers and builders as it can be used on straight or curved surfaces.

  • Batten Seam Cladding

At Alstain we specialise in unique architectural cladding systems including batten seam cladding. Batten seam cladding is a popular choice by architects, designers and builders. It is a traditional metal cladding technique involving the use of timber battens and capping strips. Flat metal lengths are separated by wooden battens which are then covered with metal caps. The battens can vary in shapes and sizes and provide a means of securing the cladding metal.

  •  Composite Panel

Composite panels consist of a mineral filled core, covered both sides by two sheets of Aluminium, available in a wide range of colours and finishes. Aluminium, Titanium-Zinc, Stainless Steel, Copper, Textured, Bi-Colour and Embossed finishes are all available.

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