Aluminum Composite Material Signs

Aluminum composite material is comprised of two thin sheets of aluminum, thermo-bonded to a polyethylene core. The result is a material that is more rigid than solid aluminum while weighing almost 50% less!

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The reduced weight and increased rigidness makes this material perfect for larger facility signs or river crossing signs. The signs require less bracing and fasteners, saving both time and money on installation.

Aluminum composite material signs are composed of the flattest material on the market today.

Unlimited Colors, At No Extra Cost We can print elaborate, multicolor legends and company logos– without charging extra.

Custom Shapes, At No Extra Cost We use the same cutting mechanization as the likes of Bentley and Red Bull Racing, so we can cut custom shapes at lightning speeds.

Durable While solid aluminum signs tend to warp over time, Aluminum composite material signs are exceptionally flat and will not bow when exposed to the elements.

10 Year Warranty Our ACM signs will not become brittle or fade significantly for a minimum of 10 years.

Custom Legends Any legend can be printed on our Aluminum Composite Material Signs. The signs may be single sided or double sided.

Sign Saver Bracket Sign Saver Brackets can prevent signs from being deformed  during attachment to 1.12 lb. or 2 lb. U-channel posts. The aluminum bracket is 3”W x 2”H with a 3/8” center hole.

After years of working with engineers and equipment manufacturers to increase sign durability, we were able to develop Rhino UV Armor.

Rhino UV Armor’s patent pending technology is superior UV protection to any clear-coat, and Rhino is the only sign manufacturer with this technology.

With Rhino UV Armor, our digitally printed signs are engineered outdoor use, and come with a 10-year guarantee.

All Rhino-made signs are UV stable, and have superior endurance against breaking, cracking or significant fading due to environmental effects. Rhino UV Armor will guard the legend from bubbling or cracking, allowing the sign to perform its job for a guaranteed minimum of 10 years.