Euroclad Liner Profiles are an economic, lightweight alternative to other methods of internal lining, providing support for insulation in site assembled systems

Liner sheets are typically manufactured from white polyester coated steel which provides good light reflectivity, together with a hard, smooth and easily cleaned finish.

A high reflectivity option is available for optimised lighting usage, whilst more aggressive environments can be provided with more robust coatings or aluminium as a metal substrate.

  • Our primary liner profiles are 19-167-1000 in 0.4mm or 0.7mm steel and 32-200-1000 MW5 in 0.6mm and 0.7mm steel and 0.9mm aluminium
  • 32-167-1000 profile is also available in 0.7mm steel and 0.9mm aluminium
  • Translucent sheets can be supplied to match all Euroclad liner sheets
  • Liners are also available as crimped, curved sections and with perforation for acoustic purposes giving huge flexibility of application to suit most requirements

Technical & Downloads

Product Parameter

Profiles 19-167-1000 Liner
32-200-1000 MW5 Liner
32-167-1000 Liner
Cover widths 1000mm
Standard Colour White
Finish Polyester


Euroclad 19-167-1000 Liner 2L

Euroclad 19-167-1000 Liner 2LS

Euroclad 19-167-1000 Rev Liner 3L

Euroclad 19-167-1000 Rev Liner 3LS

Euroclad 32-167-1000 Liner 3L

Euroclad 32-167-1000 Liner 4D

Euroclad 38-152-914 Liner 3D

Euroclad 32-200-1000 Liner MW5 2L

Euroclad 32-200-1000 Liner MW5 2LS

Euroclad 32-200-1000 Liner MW5 3D

Euroclad 32-200-1000 Liner MW5 3DS


Our Approach to Sustainability

Euroclad Group is committed to continual improvement, striving to manufacture and deliver the most environmentally responsible and sustainable products. Key to this is establishing, implementing and maintaining an Integrated Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO9001, ISO14001.

Euroclad Group aims to make specifying the most sustainable products simpler and more transparent. To this end it has implemented BES 6001 Responsible Sourcing of Construction Products standard that independently demonstrates that a building material has been produced in a way that has minimised its environmental impact and is sustainable.