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Corflute Signs

Cost effective and lightweight corflute signs

What is Corflute?

Corflute is corrugated plastic, but is also known as Polyflute, Coroplast, FlutePlast, IntePro, Proplex, Correx, or Twinplast. It can be used either indoors or outdoors for a range of purposes and is 100 percent recyclable. Corrugated plastic is used for a range of signs including, lot plates, construction site, election campaigns, special events, trade shows, first aid, and menu boards. 

Why choose Corflute for your sign material?

Corflute is completely customisable to your needs, as it can be cut into any shape or joined together to make a giant sign.

 Corflute signs are a cost effective solution for temporary signage. It is lightweight, weather resistant and reasonably priced. Easy to install and remove by anyone, corflute is a great option for temporary signage. 

The Flexibility of Corflute signs

Corflute can be cut into any shape or joined together to make a giant sign. It comes in a variety of thicknesses, although it is most commonly between 3 to 5 mm. Infinity Signs can print onto it and install vinyl cut lettering to it as well as custom screen printing.

Contact us to discuss your corflute sign needs.


“We’ve been working with Corey and the team at Infinity Signs for a number of years now on everything from building signage to truck signage and have always been impressed with not only the quality of their work, but the costs as well. Would highly recommend”.

Menz Fru Chocs

“I’ve worked with Corey and the team at Infinity Signs on a number of projects and have never been disappointed. The quality of their work is fantastic, and they constantly go above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service”.

Kyle Heinrich

“Thank Corey and the team for a brilliant job, we are very pleased with the end product.” 

David Rawnsley

DB Rawnsley and Associates

“Infinity Signs have delivered on all our signage needs. They provide fantastic service and a great product. The team will be the first we call when we need any sign work in the future and we would definitely recommend for others to use them”.

Dale Kennaway