Ventilated facades

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Composite ventilated facade / aluminum

ALUCOBOND® A2 is a composite panel consisting of two aluminium cover sheets and a mineral-filled...

Composite ventilated facade / aluminum

ALUCOBOND® is a composite panel consisting of two aluminium cover sheets and a...

Composite ventilated facade / aluminum

Two-storey extension of the...

Terracotta ventilated facade

Maestral® is a large-formatted terracotta cladding (up...

Terracotta ventilated facade

Piterak ® Slim is a large dimensioned terracotta cladding...

Terracotta ventilated facade

Piterak® XS is a medium size terracotta...

Zinc ventilated facade

Original and innovative, it consists...

Zinc ventilated facade

VMZ Composite...

Zinc ventilated facade

VMZ Overlapping...

Clinker ventilated facade

Dimensions :...

Clinker ventilated facade

Dimensions :...

Concrete ventilated facade

Light pre-stressed micro-mortar panels with exceptional strength...

Concrete ventilated facade

A ventilated façade is a system that combines a second skin with an aesthetic and design...

Glass ventilated facade

Design and development of various types of...

Glass ventilated facade

Design and development of various types of...

Metal ventilated facade

Under structure system for ventilated...

Metal ventilated facade

Staves system for wall cladding...

Aluminum ventilated facade

Cladding panels for façades...

Copper ventilated facade / zinc / titanium / stainless steel

Hedars shingles are elements ideal...

Aluminum ventilated facade

​J73A® is the nex​​t...

Aluminum ventilated facade

FF2® and FF2 plus® are pre-painted aluminum sheeting products developed specifically for...

How to choose this product

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A ventilated facade (ventilated cladding or rainscreen) is a non load-bearing facing attached to the structural elements of a building to protect it from the rain and other weather phenomena. It allows air to circulate between the facade and the structure, improving the acoustic and thermal insulation. On ArchiExpo, these facades are arranged by properties such as material or extra features (such as anti-pollution qualities).

Applications

These facades are suitable for both new and existing buildings to improve thermal and acoustic conditions, and facilitating the release of water vapor. They also add interest to the exterior finish.

Technologies

Glass, printable ceramic, copper, stone, concrete or even wood and other materials are used to create such facades.

How to choose

Determine fastening system and its suitability for the underlying structure. Consider facade impact on building appearance. It should comply with applicable building codes and be suitable for the surroundings. Verify finish durability and the terms of any guarantees or warranties. Other factors include sturdiness, insulating properties and ease of maintenance, repair and replacement.

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