Cover panel LARGO PLANEA
acrylicbuildingfor facade

cover panel
cover panel
cover panel
cover panel
cover panel
cover panel
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Characteristics

Function
cover
Material
acrylic
Applications
building, for facade
Finish
smooth
Other characteristics
sustainable
Market
home
Thickness

8 mm, 12 mm (0.3 in)

Width

1,250 mm (49 in)

Length

3,050 mm (120 in)

Description

Planea is a grey based fiber cement panel with a opaque coating. The matte and smooth finish emphasizes the clear, bright and bold colors for an overall intense appearance. In addition, to allow rich colors, the opaque, acrylic surface coating also protects the panels and thus your building reliability from extreme weather conditions. Planea panels enable a color intense, yet a natural, strong and lasting building envelope. Product benefits and specifications Panel Base panel: Grey based Top layer: Opaque Panel size Swisspearl Largo: Arbitrary panel size up to a maximum size of 3050 x 1250 mm, thickness 8 mm and 12 mm. Largo panels can also be used for the interior. Swisspearl Linearis: 4 different panel sizes, thickness 8 mm. Swisspearl Modula: 2 different panel sizes, thickness 8 mm. For a detailed summary of the sizing and color options, please refer to our delivery program. Colors The Planea color spectrum includes 10 tones and additional custom colors. Installation Planea is easy to use and can be installed as either flush or lapped cladding. It can be mounted by using either visible or concealed fasteners. Refer to our Swisspearl Largo and Linearis Design & Installation Manual (DIM). Fire classification A2-s1, d0 Environmental certifications / Norms Environmental Product Declaration according to ISO 14025 and EN 15804

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