Ceramic cladding; In today's architecture, it is preferred because it protects the structures from external factors, preserves the internal climate, does not want periodic maintenance, and is natural, durable and aesthetic. In the deaf parts of the buildings, they are assembled with aluminum or steel construction. Ceramic panel is preferred because of its high wear and impact resistance, low water absorption, no staining and easy installation.
Ceramic cladding clip-on system is using stainless steel visible clips and EPDM wicks, the clips are screwed into the carrier construction. Installation is completed by placing ceramic panels on the clips. The system also does not allow moisture formation in the building due to continuous air circulation in the system.
A further installation of the ceramic cladding is the hanging system. It is mounted to the rear surfaces of the ceramic panels by attaching to the dovetail grooves which are opened from four points and hanged to the supporting structure. Joints formed between the horizontal panels provide natural ventilation behind the facade.
Klinger facade system is produced in two types as double-walled and single-walled. Terracotta facade elements are obtained from baked clay, clay and natural materials. It is used as facade coating material preferred by facade sector. The installation of Terra Cotta modules is hanged by mechanical methods thanks to the special apparatus of the aluminum substructure. Cotta water absorption, expansion, freezing resistance in accordance with ISO 10545 standards.
Constructed with special channel aluminum T angles profiles in vertical, the system is installed by mounting with brackets in the building. Double-walled cotta panels are mounted on the clips and the installation is completed by installing clips on vertical profiles.
Constructed with special channel aluminum T angles profiles in vertical, the system is installed by mounting with brackets in the building. On the installed system, special pin bearing profiles are mounted on vertical profiles and single walled cotta panels are placed on pin profiles and assembly is completed.
One of the most preferred products of modern architecture, the gross concrete panel is produced in different designs and textures. The panels, which are designed with the inspiration from the concrete formwork system, are designed for timeless spaces that reflect the lean and strong effect of concrete. The indispensable elements of modern designs are concrete concrete panels, lightweight and easy to install. Cement based and gross raw concrete panels produced from natural raw materials are preferred for interior projects and exterior facades.
Using stainless steel visible clips and EPDM wicks, the clips are screwed into the carrier construction. Installation is completed by placing the panels on the clips in the appearance of concrete. The system also does not allow moisture formation in the building due to continuous air circulation in the system.
It is mounted on the back surfaces of the panels with gross concrete appearance by attaching to the dovetail grooves opened from four points and hanging to the supporting structure. Joints formed between the horizontal panels provide natural ventilation behind the facade.
Neolith is a high-tech, largest-sized porcelain plate in the world. Plates produced in different colors and thicknesses are non-flammable, scratch-proof and stain-proof. The panels, which are prepared to the appropriate extent on steel or aluminum agar skeleton, are mounted with concealed clip and bonding technique.
Alloyed aluminum profiles are glued to the back of the panels. In the bonding process, new generation MS Polymer based adhesives should be used. Neolith plates, which are made into a cassette, are hanged on the clips and the assembly is completed.
The panels that are dimensioned in the bonding system are glued on anodized vertical profiles by using new generation MS Polymer based adhesives and the assembly is completed. Care should be taken to ensure adequate adhesive thickness between the anodized profiles and the Neolith plates.