Ventilated building elevations
Alucobond panels, HPL panels, fiber cement panels and exotic wood are materials from which we make ventilated building elevations. Aluminium or partially wooden substructure (in the case of a wooden elevation), mineral wool with veil and wind insulation and final material are components of a complete ventilated building elevation.
Aluminium panels with LDPE core used in the production of ventilated building elevations are Alucobond and Etalbond, which at relatively low weight are extremely flat and rigid. They are mainly used for elevations in various types of panel systems. Using our modern CNC plotter, the material from which the elevation is manufactured, is adapted to the dedicated construction.
Modern production technology High pressure and temperature in the production process of HPL boards makes them have specific properties and special laminate presses allow to obtain this kind of boards. The upper layer of these panels is characterized by great resistance to external conditions. This is due to the use of cured polyurethane-acrylic resin in the production of the board. The top layer perfectly protects HPL building elevation from external factors, mainly thanks to such a solution.
Exotic wood building elevations Fibre cement panels have a wide range of applications to meet the designers' visions in virtually any design version. Thanks to the variety of structures and colours available, the panels can be installed in almost any environment. In terms of architecture, fiber cement panel facades allow for extremely interesting compositions, and unlike metal facade elements, there will be no biological corrosion or disintegration in the natural climate.