Attaching cladding panels with structural bonding
Using a structural bonding (adhesives) system to attach facade cladding is an economical, concealed and ‘installer friendly’ method of installing facade cladding. The cladding is attached to the adequately pre-treated supporting rails by using a permanently elastic adhesive and a double-sided adhesive installation tape.
Attachment methods for undercut anchors
Facade cladding can also be attached mechanically and can be concealed using undercut anchors. The backs of the cladding elements are provided with cleats with special bolts that are inserted into the undercut hole and fixed by tightening the screws. Each cladding element must be fastened with at least four individual anchors.
Attachment methods for mounting facade cladding elements
Fixing methods involving mounting facade cladding elements have proved to be an excellent choice for effective installation. Composite boards are especially well suited for this kind of installation. The edge-milling technique is applied to process composite boards into cassettes. These are then mounted onto the fixing system and secured.