Look and size to suit you!
The composites from our laboratory enabled the production of facade panels with exceptional mechanical properties. They are resistant to all kinds of external influences and weather conditions, so no matter where your building is located, it will be protected. The appearance and design of the panel completely depends on your wishes.
The standard dimensions of the panel are 485 x 980 mm, but custom design is also possible. We are proud of the unique look of our panels because we adapt the design to the wishes and needs of our clients. Patterns, shape and colours of panels can be customized: if you can design it – we can make it!
With our panels, your home, building or vacation house can have an unique visual identity. The exceptional power of composite mapping allows to visualize the look and design of the facade.
Improved ductility and panel thickness of 12 – 15mm, makes the panels an acceptable mass. The reduced porosity of the material provides exceptional resistance, especially to the effects of frost.
Our facade panels are primarily designed as elements in the ventilated facade system, but they can be easily adapted to other installation standards.
A ventilated facade made of our panels enables the longevity of concrete and reinforcement, as well as protection from external influences. The multi-layered panel protects the walls and promotes air flow and water evaporation.
Ventilated facades are an indispensable part of modern construction of residential and commercial buildings. The characteristic construction and simple panel installation, together with the suspension system, makes this type of facade construction accessible and attractive to clients.
Our unique panels will make your building look different and the quality of the facade will insure longevity. By installing panels on the inner walls will ensure durability and the insulating layer of air-ventilation will provide adequate temperature in both winter and summer.
Installation is possible at any time of the year thanks to the “dry installation” technique.