The ventilated facade was created as a result of three essential requirements of modern architecture: efficiency, rationality and aesthetics.
This facade system has efficient natural ventilation. By circulating the air, the usual humidity and typical condensation of traditional facades are avoided, and greater insulation comfort is achieved. In order for these requirements to be met, the minimum thickness of the ventilation layer should be 2 cm and unobstructed air flow in that layer should be enabled.
The right choice for business facilities
Today, a ventilated facade is almost unavoidable way of cladding in business buildings, and architects are increasingly emphasizing it in their design solutions.
The main advantages of a ventilated facade are as follows:
Unlimited possibilities of design, texture and final look of the facade
Sustainability, exclusivity, and innovation
Due to the high quality and protective properties, the ventilated facade extends the life of the building itself
Reduction of heating and cooling expenses, resulting in a return of investment over several years
Unlike other systems, ventilated facade can be done in any season, regardless of the temperature
The sound insulation of the walls is significantly improved. One part of the insulation provides stone wool and the other part the air space inside the facade
Possibility of simple disassembly
We make solutions tailored to the client's needs, from idea to realisation.
Stambeno poslovni objekat Lokacija: Beograd, Srbija Izvedeni radovi: Ventilisana fasada sa Rock Panel i Alu Bond završnom oblogom
Elementsof the ventilated facade are:
1. Load-bearing substructure
The role of this substructure is to carry the external, facade cladding. The distance between the thermal insulation and the facade layer is possible thanks to this substructure, which is fixed to the load-bearing wall of the building.
Our team finds the optimal solution for hanging depending on the design parameters - visible mechanical hanging, hidden hanging, gluing, rivets…
This type of installation allows an air channel to be created between the final facade cladding and the thermal insulation, which removes cold winter or hot summer air before it comes into contact with the thermal insulation.
2. Thermal insulation
Thermal insulation panels are attached to the building with special anti-corrosion anchors. A steam dam is placed over the stone wool, that is. vapor-permeable and waterproof foil.
It has the property of leaking the steam, thus enables evaporation from the inner space of the building, while on the outside it prevents possible wetting of the wool. This foil is durable and stable because it bears temperature differences from -40 to + 80 ° C. An additional advantage is the thermal comfort in summer, when mineral wool, due to its structure and density, prevents heat from entering the building.
Air duct, which discharges cold winter or hot summer air, before coming into contact with thermal insulation.
3. Exterior facade cladding
Selection of this layer defines the visual appearance of the object. The final coating that we install can be made of ceramic, alubond, stone… The role of this layer is also to protect from the sun, rain and other atmospheric influences.