Thermally broken rainscreen attachment systems for

- Ceramic panels

- Large format ceramic thin panels

ATS-234

STANDARD SYSTEM

This system is for visible fixed tiles of ceramic and porcelain panel. The mounting occurs with stainless steel brackets riveted on the vertical aluminum profiles.

ATS-228

STANDARD SYSTEM

This system is designed for invisible fixing of ceramic, porcelain, HPL and fiber cement panels using special undercut technology. The hangers are fastened with an undercut anchor on the back side of the panel. These are mounted on horizontal profile, which also have been specially developed for this type of method.

ATS-572

STANDARD SYSTEM

This system is designed for invisible fixing of large format porcelain panels (5x12 ft) which have thickness 3,5; 5,6 mm. The panel is fixed to the system of vertical and horizontal guides. It is possible to mount the porcelain panels with a vertical offset relative to each other.

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CLADDING MATERIALS

Together with our rainscreen cladding support systems we provide our customers with affordable, unique and durable cladding materials such as
- High-density Fiber-cement Panels
- Aluminum Composite Panel (ACM)
- Ceramic/Porcelain Panel

- HPL Panel

- Terracotta panel

- Brick veneer

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