Porcelain stoneware ventilated facades with concealed hooking, slab thickness from 8 to 11 mm
Granitech's GHS porcelain stoneware ventilated façades feature concealed hooking: they are equipped with accessories for non-visible fixing of the slabs, complete with gasket, controlled-expansion mechanical anchors, and truncated-conical porcelain stoneware slab drilling.
The porcelain stoneware slabs of the ghs ventilated facade vary in thickness, from 8 to 11 mm, and are usually laid with a continuous vertical joint or split.
Available sizes of ghs ventilated facade porcelain stoneware slabs:
200x1200 mm, 300 x 1200 mm
600 x300 mm, 600 x 600 mm, 600 x 1200 mm
1200 x 200, 1200 x 300, 1200 x 600 mm
750 x 750 mm, 1500 x 750 mm, 750 x 1500 mm
With possible thicknesses of 8, 9, 10 and 11 mm
The ghs porcelain ventilated facades consist of the following "dry" attachment elements for the installation of the exterior cladding:
- L-section anchor brackets
- Anchor plugs (stainless steel, mechanical type or with chemical anchor)
- Black-painted uprights with T-section
- Aluminum or stainless steel rivets for attaching uprights to brackets and rivets for attaching stringers to uprights.
- Painted transoms with C-section.
GHS porcelain stoneware ventilated facades are equipped with a shaped polypropylene thermal spacer, which must be placed between the masonry wall of the building and the anchoring brackets.
Ventilated facades provide good thermal maintenance of both existing buildings and for cladding new construction.
Low maintenance and excellent resistance to sun, chemicals and weathering make ventilated facades an ideal solution for the exterior cladding of buildings.
Download the Granitech catalog, which contains all the technical information on ghs porcelain ventilated facades.
You will also find on this page bim models of porcelain ventilated facades for Revit, in ifc and rtf format for Autodesk Revit, made available by Granitech for free download.