We want to clad the main building, constructed in the 1960s or 1970s, with trapezoidal ALUCOBOND modules, some of which will be butt-jointed. The various angled ALUCOBOND trapezoidal modules should be mounted on and under each other in such a way that a joint pattern forms that runs all the way from the upper to the lower floor, interrupted by the rows of windows. The design should be realised as a rear-ventilated curtain façade and thus be free of thermal bridges.
In order to achieve the prescribed requirements, a wide range of substructure systems were used in combination (KA, UB, etc.).
The following Ecolite products were used:
Primary substructure made of Ecolite Thermo H brackets with angle profiles and T profiles. Secondary substructure consisting of a wide range of Ecolite substructure systems (KA, UB, etc.). ALUCOBOND elements with Z profiles provided to fix onto the primary and secondary substructure.
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