The integral Stonesize facade system comprises from the Stonesize panels to the substructure system, to provide a global solution for fixing the cladding with the greatest guarantees.
Aluminum is the material most used in light facades due to its shared mechanical properties with a significant lightness compared to other metals such as steel. At the same time it has a good behavior against oxidation, making it suitable for use in facade applications, being economically more attractive than stainless steel solutions.
The substructure system consists of vertical profiles that are fixed to the wall using brackets , making it possible to separate the wall covering to include insulation adhered to it to improve energy efficiency and leaving a chamber air for ventilation to occur. These brackets are fixed with anchors to the wall. The connection between vertical profiles and brackets is made with stainless steel screws.
Then, horizontal profiles, also known as hanging profiles, attached to the vertical by screws are fixed.
On the other hand, the hanging clips are attached to the back of each panel, using steel anchor plates that allow them to be joined with sheet metal screws.
Finally, the panels are hung from their clips in the horizontal profiles. There are adjustment screws in the upper clips that allow the panel to be perfectly leveled, as well as fixing screws that hold them against horizontal displacement.