|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||CE, ISO, TUV|
|Model Number:||Terracotta Panels|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||negotiation|
|Packaging Details:||wooden boxes|
|Delivery Time:||15 working days|
|Supply Ability:||2500 SQM per day|
|Material:||Nature Clay||Color:||Different Colors|
|Thickness:||18 Mm||Strength:||High Level|
|Finish:||Natural, Polished, Glazed, Sanded Etc||Usage:||Ventilated Building Facade|
Architectural Terracotta Wall Panels F18 Series
Paneltek is a leading manufacturer of Terracotta products in China.
Terracotta panels are infill-materials of ventilated facade.
The ceramic ventilated facade is an exterior cladding system for buildings, the ideal combination between the maximum level of aesthetic appeal and the best thermal features.
--- Advantages of Terracotta wall panels
--- F18 Size Drawing (Thickness: 18MM)
--- Standard Colors
--- Various Surface Textures
--- F18 Installation Drawing
--- Project Reference
Paneltek has been working with architects, designers and construction companies to implement innovative design solutions in building exteriors - façades, sunscreens and natural ventilation.
The Terracotta ventilated facade systems are made of high-quality terracotta facade panels that are used on architecturally sophisticated buildings.
In terms of thermal energy, ventilated walls can reduce the amount of heat that buildings absorb in hot weather conditions due to partial reflection of solar radiation by the covering and the ventilated air gap and to the application of insulating material, thus achieving considerable reduction in the costs of air conditioning. In winter, ventilated walls manage to retain heat, resulting in savings in terms of heating.
Finally, this building system, thanks to its "chimney effect", set up efficient natural ventilation, hence the name ventilated facade, notably aiding heat and moisture removal and guaranteeing a high level of living comfort.
In addition, ventilated walls tend to increase the reflection of external noise as the particular construction, consisting of layers of facing, air gap and insulating material, ensures a certain level of acoustic absorption.
This obviously depends on the properties of reflection, absorption and acoustic transmission of the materials used, as well as their dimensions, thickness, positioning and the behaviour of the building structure.
Precisely because of the numerous benefits and in depth technological innovations, ventilated walls are earning increasing recognition in the world of contemporary architecture, permitting free interpretation of facades in a modern and brand new style, the perfect answer to demanding project and performance requirements.