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Artema

Carea Ltd

Drained and back ventilated rainscreen cladding system.

Acantha

Carea Ltd

Drained and back ventilated rainscreen cladding system.

Ardal

Carea Ltd

Drained and back ventilated rainscreen cladding system.

Armada

Carea Ltd

Drained and back ventilated rainscreen cladding system.

StoVentec Glass

Sto Ltd

StoVentec Glass can be used as an external rainscreen cladding system, and as an internal decorative option.

The system comprises a glass faced composite panel, thermal insulation and sub-construction. Tempered glass is adhered to a carrier board to produce an inseparable composite panel, which protects the substrate from rain. A circulating air layer is formed between the hung panel and the mineral wool insulation, mounted directly onto the substrate. Insulation on the outside of the construction keeps the wall warm and reduces the risk of condensation and minimizes temperature fluctuations.

The ventilated facade is available in many panel sizes and different surface colours and finishes, offering great aesthetic potential for facade designs on new build or refurbished buildings.

StoVentec Glass is the only UK glass rainscreen system with a BBA certificate for all standard applications and has passed stringent impact and bomb blast tests, demonstrating its suitability for use in high profile public spaces such as airports and train stations.

StoVentec R

Sto Ltd

A ventilated rainscreen cladding system that protects the wall, keeping it dry, whilst also allowing it to breathe.

The StoVentec R system is fixed to the exterior wall with an adjustable stainless steel/aluminium sub-construction. This creates a cavity between the facade and the render carrier board which is part-filled with mineral fibre insulation for effective external wall insulation. And because the cavity is ventilated, this minimizes interstitial condensation and mould growth.

StoVentec boards are very flexible, lightweight and very easy to install, as the boards can be cut with a knife and butted tightly together. The boards do not expand or contract with temperature change, so there is no risk of cracking.

Seamless facades of up to 200 m² are easily achieved, with a huge variety of render textures and colours to choose from. Almost any shaped surface is possible and can be curved down to 1.5 m radium in two dimensions.

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