WallPlanter® Living Wall

Application

  • Existing buildings.
  • New constructions.
  • Facades.
  • Multi-storey carparks.
  • Hotels.
  • Office buildings.

Description

Green wall, consisting of green screens being placed into specially developed aluminium planters that are fixed to a wall, giving buildings a natural look.

Features and benefits:

  • Sustainable.
  • Each plant container is provided with water and nutrients through an irrigation system.
  • Drainage outlets are included to prevent water build-up and to allow oxygen to reach the plant roots.
  • Equipped with automation technology.
  • Low water usage.
  • Non-flammable.
  • Planters have an insulated layer on all sides.
  • Provides increased greenery in urban areas.
  • Minimal maintenance required.
  • Contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions and fine dust, and helps to improve air quality through the removal of PM10 pollution particles in city environments.
  • Noise-reducing properties.
  • Can enhance property value.
  • Helps to prevent graffiti.
  • Contributes to biodiversity.
  • Long lifespan.

Containers:

Hanging plant containers.


Container fill:

Irrigation system. Drainage outlets included.

General information

Color

Green.

RAL colours are available on request. Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

Features

The high-quality frames are exchangeable if required.

Finish

Aluminium.

Material

Aluminium planters.

Size

500 x 500 x 1300 mm.

500 x 500 x 2600 mm.

500 x 500 x 3900 mm.

Other sizes are available. Consult manufacturer for information.

WarrantyDescription

One-year.

Uniclass 2015

Ss_45_40_28_25 External planter systemsPrimary

CAWS

Q31/292 Prefabricated plant containers

Specification data - External planter systems Enhanced data

Liner

Insulated layer on all sides.

Weight

Empty: 1250 Kg; Saturated 1450 Kg.

Base element.

Height

650 mm.

Base.

Environmental information

Recyclability

100%.

Digital objects

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