Terra Cotta Technical Data

TECHNICAL DATA

TERRA COTTA CLADDING SYSTEMS

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THE K20 SYSTEM

K20 Omega S

For Vertical Panel Installations

K20 Omega S

 

1
KeraTwin® K20 facade panel
2
Omega profile K20, Article 627
3
Supporting profile OmegaS, Article 710
4
Securing bracket, Article 711
5
Vertical bearing profile (basic substructure)
6
Wall bracket (basic substructure)

! A profile butt joint of the vertical bearing profiles behind a panel is not allowed! See standard technical detail drawings.

K20 System

On Continuous Hat Channels

on Continuous Hat Channels

 

1
Facade panel KeraTwin® K20
2
Vertical Omega profile K20, article 624
3
A4 stainless steel screw, article 659 (alternatively, fastening with Al blind rivet, article 658, is possible)
4
Horizontal bearing profile (basic substructure)
5
Vertical bearing profile (basic substructure)
6
Pay attention to profile butt joint!

! A profile butt joint of the vertical bearing profiles behind a panel is not allowed! See standard technical detail drawings.

K20

Vertical T Profile

K20 Vertical T Profile

 

1
Facade panel KeraTwin® K20
2
Vertical T-profile K20, article 698
3
Wall bracket (basic substructure)
4
Pay attention to profile butt joint!

! A profile butt joint of the vertical bearing profiles behind a panel is not allowed! See standard technical detail drawings.

K20

On System Rail

K20 on System Rail

 

1
Facade panel KeraTwin® K20
2
Vertical system rail K20, article 620
3
A4 stainless steel screw, article 659 (alternatively, fastening with AI blind rivet, article 658, is possible), fixing necessary under each fastening hook!
4
Vertical bearing profile (basic substructure) Minimum width 80 mm / recommended width 100 mm
5
Wall bracket (basic substructure)
6
Pay attention to profile butt joint!

! A profile butt joint of the vertical bearing profiles behind a panel is not allowed! See standard technical detail drawings.

K20

Clamp System

K20 Clamp System

 

1
Facade panel KeraTwin® K20, max. panel length: 135 x 50 cm
2
Twin-clamp K20, article 680
3
Stainless steel blind rivet, article 675
4
Vertical bearing profile (basic substructure)
5
Wall bracket (basic substructure)
6
Joint tape, black, article 506
7
Edge-clamp K20, article 681
8
Horizontal bearing profile (basic substructure)
9
Pay attention to profile butt joint!

! A profile butt joint of the vertical bearing profiles behind a panel is not allowed! See standard technical detail drawings.

Patented HT Coating

Self Washing Surfaces

HT Tech Light

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The surface tension of the water is overcome. A thin water film forms.

 

Light activates

Titanium dioxide is baked onto the ceramic surface at high temperature. As catalyst, it effects a reaction activated by light with oxygen and air humidity. In this way, activated oxygen and a hydrophilic, water-friendly surface are produced. The activated oxygen now fulfills two decisive functions:

1. On the surface of the ceramics, it decomposes microorganisms such as fungi, algae, moss or germs and inhibits their growth. This saves maintenance costs in the life cycle of a building.

2. Air pollutants such as, for example, nitrogen oxides from traffic or industry are reduced. HT permanently improves the ambient air of the building.

HT Tech Rain

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By the action of light, the catalyst activates oxygen. Microorganisms, algae, fungi and moss are decomposed.

 

Rain cleans

The hydrophilic ceramic surface effects that rain drops spread to form a thin film and infiltrate the dirt. This self-washing effect prevents the adherence of dirt. This minimizes the cleaning costs.

Active support at every weather – sun and rain perform the effective and environment-friendly cleaning free of charge! HT keeps facades clean.

Renowned test institutes confirm the effects of HIT.

HT Tech Rain

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When it rains, dirt and microorganisms are simply infiltrated and removed thanks to the self-washing effect.

 

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