The components of external facade cladding

The components of external facade cladding

The components of external facade cladding include metal framing, which consists mainly of steel C-Channels, heavy duty anchors, steel brackets and bolts. Some stone cladding have a relatively low-weight aluminum panels, but the most common mechanical fixation system consists of steel, and specifically stainless steel which resists all weather conditions, farther more, it  resists corrosion. 

The best component of external facade is stainless-steel SS316 which is safer and more  efficient  compared to other alternatives.
External facade cladding component has a set of benefits which makes competency with dry cladding installation out of question, making it essential for stone cladding installation worldwide
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NABK Co. have a high performance, vast experience on supply and installation of external facade cladding. We use various cladding materials such as, natural stones, granite, marbles, limestone, ceramic and porcelain.
Our facade team has a rich experience with complex external facade systems for low-rise, high-rise buildings. We provide the best possible advice to developers and architects. 
Our workers have wide experience on the field and they are trained to supply high quality cervices.

The components of NABK mechanical fixation System

NABK mechanical fixation system for ceramic facade cladding is a simple and practical ventilated System. its components as the following: 

Firstly, aluminum profiles that is either L or  T shape. 

Secondly, different sizes aluminum bracket according to the cavity. 

Thirdly, SIKA structural silicon with all its other components, wich are double tape, primer and cleaner.

Fourthly, Stainless steel nuts and bolts.  

NABK can recommend the client to choose the best System according to the design of building and also the final facade layer. 

Choosing the right mechanical fixation system will depend on the following: 

Firstly, the out surface facade material.

Secondly, the maximum cavity. 

Thirdly, the structural of walls or celling of the building, and if there is limited weight for the system. 

Fourthly, If the client needs isolation layer or doesn’t.