Technical specification

Plate thickness range 1,00 mm – 1,20mm
Cladding length from 240 mm to 3000 mm
Cladding width from 265 mm to 800 mm
Binding horizontal width from 10 mm to 30 mm
Binding vertical width from 10 mm to 30 mm
Thickness (depth) of the coffer 25 mm or 30 mm

Modern form and possibility to use materials with various textures and colours allows for considering such characteristics in the design as reflectance, symmetricity and proportionality, helping with the desired aesthetic effect. Additional elasticity is achieved through a wide range of possibilities for adjusting the cladding’s length and width as well as the bindings’ length. The universality of elevation coffers is additionally enhanced by the ease of joining with other materials within the elevation. Because of that, they can be used is sophisticated and innovative architectural designs. Excellent technical and resistance parameters allow the elevation coffers to meet the rigorous requirements of prestigious construction.

 

 

 

Using elevation coffers allows for aesthetic and long-lasting finishing of the elevation. They can be used on the whole building or on the selected, representative fragments such as front elevations of buildings’ office parts.

Distinguishing the building’s elevation parts with the form and finishing materials is a solution that is often used in modern construction. In such projects, elevation coffers, thanks to the wide range of colours and elasticity of measurements, are the ideal choice.

In order to preserve the high level of aesthetics and functionality of the elevation, we supply system corners and individually produced processed parts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The advantage of protection walls built with the use of elevation coffers is a quick and straightforward assembly. They can be used on any wall, suspended on a substructure which is a steel grate made of Omega 30/90 profiles. The coffers are mounted to them through kidney slots which allow for the compensation of tensions. Because Omega 30/90 profiles are the basis for joining the coffers vertically, they are made of the same material as the coffers, which gives the effect of even surface. For additional hardening, Omega 30/50 profiles are used.

Joining the coffers horizontally takes place on the basis of a zip, thanks to adequately profiled lower and upper edges of the coffers.

 

 

Coffers are mounted to Omega type profiles. In places where the coffers are joined, Omega 30/90 profiles are used which are made of the same material as the cladding. Additionally, Omega 30/50 hardening profiles can be used which are made of galvanised metal sheet (they remain invisible once assembled).

 


 

 

Elevation panels

The main advantages of elevation panels are the easy and quick assembly and elasticity in adjusting the cladding to the shape of the elevation. This product is also perfectly suited for binding within the elevation with other types of claddings such as elevation coffers or LAMBDA® roof sheets for barges which ensures an attractive visual effect. Combined with a wide range of colours and coating textures, it allows for the execution of non-standard elevation designs.

 

 

For the purpose of compensation of tensions which are the result of the material’s thermal expansion, front surface bending (convexity) should be taking into consideration during the panels’ assembly.

 

 

 

 

Accessories

  • Clamping systems

    Since these accessories constitute the integral part of the roof covering, they must meet the highest requirements.

  • FLAT METAL SHEETS

    BLACHPROFIL 2® provides low- and high-processed steel material, used in the manufacture of a variety of products. We have a line for the cutting and splitting of flat metal sheets, as well as for recoiling steel coils.