Façade - Substructure / Attachment

Rhombus
Rhombus with Clip Tiga
(Invisible screw attachment)
Rhombus with Clip JuAn
(Invisible screw attachment)
Folding rhombus
(Invisible screw attachment)
Folding formwork
(Invisible screw attachment)

Timura | façade
INNOVATIVE PRODUCTION – PRACTICAL ATTACHMENT.

USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT THE SUBSTRUCTURE AND THE VISIBLE OR INVISIBLE SCREW CONNECTION OF THE FAÇADE PROFILES.

Façade profiles are not attached directly to the wall of the building but are attached to a substructure with an offset. The advantages of this approach are as follows: Air can circulate in the intermediate space. The wood can "breathe" freely and easily release any moisture that it has absorbed. This protects the wood against rot and also maintains a more steady temperature inside when temperatures outside rise or fall sharply.

YOUR OPTIONS FOR THE SUBSTRUCTURE:

Joists made from thermo pine | Dimensions: 40 x 60 mm, 5 m in length

Joists made from thermo poplar | Dimensions: 25 x 68 mm, length 1,5m - 3,9m

FAÇADE PROFILES CAN BE SECURED USING VISIBLE OR INVISIBLE SCREW CONNECTIONS.

Any façade profile can be secured conventionally using screws. Though wood "works", i.e. absorbs moisture and releases it again,screws do not do the same, meaning the façade profiles may be damaged as a result.

The alternative is an invisible screw attachment. Here, the façade profiles are secured to the substructure using system connectors with clips.

The shapes of façade profiles for both visible and invisible screw attachment can be found on the left.