Features & Advantages
The modular set of elements can be used to just cover walls and create simple cladding layers. It can also help model the cladding layer in a ‘bas relief’ manner or create ‘haut relief’ features and façade elements.
Vertical strut assembly - mainly for ‘landscape’ orientation of the cladding panels.
Horizontal strut assembly - mainly for ‘portrait’ orientation of the cladding panels.
BILDA accomplishes structures of excellent strength-to-
cost ratio due to its integrity. Labour time is saved through quick connections. Panel thickness may be reduced via the flat precision slot. Slots are the easiest cladding panel mortise due to machining through cutting.
For feature nodes within the cladding areas (corners, reveals, copings, etc.) and for interface fragments (to curtain walls, windows, doors, roofs).
A wide range of fixing clips of different size and shape can support panels from all materials, of different thickness and configuration. The clips, in addition to the preferred ‘slot-and-blade’ method, can handle all known fixing methods - the ‘hole-and-dowel’, ‘undercut’ of different types, etc. These can be employed next to each other.
Complies with regulations
BILDA cladding technology has been designed and is produced in accordance with European building regulations:
▪▪ EN 1990: Eurocode – Basis of Structural Design
▪▪ EN 1991: Eurocode 1 – Actions on Structures
▪▪ EN 1999: Eurocode 9 – Design of Aluminium Structures
▪▪ DIN 18516-1:2010-06 – Cladding for external walls, ventilated at rear