BILDA SYSTEMS

Vertical Strut Assembly

The bracket (A) is the base element of the system. It is attached to the external wall of the building and carries all other elements of the structure. It transfers the loads applied on the cladding to the main structure of the building.

 

The traverse (B) is attached to the bracket by self-drilling screws. Its function is to hold the strut while allowing for its vertical movement where necessary.

 

The strut (C) and the traverse are fitted together (they can be pre-fitted) and the strut is secured to the traverse by means of self-drilling screws. The so formed unit is then fixed to the bracket. The strut and the traverse can form two types of connections: fixed and sliding point.

 

The yoke (D) is attached to the strut by means of a tongue fitting into the strut groove on one side, and by means of self-drilling screws again fitting into the parallel strut groove. Its function is to carry the clips and to distribute the load evenly onto the strut.

 

The yoke clips (E) are hooked to the yoke. Their function is to support the cladding panels.

Horizontal Strut Assembly

The bracket (A) is attached to the external wall of the building and carries all other elements of the system. It transfers the loads applied on the cladding to the main structure of the building.

 

The traverse (B) is attached to the bracket. Its function is to hold the strut while allowing for its horizontal movement where necessary. The traverse and the strut are pre-attached and the so formed unit is fixed to the brackets.

 

The strut (C) is slid onto the yoke, guided by its grooves.

 

The strut clips (D) are hooked to the strut. Their function is to support the cladding panels.

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