Designwall Air opens up completely new possibilities of cost-efficient façade design. Together with the patented BENCHMARK substructure and the innovative matt-de-luxe surfaces, Designwall Air provides a proven versatile, ventilated façade system for aesthetically sophisticated office, commercial and residential construction.
PLAN WITH VERSATILE FACADES THAT ARE SECOND TO NONE• Rear ventilated façade system
TYPE N HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION
For horizontal and diagonal installation. The extensively adjustable BENCHMARK substructure creates room for insulation and rear ventilation and compensates for dimensional tolerances optimally. Especially economical and time-saving, each façade element is hooked into the BENCHMARK system rail and attached to only one fixed point. Laying direction from the bottom to the top, optionally from the top to the bottom.
TYPE N VERTICAL LAYING
The vertical installation of TYPE N is done on a horizontal BENCHMARK system rail. The façade elements are hooked quickly and accurately and fixed using a row of fixed points. The Type N and Type S (with and without shadow gap) elements are combinable.
For horizontal, vertical or diagonal laying with shadow gap. Standard overall widths with shadow gap are installed on BENCHMARK system rails. Variable special overall widths from 120 mm to 900mm on request. Type S is recommended for horizontal installation, because it offers ideal water drainage; the installation starts at the top downwards.
BENCHMARK “matt-de-luxe” is the name of the new surface for the aesthetically sophisticated office, commercial and residential construction: Nine colours, harmonically attuned to one another, which are combinable also in one and the same façade. The advantage of the new coating: The matting-effect varnishing eliminates almost all reflections and radiates incoming light in an evenly diffuse manner. The evenness of the wall elements and their high-quality character is once again highlighted this way. Owing to warehouse storage, shortened delivery times and small quantities are possible.