Cladding systems

This increasingly popular method of cladding a new building or over-cladding a refurbished building combines form with function, using systems ranging from simple shingles to large-format panels.

Rainscreen cladding

Stunning materials including aluminium (pre/post-painted powder coated or anodised), zinc, stainless, corten and pre-coated metal, copper and brass, coupled with innovative panel designs give pavement appeal.

At the same time, the system components help to optimise a building’s thermal efficiency through the double-wall construction which provides ventilation between the cladding and sub-structure.

Panels are manufactured to meet individual project requirements for design simplicity and ease of installation and are available in plain or perforated surfaces. A wide range of panel modules helps minimise fabrication on-site.

Rainscreen cassette system

A secret-fixed, hook-on system lends discreet versatility to both new-build and refurbishment projects, with CWCT certification that ensures compliance with modern specification requirements.

Capable of being installed vertically or horizontally, our secret-fixed hook-on rainscreen cassette system is ideal for use within other façade systems or soffits. CWCT-certified, its vertical joints are folded twice with slots created on the rear face to give the secret-fix hook-on capability.

A labyrinth joint creates shadow line gaps between panels, for additional detailing, while returns can be fully welded for extra durability. The proprietary aluminium support frame with an insulation and ventilation gap features adjustable brackets that can accommodate building tolerances, making it particularly suitable for multi-storey buildings and those located in extreme environments where structure movement could be an issue.

Panels can be manufactured with a plain or perforated surface in materials including zinc, stainless steel, copper, brass and aluminium (pre/post-painted powder coated or anodised) for ultimate design effect.

Rainscreen interlocking panels

As suitable for cladding new-build projects as they are overcladding refurbishment ones, this versatile façade system is CWCT certified which ensures compliance with modern specification requirements.

The interlocking planks can be used vertically or horizontally and as soffits as well as an elevational treatment. The pressed metal planks are available in a wide range of sizes for ultimate design flexibility. Formed with closed interlocking joints, they can be manufactured with a plain or perforated surface for additional effect.

Rainscreen tray panels

A discreet or secret-fixed tray panel system lends versatility to both new-build and refurbishment projects, with CWCT certification that ensures compliance with modern specification requirements.

Capable of being installed vertically or horizontally, our tray panels are ideal for use within other façade systems or soffits. Their vertical joints are folded twice to enable colour-matched fixings into the reveals to secure the panels to the support frame behind. A closed joint creates shadow line gaps between panels, for additional detailing, while returns can be fully welded for extra durability.

The proprietary aluminium support frame with an insulation and ventilation gap features adjustable brackets. These can accommodate building tolerances, making them particularly suitable for multi-storey buildings and those located in extreme environments where structural movement could be an issue.

Panels can be manufactured with a plain or perforated surface in materials including zinc, stainless steel, copper, brass and aluminium (pre/post-painted powder coated or anodised) for ultimate design effect.