The outer lining of the walls can be made from different materials, using due diligence and proper esthetics. In our offer you will find many kinds of wall linings, such as:
- outer metal sheet / wool isolation / inner metal sheet
The trapezoid metal sheets are covered from both sides with polyester paint in RAL colour – chosen by the Investor. The sheets are fastened to the spandrel beams of the wall using self-drilling screws. The metal sheet cover starts usually at the height of about 30cm above ground level. The base course is usually made of concrete ground beams.
The most commonly used isolation is a plate or a mat of glass wool with a thickness decided depending on the requirements of the object. The isolation is placed between the metal sheets. In halls requiring a high level of isolation 200mm thick isolation is used. The glass wool sheets fill tightly the spaces between the sections. When high isolation levels are not required 100mm thick isolation is used. They are placed between the construction sections and the outer metal sheets. The inner isolation in both cases is protected by a PE 0,2 mm foil layer.
- outer metal sheet / woolen isolation / cassette
A cassette made of steel sheets covered from the visible side with a polyester paint in RAL colour – chosen by the Investor – fastened to the columns inside the halls or additional spandrel beams. After the cassettes are filled with isolation the trapezoid metal sheets are attached using self-drilling screws. The screws are chosen in such a manner that they do not differ from the colour of the elevation metal sheet. The metal sheet cover starts usually at the height of about 30cm above ground level. The base course is usually made of concrete ground beams.
The isolation is made of mineral or glass wool – the thickness is decided depending on the height of the cassette and varies from 100 to 160 mm. The isolation tightly fills the space between the trapezoid metal sheet and the cassette.
- layered sheets
The layered sheet is both the construction element, as well as the isolation of the wall. Layered sheets are made of two facings made of metal sheet and a construction-isolation core. The core can be made of mineral wool, polyurethane foam, or polystyrene. The facings are made of steel sheets ranging from 0,5 mm to 0,6 mm in thickness. They are covered with polyester coating in colours from the RAL palette.
The layering of the sheets in the horizontal position does not require any other sub-constructions – the sheets are fixed directly to the columns of the halls; however, the assembly of the sheets in vertical position requires additional sub-constructions. The metal sheet cover starts usually at the height of about 30cm above ground level. The base course is usually made of concrete ground beams.