Excellent thermal and accoustic features
A new generation of facade consisting of a base system with an ample range of mullions and transoms that provides answers to the different style and construction needs for architectural projects.
ECO C52 TP facade is a traditional system, also known as the Stick system. The fixing of the glazing to the supporting
profiles is carried out by way of a continuous pressure profile screwed externally to a screw port incorporated in
the mullionis and transoms. The glazing remains fixed at its 4 sides using this profile that is available with seperatiing
gaskets in order to impecie contact between the glazing and the metal.
Great thermal breaking, together with an ample glazing capacity of up to 50 mm with glass compositions of large thicknesses and energy efficiency, gives to this new range of facades many excellent thermal and accoustic features.
Aluminum facades are a popular choice for buildings due to their durability and aesthetic appeal. Aluminum is an incredibly strong material, which means it can withstand harsh weather conditions and is resistant to corrosion. It is also relatively lightweight, making it easy to install and maintain. In addition, aluminum facades are highly customizable, allowing architects and designers to customize them to suit the needs of the building. Aluminum facades are most commonly found on commercial and industrial buildings, but they are becoming increasingly popular in residential homes as well.
Aluminum is a much better choice than traditional materials like wood or steel, as it can be formed into virtually any shape or size. Facades made from aluminum are also much more energy efficient than other materials, as the aluminum reflects sunlight, keeping the building cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Aluminum facades come in a variety of colors and finishes, so it is easy to match them to the existing design of the building. The aluminum can be painted with a special coating to protect it from the elements, and it is also available in anodized or powder–coated finishes. The powder–coated finish is particularly popular, as it is easier to clean and maintain.