Wave cladding

Centro Inox has reported that Gruppo Sassoli, having started with the processing of stainless steel sheet metal in the 1980’s, has reached the point where it can also produce semi-finished products, as well as components. At present the group consists of 45 companies found in different parts of Italy and Europe, and has decided that a new administrative headquarters was required. At the new building, located in Cavenago Brianza, a set of SS panels have been used for the very first time to construct facades, walls, false ceilings and floors, all made of perforated sheet metal know as “Wave”. An entire wing of the new building has been faced with “wave cladding”. The system is based on box structure panels made of EN 1.4301 or EN 1.4401 stainless steel, at a thickness of 0.8mm, manufactured in standard or customised formats. The panels, having been hung on or anchored to by means of adjustable brackets, vertical beams attached to a primary wall of masonry or cement, form a waterproof ventilated façade which prevents the formation of condensation, and shelters the building from heat and cold. Wave cladding panels can be manufactured in different sizes (up to a max. of 1000x1500mm) and with different surface finishing treatments. Upon request an anti-fingerprint treatment can also be carried out, with anti-UV additives.

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