Exa-TECH is a ventilated facade system that comes with high-tech
extruded porcelain ceramic panelling that is compatible with most
profiling and anchoring systems currently on the market.
This construction method has burst onto the scene to provide projects
with a state-of-the-art architectural solution, giving the project the
best performance against the elements and offering a fast, economical
and environmentally friendly installation solution with a wide variety
of exterior cladding for ventilated façades.
The Exa-TECH system has Fire Classifications of A1FL-S1. Resistant to fire and other temperature changes, like frost and ice.
A ventilated facade is an enclosure construction solution with a
ventilated cavity between the exterior wall tiling panels and the
support or interior partition walls.
The ventilated cavity allows the
exit and entry of air through its openings (bottom and top) as well as
between the panel open joints.
The origin of ventilated facade systems arises from the need to
protect structures from snow and rain.
It’s a double-layer system formed
by two enclosure leaves with a separation between to create a cavity
allowing the circulation of an air flow that eliminates any type of
The exa-TECH FVH ventilated facade system is a set of elements that form
a self-supporting substructure that is solidly attached to the support
where it is installed. The slotted exa-TECH FVH panels are used to cover
facades using this system.
The substructure for the system is fast and easy to install, ensuring pefecting tile spacing every time.
Sustainable architecture, which fosters energy efficiency and the use of
environmentally-friendly materials, is on the rise and ventilated
facades feature a series of characteristics and basic elements offering a
clear advantage as concerns insulation and energy savings. The basic
characteristics and elements comprising a ventilated facade are as
It is the support where the ventilated facade system is fixed to (it is not part of the system itself).
Installed over the backing wall to improve its thermal and
acoustic performance and removing the thermal bridges.
With a minimum gap of 20 mm, it allows the diffusion of water
that may enter due to the rain or the moisture coming from the interior
of the building.
· Anchors: the ventilated facade
fixings are the fastening elements that connect the system to the
backing wall to transmit the loads.· Brackets: components with substructure that separate the cladding from backing wall.· Profiles: longitudinal elements that are attached to the brackets and hold the facade panels.Fixing system: elements that fasten and hold the exterior cladding to the profiles.Cladding panels: it constitutes the external layer of the facade.
STONE - BO BL
STONE - BO BG
STONE - BO G
CEMENT - OP S
CEMENT - OP B
CEMENT - OP I
CEMENT - CE G
CEMENT - CE B
MARBLE - GD
MARBLE - EM M
MARBLE - IN C
MARBLE - IN G
MARBLE - PR2 B
MARBLE - PR2 M
MARBLE - PR2 P
MARBLE - PR2 G
WOOD - PR M
WOOD - PR B
WOOD - PR R
WOOD - IR G
WOOD - IR B
WOOD - IR M
Extruded Porcelain Ceramic Tile with grooved edge.
800 x 397 mm
1000 x 397 mm
1200 x 397 mm
1500 x 397 mm
800 x 600 mm
1000 x 600 mm
1200 x 600 mm
500 x 600 mm
Installing a ventilated facade offers a series of benefits over traditional systems. The most important are listed below: 1. Continuous thermal insulation.2. The building heat absorption in summer is significantly reduced.3. The inner layer accumulates internal heat in winter.4. Less condensation and moisture problems due to the constantly renewed air.5. The external layer of the system works as a protective barrier against atmospheric agents, an effect known as “RAIN SCREEN”.6. Enhances the acoustic performance.
EXA-TECH FVH ventilated facade system video.
Technical downloads, CAD drawings and product tests are available below. If you require any other information please contact us.
EXATECH CAD Drawings
EXATECH CAD Drawings