Swisspearl large size 2510x 930 x 8mm Nobilis
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Swisspearl large size panels
Freedom of design without limits
The large-format Swisspearl panels give façades what they need: a face, individuality, character, texture, color and, very importantly, a highly effective protective layer. Swisspearl allows an immense range of possibilities for the design of façades, with an extensive selection of surface options, various types of joints and fastenings, and panel formats that can be freely selected within the maximum useable size. For visible creativity and to meet the highest aesthetic requirements, in proven Swisspearl quality.
Base panel: Grey based
Top layer: Translucent lightly pigmented
Standard colors: 17
The semi-translucent surface coating on a pure acrylic basis provides the classic fiber cement appeal with much visual depth to it. For availability in HR-Coating refer to our delivery program.
Modulus of elasticity ca: 15'000 MPa
Design resistance for bending: ca. 8.0 MPa
Thermal expansion coefficient: 0.01 mm / m / °K
Fire classification according to: EN 13 501-1 & A2-s1, d0
Frost resistance and durability: under EN 12467
Thermal range: - 40°C to + 80°C
Swisspearl facade panels fulfill the requirements of the highest durability category "A" according to EN 12467 and may be subjected to heat, high moisture and severe frost. We design our production processes so that energy usage and hazardous material production is kept as low as possible. Even in the composition of our products, we rely on natural raw materials that originate predominantly from the local region. Doing this also avoids unnecessary transportation. With its extended durability, our products improve both the ecological as well as economic balance of every building shell.
Fiber cement can be disposed of as construction waste or simply recycled. Even waste resulting from production is recycled to a large extent. Excess water from the production process is also biologically purified. Thanks to the ongoing modernization of our production facilities, roughly 2,500 tons fewer raw materials are consumed each year in comparison with a few years ago. We were also able to reduce CO2 emissions by 2,100 tons per year.
Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) form the data basis for ecological evaluation of buildings in accordance with DIN EN 15987 on the Sustainability of Building Construction and are important for the evaluation of the quality of buildings in relation to the environment and health. The declarations provide information about the use of energy and resources as well as the emission of hazardous materials in the production process and thereby deliver insight into the environmental consciousness of a company in the manufacture of their products. The sustainability of Swisspearl products can be clearly proven by the EPD’s.
|Classification IFC||Curtain Wall|
|Uniclass 1.4 Code||L513|
|Uniclass 1.4 Description||Wall cladding panels, slabs; facing slabs (mainly external, but also used internally)|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code||SS-25-20|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description||Wall Cladding Systems|
|NBS Reference Code||25-20|
|NBS Reference Description||Wall Cladding Systems|
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