"Bauner" company provides full-cycle installation of ventilated facades made of terracotta panels, starting from project development and ending with the handover of the finished object to the customer.
Terracotta Ventilated Facade
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The construction of a ventilated facade with terracotta
  • Aesthetics and Texture: Terracotta panels have a natural texture and warm tone, giving the building a unique and pleasant appearance.
  • Strength and Durability: Made of ceramic, terracotta panels are highly durable and resistant to external factors such as UV radiation, mechanical damage, and atmospheric conditions.
  • Thermal Insulation and Energy Efficiency: A ventilated facade with terracotta panels provides good thermal insulation, reducing energy consumption for heating and air conditioning in the building.
  • Ventilation and Condensation Protection: The ventilated facade system ensures natural air circulation between the building wall and cladding material, helping to prevent condensation and reduce the risk of mold and mildew.
  • Ease of Installation and Maintenance: Terracotta panels are easy to install on the supporting structure of the ventilated facade, simplifying the installation and maintenance process and allowing for quick replacement of damaged panels when needed
Thermal resistance of the glazed surface is approximately 125°C
It has a stable geometry and thickness throughout the entire length of the tile
High noise absorption coefficient
Completely non-combustible natural material
Provides visual attractiveness of the ventilated facade
Advantages of a ventilated terracotta facade
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Residential buildings
Commercial properties
Public buildings
Industrial facilities
Private houses
Restaurants, cafes, cafeterias
Residential and communal buildings
Manufacturing facilities
The sphere of application of ventilated terracotta facade
Installation Stages of a Terracotta Ventilated Facade
  1. Surface Preparation: Cleaning and preparing the building walls for the installation of the ventilated facade, including removing old cladding materials and checking the surface for smoothness.
  2. Installation of the Supporting Structure: Mounting a supporting frame made of metal or aluminum profiles onto the building walls. This structure will serve as a base for attaching the terracotta panels.
  3. Installation of the Ventilation Layer: Creating an air gap between the supporting structure and the terracotta panels to provide natural ventilation and protect against condensation.
  4. Laying Insulation: Installing insulation material into the ventilation gap to enhance the building's energy efficiency.
  5. Mounting Terracotta Panels: Placing terracotta panels onto the supporting structure using special fasteners. Typically, panels are installed with gaps between them to allow for ventilation and thermal expansion.
  6. Completion and Finishing: Finalizing the panel installation, grouting joints, conducting a thorough inspection, and refining the facade to achieve a finished look and ensure high-quality workmanship.
The stages of work with the client typically include
VF system kit
Commercial proposal
Signing the contract
Project works
The launch of the profile manufacturing process
Profile extrusion
Supply of ready-made products
Chief Installation and Author's Supervision
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