Manufacturing of facade cassettes
Facade panels (cassettes, ventilated panels) for ventilated facades are of 2 types - open and closed (K-100 and K-200). They differ in the type of attachment to the facade.
- Open type of cassettes (K-100) - providing for fastening each cassette separately to the supporting frame by means of special hardware;
- Closed type of cassettes (K-200) - providing for fastening the cassette using a special hook of the upper product for the lower one.
For the production of open-type facade cassettes (K-100), you will need the following equipment:
Production parameters of cassettes K-100
-production technology - manual equipment
-production capacity - 90 cassettes per shift (8 hours)
-required room - 100 - 120 sq. m., for example 10 x 10 m
-staff - 2 people
Characteristics of cassettes K-100
- length - from 400mm, to 1000 (1500.2000) mm, with a step - 5 mm
- width - from 400mm to 1000 (1500.2000) mm, with a step of 5 mm
- it is possible to manufacture corner cassettes
- cassette length tolerance - + 1 mm
- tolerance for the width of the cassette - + 1 mm
- Tolerance for the thickness of the cassette - + 0.5 mm
- tolerance for the width of the cassette shelf - + 0.5 mm
For the production of closed-type facade cassettes you will need:
options: corner die + corner die with hole.
What is the difference between open-type facade cassettes and closed-type facade cassettes:
Open type metal cassettes
Opened modifications of the panels are attached to the metal crate by means of self-tapping screws or rivets. The design features of open metal cassettes ensure a minimum period of construction and installation work. The flanges of the panels allow the use of self-tapping screws with a hex head for fastening. The color of the head is matched to the shade of the panel.
Closed-type metal cassettes
For the installation of closed-type cladding plates, hardware is not used. The design features of the closed-type cassettes allow for fastening by joining the bottom and top panels. Due to the special configuration of the flanges, such a fastening has not only increased reliability, but also hides the hardware used for fastening the top panel from view.