Thermal Insulated Precast Facade Panel

Due to its aesthetic appearance and ease of production, precast is frequently preferred in buildings, providing many benefits in terms of insulation as well. By minimizing the effects of adverse weather conditions such as heat, sound, and wind, it offers the best comfort in living spaces for users who choose it.

Insulated precast facade panels are particularly preferred in certain areas. Sound insulation is one of the most desired features in residential areas. In some cities, factors such as wind or temperature variations can also lead to the need for insulation. Accordingly, some insulation applications are applied in buildings to meet all these needs. In precast processes, panels that provide the best insulation to the exterior facade with their material content are installed.

Long-lasting Precast Panels

Over the years, there has been an increasing need for insulation in buildings, residential complexes, or commercial buildings. Regardless of how good the heating system is, if the exterior does not have the necessary infrastructure to retain heat, the desired heating efficiency cannot be achieved.

Similarly, insulation is also needed for sound and water. In regions like the Black Sea and Antalya, rain and wind power sometimes reach the highest levels. In order to prevent housing from being damaged by these, insulation applications are also made in precast facade cladding processes. Traditional insulation and facade panels used until today could lose their effectiveness over time, and wear out.

At this point, individuals also require additional insulation processes such as heat, sound, or water insulation in housing. With precast, there is no need for re-application, and all insulation needs are met in a single process.

Production According to World Standards

Precast panels are a concrete system that can be produced and applied to buildings in all seasons. White cement, fiberglass with alkali resistance, chemical concrete, and washed silica sand are used in precast production.

After the curing of these contents, they are poured into molds prepared according to the project. There are choices of wood, steel, and polyester. The use of alkali fiber material provides the best insulation against substances such as heat and water. It also has a non-combustible feature. This substance has a much slower combustion property compared to other materials in structures.

After the molds are prepared, the skeleton manufacturing and application phase begins. Special dimensions are used according to the structure of your building. It already provides the highest efficiency in insulation by not having any gaps.

Earthquake-Resistant Assembly System

In precast panel technology, there is also the feature of mono fiber. This feature is a feature that provides durability to the structure in precast concrete processes. The mono fiber feature provides the highest protection against impacts.

In the production phase, the prepared molds are applied between the prepared skeletons or frames according to the structure. The steel anchors that hold this system together are applied to the building with the least damage to the concrete load of the building in the event of an earthquake. In this structure, which is flexible and protects against impacts, housing comes out with minimal damage.

Space Saving Precast Panels

Systems applied on the exterior facade or concrete part of buildings can sometimes be made of very thick layers. Especially materials applied to the exterior facade in terms of insulation can add extra load to the building.

However, panels obtained with precast cladding are in thinner forms compared to other processes. With its content, it can provide many benefits such as insulation, durability, aesthetic appearance simultaneously, and does not add extra load to the building in application compared to other processes. It saves space.

Fire Resistant Precast Panels

The alkali-resistant fiberglass in the precast facade provides the highest protection against heat. It also creates fire-resistant panels with aluminum foil-lined rock wool material, which is classified as A1 non-combustible. These features are found in other materials, but the product used in precast is lighter in form but more effective than others. Aluminum foil-lined rock wool material is one of the a1 non-combustibility applications required by fire regulations.

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