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Exterior facade terracotta panels are a type of cladding material made from natural clay, which is fired at high temperatures to create a durable, weather-resistant, and aesthetically pleasing finish for building exteriors. These panels have gained popularity in modern architecture due to their eco-friendly nature, energy efficiency, and versatility in design.Get more news about terracotta panel cladding,you can vist our website!
There are more and more materials replacing natural stone, such as coatings, insulation coating integrated panels, quartz porcelain plate, etc. In the previous issues, we introduced new materials that can replace stone.
Translation: Imitation Stone Coating: Creating the Effect of Stone with Coatings - Performance, Process, and Cost of Exterior Wall Products.
Today, we are introducing a new material for exterior wall decoration - Exterior Facade Terracotta Panels. Since the first terracotta panel project was completed in Munich, Germany in 1985, it has a history of more than 30 years. Its unique charm has won the love of architects, and it has been widely used in various types of buildings for its unique appeal.
Terracotta panels are a new and popular facade material in the construction industry today. They are installed through dry-hanging, which allows for easy replacement and offers a flexible solution for external facade design, benefiting urban beautification and the livability of buildings.
Exterior Facade Terracotta Panel is mainly made of natural clay as the primary material, with a small amount of other ingredients such as quartz, pumice, feldspar, and pigments added. The panel is formed by molding the flowing clay slurry with a mold.
Terracotta Panel Product Classification
In terms of structure, clay curtain wall products can be divided into single-layer terracotta panels, double-layer hollow terracotta panels, terracotta rods, and terracotta louvers. In terms of surface effects, they can be divided into natural surface, sandblasted surface, grooved surface, printed surface, corrugated surface, and glazed surface. The hollow design of the double-layer terracotta panel not only reduces the self-weight of the clay panel but also improves its air permeability, sound insulation, and thermal insulation performance. Single-layer terracotta panels, also known as solid terracotta panels, are used when the bearing capacity requirements are low and are relatively less used in practical engineering. They are mainly used for local decorative building walls with low requirements. Its characteristics are that there are no cavities, and the cross-section is a solid body. The regular thickness is 20-30mm, the board width is 150-600mm, the maximum board length is 1200mm, and the unit weight is 45-65kg/m².
Posted 23 Aug 2023

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