Terracotta materials are obtained from natural clay by firing at an average temperature of 1200˚C. Terracotta is preferred by architects for many years as a decorative and complementary material in air-layered cladding systems. It is produced in the form of single-walled or double-walled panels.
Terracotta is applied as a suspension system on steel and aluminum construction. It is integrated into the building with its special clawed carrier and rear heat insulation padding in various types and sizes. Thermal insulating material can be placed in the space between the wall and the panels.
Terracotta Cladding Systems