Our Ventilated Rainscreen Cladding System helps your building manage moisture and regulate temperature. If you want to create an energy-efficient building, a rainscreen application offers the perfect solution.
Buildings using the ventilated rainscreen cladding system reflect most of the sun’s rays. The ventilating effect between the cladding panel and the structural wall partially dissipates any heat that passes through exterior wall panels. As a result, only minor residual heat can enter the building.
Our exterior cladding panels act as a rainscreen on the outside of the building to keep the structural wall absolutely dry. The air space connected to the outside air evacuates water and humidity, preventing condensation from reaching the load-bearing wall and thermal insulation.
Because the insulation material is applied to the outside of a building, temperature changes are minor compared to conventional buildings. This energy-efficient principle applies to hot and cold climates alike.
Exterior wall panels protect the insulated material, making it possible to apply the insulation to the outside of the structural wall. Due to differences in vapor pressure and temperature that pass through the wall, condensation occurs close to the ventilated area and not in the structural wall itself. As a result, the ventilating effect is sufficient to dry out the thermal insulating material.