2. Facade using adhesives
Choosing a suitable adhesive that is consistent with bricks and tiles is important and requires engineering studies. It s hould be noted that this glue acts like an elastic material and has the ability to absorb vibrations of the parts (tile, brick, etc.) and has the necessary infrastructure. To use adhesive it is necessary to implement cement plaster on the wall. Adhesive must be implemented behind the brick, stone or ceramic so that no space is left without adhesive. When the environment becomes saturated with water, water can penetrate in links and may freeze and ultimately remove the brick from the façade. Therefore jointing should be done in such a way that prevents water penetration totally.
3. Dry facade
Dry façade system is a facade implement system in which mortar is not used to connect the parts of façade including clay panels, stone and, etc. but in this system metal equipment such as rails, screws and so on are applied. This system can be implemented by clay, stone, ceramic, glass and composite panel systems.
Components of a dry façade include:
- Thermal insulation
- Maintenance framework
- Ventilation spaces
- Clay panels and…
The advantages of dry clay panel system include:
- Sound insulation
- No need for professional workers to install
Implementing dry façade systems requires engineering studies and other than supervising engineers administrative staff can be trained ad workers. Since in this system of implementing façade installing the parts and rails are based on the maps, its implementation does not require professional workers.
3. High speed of implementation
In dry façade due to the use of metal framework which is the template to implement the façade and due to the possibility of preparing the façade in the ground floor without facing the speed of implementation increases dramatically.
4. The lack of construction waste and noise
In dry façade system due to the lack of using mortar and clear maps as well as standardized panel, the amount of construction waste and debris is very low and it is performed without noise.
5. Reduced waste of energy
In dry façade system first a thermal insulation system is connected to the body of the building with mechanical connection and then the holder framework or skeleton made of wood, steel or aluminum is attached to the building so that the dry façade is kept with a distance from the thermal insulation on the holder framework. The empty space between the facade and the insulation is the best thermal insulation that has an important role in reducing energy waste.
6. Easy implementation for high buildings
The implementation of this system is faster and easier than other methods due to the absence of mortar. Also there is access to periodical cares especially in high buildings, however this system is not used in low height houses because it is costly.
7. Possibility of restoration and renovation of old buildings