Facade Panels in Abu Dhabi
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About Facade Panels
Facade panels are used to enhance a building's architecture, they come in different shapes sizes and designs. They protect the building from moisture corrosion or wear and tear and can be modified in different ways to suit almost all buildings. High raised facade panels are used as claddings in tall buildings or skyscrapers. They are suspended from concrete floor slabs and placed close to curtain walls and pre-cast concrete walls. Some facades are constructed of fire resistant and corrosion resistant material. Most facade panels are either suspended or attached to precast concrete slabs which are made up of aluminium or stainless steel. They are connected to powder coated or anodized aluminium. Some panels are constructed using titanium material which is stronger than reinforced steel but is very expensive. They can withstand temperatures of above 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit or 660 degree Celsius.
Facade panels find a wide range of applications brickwork, stonework, curtain walling, precast concrete panels, insulated render, metallic cladding, tiles, stone veneer panels. They are also used in large boards with aesthetic and weather tight veneers. They can also be designed as glass and steel facade systems and can be installed in multi-storey buildings. Facade panels are made up of different materials which include steel profiled sheets, composite sandwich panels, flat rigid cassette panels, light steel infill walls, hollow steel sections, metallic elements and much more. Flat and rigid panels are designed with folded edges and light steel infill walls using C sections. Hollow steel sections are mostly circular in design and are used in roofs and to enhance the visual effect in entrance areas. Some panels are further strengthened using stainless steel glazing support systems and metallic elements are unitised as curtain walling. Light infill walls have replaced the inner work in both the steel and concrete framed buildings for enhanced support and easier access.
Some of the key benefits of using facade panels are that they provide additional reinforcement to your building and enhance the aesthetic appeal. They are available in different colours, textures and surface finishes. They are lightweight and do not exert strain on the building structure. Different types of cladding systems can be used as C sections in light steel infill walls as support. They can be prefabricated and installed at the construction site for faster installation. Steel glazing systems can be used for visual effects in tall entrance areas. Steel is a commonly used in facade panels as they are robust in design and is non-combustible. It can also be insulated with thermal and acoustic insulation as it provides different types of services accordingly. Composite sandwich panels are used as tile supports as they provide an interlocked appearance to your building. Large metallic facade panels are used to over-clad an existing office buildings. Some structures use light steel infill walls which span between the floor and edge beam. These walls are known as light steel facade panels which are installed outside the slab edge and attached in discreet locations. They can be constructed quickly as they are lightweight, easy to install and involve less material handling. Light steel facade panels can be used to create large windows without wind posts. It can be used for a wide range of cladding systems and are easy to dismantle. Lightweight prefabricated panels can be easily attached to a steel framed building. Some popular facade panels include anodized aluminium facade panels, composite panel material and reinforced metal or steel panel. Some popular locations to get in touch with facade panel designers and distributors in Abu Dhabi are Musaffah, Electra Street, Airport road, ICAD and tourist club area.