Cladding on a building provides a protective layer that guards the interior from leakages which can cause serious damage to the structure, as well as compromise the insulation by letting in moisture. Cladding adds to a building’s energy efficiency while providing that protection, and at the same time, cladding is amazingly easy to maintain and doesn’t require constant cleaning. Cladding can make the difference in the health and life of your building, and rainscreen cladding is one of the types of cladding systems that can do the job.
Types of Cladding Systems: Ventilated Rainscreen System (VRS)
As you might expect, Danpal’s research and development team utilizes innovative techniques and natural means to create products that perform to peak efficiency. Danpal’s VRS incorporates Danpalon panels to protect insulation from moisture. Behind the panels is an air gap whichi provides natural ventilation so that the convective motion stays dry and efficient.
How the Ventilated Rainscreen System and Other Types of Cladding Perform
The panels of the cladding system are double notched to make sure that water cannot penetrate. Made of connector-bound Microcell polycarbonate panels, this type of cladding system, which is three times lighter than traditional rainscreen cladding, is very easy to work with and to install. The connections are made directly onto the support and there’s no need for support from additional framed structures.
The Final Word on the Ventilated Rainscreen System
In short, there’s no other type of cladding system that can compare to Danpal’s Ventilated Rainscreen Cladding. Because it’s light in weight, it’s easy to install, saving on cost and inconvenience; it’s completely waterproof so that moisture cannot penetrate; it’s available in panel lengths up to 12.0m standard, with longer lengths available on request; it’s offered in an array of designs and colors that other companies can’t match; and it’s environmentally friendly with no waste so that it’s not harmful to the planet.