With its variety of colors, formats and surface finishes, KeraTwin® by AGROB BUCHTAL offers the architect enormous freedom of design. And as diverse fastening alternatives ensure technical and structural versatility, this system offers the appropriate solution to any challenge – even on difficult bases.
As a facade system with the widest variety of colors, KeraTwin® enables any architect to realize his creative ideas. Therefore, apart from the “SpectraView” range of colors comprising nine harmoniously co-ordinated color families and contrasting colors, the “Natura unglazed”, “Design unglazed” and “Design glazed” color systems are also available. On request, the panels are also supplied with profiles that, due to their three-dimensional texture, can make large facades appear less monotonous and lend an entire building a distinctive character. The joints are realized in such a way that the construction is optimally protected against driving rain. With their relatively low weight of 32 kg/m², the panels are easy to transport and install.
The KeraTwin® system variants essentially differ in terms of their fastenings which depend on the requirements of the specific project. The vertical K20 system rail, for example, offers extensive freedom of design and a wide range of accessories. As the panels are simply hung on the system rail, no additional tools are required for installation. Even faster and more efficient laying is possible using the innovative K20 T-profile which requires fewer individual components in the substructure. The vertical K20 Omega profile has proved itself as a specialist for efficient installation on difficult bases, e.g. walls with post-and-beam construction, while the K20 clamp system permits mounting of the panels not only in a horizontal and vertical direction but also on ceilings. The new OmegaS system variant offers further possibilities: large panels of up to 60 x 180 cm can be mounted vertically.
With Canyon and Kaijo, AGROB BUCHTAL now offers two new surfaces for the KeraTwin® system. Developed together with the product designer Markus Bischof - so that architects can set strong accents on buildings. While Canyon appears expressive and three-dimensional, Kaijo radiates discreet elegance with its texture characterized by fine lines. Find out more about the new surfaces here.
Different surface finishes are available such as glossy, silky-matt, or unglazed surfaces and digitally printed surfaces (stone, wood, or metallic looks) are available. There is an extensive range of colors, divided into four color systems:
- “SpectraView” (comprising nine harmoniously coordinated color families and contrasting colors)
- “Natura unglazed”
- “Design unglazed”
- “Design glazed”
Find out more about KeraTwin® here.