Bruag CELLON® panels are made from a weather-resistant and stable solid core board that can be used for garage cladding. There is an unlimited choice of custom or standard perforation patterns and colors.
Unprocessed CELLON® boards are manufactured by Bruag exactly as required for each individual project using laser technology. The panels are thus pre-cut to the exact dimensions (incl. drill holes) and with the desired perforations for the specific site. The panels are coated after cutting. Depending on the perforation and the distance between the fixing points, 8 or 10 mm thick panels are used.
Sub-frames are usually made in wood or metal/aluminum. In addition to conventional square tubes, angled or omega section are also suitable in metal constructions. For an invisible sub-frame, fixings with spacers can be used. However, these are significantly more complex in assembly and design. The sub-frame must be attached to the brickwork in accordance with the specifications of the building and must be adapted to the load capacity of the CELLON® panels.
For wooden sub-frames, EPDM sealing tape is recommended between the sub-frame and the panels. The panels are attached directly to the sub-frame for metal or aluminum sub-frames. Corner details may be designed as butt joint.
| ||CELLON® |
|Description ||A high-pressure laminate panel (HPL), consisting of 70% cellulosic web and 30% phenolic resin |
|Thickness ||8 or 10 mm |
|Colors ||NCS S Edition 2, RAL Classic or Bruag ALU (other colors on request) |
|Building material class ||Bs1d0 fire retardant |