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Jet cutting is used for cutting the abrasion of the water at a pressure of 6,000 atmospheres


Water jet cutting, free rein to creativity

Emerging in the United States in 1974 and first used in the aerospace field, the technique of water jet cutting is used for cutting the abrasion of the water at a pressure of 6,000 atmospheres.

This, at a rate of 1.200 cm / sec. and mixed with abrasive grit, is capable of cutting through a Cartesian robot axes moved on, run by a numerical control system, thickness of 150 mm on any Read the rest of this entry »


It consists of an integrated set of items with the static function to set the external cladding of building structures


Anchor System

It consists of an integrated set of items with the static function to set the external cladding of building structures, the latter being forced to bear the agents loaded on it and, in particular the wind.

The anchoring system may consist of:
specific elements “Local Fixing”
an anchor structure “spead Fixing”

In the first case, however, lost one of the main advantages of the ventilated facade as anchor using specific elements, including cladding elements of small dimensions, are to create a large number of thermal bridges that determine a sensible increase heat dispersion.

The materials used today by the hooves are treated type steel or Read the rest of this entry »


Usually present as a uniformly distributed layer of mortar on the wall (plaster mortar with a thickness of 1-2 cm.)


Ventilated Facades – Supporting structure

The functional elements that make up the ventilated facade are:

Layer wall bracket
Monolayer type may be composed of a single stratification of material, or it may be of a multilayer, essentially consisting of more than a stratification of materials. Depending on the type of material used, the support layer has a determining influence on the behavior of the system, because of the different coefficients of deformation that are subject to the elements that compose it.

Adjustment layer
Usually present as a uniformly distributed layer of mortar on the Read the rest of this entry »


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