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The term 'cladding' refers to components that are attached to the primary structure of a building to form nonstructural, external surfaces. This is as opposed to buildings in which the external surfaces are formed by structural elements, such as masonry walls, or applied surfaces such as render. The Dry Cladding is the exterior skin, or envelope of a building, and includes all moisture barriers and siding materials used to cover the outside of the structure. Dry Cladding can serve both a decorative and a functional purpose. It is used to complement the architectural style of the building while also offering protection from rain, wind, snow and other outside elements. The dry cladding method creates a cleft of around 30 to 45 mm (1"-1.5") in between face of the wall and Laminam covering.
The dry cladding method is safe and it prevails the infill material (Laminam) from falling off for years
This method allow for expansion & contraction of Laminam in extreme weather conditions.
The appearance of Laminam used in dry cladding work looks pleasing & aesthetically designed.
It is a time saving procedure.
The dry cladding method creates a cleft of around 30 to 45 mm (1"-1.5") in between face of the wall and Laminam covering, providing a layer of air cushion that acts as a thermal barrier.
Before starting with the installation procedure you first need to calculate the area where you want to clad. You can calculate by simply measuring its length and breadth and then multiplying it. This would help you get an estimated amount of material for the cladding.
The brackets must be made of Aluminium/ Galvanized MS. The dimensions of the brackets and their Anchor depends on its type as listed in Table- 1.
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