Systems are the interaction of several components that are perfectly designed and coordinated with each other. The interaction of matching components ensures safety and traceability, thoroughly tested and documented performance criteria. A rainscreen system (= rear-ventilated facade) is such a system: optimal in terms of structure, statically safe, optically flexible to design and adaptable to almost all requirements.
Compliance with the most modern fire protection requirements, for multi-storey buildings as well, and the highest level of moisture protection are guaranteed. The rear ventilation level of the rainscreen system enables the moisture that diffuses through the component to be regularly removed, thus preventing moisture damage to the structure.
The anchoring base of the rainscreen system (concrete, masonry, timber, etc.) can be different. There are virtually no limits to the design possibilities with the BEMO variety of cladding products.
Bracket TEKOFIX-A++ is used for higher and highest fire protection requirements or the need for thermal bridge reduction. This is non-combustible, A-fire classified and, as a passive house certified product, meets the highest thermal insulation requirements.
The unique structure sets new standards in the area of thermal bridges
A unique bracket that sets new standards. TEKOFIX-A++ facade bracket guarantees the highest fire protection, the lowest thermal bridge impact and easy installation. Due to its unique stainless steel point design, the thermo console sets the highest standards in the area of thermal bridges and therefore easily reaches passive house level. Due to non-combustible components such as aluminium and steel, the facade bracket has the highest fire resistance rating and can also be used in high-rise buildings.
Depending on the design, there are two types of fixed points: Type 1 can be used up to approx. 20 kg/m² facade weight. Fixed point type 2 can also be used for solid and heavy facades, such as stone or ceramic. BEMO prepares U-value calculations for each project, as well as associated design and static calculations for the correct layout and anchoring of the substructure system.
Can be used for various building shapes and as rainscreen substructures
The BEMO-DOME substructure offers the right substructure solution for cylindrical or over 2-axis curved building shapes, as it can be used highly flexibly as a façade substructure. The cladding options range from metallic trapezoidal and corrugated profiles to conical or free-form BEMO-MONRO panels. The system is characterised by its good load-bearing capacity, perfect tolerance compensation and simple on-site installation. It is also ideal as a rainscreen substructure.
Whether for a rear-ventilated wall construction or unventilated, the BEMO-DOME façade substructure meets all requirements - also as a rainscreen. To obtain a perfect result, we recommend the use of a 3-D scan for the on-site survey and execution design in 3-D for this substructure system.
The standardised system always consists of the same components and varies between round and square tubes and different brackets, depending on the design. Fastening of the roof substructure is possible on all substrates and offers a tolerance compensation of +/- 45 mm.
Synergetic collaboration. Together through all project phases.
In our own planning office with system-experienced technicians and engineers who plan your projects with innovative and partly self-developed 3D technology, your ideas are professionally looked after from the start. We plan the implementation of your desired design, the material and the design in synergetic cooperation with you and carry out the first technical details and static preliminary measurements for your VHF facade. But we also take on the complete implementation and workshop planning.
We create cost estimates, carry out technical optimizations or variant calculations and thus help you to optimize the profitability of your project. Well thought out from front to back - we use exact 3D measurements as the basis for our assembly-friendly systems and implementation in 3D planning. All of this is what defines the partnership with BEMO.