With new product for new future trends

LAMILUX Composites welcomes a new innovation to its product portfolio: LAMILUX TextureWall. This product allows the Bavarian family enterprise to unite mechanical properties of composite plastics with an attractive, extremely resistant façade plaster surface for the first time.

A future trend in construction and renovations comprises pre-fabricated modular buildings and sandwich constructions, whether for mobile homes, containers, military warehouses, renovation of existing housing, workshops or pre-fabricated buildings. Whereas existing products primarily feature a smooth, clinical-looking surface, LAMILUX TextureWall excels thanks to its attractive, authentic plaster look, comprising a UV- and weatherproof variant for outdoor areas. But it’s not only the product’s structure which impresses – its mechanical properties do too. LAMILUX TextureWall is manufactured in a continuous GRP roll. This ensures there are no joints which need plastering and allows construction work to be completed sooner and at less expense.

GRP and plaster structure in a single element

“LAMILUX TextureWall was developed to offer our construction and caravan clients not only functional and mechanical added value but aesthetic benefits too,” explains Sascha Oswald. “What makes this new product so special is that it constitutes the first combination between GRP and an extremely resistant plaster structure. Among other things, this saves our clients the time and costs involved in applying plaster to their building.”

Other function integration advantages

The authentic plaster structure is the main feature of this new LAMILUX product, but there are other advantages which make this product innovation attractive for consumers and clients. Compared to conventional façade plastering, LAMILUX TextureWall also offers greater erosion resistance, thus optimising thermal properties, particularly in existing buildings. LAMILUX TextureWall also opens up new options for building renovation since the modular GRP sandwich cladding can be quickly positioned on top of old cladding at an affordable price. The cladding no longer needs to be plastered, moisture is prevented from penetrating, the wall thickness can be reduced and living space can be created.

Wide variety of variations with the same quality

Due to their automated, continuous production process, which can be reproduced at any time, LAMILUX fibre reinforced composites feature consistently high quality. LAMILUX TextureWall is available in different types and plaster structures, customer-specific colours and décors, in a thickness between 1.2 and 2.1 millimetres and in widths up to 3 metres.

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