The Advantages of TECO Vitreous Enamel Panels as Curtain Walls
We would like to present you with the below video for you to learn the advantages of vitreous enamel panels as architectural curtain walls. By showing TECO’s track records, this video demonstrates some of the curtain wall projects we did and why TECO VE panel is one of the most durable and safest exterior wall cladding materials for building facades.
Besides the above video, you can also find more photos of some curtain wall projects done by TECO by visiting our Building Category Page.
Here are the three main advantages we would like to share with you in words.
- Fire-Rated – The Grenfell Tower fire accident in London brought more alertness to people on choosing safe wall cladding materials for buildings. As a fire-rated material, TECO VE panel is 100% non-combustible and it passed BS 476 Part 4, 6, and 7 tests. We got Class 0, the best class, rating result from the tests and acquired the Certificate of Conformity (COC) issued by TÜV SÜD.
- Unfading – Vitreous enamel coating is resistant to UV light, salinity, and chemicals. The unfading finish of TECO VE panels assures building appearance always remains new and clean with a minimum maintenance cost. Unlike other coatings which usually get faded within 10 years, vitreous enamel coating always remains its original colour for many decades without change.
- More Robust and Versatile Shapes – With steel substrate, TECO VE panel is more flexible in shaping as well as more robust than other wall cladding materials, like tile, ceramic, glass, granite, etc., as they are always limited in shapes. Not to mention that cracking and falling accidences are commonly seen from these materials and sometimes bring injuries or property loss to people.
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