panel fixing

Panel-Fixing

The main problem is that there are too many panels: sound insulating, thermal insulating, wooden, rock, polyurethane, polystyrene, multi-layered and sandwich-shaped coverings, ornamental and backlit panels, the list could go on forever. Each one of them having particular thickness, stance and positional characteristics according to their future use: some are meant for furniture, others are used as dividers or for internal finishing.

How to fasten them? It might seem easy to you: a bunch of rivet nails, some adhesive and that’s it!

But in this way the fastening becomes almost impossible to dismantle, not to mention the potential repositioning of the panel (that is a real problem when the panel is all crooked).

The interesting news is that we are capable of resolving all these problems better than you can imagine:

Is a particularly low thickness required?

In this case the Microplast® or Pressogrip® material combined with a velour counterpart are incomparable.

Microplast® applicato a pannellicsm_paneele_verkleidungen_pilz2_64f6c36653

 

 

 

The tightness of the fastening, seen as vertical or horizontal traction, has to be very high?

For this circumstance there is Duotec®: a very easy to use product that closes on itself with a click.

panel fixing duotec

 

 

 

And also: do you want an additional mechanical fastener for an extra fastening tightness?

There are special clips and profiles that satisfy even this need. All the systems are simple to use, fast and removable according to your necessities.

Clips - Binder GmbH & Co.KG

 

 

 

Are you interested in panel fixing?

Visit the section of our new website Binder or contact us!

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