The trend towards natural building materials continues unabated. Particularly for house façades, they are a topic that is always topical. Wood is an aesthetically appealing and ecologically sensible cladding material.
␍Wooden façades are usually designed as so-called ventilated façades. The visible profiled wood is screwed onto a substructure that is also mainly made of wood. Which screw is best used for this depends not only on the profile shape of the timbers and whether it is a visible or concealed fastening. The aesthetic demands of the building owner also play a role.
␍Recently, there has been a trend towards dark or black curtain walling. SPAX is picking up on this trend with the new BLAX black façade screws.
␍The SPAX façade screw with partial thread and CUT tip is best suited for the universal installation of façade boards. The arrow-shaped tip allows the screw to be placed precisely and at the same time reduces splitting of the wood. The SPAX facade screws with extra small countersunk head are particularly suitable for partially concealed screw fastening in the groove or through the tongue of facade profile boards.
␍All screws are slide-coated and offer a high level of corrosion protection, as they are made of high-quality A2 stainless steel. The precisely fitting drive type T-STAR plus ensures a secure fit of the SPAX bit as well as the best possible power transmission when screwing.
␍The screws are ETA approved, have a CE marking and are Made in Germany.