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VERMIN PROTECTION

Air joint elements and perforated sheets as vermin protection in the façade

Air joint elements

The MOSO® air joint element LUFU ensures easy and secure rear ventilation of the facing wall. The laborious scraping of the joints is eliminated thanks to the elements. Thereby, the facing bricks remain clean and undamaged. MOSO® ZU-LUFU single.

Your advantages

  • Practically tested and matched to the façade
  • Special profiles made of perforated plate in stainless steel or aluminum available
  • Including the corresponding fastening plugs or tapping screws for correct assembly

PRODUCTS

AIR JOINT ELEMENTS

The MOSO® air joint element LUFU ensures easy and secure rear ventilation of the facing wall. The laborious scraping of the joints is eliminated thanks to the elements. Thereby, the facing bricks remain clean and undamaged.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Stone format NF (240/115/71), DF (240/115/52)
Material aging resistant
Colours white, cement grey or anthracite

USE AND APPLICATION

  • simply wall into the cross joint
  • after grouting, close with the screen so that no vermin can intrude
  • plan approx. 1.5 tiles/m² for DF stones and approx. 2 pcs/m² for NF stones
PERFORATED PLATE PROFILES

Practically tested and matched to fit the façade. Special profiles made of perforated plate in stainless steel or aluminum are also available. Delivered with the corresponding fastening plugs or self-tapping screws for correct assembly.

PRODUCTION INFORMATION

Materials stainless steel and aluminium
Profile lengths up to 2000 mm
Colours silver (paint finishes on request) depending on application
Mounting accessories self-tapping screws - plastic wall plugs

USE AND APPLICATION

  • In the area of the vent holes in the masonry and/or clinker façade respectively
  • As a joint cover of in-situ concrete or prefabricated concrete components
  • Along window and door openings
  • In the base section of brick walls built on support anchors
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