Wienerberger showcases system solutions made from fired clay

Wienerberger has come up with numerous new products and system solutions:
> Poroton clay block systems for various applications
Core product is the Poroton-S10-MW, which, thanks to its increased compressive strength class, enables the construction of buildings with up to nine storeys. For buildings built in a double-leaf construction, the Poroton-T8-MW with the system-integrated cavity wall tie and a Terca facade can be recommended. The new Poroton-T7-P has been developed primarily for the private construction market, the improved perforation geometry ensuring high dimensional stability and more reliable installation. The use of Dryfix adhesive for high-precision clay blocks is explained.
> New additions to the Alegra clay roofing tile family
In the Koramic segment, new and proven roofing tiles and solutions with coordinated accessories are shown, such as the Alegra 15. The small format is suitable for new construction and refurbishment. The flat roofing tile is available in seven colour shades and can be supplied with the proven Sturmfix system. The latter is also true for the other Alegra models, which are offered in medium to large sizes. The Plano 11 will be on show as a designer tile. Whole and half verge tiles enable harmonious cover without a verge framework, providing the roofing tiles are laid in a bond. Besides a technically sophisticated vent pipe system, other accessories will be exhibited, like the Premium Q underlayment. In addition, the company will exhibit the new generation of a non-ceramic accessory.
> The ceramic variants for the facade
Wienerberger makes 150 types of Terca facing bricks in three shaped variants. In addition, Retro bricks are given an individual appearance as a result of rumbling after production.
The range of ceramic facades is rounded off by an extended assortment of Terca brick slips. Overall, the range now comprises eleven types – including slips with a rusticated surface.
A third facade solution made of ceramic is presented with the Argeton range, which is used in commercial building as a rear-ventilated curtain wall. The range includes 26 standard colours – with natural or structured surface. Professionals can find out about two different substructures.
Argeton Altivo panels that are fixed vertically will also debut in Munich. Eye-catching at the trade fair stand will be the Argeton panels in extremely bright colours, with gradient colours as well as in black, grey and white shades. Barros bar tiles, which are suitable for attractive lamella facades, will also be presented.
> Dark-coloured clay pavers remain in demand
In the presentation of the Penter landscaping range, the trends towards dark colours, rustic finishes and exclusive solutions are reflected. Attracting attention at the trade fair stand will be the combination of six different colour paving bars that have been laid in a herringbone pattern in public areas in Hamburg.

Hall A3, Stand 101
Wienerberger GmbH


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