Ventilated façades are characterized by their ability to allow air circulation, thus enabling them to function as a thermal barrier. This construction solution allows for greater comfort and energy savings of 30% (approx.) compared to conventional facades.
The functioning of a ventilated façade responds to one of the façade’s inherent mechanisms: its relationship with the exterior atmosphere. Ventilated façades become operational when the exterior surface begins to exchange energy with the air chamber. Once the temperature of the air in the chamber increases, the following process is started:
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