Xtral offers a range of inspiring interlocking façade systems for the rainscreen façade market, utilising this non-combustible solution on your next project will deliver design flexibility.

The profiles are supplied as in 3 m lengths (custom lengths up to 4500 mm available) are designed to be installed as a ventilated rainscreen back to our Vitrafix VF1 or VF2 framing and can be installed in either a horizontal or vertical orientation to give a modern and versatile cladding option.

Key features

  • Non-combustible rainscreen solution
  • Limitless colour range and choice
  • Light weight system
  • Extruded aluminium plank
  • Suitable for any construction type
  • 100% recyclable

Installation of Xtral

Xtral plate aluminium façade panels have been designed by a team of dedicated engineers and commercial façade installation professionals. Applying the rainscreen principle, the Xtral system is installed over a weatherproof substructure with air flow, drainage, and ventilation occurring beneath the façade. 

Xtral’s panels employ a simple tab-and-hook mechanism that allows each panel to interlock with pre-loaded strength. Xtral panels then overlap one another, concealing all fixtures and implementing a more modern and dynamic aesthetic.  

The Xtral system has been designed to eliminate the need for external sealants, making installation faster while reducing labour and material costs. 

The Xtral system also incorporates a specially-designed selection of trims, allowing every architectural detail to be met with an effective and aesthetically-pleasing solution. 

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Application

The Xtral sustainable façade range is an incredibly durable material when used in the right application and installed by recognised installation companies

Xtral Characteristices

Length3000 mm standard (up to 4500 mm available)
Plank weight 6.5 kg/m2
Colour rangeAnodised or unlimited painted options

Colour Choices

Xtral planks are available in mill finished or anodised colours giving A1 non-combustility against the European Directive or can be supplied in painted A2 fire rated options.

Anodising is an electrochemical process of highly controlled oxidation of the aluminium product. This process transforms the surface into a highly durable, corrosion resistant finish that maintains a natural yet highly variable look.

Painted options available consist of either a wet spray fluoropolymer base paint or polyester powder coated options to give a limitless colour choice to ensure your architectural flare and design intent are met.

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