Pat. 11913234. Pat. 11933053

Cladding Attachment System

A revolutionary system for rear ventilated facades

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Passive House is a building standard developed by the Passive House Institute (PHI) in Germany which is recognized internationally as the optimal way to build healthy, climate-resilient, and energy-efficient. Passive House compliant buildings allow for space heating and cooling related energy savings of up to 90% compared to conventional buildings and over 75% compared to average new builds. This is achieved by means of highly efficient building systems, careful planning, and use of Passive House certified building components. 


As an independent authority, the PHI tests and certifies components in respect of their suitability for use in Passive Houses which are normally two to three times more efficient than the corresponding commonly used products. Products that carry the Certified Passive House Component seal have been tested according to uniform criteria; they are comparable in terms of their specific values, and are of excellent quality regarding energy efficiency. The PHI has further introduced efficiency classes for building components in order to help set highly energy efficient products apart at a glance. These classes include Certifiable Component (C), Basic Component (B), Advanced Component (A) and Very Advanced Component (A+).

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