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PSP Launch Non-Combustible Decorative Cladding System

PSP Launch Non-Combustible Decorative Cladding System

Demonstrating that building safety does not have to compromise aesthetic appeal, PSP Architectural have launched a range of Matrix Mosaic rainscreen cladding systems that can be personalised to reflect local landmarks, pay tribute to the area’s heritage or simply represent the building’s use or the occupants within.

Utilising specialist machinery, PSP can produce customised patterns or perforations on panels to incorporate bespoke designs to meet client’s exacting requirements. Matrix Mosaic can be manufactured from numerous non-combustible materials and finishes guaranteeing the external envelope is not only compliant and safe but also aesthetically appealing.

Chairman of PSP Architectural Heath Hindmarch said of his company’s latest innovation: “A facade can make or break a building’s standing in the community. Matrix Mosaic offers the opportunity to not only achieve non-combustible building envelopes but also play a huge role in creating a stunning design statement.

“Offering designers massive scope for creativity, our range of Matrix Mosaic rainscreen cladding systems were developed to offer personalisation to external cladding panels, and this is achieved by working with the architect and transforming their designs into a reality.”

Matrix Mosaic panels are manufactured on PSP’s specialist CNC machines offering high tolerances and sharp folds. Available in a range of finishes and thicknesses, this system can be manufactured with fire rated cores and is ideal for providing bespoke panels in large format modular grids.

Manufactured from pre-coated classified as A1 fire rated or post powder coated classified A2 fire rated non-combustible materials including solid aluminium, solid zinc and anodised steel.

Matrix Mosaic rainscreen cladding systems offer a variety of benefits including:

  • A1 & A2 Fire Rated Materials
  • Quick and Easy Installation to Backing Structure
  • Allows for both Floor and Thermal Movements
  • Panels can be Manufactured in Lengths up to 6 metres
  • Wide Colour and Finish Choices Including PPC and Anodised

The Matrix range of rainscreen cladding systems have been tested by the Centre for Window & Cladding Technology (CWCT) to ensure the systems meet rigorous industry standards and are resilient to extreme weather conditions.

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