Nortem Cassette Panel is a type of cladding system. Cassette panels are %100 recyclable, reasonable in price and with the very modern appearance on the building fascia. It can be used for exterior, interior, new construction and renovation projects.
Nortem Cassette panel is for use in all types of buildings, including high-rise residential, apartment complexes, educational facilities, retail and commercial structures.
These panels provide a unique solution for faster builds, customized design and energy-efficient green initiatives.
When considering requirements for renovations or new projects, investors require high-quality, exterior applications that are up to building codes; yet these cladding systems must be easy to handle and install as well. In an environment where time is literally money, Nortem’s Cassette panels provide convenience and speed for any construction.
Unlike sheet metal cladding, these panels require no caulking or silicone during application; instead, panelling is applied on a fixed rail system incorporating hooks, clips and screws for easy attachment. This makes Cassette panels a far superior choice for large-scale repetitive projects where long labour hours would otherwise be required.
Nortem’s cassette panels are produced using a sophisticated factory line process, with each manufacturing stage strictly controlled for quality and consistency. The panels themselves are formed using brake pressing or roll forming machines that can be adjusted to produce panels in a variety of thicknesses and lengths. Each individual panel is rectangular in shape to ensure uniformity and easy application.
Versatility is perhaps the most important benefit provided by these cladding systems. Not only can cassette panels by applied to a multitude of substrates including concrete, brickwork and metal, but they can also be customized in shapes, material, colours and textures that suit the overall vision of the architect and contractor.
The polymer paints used to create these effects also provide best-in-class protection against the harshest of weather conditions, repelling dirt, rain, acid, salt-water and extreme winds with ease. The result is a durable, effective cladding system that can be expected to last for anywhere up to a 40 years with minimal maintenance.