Along with the development of classical technologies and materials, new technologies and materials have successfully entered the construction sector. One of the materials accelerating the process, increasing the quality and reducing the cost of the final product, is the fibre-cement board.
In the beginning of the twentieth century the Austrian Hatshek developed a method for the manufacturing of this product.
Since 1990, this advanced technology has been used for the production of Fibre-cement boards, which are cement-based boards reinforced with cellulose fibre.
They are produced with a different surface: smooth, with imitation and wood relief, natural stone, imitation of gneiss, layered bricks, etc.
Fibre-cement boards are nature-friendly materials
Fibre-cement is an ecological material, contains no substances and ingredients harmful for the human health and contaminating the environment. It does not contain asbestos. It does not release any harmful gases over time. There is no limit to the durability of the material.
During production, the plates are subjected to high temperature pressure, as a result of which they are resistant to the most negative conditions.
The material is not affected by UV rays. Fibre-cement boards are not affected by humidity and water. They are not affected by poor weather conditions, temperature expansions are much smaller than those of similar materials. They are watertight and can be used on facades having such issues. The boards have thermal and sound insulation properties.
Fibre-cement panels are not affected by humidity and water
They are not affected by poor weather conditions, temperature expansions are much smaller than those of similar materials.
They are watertight and can be used on facades with such issues.
They have thermal and sound-insulating properties.