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Available in aluminium, brass and stainless steel Tiled surfaces that suffer dilations and contractions are mainly due to thermal variations, being necessary to take measures to prevent damage to the installation. Emac solves this problem creating a range of Novojunta profiles for the absorption of the movements in turn provide a good surface finish. Its […]
Available in aluminium, brass and stainless steel
Tiled surfaces that suffer dilations and contractions are mainly due to thermal variations, being necessary to take measures to prevent damage to the installation. Emac solves this problem creating a range of Novojunta profiles for the absorption of the movements in turn provide a good surface finish. Its recommended to install each 5 or 6 meter lineally, in order that it forms an area of about 30m2. This way it allows the conjoint of the pavement to support horizontal movements produced by time, avoiding the apparition of crack, elevations and other types of imperfections.
Expansion joint composed of stainless profiles and a principal body of microcellular rubber EDPM. The fixing wings have an octagonal hole to make possible the transfer of the fixing material, quarantying an optimal installation and life. Its principal function is to avoid the accumulation of tensions caused by expansion and contractions, caused by thermal variations.
|Joint width||Contraction / dilation movement||Total movement|
|8mm||+ 1'2 mm. / -1'2 mm||
2 ' 4 mm
|10mm||+ 1'8 mm. / -1'8 mm||3 ' 6 mm|
Thermal change for 8mm joint width – 69oC
Thermal change for 10mm joint width – 103oC
Fire resistance – M2 (LOW FLAMMABILITY)
Abrasion resistance – Novojunta metallic responds adequately to wear by abrasion, without losing functionality or stability in front of continued step.
In exterior applications, such as outsides, rainfall is a efficient cleaner opposite the accumulations of dirt and other deposits, depending on the amount of material exposed to the building. As for cleaning, special attention should be given in protected areas or difficult access during the cleaning; to make sure that all traces of dust or other elements are eliminated. This is particularly important in saline and industrial environments, where the concentration of chlorides SOx and the vast accumulation of particles in suspension may lead to localised corrosion if they are not removed effectively. The frequency of cleaning depends on the environment that is exposed, but a good practice would be clean elements of stainless steel with the same frequency as the windows of a building.
The primary care to be taken, on stainless steel place in interior applications, is the digital brands. Possible finger marks that can arise during installation will disappear after the material is cleaned with water and or liquid soap for dishes, liquid soap or detergent. In the case of mirror, finishes can be cleaned with crystals – cleaner, providing they are free of chlorides.
There are products on the market for maintenance of stainless steel, which removes these finger marks and keeps the bright of the stainless steel and reduce the tendency of the emergence of these brands.