Mechanical Anchoring Mechanical anchoring, also known as blind or invisible fastening, is an effective method for attaching a ventilated facade. Special materials are used in this process to securely and discreetly hold the facade materials. This technique results in a clean and modern appearance, with the fastenings being invisible.
Mechanical fastening of a facade, while effective, comes with some disadvantages. The use of visible fasteners, such as screws or clips, can impact the aesthetic aspect of the design. Moreover, perforations in the facade insulation may lead to cold bridges, adversely affecting the thermal performance of the building. Additionally, this method requires precise positioning and installation, increasing complexity and labor intensity. Specialists are needed to ensure that mechanical fastening is optimally applied, considering both functionality and aesthetics.