Zintl aluminium cladding by HVG Facades

HVG Facades’ Zintl aluminium cladding system is an elegant and enduring product designed to offer a “world of design possibilities.”

The high-performance cladding is available in a range of interlocking weatherboard profiles suitable for a wide variety of project types.

Zintl provides architects with façade profiles that are versatile and non-combustible, certified to AS1530.1.

Combining sophisticated style, fire performance and efficient installation, this cladding system is ideal for residential, commercial, education, sporting and healthcare projects.

Designed for quick and cost-effective installation, Zintl requires minimal ongoing maintenance and can be customized to suit each project.

Zintl interlocking aluminium cladding is offered in a wide range of Interpon and Dulux powdercoated finishes as well as a selection of anodized and wood-grain architectural finishes.

With its mix of natural, bold and subtle hues, Zintl can suit almost any context. Its durability makes it particularly well suited for coastal properties and high-traffic areas.

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