Brick Slip Systems for Modular Construction
Benefits of Wetherby Clay Brick Slip Cladding for Modular Systems
- Quick and easy installation
- Unique Interlocking System
- System build up flexibility
- Real clay brick finish
- BBA & KIWA accredited systems
The Wetherby Clay Brick finishes are a popular choice for our Modular Facade System. The range of 7mm, 9mm and 15mm brick slips enable a traditional brick appearance to be achieved in significantly reduced installation times.
Unlike alternative brick slip systems, which often comprise of a false acrylic brick finish, our clay brick slips are all manufactured and fired in the same was as traditional clay brick, providing a genuine brick finish.
This highly impact resistant system can be installed quickly, with a full application possible in one day.
Insulation Options for Modular Brick Slip Systems
We have two main types of high density, interlocking insulation boards, specifically designed for our Wetherby Thin Coat Render Systems for Modular Builds.
Wetherby High Density EPS
Our Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is manufactured from a polymer that incorporates a foaming agent which, when exposed to steam, creates a uniform closed cell structure highly resistant to heat flow and moisture penetration. A cost effective insulant, EPS is a popular choice for a project with strict budgets.
Wetherby Enhanced EPS
Wetherby Enhanced EPS insulation board comprises expanded expanded beads of polystyrene that incorporate a graphite component, which are then fused together in a pressurised steam-heated mould. The inclusion of graphite ensures the product offers enhanced thermal performance and, when using a thickness of just 90mm, Enhanced EPS can meet the required u-values to meet building regulations with minimal disruption to the external envelope.
Wetherby Stone Wool
Wetherby Stonewool Insulation is a consistent density, high strength, rock Stonewool slab with a water-repellent additive specifically designed for use in external wall insulation systems.
Stonewool fibres realign during manufacture to increase impact strength without dramatically reducing thermal performance – making an ideal product for use behind a render finish.