A number of hospitality outlets across the country have recently installed Eurobrick’s brick faced internal wall cladding system I-Clad.
The cladding system specialist has also unveiled a new installation guide especially for I-Clad, to help with any questions that may arise specifically with interior installation projects.
Suitable for both commercial and domestic interiors, I-Clad is versatile, fast and simple to install, and the slimline profile minimises loss of valuable interior space.
The plasterboard backer panel is made of a 12.5mm thick plasterboard laminated with Eurobrick’s ribbed HIPS skin. The horizontal ribs align and support the brick slips to form accurate brick courses easily.
Using this panel can provide a slimline profile starting from as little as 28mm, including the brick slip and the installed system weight starts from just 45kg/m2.
The backer panel can be fixed to a number of substrates including timber or light gauge steel studs or existing plywood or plasterboard surfaces.
Where I-Clad is fixed direct to battens on framing systems, these must be correctly positioned to meet the system fixing requirements, as identified in the new installation guide.
Eurobrick have supplied I-Clad to many office, retail, leisure and hospitality projects over the last 25 years, including Bella Italia, Costa Coffee, The Botanist (pictured), Top Shop, Primark and SuperDry to name just a few, as well as many domestic interior projects.
For smaller internal applications, such as fireplaces and inglenooks, Eurobrick also supply cement based adhesive and brick slip spacers as an economic alternative to using the panel systems.
All of Eurobrick’s systems provide a finish that is indistinguishable from traditional brickwork and come with a guarantee of 25 years.
I-Clad has been extensively tested with British Board of Agrément (BBA) certification and is also LABC registered.
The new installation guide is available to download, along with their other system installation guides at www.eurobrick.co.uk.
You can also get hold of a printed copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01179 717117.