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Fixings to a facade, wall and ceiling

Mounting solutions for HAVER Architectural Mesh

In order to integrate your wire mesh cladding into your building project in a technically as well as visually flawless way, it is important to use the right fastening technique. With over 20 years of experience in the processing of stainless steel mesh in the architectural sector, we have developed standardised fixings for architectural mesh and are confident: there is a suitable fastening solution available for your project.

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Mountings for mesh facades
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Mountings for wire mesh ceilings
Frame solutions for walls and ceilings made of wire mesh. Frame solutions for walls and ceilings made of wire mesh. Frame solutions for walls and ceilings made of wire mesh.
Frame solutions for walls and ceilings
Special mounting solutions

Mountings for wire mesh facades

HAVER Architectural Mesh can be stretched over several floors on facades. Only at the top and bottom fixing points of the building is a solid substructure required to support the resulting vertical loads. Depending on the size of the individual mesh elements, additional intermediate fixings are attached floor by floor to absorb horizontal loads and reduce vertical loads.

Important: The fixing details of the upper and lower connection differ depending on the mesh type used: Wire mesh or cable mesh.

Fastening solution for rigid wire mesh facades

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Top mounting

A flat tension profile is provided with clevis screws, which are used to hang the element in the substructure. At the same time, tension is applied to the upper fastening point.
 

Intermediate mounting

If the mesh size is large enough, the mesh element is secured by means of wire connectors. These reach around a tube lying behind the wire mesh from the back into the architectural wire mesh. This intermediate tube is barely visible in the front view.
 

Bottom mounting

Flat tension profiles are used for the lower fastening, through which tension is introduced into the wire mesh by means of clevis screws. The additional use of pressure springs is necessary to give the wire mesh the necessary elasticity under corresponding loads in the outdoor area.

Mounting solution for cable mesh facades

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Top mounting

The cable mesh element is tensioned with eyebolts, which are inserted into the cable mesh together with a round var. The mesh is tensioned either on a continuous substructure profile or on single fastening brackets.

Intermediate mounting

The intermediate mounting is done by the use of wire connerctors. These run around a tube installed behind the cable mesh and keep it in position when connected to groups of cables from behind. This type of mounting is not visible in the front view.
 

Bottom mounting

Analog to the top fastening, a round rod is inserted into the cable mesh. The elements are tensioned with of eyebolts, for example, on a continuous substructure. The eyebolts ensure an exact amount of tensioning. Together with the pressure springs, the mesh is installed with the exact pretensioning load.

Mountings for metal mesh ceilings

Depending on the choice of architectural wire mesh and visual requirements, we offer various horizontal fixing solutions for wire mesh ceilings. Depending on the requirements, HAVER Architectural Mesh is designed to be permanently mounted or revisable.

Non-removable fixing system for metal mesh ceiling linings

With a tension profile and clevis screw, any horizontal wire mesh element can be precisely clamped. Through edging with tension folds, horizontal wire mesh elements can be tensioned by means of clevis screws in such a way that the sag is regulated or minimised as desired.

Non-removable fastening system with a tesnion profile and clevis screw. Non-removable fastening system with a tesnion profile and clevis screw. Non-removable fastening system with a tesnion profile and clevis screw.
Non-removable fastening system with a tesnion profile and clevis screw.
The wire mesh elements can be precisely tensioned by means of a tension profile and clevis screw. The wire mesh elements can be precisely tensioned by means of a tension profile and clevis screw. The wire mesh elements can be precisely tensioned by means of a tension profile and clevis screw.
The wire mesh elements can be precisely tensioned by means of a tension profile and clevis screw.

Removable ceiling attachment made of wire mesh with sagging

This system allows each wire element to be removed by a single person, e.g. for maintenance and installation works. The architectural mesh elements will not be damaged, as they can remain in the ceiling construction during maintenance work.

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Removable fastening system with sag
The wire mesh elements can be moved for maintenance purposes and remain in the ceiling construction. The wire mesh elements can be moved for maintenance purposes and remain in the ceiling construction. The wire mesh elements can be moved for maintenance purposes and remain in the ceiling construction.
The wire mesh elements can be moved for maintenance purposes.
Removable fastening system with a passage for fabric ceilings. Removable fastening system with a passage for fabric ceilings. Removable fastening system with a passage for fabric ceilings.
Removable fastening system with a passage for fabric ceilings.

Adjustable ceiling attachment without sagging

If no sagging is desired in the ceiling cladding, the architectural wire mesh is applied to frames under pretension. For removal, the frame can either be removed or a folding or sliding mechanism can be provided.

Note: The details of the frame can be determined considering the chosen mesh type, element sizes, as well as other technical and optical requirements.

Removable ceiling attachment with a folding mechanism. Removable ceiling attachment with a folding mechanism. Removable ceiling attachment with a folding mechanism.
Removable ceiling attachment with a folding mechanism. | ©Fabrice Rambert
Framing solution: Removable fastening solution for metal mesh ceilings. Framing solution: Removable fastening solution for metal mesh ceilings. Framing solution: Removable fastening solution for metal mesh ceilings.
Framing solution: Removable fastening solution for metal mesh ceilings.
Large-format frame elements can also be covered with wire mesh and used as revisable ceiling cladding. Large-format frame elements can also be covered with wire mesh and used as revisable ceiling cladding. Large-format frame elements can also be covered with wire mesh and used as revisable ceiling cladding.
Large-format frame elements can also be covered with wire mesh and used as revisable ceiling cladding.

Wire mesh framing solutions for ceilings and walls

Wherever architectural wire mesh cannot be stretched over a large area, frame elements are often used. They offer you great flexibility and, depending on the design, enable you to:

  • removability of the elements
  • the integration of acoustically effective materials
  • the integration of the wire mesh elements into sliding mechanisms

We adapt the design of the frames as well as integration of the wire mesh individually to your project depending on the requirements.

Wall cladding with frame elements made of architectural mesh. Wall cladding with frame elements made of architectural mesh. Wall cladding with frame elements made of architectural mesh.
Wall cladding with frame elements made of architectural mesh. | ©Salim Abdulla
Wall and ceiling covering with wire mesh elements. Wall and ceiling covering with wire mesh elements. Wall and ceiling covering with wire mesh elements.
Wall and ceiling covering with wire mesh elements.
Wire mesh frame as a wall cladding. Wire mesh frame as a wall cladding. Wire mesh frame as a wall cladding.
Wire mesh frames as a wall cladding.| ©Salim Abdulla

Design options for frame solutions:

Special mounting solutions

Individually developed for your project

Every project has its individual challenges. Therefore, in addition to the standardised fastening solutions listed above, we have also developed a range of tried and tested special solutions.

Learn more about our individual mounting solutions


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