Galvanized steel or aluminum formed metal panels are most commonly used as cladding materials. Translucent panels can be combined with these to produce aesthetic patterns and provide natural light. Geometrica offers the advantages of two cladding methods, external and internal.

External Cladding

Remarkably, all cladding is precisely designed for applications over conical, longitudinal, or free-form (irregular) structures for industrial plants including mining and cement domes. The construction is covered in materials such as glass, wood or metal.

External cladding is the method most commonly used on Geometrica structures. Steel or aluminum R-type external cladding panels are used. It is waterproof, installs easily and protects the materials inside of the building, including the structure, from the elements.

Elegant standing seam panels, popular in architectural applications, are also available. Cladding can be designed to allow in natural light and accommodates ventilation systems, equipment, as well as openings and exits.

Internal Cladding

The storage of coal, fertilizer and other combustible materials presents the risk of fires and explosions when dust accumulates on beams and in crevices. Internal cladding provides a sealed, gap-free surface that resists dust accumulation and minimizes potential hazards. R-type profiled cladding is waterproof and provides uniform strength, excellent drainage and low deflection.