01 product description
Thin-walled, slat-sized concrete
The panels have a very convenient size (1800 x 147 mm) and can be easily mounted and processed on site - both by professionals and skilled do-it-yourselfers. Flexible formats available on request (width up to 105-302 mm and length up to 600 - 2400mm).
Unlike wooden claddings, Rieder Slat Wall needs neither be abraded nor painted at regular intervals. Individual elements can be replaced easily.
Facades, claddings of porches, conservatories, terraces, garden sheds, garages, fences and many more.
High fire resistance
Absolute fire resistance, fire protection class A1, non-flammable, safe alternative to traditional wood panelling.
Colours and Surfaces
öko skin slat wall panels are dyed throughout with natural colour pigments and are available in 12 different colours. The natural, authentic colours of öko skin fit well in landscapes and blend with nature and the environment. The surface of öko skin is sandblasted with varied pressure and creates a vivid surface.
öko skin can be fitted with color-matched screws or rivets. From 2015, we also offer a hidden fastening system.
New since 2015!
More contrast for a vivid optic.
öko skin Atelier R
The atelier R was cladded with the new öko skin slat wall system from Rieder. A sustainable and convenient alternative to wooden slat walls.
The concrete slat offers a unique appearance and can easily be attached and adapted to existing wooden slats. And it never has to be painted again!
- perfect alternative to wooden slats
- very low maintenance
- never has to be painted again
- sustainable material
- easy to install & to replace
- size: 1800 mm x 147 mm
100 m2 fibreC slat wall
surface: SA sandblasted
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