Micro ventilated facades

The Gammastone AIR system, which has proven to be the most effective composite panel on the international market, is perfect for micro-ventilated facades.
The micro-ventilated façade is an exterior cladding system that creates a thin air gap (open at the top and bottom) between the exterior surface of the building perimeter wall and the outside environment.
This air gap creates a “chimney effect” that allows air to move upward, avoiding condensation and dissipating water vapor coming from inside the building.
Micro-ventilated facade system is particularly suitable for the renovation of old buildings and for projects with severe spatial constraints.
All external material solutions within the Gammastone AIR range are suitable for the realization of micro-ventilated facades.
The Gammastone AIR system is an unsurpassed facade material that has proven to be the most effective for complying with the micro-ventilated facades on the international market.

This innovative cladding system for ventilated facades was developed in collaboration with the largest and most reliable companies in the industry.
Together with our partners, we have achieved top results in insulation, protection from weather conditions, and external noise.
GammaStone AIR panels allow easy installation, versatility in architectural design, original stylistic solutions with a wide range of large-format marble, granite and porcelain slabs.
GammaStone AIR micro-ventilated facades are structurally reliable. The panels undergo rigorous testing against wind, pressure, hurricanes, etc.
They are installed on a metal suspension structure attached to the wall of the building, in which layers of insulation and protective materials are mounted.
Exterior panels protect and insulate the facade by creating an air gap between the outdoor environment and the exterior wall of the building.


Even with a small footprint, the system can be used to create an opaque wall with a maximum thickness of 40-60 mm made of drywall panels. The system consists of mechanical suspensions and aluminum fasteners separated from the back wall (on which there may be a thermal insulation board) by an air gap. This gap is thin, but sufficient to stop the physical continuity between the outer layer and the perimetric filling.
The metal substructure consists only of horizontal rails fixed directly to the wall behind with metric thread with the classic bayonet system, anchored by rivets on the back of the panel.
However, the microchamber of the ventilation must be sized taking into account the thermofluidodynamic calculations of the facade.

Vertical cross section – section A-A

Horizontal cross section – section A-A

Vertical cross section – section B-B

Basic detail – section C-C

Head detail – section D-D

External corner – section E-E

Internal corner – cut F-F

Window air – revelation technique – section G-G

Window steel – disclosure technique – section G-G

Windows – range H-H

Window – ceiling – section K-K