Facades for car parks: SOLTIS FT

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Soltis FT composite membranes, part of the Serge Ferrari light architecture range, are ‘expressive materials’ for architects and builders. Transparency, colour tones, designing of curved volumes, graphic personalization, etc…

With Soltis composite membranes, façades can be enhanced or renovated and become attractive, unique features!
Soltis FT, when used with Stamisol Color, provides an overall innovative façade design concept that opens up new perspectives.

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Soltis FT: a full range of membranes for micro-climatic facades

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With Soltis, the Serge Ferrari Group offers a range of openwork composite membranes for facades as well as waterproof, breathable membranes.

This range's major innovation is that it embodies a comprehensive technical solution specific to facades.
Composed of Soltis FT facade membranes and Stamisol Color coloured membrane, the range offers multiple finishing options through its scenic usage of light and 3D design.
This solution is attractive because of its relevance, technical performance, reliability and durability. Soltis FT & Stamisol Color combination is the ideal answer to architects' and investors' requirements for modern ventilated facades.

Soltis also offers an extensive selection of membranes for transparent and openwork facades, as well as for under-roof screening.
The cutting edge coating technology of Stamisol breather membranes mean they work just like our skin: they breathe, protect from external aggression, control building humidity and thermal performance.

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