Cemintel Territory Ridge is a corrugated cladding which suits contemporary architecture. Ridges and grooves (corrugations) are typically used to give thin sheet metal strength. The corrugations in Territory Ridge cladding are deep, square and tightly spaced. This creates a fresh pattern which designers find visually intriguing.
Corrugated metal is normally smooth and often powder coated. Territory Ridge Cladding has a fresher, more industrial aesthetic. The surface texture has a hammered metal patina. Reminiscent of a texture created by hammer strikes used to shape metal.
Use Territory Ridge cladding on exterior walls or as an internal lining.
Ridge Cladding Information
Cemintel Territory Ridge Cladding has a modern-rustic style. It has a strong linear pattern and a texture with a metallic luster and artisanal quality. It’s an innovative alternative to corrugated steel and vertical joint wall cladding.
Territory Ridge Cladding is an excellent choice for a modern home exterior. With a deeply corrugated profile, this cladding gives texture and depth to building facades. It also boasts a metallic luster that catches the light beautifully.
The cement bonded fibrous particle material has low maintenance qualities. Thick 16mm panels are embossed with the tapered grooves and hammered metal texture. Unlike metal, it won’t rust and is more suitable for corrosive environments.
The panels use a high-quality paint applied in a multi-layer process. It provides long lasting protection against UV damage and colour fade. As a result, they require minimal ongoing maintenance.
Ridge Cladding Installation
The proprietary fixing system provides a range of advantages:
- It creates a 15mm cavity to provide ventilation and drainage.
- It can be installed to timber, steel and masonry frames.
- The clip system conceals fixings on the cladding.
- It allows cladding to be installed horizontally or vertically.
- It makes Territory cladding compatible with Barestone and Surround cladding.
For peace of mind, Territory Woodlands is CodeMark Certified CM30048. They can be used whenever a non-combustible material is required by NCC2022 Clause C2D10 (6)(d) [NCC2019: C1.9 (e)(iv)].
The Territory wall system can achieve a Bushfire Attack Level of up to BAL40 when constructed in accordance with Australian Standard AS3959 and Cemintel’s design and installation guides.
Ridge Product Specifications
|Effective Cover |
Per Unit (m2)
|472373||Territory Ridge Black||470||3030||16||Textured||Prefinished||n/a||1.38||455||17.9 - 21.8||24.7 - 30.1||10||BAL-40|
|472374||Territory Ridge White||470||3030||16||Textured||Prefinished||n/a||1.38||455||17.9 - 21.8||24.7 - 30.1||10||BAL-40|
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