In addition to the classic cladding such as stone and porcelanic stoneware, there are many others with less widespread use. From HPL phenolic panels to solid surface panels, through aluminum composite panels, artificial stone or polymer concrete, fiber cement or alveolar ceramic panels.


Each type of panel has its advantages and disadvantages. For example, phenolic panels are made up of a resin core with high-density thermosetting cellulosic fibers and can have decorative sheets on the external faces, so there is a wide variety of finishes. Another example is the solid surface panels, which allow the filling of their joints with the same material as the panel, forming unitary blocks of different volumes and shapes, being able to obtain straight or curved solid facades.

Installation of unconventional facades

When installing a ventilated facade, the most important thing is to choose the cladding material well and to have the best stainless steel anchors and profile systems. Choosing good quality materials is essential.

High-quality anchors and profile systems

At Grapamar we design and manufacture our entire wide range of anchors, profile systems and staples in Spain. The high quality of our products and the competitive prices are two of our most outstanding qualities.

Profile systems for other cladding materials

Some systems designed for stone or porcelain cladding are used to lay other types of cladding, but others are specific. Here are some of them.

ISO 9001 quality certificate and DIT certification

Anclajes Grapamar has a quality management system in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard, to guarantee the highest quality standards in the manufacture of our products. In addition, some of our systems have DIT certification, issued by the Eduardo Torroja Institute of Construction Sciences (IETcc). The DIT is the Document of Technical Approval of the non-traditional construction materials, systems and procedures used in the building. We currently have two DIT profile systems: the PF.1011 system with DIT 548R/16 (for porcelain panels) and the PF.1025 system with DIT 513R/14 (for stone cladding).

Skip to content