Qbiss by trimo

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Qbiss by trimo

Postby Qbiss » Thu Apr 23, 2009 4:18 am

Modern architecture is a harmonious relationship between new and innovative building products that allow almost infinite possibilities and the creative talents of architects and designers who are bold enough to embrace these products, recognising the potential they hold and daring to exploit them.

Qbiss by trimo is the totally unique 5-in-1 building solution offering the very best in aesthetics with total performance and functionality. “Value-engineered Qbiss by trimo, with its innovative rounded corner, projects a modern high tech feel. Add to this the famous ‘shadow joint’ and the overall appearance is one of modern minimalism and smoothness.
Self-supporting Qbiss by trimo eliminates the need for additional substructure and thereby conferring tremendous savings in terms of money and construction time. Integrated fire protection, with world-wide certification, lowers insuring premiums as well as building in safety and integrated insulation with no thermal bridges delivers the highest energy efficiency. Assembly options include the two traditional horizontal and vertical orientations, but innovation comes in the style of a new ‘brick’ orientation. Add the widest Corus Colorcoat Prisma® colours available, and Qbiss by trimo becomes a total building envelope solution of possibilities and options for architects and modern designers.
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