Qbiss by trimo, raises the bar once again for building solutions presenting a unique 5-in-1 concept; a total architectural solution combing the very best in aesthetics with total performance and functionality.
Visually, Qbiss by trimo excels in all areas - its aesthetics are highlighted with its innovative rounded corner, which apart from being unique on the market, projects a modern high tech feel. Add to this the famous ‘shadow joint’ where the longitudinal and transverse joints are optically of the same width and the overall appearance is one of modern minimalism and smoothness.
With ‘value-engineering’ central to the modern building envelope and cost-control, Qbiss by trimo is engineered to be self-supporting requiring fixing only at the edge, which eliminates the need for additional substructure. Eliminate substructure and the savings can be tremendous both in terms of money and time as well as reducing reconciliation of work.
As a total solution Qbiss by trimo is not compromised on performance offering the very highest integrated fire protection supported with certification to meet the highest requirements across all countries. Better fire protection means greater safety and lower insurance premiums too. The system is also extremely energy efficient having no thermal bridges as the insulation is already integrated in the vertical joint. Additionally, no moisture can build up during assembly as the thermal insulation is protected with steel sheets and thermal conductivity is not diminished. Better insulation means a more static building environment reducing the cost of heating and cooling over a seasonal cycle.
Qbiss by trimo is easily assembled, but in addition to the two more traditional horizontal and vertical orientations, innovation comes in the style of a new ‘brick’ assembly option. Add the widest Corus Colorcoat Prisma® colours available, and Qbiss by trimo becomes a building envelope solution of possibilities and options for architects and modern designers.
Trimo UK Ltd.
Unit 4 Willaston House Business Centre