The Direct system is based on point-supported individual anchors that do not require vertical profiles for their alignment.
This system is relatively economic and frequently used for covering concrete walls made of prefabricated elements or built on site. It can be used on walls made of solid or semi-hollow bricks. It is not recommended for hollow cement blocks with side walls less than 40 mm thick. Standard UNE 41957.
The Direct system is made of A-2 stainless steel (AISI-304). This type of steel has the ideal resistance to mechanical stress and atmospheric corrosion.
Consists of a threaded weldless bolt attached to the supporting wall or building on one side, with its other flat side equipped with a device which supports and retain the cladding. This device could be hidden fastenings, with pivot and visible fastenings, for which we have two options, Direct Strow with retention spring, for claddings with irregular thickness and Direct Basic, a new system for claddings with regular thickness, but cheaper and simpler than Direct Strow.