DKT2 System

Hidden mechanical fixing with metallic profile on the continuous groove of the piece’s edge

Projects with horizontal hierarchy. Some designs seek to achieve a very marked lineal frame, from spatial volume to the dimension of the construction details. The assembly as a design tool in these cases can be a major ally and help to realise this linear concept.

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Description

This DKT2 system comprises of a horizontal profile that supports the facade in a continuous way, all based on a groove that runs the whole length of the piece. A groove of minimum 3-4 mm and with a depth of up to 15 mm is required to conceal the length-wise profile that is anchored to the uprights of the sub-structure.

This solution creates an almost hermetic ventilated chamber, due to the continuity of the supporting profile itself. Dekton has this certified system for ventilated facades according to ETA 14/0413 and BBA 16/5346 for 12 mm and 20 mm thicknesses, although it can also be used with 30 mm.

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Detail 1. Vertical section

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Detail 2. Horizontal section

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Detail 3. Vertical section

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Detail 4. Horizontal section

1. Dekton | 2. Horizontal Profile | 3. Vertical Profile | 4. Separator 'L' | 5. Mechanical Anchoring | 6. Self-Propelling Screw | 7. Thermal Insulation | 8. Supporting Wall

DKT2 Projects

Thanks to Dekton’s high density (≥2.50 g/cm3), its 12 mm, 20 mm and 30 mm thicknesses allow for very precise grooves that do not affect the mechanical fastenings. As an inorganic material, it is has a very low dilation coefficient (6.5 · 10-6 °C-1) which allows for rigorous control of the assembly of small as well as large-format pieces.

By optimising the cutting of each slab, even very slim pieces can be used, increasing the linearity of the building by creating layers that allow the colours, light and reflections of the hidden metallic profile beneath the pieces to be seen.

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Other construction systems

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DKM

Sculptural projects with high formal value.

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DKT 1

Projects with complex cutting

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DKT 3

Projects designed to the last detail.

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DKT 4

Projects with modest resources.

Digital resources library

Digital resources

BIM Material Library .zip/.rar 45,7 MB
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Dekton Ventilated Facade Systems .zip/.rar 10,6 MB
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VRay Material Library .zip/.rar 13.7 GB
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Attachment systems

Curtain Wall Details for Dekton Ultracompact Surface by Cosentino .pdf 1 MB
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DKB System .zip/.rar 5 MB
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DKC System .zip/.rar 42 MB
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DKR System .zip/.rar 5 MB
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DKS System .zip/.rar 6 MB
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DKT1 System .zip/.rar 4 MB
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DKT2 System .zip/.rar 800 KB
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DKT3 System .zip/.rar 23 Mb
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DKT4 System .zip/.rar 9 MB
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Systems depending on the thickness of Dekton .zip/.rar 3 MB
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Technical Manual (EN) .pdf 24 MB
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Product data sheets

Declaration of Performance .pdf 4.8 MB
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Safety Data sheet Dekton .pdf 600 KB
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TDS Dekton Slim .zip/.rar 200 KB
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Technical Data Sheet Dekton .pdf 600 KB
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Tender texts

Tender Text Direct adhere facade and ethics .pdf 150KB
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Tender Text Ventilated facade .pdf 150KB
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