A CCF facade largely meets the high requirements, in terms of insulating capacity and sound insulation, for modern office buildings. Seasonal temperature fluctuations can lead to the formation of condensate in the closed cavities of the facade. To prevent this efficiently, breathing dryers from GIEBEL® are used. They also ensure that operating and maintenance costs remain as low as possible.
To dispense with the disadvantages of a second-skin façade, the Closed Cavity Façade (CCF) was developed, in which the space between the inner and outer façade shells is completely encapsulated. The “closed chamber” is ventilated with dried and purified air. This prevents condensation or dirt from forming on the condensation or dirt from accumulating on the window panes. Cleaning sashes can be omitted in this way.