Modern materials require new machining solutions

Demands on tools are becoming more complex

Functionality and aesthetics are the two cornerstones on which modern architecture is based. In order to meet the resulting material requirements, it is often necessary to find individual solutions for the optimum processing of each material used in the design of facades and the insulation of buildings.

For materials such as fibre cement, aluminium composites, insulation boards and mineral wool, Leitz offers tool solutions that allow users to optimize their machining processes and achieve the full potential of their production.

Fibre cement

Historical working material – modern processing

Whether for facade cladding, roofing or interior finishing, fibre cement materials have been the first choice for fire protection, weather resistance and durability for over 100 years.

Aluminium composite panels

Solutions for greater quality and performance

In architecture, industry and vehicle construction, aluminium composite panels are often used. Special requirements are placed on the stability and formability of construction elements, on the durability of surfaces and on weight reduction. Panels of the most varied shape, sizes and textures are used, which can make the processing of these materials a real challenge.

XPS, EPS & PU-high density foam

Insulation materials with that special touch

The applications for foamed insulation materials range from roof and façade insulation to perimeter insulation and impact sound insulation. The diversity of application types, compositions, material thicknesses or compressive strengths pose challenges to manufacturing and processing companies when it comes to achieving perfect results.

Mineral wool

Utilizing stone and glass wool as ideal insulation materials

With the implementation of climate protection regulations, the requirements for energy efficient building and renovation are increasing. At the same time, the materials used for the insulation of buildings and the necessities for their material properties are changing. Logically, the technologies for processing these materials must also adapt to these conditions.

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