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    Cembrit Patina Inline: Patina board with linear milled grooves

    Cembrit Patina Inline is a through-coloured fibre cement board with milled linear grooves, giving a 3D effect to the building's façade.

    The natural and authentic Patina Inline board brings a significant play of shades between the high and low of the board, and it gets even more interesting when combining the horizontal and vertical installations of facade boards.

    The natural ageing of the fibre cement leaves subtle changes on the surface, and the façade will gradually acquire a distinctive 'patina' over time.

    Key Features of Cembrit Patina Inline:

    • Linear 'lines' created by carefully designed milled grooves
    • Adds a unique 3D effect to the building
    • Will patinate over time
    • 5 standard colours
    • Non combustible
    • No maintenance required
    • 10 year warranty

    About Cembrit
    Cembrit is one of the leading European manufacturers of superior fibre cement façades with over 80 years experience within the manufacture of fibre cement. With a commitment to quality, and featuring properties such as non-combustibility, sound and weather insulation as well as high impact strength, Cembrit fibre-cement boards are the ideal facade material and are suitable for Australian conditions.

    About Trumark Group
    Trumark Group are key distributors of Cembrit in Australia and are available to discuss any product or project enquiries, as well as provide samples of the range. Trumark Group (a division of leading acoustic manufacturer, Atkar Group) are experts in external facade solutions, and will be able to support your Cembrit project journey from enquiry & specification right through to supply & installation.


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