Prime TFX (formerly Prime II)

Prime TFX is a traditional through-fix rainscreen panel system.

Prime TFX Through Fix Rainscreen Panel


Prime TFX provides a cost-effective facade that can be perforated with many different designs to complement the requirements of the project.  The system can also be used to create a standalone feature-wall, which can enhance the overall look of the building through the use of strategically placed lighting.

Prime TFX is available in a choice of anodised or powder coated aluminium or a combination of ACM (Aluminium Composite Material), copper, plywood and steel, bonded together to form a composite panel.

The Prime TFX Rainscreen system is designed to accommodate thermal and dynamic expansion and contraction.

Prime TFX has been independently tested at Wintech Engineering in line with the stringent CWCT standards for systemised building envelopes. For more information click here.

Prime systems can be supplied in a spectrum of colours and materials, such as: Aluminium, ACM Natural, ACM Design, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel and Zinc.

If you would like more information on Prime Rainscreen, please get in touch.

Prime RFX (formerly Prime III)

Prime RFX is a recessed fixed panel system offering visual depth for the building facade with the fixings hidden in the recess where the panels meet.   In order to obtain a clean design all of the recesses in the joint are developed so that the colour continues into the space between the panels. To […]

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Prime SFX (formerly Prime V)

Prime SFX has evolved from the PlanoWall Rainscreen system with enhancements made to ensure the CWCT testing criteria was met.   Like the PlanoWall system before it Prime SFX is based on a system of cassette panels which interlock on the top edge, concealing the panel fixings.  With Prime SFX the spanning capacity has also […]

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Prime HPX (formerly Prime VII)

Prime HPX comprises of a support structure which is typically Prime SF which uses brackets to fix the vertical mullion hook carriage to the frame. A project specific delivery can be developed by determining the design and wind performance requirements, this allows us to calculate the hook centres and support pins. Prime HPX allows a […]

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Tuesday, December 10th, 2013