RAUVISIO innara: wall cladding made from natural materials

REHAU boasts robust sustainability

Innara was the name of a patron deity in the Bronze Age. From October 2023, it will also stand for a new generation of wall cladding. With this new addition to the RAUVISIO family, REHAU has developed a material that lives up to its name in three ways: It protects the environment and the wall itself, while the fire.protect version also meets fire protection classification A2-s1,d0. And thanks to its large selection of decors, there is no need to compromise when it comes to design.

Wall cladding reinvented: As a purely natural product, RAUVISIO innara is setting new standards in terms of sustainable construction materials. The composition of the new addition consists of almost 100% mineral components and natural fibers. And REHAU goes one step further in terms of its environmental responsibility: The new surfaces are produced using a fully autonomous power supply. Unnecessary manufacturing waste is avoided by completely recycling the raw materials and reintegrating them into production. In addition, the raw materials are sourced exclusively from Europe, in order to keep transportation to a minimum.

Design meets stability

In addition to these sustainability aspects, RAUVISIO innara also meets REHAU’s high design and quality standards: The mineral fiber panels are extremely durable, versatile and easy to process, while its elegant decors will enhance any interior. The wall cladding is resistant to scratches and chemicals and easy to clean, making it suitable for use in areas where surfaces are subject to particularly heavy use. In addition to hotels, retail outlets, hospitals and offices, RAUVISIO innara is also ideal as decorative wall cladding for interior work, where the new surface can be used for bathroom renovations, as backsplashes in kitchens and in many other areas. Customers can choose from ten attractive decors, ranging from Iron Concrete with an industrial concrete finish, through elegantly cool Smoke Blue, to warm red Jasper. These decors are perfectly coordinated and can easily be combined. If you want your own design, you can also use the new material: Customized decors can be produced thanks to digital printing.

Also available with fire protection classification A2-s1,d0

In public and special-use buildings, the interior design often needs to meet specific fire protection regulations. That’s why REHAU has also developed fire.protect versions of the decors in its RAUVISIO innara collection. Innara fire.protect boasts all the product benefits of the standard version while also meeting the requirements of fire protection class A2-s1,d0. As a non-combustible material that prevents smoke emissions and flaming droplets, it ensures reliable protection – making it suitable for use in the healthcare sector, as well as in public buildings such as schools, kindergartens, salesrooms and restaurants. The panels are free of harmful substances and safely be used as protection for interior walls. What’s more: Not only the surfaces ensure protection – REHAU customers also get a tested complete system from a single source, consisting of panels and adhesive, along with profiles, if required. The Slate, Limestone and Chalk decors are already available from stock for order quantities of one or more. Other decors can be ordered from the factory at certain minimum quantities.

Be it fire.protect or standard – RAUVISIO innara is an elegant design solution with functional extras and also boasts a number of processing benefits: It can be installed seamlessly or using the elegant profiles available in the range, covering all application areas. Individual customization using woodworking tools on building sites is also relatively simple.

With RAUVISIO innara, REHAU is launching a new high-quality and sustainable material for outstanding projects in extraordinary designs. Entirely in keeping with its motto, ‘Enabling exceptional design’.

You can find more info about RAUVISIOinnara here: www.rehau.com/innara

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