The architecture of today should be designed according to the environment and this has pushed Zanette in search of new eco-sustainable products.
ZIP Innovation Panel was born, for the production of GRC sheets for cladding and ventilated facades, to respect the environment and look to future generations. ZIP is GREEN both in the production process and in the composition of the finished product. No ZIP component raw material is obtained by petroleum synthesis processes. We were able to obtain a completely inert material that does not release any substance into the environment. GRC ZIP panels, together with everything that makes up the ventilated wall, can be separated, divided and recycled in different ways in the future. Simple materials such as sand, cement and fiberglass can also be crushed and reused as undercoats or inert materials. As a result, it is possible to significantly lower CO2 emissions and reduce energy consumption, thus making its own contribution to protecting the environment.
Zip the eco-sustainable
Non-polluting raw materials and low environmental impact production for eco-sustainable products. In the Zanette establishment the production process uses "green energy" self-produced by photovoltaic and cogeneration plants with vegetable oil.
Emission control - Greenhouse effect: Zip panels are the best solution on the market between coating systems, for an environmentally friendly construction, both in the production phase and in case of replacement and disposal.
Water Consumption: to avoid the waste of water resources, water is managed in closed circuit with purification. Water consumption for the production of Zip panels is limited to the hydration of concrete and not to processing cycles, therefore it is 3 times lower than that of aluminum and 6 times lower than HPL.
Waste and Production Refuse: the production of Zip panels generates materials that are considered completely inert. The value of their pollution is thus comparable to the lighter aluminum, while HPL appears to be the most polluting at both the production and disposal stages.