Fassarend from Fassa Bortolo

Fassarend from Fassa Bortolo

Italian render manufacturer Fassa Bortolo has launched a new brochure, dedicated to showcasing the many varied uses and benefits of its bestselling system, Fassarend.

An initiative that champions the possibilities and flexibility of working with Fassarend, the UK team has designed a go-to guide which aims to quickly and reliably answer any questions when it comes to choosing the right render for the job whether you’re a housebuilder, specifier or architect.

The brochure delves into the rich history and technical expertise Fassa Bortolo has cultivated over time, alongside exploring its impressive product certifications which reinforces Fassa’s outstanding product range, excellent workability and superior quality.

Clearly displayed through an easy-to-navigate contents, specifiers will learn how Fassarend can be used on any number of substrates. Aerated blockwork, brickwork, concrete, carrier board or painted surfaces, manual users will be able to see the various cycles which are made up using different Fassarend products.

Visual simulations are added to help represent how each system is installed, from the undercoat, the base coat and any reinforcing mesh, through to the finish, decorative coat and the primer.

In the second half of the brochure, readers will find all the products within the Fassa portfolio. Categorised by product type, each product is listed with full specifications and uses, as well as any relevant accreditation.

Dale Telling, commercial manager at Fassa Bortolo, comments: “Fassarend is one of our must popular systems, purely because of how versatile it is. There are not many substrates that it can’t adhere to, so for any specifiers, architects, housebuilders or developers who need to devise solutions for different surfaces, Fassarend is a reliable choice. The brochure is simple to use and will act as the first port of call for customers so they know exactly what they need from the start. We expect this will help speed up the process when specifying products.”


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