Cembrit is one of the leading European manufacturers of multi-capability fibre-cement building products. Our products and solutions add exciting new design opportunities for moulding attractive, durable settings for people’s lives.

 
 
 
 
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Transparent (True) Fiber Reinforced Cement Composite Panels

Cembrit Transparent (formerly True) facade boards combine the textured nuances and natural characteristics of the base board with a long lasting performance of the transparent top coat. The color added to the fibre cement reveals and highlights the fibers and other raw materials that provide its strength and character. The extremely durable transparent coating then protects the board and ensures a smooth surface with a long service life.

 

 
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Solid (Zenit) Fiber Reinforced Cement Composite Panels

The special thing about Cembrit Solid (formerly Zenit) boards is that they’re the same color all the way through. Each of the core colors is matched with a full-coverage painted surface in vibrant yet resilient colors. This means if you choose Cembrit Solid boards to provide a façade with a particular color, every board will feature that color on every surface and edge, and with the same color on the edges of any cut-outs or drilled holes.

 

 
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Cover (Metro) Fiber Reinforced Cement Composite Panels

Cembrit Cover (formerly Metro) is the ideal solution if you prefer the strongest colors and bolder design statements. The natural grey fibre-cement core is completely covered by a layer of water-based acrylic paint, with 26 standard Cembrit colors and more than 2000 NCS colors to choose from.

 

 
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Patina (Cembonit) Fiber Reinforced Cement Composite Panels

Cembrit Patina (formerly Cembonit) has a natural, textured surface. You can see the fibre and natural characteristics of the raw materials, and you can see and feel the sanding lines on the surface. As the seasons change and the years pass, the natural ageing of the fibre cement leaves subtle traces on the surface, and the facade will gradually acquire a distinctive patina.