1. Position fitting bars perfectly straight, starting from the ends of the area to be cladded, leaving a distance of 10 cm as shown in the figure, and then dividing the remaining wall space into equal parts, leaving an interspace of approximately 70 cm between the bars.
2. The bars are fitted with screws and plugs
3. Complete the fastening by tightening the screws.
4. Mount the clips, make sure they are perfectly aligned and perpendicular; if you do not have a laser beam, use a spacer profile and a level .
5. Insert the clip horizontally into the fitting bar.
6. Rotate the clip by turning the rounded side of the fixing cam upwards.
7. Slide the clip to the end of the bar.
8. Place the spacer next to the clip.
9. Insert the second row of clips following the same procedure as described above.
10. Proceed in this manner aligning the spacers and clips until the spacer is blocked and the substructure is complete.
11. When the substructure is complete, check that the spacers and clips are perfectly aligned, and finish the ends with the corner profiles before fitting the slats.
12. Near the end part of the substructure...
13. Apply the end corner profile and mark the cutout areas.
14. Once the cutouts have been made, pull in the profile.
15. And fasten it to the wall.
16. Once the substructure and the end pieces (corner profile/s) are finished, move on to mounting the slats.
17. Place the slat on the clips and push until it snaps in (sectional elements).
18. Proceed in the same way with all other slats (sectional elements).