A structural glass wall, used to build a wide or long glazing elevation where the glass is the primary design element, is a minimal and modern alternative to framed curtain walling.
We can create a glass wall with high levels of thermal insulation by using our thermally fractured structural glazing device. Your building finishes will completely hide the head and base fixings, ensuring you achieve a full floor to ceiling elevation of glass.
In our architectural glazing showroom, we have a range of structural glass installations available for display. The vertical silicone joint of a glass wall as well as a glass-to-glass corner can also be viewed. The glass used in our showroom to build the glass walls has different requirements to allow you to make an informed choice about the specification of your glazing.
Inside your building finishes, the specially built structural glass fixing device can be totally concealed, resulting in an absolutely frameless glass design. Within the design process, and device and implementation has customized specifications to ensure that our suggested fixing details fit with the design purpose and building structure.
On all external edges of the elevation construction, structural glass walls are fixed to the structure, with a structural silicone joint between each pane providing the weather-sealed joint. This silicone vertical joint is black. As a consequence, unless otherwise stated, we provide structural glass units with black hot edge spacer bars as normal.
All glass specifications are given in accordance with your technical specification or performance requirements. To produce an insulated frameless glass wall, we use insulated double-glazed units as usual. Triple glazing, however, is very likely to produce large glass walls with enhanced thermal efficiency.
Additional glass options, including solar control glass, bird safety glass, low maintenance coatings, and low iron glass, to name a few, can be included in your glass specification.
For all-glass walls over 2.4 m tall, we always provide toughened laminated glass as usual in the inner panel of the insulated glass unit, unless otherwise requested.
The frameless member system is supported by this scheme. It blends specially processed toughened glass panes with metal patch fittings available in different colours to match the elevation, bolted together at the corners. A silicone sealant seals the panel-to-panel joints. There is a height limit for patch-fitting glasses.
Various forms of glass partitions exist. Some of them include top and bottom patch fittings, top patch fittings and bottom insert, over panel glass doors and double leaf door patch fitting. A system that is frameless provides a frameless glass partition system. It is a mixture of different items, such as toughened glass panes and patch fittings made of metal. With the help of metal patch fittings, the glass panes are bolted to the corners. The metal patch fittings come in different colors. Silicone sealants are used to seal the joints that are panel-to-panel. In patch-fitting lenses, there is a height constraint.
In making sliding doors, frameless glass partitions are used. They can also be used to render partitions for glass walls, partition walls for frosted glass, partition wall partitions and partition walls for glass. It is possible to use partition wall glass in the workplace and in homes.