Built with regard to wind load and complete load, structural glazing has added architectural elegance to the building. Structural glazing guarantees outstanding thermal insulation and a sound reduction.

Usable styles of structural glazing.

Unitized structural glazing device With subframe and pasted glass, ready to be placed on brackets.

Semi-unitized structural glazing system: curtain wall system is one in which the primary structural framing components are individually erected in the area.

Stick Structural glazing system: a single system with a glass subframe directly bonded to the frame.

Curtain Wall Structural glazing system: glass fixed to a pressure plate frame and a cover plate.

Structural glazing is an innovative new alternative to conventional methods, as it enables us to have windows as walls and walls as windows. It also provides an ever-expanding variety of opportunities for creative architectural design using streamlined products.

In summary, the structural glazing systems are streamlined glass curtain walls which are connected by means of silicone bonding or anchored by means of rods, tubes, glass fins or other impenetrable means. Glass fins or struts have the most spectacular results in structural glazing and, depending on the position and installation, can be the most cost-effective method for supporting the structural glazing of the glass curtain.

Structural glazing can provide greater coherence and linkages between the natural world and our buildings, while also protecting us from the elements. It allows sunlight to enter the home without any discomfort that has historically plagued glass structures, such as overheating and the resulting loss of heat at night. In fact, technical advancements mean that insulation is actually one of the great advantages of using structural glass.


The uniqueness of structural glass is its ability to build fully frameless glass installations without the constraints that may be placed on any other systems. The word “structural glass” is a broad-based product term used to describe frameless glass assemblies where glass takes on a structural load features. The structural load that the glass is built to bear depends on the position and intent of the glass part.

For example, a structural glass floor will be designed to withstand a load-bearing walk across its surface, whereas a frameless glass balustrade installation will be designed to withstand the necessary line loading in a perpendicular direction.

Any business seeking to undertake an architectural glass installation should have a documented and self-evident history of completion of high-quality architectural glass projects before they are specified.


Structural glazing can be used to create large glass installations with minimal obstruction. It can be weighted both horizontally and vertically, and can be bonded with anything from minimal glass beams and supports to heavy-duty steel struts, which ensures that it can be used on almost any size, with almost any aesthetic imaginable. All can be made from fully frameless sliding glass doors to load-bearing high-strength glass floors. Structural glazing can also be built into personal homes in a number of architecturally imaginative and visually convincing ways.


Spider Glazing is part of a frameless glass scheme, offering a flush exterior look with uninterrupted views. Spider Glazing curtain walls provide optimum daylight for building interiors, as well as the possibility to position wide transparent glass surfaces as building envelopes. Spider Glazing is part of a frameless glass scheme, offering a flush exterior look with uninterrupted views. Spider Glazing curtain walls provide optimum daylight for building interiors, as well as the possibility to position wide transparent glass surfaces as building envelopes. Due to its aesthetic appeal, such architectural building envelopes are widely used in commercial buildings to establish premium building skills.


Spider glazing is a highly versatile and contemporary design tool capable of producing projects with a wide variety of glass, frameless entrances and canopies.
All doors and windows can be put in the glass spider area.
Silicone Sealants and gaskets are used to make glass frames waterproof.
Enables maximum penetration of natural light into the interior, with some forms of glass preventing the absorption of UV light.
Spider glaze is easy to install and maintain.


Double-glazed aluminium window is a common option. It's a two-pane window. Between the window panels, the pocket is filled with argon gas to fill the space. It's the spacer that keeps the panels together.


Aluminum Composite Panels (ACPs) are the perfect cladding for interior and exterior surfaces. The material is rigid, light and versatile and can be easily converted into curved and multi-planar surfaces. Composite panels are available in different colours.


The glass partition work supplied by us is available in various sizes and shapes and finishes and is commonly used in offices and commercial premises. These glass partitions can also be supplied as per the designs and requirements of the valued customers. ACP Structure Glazing is strictly tested by the Quality Team Before Dispatching to Customers. Experts use cladding for decorative curtain walls, column covers, partition cladding, ceilings, signage, beam wraps and interior decoration. Best Grade Content
Free of Defects