Structural glass glazing systems, in their least difficult structure, are kinds of window ornament wall systems comprising of glass that is fortified or secured back to a construction without the utilization of constantly gasket aluminum pressure plates or covers. The glass can be contained solid, covered, double frosted or even triple-glazed insulating glass units (IGUs). The back-up construction may utilize flat and additionally vertical aluminum mullions or be a glass mullion, steel sharp edge, link or stainless steel pole. The inside and outside may utilize expelled silicone/EPDM gaskets, or a wet fixed silicone relying upon the system. This system makes a totally spotless, flush outside appearance while the interior members have a wide range of choices relying upon design and budget.


Structurally glazed systems make a more prominent straightforwardness than customary caught systems. There are less visual interference because of the absence of metal on the outside (and possibly the inside), making a consistent, continuous glass look. Customary caught curtain wall systems have pressure plates and covers that can direct a lot of warmth in or out of the facade relying upon the season. Since there is next to zero uncovered exterior metal, there is likewise less thermal bridging with structural glazing, saving money on energy utilization costs.


1. Stick-built primary coating

It is one of the most established and most customary shade wall types. It is collected from comparative parts to that of a caught system, except for an outside aluminum pressure plate and cap with gaskets to hold the glass set up.

It is either silicone or toggle fastened on location relying upon the manufacturer’s system. The flipped system glazing is prevalent shop manufactured to have either a channel attached to the rear of the glass with silicone, or to have the protecting glass spacer outline with uncover to secure to inside.

2. Unitized structural glazing

It is a pre-gathered glazing system. Numerous coating types and materials can be consolidated into one "unit" in a quality controlled shop climate. The coating materials are silicone set up and allowed to completely fix to give a comparable flush outside appearance to that of the stick-built system, without the worries for weather conditions nearby (as you ought not silicone under 40 degrees Fahrenheit) and nature of sealant application on site by the dealers. These units can be installed one panel tall and one board wide or on occasion, two panels tall or two panels wide.

3. Point upheld glass system

The most straightforward structurally glazed systems accessible available today. They can be exclusively designed to fit any opening. From the outside, they have silicone sealants between the joints like other structurally glazed systems, however have undeniably less blocked perspectives glimpsing from the back to front and the other way around because of the end of vertical or potentially flat aluminum mullions. When utilizing glass blades as a vertical back-up structure, the entire facade can appear of being essentially transparent!