Facade

  • Facade

    Facade

    To strike the balance between aesthetic appeal and energy efficiency, architects are increasingly turning towards glass curtain walls. Glass can be well combined with other materials such as natural stone, metals or plastic coated metals, giving planners a wide scope for creativity.

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  • Structural Glazing

    Structural Glazing

    Four-sided structural glazing impresses by monolithic frameless appearance. All four sides of the pane element are bonded to an adapter frame with silicone adhesive sealants. These prefabricated glass modules are subsequently attached to the structure.

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  • Weather Sealing

    Weather Sealing

    As in Structural glazing systems many sealants and adhesives which come into contact with each other and with many other materials they require high-performance products compatible with all substrates and ancillary products.

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  • Insulating Glass

    Insulating Glass

    Facades are responsible for the energy balance of a building. The excellent thermal insulating effect of bonded double- or triple-glazed units with coated glass - sealed by dual-seal technology - can save much of the energy otherwise consumed for heating or cooling.

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