Structural Glazing

Structural Glazing

  • Structural Glazing
  • Summary

The structural glazing is bonded onto the aluminium bearing surface on the inner face of the fa?e. This produces the effect of an enormous glass wall on the outer surface. Open and fixed components are indistinguishable.

  • Structural Glazing
  • colour

You can choose from various white, black, brown, cherry and other RAL colours. In addition, dual options are also available, which combine the best elements of the window and door finish. Please note that these on-screen representations of colours are only intended as a guideline, and Galaxy Windows cannot be held responsible for any discrepancies between on-screen and actual painted colour.

  • White
  • Oak(Cherry)
  • White and Oak(Cherry)
  • Mahogany(Rosewood)
  • Mahogany(Rosewood) and White

  • Structural Glazing
  • Glazing

Features

  • characterised by structural glazing bonded on cassettes and structural vents identical to fixed components.
  • used to create facades with no visible aluminium on the outside.
  • combination of vertical and inclined planes are possible together with the integration of different types of vents

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