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Key Features:

  • The original glass rooflight for flat roof applications
  • Modular system allows multiple glazed sections linked togther
  • BBA certified and approved
  • Secured by Design to LPS2081/1
  • Approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Board
  • Silicone seal
  • aluminium angle or glass fin support
  • No external capping
  • Available in bespoke sizes and glass specifications
  • Can be wall abutted
  • Heat soak tested low e safety glass as standard

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To find out more about design considerations for your project, contact us on 01379 658 300 or request a CPD.

Large areas of glazing can be linked together using a variety of different methods. Smaller spans will only require a silicone seal to secure the panels together, this is a great solution if looking to maintain the ‘frameless’ internal appearance. Larger spans will require something stronger to safely support the joint between the glazed panels.

The multi-part Flushglaze system can be specified with either aluminium back to back angles or structural glass fins. Aluminium angles tend to fit in very well with modern contemporary interiors, particularly when paired with bi-fold or sliding door systems. The internal angles can be powder coated to any RAL colour of your choice.

If you’re looking to maintain an all glass finish the Flushglaze modular system can be specified using glass fins as structural support instead of aluminium angles. These are a real architectural feature and offer a slightly more elegant finish. The fins are manufactured using heat soak tested toughened laminated glass for maximum strength and are supported at each end by stainless steel shoes.

Options

Available in bespoke sizes and glass specifications

Can be wall abutted

The multi-part Flushglaze system can be specified with either aluminium back to back angles or structural glass fins

Standards

BBA certified and approved

Secured by Design to LPS2081/1

Approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Board

Heat soak tested low e safety glass as standard

 

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