Types of Seven Glass architectural glazing:
- classic glazing (mullion-girder system)
- structural glazing
- semi-structural glazing
- planar glazing (tape glazing of 6.0 m high)
- element facade (constructor)
- stained glazing (with different double-glazed windows)
Structural facade glazing is the most sophisticated and perspective direction in the facing. Glazing technology is based on glass attachment to the front of the building using sealant (silicone), which is serving as a carrying unit. Modern technologies of glazing allow creating a unique building facade.
Racking-grided glazing system is an internal aluminum structure (rack and grid) and external system (clamp and decorative cover), among which the glazing is clamped as a glass / double-glazed window by means of rubber compactor. The filling thickness is 50 mm.
Advantages: easy installation, for vertical and inclined facades
Structural facade glazing differs from the classic glazing with lack of aluminum parts outside (clamps and decorative caps). Herewith, double-glazed window is glued to the aluminum frame by a special technology, forming a structural glazing cassete.
Advantages: entire glass surface without visible external overhead shapes.
Semi-structural facade glazing is a smooth glass surface with silicone seam width of 20 mm (double-glazed windows are mounted by means of the structural silicone).
Advantages: cheaper compared with the structural glazing, ideal for vertical and inclined facades, as a system is maximum waterproofed.
Aluminium sliding system enables the opportunity of 2, 3, and 4-panel opening. Lifting and sliding aluminum doors are functional and suitable for outdoor using in office buildings, as well as in commercial and residential objects.
Advantages: large-size glazing, unique design, high coefficients of water- and air-resistance, MAX security from burglary
Are of boundary aluminum constructions using:
- complex vertical and inclined facades
- dome and conical glass roofs
- modern window and door constructions including sliding and folding
- mansards, passages, transitions, verandas, nymphaeums, zenith lights
- office partitions of any construction with elevated levels of sound insulation
- pools covering, greenhouses