Systems

-This TP 52 façade is a traditional system, also known as the Stick system. The fixing of the glazing to the supporting profiles is carried out by way of a continuous pressure profile screwed externally to a screw Port incorporated in the mullions and transoms. The glazing remains fixed at its 4 slides using this profile that is available with separating gaskets in order to impede contact between the glazing and the metal. The pressure profile and the screws are covered by a continuous external embellishing profile known as a cover. The large thermal Break, combined with its ample glazing capacity of up to 50 mm with glass compositions of large thickness and energy efficiency, presents to this new range of facades excellent Thermal and accoustic performance features. Its seen external section coincides with the interior, being 52 mm

-HCA SG 52 This SG 52 façade is a traditional system, also known as the Stick system. The fixing of the glazing to the supporting profiles is carried out by using clips. This system requires an insert that is fitted in to the glazing chamber (U profile). The combination of the clip and the insert allows the glass to fastened on all four sides. The large thermal Break, combined with its ample glazing capacity of up to 50 mm with glass compositions of large thickness and energy efficiency, presents to this new range of facades excellent thermal and acoustic performance features. It has a “glass only” style on the exterior

-HCA ST 52 With this ST 52 façade the glass is glued to an aluminium frame using structural silicone. The fixing of the glass-frame set to the supporting profiles is done by using the system’s clips. The style characteristic of this system is to offer the same aspect, whether with fixed glazing or with practicable both in the exterior as in the interior. Its glass only external style is with an open groove and the first weather barrier being an EPDM gasket which is installed around the perimeter of each module. An overlap closes the space between the gaskets.