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Application

Roof glazing applications, to be used in conjunction with Heritage patent glazing.

Description

Double glazed self-supporting skylight with lead-covered steel patent glazing bars.

Features and benefits:

  • Designed to produce a traditional Victorian style.
  • The glazing bar consists of a galvanized, rolled carbon steel core which is inserted into a seamless lead extrusion covering, incorporating a twin wing weathering system and glass seatings.
  • The ends of the lead covers are soldered to give a hermetic seal.
  • Can be combined with opening vents to offer a complete glazing solution.
  • No capping is required.
  • Can span 1–30 panes in length and 1–10 panes in width - consult manufacturer for details.
  • Incorporates an extruded aluminium structural ridge, hip and sill members and code 4 sheet lead flashings to ridge or apex, hip/ verge and sill positions.
  • Manufactured in accordance with BS 5516: 2004 Code of Practice for the design and installation of vertical and sloping patent glazing.

Applications:

Roof glazing applications, to be used in conjunction with Heritage patent glazing.

General information
Finish

Glazing bars: Self-finished (lead covered)

Aluminium accessories: Polyester powder-coated to BS 6496 in RAL 7015 slate grey matt

Material

Rolled carbon steel inner cores with a minimum tensile strength of 355 N/mm²

Uniclass 2015 Rooflight systems (Ss_30_30_72_72)
Specification data
Product Reference

Heritage Self-Supporting Skylight - Gable Ended

Without vertical glazed upstand.

Heritage Self-Supporting Skylight - Gable Ended Lantern

With vertical glazed upstand, specify height below.

Heritage Self-Supporting Skylight - Hipped

Without vertical glazed upstand.

Heritage Self-Supporting Skylight - Hipped Lantern

With vertical glazed upstand, specify height below.

Heritage Self-Supporting Skylight - Polygonal

Without vertical glazed upstand. Insert required number of segments from 5 (pentagon), 6 (hexagon), 7 (heptagon), 8 (octagon), 9 (nonagon), 10 (decagon), 12 (dodecagon), 16 (hexadecagon) or 24 (icosikaitetragon).

Heritage Self-Supporting Skylight - Polygonal Lantern

With vertical glazed upstand, specify height below. Insert required number of segments from 5 (pentagon), 6 (hexagon), 7 (heptagon), 8 (octagon), 9 (nonagon), 10 (decagon), 12 (dodecagon), 16 (hexadecagon) or 24 (icosikaitetragon).

Supporting structure

Concrete

Steel

Timber

Glazing bar -
Type

LC7 DG

Depth: 53 mm.

Kerb -
Length

Consult manufacturer and insert requirement. Insert N/A if specifying Polygonal variations.

Width

Consult manufacturer and insert requirement.

Slope

15°

20°

25°

30°

35°

40°

45°

Vertical glazed upstand height

Not required

If specifying Gable Ended, Hipped or Polygonal.

500 mm

600 mm

700 mm

800 mm

900 mm

1000 mm

Infill -
Outer pane

Consult manufacturer's literature and insert requirements.

Cavity

18 mm Argon gas filled cavity with warm edge spacer bars

Inner pane

Consult manufacturer's literature and insert requirements.

Opening vents -
Type

Not required

Bottom hung, thermally broken

Side hung, thermally broken

Top hung, thermally broken

Quantity

1–20, insert requirements. If opening vents are not required, insert N/A.

Operation

Not applicable

Electric control - chain actuator, 24 V

Electric control - chain actuator, 230 V

Electric control - linear actuator, 24 V

Electric control - linear actuator, 230 V

Manual control - screwjack gear

Pneumatic control - gas springs

Controls

Not applicable

Crank handle

For use with screwjack gear.

Standard open/ close wall mounted switch

For electric actuators.

Wall mounted thermostatic control panel with rain sensor

For electric actuators.

Standard product features

Material:

Rolled carbon steel inner cores with a minimum tensile strength of 355 N/mm².

Finish:

  • Glazing bars: Self-finished (lead covered).
  • Aluminium accessories: Polyester powder-coated to BS 6496 in RAL 7015 slate grey matt.

Pressure cap:

PC1, extruded aluminium cap.

Minimum film thickness:

40 µm.

Product Options

Supporting structure:

The raised upstand kerb should be 100 mm wide (minimum).

Glazing infill:

A variety is available, e.g. clear laminated, heat soaked toughened, etc. Consult manufacturer's literature for information. When 30 mm thick double glazed units are used, a centre pane thermal transmittance (U-Value) of at least 1.15 W/m²K can be achieved.

Literature