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Dual Pitch Modular rooflight.
A rooflight system for commercial and public buildings. The system consists of prefabricated modular skylights, including profiles, panes, flashing, control systems for comfort and smoke ventilation and roller blinds.
Ridgelight is a classic looking solution, consisting of two rows of skylights that support each other in the ridge. The flashing allows for installations with a pitch of 25–40°. They are the perfect solution for a wide variety of circulation spaces, gallery spaces and small internal courts where people meet or pass in transit.
|Uniclass 2015||Framed rooflights (Pr_30_59_72_31)|
Ridgelight 25–40° Modular Skylight
|Arrangement or combination|
Uw: 1.1 W/m²K (centre pane) / Uw: 1.4 W/m²K (glazed module).
Uw: 0.7 W/m²K (centre pane) / Uw: 1.0 W/m²K (glazed module).
Low energy pane.
Light sun protection.
Advanced sun protection - more suitable for Mediterranean use.
HVC, Smoke ventilation
White, fire resistant (4094)
To be used when selecting smoke ventilation modules.
Control Unit (KLC 400), Control Pad (KLR 200)
To be used when selecting natural ventilation or fixed modules.
Rain and wind sensor set (KLA S105)
To be used with natural ventilation modules.
Control Switch (KLI 110)
Can be used in place of the Control Pad.
|Standard product features|
Pultruded fibreglass and polyurethane composite that gives high strength and low thermal conductivity. The dimensions of frame and sash profiles are not affected by the size of the rooflight module as loads are transferred to the mounting brackets.
The inside surface is treated with white paint (NCS S0500-N, gloss 30: nearest RAL colour, 9010), while the aluminium cladding is coated with granite grey, scratch-resistant powder lacquer.
Galvanized steel multi-brackets at each corner of the rooflight.
Prefabricated modular flashing with integrated 50 mm insulation and snow stop. Grey painted aluminium.
Available in modules of:
Rooflights can be fixed, or openable to provide ventilation or smoke venting. Opening rooflights are operated by a chain actuator, concealed behind the bottom profile.