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Glazing Vision Guide to Rooflights and Roof Windows

Glazing Vision Ltd

We all have a predilection to well lit, airy and inviting spaces, so increasing the use of glazing products in the built environment can be an efficient way of improving an internal space. There are a number of products available that offer varying degrees of natural daylight and ventilation in the form of rooflights and roof windows. This ebook provides a comprehensive guide to rooflights and roof windows, which most people will be familiar with, but, what are the key differences between them and which one should be specified in a given application?

Rafterline Patent Glazing Brochure

Standard Patent Glazing Company Ltd

The Rafterline glazing bars strength is provided by others structural timber rafters x 50mm wide (44mm minimum) and the maximum span of this system is therefore only limited by the integrity of the rafters. The advantages of this system are that the timber rafters create an appealing visual effect inside the building and are totally protected from the effects of weathering from the elements. The external aluminium glazing system will provide excellent weather resistance and is not subject to the regular maintenance required for timber glazing systems. This system readily accepts both single glazing, double and triple glazed units up to 50mm thick and as with all our systems, can be combined with opening vents to offer a total glazing solution.

Skyline Patent Glazing Brochure

Standard Patent Glazing Company Ltd

The Skyline range of glazing bars offer an economical roof glazing solution incorporating slim sightlines. The glazing bar's strength is provided by an internal stalk (or fin) which is cut away at the top and bottom main fixing positions. This system is able to accommodate double and triple glazed applications where compliance with Building Regulations Document L are a requirement but is also popular for single glazed applications such as feature canopies and unheated spaces. Available in three sizes depending on the design span with fin depths of 50mm, 70mm and 100mm. This glazing system is capable of spanning up to 4 metres unsupported with double glazed infills weighing 30kg/m²

Traditional Patent Glazing Brochure

Standard Patent Glazing Company Ltd

The company's traditional patent glazing bars are designed to receive single glazing of any thickness and are also suitable for accommodating solid and multiwall polycarbonate sheets up to 30mm thick. It is possible to incorporate double glazed units into this range of glazing bar when compliance with Building Regulations Document L is not a requiremnt. The glazing bar is an inverted 'T' design and its strength is provided by the external stalk (or web). The outer surface can be weathered by a choice of extruded aluminium screw-on and snap-on cappings or extruded aluminium screw-on wings. A glazing system combined with economy and a proven track record. 30,000m² of this glazing system has been installed by us on many major railway stations throughout the UK in recent times.

Heritage Patent Glazing Brochure

Standard Patent Glazing Company Ltd

The Heritage Lead Covered Steel Patent Glazing bar encapsulates the very essence of the Patent Glazing tradition. The glazing bar design originates from Victorian enterprise and ingenuity. The glazing bar consists of a galvanised rolled mild steel core which is inserted into a seamless lead extrusion covering that incorporates a twin wing weathering system and glass seatings. The ends of the lead covers are then soldered to give a hermetic seal. Cast brass fixing plates and glass stop are screwed on to produce the finished glazing bar. This system is offered today for the replacement, refurbishment and upgrading of grade 1 & 2 listed buildings, buildings of historic value or other prestigious projects.

Skyline Box Patent Glazing Brochure

Standard Patent Glazing Company Ltd

The company's Skyline Box range of extruded aluminium glazing bars offer an economical roof glazing solution when compared with curtain walling roofing systems whilst maintaining a very similar appearance. The glazing bar's strength is provided by an internal box section. This system is able to accommodate double and triple glazed applications where compliance with Building Regulations Document L are a requirement but is also popular for single glazed applications such as feature canopies and unheated spaces. Available in four sizes depending on the design span with box section depths of 50mm, 75mm, 100mm and 150mm. This glazing system is capable of spanning up to 7 metres unsupported with double glazed infills weighing 30kg/m².

Inspirational Design Ideas for your Kitchen Renovation

Glazing Vision Ltd

Kitchen design is constantly changing and evolving in order to bring originality and style into the heart of the home. However there should always be a careful balance between style and functionality to deliver an impressive but practical living space for the entire family. In this updated 2018 feature, we look into the many different aspects of achieving a great design and help you spot some of the current trends that interior designers and architects are following, in order to get the most out of your kitchen space.

Approved Document Q & Rooflights Whitepaper

Glazing Vision Ltd

Security isnt something you leave to chance; when specifying windows, doors and rooflights you need to be sure that youre choosing the best product for the job. Glazing Visions guide is designed to clarify everything you need to know about rooflight security under Approved Document Q, including how the specification of Secured by Design products can provide peace of mind by designing out crime. The guide will cover the following: What is the new Approved Document Q? What are the test standards for secure windows? What is Secured by Design? Security of glass in rooflights

Specification Considerations for Roof Terraces Guide

Glazing Vision Ltd

In recent years, there has been an emerging trend of blending the lines between indoors and outdoors. Rooflights, bi-folding doors and natural materials have all helped to bring the outdoors in and now designers and homeowners are beginning to turn outdoor areas into luxurious and functional living spaces. Supported by a panel of experts, this ebook provides a comprehensive guide to designing roof terraces that not only affords plenty of outdoor space but which also adds value to modern living.

Guide to Specifying Glass in Rooflights

Glazing Vision Ltd

Glass remains the solution of choice in the majority of applications. For it to meet all the functional requirements expected of it, however, necessitates an awful lot of options to create the right blend of characteristics for any individual project. This comprehensive guide explains those choices, guiding you through the design, specification and construction process to show how to get the best results.

Thermal Performance of Glass Rooflights Whitepaper

Glazing Vision Ltd

When thinking about the energy efficiency of buildings, its easy to focus on heat loss through individual elements and forget the wider picture. Its true that U-values often become the headline figures in a specification, but they are not the sole barometer of performance. This ebook provides a comprehensive guide to the thermal performance of glass rooflights.

Frameless Fixed Glazing

Safetell Ltd

Frameless Fixed Glazing is a secure area glazing system designed to protect staff and counter areas against lower level physical attack and vaulting of the counterwork in operations that require the transactions of goods past the glazing line.

Security Glazed Partitioning

Safetell Ltd

Can be used for internal and external purposes to create secure areas. The partitioning is modular walling that can be used to create air locks and secure rooms. Typical applications include offices and commercial buildings

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