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Structural Glass Glazing

Designed with consideration for wind load and total load, structural glazing has added architectural beauty to the building. Structural Glazing provides excellent thermal insulation and sound reduction.
Structural Glazing systems are a brilliant, cost effective solution for contemporary glass design. Structural Glazing systems consist of a fully or partially framed internal finish, with the glass structurally glazed/adhered to the outside face. All to produce a complete flush silicone jointed external finish. Whilst the framed internal appearance is more traditional, structural glazing provides a high flexibility in regards to the sections utilised and framework finish.

From a weathering perspective, Structural Glazing systems are typically reliant on the application of sealant. Therefore once a Structural Glazing system has been installed and initially tested under severe weather conditions (assuming the seals not subsequently damaged/punctured), weather integrity should be maintained for at least 10 years from application (the warranty associated with this product).

As structural glazing systems do not rely on internal weep systems and subsequent drainage, they may be installed at as low as 3-5 degrees pitch (subject to application). In fact external walk on glass specifications are often installed as low as 1 degree pitch.

Our system comprises of structural glazing tapes, a polyurethane structural adhesive (air cured) and the internal face of the glass black primed locally over all supporting framework. The glass will be provided with a black spacer and silicone seal as standard, providing a complete black reflective appearance, which conceals the internal frame. Technically the glass does not need to be 4 edge supported (unless in conjunction with a walk-on glass design), making it feasible for many applications to contain unsupported glass to glass silicone joints.

It is important while installing structural glazing that the conditions and environment are correct for he product utilsed. Some adhesive methods involve UV light curing through the glass, which in turn may become less effective over spacer bar details. All vertical structural glazing at height should also be mechanically retained.

Most structural glazing structures will require perimeter interfacing framework which may be partially apparent around the structures external aesthetics. Predominantly however, structural glazing produces its own unique flush silicone jointed external finish.

You will find a general appraisal of structural glazing design, in addition to typical applications and considerations in the sections below. If you would like to consult one of our sales team regarding any aspect of architectural glazing design, please do not hesitate to contact us with your enquiry accordingly

Our Sequencing

  • Site Survey
  • Design Calculations & Shop drawings Submittals
  • Progressive grid marking on the completed structure
  • Fixing of Brackets to the Structure & Supply of Mtrls
  • Progressive frame work to the structure
  • Parallel processing of Glass for fixing
  • Glazing of Glass to the frame work
  • Installing the Glazed panels & ACP at site
  • Cleaning & Handing Over