Building glass facade

Glass facade

It is defined as system for exterior facade coverage separating building’s interior space from the exterior using coverage of invisible glasses. In the second half of 20th century, technology has been accelerated to fulfill this need. The initial idea came up in the London exposition of 1851 in the famous building of Crystal Palace thanks to industrial revolution reforms. However, after a while it went through a gradual progress from glass facades using Lamel vertical baffles and creating framings, semi-framing, frameless to spider Cripe leading to more transparency of glass facades. By emergence of the reflex glass, they are commonly used in high buildings and towers facades. In addition to beauty, using glass facades makes it possible to get the most out of daylight. Moreover, using two-three layered glass creates a thermal-acoustic insulator.
Using these modern facades leads to design different installation details including frameless glass and lamel facades (Face Cap).

Glass facade

Beautiful and static design of glass façade along with using screws and rivets in assemblage lead to increase the resistance coefficient and sealing of the system as well as a appealing appearance.
While designing the profile of this system, the issues related to wind, earthquake and static calculations are respected. In order to increase the quality of the product, clip fittings are used instead of screws and rivets.

Frame Less system advantages

Frameless and semi frameless glass are placed on a framework attached to the building’s exterior facade. The characteristics of this framework (in addition to proper airtight and light-weight) enable the full disappearance of frame from exterior facade. However, the fittings to framework remain constant.

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    Delicacy the view of protective frame from exterior

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    Possibility of using a hidden door opener in facade

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    Prevention from transferring the main construction tension to the glass

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    Independent performance of each frame against earthquake
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    Possibility of using different colors on facade
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    Limitless frame color
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    Possibility of creating acoustic-thermal insulated surfaces using Thermal profiles
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    Taking advantage of hidden gaskets for the purpose of sealing
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    Creating separation border of facade construction from the main construct

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