Silicone Glass Facades
One of the glass claddings that offer options according to the architectural structure is silicone facades. It consists of vertical elements fixed to the reinforced concrete floor with anchors made of galvanized steel and horizontal records connected to them. Aluminum profiles are used to ensure the sealing between the wicks that cut the EPDM glass contact and aluminum profiles. Glasses are made of aluminum cassettes with structural material in accordance with ISO 8339 standards. After the safe curing time (minimum 4 days), it is shipped to the construction site and mounted on the aluminum facade frame with the help of scaffolding. In the structural silicone glass facades, inox scissors, hidden wing arm and counterpart can be assembled and Italian opening hidden wings can be applied.
Covered and Half Covered Glass Facades
In glass facades with doors that progress and complete like silicon glass facades, the first and last stages are placed on the aluminum façade frame using glass wedges. Bottom and top cover profile assembly is made from glass joints. Bottom and top cover profiles are applied only in vertical and horizontal joints. Ultraviolet-resistant silicones are used to seal the glass-to-glass joints on semi-lidded facades. Italian pop-up hidden wings can be applied on classic glass facades with doors. In this application, Italian pop-up hidden wings are manufactured by assembling hidden wing and frame profile, inox truss, hidden wing arm and counterpart.
Single axis, double axis, transom sash can be applied on conventional glass facades with doors, which are manufactured from heat insulated aluminum.
Transparent Glass Facades
With the help of special stainless steel holders, laminated single glass and insulating glass are mechanically connected on specially designed steel, steel tensioned, glass column and beam systems. For the sealing of glass joints, silicones resistant to ultraviolet light are used as in other types. Carrier elements can be made in these systems in line with architectural demands.