Glass volume up to 6 m² (half-perimeter up to 5 m)
Max weight up to 400 kg by glass volume
Glass infill up to 42 mm
DIVERSITY OF APPLICATIONS
Horizontal trame aspect
Vertical trame aspect
SSG aspect (Structural Sealant Glazing)
DIVERSITY OF FORMS
A wide range of external caps for greater aesthetic choice
Facetted façade +/-10°
Ucw = 1.4 W/m²K. with Ug = 1.1 W/m²K. (Grid aspect)
Air permeability (Class A4)R7 / PASS under pressure and depression 1600 Pa and 2400 Pa (sudden pressure)
Ucw = 1.5W/m²K with Ug = 1.1W/m²K (Beaded glazing)
Projects using curtain walling GEODE MX 52
Sustainable construction is at the core of the first Enterprise Zone office development at LUSEP and utilises TECHNAL UK products extruded with the Hydro CIRCAL 75R alloy - the prime quality aluminium that uses at least 75% post-consumer scrap
Paradise Street, Coventry
TECHNAL has adapted its FY65 aluminium window specification to meet the narrower than normal opening vent dimensions at a best-in-class £52 million student village in Coventry, balancing the requirements for daylighting, ventilation, student safety and aesthetics
Dock Office, Salford
The residential Refurbishment of the Iconic 1920's Dock Office in Salford Quays has included a stunning two-storey steel-framed structure at the roof level, incorporating Technal MX Toggle Curtain Walling to all sides achieving panoramic views across the city.
Lawson Quay, Lancaster
Caton Court, part of the wider Lawson’s Quay site, is currently being built by Eric Wright Construction for the developer Hines UK, while Preston based LDG Contracts is the specialist fabricator which chose to utilise the Technal MX curtain wall and FY65 window systems for the first phase of the project.
National breeding Centre
A state-of-the-art National Breeding Centre for Guide Dogs, which features extensive use of Technal’s aluminium window, door and curtain walling systems, has won its first award.
CANADA WATER LIBRARY, LONDON
Spearheading an ambitious programme of regeneration, Canada Water Library resembles an inverted ‘ziggurat’ – a terraced pyramid of successively receding storeys – that partly overhangs the Canada Water basin.