Curtain walling

SPINAL MY 62

Sloped Glazing

Characteristics

The SPINAL MY 62 sloped glazing option offers designers and fabricators the ability to create inclined roofs, atriums and pyramid structures. This has a visually coherent aesthetic and is completely compatible with the SPINAL MY 62 Curtain Wall system.

Documentation
SPINAL MY 62 Curtain Walling Brochure UK 09/2020 (pdf)

Product benefits

LARGE SIZES

  • Max weight per glass volume:
  • Wood or Steel Structure: 250 kg
  • Aluminium Structure: 580 kg
  • Glazing infill:
  • Wood or Steel Structure: 21 - 55mm
  • Aluminium Structure: 13 - 53mm

DIVERSITY OF APPLICATIONS

  • Grid aspect - up to 15°
  • Vertical Trame aspect - up to 5°
  • Possibility to add outward openings

DIVERSITY OF FORMS

  • Single Slope
  • Dual Slope - Lantern
  • Multi Slopes - Pyramid

HIGH PERFORMANCE

  • Effective drainage takes place at the end of the transoms via the rafters
  • Outer sealing is provided by a double lip gasket on the aluminium structure and butyl strip on a wood or steel structure

More information

Technical manual

Technical Manuals

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Projects using curtain walling SPINAL MY 62

BBC Leeds

United Kingdom
A new landmark, multi-purpose arts complex is set to become a flagship for Leeds’ growing cultural quarter. The award-winning scheme, which incorporates a dramatic three-storey curved atrium created from Technal’s Trame curtain walling, provides the new headquarters of BBC Yorkshire and a facility for Leeds College of Music.