Curtain walling

SPINAL MY 62

Visible Grid

Large Glass Spans with Minimal Interuptions

Characteristics

Based on the 62mm module and with a patented assembly system, SPINAL MY combines pleasing aesthetics, large sizes and interior comfort. The double skin creates a space between the façade and exterior wall enabling bioclimatic buildings to be created. This product is a true link combining technical and design expertise. All visual aspects can be created with easy integration. 

For more information, see our brochure under the Documentation tab, or contact us.

Documentation
Technal Spinal Brochure 2020 (pdf)

Product benefits

LARGE SIZES

  • Glass volume up to 12 m² (half-perimeter up to 7m)
  • Max weight up to 680kg per glass volume
  • Glass infill up to 61 mm

DIVERSITY OF APPLICATIONS

  • Visual Consistency between the mullions and transoms creating a continuous line
  • Continuous or asymmetric grid available
  • Fixing bracket allows envelope cladding

DIVERSITY OF FORMS

  • The facade can be inclined + or - 10­°
  • Angles of 112°, 135° and 157° with pressure plates and beaded glazing to create curved facades
  • Structure is suitable for wood or steel frames for elegant and minimalist architecture

HIGH PERFORMANCE

  • Air Permeability - AE 1500Pa
  • Water Tightness - RE 1200Pa
  • Wind Resistance - 2400Pa
  • Impact Safety - I5 / E5
  • Burglar Resistance - RC2 and RC3 (EN 1627-30)

More information

Technical manual

Technical Manual Access

Our technical manuals are available for our customers to view after download. 

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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.