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ALUMINIUM AND GLASS LATTICE: double skin for curtain-wall-type facades.


The aluminium and glass lattice is designed to combine with curtain-wall-type facades. It offers an enormous amount of thechnical and aesthetic posibilities to improve the afore mentioned facade system performance. The main profiles are made of 6063 T5 aluminium and the connections, of stainless steel.


The double-skin plays an important part in the control of the building ventilation and helps to optimize the daylight illumination. Between the inner (curtain-wall-facade) and outer skin (aluminium and glass lattice) remains a thermal buffer zone wich, depending on the time of the year, opening or closing the inner or outer skin, will colaborate to cool down or to warm up the rooms behind the facade. All this has a direct and positive effect on the energy consumption, reducing the power required to climatize the building. 


The aluminium and glass lattice can be adapted to the project's requirements. From the profile measures, modulation of the system, to the groups of mobile louvres. 

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The system consists of an aluminium substructure, attached to the building's main structure, wich supports the louvres. This louvres are made of heat-soaked single pane safety glass up to 16 mm thick. However, the glass can be combined with other materials such as wood louvres, plastic or sheet metal. Furthermore the glass louvres can be decorated with colours, patterns or filtres to control the daylight. There are endless aesthetic possibilities.


The louvres can be installed fixed or mobile. In case of being mobile, they turn from 0º to 100º to the horizontal, thanks to an engine and a drive shaft. The piece of lattice embraced between two slabs makes up a single group of louvres wich move synchronously. The lenght of each mobile group depends on the weight of the louvres. In front of each slab, a fixed louvre hides the engine and the drive shaft. It also balances out the mismatch of the modulation, in case there was any.

A_Aluminium upright attached to the main structure.

B_Stainless steel bolt.

C_Security ring to fix the bolt.

D_Stainless steel tensor.

E_Aluminium louvre-bearing profile attached to the tensor and to the upright through bolts.

F_Lower plastic part to separate glass from aluminium.

G_Upper plastic part to separate glass from aluminium.

H_Glass louvre. Maximum thickness up to 16 mm.

Opening types


Depending on the position of the sun, the louvres turn searching for the maximum shade, from 0º to 100º to the horizontal.


Depending on the position of the sun, the louvres turn searching for the maximum lighting, from 0º to 100º to the horizontal.


Maximum opening of the louvres to reflect the ambient light and get it into the building.



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