Structural/Frameless Glazing

Large clear, flat expanses of glass can be achieved without the distraction of framing. With the addition of tinted glass the effect of structural glazing can be stunning

Frameless Glazing

as the name implies, refers to glass that is bonded together to form glass walls, roofs or windows. It can be single glaze for internal use or made into units for insulation for external use. The glass used depends on the application, the bigger the unit, the thicker the panes of glass. On very large expanses of glass or high wind loads, glass fins bonded to the units add lateral support.

SSG (structurally sealed glazing)

consists of frame to one side of the structure. The face side appears as flat glass with sealant between the glass units.