MC-Wall curtain wall consists of vertical mullions and horizontal transoms connected with each other by means of bolts made of steel.
The possible filler thicknesses range from 24 to 31 mm in the case of bolts with a folded thermal break, and up to 42 mm in bolts with a separate thermal break. At the wall installation site, a plastic insulating profile is shot into the posts. The construction of the pole is always traditional: that is, the thermal break, terminal strip and masking strip are separate elements.
Coating according to the RAL palette (Qualicoat 1518), in the wood structure of Aliplast Wood Color Effect (Qualideco PL-0001), anodized finish (Qualanod 1808), also bicolor
|System||Material||The depth mullion||The depth transom||Glazing thickness||Mullions rigidyty||Transom rigidyty|
|MC WALL||aluminium||10-326 mm||10-294 mm||4-59 mm||from 2,5-4092 cm4*||from 0,9 to 1831,1*|
|System||Thermal insulation UF *||Air permeability||Windload resistence||Watertightness|
|MC WALL||Uf from 0,84 W/m2K||Class AE1500; EN 12152||2600Pa – 3900Pa; EN 13116||Class RE1950; EN 12154|
*there is a possibility to use additional reinforcements
**thermal insulation is dependent on a combination of profiles and thickness of the filling
Panel walls, also known as facade walls, are a modern, commonly used solution in contemporary architecture. They can be adapted to virtually any project, as aluminum facade systems enable the creation of technically advanced structures of various shapes. Curtain walls are nothing more than an impressive building facade, which is a combination of aluminum and glass. By using an aluminum facade, the newly created building will certainly stand out from the other facades, delighting with its innovative structure. In addition, panel walls provide the rooms with the maximum amount of daylight, excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, which is undoubtedly an advantage of these systems.
The facade system, i.e. a wall made of aluminum profiles, enables the creation of both simple and complex shapes. There are several types of facade profiles available on the market. The most popular aluminum facade consists of vertical mullions and horizontal transoms connected to each other by profiles. The structure can be finished from the outside with decorative strips with rounded or rectangular edges. In turn, MC-glass curtain walls have no visible external aluminum elements. From the outside, you can see the only glass fillings separated by construction silicone. Installation of this type of facade system is possible thanks to specially profiled pockets and gutters with which the fillings are attached to the frame of the curtain wall. Pro-fil curtain walls are used both as an element of vertical and non-vertical facades at any angle. Each wall of aluminum profiles is created based on the individual needs and requirements of our clients.
The aluminum facade is an extremely durable structure, the stability and safety of which is achieved through the use of internally reinforced aluminum profiles. The façade of the building made of aluminum panels and glass is distinguished by a high coefficient of thermal insulation, which effectively protects against cold or wind. The aluminum facade is mainly used in the construction of modern, glazed commercial buildings and everyday use buildings, such as office buildings, hotels, banks, offices and car showrooms. It works perfectly in the city center, providing excellent acoustic insulation, even in heavy traffic. Increasingly, aluminum facade systems are also used in the construction of private houses. Aluminum facades available in our offer meet the requirements of energy-saving and passive construction, and also fit into the aesthetics of modern architecture. A wide range of facade profiles is a response to the constantly growing interest and demand of the construction market. And the extensive application possibilities allow to meet even the most technically advanced expectations of architects and investors.
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