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Kross Glaze 2019-04-12T11:43:55+00:00

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Kross Glaze

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Kross Glaze provides a design response to the recent trend of industrial style glazing within residential and commercial interiors. There are two distinctive styles that can be achieved using the Kross Glaze system. An applied aluminium trim provides a minimal distinct appearance, or the alternative being a more solid style with vertical and horizontal transoms. Both styles give different design options to meet your project vision or requirement.

The Kross Glaze system is available in frameless single and double glazed and framed double glazed.

Frameless:
The banded glazing is achieved by using a flat aluminium trim which is face applied to the glass using a clear double sided tape.

Framed:
The transoms and mullions are constructed using a range of posts which will vary in dimension depending on the desired system appearance or structural height. Once the main framework is installed various glazing profiles will be used to accommodate either single glazed or double glazed.

Glass type options

Frameless:
Toughened – 10mm, 12mm
Acoustic – 10.8mm, 12.8mm

Framed:
Toughened – 6mm, 10mm, 12mm
Laminated – 6.4mm
Acoustic – 6.8mm

Kross Glaze Partitioning at a Glance

Dimensions:
Height – up to 3300mm

Fire ratings:
N/A

Acoustics:
Up to 49dB (Rw)

Structure:
Up to severe duty

Deflection head:
+/-15mm, +/-25mm

Door options:
Timber doors
Sonik glazed doors
Single glazed doors

Doorframe options:
Aluminium doorframe

Weight
(inc. nominal head & base)*:

Frameless Single Glazed
Toughened glass:
10mm = 27 kg/m2
12mm = 32 kg/m2

Acoustic glass:
10.8mm = 28 kg/m2
12.8mm = 33 kg/m2

Frameless Double Glazed
Toughened glass:
10mm = 54 kg/m2
12mm = 64 kg/m2

Framed
Glazed – Up to 35kg/m2

Compatible with:

  • Blinds

  • Manifestations

  • Graphics

  • SwitchGlass

Paint / finishes:

  • Polyester powder coat

  • Satin anodised aluminium

  • Special anodised finish

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Case Studies Using Kross Glaze Partitioning

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