Wicona revolutionizes the all-glass curtain wall with WICTEC 50SG

Thursday, September 26, 2013

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Wicona revolutionizes the all-glass curtain wall with WICTEC 50SG.

This exclusive and patented smooth facade, equipped with the WICLINE 90SG joinery, has obtained the European Technical Approval.

Come and discover it at Batimat, stand Wicona Hall 6 - Stand G65-E60

Thermal performance, large dimensions, invisibility of structures, are integral elements of contemporary architecture.

With this "all-glass" façade, Wicona meets all of these new architectural requirements.

From a technical point of view, this curtain wall type VEC uses a hidden mechanism of the glass elements.

Thanks to the integration of a "U" profile in the glazing joint, double or triple, of structural type (SG Structural Glazing).

The "latch" type fasteners are integrally concealed and easily positioned in the upright / transom structure, locking the assembly by a single quarter turn.

The silicone cord allows a smooth finish of the facade and contributes to the rigidity of the curtain wall.

The implementation does not require the use of any specific tool and makes the "all glass" Wicona façade an economical solution.

Exceptional thermal and dimensional performance

This system, which gives access both to the triple-glazed facades and to the large volumes, makes it possible to meet the most demanding thermal projects.

Wicona proposes the integration of openings with projection towards the outside or to the Italian, leaf of type VEC, WICLINE 90SG. Of identical design, the chassis is totally integrated, hidden in the wall.

The leaf can be opened manually or motorized.

The wings are available in large dimensions (up to 1.5 mx 3 m and 200 kg for a leaf with parallel opening to the outside and up to 1.5 mx 2.5 m and 180 kg for a window to The Italian).

WICTEC 50SG and WICLINE 90SG make it possible to create extremely homogeneous large glass structures.

Remarkable architectural works can thus be erected.

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