Aluminum skylight PR60 PASSIVHAUS
fixedfire-rated

aluminum skylight
aluminum skylight
aluminum skylight
aluminum skylight
aluminum skylight
aluminum skylight
aluminum skylight
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Characteristics

Material
aluminum
Other characteristics
fixed, fire-rated

Description

LAMILUX GLASS ROOF PR60 PASSIVHAUS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES BENEFITS AT A GLANCE GLASS ROOF PR60 PASSIVHAUS ENERGY EFFICIENCY First sloped glazing certified to Passivhaus standard Highest Passivhaus efficiency class – phA advanced component Heat transmission coefficient (UCWi) is 0.81 W/(m²K) Optimum solar gains Thermal performance values calculated based on DIN EN ISO 10077-1 and 10077-2 Life cycle assessment made easy: There is a comprehensive Environmental Product Declaration for the Glass Roof PR60 Passivhaus in accordance with ISO 14025 and EN 15804 (EPD – modules A1 - D) MADE-TO-ORDER Custom-made mullion-and-transom building systems in real glass for creative roof architecture in all sizes and shapes (any inclination angle infinitely variable) RAL colour of your choice (optional) STABILITY AND SAFETY General Building Approval for the system The system bears the DVS quality seal and is certified according to DIN EN 1090-3 Optimum stability for architectural design freedom Watertightness, air permeability and resistance tested to DIN EN standards Torsion-resistant supporting structure made of premium quality aluminium with integrated screw channel Secondary water drainage in the inner sealing level – interior aluminium construction does not get in contact with water Resistance to external fire exposure from flying sparks and radiant heat with classification B,roof(t1) according to DIN EN 13501-5 Optional use of a laser grid as fall-through protection when the NSHEV is open
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