The modular structural facade is a frame substructure made out of stainless steel with cartridges attached to it.
Own method of attaching cartridges allows to achieve increased speed of installation of the facade, as well as convenience in further operation and absolute maintainability.
The Five-S point fixing is a special type of fixation of a double-glazed cartridge to a supporting structure.
This can be implemented in two ways:
– on point mounts
– on the “spiders” of individual manufacture
The decision to apply one or the other option is made by the design engineer, depending on what kind of architectural task is necessary to achieve. One of the main point fixing features is the absence of horizontal frame elements of the substructure, due to which elegance and weightlessness of the facade or roof are achieved.
Stainless steel structures are the embodiment of quality and strength (as you know, steel is 3 times stronger than aluminum), delight and elegance, subtly emphasize the impeccability of each architectural project.
The use of a modular glazing method is especially effective in tall constructions but is also widely used in small architecture.
The above advantages also include the ability to integrate openable elements without compromising the appearance of structural glazing.