Explained, Retractable sliding glass roof systems





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Published on Mar 2, 2019

I will in this video explain some of the features of these roof types.

All insulated sliding glass roofs are motorized.
They are driven by a tubular motor that is located either on the under side of the roof, or the top, depending on what direction you want the roof to open.
Each motor drives a belt, moving 2 bays of sliding glass panels each. In some cases, depending on roof pitch and glass panel size, one motor can drive up to 4 bays of sliding glass windows.

The beams and track profiles that are used, are made from an environmental friendly and reusable fiber glass composite material.
It has far greater insulation value then aluminium or steel, and is very light weight.
The beams can span up to 6.7 meters, with a bay width of 1500mm.
The composite beams are 215mm thick, and needs very low pitch to keep a water tight seal.
This system can go down to as low as 3 degrees! Perfect for maintaining a high roof level, even if your original building plans did not plan for a future glass roof.

For the purpose of your understanding, we have let the belt moving the sliding glass windows visible.
On a finnished roof there would be belt covers, blending in to the whole system, thus blocking access to the belt.

This sliding glass roof system is a Swedish engineered, pantented, developed, and produced product, that holds the absolute highest quality.

Post installment, the roof has very low maintainance requirements.
Please contact us for free guidance and quotation today!


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