Invisible Frame Aluminum Glass Wall 120 Type Glass Curtain Wall
|Place of Origin:
|EN 1090-2-2018; ISO3834
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|Seaworthy packing in container or bulk vessel
|Based on client's needs like one month
|L/C,T/T, D/A, D/P, Western Union
|600,000 sqm per Year
|Customized Exterior Wall
|Aluminum +Toughened Glass
|Customized As Order
|According To Client's Need
Invisible Frame Aluminum Glass Wall,
Aluminum Framed Glass Curtain Wall,
120 Type Glass Curtain Wall
Construction Easy Install 120 Type Aluminum Invisible Frame Supports Glass Curtain Wall
A curtain wall is defined as thin, usually aluminum-framed wall, containing in-fills of glass, metal panels, or thin stone.
The framing is attached to the building structure and does not carry the floor or roof loads of the building.
The wind and gravity loads of the curtain wall are transferred to the building structure, typically at the floor line.
Curtain walls can be classified by their method of fabrication and installation into the following general categories: stick systems and unitized (also known as modular) systems. In the stick system, the curtain wall frame (mullions) and glass or opaque panels are installed and connected together piece by piece. In the unitized system, the curtain wall is composed of large units that are assembled and glazed in the factory, shipped to the site and erected on the building. Vertical and horizontal mullions of the modules mate together with the adjoining modules. Modules are generally constructed one story tall and one module wide but may incorporate multiple modules.
Vision glass is predominantly insulating glass and may have one or both lites laminated (see Glazing), usually fixed but sometimes glazed into operable window frames that are incorporated into the curtain wall framing.