The latest product developed by Vitrocsa. Sliding glass panels designed to slide around corners and developed to optimise space by completely removing panels from view. Panels can freely slide independently of one another and around any number of corners allowing architects to design a massive opening with maximum views.
Tracks & Frames
- Recessed and concealed within the floor, wall and ceiling
- Flooring material may be integrated with the tracks
- Tracks are enclosed using our Invisible System
- Slimmest 20mm frame
- Single, Double, Triple
- Up to 3m wide
- Aluminium anodised 25 micron natural
- Powder coating in RAL colours
- Anodising in bespoke colours
- Suitable for diverse environments with 10 year warranty
- Drainage options available
- Drain system built into the tracks
- Stainless steel roller bearings fitted within the tracks
- Smooth, easy operation
- Locks - Various options available for locking mechanisms including electric locking
- Trickle Air Vent - Allows for a continuous flow of fresh air without a security risk
- Flyscreens - Our profiles can be fit with flyscreens so they will work the same as glass sliding panels.
- Screens - Any material can be fit to our profiles including timber, stone and steel panels
- Partitions - A simplified sliding system is available for internal use
- Parts are removable to allow for clearing of debris
- Aluminium and stainless steel parts require minimal maintenance and can be done with ease with our removable tracks.
- Extreme reliability and durability keeps maintenance to a minimum.
- Swiss compliance with wind loads up to 366kms.
- Thermally broken tracks and frames ensure highest performance ratings.
- Extremely high thermal insulation in profiles and in frames to maximise energy and cost efficiency.
- Withstands cyclonic wind loads, exceeding standard testing up to 360km per hour winds.
- Extreme air and water resistance ideal for ocean fronts.
- Well suited for harsh environments and extreme weather conditions.
- Options for energy or cost efficiency, and meeting BASIX requirements are achieved using single, double and triple glazing.