REMOVEABLE SKIN TECHNOLOGY – THE POWER OF TWO INDEPENDENT GLAZING PANELS IN ONE UNITIZED HIGH PERFORMING ASSEMBLY
Standard – clear matte, white matte, ice white matte, blue matte, green matte
Consult for other color options, including bronze matte, gray matte, white pearl low-e and other exotic colors.
NOTE: all colors available with non-matte finish upon request
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TODAY’S MOST VERSATILE, HIGH PERFORMANCE, COST EFFECTIVE INSULATED TRANSLUCENT UNITIZED DAYLIGHTING SYSTEM!
The extreme versatility and unitized assembly of the UniQuad® system makes it the perfect system for walls and building facades. This system is also effective for clerestories and smaller scale punched openings.
UniQuad’s sleek, linear aesthetic and modular construction enable the system to be easily integrated with other building envelope components.
With a wide range of colors, and the potential for incorporating graphics and lighting, UniQuad offers designers the opportunity to rethink daylighting in a creative and inspiring way.
Unitized Insulated Translucent Building Envelope Solutions
The hallmark of the UniQuad® system is the innovative two piece panel connection, which enables the system to be unitized. The panels themselves are factory glazed and assembled for superior quality control.
The unitized construction of the system results in quick, cost-effective installation.
The two piece frame system consists of a sill and sub-sill. It is designed so that the necessary fasteners don’t penetrate the sill frame. A thermally broken frame is also available.
The concealed UniClip™ is designed as a structural clip, capable of withstanding heavy loads. The specialized design enables the panels to be installed quickly and remain in place without needing frame caps.
The panel clip fastens directly to the internal UniQuad® structure, which prevents the glazing from breaking under extreme clip loads, as is common with other systems. The metal-to-metal connection enables the glazing to freely expand and contract. It also increases the system’s ability to withstand high loads and span floor-to-slab.