Era Special

Oxidal brand has always been a guarantee of designing and manufacturing expertise.

ERA SPECIAL is the result of painstaking research for the best possible solution to customer's requirements.

The product was designed specifically on the basis of a customer's request: a glass sail, with panes set in a slate pattern. In order to make it possible, Oxidal staff has designed the ERA SPECIAL joints. The double fastening of screws allows for the coupling of upper and lower panes; each pane is bolted independently, allowing for easy replacement whenever necessary. The double joint absorbs and diffuses external pressures on both the upper and the lower pane. Joints are in stainless steel 316 L, with a load bearing of 80 kg. The acid-etched finishing is the perfect aesthetic blend between refinement and exactitude.

Through technical know-how, effectiveness and a constant and productive collaboration with customers, Oxidal has become one of the most innovative Italian brands.

Technical data:

  • Articulated, double-jointed screw and independent pane bolting, external fixing.
  • Material: 316 L stainless steel
  • Bearing: 80 kg.
  • Acid-etched finishing

Nuova Oxidal S.r.l.

via Milano, 42/44

20011 Corbetta (MI)

tel. +39 0297273093 / 0297273280 

fax. +39 0297272719

600450 Era Special
Date: 23 July 2012

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