IBT-Segerstrom Casting

Date: 13 December 2001
Source: WWglass
This unique stainless steel casting is designed with sliding arms to accommodate large racking displacement of the glass under severe seismic events.

This fitting allows for movement of up to 1" in two directions at each glass joint.

This casting was recently used at the IBT-Segerstrom Building in Costa Mesa, CA in a long span barrel-vaulted roof application, in a zone four seismic area.

600450 IBT-Segerstrom Casting glassonweb.com
Date: 13 December 2001
Source: WWglass

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