SFS Intec expands glazing potential with extended fixing range

Leading European hardware manufacturer SFS intec has expanded its range of fixing systems for glass to offer architects, interior designers and glazing specialists the scope to deliver even more ambitious glazed features in all types of newbuild and refurbishment projects.

Details of all SFS intec’s glass fixing systems are available in its comprehensive new writelink('Glass_Doc','60-page catalogue which can be obtained online','99FE99D12D3AF53CC12573CB004B1D0D');60-page catalogue which can be obtained by calling (+44) 0113 2085 500.New additions to the range - which are detailed in the new catalogue - include the new AF fixing system for double glazed units.This allows the creation of thermally superior glass facades with low U-values thanks to an innovative point fixing design that is available in a domed or countersunk head for a choice of aesthetic finish.

Another complementary solution joining the glass fixings range is the ALO partition walling system. This slimline aluminium profile based system offers the scope to create visually appealing glass partitions with ease, suitable for both full height doors and those with an overpanel.

SFS intec’s core product range includes a wide variety of precision engineered single point fixings and spiders which combine to offer enormous potential in architectural glazing. Typical applications include facades, entrance vestibules, balustrading and stairways plus numerous interior features.

The range also includes a glass canopy attachment system which comes in three standard sizes to help deliver structurally reliable canopies with ease.

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Date: 12 October 2009
Source: SFS intec Ltd

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