Glass wall from feco.
A transparent spatial structure.
The use of glass walls conveys openness and transparency. Daylight and the connection to the outside and the surrounding landscape create a friendly atmosphere. The feco partition wall system offers a variety of solutions. The right choice will depend on noise and fire-protection requirements as well as design aspects.
Glass wall fecoplan.
The upright-less all-glass partition wall fecoplan offers maximum transparency. The joints of the all-glass partition wall system are sealed with transparent glass adhesive tapes with passivated front edges as dry bonding, ensuring a uniform joint quality. In this way, the all-glass construction too becomes a system partition wall solution that can be dismantled and reassembled.
Glass wall fecofix.
High sound insulation values can be achieved with the flush fecofix double glazing with all-round 20 mm slim frame profiles.
Glass wall fecostruct.
The frameless flush fecostruct structural glazing meets exclusive design requirements.
Glass wall fecopur.
The centreline fecopur insulating glazing, a post and beam construction, provides daylight in corridors as fire-protection skylight glazing in numerous school buildings.
Clean on arrival – factory cleaning of inner pane surfaces.
What is special about the double glazings is that the panes are produced as closed glass elements in clean manufacturing conditions, transported to the construction site and assembled, with no need to clean the spaces between the panes after delivery since the inner pane surfaces are already clean. However, fecofix and fecostruct monoblock glass elements can still be opened for inspection purposes without having to be removed thanks to the carefully thought-out detail design.
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