Triplan has a wide and exciting range of glass walls.
We divide our glass walls into different categories so it is easier for you to find the wall type that is just right.
This includes glass walls that are well-suited for, for example, sound-rated and classified fire-rated glass walls.
Glass walls without joints. The glass fields have sealed or taped joints and are fastened at the top and the bottom by a simple runner system.
Glass walls with joints:
The same principle as the full glass wall; here the jointing is with narrow vertical joints.
Module-constructed wall systems with joints and with glass or solid panels.
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What kind of glass should you choose?
A glass wall may consist of, for example, a single layer of tempered float glass. The sound-rate and the glass size will determine the thickness of the glass. The glass is tempered in a process, where it will be baked at large temperatures og afterwards is cooled down with air under pressure. This leads to a glass 7 times as strong as before the tempering. The glass can be jointed vertically with dry silicone tape, a wet sealed joint or a metal joint.
Remember to use the right type of safety glass and that safety glass must be marked to minimise the possibility that inattentive people bump into the glass.
Triplan glass walls
- Triplan has a wide range of glass walls.
- Full glass walls
(sealed without metal joints):
TP Lite Twin
TP Fire Lite
- Glass walls with joints
TP Fire S
TP Fire A
- System walls in glass
(wall systems with joints)
- This includes walls that are well-suited for, for example, sound reduction and classified fire-rated glass walls