With our CI System Glass Architecture PR60 LAMILUX is the only daylight system manufacturer to provide an individually mullion and transom system that gives processors the option of meeting the strict energy requirements of the passive house classification.
With its outstanding insulation properties, this aesthetic glass roof design ensures a tight building shell to the highest degree. The narrow profile lines, which allow maximum daylight incidence, help to reduce usage of electricity for lighting and conserve energy. Buildings can be aerated and ventilated in an energy efficient way and effectively through integrated, intelligent automated lift systems.
The LAMILUX CI System Glass Architecture PR60 uses specially interlinked slot connectors to ensure excellent dimensional stability and strength in the joints. The structurally rigid profile sections allow for even the most complex profile joints.
The profile system at a glance:
- Extremely stable supporting structure made of torsion-free aluminium
- Virtually free-form design from 0 to 90°
- Efficient ventilation in the glass rebates
- Controlled water and condensate run-off thanks to overlapping EPDM secondary draining
- Pre-defined glazing clamping system based on insulating spacer webs
- Elastic bedding of glass pane
Safety on the roof due to CE- approved quality as per EN 13830 (also below inclination slope of 2°):
- Driven rain tightness (EN 12154/EN 12155/RE 1950)
- Air tightness (EN 12152/EN 12153/AE 1950 Pa)
- Resistance to wind load (EN 13116/EN 12179)
- 2000 Pa permissible load and 3000 Pa increased load)
Energy Efficiency Demonstrated:
- Heat-transmission coefficient in mullions and transoms (Um/t) 1.3 to 0.72 W/(m²K) (depending on the glazing thickness and optional insulating core)
- Surface temperature factor fRSi of 0.66 to 0.83 (depending on the glazing thickness and optional insulating core)
- Soundproofing demonstrated in system test in as-installed state as per EN 10140-2 up to 46 dB