Panele szklane harmonijkowe F2

Salinox’s F2 is a very flexible and versatile system with a wide variety of applications. Its flexibility and versatility come from the unconstrained number of glass panels that can be used, as well as the fact that each one of them is handled and relocated individually, and parked to a remote area (which is essentially a storage space). It is ideal for large openings of any kind, from shop fronts to the perimetric enclosure of exposed and unsheltered constructions (i.e. pergolas), basically any large space that will on occasion need partitioning. Salinox F2 is equipped with aluminum profiles at the top and bottom of each of its panels, and each panel is secured using either safety locks or floor latches. They can also be customized according to the morphology of the floor and any other peculiarities of an installation. Moving the doors is easily done, as rollers move along a track rail placed on the ceiling. They can be parked in to an area we have already chosen, without using an additional floor rail. Each panel is autonomous, i.e. operated individually, which allows any panel to be taken out, turned around and parked in to the parking area. Also, any panel can be modified, turned into an opening door and operate as an entrance. A range of aluminum profile colours is available: natural anodized aluminum and inox immitation, as well as colouring with electrostatic paint, providing a range of colours and qualities. Sealing between doors is achieved with transparent polycarbonate or aluminum fitments, while sealing between the doors and the wall is achieved with vertical aluminum fitments bearing synthetic insulating brushes. Top and bottom aluminum profiles are equipped with 13mm insulating brush, in order to seal off minor gaps and maximize insulation and watertightness. Door sizes vary, ranging up to 120cm in width and 300cm in height. Every panel holds up to 10mm thick double laminate crystal glass (or 5+4mm tempered laminate glass) without holes or notches - a patented crystal support technique (patent No. 1004694).