Naturalight’s Solaglaze range is available in UPVC and aluminium and is designed to be aesthetically pleasing whilst offering an effective way of letting in natural light.
Our aluminium Solaglaze is powder coated to the customer’s desired colour from a standard range and the UPVC Solaglaze is available in a self-finish of either white or Anthracite grey.
This system is generally installed to a builder’s upstand and once in place, it’s easily installed using the supplied colour co-ordinated angle brackets, which can be hidden behind the plasterboard. On larger bespoke size’s Naturalight offer an installation service, in this instance the framework is fixed directly to the upstand.
The Solaglaze system can be combined with a UPVC or aluminium kerb to incorporate the following options: Hit and miss ventilation, Rotary vent, Pole operated wormgear, Access Hatch, Chain motor
Double glazed unit – 1.4 wm2k
Triple glazed unit – 1.2 wm2k
– Outer pane: 4mm,6mm, 8mm toughened clear glass with Optional sand blasted or Black border
– Cavity: 16mm argon filled, silicone bonded + warm edge spacer
– Inner pane: 6.4mm, 8.8mm,9.5mm laminated clear glass
– Soft coat low E coating: Required
A self-supported rooflight for applications in commercial and residential buildings.
• Building Regulations (E&W) Approved Document L compliant design to achieve low U-value targets.
• Silicone jointed glazing for a flush outer surface.
• Ventilation option for natural ventilation in accordance with Building Reg’s (E&W) Approved Document F available.
• Automatic Opening Vents (AOV) for natural ventilation can also be accommodated.
• Designed to be installed to a weathered builder’s kerb or fabricated kerb construction, minimum 5° pitch.
• Non-fragile to ACR[M]:001 Class B and with laminated glass CWCT TN67 class 2 options available.
• Double or triple glazed units can be contained within a single frame to cater for a wide range of sizes.
• Elliptical and irregular-shaped rooflights are also available.
• Designed to standard loadings of 640 N/m² (wind) and 750 N/m² (snow) and in accordance with the following British Standards:
BS 6375-1: Weather tightness.
BS EN 1026: Air permeability.
BS EN 1027: Water tightness test.
BS EN 12211: Wind resistance test.