Element (unitized) facade

Element (unitized) facade enables unitised facades to be completely pre-assembled in the workshop. An Element facade creates large advantages in the construction of high rise buildings. Not only can elements be completely built in the workshop, including gaskets, glass panes, and some anchoring components. On site the assembly of the total facade is limited to mounting the completed elements in place using the pre placed anchors. Such a technique will significantly decrease the installation time of the facade.
Reynaers CW 65 systems enables to achieve this results in a high execution speed on the site. Productivity here however embraces architectural aesthetic requirements as the CW 65-EF works with slender profiles of only 65 mm. The slender profile is very strong and can be used for maximum widths of 1600 mm and heights up to 3700 mm. The facade system is thus very well suited for high-rise constructions. CW 65-EF provides increased insulation with an Uf-value of down to 2.6 W/m2K.
CW 86 enables cassette façades to be built using a traditional stick structure (CW 86). It also enables
unitised façades (CW 86-EF) to be completely pre-assembled in the workshop that results in a high
execution speed on the building site.
CW 86 is available in Structural Glazing (SG) and Cassette Glazing (CG). The system enables the
motorisation of opening elements such as top hung or parallel opening windows. Different types of
windows, doors, sliding systems and brise soleil can be integrated.