45 Series – Thermally Improved Curtain Wall
Our 45 series 1 3/4″(45) wide thermally improved curtain wall framing system for sealed unit glazing. DESA Curtain Walls are manufactured with a variety of configurations for industrial, commercial and institutional use. Whatever the end use, we engineer our curtain walls for optimum performance, durability, functionality and required aesthetic value.
- Extrusions shall be 6063 T6 alloy and temper
- Fasteners shall be made corrosion-resistant
- Glazing gaskets shall be extruded black santoprene
- Insulated back pans in column or spandrel areas shall be galvanized steel of 20 gauge thickness (or as specified to suit application) and have sealed corners
- Offers vented horizontal mullion glazing pockets achieving full rain screen capabilities
- Connection between the back-up panels and framing shall be caulked with grade butyl sealant
- Framing system offers pressure equalized rain screen capabilities with the dry/dry glazing gasket method and vented horizontal mullion glazing pockets
- Framing system allows for exterior and interior colour combinations
- Accommodates for both sealed unit and spandrel glazing
- Compatible with all DESA entrance door packages
- Framing system to fully comply with CAN/CSA-A440
- Air infiltration shall meet the FIXED rating
- Water infiltration shall meet the required rating
- Intermediate mullions and horizontals shall be designed to withstand loading in accordance with the National Building Code of Canada and/or the Alberta Building Code
- 1 3/4″(45) wide thermally improved curtain wall framing system for sealed unit glazing
- Back pan Insulation shall be AF530 (48kg/m (3 lb.) density) fibreglass 51mm (2″) thick (or as specified to suit application)
- Range of mullion depths available: 1-15/16″(50), 2-15/16″(75), 3-15/16″(100) or 5-1/4″ (133) for optimum structural requirements combined with a 3/4″ (20) exterior snap cap to suit the required design parameters
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