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An Element Fašade creates large advantages in the construction of high rise buildings. Not only elements can be completely built in the workshop, including gaskets, glass panes, and some anchoring components. On site the assembly of the total fašade 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 fašade.

The new CW 65-EF provides an excellent addition to the Reynaers Curtain Wall offer, next to the CW 86-EF; this is due to its slimmer design and reduced internal and external visible width. It is set to establish itself as a system within the unitised market. It comes in a slim, yet strong profile, allowing it to accommodate a larger element size of 3700 mm high and 1600 mm wide. Very interesting for Architects will be the slender design, both inside and outside, which is only 65 mm of the aluminium supporting structure, adding considerable value to its aesthetic appeal and applications.

The CW 65 is a thermally insulated fašade consisting of frames that are glazed on the outside with light glazing beads that accentuate the contour of the different volumes. The joint width of 9 mm between frames is achieved by recessed rubber gaskets. An additional insulation gasket between the glass panel and the insulation strip further contributes to its increased insulation capability with a Uf value of up to 2.6 W/m▓K.

The system allows for the integration of CW 50 opening elements with maximum dimensions of 2000 x 1600 mm (130 Kg) or 2500 x 1350 mm (180 Kg) for top hung windows and 2000 x 1500 mm (180 Kg) for parallel opening windows.

The new system offers fabricators the benefit of reduced fabrication time and substantially simpler production methods, whilst architects will benefit from its capacity to provide increased transparency and glass thickness, allowing considerable creative freedom with a large design and functionality selection. The CW 65-EF accepts glass from 4 mm to 36mm thicknesses.

The owner of the building gains not only the enhanced comfort provided by improved insulation, but also achieves improved safety features at a competitive price, accommodating larger building movements than previously achieved.