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The rafter/glazing bar connection enables controlled, cascade-like drainage thanks to the height offset between the rafters and the glazing bar.
Elegant aluminium cast mould for wall junction with rafters and eaves – without visible screws.
Support length can be cut to size on site, optionally available with height adjustment.
Harmonious gutter design. Increased support due to internal steel reinforcement. Drainage via spouts or downpipes with cladding (optional).
Controlled drainage in glass panel joint thanks to 11mm height offset between the rafter and glazing bar. No penetration of drainage layers thanks to glazing bar connections in the rafters.
Uninsulated roofing system with a roof inclination of 5° to 45°. Adaptation to roof pitch via positioning of the joint section in the joint.
Adjustable base console for tolerances of 60-170mm.
Filigree wall junction due to low junction height.
The distance between posts and the size of the overhang is variable, filigree look thanks to small gutter channel, rafters and supports.
The uninsulated wood/aluminium roofing system enables a roof inclination of 5-25°. It is available in SVL Oregon Pine and spruce.
Structural T-joints at the wall junction enable simple assembly and ensure maximum stability.
Controlled, cascade-like drainage thanks to the height offset between the rafters and the glazing bar.