IQ Radiant Glass - Jansen Steel Windows -VISS Basic Roof Glazing

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The VISS Basic design offers additional system solutions for support-free roof constructions and can support large span roof-lights VISS Basic TV/Viss Ixtra TV facade

Contacting us early in the design stage is highly recommend so that our expertise becomes your expertise.


Category: glazed structures | rooflights | skylight structures...

MasterFormat: Sloped Glazing Assemblies | Roof Windowsand Skylights | Fabricated Engineered Structures...



IQ Radiant Glass - Jansen Steel Windows
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VISS Basic Roof Glazing

The VISS Basic design offers additional system solutions for support-free roof constructions and can support large span roof-lights VISS Basic TV/Viss Ixtra TV facade

Contacting us early in the design stage is highly recommend so that our expertise becomes your expertise.

Welded steel constructions come into their own in roof glazing. With VISS Basic, Jansen offers cost-effective and aesthetically outstanding system solutions for support-free roof constructions. The free choice of supporting profiles allows the design of large span rooflights.

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Materials/surface finishes

  • Uncoated steel, suitable for hot-dip galvanising, powder-coating or stove-enamelling
  • Stainless steel in combination with VISS Basic and VISS Ixtra

Support structures

  • VISS Basic: commonly available hollow profiles, IPE sections etc.
  • VISS Ixtra: tailor-made, laser-welded, sharp-edged profiles

Construction types

  • Post-post-bar-fitting
  • Welding and/or plug design
  • Pyramids, couples, gable glazing, polygon glazing
  • Pent roof glazing

Special technical features

  • Face width 50 and 60 mm
  • Installation depth to meet structural engineering requirements
  • Thickness of infill elements, 16 - 70 mm
  • Uf values up to 0.64 W/m2K
  • Sloping glazing with inclination angle from 10° to 80° (indoor area from 0° to 75°)


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