The KLW aluminium curtain wall system is high performing and attractive. Its slim profile sections maximise the glazed areas to create a visually impressive building façade. 28mm double glazing is used as standard to optimise thermal performance and the system is fully compatible with all exlabesa window and door systems.

Versatility is at the heart of the KLW curtain wall system’s design. All mullion and transom sections are completely interchangeable to reduce wastage and maximise design flexibility. It can accommodate facets of between 30 and 60 degrees because of its adjustable split mullion profiles and for a quick and hassle-free installation, the system can be manufactured in ‘ladder’ form for on-site clip-on installation. With square cut and screw ported 50mm face sections, fabrication is simplified to allow for an extensive range of building designs to be used.

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  • Features

    • Slimline aluminium profiles
    • Innovative thermal breaks
    • Flush internal finish
    • A selection of external end caps
    • Internal reinforcing bars for larger projects
    • Available with faceted sections for angled screen installations
    • Interchangeable transom and mullion sections
    • Available with full suite of window and door inserts

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    Technical information

    • 50mm channel and plate system
    • 28mm double glazing as standard
    • Transom and mullion sizes between 50mm and 125mm
    • Maximum glazing width: 34mm

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    FAQ

    What is the purpose of a curtain wall?

    Curtain walls are used to protect the exterior of a building from the elements. They are used in the interior of a building as an aesthetic tool, to zone internal areas or protect people and equipment . Curtian walls can be used for structural safety or interior environment control.

    What is an aluminium curtain wall?

    An aluminium curtain wall uses aluminium as thin frames to hold glass. This is put together to create a wall that can be used to protect or aesthetically enhance a building. The curtain wall will not be load bearing.

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