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Construction of each whether the administrative, residential, commercial and entertainment building allows for installation of translucent structures, they include, facade design, windows, doors, roof glazing elements. Of particular interest is attracting exactly facade glazing, because the windows and doors are the standard solution, and apply the translucent roof structure is not always possible or necessary. The present-day building materials, aluminum is the basis of which make it possible to create almost all the architectural forms in filling gaps in the construction of the building. Construction is a complex aluminum products made by extrusion of the mass of aluminum in the profiled tube. Aluminum profile used for glazing consists of thermally insulated carrier with a different part of the bearing capacity of the fixing of glass, planks, and Decorative kapota.Osteklenie is external to the design, which is made of cladding profiles, thus avoiding problems with glazing in the areas of overlap. Works related to aluminum facades require concerted action from, the project architects, builders and capital structures, because each facade is a very complex technical and engineering solution. All designs, which will be installed on the building shall be calculated on the front of this resistance to wind and static loads, and prepared to dock with overlaps and further seal.

Glazing facades of buildings, windows, with aluminum are widely used in construction, is due to practicality and modern appearance. Aluminum construction is two types Neprozrachnye.Prozrachnye. Opaque walls of the buildings are made of the following materials: 1. Laminated chipboard – it is chipboard having a thickness of not less than eight millimeters, which is covered colored washable laminated film, usually of eight-tone colors, and one hundred and twenty shades of wood. 2.

MDF. The thickness of which should not be 6mm. 3. PVC. You should use a moisture-resistant plastic to a thickness of from six to eight millimeters in matte white. For transparent elements are possible options such materials: 1. Clear glass polished thickness of 5-6 mm. 2. Frosted glass or tinted thickness of 5-6 mm. 3. Colored glass can be patterned thickness of 4-6 mm. 4. Polycarbonate – porous plastic, which can be opaque, transparent, bronze, and does not pass UV light. 5. Plexiglas.

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