Glazing with frames
The system of sliding glass walls for terraces consists of aluminum profiles and glass panels installed between them. The modules move smoothly with bearing-free, maintenance-free and nylon-coated castors mounted between the upper and lower rows of 2 or 4 rows. The modules are connected to each other with a special lock with a brush seal. Such a special gasket suppresses noise and protects against dust and water. The lock also performs a protective function, so the modules cannot be lifted.
The rails are equipped with a drainage system. There are almost no mechanically worn parts in the system. The surface of the profiles is made of anodized aluminum, which can be painted with powder paint, and the desired color can be selected from the RAL catalog or decorated with imitation wood. You can choose tempered or laminated clear glass, frosted glass or tinted glass of various colors. 4 and 6 mm thick single glazing or 3 + 3 laminated glass can be used. It is also possible to choose the direction of opening the modules - four modules opening in one direction or, if there are more modules, opening in both directions.
Frameless glazing

The product is identical to the balcony glazing system and consists of lower and upper profiles and glass panels with horizontal wheels installed between them. Horizontally mounted castors and profile construction allow the glass panels to be moved. The edge of the glass plate opens 90o at an angle inwards, the plate behind it slides into place and also opens. Finally, all the glass panels can be pushed like book sheets against the wall and the whole terrace will be completely open again.

The described opening mechanism allows you to open the entire opening, combine ventilation modes and conveniently clean the glass. This system consists of 50-70 cm wide glass panels, the height of which depends on the height of the glazed opening in the terrace. 8 mm tempered glass panels with ground edges are used for glazing the terraces, which break into granules. It is safe, there is no risk of injury. You can choose clear or tinted glass.

Such a terrace glazing system can be used for glazing terraces that are straight, angled, as well as curved. The advantage of this system is that even with an angled terrace, the corners do not interfere with the pushing of the glass panels. Because this system is without vertical profiles, it hardly changes the facade of the building. The main advantages of this construction are the beautiful appearance and the elimination of light-blocking frames. The system uses single glazing, so it is considered a "cold" system, but it will still be warm and cozy on the terrace at all times of the year.

For this system, the lower profile can be installed in the floor, below their level so that it does not protrude above the floor.