Themosash represents Lamberts Glass a speciality German glass manufacturer for the New Zealand market. The Linit range of ‘U’ shaped cast glass products offers exterior and interior architectural projects an exceptional point of difference. Thermosash is available for providing design and engineering assistance for this specialist glass and the integration of it into your project.
- Made in Germany.
- Available up to 7mtrs long.
- Range of profiles available from 232 x 41mm up to 331 x 60mm
- Can be toughened (tempered) and heat soaked
- Range of surfaces finishes and patterns
- Range of colours using ceramic enamel
- Range of glazing methods for single or double glazing
- Sustainably produced using oxygen fired melting furnace.
- Utilises the maximum amount of recycled glass possible.
- Labelled as one of the 'Top 10 Green Building Products 2008' and was the only glass product in the list.
- High quality product.Range of frames available including thermally broken.
Cast or profiled glass is one of the oldest methods of glass production. Whilst the glass is still hot and in a plastic state it is rolled and bent into various width moulded 'U' shape profiles up to 7mtrs long, then cooled, annealed and cut to length. The resulting glass channels all have an individual optical character which gives the effect of a lively, light refracting glass façade. The U-profile channels can have multiple surface finishes, including cord, and Prismasolar patterns, sandblasted or ceramic frit (coloured). Linit U-Glass can also be made in low iron glass and can be toughened and heat soaked.
Originally channel glass was a low cost solution for simple commercial and industrial buildings, however it has become a fashionable building element that is now specified by leading architects for museums, hospitals, shopping centres and sport stadiums etc.
There are many methods of installing these glass elements, including a unique glazing channel system. We will help specifiy the appropriate product based on your design.
Contact us to discuss.