Glasswall 300

The GlassWall 300 is non-thermally broken aluminium hinged, framed system. It is top hung, and has a stress group B weather rating.

Ideal applications include: Balconies, Draught Screens, Room Dividers, Conservatories, Roofed Terraces and Street Cafes.

Technical Details

  • Individual panel system
  • Top Rail or Patch Fittings only, guide fittings at floor level.
  • Top hung on two point suspension system for various stacking options.
  • Maximum of 3no panel sliding each way.
  • Passdoors can be supplied with standard ironmongery.
  • Maximum panel height is 3300mm (dependant on width of panel and weight of glass).
  • Top rails are fitted with cover plate in aluminium, can be finished with paint.


  • Various Top track and rails available according to requirements.
  • Natural anodized or powder coated to a RAL spec.
  • Track can be exposed or concealed within suspended ceiling.
  • Multi ball bearings, multi directional trolleys.


  • 10mm/12mm toughened glass (12mm glass over 2500mm).
  • Long edges polished.
  • Manifestation/etching can be supplied on request.

Technical Data

  • The construction is flush with the surface therefore there are no protruding running or directional tracks
  • Can be opened to the inside or outside and is available with a separate or attached turning panel (through 180'). Segment folding systems are possible up to an angle of 45'. Centre pivoting panels are possible
  • The profiles have a very narrow visible projection width allowing a very large percentage of glazed surface
  • The panel is 45mm thick allowing a maximum panel width of 1100mm.
  • Up to I0mm expansion compensation that is made possible due to wide closing rebates meaning that the screen remains impenetrable and continues to function correctly under hot and cold conditions
  • Vertical sealing is by means of a double EPDM seal. Horizontal sealing is by means of a double brush seal
  • Drainage of the panels can be via a slit cut in the glass groove according to manufacturers guidelines. The ground sill has controlled water drainage to the outside due to the slanting profile formation