Self Supporting rooflights are generally used on the ridge of a roof slightly above the finished roof level with a pitch of 30-45°. They can be supplied with motorised ventilation and specialised glass if required.
TYPE: Solus Rooflights for special glazing requirements can be pitched as required by Architect. To BS 5516 CP3 Chapter V and BS 6399 Part 3 1988.
FRAME: Aluminium, aluminium to BS 1474:1987 Alloy 6063-T6. Bars normally at 600mm but can be changed to suit Architects requirements.
FINISH: Polyester powder coated to BS 6496 Interpon D92 range 25 Year life expectancy on powder coating.
COLOUR: RAL 9010 white matt or any standard RAL colour.
KERB: Structural kerb by Main Contractor. Normally 100mm/150mm wide x 150mm high. Kerb must be capable of supporting the weight of the structure. Glass structure weighs 50 kilos M² surface area.
GLAZING: Sealed double glazed units comprising 6.0mm clear toughened outer pane/16mm air gap argon filled, 6.4mm Low ‘E’ laminate inner. Other glass can be fitted if required to suit your requirements.
FRAGILITY: They have been tested and are classed as NON FRAGILE Class B. To ACR(M)001:2005 Test for Fragility of Roofing Assemblies
FLASHINGS: Lead by others.
PROFILE: Height in centre dependant on size of dome required.
SIZES: To suit your overall kerb size.
FIXING: Normally fitted by Lareine Engineering fitters.