'Structural Silicone Glazed Rooflights'
Aurora Fixed Rooflights
Our contemporary styled fixed glass rooflight is structurally silicone glazed ensuring a complete factory finished, fully watertight product with a high quality elegant appearance. Unlike traditional 'stepped edge' glass rooflights where the outer edge of the glass is exposed and consequently vulnerable to breakage, our rooflights fully enclose the double or triple glazed units within perimeter framework to eliminate the risk.
Our fixed rooflights are double glazed in clear toughened safety glass as standard, with options of blue, bronze or grey tinting or if preferred, an obscure finish for privacy or high performance solar control to minimise solar gain (g) and maximise light transmittance (Lt).
Our fixed rooflight is easy to install, an internal perimeter gasket allows the rooflight to be placed directly on top of the builders kerb without the need for site applied silicone. It is then screwed to the builders kerb externally and a matching cover clip is then applied to conceal the fixings.
Our rooflights satisfy the thermal performance criteria defined in the Building Regulations and achieve a high resistance to condensation under normal conditions. True U-value and Ud-values are available upon request.
The extruded aluminium perimeter frame is powder coated RAL 7017 anthracite grey matt or RAL 9005 black matt as standard. Other RAL colour options are available upon request.
As standard all double glazed units incorporate clear low 'E' glass achieving a centre pane U-value of 1.1 W/m²K.
Triple glazed option available achieving a centre pane U-value of 0.6 W/m²K.
Structural silicone glazing is a method utilising a silicone adhesive to attach glass to metal. Wind loads and other loads such as snow and impact loads, are transferred from the glass through the structural silicone adhesive to the perimeter frame of the rooflight and from there onto the structure of the building. It is absolutely imperative for the long term performance of any rooflight constructed in this manner, that the silicone bond maintains its adhesive and cohesive integrity, which will be tested to extremes by wind load and thermal stresses throughout its service life.
Our contemporary product range has been created using the very latest structural silicone glazing techniques, standards of best practice in quality control. All Aurora structurally glazed rooflights are manufactured under strictly controlled conditions.
Our double glazed units incorporate a secondary silicone unit seal to prevent the delamination of the double glazed unit by UV light and are fully enclosed within the rooflights perimeter frame to minimise the risk of glass breakage. The silicone used in the edge of the double glazed unit has been thoroughly tested to ensure its compatibility with all other silicones and materials used within the construction of our rooflights.
The Low E, or low-emissivity coating to the glass is a transparent, microscopically thin metallic coating that works in two ways to economise heating energy. The dual action coating reflects the majority of heat back into the room thereby reducing the heat loss through the rooflight, and allows heat and light from the sun (known as passive solar heat gain) to pass through. These properties thus reduce the demand for energy to heat your home.
Bespoke sizes are available upon request.
Lead times vary from 5 working days to 4 weeks dependant on the size requested.
*PLEASE NOTE: ALL SIZES LISTED ARE THE EXTERNAL KERB SIZES.*
All Aurora Rooflights are covered by the manufacturers 10 year guarantee.
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