No significant investment in new machines is necessary with STV® static dry glazing, because the profiles are supplied with the adhesive strip already integrated.
The profiles are processed as usual. Cutting, heat sealing, finishing and glazing can also be carried out as normal by making minor adaptations to the STV® technology requirements.
The combination of STV® technology and traditional steel stiffening elements permits the production of as yet unrivalled element sizes. This also permits more stable elements in custom applications.
White elements of standard size (1.50 x 1.50 m windows and 1.10 x 2.30 m French windows) featuring STV® technology can be built entirely without steel stiffening elements. The Uf values are thus noticeably improved (by up to 0.2 W/(m²K) depending on the profile combination).
The time-consuming adjustment and re-adjustment work on the window can be reduced to a minimum. Also, the reduced weight makes it much easier to install the elements.
All the STV® components have been interchangeably tested in line with the valid RAL specifications for bonded constructions and are state of the art. The values achieved correspond to the familiar performance classes of the GEALAN profile systems.
GEALAN-STV® is the ground-breaking system for dry bonding panes and sash upstands. Compared with the conventional wet bonding method, it delivers decisive benefits without compromising on ease of fabrication. STV® is a system that really works.
Significant investment in new machines is necessary when bonding panes with liquid adhesives. This is not the case with STV® static dry glazing, because the profiles are supplied with the adhesive strip already integrated. Watch our film about window production with STV®.
Replacing a glass pane bonded using STV® technology can be done quickly and without any special knowledge. All it takes is a few simple steps.
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