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As the name suggests, these pyramid rooflights do not require any additional support, except an upstand or kerb to which it can be attached.
The pyramid rooflight provides a striking architectural statement – combining strong lines and ‘focus’ to provide much more than simply a way to introduce daylight into a space.
Can be glazed in a range of polycarbonate options - from solid single skin for canopies and unheated spaces, to multi-wall structured giving exceptional thermal performance for Part ‘L’ compliance.
Finished in powder white as standard, other options available on request.
Metal parts can also be colour coated with polyester powders, PVF2 or anodised.
The most usual geometry for these rooflights would be 30°, although 45° is not uncommon with the limits for slope ranging from 10° up to near vertical.
|Certifications & Ratings|
|Fire Classification (BS National Standards) (?)||BS 476 Part7:class1(1991) Class ‘0’ Tp(a)|
|Standards (?)||CP3 Chapter V Part 2:1972 BS 6399:Part 1 and Part 3 1984 max|
|Min Roof Slope (?)||10 Degrees|
|Roof Pitch (?)||Degrees|
|Materials & Finishes|
|Finish(es) (?)||Mill finish, Anodised, PVF2, Polyester powder|
|Glazing Type (?)||Polycarbonate, Glass|
|Size & Weight|
|Max Span (?)||8000 mm|
|Features (?)||Part ‘L’ compliant|
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