Invisio Structural Glazing Details – Now Available to Download

Have you ever needed standard details of structural glass but your glazier wouldn’t provide them before you placed an order?

Now you can download the standard details of IQ’s exclusive Invisio Structural Glazing System to incorporate in your projects. Just click the link below to get instant access to the full Invisio CAD details.

Internal view of Cotswolds showing the minimal windows sliding track internally.
Internal view of Cotswolds showing frameless glass wall.

Download the Invisio CAD Details here. 

The Invisio structural glazing system from IQ is a unique thermally broken solution for frameless glass installations. By including a thermal break within the fixing system you eliminate the issue of thermal bridging in traditional structural; glazing designs. The end result is still minimal and frameless – offer that modern design architects want.

Thanks to the more systematised approach to structural glazing we have also been able to get the system tested for wind loads and thermal performance. Using the thermal break technology and insulated glass we can achieve Uw values from 1.21 W/m2K. The system has also been tested at wind loads of 0.8 kN and 1.6 kN, meaning it can be suitable for high wind load areas and coastal projects.

View the Invisio Digital Brochure for the full technical information including maximum sizes and performance factors. You can also browse the most common structural glass applications on our website here. 

If you would like to include Invisio on your project get in touch with the team at IQ who will be happy to help with your design and specification. They can help advise on optimum sizes, costs and detailing. Visit our Contact Us page for all the ways to get in touch. 

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Rebecca is Head of Marketing at the IQ Group and has worked in glazing specification for many years. She has a broad range of technical knowledge about all our glazing products and offers technical advice and guidance to architects for specification. Her easy to digest technical advice is often quoted in magazines and publications. You might also recognise her as one of the IQ Glass CPD presenters.