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Channel glazing is a method of window glazing which uses a 'U' shaped aluminium channel with metal or rubber gaskets to hold the glass in place. Generally, where large glass panes are employed, they are integrated with an engineered glass fin or a tension truss system or similar. These systems are face sealed in the field and rely on sealant for weathering performance.

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Channel Glazing

Channel glazing is a method of window glazing which uses a 'U' shaped aluminium channel with metal or rubber gaskets to hold the glass in place. Generally, where large glass panes are employed, they are integrated with an engineered glass fin or a tension truss system or similar. These systems are face sealed in the field and rely on sealant for weathering performance.

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Channel Glazing

Channel glazing is a method of window glazing which uses a 'U' shaped aluminium channel with metal or rubber gaskets to hold the glass in place. Generally, where large glass panes are employed, they are integrated with an engineered glass fin or a tension truss system or similar. These systems are face sealed in the field and rely on sealant for weathering performance.

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