Sleek and contemporary design, ideal for both residential and commercial applications. All modules, including opening ones, are flush, providing a seamless aesthetic. Concealed internal fixings and opening mechanisms ensure an elegant finish and mean fixed and opening modules appear almost identical.
Brett Martin Glass Link modules are a system of premium quality factory assembled glass rooflight units that simply lap together to form continuous rooflights. Modules are constructed from structurally glazed double glazed units in a powder coated, fully thermally broken aluminium frame. The product is designed for simple and rapid installation on roofs of all modern building types to provide natural light, and comfort ventilation where specified.
Large modules can be glazed with multiple panes of glass toavoid the need for heavier and more expensive glass specifications, see individual size module configuration for more detail. Operated via wall-switch which is supplied free of charge.
This is a bespoke unit delivery will be approximately 5 - 7 working weeks after drawing sign off.
The customer is responsible for unloading and will normally require mechanical lifting equipment.
Please ensure labour and equipment is on site to sign for and off load the product from the vehicle as the driver from the transport company is not responsible for off loading.
All Glass Link units are to suit an overall weathered kerb size. Drawings will be sent for approval before manufacturing commences for this product.
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-Thermally broken aluminium frame powder coated RAL 7016 anthracite grey externally and RAL 9010 pure white internally.
- Suitable for installation at pitches of 2-35° across span and 15° along length (Some larger sizes will require a minimum installation pitch of up to 5°).
- Ud-value of 1.30 to 1.87W/m2K. (Ud value varies with module size and specification).
- Tested to be non-fragile to CWCT TN-67 (for class 2 roofs) and Class B non-fragile to ACR[M]001.
- Fixed Brett Martin Glass Link rooflights achieve Secured by Design accreditation.
Building Regulations Approved Document B (2019 edition, amended 2020) sets out the rules for fire safety of buildings, which can be met by achieving specific fire ratings to European (BS EN 13501) test standards. Glass is designated Class A to EN13501 part 1, as it is included in the list of CWFT (classified without further test) materials published in the Official Journal of the EU (see European Commission Decision 96/603/EC).
Brett Martin Flat Glass Rooflights are deemed to achieve Class BROOF(t4) to EN13501 part 5 by Approved Document B ofthe Building Regulations (see Approved Document B1 paragraph 12.8 and Approved Document B2 paragraph 14.8). These classification mean there is no restriction on where Brett Martin Glass Link rooflights can be used on roofs of buildings in England.
The product is fitted to a structural, insulated builders upstand with self-drilling, anti-tamper security fixings. All fixed Glass Link rooflights achieve Secured by Design accreditation
These rooflights are expected to remain fit for purpose in normal industrial conditions for a period of 20 years (guaranteed for 10 years), i.e. they will not become perforated, lose significant structural integrity or distort to the extent of losing weather-tightness. Insulated glass used in the construction of the rooflight is guaranteed for 5 years.
Electrical actuators (where present), for a period of 1 year (actuators have a design life of at least 10,000 cycles)