The possibility of inserting transparent or blind modules, framed glass panels with variable thicknesses from 4 mm to 45 mm makes this system the most complete application for all types of photovoltaic panels.
From the traditional laminated panel for the string course areas to the photovoltaic glasses mounted in double glazing for zone vision, with different percentages of transparency. The light structure of uprights and transoms (50 mm in overall dimensions) allows hiding the wiring in special casings, without compromising the thermal-acoustic characteristics and guaranteeing electrical safety.
Features and advantages
• Reduction of energy requirements thanks to the thermal breaker
• Shading of indoor environments and solar control with semi-transparent photovoltaic glass cameras
• Aesthetics of great architectural impact
• Customization of solutions
The integration of photovoltaics into buildings is the new frontier of sustainable design.
Combining functionality, energy efficiency and aesthetics, it is possible to place environmental sustainability at the center of a new way of designing and experiencing architecture. Integrating photovoltaics into architecture means balancing the technical and aesthetic aspects of the components of photovoltaic technology with those of the building envelope, without compromising the functional characteristics of both.
A correct architectural integration of photovoltaics manages to combine the photovoltaic capacity to produce electricity with the aesthetic quality of the space that contains it.
The physical characteristics of the photovoltaic module – shape, size, color, possible transparency – are no longer “suffered” characteristics but become elements of characterization of the architectural space.
Photovoltaics is interpreted and used as a real building material and becomes an inseparable part of the building, becoming an active component of the building envelope capable of contributing positively to the energy performance of buildings.