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VETRA SYSTEM
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introduction
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Light

Light is the series of accessories for canopies made of stainless steel Aisi 316 L, studied to combine the needs of mechanical strength with an elegant aesthetic line.

In addition to the wall and glass supports, the range includes cups that allow the coverage of the fixing dowels and specific articulated screws whose line blend perfectly with the rest of the accessories.

The absence of bolts and screws at sight gives to the whole structure a refined aspect and let Light series differ markedly from the other products available on the market.

introduction
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Light

Light is the series of accessories for canopies made of stainless steel Aisi 316 L, studied to combine the needs of mechanical strength with an elegant aesthetic line.

In addition to the wall and glass supports, the range includes cups that allow the coverage of the fixing dowels and specific articulated screws whose line blend perfectly with the rest of the accessories.

The absence of bolts and screws at sight gives to the whole structure a refined aspect and let Light series differ markedly from the other products available on the market.

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Glass dimension

The dimension of the glass depends on several factors:

  • From the number of glass fixing points; it is possibleto realize canopies with four or more fixing points,
  • the addition of further connections reduce glass deflection and increases glass resistance.
  • From the position of the fixing point that influences glass deflection and its resistance as for the additional number of fixing points.
  • The load resistance required by guidelines.

Besed on these factors glass dimensions and thickness have to be calculated.

For all canopies it’s recommended the use of laminated glass of at least 10+10 mm composed by two tempered glasses or one tempered and one hardened glass.

The table illustrate maximum recommended dimensions of glass.

Our supports are sufficiently sized and guarantee a load capacity of 150 Kgs per fixing point but it’s really important to use screws and anchors suitable to supports weight of the structure and the load requested by the guidelines.

introduction
main_R_intro_slideBis002.jpg

Glass dimension

The dimension of the glass depends on several factors:

  • From the number of glass fixing points; it is possibleto realize canopies with four or more fixing points,
  • the addition of further connections reduce glass deflection and increases glass resistance.
  • From the position of the fixing point that influences glass deflection and its resistance as for the additional number of fixing points.
  • The load resistance required by guidelines.

Besed on these factors glass dimensions and thickness have to be calculated.

For all canopies it’s recommended the use of laminated glass of at least 10+10 mm composed by two tempered glasses or one tempered and one hardened glass.

The table illustrate maximum recommended dimensions of glass.

Our supports are sufficiently sized and guarantee a load capacity of 150 Kgs per fixing point but it’s really important to use screws and anchors suitable to supports weight of the structure and the load requested by the guidelines.

introduction
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Glass dimension

The dimension of the glass depends on several factors:

  • From the number of glass fixing points; it is possibleto realize canopies with four or more fixing points,
  • the addition of further connections reduce glass deflection and increases glass resistance.
  • From the position of the fixing point that influences glass deflection and its resistance as for the additional number of fixing points.
  • The load resistance required by guidelines.

Besed on these factors glass dimensions and thickness have to be calculated.

For all canopies it’s recommended the use of laminated glass of at least 10+10 mm composed by two tempered glasses or one tempered and one hardened glass.

The table illustrate maximum recommended dimensions of glass.

Our supports are sufficiently sized and guarantee a load capacity of 150 Kgs per fixing point but it’s really important to use screws and anchors suitable to supports weight of the structure and the load requested by the guidelines.

introduction
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Glass dimension

The dimension of the glass depends on several factors:

  • From the number of glass fixing points; it is possibleto realize canopies with four or more fixing points,
  • the addition of further connections reduce glass deflection and increases glass resistance.
  • From the position of the fixing point that influences glass deflection and its resistance as for the additional number of fixing points.
  • The load resistance required by guidelines.

Besed on these factors glass dimensions and thickness have to be calculated.

For all canopies it’s recommended the use of laminated glass of at least 10+10 mm composed by two tempered glasses or one tempered and one hardened glass.

The table illustrate maximum recommended dimensions of glass.

Our supports are sufficiently sized and guarantee a load capacity of 150 Kgs per fixing point but it’s really important to use screws and anchors suitable to supports weight of the structure and the load requested by the guidelines.

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Rod dimensioning

The rod is supplied cut to size. The length is calculated from time to time respecting the calculation schemes presented below.

The inclination of the structure is adjustable to 3 cm (1.5 cm. per side) acting on the thread right and left of the rod and by means of the articulated screws which allow the adjustment of the height.

The maximum inclination possible with this calculation system is 5 °.

In case a higher inclination is required, the rod length has to be specifically calculated.

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NB:

The evidenced values are included between an inclination of 40° and 50°, these values are optimal for system functioning, over these values the rod can give extra tension to the glass and to the wall. For not quoted cases the use of the rod is not admitted.