Glass Walls
Single Glazing
  • PC350’s Single Glazed wall is an attractive option for many design concepts, providing various combinations of profiles.
  • While accommodating three different glass thickness’ ranging from 6mm, 10mm and 12mm; glass specifications can now include optional centre laminated glass
  • Multi-product accommodation includes a combination of doors that can be integrated including framed swing doors, pivot doors, sliding doors and barn doors
  • Single Glazing is the leading approach to most designs, offering design versatility and flexibility
  • Available in Clear Anodized Aluminum and four standard powder coat colours
  • To further personalize your space, feel free to spec any optional RAL!
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Double Glazing
  • The PC350 Elite Series Double-Glazed wall is our high-performance option which achieves the highest STC ranges possible
  • While accommodating three different glass thickness’ ranging from 6mm, 10mm and 12mm; glass specifications can now include optional centre laminated glass
  • Intelligently designed with an airspace, STC continuity is supported with PC350’s integral swing doors
  • Available in Clear Anodized Aluminum and four standard powder coat colours
  • To further personalize your space, feel free to spec any optional RAL!
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Single Glazing

3/8” glass application

Glass thickness of 3/8” (10mm) has grown to become the most commonly specified glass type. While providing an industry rating of 34, not only does it satisfy common work place requirements, it also allows design freedom for Butt joint options. PC350 can maintain a monolithic approach to solving design inconsistencies by accommodating 3/8” (10mm) glass in both our sidelights and doors.

1/2” glass application

As privacy demands are increasing, PC350 has responded by offering the ability to accommodate true 1/2″ (12mm) glass in our sidelights. In addition, as clients are increasingly demanding we can accommodate a nominal glass thickness of 14mm glass comprising of true 1/2″ glass plus heavy inter-laminated film providing various options, the ability to span great distances without the need for vertical mullions is the most attractive! The new standard is quickly becoming 1/2″ (12mm) glass.

Ceiling Profiles

What is a Ceiling Profile?

Acting as the upper most horizontal element, the ceiling profile exists at the top of each window and sidelight.  Different ceiling types and functional requirements may drive the profile type that is spec’d.

Our profiles are flexible enough to terminate against the following ceiling conditions;

  • T-bar,
  • Bulkhead,
  • Drywall soffit,
  • Slopped ceilings,

Have a condition that is not listed above, contact us today

Which Profile to use?

We encourage your creative side to come out and spec what suits your design intent!  Many of our profiles are compatible with most of our products.  Some considerations when deciding on which profile to use are: STC, door function and span.

In cases where conflicting requirements exist, its best to engage a PC350 Sales Representative or Project Manager for specific feedback.

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Floor Profiles

What is a Floor Profile?

The lower most horizontal element where glass rests is the Floor Profile.  While various profile shapes and combinations can occur, the design intent may be the most impactful consideration on which profile to spec.

Choosing the right Floor profile can not only affect the overall look, but they can add function to your space 

Which Profile to use?

Whether your design consists of sliding doors, swing doors or a combination, PC350 has various floor profiles to best compliment.  Should your floors be fairly flat or rather undulated, contact us to learn how to work with what you have!

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Wall Profiles

What is a Wall Profile?

 A Wall Profile is any vertical or slopped element where glass starts or finishes.  Wrapping around unfished drywall or abutting against finished drywall with wall start, our multiple wall profiles can satisfy a variety of differing conditions.

Combining profiles is one way of making any space uniquely yours!

Which Wall Profile to use?

Swing doors, sliding doors, single glazing or double glazing are design factors that will influence what wall profile can or may be used.

If your application consists of windows, screens or clerestories, design options may be more flexible!

Your qualified PC350 Sales Representative or Project Manager will help guide you through those considerations.

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Double Glazing

3/8” glass application

Today’s modern workplace demands a flexible approach to how people work. Our 3/8” double glazed walls provide an STC rating of 44, for just the right amount of acoustical privacy while maintaining the beautiful visual elements of design.

1/2” glass application

Double glazing is the option for satisfying the most challenging of STC requirements. Providing STC’s ranging from 44 – 49, the choice for double glazing is our most aggressive offering yet. More impressive yet is our ability to offer profiles which accommodate a nominal glass thickness of 14mm glass comprising of true 1/2″ glass plus heavy inter-laminated film.

Ceiling Profiles

What is a Ceiling Profile?

Acting as the upper most horizontal element, the ceiling profile exists at the top of each window and sidelight.  Different ceiling types and functional requirements may drive the profile type that is spec’d.

Our profiles are flexible enough to terminate against the following ceiling conditions;

  • T-bar,
  • Bulkhead,
  • Drywall soffit,
  • Slopped ceilings,

Have a condition that is not listed above, contact us today

Which Profile to use?

We encourage your creative side to come out and spec what suits your design intent!  Many of our profiles are compatible with many of our products.  Some considerations when deciding on which profile to use are: STC, door function and span.

In cases where conflicting requirements exist, its best to engage a PC350 Sales Representative or Project Manager for specific feedback.

Downloadable Details

 

Floor Profiles

What is a Floor Profile?

The lower most horizontal element where glass rests is the Floor Profile.  While various profile shapes and combinations can occur, the design intent may be the most impactful consideration on which profile to spec.

Choosing the right Floor profile can not only affect the overall look, but they can add function to your space

Which Profile to use?

Whether your design consists of sliding doors, swing doors or a combination, PC350 has various floor profiles to best compliment.  Should your floors be fairly flat or rather undulated, contact us to learn how to work with what you have!

Downloadable Details

 

Wall Profiles

 What is a Wall Profile?

A Wall Profile is any vertical or slopped element where glass starts or finishes.  Wrapping around unfished drywall or abutting against finished drywall with wall start, our multiple wall profiles can satisfy a variety of differing conditions.

Combining profiles is one way of making any space uniquely yours!

Which Wall Profile to use?

Swing doors, sliding doors, single glazing or double glazing are design factors that will influence what wall profile can or may be used.

If your application consists of windows, screens or clerestories, design options may be more flexible!

Your qualified PC350 Sales Representative or Project Manager will help guide you through those considerations.

Downloadable Details