Aluflam found a solution to what was long considered an impossible dream - the use of aluminum frames for fire-rated glazing applications. Traditional aluminum is not known to be a very fire-resistant material, but with Aluflam’s patented technology, a proven combination of insulated aluminum framing and clear, laminated glass was established. The Aluflam system has been tested and approved and is available to the architectural and construction communities worldwide.
Our wall, door, and window systems offer the ultimate in safety characteristics, aesthetics, and design flexibility. Used in both building and marine environments, our products provide many benefits.
- The clean, sharp lines of extruded aluminum framing.
- Clear, laminated glazing.
- Reduced radiant heat through insulated frame and glazing.
- Increased design freedom
- Tested and approved to national and international fire codes.
- Multitude of finishing options.
- Top of the line hardware options – conforming with North American standards.
- Simple to install.
- High impact resistance.
- No corrosion.
- Energy efficient.
- Reduced noise transmission.
We are committed to be the supplier of choice for fire-rated aluminum glazing systems.
Our basic, but probably the most pristine finish is satin clear anodize. Aluminum profiles are textured prior to the clear anodizing process, which results in a smooth non-directional finish and the true feeling of Aluminum. We also offer traditional colored anodize finishes such as dark bronze, medium bronze, black, champagne and others.
The powder coating process is gaining popularity due to its environmentally friendly character. Our approved powder finishes are processed from Tiger Drylac and Spraylat. This includes architectural finishes with extended warranties.
To meet special specification requirements, we also offer liquid painting such as 50% and 70% fluoropolymer coatings on all our window and door systems.
All finishing is done before fabrication to assure ultimate adhesion and finish quality, and stringent quality control guidelines are followed throughout the process.
Last Update: 2015-12-30