DesignLine consists of door jambs, glazing bars and mullion which are 45mm wide x 25mm high, these can be used independently of our head sections or in conjunction with them.
DesignLine Head section is designed for 64mm steel stud and 1 layer of 13mm plasterboard each side and 92mm steel stud version. All head sections from DesignLine can be used with our Alement 64 system.
Scope of use
Our DesignLine system has been designed for the everyday office space, it has been used in 1000's of office fitouts across New Zealand.
Generally suited to ceilings under 2.8m with smaller glazing runs, although the system can perform at greater heights and wall lengths. Talk to us for the best result.
New Zealand Building Code (NZBC)
The product will, if employed in accordance with the supplier's installation and maintenance requirements, assist with meeting the following provisions of the building code:
- Clause B1 Structure: Performance B1.3.1, B1.3.2
- Clause B2 Durability: Performance B2.3.1(b)
- Clause F2 Hazardous building materials: Performance F2.3.1
The product has and can make available the following additional evidence to support the above statements:
Use in Service History
PSL have been supplying aluminium systems to the New Zealand construction sector for over 20 years
DesignLine is designed for interior use, ideal for ceiling heights 2.7m. although can be used at greater heights. Length of glazing runs will be determined by glazing standards.
Glazing sections are 45mm x 25mm, there is a wide range of headsections to suit stud and lining selection. Specifically designed sections to take door jambs to glazing. Mullions and transoms complete the range.
All items can be anodised or powder coat finished.
Selection of acoustic insulation will effect the STC ratings along with plasterboard selection
Glazing bar will ideally be fixed to headsection for best seismic result, headsections for flush walls should be secured by seismic restraints such as Tracklok.
We have a wide range of jointers and splice plates for every type of installations.
should be washed down with warm water & a mild soap solution. Fine brushes
may be used to loosen attached grime - the use of anything stiffer or abrasive
may result in damage to the surface. Acid or alkali cleaners should not be
used, these will damage anodic films & may discolour coloured joinery.
Where greasy deposits are present, cleaning of the anodising maybe by means of
a soft cloth dipped in white spirit, or a mild liquid scourer followed by
wiping with a dry rag. Make sure no solvents come into contact with other parts
of the window.
NB: Solvents must
be kept from contact with the vinyl glazing gaskets. It is essential to rinse
after cleaning with copious applications of clean water particularly where
crevices are present and then dry the glass to avoid any marks.
Rural: Every 6
Urban: Every 3
Marine environments: (within 1 km of the sea): 6 monthly warm water detergent
wash, as well as monthly cold water washing.
- Provide this
warranty on the installer/applicator standard form.
- Commence the
warranty from the date of practical completion of the contract works.
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