Janisol Primo

With only 60 mm installation depth, the thermally broken steel profiles achieve excellent thermal insulation values and make an active contribution to environmentally compatible sustainable building. The assembly and manufacture of Janisol Primo and combination with Janisol systems are simplified by the use of identical profile cross sections.

Janisol Arte 66

With Janisol Arte 66, Jansen is expanding its range of systems to include an attractive variation. The basic depth of 66 mm enables the use of stronger glass, with a vent height of up to 2300 mm. This makes it possible to have the turn/tilt opening type, even with the special requirements of listed buildings for narrow frames. With the concealed fittings, they meet architects’ and developers’ demands for a uniform design and clear lines which do not allow any visual interruption. The Euro grooves make it easier for fabricators to install the fittings, while the new glazing bead system facilitates installation of the panes. Fabrication with push-in gasket or dry glazing takes place in the usual way, as with the Janisol and Janisol Arte 2.0 steel profiles – this ensures a high level of process reliability.

VISS SG/SemiSG

VISS Basic and VISS Ixtra are cost-effective and aesthetic system solutions for facade construction and can be mounted on any support. The system construction is based on the proven VISS system. Thanks to this system, very large span facades can be achieved. The choice of the shape and material of the loadbearing construction is unrestricted by the glazing.

VISS Skylight

Welded steel construction plays to its strengths in sloping glazing. Ultra-slimline profiles also allow designers to create large roof lights. The TVS sealing principle is perfect for sloping glazing applications but can also be easily combined with VISS vertical facades. Just as in loadbearing constructions, the same seal can be installed to run continuously from a sloping to a vertical inclination.

VISS Fire Skylights

Welded steel construction comes into its own in sloping glazing in the event of a fire. The well-designed, high-quality VISS Fire system with its wide range of additional components, such as fire-proof anchors, stainless steel clamping sections etc., prevents the spread of fire and smoke in the event of a fire. VISS Fire has a number of country-specific approvals, to which more are continuously being added through further tests.

VISS Fire Facade

The VISS Fire system with a wide range of additional components, such as fire-proof anchors, stainless steel clamping sections etc. keeps the glass in the right position in the event of fire and prevents this way the entry of fire and smoke. Numerous projects and a host of international tests and approvals in classes E30, EI30, EI60, EI90 attest the reliability of VISS Fire with respect to thermal insulation and fire protection.

VISS Facades

VISS TVS is a highly insulated system with a Passivhaus certificate and is suitable for a wide range of applications in new or existing buildings. The panel sizes and infill element thicknesses are selected from the system modules to meet the structural engineering requirements and provide the most technically and economically suitable components. The proven sealing system can be combined with customised VISS and VISS Ixtra profiles or with ordinary steel and stainless steel supporting sections.

VISS Basic Skylight

Welded steel construction plays to its strengths in sloping glazing. VISS Basic and VISS Ixtra are cost-effective and highly aesthetic system solutions for roof constructions and can be mounted on any support. The free choice of supporting profiles allows the design of large span rooflights.

VISS Basic Facade

VISS Basic and VISS Ixtra are cost-effective and aesthetic system solutions for facade construction and can be mounted on any support. The system construction is based on the proven VISS system. Thanks to this system, very large span facades can be achieved. The choice of the shape and material of the loadbearing construction is unrestricted by the glazing.