The Fixed and Operable PR60 Glass Roof system is one of the most advanced overhead glazing systems on the market. The superior design of the PR60 has been recognised by the Passive House Institute with the Energy Save variant receiving certification to Passive House category phA.
The PR60 is not a skylight, but rather a glass roof which is thermally broken to minimise heat gain in the summer and heat loss in the winter. The system incorporates many proprietary features to improve performance including an integrated secondary drainage channel.
A feature of the PR60 system is the ability to span up to 5 metres unsupported and to incorporate operable elements (ventilation flaps) for natural ventilation and smoke relief. Fully compliant with H1 Energy Efficiency provisions the PR60 provides the ability to deliver natural ventilation and daylight to almost any project.
Whilst standard skylights are limited in choice of glazing and size, the PR60 can be configured to suit almost any project such as the 5 x 40m long operable glass roofs on Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School in Melbourne or the 5m x 9m glass roof on Penhros College in Perth.
All EBSA products are designed to be integrated with others in our range, which is why consultants turn to us for all their ventilation requirements. We also feature our own range of operable glass louvres, helping to provide a comprehensive solution to all your architectural requirements.
To find out more about our overhead glazing systems (and the PR90 in particular), contact our experts today.
Extremely stable supporting structure made of torsion-free aluminium
Virtually free-form design from 0 to 90°
Efficient ventilation in the glass rebates
Controlled water and condensate run-off thanks to overlapping
EPDM secondary draining
Pre-defined glazing clamping system based on insulating spacer webs