Sliding glass walls that are easy to handle, simple and lightweight.

All of our sliding glass walls are in the E20 series. When opening the glass wall, the panels will slide together to one or several ends, completely freeing up the space.

Thanks to its special design, it is possible to use glass panels up to 3 m high and 1.2 m wide. It can also be installed with a built-in or overlapping guide.

Features of the E20 glass wall.

Comprises individual glass panels up to 1.20 m wide and 3 m high with a maximum weight of 70 kg. These panels consist of 10 mm-thick tempered glass with rounded edges for easy and safe use. The glass walls can be installed with two or three mix-and-match rail guides in order to cover large gaps with maximum openness. The bottom guide can be overlapping or built-in, which further reduces the presence of aluminium.

Fittings and accessories.

You can choose between different types of both key and key-less locks. See available fittings and accessories.

Glasses and finishes.

The glass used for the panels is tempered, 10 mm thick, and can be neutral or have solar control, with the latter achieving improved thermal insulation.

The E20 glass wall profiles can be lacquered in the colours of the RAL Classic range, or given an anodised finish or an imitation-wood effect. Choose the finish for your sliding glass wall.

Glass and panels.

Tempered glass

A type of safety glass, processed by thermal or chemical treatments, to increase its thermal resistance compared to regular glass.

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Tempered glass

Tempered glass

Tempered glass is a type of safety glass, processed by thermal or chemical treatments, to increase its thermal resistance compared to regular glass. This is achieved by compressing the exterior surfaces and tensioning the interior surfaces.

To do this, the glass is subjected to a thermal process of 650ºC, before receiving a sharp cooling of air, resulting in a glass with excellent shock resistance and tolerance.

Tempered glass properties.

Thanks to its special composition, when a tempered sheet of glass is broken by accident, it crumbles into small granular pieces instead of splintering into large jagged fragments. Granular pieces are less likely to cause injury.

In addition, with this type of glass the chances of breakage due to thermal shock are reduced thanks to its high absorption of solar energy. Energy absorption is the percentage of solar energy absorbed by the glass that generates an increase in temperature. This value is indicative of the risk of breakage due to thermal shock. If it is very high, the glass should be tempered.

It is advisable to use tempered glass in the vast majority of glazing requirements, especially in those occupying a large surface area, and in all locations that are exposed to circulation of people or that present a risk of breakage or impact, as well as to different temperatures.

Aluminium profile finishes.


There are 210 shades from the RAL Classic range available for our profiles and accessories.

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Profiles with high resistance finish and different metallic effects: steel, silver, gold, copper, chrome, etc.

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Beech, pine, oak, tigerwood and sapele are just some of the woods that embellishments imitate with great realism.

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