The MC-Wall curtain wall consists of vertical poles and horizontal transoms connected together by means of stainless steel bolts. 2 or 3 Ø 6 stainless steel connectors per one node provide a very high load-bearing capacity of the post-bolt, both in the plane of wind pressure and in the plane of the glass load. This does not interfere with the possibility of using traditional bolt brackets, or fixing them only with screws from the front. The bolts are insulated through a thermal break clamped at Aliplast at the stage of profile production. This eliminates possible errors resulting from the assembly of the thermal break on the construction site. The solution of the bolt integrated with the thermal break significantly accelerates the installation of the façade wall. The selection of the spacer depends on the thickness of the filling in the curtain wall.
It is possible to apply the thickness of fillings from 24 to 31 mm in the case of transoms with a folded thermal break, and up to 42 mm in the rafters with a separate thermal break. In the place where the wall is installed, a plastic insulation profile is shot into the poles. The construction of the pole is always traditional: that is, the thermal break, the terminal strip and masking are separate elements. The entire structure of the curtain wall can be finished from the outside with various types of decorative-masking strips with rounded edges ("soft line") and traditional strips, with a rectangular shape.