Structural glass from Romag is used in modern architecture worldwide. Using advanced processing methods at our County Durham factory, the glass we produce is capable of taking on significant structural loads.
With our state of the art machinery, we create both simple and complex structural shapes that can include a variety of drill hole configurations to suit point-fix inserts for seamless architectural designs. Our advanced printing capability means we can create custom designs including anti-slip frit patterns for glass flooring.
Romag create structural glass to suit many types of applications from glass flooring, to allow light to pass through to dark or subterranean rooms like this fisherman's church in Brixham as featured on channel 4's Restoration man, to partition walls, canopies, external facades, curtain-walling and balustrades.
Whatever your project, Romag provide high quality glazing solutions to suit your vision and your budget.
- Structural load bearing
- Frameless finish for a flush design
- Gives a greater sense of space
- Suitable for the entire structure of a building
- Glass floors
- Partition walls
- Ceilings and atriums
- Glass box extensions
- Bridges and balconies
- Floor lights