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Avanti Systems - a division of SAS International

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Avanti’s Solare 60/60 is one of the highest fire specification fully glazed, dry-jointed relocatable partitioning systems in the industry. It is tested at an overall height of three metres for 60 minutes integrity and 60 minutes insulation, setting a new industry standard.

Solare 60/60 is a fully demountable aluminium glazed partitioning system that uses an environmentally friendly PETG dry-joint. This provides a neat and clear glass-to-glass joint detail without the use of silicone. Solare 60/60 is a popular option as it combines aesthetics with stringent regulatory fire performance standards.

This system performs to strict fire performance insulation requirements restricting temperature rise of the unexposed side. The surface temperature of the glass on the non-fire side does not rise by more than 180˚C above the ambient room temperature at any single point. This, along with 60 minute integrity, provides for safe evacuation, meeting essential regulatory demands for fire escape routes.

The partitioning systems are manufactured at SAS International’s dedicated partitioning and doors facility in Oldbury, West Midlands. With extensive technical and design expertise, Avanti products are manufactured to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards.

Avanti is an SAS International Group Company.
For further information visit www.avantisystems.co.uk

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