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VELUX Glass Roof Systems - Glazing Panels

Bespoke Glass System with Prefabricated Panels

A bespoke glass system with slim and shallow profiles for optimal daylight influx. VELUX Glazing Panels enable the creation of a wide range of rooflight designs from flush installations in a pitched roof to pyramids on a flat roof.

VELUX Glazing Panels can be configured in multiple solutions, by combining the various installation options with gable and corner solutions. The bespoke nature of the system enables you to design almost any daylight solution for public and commercial buildings.

Key benefits:

  • Prefabricated yet bespoke glass system
  • Various corner solutions enable design freedom
  • Slim and shallow profiles for optimal daylight influx
  • No visual difference between fixed and venting panels from the outside

Guidance for specific project solutions and panel sizes, please contact your local VELUX Commercial sales office.

This solution covers the following categories: 

Rooflight, Skylight, Skylights, Glass Rooflight, Glass Skylight, Roof Glazing, Glass Roof, Glazed Roof, Vitral, A74, A98, Roof Glazing

  • The prefabricated panel consists of aluminium frame profiles with a glazing unit sealed in using a UV resistant sealant material. When the panels are joined together on-site, the outer gasket and an inside drainage profile must be mounted to secure drainage.
    The glazing panel system is delivered with installation profiles, gaskets and flashings, ensuring a weathertight solution.

    Double glazing (formerly Vitral A74)
    Panel joint height 82 mm
    Panel joint width 50 mm

    Triple glazing (formerly Vitral A98)
    Panel joint height 106 mm
    Panel joint width 52 mm

    Venting VELUX Glazing Panels have several options of actuators when specifying the panels. It is possible to convert a rectangular fixed panel to a venting panel by post-installing a visible actuator and a crossbar.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.A74
  • Collection setRoof Glazing
  • CollectionA74
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2021-09-30
  • Edition number1
  • Material mainGlass
  • Material secondaryAluminum
  • Designed inDenmark
  • Manufactured inLithuania
  • BIMobject CategoryWindows - Roof Window
  • IFC classificationWindow
  • UNSPSC nameWindows
  • UNSPSC code301716
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code08 62 00
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleUnit Skylights

Region availability

United Kingdom