Detail Library – New Details April 2023

New Details

This month we are excited to be able to share a set of curtain wall details with you! This detail set demonstrates the use of curtain walls in a number of different applications.

This set of curtain wall details consist of:

  • curtain wall typical glazing profiles
  • curtain wall head and base details for masonry
  • curtain wall jamb detail for masonry
  • curtain wall head detail for SFS internal leaf
  • curtain wall base detail for upper floor
  • curtain wall intermediate floor details
  • curtain wall level threshold base detail
  • curtain wall base detail with upstand
  • curtain wall external blind detail

Check out some examples of the curtain wall details below.

DL217 Curtain wall glazing typical profiles 2d

DL217 Curtain wall glazing typical profiles

DL219 Curtain wall glazing jamb detail

DL219 Curtain wall glazing jamb detail 2d

DL222 curtain wall glazing intermediate floor detail

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