Millersville, MD (PRWEB) July 24, 2008
The unique European-designed LOOP structural glass hardware system from DORMA Glas (http://www.dorma-usa.com) has crossed the Atlantic to offer architects in North America a contemporary design and reliable performance for all glass facades, canopies and overhead applications.
The stainless-steel LOOP system derives its name from its circular shape. LOOP clamping brackets provide a distinctive way to connect adjacent glass panels of all types and thicknesses at their intersection to form interior or exterior wall assemblies. The fitting requires no preparation of the glass, eliminating the need for drilling or machining before installation. The LOOP's steel retaining ring imparts the ideal grip pressure to maintain the position of glass panels. It also provides a reliable hold for tie rods or cabletype bracing arrangements for wall, floor and ceiling connections.
The patented system has been tested and approved in accordance with the requirements of DIN 185.16, Part 4.
The LOOP system is part of the versatile DORMA Glas structural glass hardware line, which includes the GlassFin Spider System, MANET CONSTRUCT, RODAN, and V Spider System.
For more information on DORMA Glas structural glass fitting products contact DORMA at 1-800-451-0649 or http://www.dorma-usa.com.
About DORMA Group North America
DORMA Group North America manufactures and markets a wide range of products for the architectural openings industry, with a particular focus on commercial and institutional openings. Part of The DORMA Group worldwide, DORMA Group North America comprises DORMA Architectural Hardware, DORMA Glas, Modernfold, DORMA Canada, DORMA Mexico, and DORMA Entrance Systems -- which markets products and services under the DORMA Automatics, Crane Revolving Door and Carolina Door Controls brands.
DORMA Group North America offerings include safety and security products, locks, door closers, exit devices, glass hardware and patch fittings, sliding and swinging automatic doors, revolving doors and operable partitions.