Invisible Tracks

Vitrocsa



Sliding
Vitrosca’s 18mm wide aluminium alloy profile allows window surfaces of up to 18m² using the TH+ system. The glass glides with ease on rollers with stainless steel ball bearings that are in the frame.

Frames and Tracks
• Recessed and concealed within the floor, wall and ceiling
• Conceal tracks within the flooring material for continuous finish between inside and out
• The slimmest tracks available start at 32mm wide
• Eliminates visible tracks at the threshold

Glazing
• Single, Double, Triple
• Allows large glass sections up to 18m² and 6m high

Options
• Button-locking in 3 point locking system
• Motorisation

Drainage
• Drainage options available
• Drain system built into tracks

Turnable
Sliding glass panels designed to slide around corners.

Tracks & Frames
• Recessed and concealed within the floor, wall and ceiling
• Flooring material may be integrated with the tracks
• Tracks are enclosed using our Invisible System
• Slimmest 20mm frame

Glazing
• Single, Double, Triple
• Up to 3m wide

Drainage
• Drainage options available
• Drain system built into tracks

Invisible
Based on the TH+ System. For an invisible effect, tracks are lowered and concealed within the flooring for a smooth, clean transition between interior and exterior spaces. Frames may also be recessed and hidden in the walls revealing only the 18mm profile for a minimalist design.

Tracks & Frames
• Eliminates visible tracks at the threshold
• Concealed tracks within the flooring material for a smooth interior/exterior transition
• The same flooring may continue from inside to outside.
• Only 2x 10mm slots visible per track

Glazing
• Single, Double, Triple
• Up to 3m wide

Drainage
• Drainage options available
• Drain system built into tracks

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Vitrocsa

It's been 20 years since Vitrocsa began in Switzerland. Inspired by California minimalist architecture, notably the iconic Stahl House/CSH No. 22 (1959), Swiss engineers developed a unique idea that large, sliding glass be a structural element that...
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