JET Lichtkuppel GLAS

Dome rooflight glass

Our glass highlight within the most energy-efficient daylight systems

The dome rooflight glass is a perfect solution when a building project not only requires optimum values in the field of energy efficiency, but also has particularly high demands on the object design. The glazing is a symbiosis of plastic (externally) and glass (internally), therefore making use of the advantages of both materials.

Aesthetically pleasing, versatile for implementation, excellent thermal insulation and modularly expandable with numerous accessories – the dome rooflight glass fulfils all these requirements in the best possible way. It can also be utilised together with optional accessories for preventive fire protection as a SHEV device. A design equipped with opener fittings for daily ventilation is also possible without any problems.

This daylight element has significantly proven itself in energy-efficient buildings and in the context of sensitive sound emission/sound immission. It is suitable for both new buildings as well as refurbishment projects for industrial flat roofs.

  • 2-fold insulation glass + single skin or double-skinned dome rooflight
  • Fixed or ventable
  • Ventilation possibilities: electric
  • Comfort control via SMARTCONTROL (optional)
  • Deliverable in nominal dimensions (EURO geometry)
    • Square: 60x60, 80x80, 90x90, 100x100, 120x120, 140x140 150x150 cm
    • Rectangular: 60x90, 90x120, 100x150, 120x180, 150x180 cm
  • Ug-value: 2-fold insulation glass + single skin: 0.91 W/m2K according to DIN EN 673
  • Ug-value: 2-fold insulation glass + double-skinned: 0.77 W/m2K according to DIN EN 673
  • Light transmission TL: 2-fold insulation glass + single skin: 73%
  • Light transmission TL: 2-fold insulation glass + double-skinned: 65%
  • Airborne sound insulation > 35 dB
  • Flat roof window (PMMA / Insulation glass / Rigid PVC / PVC)
  • Office buildings
  • Administration buildings

Accessories for dome rooflight glass


Fall-Through Protection Systems

SHEV and Ventilation