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Composition of Elements

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Alux light bands are larger skylights that easily provide intense natural lighting in buildings with large open rooms. The skylight bands are linear skylight elements, constructed in optional lengths. They can be installed on any roof structure. They provide particularly intense lighting in galleries, studios, workshops, warehouses and in industrial, public and commercial buildings.


Standard Combinations of Layers

  • Dispersed Light
    • combination of opal and colourless skins
    • material: cast acrylic glass and single-wall or multi-wall polycarbonate
    • 1 to 4 layers 
  • Thermal Insulation of Dome Skylights
    • Alux VISS skylights are systems for high insulation, which illuminate rooms with natural light and significantly reduce energy costs

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  • Limiting the Entry of Hot External Thermal Radiation into the Room
  • Colour
    • we offer a wide range of colours, in accordance with the client's wishes
  • Impact Protection
    • polycarbonate outer layer for impact protection, e.g. larger hail
    • dome skylights and skylight bands are impact-resistant (small bodies, hail) in accordance with the EN 1873 – 2006 standard
  • Walkable
    • polycarbonate outer layer for protection against falls
    • combined with a safety net for falls through the aperture

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