Ridgelight at 5° with Beams

VELUX Commercial
  • Ensures maximum daylight and thermal comfort
  • Adds spaciousness to the area below
  • Totally self-supporting solution
Ridgelight at 5° with Beams
Product Name
Ridgelight at 5° with Beams
Manufacturer
VELUX Commercial
Rooflights
Continuous rooflights and Roof windows

The Ridgelight at 5° is a self-supporting structure comprised of two rows of skylights with beams supporting the module sides.

 

The modular Ridgelight at 5° with beams is the ideal solution for large roof openings, bringing daylight into galleries, circulation areas and small internal courts. The Ridgelights add to the look and feel of the room and create an illusion of a small glass roof.

 

VELUX modular skylights are delivered with a 10-year guarantee on modules and flashings.

 

VELUX skylight specialists offer support throughout design, specification and installation, including design of the sub-construction needed for installation. Please note that sub-constructions are not included in the VELUX delivery.

 

Suitable for:
* Flat roof type
* Flat roofing material
* Opening width in roof min./max. 1.8-6.2 m (for venting modules 1.8-5.0 m)
* Rooflight installation pitch 5° 

 

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