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Into something good with Inno-Dome from Building Innovation

  • 31 Jan 2018

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The launch of Inno-Dome from Building Innovation has grown its range of specialist roofing solutions considerably, with this curved rooflight designed to integrate effortlessly as part of any Building Innovation tapered insulation system.

Ideal for roofing applications up to a maximum roof slope of 25°, the Inno-Dome range has flexibility firmly at its core and are available with a range of glazing options, base heights and kerb specifications dependent on application.

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Inno-Dome can be designed as fixed or opening skylights, or as smoke and heat extraction units. The glazing options allow light transmission rates of up to almost 50%, illuminating internal spaces and helping to reduce artificial lighting demand.

The unit bases can be speedily and simply fitted and are designed to lower thermal bridging through a range of insulated core options.

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