Structural glass wall design elements utilize point supported glass fitting to create glass walls by stacking glass panels. Glass stabilizers (fins) may be used to provide structural support. Stainless steel spider fittings provide total all-glass vision without obstruction and add maximum flexibility to design.
Most interior glass walls are designed using ½” thick fully tempered glass. Two-sided support requires glass to be supported at head and sill. Three-sided support employs fully tempered glass stabilizers to add structural support at the jambs.