SPINIG is the trade name of our glass patch fitting system. We were the first to introduce such a system on the Polish market. It was designed, tested, deployed for production and widely used in the construction industry as our response to imported systems at the beginning of the 1990s.

It meets all the requirements of construction law and has the ITB Technical Approval no. AT-15-8292/2010. It has a very wide variety of applications in creation of all-glass architectural forms in different planes. It provides large, smooth and aesthetic surfaces giving the impression of their lightness. Our designers continue to adapt it to the changing requirements of individual architectural designs. Currently, we are increasingly using fittings glued to the glass in our projects which eliminates the need for drilling holes in the glass and we were able to obtain large, perfectly smooth surfaces that are easy to clean. During the 17 years of using the SPINIG system we have created thousands of small and large all-glass architectural forms. For example, the facade of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw is mounted on more than 20 thousand of our fittings. Architects are more and more often using our SPINIG system as a reference in their projects.

Production of all elements of our system is carried out in the country and is subject to Factory Production Control according to the certificate ITB-0484/Z.
Among others, we constructed the facades of the Chopin Center and the Polish Theater in Warsaw, the National Forum of Music in Wrocław and EKO-VIT in Łódź using the SPINIG system.



Glass is an ecologically friendly, challenging yet very rewarding and fashionable material to build all-glass architectural elements. The choice of glass is dictated by its properties which, in comparison with other commonly used construction materials, give it an advantage both aesthetically and technically. Glass is characterized by particularly high resistance to atmospheric factors, including humidity and UV radiation. To add to that, it has a high scratch resistance, is not affected by aging, dulling or loss of transparency, is highly rigid and strong, especially the tempered and laminated glass. Glass is increasingly becoming a material for construction of load-bearing structures in the form of fins. For many years we have been cooperating with leading glass manufacturers such as GUARDIAN, SAINT GOBAIN, PILKINGTON, AGC which continue to introduce new types of architectural glass to the market. Patch fitted glass does not require large and heavy load-bearing structures. With proper selection it allows for creating interesting and bold self-supporting structures, which results in their optical lightness, aesthetics and elegance of the created forms.s

Our task is to make optimal use of the parameters of these products in such a way as to meet the visions of ARCHITECTS and the expectations of INVESTORS, according to our motto "maximum glass, minimum steel" we can deliver and assemble individual glass components of ever larger dimensions, e.g.:
- insulated glass units measuring 3.00x12.00m
- glass fins up to 12.00m long
- insulated glass units and laminated glass curved on two different radii on one sheet



A glass fire resistant GMDV REI 60 ceiling has been designed, tested and put into production in cooperation with DUBIEL VITRUM. It holds the ITB fire resistance classification no. 1569/12/Z00NP. Maximum dimensions of a single sheet are 1200x2000mm. Direct lamination of fire resistant PYROSTOP 30-10 EI30 glass to load-bearing glass which ensures tightness, fire insulation and reduction of heat radiation, meeting the requirements of REI60 is an absolutely unique and innovative solution.

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The ceiling is usually supported by a steel grate secured to min. R 60 for the critical temperature Qcr = 500˚C at maximum dynamic load in normal conditions qk=4,0kN/m2 and deflection fk=L/300.

The study was conducted in accordance with the PN-EN 1365-2:Z002 standard in the ITB Fire Research Department in Warsaw.

DUBIEL VITRUM takes care of the production of sheets of the glass ceiling, while the GLASS-MAL GROUP provides advisory services for architectural studios, contractors and investors as well as designs and manufactures supporting structures and assembles finished ceilings.


ITB AT-15-8292/2010



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