Key Features / Performance Characteristics

  • Series 406 FrontGLAZE™ framing is designed to complement other AWS framing and doors.

  • High water resistance can be achieved successfully tested at 600Pa water resistance.

  • Large variety of transom and mullion alternatives, Series 406 will also accept many of the Series 400 CentreGLAZE™ frame accessories including doors, sub-frames and thresholds.

  • Industry standard glazing pocket with true captive glazing wedge.

  • Three mullion designs allow frames to be constructed with snap together mullion and expansion mullion with central weather leg for improved waterproofing.

  • Two midrail sizes (50mm and 125mm).

  • Large variety of glazing and beading options.

  • Built-in drip groove on transoms to encourage water to leave framing face.

  • Sills and transoms are splayed at 25º to reduce the chance of dust and pollution build-up.

Render 406
Maximum Panel Height* Various
Maximum Panel Width* Various
Maximum Glass Thickness ≤ 10.38mm
BAL40 Testing Certified Acoustics Testing Certified AS2047 Testing Certified

*Subject to individual site conditions and wind loads.
Contact AWS Technical Support for more information,
e-mail techsupport@awsaustralia.com.au


Series 406 FrontGLAZE™ framing external view

Features Overview

  • Framing

    Front glazed framing with a variety of transom details, including double beads as detailed.

  • Drainage

    Concealed drainage designed to shed water more efficiently.

  • Mullions

    Various mullion details for site windload conditions.

  • Sub-Framing

    Sub-sill, head and jambs available.


  • Transoms

    Specifically designed transoms varying applications and conditions.

  • Hinged Doors

    Can accept all types of commercial hinged doors.

Feature Projects

Flying High

DLG Aluminium & Glazing deliver a unique approach to commercial framing at the Australian Airline Training Academy.

When the Australian Airline Training Academy decided to build a large, multi-purpose building that would house not one but three very separate functions, the challenge was to balance form with function.

True to their commitment to innovation, the team at Leffler Simes Architects set to work to design a façade that seamlessly transitioned walls, windows and doors within the rigid confines of a steel-grid frame construction.

Find out more

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