CW 50-TT

CW 50-TT

Concept Wall 50 'Transom Transom'

Unlimited creative freedom and maximum entrance of light

Concept Wall® 50 is a façade and roof system that offers unlimited design freedom and allows maximum transparency. As such, CW 50 meets all requirements of contemporary architecture. Innovative solutions contribute towards the tendency of big, heavy and thick glass panes. CW 50 supports up to 150, 310 and 700 kg in various glass support configurations. Even more glass weight can be offered in bespoke solutions.

The system is available in several design and glazing variants, like steel beam look, standard pressure plates, structurally glazed and structurally clamped solutions. Specified levels of fire-resistance, burglar proof classes and thermal insulation, down to Uf = 0.56W/ m²K, are provided by different technical variants.

In addition to that, dedicated opening types can also be seamlessly integrated; a parallel opening window, a top hung window, a hidden vent turn and tilt window, but also a flush roof vent for integration in roof applications of CW 50.

The CW 50 stands for an extensive range of profiles, gaskets, accessories and tools. It is specially developed for easy fabrication and installation.


Technical information


Visible width interior50 mm 
Visible width exterior50 mm 
Max. weight vent (element)700 Kg kg 
Rebate height20 mm 
Min. Glass thickness6 mm 
Max. Glass thickness64 mm 
Glazing methodDry glazing with EPDM or neutral silicones
Fixing by pressure plates  
Visible width interior50 mm 
Visible width exterior50 or full glass facade mm 


Air tightness max. test pressureAE 1200 (1200 Pa)
Water tightness1200
Burglar resistanceRC 2/WK 2
RC 3/WK 3
Thermal insulation (Uf)0,8 W/m²K

Opening elements

  • All Reynaers SystemsAll Reynaers Systems
  • Parallel Opening WindowParallel Opening Window
  • Structural Parallel Opening WindowStructural Parallel Opening Window
  • Structural Top Hung WindowStructural Top Hung Window
  • Top Hung WindowTop Hung Window
  • Tuti Hidden VentTuti Hidden Vent