Trinity Leeds

Trinity Leeds. GB.

Trinity Leeds. GB.

A delicate yet exuberant 37,000 sq. m. glass construction raises itself above TRINITY LEEDS, a large square in the midst of a 100,000 sq. m. shopping centre in Leeds, designed by architects Chapman Taylor.

In order to make this enormous glass surface safely accessible for subsequent tasks, seven INNOTECH lifeline systems of 216 m total length were planned and installed jointly with Seele Austria.

AIO-SYST-20 and AIO SYST-20-SZH were developed for this; these are used as anchor points, end and corner points, and intermediate brackets in the cable system.
Their special features: By means of slider guides, the components fit perfectly to the profile width of between 475 mm and 695 mm.
The distance between supports was extended from 7 to 12 m. The distance between the raised beading on the corrugated sheeting and intermediate brackets is up to 200 mm. They were designed specifically for corrugated sheeting cover caps (steel/aluminium) with a sheet thickness of at least 0.5 mm.

Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
Trinity Leeds. GB.
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