Anchors/ Anchors for glass elements
59 Power Road 01886 Westford United States
Tel.: (+1) 978 692 0555
Fax: (+1) 978 692 0666
Company specialized in the design, analysis and fabrication of light stainless steel hardware for glass structures. They use computerized 3D systems for the design of parts and fabrications.
A combination of standard parts and custom-designed parts are used, always seeking maximum transparency and minimum weight and size. The tension members themselves are made from a range of materials; medium (ø 4.8-101.6 mm) and high strength (ø 4.4-38.1 mm) stainless steel rods, stainless (ø 6.4-36.0 mm) and galvanized (ø 9.5-101.6 mm) steel cables and larger diameter steel rods. Fittings are always designed to be stronger than the rods or cables.
Together with other contractors and consultants, TryPyramid has done projects such as I.M.Pei’s Louvre pyramid (Paris).
Louvre pyramid tension rod support system in Paris, France. Arch.: I.M. Pei & Associates
Glass Skylight, MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences Complex in Cambridge, MA, USA. Arch.: Charles Correa Associates and Goody Clancy.
Painted steel truss elements with stainless steel tension rods and fittings support dead load and provide wind bracing for the glass facade.
Some standard tension rods made of stainless or galvanized steel featured by TriPyramid.
Some standard cables made of stainless or galvanized steel featured by TriPyramid.
Custom stainless steel standoffs fix the balustrade glass securely to the steel tread brackets. New York City, USA.
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