Cero by Solarlux exclusively offers great design freedom and many potential application possibilities to be installed in even the most architecturally demanding buildings. The system components consists of sliding, fixed or corner elements that can be combined in numerous configurations. Despite the glass panels weighing up to 1,000 KGs, Cero sliding doors can be opened and closed effortlessly. Cero’s uniqueness lies within the integrated glass with rebate ventilation, enabling the venting and controlled drainage of the window edge. Additionally, Cero can be equipped with special glass that can be integrated into an existing alarm system, or alternatively, the use of an intruder alarm sensor that activates when the glass breaks is also possible.
The flush floor tracks can either be installed level with the indoor floor or given a slight ramp on the inside and/or outside.
An unrestricted design allows numerous possibilities of combining sliding and fixed panels, or even open corner solutions
Cero offers choices for triple or double glazing variants and provides optimised thermal insulation function as low as 0.8 W/m²K, increasing energy efficiency, thus reducing home heating and cooling costs.
Cero opens rooms with extensive glass panels, great transparency dissolves the line between interior and exterior. With its 34mm only narrow frames and sections, emphasised by 98% glass, it offers unlimited possibilities, even to the most architecturally demanding of buildings.
Cero is tested and can be certified to the highest security standards (RC2 and Rc3). Huge glass panels of up to 15m² in combination with 2-point rod locking system makes up the most reliable security system. Connection for alarm systems or glass-break sensors are also possbile.
iF Gold Award
German Design Award
The range of combination options for cero sliding, fixed and corner elements is almost limitless. They offer an astounding degree of creative freedom in terms of design, and are suitable for any floor plan.
Cero by Solarlux exclusively offers great design freedom and many potential application possibilities to be installed in even the most architecturally demanding buildings.