Double Pitch – Hurricane Rated
Wasco’s double pitch metal-framed skylight structures with hurricane resistant glazing offer virtually unlimited design possibilities for a fully customized configuration.
Our Hurricane Resistant Skylights provide superior safety and security that meets Dade County HVHZ, IBC/IRC and other stringent state building codes for skylights installed in Wind Zone 3 coastal applications.
Our Pinnacle framing systems support spans of up to 15’ wide with unlimited lengths, and is available with a wide range finish options.
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Kynar and Baked Enamel colors shown. Anodized colors also available.
- Finish Options
- Glass Glazing Options
- Framing Options
Wasco skylight structures are available in a broad range of colors and finishes:
- Mill (Standard)
- Anodized – Clear, Bronze (Dark, Medium or Light)
- Kynar (Various colors)
- Baked Enamel (Various colors)
Wasco uses hurricane-resistant insulating glass made of heat strengthened low-E lites permanently bonded with one or more interlayers of durable SGP (DuPont SentryGlas® Plus). In exhaustive impact tests, broken glass fragments have adhered to the bonded plastic vinyl interlayer, reducing the risk of injury, shattered glass and breaching the building envelope.
Available in Pinnacle 350 and 600 framing systems with 3.5″ or 6″ aluminum rafters. Tested to meet 80 psf design pressure, and small and large missile impact. Available with laminated or insulating glazing. Up to 15′ wide spans.*
*Approximate, contact your locals sales representative for more information.
Pinnacle HU System
For spectacular large-scale custom structures spanning up to 15 feet, at any pitch you desire between 15° and 60°.
With its variable-pitch hinge design, the Pinnacle Systems offer you the versatility of a custom configured structural skylight system with the reliability and cost savings of standardized engineering, construction and installation. Fast on-site assembly and installation.
- Built to order from stock for shorter lead times
- Fewer parts, faster on-site assembly
- Narrow profiles provide clean lines
- Larger span capability
Components always assemble the same consistent way. Sills encompass the entire perimeter so installers rely less on sealants.
Continuous sill enclosure around skylight perimeter helps reduce air infiltration through weep holes and effectively guards against water intrusion. Thermally-enhanced construction.