Glass domes require special attention to the following during installation:
Structural support: Ensure that the support structure of the dome is strong enough to withstand the weight of the glass as well as the wind and snow loads of the external environment.
Glass Quality: Select high quality glass that meets safety standards to ensure stability and safety after installation.
Safety Standards: Follow local and international building safety standards and codes to ensure that the dome is designed and installed in accordance with the relevant regulations.
Climatic Factors: Consider the climatic conditions of the region and take measures to protect against wind, water and heat to ensure that the glass dome can be used in all weather conditions.
Construction Team: Hire an experienced, professional construction team that is familiar with the requirements of glass dome installation and can effectively respond to issues that may arise.
Construction Process Monitoring: Monitor and inspect the installation process to ensure that each step is carried out in accordance with the design and specifications, and that potential problems are identified and resolved in a timely manner.
Light Transmission Considerations: Consider the light transmittance of the glazing to ensure that the desired lighting effect is achieved after installation, while preventing excessive UV rays and heat from entering the interior of the building.
Maintenance Program: Establish a regular maintenance program that includes cleaning, inspection, and repair to keep the glass dome in good condition and extend its life.