VELUX emergency exit dome

CXP
From xxxx€

The VELUX emergency exit dome is an attractive roof access window, with a free exit height up to 1187 mm and a 60° opening for easy roof access. The double-glazed unit has a laminated inner pane for additional safety. Available in transparent or opaque.

Benefits

  • Low-energy pane and high-insulation PVC sash
  • Easy access to the roof, terrace or in case of emergency
  • Opens on reliable gas arm struts
  • Excellent insulating value and sound reduction
  • Available in three sizes

Product details

PVC
  • 1
    Polycarbonate dome

    Polycarbonate dome

    Robust polycarbonate material used in the VELUX emergency exit dome is virtually impervious to damage from hail, ice pellets and other extreme weather.
  • 2
    60° opening

    60° opening

    The VELUX emergency exit dome has been designed for use in emergency situations, when quick access to the roof is required – or simply to give easy access to a roof terrace. The top unit opens all the way up to 60° for unimpeded access.
  • 3
    Insulated PVC frame and two-layer pane

    Insulated PVC frame and two-layer pane

    An ideal combination of insulating PVC frame and double-paned, low-energy inner glass ensures heat doesn’t escape through the window, so your ideal indoor climate is maintained. 
  • 4
    Manual operation

    Manual operation

    Simply push open the top for easy and quick roof access. Top opens smoothly on gas arm struts.

Materials

  • Internal finish

    Maintenance free PVC

    Practical seamless design and use of PVC material helps keep the internal finish clean
  • External finish
    Obscure dome
    Clear dome

    External finish

    Acrylic or polycarbonate top unit.
  • Glazing performance

    73 pane

    Two-later, low energy pane with laminated internal pane and a 4mm toughened outer pane with heat insulation

  • Operation

    Manual

    Manual operation with handles and special locking devices.


For professionals

Are you an installer, architect or a dealer – follow the below links to find more information about installation, drawings and technical details. If you are looking more tools and information - go to the professional section to find even more such as installation videos, architect cases, CE marking, how to become a VELUX certified installer