ATCM - Insulite Fixed

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At Dayliter, we saw the need for another type of skylight; something that would allow those with a flat or very low pitched roof to be able to enjoy the benefits of a LoE 3 glass skylight.

As a result, Dayliter Skylights created the exclusive Insulite Skylight.

The aluminum thermally broken curb mount is a factory assembled unit consisting of an extruded aluminum base frame with all corners fusion welded to ensure an effective watertight frame, condensation gutter and weep holes.

The Insulite skylight consists of a standard Cardinal LoE-366 tempered glass sealed unit with an acrylic dome installed on top of the glass. The increased air space of the acrylic dome is a very effective buffer zone against heat, cold, and noise. The dome serves to repel the water from the flat surface, as well as giving the single or double glazed sealed unit a third layer that enhances the overall insulation and thermal efficiency of the unit.

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Dayliter Skylights - ATCM Acrylic Pyramid

Dayliter Skylights - ATCM Bronze Acrylic Pyramid

Dayliter Skylights - ATCM Acrylic Dome

Dayliter Skylights - ATCM Acrylic Dome

Dayliter Skylights - ATCM Glass

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Surface Material Options
  • Outer acrylic shape over tempered LoE3 Glass sealed unit
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Size Options
Standard sizes only available up to a 5' x 5' black line
Glazing & Color Options Glass:
  • Double glazed
  • Clear (custom glass color tints available)

  • Single glazed only
  • Clear, bronze or White
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10 year warranty Warranty
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  Cap Finish & Color Options
  • T6063 extruded aluminum frame with powder coated baked enamel paint finish - Brown, Black or White
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Acrylic Layer Shapes
  • Standard low profile dome
  • Flatlite
  • Ridgelite
  • Pyramid
  • Flat top pyramid
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