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Automatic sliding rooflight

MARS Rooflight

MARS stands for modern automated rooflight system and that’s exactly what this system has been designed to achieve. The bespoke system has been developed in house to deliver specialised, innovative roof glazing solutions. Manufactured and engineered in the UK, the automated systems boast an impressive 10 week lead time.

The premium system can be used to add ventilation to the living area beneath and to grant access to a roof terrace. Due to the unique design, there are few limitations on shape, structure or size. The standard motor can take a weight of up to 320kg, larger sizes can be achieved using a bigger motor and each rooflight is installed with a cover for the motor as standard. The covers are removeable with ease, for maintenance and access purposes. 


Modern Rooflight System

Both the frame and the cassette in the MARS are fully thermally broken to ensure the glazed area remains condensation free and to eliminate any heat escaping during colder months. As standard the rooflights are fitted with 3 sets of brush seals, ensuring weather tightness. An integrated weather bar is fitted to ensure rainwater runs off the system, no matter what angle the rooflight sits.

The system can be installed at a variety of angles to suit existing roof structures, anywhere from a 3 to a 35 degree angle is within reach thanks to the bespoke nature of these sophisticated systems. The best angle for an automated rooflight installation will be determined by a number of factors including direction of sliding component and structural positioning.

The minimalistic appearance of the MARS is achieved by structurally bonding the glass into the sliding frame, furthermore adding to the high security levels. For a more subtle installation, plaster board can be brought over the internal frame to create the perfect minimalist interior.


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Weather sensor integration

Optional integrations include a weather station, to automatically close the rooflight if rain or extreme winds are detected by the sensors. This integration wouldn’t be recommended for rooflights that are used for roof terrace access due to them needing to be manually operated.

IQ’s technological advances have allowed us to integrate a cloud based fault checking system. This enables technical experts to access the mechanism/system remotely to discover any technical faults before a site visit is required, adding to user convenience.


Smart home integration

The automated rooflight system can be integrated to work with home automation systems, making it the perfect addition to any smart home. There is a wide range of options available for switches or buttons to open/close the sliding system, making it suitable for a variety of home designs both traditional and modern.

Thanks to the stainless steel rail and mechanisms, the high quality system is perfectly suitable for coastal environments and will stand the test of time in harsh conditions.

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Automatic sliding rooflight

Technical specification

8mm TXD / 20mm argon gas filled cavity with warm edge spacers / 13.5mm TXD – SGP – LAM

A laminated inner pane is essential to provide safety in any over head glazing.

The glass is structurally bonded into the frame for increased security and to offer a minimal aesthetic.

The frame is fully thermally broken to ensure high thermal performances and no risk of condensation build up.




MARS Auto Sliding Rooflight Product Data Sheet