Manage stand orders
Select Option

Josef Gartner GmbH

Gartnerstr. 20, 89423 Gundelfingen
Telephone +49 9073 84-0
Fax +49 9073 84-1903

This company is co-exhibitor of
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH

Hall map

glasstec 2018 hall map (Hall 11): stand D42

Fairground map

glasstec 2018 fairground map: Hall 11


Jürgen Wax


+49 9073 84 0


Dr. Jochen Mignat

Dr. Mignat PR - Presseberater

+49 6181 507 91 22


Birgit Hafner

Manager Corporate Communications

+49 9073 84 2380


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Glass products and applications
  • 03.07  Processed flat glass
  • 03.07.02  Transparent glass facade systems
  •  Element facades made of glass

Our products

Product category: Element facades made of glass

Integrated Steel Façades

The integrated façade was patented by Josef Gartner GmbH in 1968. We allowed ourselves to be inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s credo “less is more” and developed the “integrated façade”. Besides its main purpose to support the glass, the framework is flown by water and serves as heating and cooling surface. Radiators and, to some extent, air conditioning systems can become redundant.

Main objectives of integrated façades:
Create a high level of comfort even close to the glass surface
More efficient use of space
Prevent cold air dropping from high glass walls (halls, atria, gallerias etc.)
Prevent condensation at glass roofs and domes or at areas with high humidity (e.g. swimming pools, botanical gardens)
Contributes to high hygienic standards of e.g. hospitals
Save natural resources by reducing energy consumption
These goals are achieved by:
Fully unitized, prefabricated and tested curtain wall panels
Closed water circulation systems with mechanic or electronic valves
High performance thermal break between inner and outer frame extrusion
Working mainly as a radiator the warm water supply temperature is 40 to 50 degrees Celsius only
GARTNER has completed more than 500 integrated façades. We have installed complex envelopes for e.g. the BMW Welt in Munich and the EMPAC in Troy, NY.
We are pleased to share our expertise with architects and planners during a timely integrated planning process. It is our challenge to find custom oriented solutions while considering all aspects of the individual project.

More Less

Product category: Element facades made of glass

Closed Cavity Façades

Closed Cavity Façade is a double skin façade where the cavity between the inner and the outer skin is completely sealed. Dry and clean air is constantly fed into the façade cavity in order to prevent the formation of condensation on the glazing. Outside conditions are constantly monitored electronically and the quantity of dry air is adjusted accordingly. As a result, energy consumption is reduced to a minimum.

Main Selling Points
Simple and efficient
The idea of the Closed Cavity Façade is simple: a closed double skin façade that improves transparency, energy efficiency and cost efficiency. The CCF-Façade is an energy saving façade.
Highly transparent glazing
The unique transparency of this type of façades is achieved
through the use of daylight-optimized glass without dark solar control coatings.
Highly efficient sun protection
The sealed façade cavity allows the use of highly efficient sun protection systems including control systems or light guidance and retro-reflection. The reflective surfaces of the solar control systems remain effective in the long-term.
Higher thermal and sound insulation
The CCF-Façade provides excellent thermal protection during winter and summer. Together with highly transparent glazing and good climate control, CCF-Façades meet even the highest comfort requirements.
Less time, effort and money for maintenance and repair
All control components are designed maintenance-free. As the façade cavity is protected from contamination, there is no need for cleaning.

More Less

Product category: Element facades made of glass

Filigree Steel Façades

One of the essential aims of steel/glass constructions is to achieve maximum transparency. In order to attain this aim, construction systems are becoming increasingly filigreed.

To this end, an increasing use of frameworks subject to normal forces is now made, since they require smaller-sized load transfer sections compared to structures subject to bending loads. The loads generated by normal forces act in both compression and tension. If systems are designed primarily for exposure to tensile load, further reduction of the frame structure is possible.

The result is the creation of filigree glass constructions that can be used both in façades and roofing.

More Less

About us

Company details

At its headquarters in Germany Gartner designs and manufactures mainly custom-made envelopes in aluminum and steel. Next to curtain walls Gartner also offers the engineering, supply and installation of interiors systems.

Today Gartner comprises more than 1,300 employees in the HQ in Germany and in the main subsidiaries in UK, Switzerland, USA, Russian Federation and Hong Kong. From 2001, Gartner is part of Permasteelisa Group, the largest international curtain wall manufacturer worldwide.

Our in-house services comprise early consulting & planning, technical research & development, design & engineering, project management, performance testing, aluminum and steel production, logistics, installation and after sales service.

Today, building envelopes are conceived and designed to meet the highest architectural demands, yet at the same time to be energy efficient. End users expect highest comfort levels and optimum internal environments, tenants low operating and maintenance costs, and clients a dependable and first class provider for their building façades.

As part of Permasteelisa Group, we are meeting these challenges internationally. Thus, we have developed and built energy-saving and low maintenance façades, such as the Closed Cavity Façade (CCF). In order to fulfil new architectural ambitions, we use new and innovative materials such as glass-fibre reinforced polymers (GRP) for free-form geometries and define specific glazing properties to achieve special effects as well as the most efficient use of daylight. For the refurbishment of buildings, predominantly driven by criteria of energy efficiency, we renew façades that may have been completed only a few decades ago, reflecting the considerable advances façade technology has made until now.

With our focus on continuous improvement of project planning and implementation, we have made those sectors of our operations safer and more reliable. In short, Gartner not only regularly review and renew its façade products, but also itself as an organisation.

More Less

Company data

Number of employees

> 500



Area of business

Glass applications in the construction industry and façade area

Target groups
  • Manufacturing, Processing and Finishing
  • Architecture / Construction
  • Windows and Facades