Unitized Curtain Wall System: The Titan Series

The Titan Unitized Series by Embury is specifically engineered to accommodate a wide range of unitized glazing system projects, regardless of complexity. With a primary focus on effortless installation, get your unitized curtain wall system customized according to your specific project needs.

Benefits of Unitized Curtain Wall Systems​

Improved Weatherproofing

Each panel is engineered to resist air and water infiltration, ensuring the building remains sealed and protected from the elements. This contributes to energy efficiency by minimizing heat loss or gains through the building envelope.

Structural Integrity

The panels are typically made of lightweight materials such as aluminum or steel frames combined with glass to provide strong resistance against wind loads and other external pressures.

Design Flexibility

Unitized curtain walls give any architectural structure a sleek and modern look, offering architects and designers greater flexibility in creating visually striking building facades. Panels can be customized in size, shape, and finish, allowing for a wide range of design possibilities. 

Thermal Efficiency

Glass curtain wall panels can be glazed to reduce UV light to stabilize interior temperatures. Over time, this increased thermal efficiency can help reduce energy costs.

The Trusted Unitized Curtain Wall System Manufacturers in North America

Since 1953 we’ve been a leader in the industry, sourcing from renowned suppliers. Our architectural metal panels offer unmatched quality to create beautiful unitized curtain walls and have adorned iconic buildings worldwide, exemplifying our commitment to breathtaking architectural designs.

The Titan Series offers an unparalleled solution for unitized glazing, catering to various types of building projects. Whether it be a high-density urban area with limited ground-level mobility or a corporate campus in a suburban locale, our innovative approach enables seamless customization to suit the specific demands of your project and enhance its visual appeal.

The unparalleled experience and expertise of the Embury team elevate the Titan Unitized Series to a level above our competitors. We invite you to experience the remarkable capabilities of our system firsthand, so you can transform your vision into a reality that exceeds all expectations.

  • TITAN 10000: Features a true unitized system with an 8” back section split mullion design and is suitable for very high wind loads, and 35-foot heights with strategically positioned anchor points.
  • TITAN 8000: A true unitized system with an 8” back section split mullion design suitable for up to 25 feet.
  • TITAN 6000: A true unitized system with a 6” back section split mullion design suitable for heights up to 15 feet.
  • TITAN 4000: A true unitized system with a 4” back section split mullion design suitable for building facades.


Manufactured with the needs of architects and builders in mind, our customized metal products and steel and aluminum curtain walls embody excellence through premium materials and exceptional longevity. Whether you need interior wall panel systems, column covers, or rain screen panel systems, discover our selection of robust metal sheets and panels to fortify the integrity of your building envelope.

What Is a Curtain Wall?

A curtain wall is an exterior building envelope system composing panels, typically made of glass, aluminum, or composite materials. Functional and aesthetically pleasing, curtain wall systems create a barrier between the interior and exterior of a building, offering insulation and weatherproofing, as well as serving as a modern, decorative element for the structure of the building.

What Are the Components of a Curtain Wall?

A curtain wall typically consists of several components, including:

  • Mullions (vertical rails): Provide structural support and anchor the curtain wall system to the building’s frame.
  • Transoms (horizontal rails): Connect the mullions and provide additional structural support.
  • Panels: The main glazing elements of the curtain wall are installed within the framework of the mullions and transoms, and are usually made of glass.
  • Anchors: Used to secure the curtain wall to the building structure and distribute the load forces, to ensure stability and safety.

What Is the Difference Between a Stick Curtain Wall and a Unitized Curtain Wall?

Stick curtain walls are site-built systems where the components are assembled on-site, requiring longer installation time. In contrast, unitized curtain walls are pre-fabricated larger panels transported and installed as whole sections on site, reducing installation time and labor.