It has a similar shape but with an improved thermal and acoustic performance over the previous system version and is about a more economic window to fabricate by simplifying this phase and reducing the necessary manufacturing time by between 15 to 20%.
It is made up of external aluminium profiles that are assembled with 14,6 & 16 mm polyamide strips that make up the thermal breaking zone and improves notably its thermal insulation and being able to reach minimum transmission values of 1,1 (W/m²K).
The joining of the external aluminium frames and the internal timber mouldings can be carried out in two ways: by fixing independently with clips (this allows for the substitution of the mouldings and the possibility of other timber treatments that are different to those normally supplied) and by way of assembly using an EPDM gasket.
In both cases, this assembly ensures a perfect absorption of the different material expansions.
Thermal insulation coefficient – U value
Uf from 2,2 W/m2K
Uw from 1,3 W/m2K (according to the specific configuration, dimensions and glazing)
Maximum free space for glazing: 38-40 mm
Maximum sound insulation Rw = 40 db
Sections: frame – 66,4 mm, sash – 85,3 mm
Thickness of the aluminium profiles: profiles for windows – 1,5 mm, profiles for doors – 1,6 mm
Length of the thermal break: frame – 14,8 mm, sash – 16 mm
Maximum dimensions (width*height): 1400mm*2400mm (1 sash, tilt and turn window)
Maximum weight/sash: 100 kg
Wind resistance (according to EN 12210:2000): Class C5
Water tightness (according to EN 12208:2000): Class 9A
Air permeability (according to EN 12207:2000): Class 4
* Possibility of dual colour
* Colour powder coating (RAL, mottled & rough)
* Wood effect powder coating
* Anti-bacterial powder coating
* American Oak, Sapelly, Mellis Pine and other timber options available on order (all of which are treated with an ecological varnish that is without dissolvent and is satin and transparent).