The SOLEAL FY 65 window system is high-performance and innovative, bringing a host of technical advancements and design features that will enhance your project.
The SOLEAL system uses a 65mm deep profile and common components to give architects, contractors, and fabricators the benefit of an extensive choice of construction options, combined with ease of specification and maximum efficiency in manufacturing.
The stylish visible opening frame provides a contemporary, modern aesthetic.
A traditional sash window that may be used in heritage and conservation areas where Georgian and Victorian architecture is predominate. The ease of operation and excellent natural ventilation rates means that VS 600 is also suited to high occupancy buildings.
The window offers a flush opening with no projection into or out of the building, this style of window is frequently used on schools and hospitals.
VS 600 hardware has been designed alongside the experts at Caldwell and utilises various standard hardware designs. As well as the vertical sliding sash, VS 600 features a ‘tilt in’ operation that facilitates the cleaning of the external glass.
The system features low line glazing gasket that will accept 28mm sealed units. The system can achieve overall U Values of 1.6W/m²K and a W.E.R. C rating. VS 600 windows also feature concealed drainage and a concealed coupling option.
Highly insulated, MB-Slimline window system with thermal break is intended for fabrication of external structure elements such as various types of highly resistant, inward-openable windows (side-hung, hopper, tilt-and-turn windows) and fixed windows of an excellent water resistance, air tightness, and sound insulation performance. With its very small-width aluminium profiles, visible from the external side of the construction, MB-Slimline enables to fabricate casements in two variants – with visible or invisible profiles (SG) from the external side of the structure. When invisible casements are used, the appearance of openable and fixed units is almost identical. This system can also greatly replace the old-style windows, made of steel profiles and maintain a similar appearance from the outside of the construction, while significantly increasing the thermal insulation of the partition.