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Award-winning Sidey KitFix System windows & doors for offsite construction

  • 18 May 2016

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Sidey patented KitFix® System – the turn key offsite solution

  • enables windows and doors to be factory fitted by offsite manufacturers
  • adds value to light gauge steel frame, structural timber frame, SIPS and concrete panels
  • delivers significant benefits to contractors, developers and clients
  • contributes to fenestration being ‘designed for manufacture and assembly’ (DFMA)

Download the Sidey KitFix® System Brochure or watch the video

The KitFix® system enables fully glazed, fully finished windows and doors to be installed offsite into panels or volumetric solutions manufactured from light gauge steel, timber frame, SIPS and concrete as part of the production process whilst having no effect on the stacking, transportation and erection of finished panels.

The Sidey KitFix® System offers many advantages and gives designers, contractors and developers as well as OSM’s an innovative yet highly effective way of supplying wind and watertight structures from the moment the building envelope is erected and roof is added.

Key benefits of KitFix® offsite installed windows and doors

  • Faster Site Build
  • Higher performing structures
  • Cheaper through lower costs
  • Closure of performance gap between designed and as-built
  • Improved Health & Safety
  • Mitigates fire risk
  • Higher Consistent Quality
  • De-skills fenestration installation process
  • Increased Profit
  • Adds value
  • Environmentally favourable & reduced carbon footprint

Contact:

Sidey,
53 Feus Road,
Perth,
PH1 2AX

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