Comar Architectural Aluminium Systems has launched a new Passivhaus certified window range which offers u-values as low as 0.66 W/m2K.
The new Comar 10 range is made up of inward opening, tilt & turn and fixed lights that are internally beaded and glazed. The range is certified by the Passivhaus Institute for cool temperature areas and costs 70 percent less to manufacture than traditional windows.
Comar 10 windows boast future-proof and energy saving properties, and require minimal care and maintenance once installed. The windows utilise what Comar has described as “groundbreaking technology” to offer high thermal insulation within 90mm deep outer frames.
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