The system is capable of holding double or triple glazed units ranging from 24mm to 50mm in thickness via the use of various gaskets and thermal breaks.
Designed and developed to ensure that high aesthetics are equally matched by consistent and reliable construction quality.
Suitable for ground floor or high rise projects, full design support and technical back-up is available, while there are future plans for Building Information Modelling (BIM) compatibility.
The thermal barriers’ inherent insulation properties ensure that heat loss is minimal, and overall U-Values are significantly reduced.
When specified correctly, the Pure range can give U-Values as low as 0.8 W/m2K uw for CEN Standard windows.
The fully-tested system meets current and exceeds future legislation.
The Pure system can be used in any setting, from commercial to domestic, education to healthcare, new build, refurbishment or retro fit.
Senior Architectural Systems,
Phone: 01709 772600
Fax: 01709 772601
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