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Unobstructed views with new Fakro high pivot PVC roof window

  • 5 Jun 2015

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Fakro PYP-V high-pivot PVC roof window.

PYP-V proSky® high-pivot PVC roof window

One of the new Fakro roof windows launched for 2015 .

The innovative balanced hinge mechanism enables the sash to be positioned as required so that users can stand with an unobstructed in an open window.

The sash height is significantly greater than a standard roof window to maximise use of natural daylight and views from the room.

  • available in Golden Oak and Pine to complement exposed timber features, doors and floors – or white to match existing windows

How the high pivot works

The axis of rotation is situated above the centre of the window so even a tall person can easily walk up to the window edge.

The lower part of the sash fulfils a top hung window function and the upper part of the sash is an additional source of daylight.

The sash when opened in position from 0 to 45 degrees is supported by innovative supporting mechanism enabling the sash to be open in any position within this range.

  • Automatic air inlet V40P.
  • Standard equipped with energy efficient glazing unit U3
  • Highest quality pine wood, glued in layers, vacuum impregnated
  • Double coated wood with ecological acrylic lacquer in natural colour
  • Sash rotated through 160 degrees is locked by the bolt for cleaning
  • Increased resistance to burglary – TopSafe system
  • Wide range of accessories
  • Installation range 20-65°

FAKRO GB Limited

FAKRO House,
Astron Business Park

Hearthcote
Road
Swadlincote

DE11 9DW

phone: 01283 554755

fax: 01283 224545

Visit Fakro's website

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