West Leigh introduces new generation energy efficient steel windows

  • 19 Jul 2017

West Leigh has introduced the W50 TB steel window to extend its range of solutions and provide energy efficiency and aesthetics.

With narrow sight lines and a U-value as low as 1.4 W/m2K, depending on the glazing unit employed, the W50 TB steel window is based on highly engineered, thermally broken steel sections designed to closely replicate the character of the traditional W20 steel window.

West Leigh developed new window manufacturing techniques and appropriate pain applications for the W50 TB steel window. 

It offers all the benefits traditionally associated with steel windows, including slender profiles, large panes of glass, good light transmission and large opening windows, the W50 TB provides incredible versatility.

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