Aluprof has launched its new MB Slimline system, designed with its slimmest window frame sight lines and increased light transmittance.
The MB Slimline window offers a fixed light and opening light aluminium face width of 32.55mm. The slimline system offers both impressive aesthetics and high thermal performance.
U values of below 1.00 can be achieved, as the new system accepts both double and triple glazing options coupled with aluminium profiles which use wide polyamide thermal break.
The MB Slimline system is available in a wide range of profiles and can offer high inertia rating and slim deep profiles. This allows the specifier the ability to use the system in any large or small windows spaces.
Suited to both new build and replacement projects in residential and commercial environments, the MB Slimline system offers an ideal solution for projects where slim line are vital to the aesthetic appearance of the building.
MB Slimline joins a wide portfolio of aluminium systems offered by Aluprof which includes curtain wall systems, door windows and high performance aluminium fire rated systems.
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