The Fakro DXW flat roof window ensures you can walk across its surface freely.
The DXW has a fully anti-slip surface, can withstand heavy stresses and is equipped with laminated, P2A anti-burglary glass as standard.
The frame in flat roof windows is made of multi-chamber PVC profiles partially manufactured from recycled raw material. Inner surface of the frame is white.
Material from which the profiles are made features high resistance to acids and very low moisture absorption, therefore the window can be used in any room.
Profiles are filled inside with insulating material which additionally improves thermal parameters of the product.
Additional profiles clamping covering materials under eaves of the frame facilitate finish of the flat roof window connection with the roof covering.
Safe, double chamber glazing unit with heat transfer coefficient Ug = 0.5 m2/K is used in windows.
The Fakro video shows a professional bike performer demonstrating the strength and safety of the new Fakro DXW windows and prepared structures.
To watch the video go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFUBSl3MfIA
FAKRO GB Limited
Astron Business Park
phone: 01283 554755
fax: 01283 224545
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