Our Slimline system meets global design, thermal and acoustics requirements with the help of exceptional binding polyamides and high energy performance glass. Our systems have a slim 20mm interlock profile and can accommodate a maximum vent size of 6m in height and 3m in width with glass units up to 42mm in thickness. The system offers both, manual and motorized remote-controlled options. First, in its kind, the system allows you multiple floor options from concealed to flush floors.
Georgian Doors are traditional doors that date back to the 18th & 19th Centuries. These doors were traditionally made in wood and were broken into six or more panels due to manufacturing limitation in the size of the glass.
This traditional look is still extremely popular with Architects and now you can have the same look in our Aluminium doors with the use of Georgian Bars, which are attached to the glass panel thereby giving the same feel and look.
We provide a highly flexible sliding and lift-and-slide system with narrow face widths for large-area glazing units. Sliding and lift-and-slide system offer optimal solutions with high transparency. Our systems boast large- scale units of up to 3.5m x 3.2m or 3.2m x 3.5m creating a pleasant atmosphere with living spaces that are flooded with light. We have systems for various openings with single, double and triple-track systems providing greater design freedom. Available in non-thermal, thermal and highly insulated systems.
Thermal Break Aluminium – The Aluminum frame (section) is separated into two separate interior and exterior pieces joined with a less conductive material thereby reducing temperature transfer through the frame. By installing thermally broken double glazed windows and doors, you will be able to stop the noise by up to 60% and keep your home cooler during the hot Indian summer.
Benefits of thermal break aluminium door window systems:
Wood Cladded Aluminium – These are Thermal Break Aluminium systems where the internal frame of aluminium is cladded with wood. As the main frame is all aluminium these systems are more durable than the traditional Aluwood frames yet giving the same look as for them the effect of variable weather on these systems are far lesser than in the Aluwood systems.
Aluwood – Wood aluminium door systems put together with wood & aluminium separated by a spacer, with wood on the inside and aluminium on the outside. As the wood is on the inside and is protected from external weather conditions, it endures for many years without requiring much maintenance treatment. In this system, you can also select colours for internal and external place independent from each other among many different variations of colours. While making choice for the appropriate colour to frontage in the aluminium part, you can also select the colour and texture of the wood for the inner space according to your own style.
Sliding Folding doors, as the name suggests, are doors with multiple panels that slide and stack on one side or both sides of the door. The door panels slide on the bottom channel, which is inserted in the floor to give a seamless finish.
These doors are ideally suited for seamless transition between indoor and outdoor areas, as well as transition between two indoor areas whenever required. Our Bi-fold door shutters can be 3m in height and 1.2 m in width thereby giving options for large panels and reducing the number of shutters.
Various opening/sliding combinations are available giving flexibility in design and usage.
With narrow face widths and an extremely small basic depth of 50 mm, Our non-insulated aluminium door system is designed especially for use in interiors. Thanks to its stable construction floor-to-ceiling units can be reliably implemented, guaranteeing a variety of possible uses from door constructions and partition walls to draught lobbies and reception areas.
Our insulated aluminium door system has a basic depth of 65mm and is particularly suited to warmer climate zones. The system can be used as a cost-effective solution in a variety of ways, including integration in building automation systems. Due to its compatibility with numerous façade systems, developers and architects have ample design options to integrate the door system in the building envelope, e.g. as a manual or automated door solution for main and side entrance areas of public buildings with normal levels of use.
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