This high-performance sliding system with its totally customizable look integrates with the 70TH doors and casement windows and meets the requirements of present-day architectural projects.
The original elegance of the lateral and central stiles is enhanced by the rich-looking finish of the frame profiles.
For the inside, three models of profiles, square, round, or chamfered, are available.
A choice of traditional handles alternates with an exclusive Installux design.
This high-performance sliding system harmonizes with the 70TH doors and casement windows and meets the requirements of present-day architectural
Square aspect in- and outside.
Choice of handles.
+ Glazing up to 32 mm.
+ Thermal shields
+ Central PVC interlock.
+ Aligned thermal surfaces thanks to latest-generation centered insulating bars.
+ Optional anti-bimetal twisting effect bar.
+ High profile inertia for large openings.
+ Suitable glazing pocket depth.
+ Sash weight up to 200 kg.
+ Numerous possibilities of design (2, 4, or 6 sashes).
+ Concealed drainage.
+ Grey or black gaskets.
+ Exclusive overlapping reinforced sash (residential).
+ Three inside aspects (residential).
+ Square aspect (building).
+ 3-point lock.
+ Glazing gasket with high tear-off resistance.
+ Operating effort: class 1.
+ Complying with RT2012, DTU 36.5, and LEB regulations.
+ Technique sanctioned by a CSTB TAD.
|A.E.V. (Air - Water - Wind)|
|Sliding door||2 sashes||A*3||E*7B||V*B3|
|Standard frames||Ug Value|
|Double Glazing (1)||Sliding window (1.85 x 1.63)||1,1||1,9||1,6||Th8|
|Sliding door (1.85 x 2.18)||1,1||1,8||1,6||Th9|
|Double Glazing (2)||Sliding window (1.85 x 1.63)||1,0||1,8||1,6||Th9|
|Sliding door (1.85 x 2.18)||1,0||1,7||1,5||Th9|
|(1) CSTB study report no. BV08-647|
|(2) SGG Planitherm® One Saint Gobain or similar|
|Glazing type||Thickn. (mm)||Rw|
|Double Glazing||4-16-4||French door 24||31||AC1|
|6-16-44/2 Silence||French door 31||35||AC2|
|CSTB study report no. AC08-26015481/1 for the windows|
|CSTB study report no. AC08-26015481/2 for the french doors|
DTA no. 6/11-1960 dd. 19 May 2011