Clearview National September 2018 - Issue 202 - Page 52

PROUD SPONSOR OF DOORS & WINDOWS DOORS&WINDOWS New sliding door meets demand for transitional living » » DRIVEN BY THE TREND FOR eliminating unattractive and protruding locking bolts whilst protecting the operator from risk of snagging. transitional indoor-outdoor living, aluminium systems specialist Sapa has launched its high- end sliding door – the C160S. Belonging to an entirely new generation of sliding systems, this energy efficient door combines a great aesthetic with high thermal performance - ideal for urban apartments and traditional homes alike. EXCELLENT WEATHER PERFORMANCE ACHIEVE BETTER ENERGY EFFICIENCY Reflecting increasing product performance requirements within building regulations, the C160S delivers the thermal values required for tomorrow’s residential needs, today. Energy performance is designed into the heart of the lift and slide door system coupling profiles with 50mm glass fibre reinforced polyamide strips to reduce thermal conduction. Further improvements to thermal performance, if required, can be achieved by the use of customised thermal barrier elements within the profile cavities of the door and frame. INTEGRATE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGN EFFORTLESSLY FRAME EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS WITH LARGE GLASS PANELS DESIGNED WITH ATTENTION TO DETAIL The improved thermal performance does not compromise the system’s strength. Capable of glazing areas up to 2.8m high, its range of track configurations provide multiple opening and fixed glaze options. Acoustic needs are also well catered for with glazing depths of up to 53mm making it ideally suited for environments where external noise might be problematic. Utilising stainless steel rails and polyamide rollers ensures the lift and slide system provides a light touch and ease of operation on even the largest of doors. Real attention has been paid to both finishing details and building integration; for example, integration of the frame into the building structure renders the outer frame near invisib ᥵ͥѡم)ݡݥ͠͠Ѽѡѕɹ)ȸ]ɔՍѕɅѥ́Ёͥ)Ʌхɐ܁ѡɕ͡ѥ)ɔمQ Lͼɕ́)́ɕٕ͔ɥݥѠ)Ёѕ́ѡɅͥ(ȃ M@ 0IY$\U, <4)ͥ屔ݥѡɕͥѥ)ѵ͕́́䁄ɽQ) Lͥ́ȁՅȁѥ)ѕɥȁեɕեɕ́)ЁЁѕɥȁ̸ͥ]Ѡٕ(ݑȁѕЁ́م)а́ȁͅѥѥ͕)͠ͽɥ́ͼ)ɕ́Ѽэѡɽ)ȁɑѕ)ɥѕɅѕ͕ݥѠݼٕ́)ɅȁЁ݅ѕȁمՅѥA4)ͭ́ѡɽ՝Ёѡеͱȁɕ)݅ѕȁɅЁɕɔݡѕٕȁЁ̸)ЁɅѥѡ L)ٕ́ɕͥٔݕѡȁəɵ)Aȁȁɵ䀡8ܤA)݅ѕȁѥѹ̀8ँA)ݥɕͥх8) ѥѡչѡ܁)ѕMé5ɭЁ5ȁ)́]ͽ)ͅ胊qQɕ́ɕ͕履ѥɕեɔ)ɝȁ́ͥ́ݕ쁡ݕٕȰݡ)ѡ͔ɔѼͱ́ѡѕ)ɕѠ͔Ʌѥɔɥѥ=) Ĺ́ݹ́)Ʌѥٔѡѥፕѥəɵ)ɕɭ͔͔IЁ L)ٕ́́ݔɔ܁Ѽ)٥͔ѥ͕ɝͱ镐ͽѥ)ݔݽձɝѽ́ѼхЁ́)ѥЁɕեɕt)ЁɔЁѡ Lͱ)ȁѕЁܹͅեѕ)լ) =UPMA) U%1%9MeMQ5L)ḾЁѡݽɱݥ!ɼ)ɽݡٕ́Ȁ̰啕̰)ɔѡչɥ́ɽ́ѡ)Qɽٕ́ɭ)مՔɽ́յմ)ɔѡЁɽՍȁ)յմɽ́ѡݽɱ) ѡɕͽɍ́ѡɽ)Mݽɭ́ѽѡȁݥѠQ)]Ѽȁɍѕ̰)́ѽ́ݥɅ)مѥٔյմѕ́)х݅ݥ̰́)Ёѥ̸