greenteQ Invisifold at Fensterbau Frontale

greenteQ Invisifold at Fensterbau Frontale
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VBH, the largest hardware distributor in Europe, will have products on several stands at Fensterbau Frontale, 21st-24th March, Nuremberg, Germany.

The exhibition is established as the leading in Europe for innovative door and fenestration products.

VBH’s unique greenteQ Invisifold system will be present on a number of stands including Veka (Stand 6-253), Kommerling-Profine (Stand 7-453) and Schueco (Stand 7-403).

Invisifold is a unique slide and fold system for both doors and windows, allowing each sash to be moved individually for a full opening, or positioned to give controlled ventilation. VBH’s greenteQ door hardware is PAS24 and BSI approved, providing fabricators and installers with Document Q compliancy. No visible hinges or hardware, and no limits to the number of panels equals a streamlined and contemporary design.

Simon Monks, MD at VBH (GB) comments: “It's great to see that our own innovative greenteQ Invisifold system will be on the stands of so many leading systems companies.”

VBH’s greenteQ range is a growing suite of window and door furniture, colour-matched for a seamless and integrated look.

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