Passivhaus certified

Date: 4 October 2011
The KBE System 88, which was launched by Kömmerling in July, has now received the prestigious PassivHaus certification.

While several systems companies in the UK have claimed they are able to meet PassivHaus standards, few have the certification to back up their claims.

This new innovative and award-winning system benefits from a number of key features, including the inherent 6 chambered, 88mm optimum frame depth design credentials. It can boast an impressive 0.7 W/(m²K) 'U' value, using Argon gas filling in the IGU, exceeding the Passivhaus specification and is designed to include high performance triple glazing as standard.

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