Profile 22 adds Optima window system to U-Comply N to provide quick and easy way to calculate thermal efficiency ratings

Profile 22 adds Optima window system to U-Comply N to provide quick and easy way to calculate thermal efficiency ratings
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Profile 22 has just added 24mm and 28mm variations of its Optima window system to U-Comply N, an online calculator that allows fabricators and installers to calculate thermal efficiency ratings.

Gerald Allen, Profile 22’s Marketing Manager, said: “The U-Comply N calculator now allows you to demonstrate compliance on any number of Optima window specifications. As well as eliminating the significant costs involved in testing different specifications of windows, you can also use U-Comply N to demonstrate Optima’s compliance with the new regulations.”

U-Comply N can be accessed at http://technical.epwingroup.com. The calculator has been approved by BSI as a Notified Body and automatically creates BSI Approved Notified Body Reports for CE marking.

The calculator has been designed to be easy to use and work across all devices, which means it can be accessed on the go as well as in the office. It also offers complete flexibility in window construction options, so the thermal efficiency of even the most bespoke of projects can be calculated.

Gerald commented: “The newly updated calculator will be a vital tool for in-house and administration teams. It will also provide a valuable selling tool for sales teams.”

Pricing for the calculator is simple: a single one-off fee allows a fabricator or installer to create an unlimited number of reports.

Profile 22’s Optima system has taken the industry by storm since it was launched last year thanks to its 21st century design and innovation. What’s clear from this latest development from Profile 22 is that the support is similarly cutting edge.

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