Visitors to the Schueco Jansen Stand will see systems that reflect the event’s emphasis on innovation, in particular the company’s Janisol Arte Renovation Window.This highly insulated window system, which won a Gold Medal for Innovation at Batimat 2011, combines a narrow face-width of just 25 mm or 40 mm with ‘U’ values as low as 1.6 W/m2K.
Similar in appearance to the slender Bauhaus-type glazing encountered in many older commercial and residential buildings, Janisol Arte has been approved by many local authority conservation officers as being suitable for use in Listed properties.
Also on show will be examples of VISS Ixtra, a range of laser-optimised structural profiles that can extend the architectural scope of Jansen’s tried-and-tested VISS steel façade system by enabling mullions to run continuously over more than one storey.
Jansen’s extensive security offering is represented by Janisol C4, a range of fire doors and screens offering a high level of fire-resistance, narrow sight-lines, large glazed areas and a wide variety of design options. All the systems meet relevant EN standards and achieve an EI90 fire rating.
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Schüco – System solutions for windows, doors, façades and solar products.
Together with its worldwide network of partners, architects, specifiers and investors, Schüco creates sustainable building envelopes which focus on people and their needs in harmony with nature and technology. The highest demands for design, comfort and security can be met, whilst simultaneously reducing CO2 emissions through energy efficiency, thereby conserving natural resources. The company and its Metal, PVC-U and New Energies divisions deliver tailored products for newbuilds and renovations, designed to meet individual user needs in all climate zones. With 5000 employees and 12,000 partner companies, Schüco is active in 78 countries and achieved a turnover of 1.8 billion euros in 2012. For more information, visit www.schueco.com