SMARTIA S67 PHOS | New version

SMARTIA S67 PHOS | New version
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The hinged system SMARTIA S67 PHOS stands out for its sophisticated minimal design. It is an excellent choice for windows with exceptional aesthetics which provide maximum daylight intake.

The version PHOS provides a significantly reduced visible aluminium face width of only 72 mm and offers the ability to create double leaf windows with an adjoining profile of just 109 mm. Moreover, the system supports the option to apply concealed hinges.

In addition to the high aesthetics, the system incorporates impressive performance which has been certified by the world renowned German institute ift Rosenheim. Three different energy efficiency versions are provided with the HI version achieving an excellent thermal insulation performance of Uw = 1.31 W / m2K, for frame dimensions 1.5 x 2.2 m, with Ug = 1.0 W / m2K and ψ = 0.035 W/mK. But the system’s high performance goes beyond thermal insulation. SMARTIA S67 PHOS has also achieved impressive certified performance for air permeability (Class 4), water tightness (E1200, 8A) and resistance to wind load (Class C3).

Our constant goal is to provide systems of high aesthetic value and top certified performance. SMARTIA S67 PHOS reflects exactly that philosophy.

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