Architects and specifiers love the design flexibility, security and thermal efficiency of the TD68 Jack Door from Jack Aluminium, according to fabricator Mercury Glazing Supplies.
“We use the Jack Door because architects want free rein when designing large buildings,” Chris Reeks, sales and marketing director at Mercury Glazing Supplies, said. “The flexibility of the system in terms of the sizes, designs and hardware options available means we can help customers to achieve exactly what they are looking for.
“It’s also really important that Jack Aluminium is committed to independent testing of its system for security and thermal efficiency. It gives specifiers real peace of mind knowing that the door is PAS24 as well as offering excellent U-values.”
In relation to PAS24, the Jack Door is available up to 1,300mm wide by 2,480mm high, reportedly making it the largest PAS24-approved, thermally efficient commercial door on the market.
“Having a door that has been tested to this width is really important, as it meets Disability Discrimination Act requirements on wheelchair access,” Chris said.
Jack Aluminium delivers powder coated aluminium profiles in any RAL colour within seven days, delivered in halves and quarters to support fabricators like Mercury Glazing Supplies in reducing wasted aluminium.