Crittall launches thermally enhanced system

Russell Ager
Russell Ager

Crittall Windows has unveiled a thermally enhanced rolled steel window and door system.

This latest product is a patent pending adaptation of the company’s iconic Corporate W20 steel profiles which have been adapted to attain UW & UD values of just 1.4 W/m²K.

Heralded as a ‘real gamechanger’ in the steel window and door market, this new system is also said to achieves a thermal gradient across the profile equivalent to that of thermally broken steel section. Plus, the innovative co-extruded dual weather seals deliver superior weather performance, helping to secure this product’s high-performance credentials.

According to Crittall Windows, the new Corporate W20 TE system has a life expectancy in excess of 60 years, meets current UK Building Regulations – including Approved Document L – and is galvanised and powder coated in any RAL, BS or bespoke shade to increase durability and prevent corrosion.

What’s more, the traditional elements of a steel window have been maintained within the revolutionary system which still features impressive slim sightlines, design flexibility and the stunning aesthetic of the original Corporate W20 rolled steel system.

Russell Ager, MD at Crittall Windows, said: “As a team we’re proud to announce that the inherent strength and robustness of steel has not been compromised in this new system. This means Corporate W20 TE can be specified for the most demanding new build or replacement applications.”