Exlabesa updates KS59 window

Exlabesa has updated its KS59 casement window system with the introduction of new sash options and a sleek flush frame.

Originally conceived to offer a modern aesthetic to residential and commercial spaces, the updated system now offers three sash design options – flat, stepped, or chamfered – providing fabricators with a broader spectrum of styles, from modern minimalism to heritage and industrial-inspired designs.

Manufactured in Britain at the 9 acre Exlabesa site in Doncaster, KS59 is fully compliant with British Building Regulations and meets PAS 24 strict security standards. It offers a Uw-value as low as 1,4 W/m2K and includes trickle bends adapted to meet Part F ventilation requirements.

Thanks to its innovative design using a transom screw port and mechanical corner cleat or crimping cleats, Exlabesa says it can be quickly and easily fabricated to meet tight deadlines. Additionally, the system is compatible with a variety of accessories and add-ons, encompassing Georgian bars, bay pole, 90º corner, and flush add-ons of 20 and 40 mm.

Simon Moore, business development manager at Exlabesa, said: “With its ultra-slim sightlines, expanded sash options, and new flush frame, the KS59 empowers architects and designers to bring their creative visions to life while maintaining the highest standards of performance and security.”