Hörmann Truedor launches Clima63

Hörmann Truedor has launched the Clima63 thermally efficient composite door which is able to achieve a U value of below 1 W/m2k.

Produced at the company’s IG Doors manufacturing plant in South Wales, Clima63 consists of a 63mm insulated GRP door slab with a door frame featuring a thermally efficient reinforcement and a unique triple seal system for added insulation.

Triple glazed units which are fitted via a unique Hörmann Truedor cassette system further aid thermal insulation, together with protecting against water ingress and improving sound insulation.

All doors are fitted with Kinetica K4 cylinder locks and the latest multi-point locking systems as standard.

Clima63 doors have also been awarded Secured by Design accreditation – enhancing security and minimising the risk of crime.

Available in three feature designs, traditional Panelled, Cottage and Contemporary, Clima63 doors can be supplied with a choice of side lights and fanlights.

The range is offered in 21 standard styles, some of which can achieve a U value as low as 0.80 W/m2k and there is an extensive selection of glazing, hardware, and accessories.

Clima63 is offered with10 classic and 26 premium colour options.

Gareth Burgess, sales manager for Hörmann Truedor, commented: “Clima63 represents a real opportunity for installers to offer a competitively priced, thermally efficient door to the market.

“It’s fully compliant with all of the latest building regulations and will appeal to housebuilders and to end consumers looking to save money on their energy bills.

“With Hörmann Truedor being the only manufacturer of composite doors to produce their own slab in the UK, customers can be assured of delivery security, an issue that is being highlighted by the continued disruption to worldwide shipping in the Red Sea,” he continued.

“The decision to produce such a key factor of the door in the UK, together with a policy of sourcing from local suppliers wherever possible and a focus on sustainable manufacturing, also results in a range of composite doors which can boast as being the ‘greenest’ in the market.”