Mechanically jointed

In late 2016, Dempsey Dyer launched the Deceuninck Heritage Flush Sash window available with welded transoms, mullions and frames. The company now offers the same window fully mechanically jointed.

The Heritage Flush Sash, with convincing timber-style mechanical joints, was developed because of Dempsey Dyer’s expertise in both PVCU and traditional joinery, the company said.

Dempsey Dyer’s MD, Peter Dyer said: “In the past decade, we’ve seen a dramatic rise in the number of end-users looking for windows and doors that deliver both the timeless aesthetics of timber and the exceptional modern performance of PVCU. It’s something we’ve already tapped into with our own Beaumont window, but the mechanically jointed Heritage Flush Sash offers our trade clients another high-quality timber-alternative option.”

The fabricator has also reported that it has adopted BSI standards across the board after a period of using several different schemes.

The firm now supplies products that meet BS644 for enhanced security timber windows and doors, BS7412 for enhanced security PVCU windows and doors, and BS 8529 for enhanced security composite doors.

Dempsey Dyer continues to comply with ISO 901:2008, which covers the manufacture of PVCU windows, doors and conservatories, and is registered with BFRC.

“We’ve taken this decision to streamline our processes and make life simpler for our customers,” Mark Suaznabar, Dempsey Dyer’s compliance and quality manager, said.

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