New French door
Deceuninck Aluminium has launched a new French Door option.
Part of a modular approach designed to lower stock-holding, the Decalu88 French Door is built around a common inner frame and mid-section, and integrated insulation used in its Decalu88 Aluminium Bi-fold.
It also shares the same pre-inserted, flush to the bead, co-extruded gaskets.
Nigel Headford, business development director at Deceuninck Aluminium, said: “One of the many advantages of the Decalu system is modularity. It’s been designed to minimise stock-holding and maximise manufacturing efficiencies, delivering anywhere up to a 40% time saving.
“The Decalu88 French Door uses the same profile as the Decalu88 Bi-fold, delivering fabrication gains but also a consistent aesthetic to the end-user.”
The Decalu88 French Door will accommodate individual sash weights of up to 150kg, while U-values are as low as 1.1W/m2k. In common with the wider Decalu range, it’s available in any RAL finish, including dual colour, textured and marine grade finishes as standard.
The range also includes the Decalu88 Aluminium Entrance door, which employs a unique and patented thermal stress control system to all but eliminate bowing, the company said, and the Decalu163 Lift-and-Slide, which can accommodate sash weights of up to 400kg, and with single, twin and triple-track options.