Showing its colours

Renolit is exhibiting its foils at his year’s Fensterbau, under the heading ‘Renolit, the Original’, demonstrating the company’s 30 years in the PVC industry.

The exhibition stand is an all-white stage, which is both minimalistic and futuristic, the company said.

On the stage a series of films and animations set the scene, with stand visitors able to configure windows and facades with individual Renolit Exofol colours and décors on an interactive screen. Additional short films provide various aspects of technical and service information and visitors can experience selected new product features for themselves on display consoles.

The focus of new product presentations is the three-dimensional VLF emboss, whose dynamic deep grain structure displays a brushed and sand blasted surface. The finish is linear and uniform, and is also very robust.

At Fensterbau Frontale, the company is launching a range of four new oak decors and six popular solid colours, including the new true black embossed with the VLF surface finish.

Also on display is the ‘Ulti-Matt’ emboss, with its smooth matt sanded appearance. At the exhibition, Ulti-Matt is revealed with a spectrum of colours including anthracite grey, white, cream, and the new true black.

Renolit will also be celebrating the launch of its Renolit Exofol Professional Corner Pen at Nuremberg. Using the pen, imperfect welds and mitre joints can be precisely matched into the colour of the foil-laminated surfaces.

The company is also extending its warranty programme, which reflects many years of extensive testing, under both laboratory and natural climatic weathering conditions. The company is doubling its warranty for Renolit Exofol PX in Mediterranean countries and several other global regions, from five years to ten; and extending its Renolit Exofol FX warranty to a standard 20 years on a worldwide basis.

In cooperation with Polysecure, Renolit has developed a product marker technology – a traceable additive to the foil’s base film which acts like a physical finger print, allowing genuine films to be identified with a detector device. In doing so, imitations can be revealed and the relevant warranty for the laminated Renolit Exofol foil may be determined.

Renolit has also been advancing its window profile technology for facade applications, which resulted in a project cooperation with a facade cladding manufacturer to develop aluminium components for back-ventilated curtain facades.

“Thanks to our new system, film laminated facade cassettes and sidings are now an interesting option for smaller building projects such as residential homes and apartments,” Renolit’s project manager Rainer Langner said.

The company will be presenting this project to the public for the first time at Fensterbau Frontale, together with the siding and cassette systems in a variety of décors.