Modus offers a modern take on tradition

Modus offers eight window and door designs – including rebate, slim rebate and fully flush sash – all from one system

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Contemporary-style Modus flush sash casement
Contemporary-style Modus flush sash casement

Combining modern materials with a traditional appearance, the Modus flush sash window delivers the aesthetic of timber yet retains all the performance benefits of PVC-U. Featuring a unique 75mm six-chamber profile system, the range delivers optimum energy efficiency performance and can achieve a U-value as low as 0.7 using triple-glazed units.

Modus is also one of the very first systems to achieve the BRFC Window Energy Rating (WER) of A++. This is only awarded to windows with an energy index value equal to or greater than +20; and Modus A++ designs include casement, reversible and tilt and turn.

Consisting of 50 per cent post-consumer recycled PVC-U as standard, this range of doors and windows has a smaller carbon footprint than products made or recycled outside of the UK. Eurocell achieves this by employing dual material extrusion technology (DMET) that layers post-consumer recycled and ‘virgin’ material simultaneously, so the recycled material is concentrated in the central core of the profiles where it cannot be seen once the door or window is installed.

  • Modus with astragal bars in Anteak finish
    Modus with astragal bars in Anteak finish
  • Equal sightlines made possible
    Equal sightlines made possible
  • Modus offers style, performance and value
    Modus offers style, performance and value
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Coming with a 12-year guarantee, the Modus system is available in nine solid and wood grain-effect colours, all of which are available with white internal finishes to create a light and airy living environment. A further range of more than 40 solid and wood grain effect finishes is available, including colour both sides.

Modus BIM models are available to download for free from the Eurocell website, making specification easy.

 

Contact:

marketing@eurocell.co.uk

0800 988 3049


 

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