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Pitch perfect performance

Senior Architectural System’s PURe aluminium windows and SF52 aluminium curtain walling installed at Fleetwood Town FC’s new training ground

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A winning team of products from Senior Architectural Systems, including the new thermally efficient PURe aluminium window system and SF52 aluminium curtain walling, has been installed by Anders Glass as part of the ambitious redevelopment of the training ground at Fleetwood Town Football Club in Lancashire.

Senior’s PURe window system, which features the use of an innovative thermal barrier manufactured from expanded polyurethane foam (PUR), provided the ideal solution for use in the main academy building and changing rooms. The thermal efficiency of the PURe window system has been further enhanced through the use of Guardian SN70/37 solar control glass which was supplied by Senior’s dedicated glazing division Senior Glass Systems.

The main entrance to the training ground also benefits from the attractive uniform appearance of Senior’s SF52 curtain walling. Creating a welcoming sense of light and space, the exceptional thermal efficiency of the SF52 system, along with its aesthetically pleasing slim 52mm sightlines, was also key to its specification. 

Perfectly complementing the company’s latest product innovations are Senior’s SPW600e windows which have been used to create the striking new viewing area. Specified in tilt and turn configuration, the SPW600e windows have also been enhanced with the use of solar control glass to minimise heat gain and glare from the sun. Completing the range of glazing solutions provided are Senior’s robust SPW500 entrance doors.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk

 

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