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Senior sets the standard with Pure

The Pure range of energy-efficient aluminium windows and doors delivers maximum design flexibility and exceptional thermal performance

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Senior's Pure bi-folding and sliding doors include a triple track option that maximises openings and views.
Senior's Pure bi-folding and sliding doors include a triple track option that maximises openings and views.

Senior Architectural Systems' new patented Pure doors and windows are the first on the UK market to benefit from an enhanced thermal barrier manufactured from expanded polyurethane foam (PUR).

The innovative use of PUR as a thermal barrier in windows and doors gives the Pure  range the potential to achieve U-values as low as 0.71W/m2 K when calculated as a commercial CEN standard window and 0.93W/m2 K when calculated as a CEN standard door.

Senior's Pure aluminium windows are suitable for a wide range of applications and are available as tilt and turn, casement and overswing reversible window styles. Pure doors are thermally efficient and include bi-folding and sliding options. The Pure Fold range comprises folding sliding and single and double doors; the Pure Slide range includes an inline sliding door, perfect for residential projects, and a lift and slide door, now in a choice of single, double and triple track configurations.

The latest addition of the triple-track option offers even greater design flexibility by maximising the sense of light and space to achieve wider views, larger openings and beautiful full length sliding glass walls.

  • Pure Slide doors can be specified in inline or lift and slide options. Hilton Garden Inn Manchester Emirates Old Trafford, by architects ICA.
    Pure Slide doors can be specified in inline or lift and slide options. Hilton Garden Inn Manchester Emirates Old Trafford, by architects ICA.
  • Senior's Pure aluminium windows are available in tilt and turn, casement and overswing styles. Premier Inn hotel at Feethams leisure development, Darlington, by architects Niven.
    Senior's Pure aluminium windows are available in tilt and turn, casement and overswing styles. Premier Inn hotel at Feethams leisure development, Darlington, by architects Niven.
  • Pure windows are able to receive double or triple glazing up to 50mm for maximum thermal and acoustic performance.
    Pure windows are able to receive double or triple glazing up to 50mm for maximum thermal and acoustic performance.
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