Crittall unveils thermally broken steel window

Innovative T60 doors and windows range features polyurethane isolator for high performance thermal insulation

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The  Crittall T60 - a highly innovative thermally broken steel window and door system.
The Crittall T60 - a highly innovative thermally broken steel window and door system.

Crittall, the originator of the steel window and the sector’s leading manufacturer, has launched T60 - an innovative thermally broken steel window and door system. 

T60’s slim profiles replicate original Crittall steel windows, combining traditional aesthetics with 21st-century levels of performance. T60 features a high density polyurethane isolator as a thermal barrier. This, together with housing double or triple glazing up to 38mm wide, ensures the system surpasses the requirements of current regulations while providing contemporary levels of comfort, particularly in harsher weather conditions where traditional steel windows may not previously have been sufficient. Market-leading weathertightness performance has been tested to European and ASTM Standards.

As with all Crittall products, T60 is corrosion protected and finished with Duralife, an architectural grade polyester powder coating. Its slim sightlines maximise the benefit of natural daylight, reducing reliance on artificial lighting. Each frame is fully welded, enhancing durability. The inherent strength of steel makes doors and windows robust and secure with the option of multi-locking and a wide range of opening configurations to choose from.

Traditional aesthetics ensure T60 can be specified with confidence for listed buildings or properties in conservation areas and its clean, slender design suits new-build projects too. T60 is expected to be specified for a full range of market sectors, including offices, health, education and hotels.

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For more information and technical support, visit crittall-windows.co.uk

 

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