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Features a solid steel external chamfer, mimicking traditional putty permitting the frames to be glazed from the inside.
Originally developed for refurbishment work at Yale University, the Berkeley range features a solid steel chamfer permitting the frames to be glazed from the inside, increasing security while replicating the appearance of traditional external putty fronting.
Features and benefits:
Side hung open out:
Folding window open out:
Top hung open out:
Single door open out:
Double doors open out:
Projecting top hung:
Projecting side hung:
Dimensions and configurations
Finish as delivered
Galvanized and Interpon D36 polyester powder coated.
Insert requirements, an extensive range of RAL and BS colours available.
Film thickness (minimum)
Glazing or infill
Window frames are delivered unglazed for site glazing.
From 4 mm up to 20 mm thick.
A range of casement handles and stays to suit opening configuration, plus a range of locks and levers to suit a variety of door functions.
Galvanized and Interpon D36 polyester powder coated in a range of colours in matt finish. Satin or gloss finishes can be supplied.
Coupling bars designed to suit frame size and wind load.
Integral glazing bars.
Pressed metal sill.
If not direct fixed, fixing brackets are designed to be bolted to frame and screw fixed to structure.
Fixing brackets, screws and bolts are supplied by manufacturer as part of the window frame. The type of bracket will be determined by manufacturer after receipt of order, in consultation with the main contractor and architect.
Consult manufacturer and insert requirement.
Available IBU (Bronze effect) or satin chrome.