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Mb-70

MB-70 WINDOWS: FUNCTIONALITY AND GOOD APPEARANCE

  1. Variety of functions, tailored to the needs of the users

  2. Possibility of bending profiles, so creating arch structures

  3. Variety of aesthetic solutions offered by windows with concealed casement, Industrial “steel-like” variant, and three types of glazing beads: Standard, Prestige, and Style

  4. Structures suited to different types of hardware, including concealed hinges in windows, roller hinges in doors

  5. Basis for solutions with enhanced thermal insulation: MB-70 HI, MB-70US HI & MB-70CW HI

  6. Possibility of fabricating two-colour constructions: profiles can have different colours on external and internal side

MB70HI - Door
MB70HI - Door
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MB70US-HI
MB70US-HI

Cross section

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MB70US
MB70US
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MB70HI
MB70HI
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MB70-Industrial
MB70-Industrial

Aluminium window to look like industrial steel sections.

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MB70-Door
MB70-Door

Cross Section of MB-70 Door

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Mb-86

MB-86 WINDOWS: FUNCTIONALITY AND GOOD APPEARANCE

  1. With its new shape, large thermal breaks enable the use of an additional barrier in profiles’ insulation zone

  2. Two-component, central gasket perfectly seals and thermally insulates the space between the casement and the frame

  3. Wide range of profiles guarantees the desired aesthetics and resistance

  4. Glazing strips with additional sealing available in three variants: Standard, Prestige & Style

  5. Profile shapes are well suited to numerous multi-point locking systems, including concealed hinges

  6. Wide range of glazing allows the use of all common types of windows, triple glazing units, acoustic or security panes

  7. Drainage functionality is available in two variants: classic and concealed

  8. Technical parameters:

  9. Air permeability: windows: class 4, doors: class 3, PN-EN 12207:2001

  10. Water-tightness: windows: class E 1500 Pa, doors: class 5A (200 PA) PN-EN 12208:2001

  11. Thermal insulation (Uf): from 0.57 W/(m2K) & doors: from 1.22 W/(m2K)

  12. Wind load resistance: windows: class C5, doors: class C1/B1, PN-EN 12210:2001

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MB86SI-Window
MB86SI-Window
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MB86ST-Window Section
MB86ST-Window Section
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MB86SI-Door
MB86SI-Door
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MB86SI-Door Section
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MB86-Aero Window
MB86-Aero Window
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MB86- Aero Window Section
MB86- Aero Window Section
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MB-104SI
MB-104SI
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MB-104SI-Cross Section
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MB-104AERO
MB-104AERO
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MB-104AERO-Cross Section
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MB104AERO-Door
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MB104AERO-Door Cross Section
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Mb-104 Passive House

The MB-104 Passive is a thermal break-equipped window systems that provides the highest thermal insulation performance, and meets all the requirements for passive building components.

The system is used to fabricate exterior architectural development elements, e.g. various types of windows, vestibules, and spatial structures, which are characterized, in addition to the excellent thermal insulation, by a very good sound insulation, water- and  air tightness and high structural strength.

MB-104 WINDOWS: FUNCTIONALITY AND GOOD APPEARANCE

  1. Passive House Institute Darmstadt-certified windows: MB-104 Passive SI and MB-104 Passive Aero

  2. Excellent thermal insulation performance: UW from 0,53 W/m2K

  3. Standard-exceeding tightness and insulation performance

  4. Large range of glazing, up to 81mm

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Why choose Aluminium?

If you are looking to add style and colour to your property, our aluminium doors are ideal. British Aluminium’s windows are extremely versatile and suit any number of property styles.

 

Aluminium is a very light weight, high strength material that is very durable and highly resistant to corrosion. When recycled aluminium loses none of the physical properties which is why it is generally regarded as one of the world’s most sustainable building materials.

In much the same way as everything else in the world has moved on, so too has the technology and design of aluminium windows which are barely recognisable from its 40 year old ancestor.

Today’s aluminium windows are at the pinnacle of architectural glazing solutions. The inherent strength of the frame material allows the frame to be much narrower than the uPVC or timber alternatives and also means you can design significantly larger glass areas.

Aluminium VS uPVC

Aluminium is a very stable material, keeping expansion and contraction with changes in the ambient temperature to a minimum. This makes aluminium the only sensible choice of material for large picture windows. Also there are no welded joints that you get with uPVC, and unlike timber, aluminium will never rot and there is no need to repaint the frames year after year. You can have a choice of literally hundreds of colours and finishes, and the option to have a different colour inside and out.

Combine all of these advantages with excellent performance in terms of security, thermal insulation, sound insulation and weather proofing, and it’s hard to see why anyone would choose any other material.