Stick-on bars for wood-aluminium windows
The use of stick-on bars in wood-aluminium windows means that elements made of two materials are used. The bar used on the room side is wooden. An aluminium component is attached to the outside. Special tapes and silicone or gaskets are used to fix the two parts to the glass. In order to effectively reproduce the effect of several separate panes of glass in a window, a blind bar, called a duplex, is placed in the chambers between the glass panes. The colour of this element is exactly the same as the spacer bar separating the glass panes. Stick-on bars are available in single-chamber and double-chamber glazed units. The interior component is manufactured from the same wood – both in terms of species and varnish colour – as the window. The externally mounted bar is matched to the profiles of the sash and frame cladding, also in colour. The MS Windows and Doors product range includes bars in three product lines (Classic, Modern, Art), in various sizes. Elements are available in the following dimensions: 26, 36, 40 mm.
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Structural bars for wood-aluminium windows
Structural bars in wood-aluminium windows are used to divide the glazed unit into separate fields. In addition to their aesthetic qualities, they ensure that the joinery is more durable. These elements are available in three product lines – Classic, Modern and Art. Bars blend in perfectly with the construction – they are made from the same type of wood as the window. A varnish of identical colour is also used. In addition, the same type of aluminium cladding is used in the production process, which also matches the joinery in terms of colour.
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