Muntin bars glued to wooden-aluminum windows
The use of glued-on muntins in wooden-aluminum windows means the use of elements made of two materials. The muntin used from the room side is made of wood. On the outside, an aluminum component is attached. In order to attach both parts to the glass, special tapes and silicone or gaskets are used. In order to effectively reproduce the effect resembling the use of several separate panes in the window, there is a blind muntin, or duplex, in the chambers between the glass panes. The color of this element is exactly the same as the frame separating the panes. Glued-on muntins are available in single-chamber and double-chamber packages. The internal element is made of the same wood – both in terms of species and color of the varnish – what a window. The muntin mounted on the outside is matched to sash and frame cladding profiles , also coloristically . The range of MS Windows and Doors includes muntins in three product lines (Classic, Modern, Art), in various sizes. The following dimensions are available: 26, 36, 40 mm.
You can see the offered options through the graphics below.
Ties for wood-aluminum windows
Structural muntins in wooden-aluminum windows (lacings, sash bars) are used to divide the glazing unit into separate fields. In addition to aesthetic values, they guarantee greater durability of the joinery. These elements are available in three product lines – Classic, Modern and Art. The muntin bars blend in perfectly with the structure – they are made of the same type of wood as the window. Also applies varnish of the same color . Additionally, the same is used in the production process type of aluminum cladding , matched to the woodwork also in terms of color .
Below are graphics showing the options offered.