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Spectus Launches New Fully Reversible Window


Spectus Window Systems is asking the industry to reverse its thinking with the launch of its new fully reversible window. Easy-to-clean and thermally efficient the fully reversible window works with a 180 degree pivot action to give users safe and easy access to the outer pane. Its Deep Bevelled 70mm profile integrates with Spectus’ Elite 70 suite giving fabricators and installers complete compatibility.

The company’s new ‘Aeroframe’ thermal barrier technology has been incorporated into the five chamber profiles giving improved thermal performance. With a U-Value of 0.8 the fully reversible window can achieve the highest possible A+ rating under the Window Energy Ratings scheme when glazed with argon filled double glazed units; while the option to incorporate second or third weather seals further aids thermal efficiency.

Holding the enhanced security accreditation, PAS: 24:2012 the fully reversible window gives peace of mind to both installers and the end-user. It also forms part of Spectus’ BES6001 accredited system, giving additional points under the threatened Code for Sustainable Homes or BREEAM.

With the added advantage of glazing unit options in 24mm, 28mm, 40mm and 44mm; plus a choice of finishes, including coloured and wood grain effects, customers can truly benefit from the complete package. The fully reversible window also gives installers the opportunity to extend their market reach as it is ideal for high and medium rise applications.

Phil Duncombe, product manager at Spectus Window Systems commented: “The fully reversible window has entered a new era; in today’s market it has to provide ease of use whilst maintaining the highest security and efficiency values, something that we have been able to achieve. This new addition also comes at a time when the industry is beginning to pick up pace and so our customers can be ready and waiting to make the most of new opportunities, underpinned by our comprehensive customer support.”