IMPERIAL I +
Tomorrow’s technology. The system with increased thermal insulation: IP i, IP i +, designed for windows, doors and high-performance thermal insulation sites.
- Imperial system with increased thermal insulation: IP i, IP i +, designed for the construction of windows, doors and high-performance thermal insulation sites
- high thermal insulation parameters were obtained thanks to the use of special thermal inserts inserted between the thermal breaks and around the glass
- the large range of system sections available guarantees the required aesthetics and strength of the structure
- it is possible to install windows in façade systems
- glazing strips available in the following variants: rectangular and rounded
- shapes of profiles adapted to the assembly of various types of enveloping fittings, including hidden hinges and pvc hardware
- a wide range of glazing allows the use of all types of single, double-chamber, acoustic or anti-burglar glass panes
- Profile dehydration is available in two variants: traditional or hidden
- the possibility of bending profiles (precise specification of profiles and details of technical parameters of profile bending – available in the customer area on the website www.aliplast.pl)
- system intended for use in residential and public buildings, the system allows for the design of modern window construction solutions in many variants.
- the design of IPi systems, IPi + is based on the proven, developed and valued Imperial base system.
|System||Thermal insulation Uf*||Air permilability||Wind load||Waterproof|
|IP i||Uf from 1,57 W/m2K||Class 4; PN-EN 12207||Class C4; PN-EN 12210||Class E1350; PN-EN12208|
|IP i+||Uf from 1,28 W/m2K||Class 4; PN-EN 12207||Class C4; PN-EN 12210||Class E1350; PN-EN12208|
|System||Material||Door frame depth||Leaf depth||Glazing thickness||Window type|
|IP i||aluminium / poliamide||65 mm||74 mm||4-51 mm||one, two-wing opening to the outside, opening inwards|
|IP i+||aluminium / poliamide||65 mm||74 mm||4-51 mm||one, two-wing opening to the outside, opening inwards|