Vitrage de balcon coulissant et pliant

WD 410

Le WD410 est un système de vitrage pliant qui présente de nombreux avantages. Il est facile de vitrer un balcon existant car le système est monté dans la balustrade existante.
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Chaque balcon ou terrasse est mesuré individuellement, puis le système fini est connecté. Le système est apprécié pour sa conception esthétique qui lui permet de s'intégrer au reste de la façade de la maison.

Un choix de fenêtres qui vous convient

 - Sans cadre - Offre une vue complètement dégagée avec une apparence élégante.  Choix de verre flotté trempé de 6, 8 ou 10 mm.
 - Profil mince - Le profil mince offre une option discrète pour les vitrages encadrés.  Un verre flotté de 6 mm ou un verre flotté trempé est utilisé dans ce cadre stable en aluminium.
- Cadre large - L'option solide et stable. Spécialement conçu pour les vitrages isolants qui sont montés dans un cadre en aluminium très stable.

Fenêtres et portes pliantes

 - Sans cadre, profil mince ou large.
 - Les fenêtres et les portes pliantes offrent des possibilités d'ouverture maximales et facilitent le nettoyage du verre.
  - Verre flotté, verre flotté trempé (verre de sécurité) ou verre isolant.
  - Les ouvrants coulissent de manière silencieuse et stable grâce à des roues équipées de roulements à billes en acier inoxydable.
  - Connexions standardisées pour les toits et les toitures.
  - Profilés d'aluminium revêtus de poudre.
  - Un système de porte pliante adapté aux balcons et aux terrasses.

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