Aluminium is equipped with good thermal conductivity. When it comes to windows, this property is a disadvantage since the cold from the outside is directed inwards. To solve this problem, the profile is pressed into two sections and a bridge of polyamide is rolled between the profiles. Polyamide has a very low thermal conductivity coefficient and its resistance and hardness is very high.

 

We have plenty of experience regarding thermally insulated profiles and can advise you on the profile design from the outset.

 

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With our equipment, we can produce thermally broken profiles up to a length of 13,000 mm in mill finish, and up to 7,000 mm in anodised or powder coated thermally broken profiles.