Timber-Aluminium Window | Compakt®
Compakt® is our first and most commonly used profile. It consists of three parts: an external plasticized aluminium part, a PVC insulation part breaking the thermal bridge between aluminium and timber parts, and internal timber part which is a great thermal insulator.
PVC broken thermal bridge used in WINDOR® profiles connects t aluminium and timber parts, thus preventing transfer of heat/energy.
Compakt® is 63mm thick and has 4 seals, which fulfills the requirements of even the most demanding buildings. Standard filling thickness is 24mm. Timber sill and casement profile is immaculately manufactured, contributing to interior comfort and warmth.
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UfFramework thermal performance
UgGlass panel thermal performance
UwTotal thermal performance
Technical data for Compakt
Profile thickness 63 mm Energy values 1,3 W/m2K (triple glazing, Ug = 1,0 W/m2K) Aluminium profile Protects from atmospheric conditions, attached to PVC thermal bridge Sealing 4 sealing levels; 1 Q-LON seal on window casements, remaining seals manufactured from EPDM Casing Visible casing; no concealed casing option Timber Oak, larch and fir/spruce
Equipment and safety
WINDOR® windows are equipped with Siegenia safety casing. Casings can have additional closed-window ventilation elements, which is extremely important due to condensation in newly built objects.Find out more ⇢
Profile sealing is extremely important for humidity, rain and draft damage prevention. For our products, we use safety seals designed in our Product development department. Q-LON seals by the renown Schlegel factory are used for window casements, while EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) seals are used for window frames.Find out more ⇢
A Croatian institute we employ for window thermal performance, wind resistance qualities, air non conductivity and water non conductivity testing.
A European institute we employ for window thermal performance, wind resistance qualities, air non conductivity and water non conductivity testing.
TÜV is our security partner.
In order to maximize energy efficiency, joinery is installed according to RAL guidelines. The space between windows and walls is filled with waterproof, vapor conductive foil on the outer side and vapor nonconductive foil on the inner side. This achieves vapor conductivity and air non conductivity of the interior.
Installation according to RAL guidelines enables free exit of vapor from the interior, while preventing entry of water and rain.