Selecta Systems Advance 70 Door System is available in a variety of designs that will suit the needs of specifiers on large and small projects.
The door system is exceptionally practical and has been rigorously tested to withstand the elements. The door leaf can house double glazed units, decorative panels or a combination of both as well as inward and outward options.
The range includes a wider outer frame and a Scotia door sash and a low threshold system for easy access that is fully compliant with Document M is also available. This encompasses the all important requirements relating to wheel chair accessibility in new build installations and can be provided with a standard range of cills.
The Midrail option will accept a fully sleeved letterbox, whilst full depth Euro grooves can house multipoint locking systems. Additionally, perimeter pressure seals will provide a weatherproof connection between the door leaf and the outer frame.
The doors are available in our full range of foils and will add beauty and value to any residence.
For casement windows, the Advance 70 System offers superb qualities that will exceed expectation in terms of performance, aesthetics and environmental issues. This innovative system can be incorporated into new build as well as refurbishment schemes giving outstanding qualities and a superior overall finish to any project.
The five chamber systems means fabricators can easily achieve A, B or C BFRC energy ratings, while the use of calcium-organic stabilizers in place of lead enhances the green credentials of Selecta fabricators.
The chamfered profile is traditional in style that provides great strength while hi-flow drainage eradicates problems generated by adverse weather conditions.
The window systems can be manufactured into internally or externally glazed casements, as well as tilt and turn and is available in white or our wide range of in-house foils.
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