Solarlux will officially launch its Combiline and Woodline bi-fold doors at Grand Designs to the UK market May 5-13th 2018, and expects responses from architects, dealers and consumers to be as equally positive as in its home German market. The appeal of fast turnaround of fabrication and installation, at such a high product standard, has proved to be a huge selling point. The made to measure options and exceptional product design quality ensure the ideal ‘go to’ product for both private and commercial projects.
Joern Greve, Managing Sales Director, Solarlux comments: “Over the past two years we have seen significant growth and exceeded demand for timber and aluminium clad products. The main drivers of this trend are Scandinavian ‘hygge’ and the search for truly sustainable materials. The Solarlux solution is the introduction of the Combiline and Woodline bi-folds, both for commercial and private projects.
Outstanding performance and the stunning finish of these products distinguish us from other manufacturers.”
FSC and PEFC certified, Solarlux’ Combiline and Woodline bi-fold doors demonstrate the company’s full commitment to sustainable forest management practices. They both offer supreme thermal performance and insulation with some of the lowest u values on the market, with Combiline at less than 1.1 W/m²K and Woodline at less than, 1.0 W/m²K.
With specialist surface treatment ensuring breathability and impermeability both bi-folds achieve long lasting protection from the elements – perfect for the UK climate.
Using innovative solutions to keep water out and specialist flush threshold drainage, Combiline and Woodline bi-fold doors achieve the highest level of weather protection.
Both bi-folds have a structural profile depth of 86mm, panel height fabrication of up to 2800mm and glass thickness of 28-48mm. In addition Combiline and Woodline bi-folds have a clean glass to glass sight line in the panel joint of 147mm and 143mm respectively.
The Combiline and Woodline portfolio of robust bi-folds is continually tested to comply to the most up-to-date security in the industry.
A common misconception is that timber is not as fire resistant as aluminium. In fact, Solarlux engineers a core that not only minimises heat transfer but also a natural, slow burn wood, less susceptible to the spread of fire.
The combination of Combiline or Woodline bi-folds offers customers endless possibilities for contemporary or traditional style applications, with the finish and versatility required for bi-folds.
To find out more and to explore the full Solarlux range, visit: http://www.solarlux.co.uk/