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Windows And Doors Are Amongst The Most Frequently Stressed Components Of A House. Wind And Rain, Strong Temperature Fluctuations, Environmental Influences And Mechanical Stresses Constantly Take Their Toll. Aluminium Is Proven To Be More Weather-resistant Than Plastic/upvc And It Permits Very Slender And Beautiful Structures In A Variety Of Colour Options.
Aluminium is a metal.
Heavy duty & suitable for regular use.
Architects always prefer aluminium.
Aluminium is not affected by ultra violet rays.
Lots of colour options available.
Aluminium Doors & Windows repair men available across the country.
Aluminium by its very nature is a stronger material.
There is no health issue.
For Sound Insulation – Use our Thermal Technology.
Aluminium Doors and Windows can be Powder Coated again with a new color.
Aluminium metal has very high resale value.
70% of total market is in Aluminium, more number of Happy Customers.
Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion - 0.0000240/ 0C.
UV resistant PVDF coating last long and does not fade.
Aluminium Windows come with in-built gutter section which allows free drainage of water and waterproof.
Al windows are made from aluminium alloy 6063 T6 having tensile strength 248 Mpa. No reinforcement is required.
Due to high tensile strength, only lower thickness sections are needed.
Easy to maintain, repair and low cost maintenance.
uPVC: Polyvinyl chloride, commonly abbreviated PVC, is the third-most widely produced plastic. "u" stand Unplasticized.
Not suitable for daily & regular use.
Very low preference by Architects.
Warping, discolouration, gradual decline in properties.
Limited colour options (about 4).
Repairs are extremely difficult and not cost effective
Steel inserts used to strengthen the UPVC from inside and hence prone to corrosion.
There are some health issues (Research ongoing).
Good sound insulation properties when used with proper gaskets
In uPVC you have to replace the product completely (may be).
uPVC has no resale value.
Only 11% constitute the uPVC market.
Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion - 0.0000600/ 0C.
uPVC selectively absorb UV radiations causes color degradation and loss of gloss.
Special rain tracks needs to be accommodated for drainage of water.
Tensile strength of uPVC is 51 Mpa, requiring additional reinforcement (GI or MS) to strengthen it.
Low tensile strength and rusts over the period of time.
Difficult to repair, higher cost of repair and maintenance.
Colours act on the observer, generate ambience, appeal to the emotions, and often evoke memories. For the architect and planner, the choice of colours is a key step in the design process. Colours merge the building harmoniously into the surroundings or lend it a distinct presence. Colours underscore the architecture and place the detail or the whole surface in the foreground. And finally, colours also reflect attitude. Red is symbolic of activity, yellow of optimism. Grey, black, and white can be made to express a cool awareness of design. Our products provides the maximum leeway for colours – matched perfectly to the design intended. Modern finishing techniques like powder coating, anodic coatings, wood finishing or even PVDF protect the surfaces not only against environmental effects, but provide developers with the colours and glosses for the product they want.
Thanks to the high-quality enamelling of the powder finished profiles, the elements of aluminium retain their original brilliance even after many years. You can choose from the whole RAL palette with over 200 colours to choose from.
The powder used keeps the aluminium frames protected against corrosion and oxidation stemming from humid weather conditions.
The Effectiveness of Aluminium Powder Coating
Powder coating of aluminium doors and windows is made possible using a dry finishing process that combines fine particles of resin and the colour pigment and sprays on the portion to be coated with electrostatic charge methods. These particles after getting stuck on the surface of aluminium furnishings are melted and turned into a smooth coating.
The quality and success of the process of powder-coated aluminium depend a lot on:
The Best Alternative to Wooden Frames
Some of our customers looking to infuse a traditional look in their homes or offices prefer the perfect wood finish that adds a sense of warmth to space around. However, natural wood is an expensive option, especially, for those looking for less expensive alternative ways of construction or renovation. Though some may argue that to emulate the colour and grain density of wood finishing is not possible. However, advanced technological methods have made it possible to create patterns similar to real wood.
The process yields brilliant surfaces and characteristic metallic effects. Anodic finishing is a benefit not only for the look. It also provides long lasting protection against increasingly aggressive environmental effects. Furthermore, anodised surfaces are insensitive to mechanical effects and are easy to clean.
Effectively protecting aluminium windows by anodizing them
Though aluminium windows are renowned for their durability, it is still important to keep them protected against adverse weather conditions and accumulation of dust and grim. Anodizing them ensures prolonged durability of aluminium furnishings without affecting their pliability.
The effects of the anodizing process
Anodizing involves applying a layer of aluminium oxide on the surface of aluminium. This effectively protects the metal from rust and corrosion. Anodized aluminium windows can sustain a lifetime of dirt and damage due to pollution and alternating climatic conditions. The windows are protected against peeling or flaking of the metal as the thick anodized coating augments the resistance quality of the metal. The durability and effectiveness of the coating depend on its thickness.
Ease of maintenance
Anodized aluminium windows can be easily renewed and rejuvenated, thus, making it relatively easy to maintain them. Even if they start looking dirty due to the accumulation of dust and grime, one can easily wash them off the stains by cleaning the frames using mild detergent and wiping them with a sponge or soft fabric.
We promise “value for money”, which means that our wide assortment of aluminium finishes cater to the tastes of all kinds of customers without hurting their budget. Installation of aluminium finishes can create a big dent in your budget if you are unaware of what exactly you are looking to buy. However, with our broad range of options, one can decide on what suits his / her needs best. Our team will help you in making informed decisions regarding the windows you choose.
A façade, or façade or commonly known as curtain wall, is generally one exterior side of a building, usually the front. It is a loan word from the French façade, which means "frontage" or "face". A façade in architecture is often the most important aspect from a design standpoint, as it sets the tone for the rest of the building., usually one with doors or windows. Often the word refers to a structure's front wall with an entrance. Some use façade systems, or constructed segments that attach to a building's external face like a skin.
A key component of the building envelope is the curtain wall. By definition, the curtain wall is a non-load bearing exterior skin that does not contribute stiffness to the building structure. Key requirements of the curtain wall are to provide/maintain air/water integrity in the cladding system, adequate wind, thermal and seismic response in addition to provide light transmittance to the interior space. The actual constitution of a curtain wall is very important. This curtain wall often is a combination of several system types and combined to express the architectural intent and aesthetically define the building profile. The system schemes may be an all-glazed façade (aluminum framed systems, point-supported systems, cable net systems), an opaque façade (such as precast, natural stone and/or metal panels) or a combination of schemes dependent on the building intent..LEARN MORE
The residential door is an expression of personal style and individuality, communicating to visitors their first impression of those living inside. Aluminium doors are a contemporary reflection, they must also function to perfection and offer reliable protection against external environmental effects and unwelcome guests. Modern aluminium doors offer versatility in function and design for expressing your individual style. The special residential door geometry with its convex design sash lends the residential doors that special touch and extraordinary look.
The strength lies in the detail: uncompromising quality is born only of perfect harmony. Security is that good feeling you have when you close the door behind you and you feel simply at home. Multi point locking to get higher security. Irrespectively of the inward or outward opening mode, the universal residential door threshold or the aluminium frame glass door can be installed with peripheral sash frame or extra wide base profile. If barrier free access is wished, the residential door can be fitted with special brush seals, even without a threshold. Glass infill or aluminium panel or even wooden panel instead of glass can be installed..LEARN MORE
Height and width vary as per personal preferences, but our aluminium casement windows are customizable which means that they can be installed anywhere to suit various architectural styles. The load-bearing capacity of the windows enables designers to play with sizes and designs. Each window is perfectly tailored to ensure that the structural elements are well-preserved. Corner profiles and connectors increase the strength of the frame giving the windows and the building long-lasting durability and stability..LEARN MORE
A handrail is a rail that is designed to be grasped by the hand so as to provide stability or support. Handrails are commonly used while ascending or descending stairways and escalators in order to prevent injurious falls. Similarly, handrails are used as parapets for safety and aesthetics. Handrails are typically supported by posts or mounted directly to walls.
Handrails are commonly used while ascending or descending stairways and escalators in order to prevent injurious falls. Similarly, handrails are used as parapets for safety and aesthetics. Handrails are typically supported by posts or mounted directly to walls.LEARN MORE