Products: Composite & Fiberglass Components

  • Composite & Fiberglass Components
    Fiberglass composite entry door and casement window profiles from Diversified Lineal Systems achieve test results far above AAMA minimum standards, the supplier reports. The casement window system, in particular, achieves a rating of CW 90. Fiberglass has long been known for strength and rigidity, DLS officials note, and with the ratings achieved by the supplier's systems, fabricators will be... more »
  • Composite & Fiberglass Components
    GlassCraft Door Co. introduced premium jamb components constructed from all-composite material that’s been tested for quality and durability. Performance tests show these components have low linear expansion in extreme temperatures and exhibit excellent screw-and-nail retention, company officials report. The non-splintering composite material will not twist, and can be cut or routed out... more »
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    Composite & Fiberglass Components
    SuperCapSR color technology is now offered on the supplier's MikronWood composite window systems. Low-heat absorbing SuperCapSR is is a molecularly-fused color layer that is an integral part of the profile, creating a more durable color surface. Unlike painted vinyl, the tough co-extruded acrylic color layer is highly scratch-resistant and more durable to protect windows during delivery and... more »
  • Composite & Fiberglass Components
    Advanced Fiber Products manufactures pultruded fiberglass lineals as a high-strength, lightweight, corrosion-resistant alternative to steel, aluminum and wood for a variety of applications, including window and door components. The material has low thermal conductivity, which the company reports reduces or eliminates the need for thermal barriers or insulation. It is also dimensionally stable,... more »
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    Composite & Fiberglass Components
    MikronWood Replacement 1700 Series Frames combine the beauty of wood with the weatherable, no-maintenance advantages of a composite. The material can’t absorb moisture so it is a very durable, rot and insect-proof material, the supplier reports. Unlike fiberglass, it is does not require pre-drilling or mechanical joinery. It mills and fabricates like wood and is bendable and weldable.... more »