Products

  • In its 11,000-square-foot booth, Veka will highlight fully developed PVC-U component systems. System portfolios include lift-and-slide doors, thresholds and front door solutions, including a special profile exclusively designed for sash concealing door panels. In addition, fensterbau attendees will be able to explore VEKA’s Partner Network, which not only guarantees fabricators a... more »
  • American Renolit Corp. will display a full range of films for the window and door market, including Renolit Exofol FX high performance, acrylic-based exterior film, Renolit Exofol IN woodgrain film for the interior of PVC windows, andRenolit Exofol MLA films for fingerjointed wood substrates like windows, door jambs, trim and more. The latter is available in several ... more »
  • The focus of the 4,000-square-foot Stürtz booth at this year's fensterbau event will be single-machine solutions for window fabrication. Stürtz offers a full range of manufacturing solutions for the fenestration industry and continues to focus on the development of standalone machines and automated systems. more »
  • In addition to the new GCL glass cutting table, Lisec will promote solutions for the production of "light" insulating glass units in double, triple and quadruple configurations. Using heat-strengthened thin glass, these IG units are lighter, slimmer and offer increased insulation values compared to traditional units, according to the exhibitor. more »
  • aluplast GmbH will feature its new modular lift-and-slide door system. Due to a reduced number of components, the modular system allows for considerably shorter manufacturing times, reduced set-up times and minimal tool changing, the exhibitor reports. Available in three different models, the system meets various energy efficiency requirements; the Premium version can comply with even the highest... more »
  • Rotox will display the SMK 510 accelerated welding system for PVC window and door corners. According to the supplier,  the system is approximately 50 percent faster than conventional welding methods. more »