Deceuninck Earns Passive House Certification for Tilt and Turn Window

Window & Door
October 16, 2018
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Pictured: a cross section of Deceuninck
North America’s Revolution XL Tilt &
Turn Passive House Edition window,
which has earned certification as a
Passive House Component. 

The Passive House Institute certified Deceuninck North America’s Revolution XL Tilt & Turn window as a Passive House Component.

The Passive House Institute is an independent research institute focusing on the research and development of energy-efficient buildings. Passive House Institute principles are based on performance standards that can create heating- and cooling-related energy savings of up to 90 percent.
 
“We developed the Revolution XL Tilt & Turn Passive House Edition window to support our customers who are following Passive House building design principles for residential and commercial projects,” says Filip Geeraert, president and CEO, Deceuninck North America. “The Passive House certification further demonstrates our commitment to building a high-performance home through innovation, design and sustainability.”
 
The low-profile Revolution XL Tilt & Turn Passive House Edition configurations use a limited number of PVC profiles—providing flexible design, manufacturing ease and reducing inventory, says the company.