Modplan Ltd

Modplan add new Flush Sash Window options to its portfolio

Trade fabricator Modplan has just added the welded and mechanical transom versions of the VEKA Halo Flush Sash Window to its portfolio. Justin Williams, International Sales and Marketing Director at Modplan, said: “Our focus is always to give customers what they need. The popularity of high value specialist windows is growing rapidly. By adding the VEKA Halo Flush Sash welded and mechanical transom options, we’re giving our customers an extra level of choice to deliver what the markets need.”

The VEKA Flush Sash Window is a versatile window. It sits flush within its frame, making it perfect for heritage and conservation projects and as an alternative to aluminium. Modplan will be manufacturing the window products with a CNC Machining Centre and Quad Welder in a dedicated area of its Newport factory site. This will ensure competitive lead times that will help customers complete projects more quickly. Combined with the company’s commitment to delivering the highest possible quality standards at all times, it’s a valuable proposition.

Modplan is able to tailor the window to meet precise project requirements. It is available in both sculptured and bevelled versions, both of which have 28mm glazing beads. It uses Yale hardware incorporating night vent function dual cams as standard with the option to upgrade to Yale Lifetime Security with hinge protector. There is also an enhanced option which upgrades the window to Secured By Design Certification by using security glazing clips and 6.8mm laminated glass.

Justin said: “We strive to exceed customers’ increasing expectations at all times – we call it the Modplan Mission. One of the ways we do this is by ensuring our product range delivers best-in-class solutions that satisfy market trends. The VEKA Halo Flush Sash Window options is the perfect example of such a product.”

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