Spectus Window Systems has stayed at the forefront of the industry with its intelligent, market-facing approach. This is evident in its continuous product progress and ability to work with market trends such as those witnessed in triple glazing.
Since the industry debated the triple glazing benefits some three years ago there has been an increasing traction in the concept especially where higher levels of thermal insulation are required which cannot always be achieved with double glazing.
The Spectus triple glazing solution offers customers total flexibility and product choice without compromising on style or finish.
Carmen Velilla, Brand Manager of Spectus explains: “We use our existing Elite 70 and Elite 63 suites in combination with a selection of beads to offer one of the most cost-effective and flexible ways of producing triple-glazed windows. Unlike other suppliers who may use a whole new system, the Spectus method keeps stockholding costs under control, fabrication lines flowing and allows installers to use both double and triple glazing in the same projects. It’s a winning combination.”
With three bead options, it’s possible to offer the exact specification or WER requirement needed and all Spectus’ beads work with both bevelled or ovolo shaped profiles. Furthermore, you can even use Georgian bars alongside triple glazing without compromising the aesthetics as the Spectus 36mm bead is perfectly proportioned for added period detail.
Spectus customers can choose from 36mm, 40mm and the highest-spec 44m in the Elite 70 system, along with the existing 36mm and 40mm in the Elite 63 system.
Carmen says, “Spectus fabricators can have every triple glazing option that they may ever need. But it also means they can fabricate to any specified WER up to the maximum A++.”
Demand for triple glazing is still growing and customers should be able to offer it with confidence and without compromising on quality or style. The triple and double-glazing options from Spectus means customers can do just that.