Deceuninck North America to Launch its New First-Rate Window & Door Systems
Look what’s on display at GlassBuild 2019? It’s the 164 Series, 173 Series and new options for eos and Revolution XL.
Deceuninck North America marked its 5th decade at GlassBuild America, a glass, window, and door industry trade show that took place on Sept. 17-19th, 2019 in Atlanta.
During that time the company launched two new products. They also came up with a series of new choices for its current eos Window Series and Revolution XL windows and doors.
The new 164 Series Hurricane Impact Resistant Window System has a design that meets the needs of replacement, new construction, or light commercial projects.
These are available in picture window configurations and a single-hung single-slider.
The frame options come with a Florida flange, pre-punched fin and masonry clip.
The impact system’s design meets the building code specifications up to Wind Zone 3 and ASTM E 1886/1996, and has an AAMA rating of up to DP50.
“This is an exciting time for us at GlassBuild as we celebrate our fifth decade and look to the future with our customers and the industry,” says Filip Geeraert, president and CEO, Deceuninck North America.
The 173 Series Window System’s design is ideal for remodeling and replacement projects.
It is a high-performance system that includes multiple sash choices and companion sliders.
It is made for Innergy rigid thermal reinforcements and comes with a full-width weather stripping and triple weather seal.
The current product line additions come with a new sill option for the eos Window System This was an energy-optimized window system made to meet the certification standards of ENERGY STAR 6.0.
The Revolution XL series now has a new French Door configuration and a North American frame.
The latter has a measurement of 3 1/4 inches wide and includes a built-in accessory groove and an integral nail fin.
Revolution XL products are made for first-rate thermal and acoustic performance, and come in standard and Passive House Certified configurations.
“Today’s solutions for building sustainable, energy efficient homes and buildings and tomorrow’s advancements are the result of our commitment to innovation, design and sustainability,” continued Filip Geeraert.