Aluminum sills are made of aluminum Alcan Globalcolor Prof. 2000 with a thickness of 1.20 mm, coated with polyester. Aluminum sills are formed by cold bending in edging machines. They are characterized by very high quality, and resistance to weathering. They are flexible and durable, resistant to moisture, chemicals, they are non-flammable. Well fitted protect the facade of buildings and disperse water.
Window sills are made of the highest grade, hot-dip galvanized steel (zinc weight 275 g/m2) and sheet thickness of 0.70 mm, and then veneered with pvc decorative film that fits perfectly with the woodwork of the window. Additionally, the new shape of the sill gives elegance and exclusive look to the facade. Capable of withstanding adverse external factors, such as: UV radiation, moisture, temperature.
Window sills are made of the highest grade, hot-dip galvanized steel (zinc weight 275 g/m2) and sheet thickness of 0.75 mm and then powder coated with the world-class polyester paints: Coroflex, Antislip (well protecting the sheet against corrosion for many years).
PVC window sills are aesthetic, durable and scratch-resistant, non-flammable and easy to handle and install. Due to strong veneer, the window sill surface is easy to clean, resistant to water, moisture, steam and UV radiation. An important advantage is the stability of PVC window sill profile in terms of size and shape.