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MU 3000 Thermal
Thermally insulated sliding windows and doors
  • Characterised by streamline design and ease of assembly
  • Achieves perfect air and water tight seal as well as considerable increase in acoustic insulation
  • Use of thermal barrier achieved by utilising 24 mm polyamide profiles, developed to match the coefficient of linear expansion of aluminium
  • With a coefficient of thermal conductivity as low as 0.23 [W/(m2K)], the system offers superb thermal insulation properties which considerably reduce energy costs
  • Dual colour frames also possible 
  • Wide selection of European quality accessories available with all gaskets incorporated into the system complying with the highest European specifications
  • Glazing possibilities up to 24 mm double glazing
Finishing Options
Any of our standard 80 colours (ex-stock) or customised to your personal preferences directly from our own in-house production lines, which assures short lead times and warrantees quality in:
  • Anodizing to Qualanod®
  • Powder Coating to Qualicoat®
  • Wood effect to Qualideco®
The following values are indicative and can vary depending on the location, orientation and elevation of your project. Contact our technical department for more specialised assistance.

Technical Characteristics
Rail Width 100 - 150 mm
Sash Width 37 mm
Glass Options 24 mm
Maximum Sash Weight 200 kg

Performance & Classification
Thermal Transmittance Uw [W/(m2K)] 1.98                             
Sound Reduction 38 dB
Air Permeability 3
Water Tightness 4B
Resistance to Wind Load C2

Windows and doors can be designed with horizontal sliders. The sliding series provides space saving, a wide range of products to choose from with a multitude of colours and finishes, different interior and exterior colours and compatibility with any type of glass (single, double, etc.).
Each system features a variety of safety and security options. Outstanding weather resistance can be achieved with a high performance thermal break that improves energy efficiency and savings.
                                       
Click here for the Sliding Consolidated table, or here for the all series Consolidated table.
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