Kömmerling’s KBE System 88 has received PassivHaus certification.
KBE System 88 includes six chambers and an 88mm depth frame, and has a U-value of 0.7W/(m²K), using argon gas filling in the IGU.
Kömmerling’s KBE System 88, which was launched in July, has now received PassivHaus certification.
KBE System 88 includes six chambers and an 88mm depth frame. It has a U-value of 0.7W/(m²K), using argon gas filling in the IGU, which exceeds Passivhaus specification, and is designed to include high performance triple-glazing as standard.
The system also includes a range of reinforcement options, including foam-coated steels and the PVCU sections, which are co-extruded with a Greenline lead-free skin and a full-recycled internal construction.
The system is available in 44 different colour options, as well as the option of Alustar, an aluminium cladding section designed to meet the needs of architects and offering to use the entire RAL colour spectrum. The system also incorporates high security hardware from Kömmerling’s O70 Gold and C70 Gold systems.
The Kömmerling brand is the first key producer in the world to manufacture profiles not only with regrinds in virgin window PVC-U, but also exclusively with lead-free PVC with ‘green’ stabilizers based on calcium and zinc.