The HF 410 is a puristic Internorm aluminium timber window that meets the highest demands for heat protection. Thin, bonded layers of wood in the core is the technology of HF 410.
This profile is especially suitable for homes located near waterfronts, areas of high humidity and damp climates. The innovative laminated veneer lumber (LVL) core is humidity-resistant and is considerably less susceptible to expansion and contraction compared to a traditional solid wood core. Due to the high rigidity of the product attained by the LVL property, the windows can be built in larger sizes.
The angular design creates a diminished appearance — With weather-resistant aluminium on the outside, and a natural timber surface on the inside.
With new Internorm technology at its core in the form of the stable I-tec Core and an extremely weatherproof aluminium shell on the exterior, it ensures a high level of resistance and strength. The sash and the frame are insulated with foam, further improving its energy efficiency and sound reduction. I-tec Glazing ensures excellent stability, thermal insulation, and security due to the all-round bonding of the glass pane.
Stable core- I-Tec Core
The new I-tec Core features laminated veneer lumber (LVL) at the core of the window frame. This technology is typically used for stable roof beams and supports due to its high load-bearing capacity and incredible strength. Wood is a material particularly susceptible to expansion and contraction as temperatures change each season. However, I-tec Core eliminates this common issue.
"Energy Genius" award for HF 410
Internorm was awarded the "Energy Genius 2016" prize for its timber/aluminium HF 410 window.
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