Reynaers Aluminium, one of the leading aluminium system companies in the UK and Europe, will demonstrate its new systems and capabilities at the upcoming BSEC 2010 exhibition and conference, at ExCel, London.
The two day event is the UKs largest schools-specific design and construction conference and exhibition, bringing together over 5,000 attendees and 270 exhibitors.
Following the success of the 2009 event, Reynaers will again be exhibiting a number of innovative window and door systems, including Airmax, a unique parallel opening window and the new Eco 75 window and door system.
Reynaers has an extensive portfolio that also includes sliding elements, curtain walling and shading systems. They also have a great deal of industry experience ranging from hotels and shopping centres to schools, colleges, universities and hospital buildings.
The public sector is an area in which we have considerable experience, explains Paul Duffy, Reynaers UK Head of Sales. We understand the need to meet stringent health and safety requirements, but also that these demands need to be considered against authority budget constraints.
The Building Schools for the Future programme is something we have been involved with over a number of years, working with local authorities to create products that are manufactured to the highest standards and meet their specific requirements.
Of particular interest at this years event will be Reynaers Airmax system, a unique parallel opening window, which allows air flow through all four perimeters. This increases air flow by around 50 percent, which creates less draught as the opening is evenly distributed around the perimeter of the frame.
Available as both a stand alone window and also as part of the curtain wall range, Airmax allows architects greater freedom when designing a building. Further to this, the angle of the glass is maintained whether the windows are open or closed, offering significant aesthetic benefits. A recent independent study carried out by Arup, based on a classroom scenario, established that far greater air exchange was achieved when using a Reynaers Airmax window in place of a traditional top hung opener.
The ingenious design also helps to ensure optimum safety making it the ideal solution for the education environment.
Also on display will be Eco 75, the latest addition to Reynaers popular Eco system range. Eco 75, with its 75mm deep outer frame, has a superior thermal performance to steel and concrete and is highly cost effective. This makes it an ideal product for school refurbishments.
We have the experience, the products and the proven track record that mean that Reynaers are ideally positioned to provide solutions, not only for the schools sector, but also for other projects, continued Paul Duffy.
Reynaers has an ongoing commitment to further research and development to ensure a steady flow of new, innovative products, whilst continuing to develop and enhance the existing systems.
For full details visit the Reynaers stand No.460.
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