Xtralite’s next generation roof light continues to offer the industry greater flexibility during the installation process. The X2 range was developed to provide a solution to differing roof insulation thicknesses which can cause complications during the rooflight installation process.
One of its unique features and probably the most visible is its suite of interchangeable and interlocking PVC extruded kerbs. This system eradicates the need to construct metal frames or timber grounds as the vertical riser sections can accommodate both flat board and tapered insulation schemes therefore offering a totally bespoke kerb height solution.
As well as the interchangeable kerb heights, Xtralite has incorporated a host of design features into the X2. The ventilation has been overhauled to provide numerous benefits.
The new design vent offers a maximum of 802cm per linear metre when fully opened which provides increased levels of ventilation over traditional rooflight vents, the system directs air flow upward toward the underside of the glazing which reduces risk of downdraughts and condensation forming.
Jim Lowther, Sales Director at Xtralite explains why the X2 is so popular: “It’s simple, the X2 offers greater flexibility in its unique design but also addresses requirements for increased sustainability and building performance.”
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