Aluplast’s new open-out Flush Door has successfully passed the PAS24:2016 and BS6375-2:2009 testing procedures, the3 company has announced.

Like the company’s Flush Casement, the new dedicated Flush Door suites with the systems company’s Ideal 70 and Ideal 4000 profiles. It has a five-chamber design that can achieve U-values as low as 1.2W/m2K, and is manufactured using ecotech, which uses recycled content in a profile’s design.

“Since the doors are a focal point for would-be intruders, it is vital that you can prove that your products meet the strictest security requirements in the industry, especially since there is increased demand from higher value properties,” director of sales and marketing Ian Cocken said.

“Having the credentials to prove the high performance of your products could be a key point of differentiation when you are in front of the customer.” 

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