24 Jul, 2017
uPVC windows are made from rigid, high impact-resistant unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC). The extrusion has a multi-chamber system that makes them resistant to heat loss and condensation. uPVC windows do not have a tendency to distort when exposed to extremes of heat and cold so they remain easy to operate. The steel reinforced ensures that they keep their form and stability. uPVC corners are not mechanically joined but are welded together making the window or door one complete unit.
uPVC has evolved from basic plastic to one of the most advanced and researched products in the world. Like DNA manipulation, researchers have managed to add all the benefits of wood and aluminium while excluding all their weaknesses.
uPVC – Is the future.