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Fairview Thermal Linear 40 is a thermally broken double glazed aluminium window with ‘Thermal break’ technology. This ensures the aluminium is more robust to changes in temperature. Thermal windows are able to withstand the harshest weather conditions, but flexible enough to hold up to tripleglazing and larger-sized glass panels. The combination of flush surfaces and square shapes gives the TL40 suite a clean, modern aesthetic. Designed for residential environments where improved thermal performance is important; custom-built for New Zealand's harshest winds, iciest mornings and chilliest nights.

Features:

  • Square glazing bead options for optimal aesthetic appearance.
  • 40mm glazing platform provides a glazing capability of 18mm to 30mm (min-max).
  • 15mm polyamide thermal break for thermal performan
  • Sliding doors panels can span up to 2400mm height and 1500mm width, creating impressive openings. Heavy duty roller options manages panels up to 150kg.
  • Traditional New Zealand installation method using timber reveals.
  • Condensation evaporation channel.
  • 19mm weather facing flange.

Finishes/colour:

  • Huge range of standard and non-standard powder coat colours available.
  • Anodising provides a matt metallic finish. Standard colour options are silver, black and bronze, 20 micron thickness. Other colours and thicknesses are also available.
  • EUROWOODTM range has a timber look. Available in a range of wood-grain finishes.
  • 15 year powdercoating warranty on colour integrity and film integrity for use in most residential environments (Excludes commercial, high-rise and marine usage). Some conditions apply.
  • Some colour considerations are required when selecting thermally broken joinery.

Technical and Environmental Benefits

Thermally improved windows provide the better energy efficiency and when combined with high performance glass solutions, the benefits are even greater. Depending on the size of the unit, Fairview Thermal Linear 40 products achieve optimum R-value results and WEERS stars (Window Energy Efficiency Rating System).

Indicative R-value for Fairview Thermal Linear 40:

  • With standard clear glass DGU: R-value >0.32*
  • With Low E & argon infill DGU: R-value >0.46*
  • WEERS rating – up to 6 stars

* Minimum R-value to achieve EECA ENERGY STAR certification is 0.32.

 Performance and test standards:

  • Tested to both conventional design parameters: NZS4211:2008 and AS2047 and to specific design criteria where project requirements have demanded higher levels of performance. In some cases simulating wind speeds in excess of 300km/h to test ultimate structural strength. Specific design criteria based on configurations and site requirements.
  • Tested in an international accredited laboratory and complies with international accreditation NZS/ISO/IEC 17025:1999.

Manufacturer and Supplier Information - Fairview Windows

Fairview began in 1968 and is still proudly owned by the same Kiwi family today. A hands-on company driven by the same passion to go the extra mile for their customers. From simple renovations to bespoke architectural homes, every project is different; every one being unique. Fairview understand New Zealand conditions and building standards, and design products in accordance with this. 

Application and Purpose

High quality residential applications where improved thermal performance is important. Suitable for mid to high end homes. Best when modern, flat aesthetic is required and timber reveals are needed. Designed to be integrated with other Fairview Thermal or Fairview Architectural ranges for maximum design advantages.

Installation and Maintenance

Full details on installation and maintenance are available from Fairview Systems or their manufacturers. All warranties are subject to adherence to the Fairview Care & Maintenance Guide. In some instances documented proof of maintenance may be required.

Care for aluminium joinery by using a mild soap, warm water and a quality soft-bristled brush or cloth. Dishwashing liquid is always handy and works well. Simply wash the entire frame with soapy water. Use clean water to rinse, and dry to avoid streaking.

Wash glass at the same time as the frames. Use warm water and soap. You can also use a specialised glass cleaner. Use a cloth, soft bristled brush or sponge. Then rinse with clean water. Remember to dry your glass with a clean cloth, paper towel or grit-free squeegee to finish. It isn’t clean until it’s dry.

Wash your hardware every month with a mild cleaner, like dishwashing liquid mixed with warm water. Adjust and lubricate your hardware as directed by supplier. Clean your hinges and window stays at the same time as your aluminium joinery, with a mild cleaner.

Fairview's easy to follow Care & Maintenance Guide includes full guidance for looking after the complete window and door system, including tips and advice for joinery, glass and hardware.

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  • Email: info@fairviewgroup.co.nz

  • Phone: +64 9 574 2900

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    Fairview Systems Limited, 3 Timaru Place, Mt Wellington, Auckland 1060

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