ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE WINDOWS

Architectural bronze – a mixture of copper and brass

Regarding architectural bronze windows the copper alloy of the profiles does not need any surface treatment to be protected against weather influences.
The natural coating creates a durable protective film. The so-called bluing with the “bronze antique” effect accelerates this natural process. Due to their classic design, bronze profiles are ideal for refurbishing heritage-protected buildings.


Bronze Nature Design
Bronze Nature Design
Bronze Browned Design
Bronze Browned Design
Bronze Verdigris Design
Bronze Verdigris Design
Bronze Antique Design
Bronze Antique Design

Comparative values of the different materials

Architectural Bronze

Aluminium

Specific weight

 

8,3

 

2,7

Thermal conduction W/m?K

 

80

 

237

Linear thermal expansion coefficient mm/mt X 1°C

 

0,019

 

0,023

Tensile modulus Mpa

 

85000 

 

69000

Tensile strength Mpa

 

390

 

200/240

Threshold value plastic deformation at 0.2% Mpa

 

200

 

170

A-brass bar “architectural bronze” before extrusion

B-extruded profiles in brass “architectural bronze”

 

 

Architectural bronze windows impress with a stylish look and complete stylishly precious woods such as oak, Sipo mahagony or walnut.

The Rauh range offers a flush or sharp-edged solution for wall windows or post-and-beam insert windows. The indoor facing sash is also available in a sharp-edged solution.