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.
|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.