ISO-Chemie’s Designs On New Fenesration Construction Sheets

by | Dec 8, 2020 | Accessories

Foam sealant tape specialist ISO Chemie has introduced its new ISO-TOP CONSTRUCTION SHEETS WF3 to the UK fenestration sector to provide improved design and installation for windows and doors.

ISO-TOP CONSTRUCTION SHEETS WF3 are the latest addition the company’s in-front-of-wall installation systems and can be used either as adapter boards as part of a system profile, or as individual components to support profiles, packing strips or shaped window cill parts.

Manufactured from high density Thermapor, ISO-Chemie says the boards offer excellent load bearing capacity – in excess of 650kPA – and can be quickly and easily sawn or cut to shape and size onsite, to provide an effective installation and sealing solution as part of ISO Chemie’s window thermal insulating and load bearing bracket system, ISO-TOP WINFRAMER.

ISO-TOP CONSTRUCTION SHEETS WF3, which are available from 20 – 100mm thickness, can also be used to adapt roller shutting casings and venetian blind boxes. They can also form the basis for multi-level sealing with joint sealing strips or other ISO Chemie tapes such as ISO-BLOCO One, ISO-BLOCO One Control, ISO-BLOCO 300 and 600.

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