Epwin Window Systems has just released a new 36-page brochure on Stellar, its brand new aluminium window and door system, for the commercial sector. Mark Austin, Sales Director (Aluminium) at Epwin Window Systems, said: “Stellar was designed for retail and light commercial use and its intelligent design and superior aesthetics deliver a powerful competitive advantage. This brochure showcases the Stellar difference and equips commercial fabricators with the technical details they need. It completes the suite of Stellar marketing material that gives fabricators and installers in all sectors the literature they need to sell the system to their customers. It will also prove invaluable for architects and specifiers looking for more information on the system.”
As the brochure explains, Stellar is suitable for housebuilders, for hospitals, care homes, schools and colleges. Construction or refurbishment, commercial or residential, heritage or cutting edge, it’s the low-rise aluminium window and door solution that excels in almost any environment.
And Stellar’s versatility is only the start. The aluminium window and door system is packed with benefits that add value to commercial fabricators’ businesses.
Thanks to innovations such as the patent-pending reverse butt joint that eliminates the complexity from making internally glazed windows, Stellar uses approximately 30% less aluminium than comparable systems. It’s therefore more sustainable and less likely to generate waste and is also up to 20% quicker to fabricate.
In terms of aesthetics, Stellar has the slimmest sightlines on the market – Stellar’s frames are 30% slimmer than those of its closest competitor, says the company. Based on an internally glazed GGF standard window, with Stellar, there’s an extra 12% glass area, helping to create light-filled space. The company states, the system has clean lines and is the only aluminium system to have the option of a genuinely fully flush casement window. It has a contemporary style that works with more traditional architecture and thanks to a 36mm cill that replicates timber, it’s ideal for conservation areas too.
In terms of performance, Stellar can reach a WER of Band A+ and achieve U-values as low as 1.2W/m2K with triple glazing.
Early adopters of Stellar are already reporting on its impressive credentials. It means that commercial fabricators looking to gain competitive advantage should request a copy of the Stellar commercial brochure and take the first step to becoming a Stellar fabricator today.