Architectural aluminium systems specialist, Technal, has published a new technical guide to specifying its recently expanded FXi casement window suite.

The literature provides architects and building contractors with clear and concise information about the three window systems now available in the FXi range, and is illustrated with CAD drawings and a selection of photographs of recent applications.

The guide outlines the features of each window system, examples of U-values for different window sizes and configurations, weather performance test results, size and weight limitations, and options for safety and security.

The FXi suite has been developed by Technal to offer enhanced thermal performance, helping specifiers to deliver finished buildings which heat up more quickly, stay warmer longer and cost less to run.

With the right combination of frame and glazing, the requirements outlined in the revised Building Regulations for England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland, can be met across the FXi range with no compromise on quality, aesthetics, weather resistance or long-term durability. Technal has recently expanded this range with the addition of a 65mm module designed to give specifiers more choice and flexibility for improving thermal efficiency.

As with the other systems in the FXi suite, FXi65 uses quality components and can be supplied in a full range of configurations to suit most situations. The system also shares many common accessories with the FXi46 and FXi52 windows to simplify specification and fabrication.

FXi aluminium windows and balcony doors