Hope’s Windows Inc. has announced the expansion of its One55 Series fixed windows to feature Thermal Evolution technology, meeting a growing demand in the residential building market.
One55 Series fixed, solid hot-rolled thermal steel windows rely on Hope’s Thermal Evolution technology. The series replicates the aesthetic of historic, industrial steel windows with arrow-shaped profiles and delicate sightlines, combining the visual appearance of the past with the thermal technology of the present. Product features include custom, solid hot-rolled steel profiles; fusion-welded frame and muntin construction; welded steel simulated or true divided lite muntin options; and Hope’s exclusive Power of 5 Finishing System including hot-dipped galvanizing, abrasion resistant epoxy powder primers, and UV-stable polyurethane top coats in unlimited color choices. The windows accommodate up to 1-1/4-inch thick glass units.
Hope’s Thermal Evolution technology is a solution for hot-rolled, solid steel windows to meet stringent energy efficiency standards. Steel is five times more thermally resistant, making it the ideal material for energy efficient windows and doors.
Hope’s One55 Series fixed windows are custom-designed to a maximum size of 192- by 102-inches and accommodates up to 1-1/4-inch thick glass units. The divided lite profiles (grids) can be simulated or true. The windows can be either interior or exterior glazed.
Hope’s One55 Series is designed for projects requiring replication of historic steel windows with arrow profiles; unique to the market for meeting today’s structural performance requirements, providing product integrity and accommodating varying glass thicknesses including insulated glass.
With all products Hope’s prides itself on a commitment to testing and certification. The company subjects its products to third-party testing. Hope’s will continue to push the limits beyond what conventional wisdom deems possible in its goals to achieve new possibilities in window and door design, delivered with peace of mind.