Partnership Creates Ventilation Solution for Commercial Windows

Deceuninck North America, a designer and manufacturer of systems for windows, doors and outdoor living, has formed a marketing partnership with RENSON Ventilation NV, a trendsetter in natural ventilation and sun protection, to add greater value to Deceuninck’s vinyl windows for commercial applications.

Deceuninck’s Revolution Tilt-and-Turn Window now is outfitted with the Invisivent EVO ventilator from RENSON demonstrating how the two products seamlessly work together. Deceuninck’s Revolution Tilt-and-Turn Windows feature a seven-chamber thermal structure and multifunctional operability in a window that has the capability of achieving an R-value of 7+ and a C-100 rating. Revolution tilts in and locks for secure, indirect ventilation. It has minimal frame and sash sightlines and features maximum daylight area to take full advantage of today’s high-performance glass technologies. The product offers installation accessories for the North American market and has complete compatibility with popular North American door systems. With a broad range of architectural colors, woodgrain patterns and finishes, Revolution also has an integral screen system, structurally bonded glazing technology and American Architectural Manufacturers Association- (AAMA-) certified profiles.

The Invisivent EVO is a thermally broken window ventilator that is installed on top of the PVC window frame. This almost invisible installation guarantees maximum light penetration as the glass size is not reduced.

“At Deceuninck North America, we are always seeking partners that can bring innovative solutions to the table, solutions that make our windows even more distinctive and better than what is available in the marketplace,” says Filip Geeraert, president and CEO of Deceuninck North America. “We are pleased to partner with RENSON, and we think people will be impressed by what they see.”

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