Window System Features Integrated Design

Graham Architectural Products has unveiled its GT6 Window System, a family of casement, projected and fixed windows featuring an integrated design that enables matching sightlines in a variety of frame depths and thermal efficiencies.

The GT6 Window System features an integrated design that enables matching sightlines in a variety of frame depths and thermal efficiencies.
The GT6 Window System features an integrated design that enables matching sightlines in a variety of frame depths and thermal efficiencies.

The GT6 system uses common frame parts to allow numerous configurations and glazing styles. Each frame depth offers three glazing profile options; beveled, concave and flat.

Multiple frame depths are achieved by using different thermal breaks. By increasing the thermal break depth, the GT6 windows can reduce thermal conduction and provide more space for enhanced glazing packages, resulting in better thermal performance. This flexibility allows the GT6 to meet a range of thermal performance specifications and budgets.

All models incorporate advanced thermal strut technology for optimum thermal efficiency and low U-values. The GT6 product line achieves AAMA architectural (AW) ratings with minimum air infiltration, water resistance and design pressures.

The entire platform of products is designed with special frame raceways to accommodate multiple hardware options and accessory applications. Additionally, joinery allows for larger units and more configuration options. Two-tone (interior/exterior) color finish is available on all models.

For more information, visit the website.

Be the first to comment on "Window System Features Integrated Design"

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: