Aluminium tile Softline window sill, Anthracite RAL 7016
Aluminium tile Softline window sills are modern solutions for people who value both excellent quality and modern design. Manufactured based on patented technology, they feature unique solutions creating a perfect imitation of a soft version of a brick tile in a selection of antique powdercoat paints.
Aluminium tile Softline window sills are modern solutions for people who value both excellent quality and modern design. Manufactured based on patented technology, they feature unique solutions creating a perfect imitation of a soft version of a brick tile in a selection of antique powdercoat paints. Our window sills are made of high quality pressed aluminium sheets and are available in antique colours – copper, anthracite, oak, bronze and white. They are also versatile, and can be installed with wood, PVC and aluminium windows. Resistant to changing weather conditions, damp and impervious to household chemicals, they drain water perfectly and protect the exterior wall finish of the building. Aluminium tile window sills are modern, stylish solution for any home.
FEATURES OF ALUMINIUM TILE SOFTLINE WINDOW SILLS
- material: pressed aluminium sheet (brick tile imitation in soft version), th.1,2 mm
- all window sills are UV and weather resistant
- intended for installation with PVC, wood and aluminium windows
- end-caps to the window sill must be purchased separately:
ADVANTAGES OF ALUMINIUM TILE SOFTLINE WINDOW SILLS
- extremely attractive and durable
- protect the exterior wall finish of buildings and drain well
- damp and stain resistant
- resistant to chemicals and household cleaners
- durable and highly functional
- shipping cost provided in the bookmark ‘delivery’ applies to window sills with the maximum length of 1,7m and weight up to 30 kg. In case of longer sills or larger weight the delivery cost will be calculated individually
- price refers to the smallest available width (depth) of the window sill.
INSTALLATION OF ALUMINIUM WINDOW SILLS
The installation method and location of a window sill can lead to fungus or mould formation as well as so-called 'thermal bridges' (local reduction of thermal insulating power). So, certain principles need to be observed during sill installation.
The sill should protrude approximately 30–40 mm from the wall. It should be attached to the so called 'T-moulding', which is permanently screwed to the lower part of the window frame. Using the T-moulding, it is possible to correctly seal the window reveals.
If the window sill is installed with a PVC or aluminium window, the window sill flange should be placed under the window reveal T-moulding.
When installing a wooden window, check if the sash frame member (stile/rail) features a factory-made notch used to mount the window sill. If there is no such notch, a 'wall chase' should be made.
Due to the fact that aluminium window sills expand linearly (1.2 mm per 1 running metre) an 'expansion joint' (the space between two adjacent surfaces that allows for their independent static work and deformation) should be left between adjacent surfaces. This should be 5 mm on both sides of the window sill.
When installing a sill remember to maintain a 5–10 percent drop so water can drain freely away.
Window sills are installed with aluminium or PVC side caps. At the front of a building,
the caps have a closed slot to drain water away, in order to avoid plaster cracking.
Polyurethane glues should be used during installation.
Remove the protective film immediately after installation.
All necessary accessories required for proper installation of window sills (including side caps) can be found in our shop under 'Accessories'.
|Colour||Anthracite RAL 7016|
|Length||up to 600 cm|
|Type||External window sill|
|Width - range||10-40 cm|
|Dedicated sill connector||Yes, extra charge|
|End caps||Yes, extra charge|
|Mounting foam||Yes, extra charge|
|Warranty time||12 months|
- Product is available
- Personal collection
- Realization 4 - 8 working days
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