MasterLine 8 is a unique window system that combines countless design opportunities with first in class performance in terms of thermal insulation, air-and water-tightness, and production speed. The system offers a wide design range and ultimate performance regarding thermal insulation and air- and water tightness. This new generation of innovative window solutions mirrors the current architectural trend towards maximising daylight while offering ultimate insulation levels.
MasterLine 8 features 3 different levels of insulation for high insulated, low energy and even passive houses. These different levels of insulation are achieved by the integration of new and clever materials. The unique concept makes it possible to combine an extensive range of window opening types, design variants, and different levels of thermal insulation. The design variants, each with their own distinct look and feel, make MasterLine 8 suitable for any architectural style.
Year of market release: 2016
Green technology: YES
MasterLine 8 Functional
It has Cradle 2 Cradle Bronze certification. The Cradle to Cradle Certified™ program is a third party, multi-attribute certification administered by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute that assesses a product’s safety to humans and the environment and design for future life cycles. The certificate is a type I environmental label as determined by ISO 14024. Type I means that the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute has established a set of criteria which outline which properties an environmental product must have and in addition, they have established a third-party certification process.
It also has a Minergie module certificate. Minergie is a Swiss sustainability label for new and refurbished buildings. Comfort is at the heart of this label: the comfort of the users living or working in the building. This level of comfort is made possible by performing building envelopes and the continuous renewal of air. Minergie modules are selected and certified components and component systems in Minergie quality. They are the building blocks of the Minergie house, yet the use of Minergie modules is not mandatory. In addition to aspects of energy consumption, modules also meet other important criteria: usability, mechanical strength, ease of maintenance and economy.
Solid sub-construction (concrete, bricks, solid wood, steel etc.) required.
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