The FLW 40 represents a landmark in the development glass-louvred ventilators. The triple-glazed louvre blades offer a number of benefits, including exceptional U-values and improved sound reduction..
The increased rigidity of the louvre structure means that individual blade heights of up to 500mm are now possible. This not only improves its appearance, reducing the overall number of louvres, but also enhances outward vision and light transmission.
In addition, this feature can assist the architect in his design concept, for example, matching the louvre height to adjacent linear building features, such as cladding.
The design of the FLW 40 combines high quality construction with flush-fitting louvres & frames to give a distinctive aesthetic finish.
The coldbridge-free framing and maintenance-free rack & pinion mechanism provide the reliability of performance expected of Fieger Louvre Windows.