Systems house, Liniar has joined forces with hardware specialist Siegenia to provide the ideal solution for its customers to produce a comprehensive PVCu tilt and turn window and door system.
As one of the UK’s leading profile manufacturers, Liniar is known for its forward-thinking development of products. For this project, it partnered with Siegenia to introduce a concealed tilt and turn system, using Siegenia TITAN AF axxent hardware for use on commercial and domestic applications.
Speaking on behalf of Liniar, Technical Support Engineer Shaun Adams commented:
“We’re seeing a market trend across UK developments to fit tilt and turn systems due to their versatility. We wanted to be able to provide our customers with a window and door system which ticked all the boxes for every application. The TITAN AF concealed hardware sailed through technical testing on Liniar’s profile achieving BSi PAS24, BS6375 – parts 1, 2 and 3 – and Document Q.
“Aesthetics are also a major concern to us when introducing new products – we wanted the system to look the part when fitted. The TITAN AF is engineered for simple fabrication to provide outstanding performance, offering strengthened, concealed components for a sleek, unobtrusive finish – even on larger sashes.”
Amit Mistry, Siegenia Account Manager worked with Liniar on the project, said: “TITAN AF axxent 24+ hardware will offer Liniar fabricators a variation of benefits – including; maximum weight capacities of up to 150kg with built-in ‘run-up’ blocks and rollers on bottom corners, no additional tooling with jigless fitting, and a ‘Comfort CAM’ technology providing a smoother and easier overall operation.”
Adrian Vicker, Siegenia, General Manager commented: “This is a great collaboration for both organisations. We look forward to providing Liniar customers with support in order to produce the newly introduced product range and see how the two systems can work in unison to provide financial benefits to both the fabricator and the installer.”