Introducing PatUS+® PatUS+ has all the benefits of a high performance, composite timber and aluminium window combined with the classic design elements of thin glazing bars and internal moulding. PatUS+ windows achieve the traditional look and at the same time live up to the highest demands of functionality, ultra low-maintenance and long life. The PatUS+ system is ideal for projects where a traditional design and modern performance are not compromised.
PATUS+ has been developed by Rationel to offer a window with a traditional appearance to the market without compromising quality or techinical performance. While PATUS may be the preferred option for housing of just one or two storeys, PATUS+ is more likely to appeal to architects and specifiers looking for a solution to multi-storey construction. The timber used for the manufacturer of PATUS+ is taken from well-managed FSC® certified forests in Northern Europe. This guarantees the sourcing and sustainability of the timber. The timber is growing very slowly making it more resistant to warping, twisting and splitting.
PATUS+ has all the benefits of a high performance, composite timber/ aluminium window combined with the classic elements of thin glazing bars and internal moulding.
PATUS+ combines a traditional look with functionality, low-maintenance and long life. That makes it well suited to renovation schemes of older buildings, or new-build where a traditional design and modern performance are not compromised.
By having an aluminium cladding on the external face, PATUS+ extends the maintenance schedules for the windows and doors. The powder-coated aluminium cladding, available in a wide range of RAL colours, eliminates the need for re-painting or re-staining.
The benefit of cladding is particularly advantageous for high-rise structures as it lengthens the maintenance schedules and reduces the need for painting and access equipment.
WER1 = -3,8 kWh/m2 with double glazing and argon. WER2 = -7,1 kWh/m2 with triple glazing and argon.
Uw1 = 1,33 W/m2K with double glazing and argon. Uw2 = 1,09 W/m2K with triple glazing and argon.