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NEW MULTI-POINT LOCKING SYSTEMS FOR STEEL WINDOWS

The SWA worked in conjunction with the leading UK-based hardware company, Basta Parsons (an SWA member) on the development of the multi-point locking system which is supplied to manufacturers as a kit of parts, suiting all size options within the W40 range from 600 mm up to 2400 mm

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STEEL WINDOW ASSEMBLY OPENS UP SHOREDITCH SKYLINE

A high performance steel framed glazing system has been supplied by a member of the Steel Window Association to create an unusually large sliding door system that opens up the top floor suite on a redeveloped office building with an imposing view of the City of London skyline.

ASD Architectural

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WHY STEEL IS THE GREENEST

All UK steel windows are now manufactured from recycled steel. And when they come to the end of their useful life, perhaps centuries from now (steel does not warp, rot or degrade), they can be recycled again!

The steel window industry is now recognised as amongst the greenest building product

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LISTED APARTMENTS LIFTED BY STEEL WINDOWS WINDOW CONTRACT

Bermondsey-based West Leigh Ltd won the contract on Cropthorne Court in Maida Vale, the only residential building designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, the famous English architect. Cropthorne Property Management, the organisation representing the residents of the 42 apartments in the building, approached the specialist steel window manufacturer to

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EVOLUTION OF STEEL WINDOWS DEMONSTRATED BY DARWIN PROJECT

EVOLUTION OF STEEL WINDOWS DEMONSTRATED BY DARWIN PROJECT

Refurbishment work on one of the Royal College of Art's main campus buildings in London has provided a snapshot of the way that steel windows have developed over the past century, while greatly improving both the thermal performance of the property.

Steel Window

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STEEL WINDOWS REMIND US 'O' IS FOR OVALTINE

Members of the Steel Window Association are accustomed to either restoring or matching unusual pieces of architectural ironmongery when carrying out conservation contracts, but the manufacturer involved with the conversion of a former art deco drinks factory was confronted with a bigger than normal challenge.

Monk Metal Windows was chosen

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