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FIN-Project aluminium windows

Elegant aluminium design and excellent heat insulation

Clear, simple aluminium design, combined with excellent heat insulation values: this is our FIN-Project. 

This innovative window system combines the best features of two proven materials: the weatherproof and aesthetically pleasing aluminium on the outside and inside is not only very easy to maintain, but also opens up many possibilities in terms of colours. The high-quality PVC profiles in the core ensure exceptional thermal insulation and a high degree of tightness. 

Our fitting Fittings refer to all the metallic and non-metallic parts that permit the opening and closing of windows and doors. They include hinges, locks, bolts, panels and drive units. and sash variant The opening part of a window – the sash – is available in several design variants. This ensures the window is optimally adapted to structural conditions and individual wishes.s can satisfy every need, while the concealed hinge Hinges are the mobile metal parts that connect windows and doors to the frame and permit the rotation of the windows or door. Concealed hinges cannot be seen when the windows are closed, thus improving the appearance of the window element.s (optional) create an even lighter appearance.
 
 
 
 

Products

 
   

FIN-Project Nova-line

This aluminium window has a modern and slender appearance: the frameless sash outline This describes the design of the sash frame. The sash outline gives a window its overall aesthetic impression. The trend is increasingly for slender, modest outlines that almost hide the window frame. on the outside provides your living quarters with plenty of light. Nova-line also offers excellent heat insulation.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.82 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 40 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 

FIN-Project Nova-line Plus

Nova-line windows can now be even better matched to your facade: with the high-quality enamelling available in a choice of nine stylish colours. Maximum views with a design plus.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. bis 0.80 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). bis 41 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 
   

FIN-Project Classic-line

The classic variant in our FIN-Project programme: flush external outlines and a slender internal appearance create a timeless, linear look. The usual aluminium colours are of course available along with excellent heat insulation.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.80 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 44 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 

FIN-Project Ferro-line

Striking external outlines, delicate aesthetics: Ferro-line is characterised by its typical steel window appearance. The wide aluminium colour range and excellent heat insulation are of course included.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.80 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 44 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 
   

FIN-Project Twin-line Nova

The frameless sash outline This describes the design of the sash frame. The sash outline gives a window its overall aesthetic impression. The trend is increasingly for slender, modest outlines that almost hide the window frame. ensures a modern look. The built-in solar and visual protection is safeguarded from dirt, wind and weather. This all-rounder also ensures a high degree of noise and heat protection.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.90 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 44 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 

FIN-Project Twin-line Classic

Innovative window technology combined with flush design. The built-in solar and visual protection is safeguarded from dirt, wind and weather. The window of course offers high energy efficiency and excellent sound insulation.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.92 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 44 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 
   

FIN-Project Twin-line Nova Cristal

Minimalist design and a high degree of transparency combined with the added value of a composite sash Composite windows consist of two individual window sashes – an interior and an outer sash – that are mechanically joined together. The two window sashes can be opened for cleaning. They have excellent heat and sound insulation properties. A blind, protected from the weather, can also be inserted between the sashes.. This high-quality full glass window completely conceals the inside and outside sash frame Windows consist of a window frame and a sash frame. The sash frame is the moving part of the window that can be opened by turning, tilting, sliding or folding.s behind the glass.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.98 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 40 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 
   

FIN-Project Twin-line Classic Cristal

Flush aesthetics combined with strong outlines in an attractive aluminium look. Blind Blinds are a form of visual or solar protection fitted to or in the window. They consist of horizontally arranged slats that can be adjusted to vary the incidence and diffusion of light.  The slats can be raised or lowered to form a single bundle. Blinds are installed between the panes of composite windows.s or pleat Pleats or folding blinds are a form of visual or solar protection fitted to or in the window. The pleat consists of pre-folded material that is raised or lowered to form a package, rather like an accordion. Pleated blinds are installed between the panes of composite windows.s are protected from dust and weather between the panes. The fully glazed inner sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. creates space and transparency.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 1.0 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 41 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 
 

FIN-Project Step-line Cristal

The aesthetic highlight of Step-line Cristal is its full glass interior, while the exterior is characterised by its slender, striking lines. The window offers excellent performance as well as a wide range of design choice.
 
heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.85 W/m²K
 
 
sound insulation:
     
 
RW The RW value gives the sound insulation properties of a window. RW indicates the degree to which the transmission of sound is reduced by the window. The higher the value, the greater the reduction in sound and thus less sound penetrates the room. The RW value is given in dB (decibel). up to 40 dB dB is the abbreviation for decibel, a unit of sound volume. This value indicates the sound insulation level of a window. The higher the dB value, the better the sound insulating properties of the window. Note that the decibel value uses a logarithmic scale, so a change of 10 dB thus means a halving or doubling of the sound insulation effect. For example, a window rated at 42 dB offers twice the sound insulation as a window rated at 32 dB.
 
 
 
 

Quality hallmarks

Thermal insulation and heating cost savings

 
 
Good thermal insulation reduces heating costs in winter and acts as a heat shield in summer.
Our windows feature modern thermal insulation glazing with high insulation values for the window frames.
To energy savings
 
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Protection against break-ins

 
 
Security is a good feeling.
Even the standard versions of Finstral windows are difficult to prise open. The standard security fitting can if necessary be upgraded to provide even stronger protection against break-ins.
More about protection against break-ins
 
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Protection against injury

 
 
Safe should mean safe.
The extensive use of glass in private homes also means that safety is of ever increasing importance.
More about protection against injury
 

Bespoke products and design

 
 
Finstral windows and doors are made-to-measure in terms of form and function. We match your windows exactly to your home and your individual needs.
To the wide range of design possibilities
 
 

Opening and ventilation comfort

 

Our easy-to-operate quality fittings

Child’s play, child-proof

Our fitting Fittings refer to all the metallic and non-metallic parts that permit the opening and closing of windows and doors. They include hinges, locks, bolts, panels and drive units.s match our windows for quality. They offer outstanding ease of use and are lastingly reliable. Even the basic version provides good safety standards that can be upgraded on request. Our numerous equipment options can provide an optimal solution for your individual needs.
 
 
 

Quality-tested tilt-and-turn opening

Our quality-tested tilt-and-turn fitting The tilt-and-turn fitting combines the functions of the tilting and turning fittings. The window sash can thus both be turned and put in the tilt position. is equipped as standard with a multi-point security lock and mushroom bolt Mushroom bolts are rotating locking pieces that reliably lock windows and doors. Its shape allows the head of the mushroom bolt to firmly grip the end piece.s. This makes it very difficult to prise open the sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing.

The surrounding roller bolt Roller bolts are rotating locking pieces that press the sash against the window frame and ensures the window is airtight. As the bolt can rotate around its own axis when entering the locking part, the window can be lastingly locked shut more easily.s provide even pressure for the window against the seals. This ensures full and effective sealing. The sash lifter The sash lifter is a special fitting that is attached under the window sash on the handle side. It automatically raises the sash somewhat from its lowered position when closing the window, thus enabling continuous easy operation. raises the sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. into the correct position. The window can be easily closed and will remain free of wear for a long time. 

If you want more protection against break-ins we offer an even more effective security package, Protect Safety Plus.

Find out more about our Protect Safety Plus security package
 

Additional equipment for fittings

 

Concealed hinges

For a yet lighter and more linear interior appearance we recommend fitting Fittings refer to all the metallic and non-metallic parts that permit the opening and closing of windows and doors. They include hinges, locks, bolts, panels and drive units. concealed hinge Hinges are the mobile metal parts that connect windows and doors to the frame and permit the rotation of the windows or door. Concealed hinges cannot be seen when the windows are closed, thus improving the appearance of the window element.s. Note however when planning that their opening angle is limited to 95°.
 
 

Summer-winter energy-saving hinge

Our summer-winter hinge Hinges are the mobile metal parts that connect windows and doors to the frame and permit the rotation of the windows or door. Concealed hinges cannot be seen when the windows are closed, thus improving the appearance of the window element. allows you to reduce the normal tilt opening from 170 mm to 40 mm. A simple movement is enough to optimise ventilation and save energy.
 
 

Gap ventilation

We have developed gap ventilation for rooms that need to be slightly ventilated on a permanent basis. In the bedroom, for instance, good ventilation means good sleep. The gap ventilation is easily adjusted using the window handle.
 
 

Tilt-before-turn

The ideal solution for children's rooms or schools. Without a key, tilt-before-turn windows can be only be tilted, allowing you to ventilate in peace and safety.
 
 

Sash limiter

The sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. limiter limits the opening of the sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. to 90° and prevents it from closing by itself. Short, intense airing is easier because the sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. limiter can resist even powerful draughts.
 
 

Lockable doors

The lockable terrace door has a simple mechanism that allows you to operate and lock the door from both sides. Like the tilt-and-turn fitting The tilt-and-turn fitting combines the functions of the tilting and turning fittings. The window sash can thus both be turned and put in the tilt position., it also integrates two security locks with mushroom bolt Mushroom bolts are rotating locking pieces that reliably lock windows and doors. Its shape allows the head of the mushroom bolt to firmly grip the end piece.s.
 
 
 

Skylight opening

 

Skylight opening

Skylights allow more natural light to enter your rooms, increasing your sense of living and saving energy. The skylight is easy to operate using a lever, crank or motor, while the concealed hinge Hinges are the mobile metal parts that connect windows and doors to the frame and permit the rotation of the windows or door. Concealed hinges cannot be seen when the windows are closed, thus improving the appearance of the window element.s (optional) create an attractive appearance.
 
 
 

Accessories

 

Complete accessories

Everything for your new Finstral window

Whether for handles, sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. bars or shades, our product range can always offer the right solution. All of our accessories are specially co-ordinated with Finstral’s window and door system.
 
 
 

Window handles

To make sure your window looks good and is easy to operate, Finstral offers window handles with their usual wide range. High-quality products ranging from modern to classic.
 

Satin-finished aluminium handle

 

Press-button handle

 

Lockable satin-finished aluminium handle

 

Stainless steel handle

 

Brass handle with grey chromed satin-finish

 
 
 

Solar protection

 

Window sensor

 

Sash bars

 

Protection against insects

 

Fillings

 

Contact

 

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