Windows / French Windows

SAPA 1086

French Window - outward opening

High insulated French Window with outward opening

Characteristics

High-insulated French-window with the possibility to integrate side or top lights. This French-window belongs to the 1086-family with the same basic characteristics and performance as the corresponding standard windows.
SAPA 1086 French-window can be easily combined with our façade systems 4150, 5050 SG and 3086.

This product is made of Hydro REDUXA® - Aluminum produced from renewable energy. Read more here

Documentation
SAPA_1086_EN_220403.pdf

Product benefits

HIGH PERFORMANCE

  • Air-permeability. Class 4 according to EN 12207.
  • Water tightness Class 9A according to EN 12208.
  • U-value. Down to 1,1 W/m²K (Ug=0,5 W/m²K, dimension 1000x2100 mm).

More information

Fitting Functions

Fitting functions


Closed


Open, side-hun

Fix closing fittings
Sapa standard handle
Sapa standard lockable handle

Fix window brake

Location in structure

For the entire window structure to meet the energy saving requirements and ensure good comfort it is necessary to install the window in the warm part of the wall. This means that it should be installed as deep into the wall as possible, which has a number of advantages.

It creates good conditions for appropriate fixing and a well functioning joint. The risk of condensation is reduced due to a higher surface temperature. The joint between the frame profile and the wall shall be made with two step sealing. This means that it should consist of an outer rain barrier with an underlying air channel, a mineral wool insulation layer and an inner diffusion sealing joint.

Connections, see Elevations and details.

Glazing

Unprotected glazed surfaces that can be reached by persons shall be designed so as to limit the risk of injury. Such glazed surfaces shall be dimensioned so as to withstand the dynamic influence of a person. Applicable standards and requirements should be taken into account.

Functional dimensions
Glass thickness 20-64 mm



The illustration shows the different functional dimensions commonly used by the window industry and established by the MTK. The gaskets are made of EPDM rubber and are available in several versions.

Infill panels

Certain parts of the elements can or must be filled with infill panels. It is important to consider the backing and the surface layer of the panels.


The example shows infill panel F2

 
Infill panel F1
1,5 mm aluminium sheet
60 mm insulation
1,5 mm aluminium sheet
U-value at middle point down to 0,54 W/m²K.
For areas with little mechanical impact, such as high-level infill panels.

Infill panel F2
1,5 mm aluminium sheet
4,8 mm board
50 mm insulation
4,8 mm board
1,5 mm aluminium sheet
U-value at middle point down to 0,61 W/m²K.
For areas with moderate mechanical impact, such as low-level infill panels.

Infill panel F3
1,5 mm aluminium sheet
50 mm insulation
10 mm chip board
1,5 mm aluminium sheet
U-value at middle point down to 0,61 W/m²K.
For areas with high mechanical impact from outside.

Elevations And Details

A1086-1026 6616264
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A1086-1027 123661626364
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A1086-1028 126616264
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Fixing Principles

Fixing principles

Windows must be fixed to a stable and suitable wall structure. The choice of fixing method depends on the wall type. The number and location of fixing points depends on the size of the window.

Exemple:

Fixing of frame with
twist anchor

Fixing of frame with
adjustable frame bushing

Fixing of frame with
bolt and welded plate

Projects using windows / french windows SAPA 1086

Tramway, Lund

Sweden

Developer: Region Skåne / Lunds Kommun
Construction contractor: NCC Building Sweden
Metal builder: Alab Aluman AB
SAPA solutions: Facade 4150, Doorr 2086, Window 1086