The FLW range from Fieger Louvre consists of double-glazed, louvre windows with thermally-broken extruded aluminium frames.
The horizontal louvres rotate on pivot bearings, linked to a rack and pinion system, which ensures smooth, synchronised operation.
Visual enhancement: when closed, the glass louvres form a flush surface with the outside of the window frame resulting in a markedly uniform appearance.
With a maximum opening angle of 90 degrees, Fieger louvre windows provide a large free area of ventilation compared to standard window constructions. Their unique design enables them to be used in a variety of applications for the natural ventilation of buildings combined with good insulation qualities and better exploitation of natural light.
Fieger louvre windows are suitable for a wide range of applications. They are facades, conservatories, schools, staircases, production halls, atria and office buildings, to mention only a few.
A choice of drives
Louvre windows from Fieger Louvre can be operated in a variety of ways, e.g. directly on the unit by means of a hand lever, an electric motor or pneumatic cylinder. They can also be operated by a remote drive with a traction rod or with a crank handle. Windows which do not exceed 3 square metres usually require only one drive to operate the louvres.
High quality materials – thermally-broken aluminium frames
Fieger louvre windows are produced with thermally-broken aluminium frames, a recent development in window technology. The fact that the extruded frames are a single piece means they are robust and not subject to distortion. The drive mechanism for the louvres consists of glass-fibre reinforced plastic pinions operated by a purpose-built rack made of heavy duty aluminium alloy.