Eco Line balcony doors

Eco Line wooden slide balcony doors

Created for the Scandinavian market, Eco Line doors are characterized by exceptional durability. Wooden profiles are made exclusively from select heart pine square timber (90%) joined by finger joints. The door is very comfortable to use. When open, it does not take up interior space, as one sash moves parallel to the other. This makes the product suitable for both large and small rooms.

Eco Line  Alu wooden windows are also available with an external aluminium cladding - Eco Line Alu.

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Overall U-value Overall U-value 0,86 W/m2K
Acoustic value Acoustic value 32 - 40 dB (depending on the glazing unit)
Water-tightness class Water-tightness class Class E900
Class of air permeability Class of air permeability Class 4
Resistance to wind load Resistance to wind load Class C4

Eco Line balcony doors

Pine wood has a light colour and is an excellent base for water-based azure varnishes, which allow you to expose the natural grain. We colour the frames in fourteen different colours - from transparent and white, through light yellow and various shades of brown, to very dark colours. Colours are available in two price groups. Available as standard: colourless 666, white 9010, white 9016, bleached 1501, anthracite 7016, teak, nut and venge. For a small surcharge we offer such colours as: pine, graphite, rosewood, mahogany, cypress and aphromosia. An additional option is painting windows in RAL colours. This ensures that the window profiles have a uniform shade, without any visible wood structure.

Oak wood is light and has a uniform structure. We cover the frames with water-based azure varnishes, available in fourteen shades divided into two colour groups. As a standard, you get a choice of colours: colourless 7130, white 9010, white 9016, bleached 1501, anthracite 7016, teak and walnut. For a small surcharge we can colour the profiles in such shades as: mahogany, rosewood, aphromosia, cypress, pine, graphite and venge. Another variant is the use of opaque lacquers in colours from the RAL palette, which allow you to obtain a uniform colour of the frames.