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Fakro Manual Top Hung PPP PVC Roof Window

SKU: BW-39463 MFC: 877K02

Variations & Sizes

  1. Step 1
  2. Select Window Size: Width x Length
  1. Step 2
  2. Select Glazing Unit
  1. Step 3
  2. Select Flashing

Product Description

Fakro PreSelect Roof Windows are roof windows with a top-hung mechanism. They perform the function of standard roof windows will include a preSelect sliding switch, placed in the side part of the frame for changing the opening method. These Top Hung windows come with two independent opening mechanisms, and the sash can be opened outwards from the top. The hardware system guarantees complete sash stability in both opening functions. It is suitable for pitches from 15° - 55° or non-standard option for opening from 55° - 85.°

  • Available in Different Sizes
  • Top hung and pivot windows come with two independent opening mechanisms
  • The sash can be opened outwards from the top and via centre pivot
  • Innovatory hardware system guarantees complete sash stability in both opening functions
  • Opening method can be switched using preSelect sliding switch placed in the side part of the frame
  • which is accessible after opening the window
  • Windows turn through 180Deg to clean outer pane within the room.
  • Suitable for pitches from 15Deg - 55Deg or non-standard option for opening from 55Deg - 85Deg
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Fakro Manual Top Hung PPP PVC Roof Window

£456.71Each
Fakro Manual Top Hung PPP PVC Roof Window
  • Finish Details :
  • PVC profile with steel reinforcement for a smooth, wipe clean finish
  • V35 air inlet
  • Glaze - P2 - Safety Double :
  • Single chamber glazing
  • Laminated and anti-burglary class P2A according to standard EN 356
  • Increased resistance against breakage
  • Consists of external toughened pane with easy maintenance layer
  • Warm TGI spacer and inner pane has two 3mm thick sheets of glass with 0.76mm layer of PVB plastic membrane between them
  • Glazing cavity is filled with inert gas- argon
  • On the inner side of the laminated glass it has a low emission coating which reduces penetration of UV rays by up to 99 Percent
  • Glaze - O2 - Obscure Double
  • One side of the window is smooth, while the other side has an embossed pattern
  • The patterned surface is on the outside of the window with smooth glass on the inside for ease of cleaning
  • Obscure glass is toughened and is used on the outer pane of the double-glazing
  • The inside pane has a low emission coating
  • Flashing - EZV-A :
  • For interlocking tiles up to 45mm profile.
  • Ideal for fitting windows with profiled roof coverings such as roof tiles and metal sheeting.
  • Universal flashing which can be applied not only to corrugated coverings and roof coverings with a profile depth of up to 45mm
  • Applied to individual windows in the slope of the roof
  • Used as flashing for windows used in group for V depths in horizontal, vertical, and block
  • Roofs with pitches from 15Deg to 90Deg for depths V
  • Depths in the roof construction V - (0cm)
  • Flashing - EZJ-A :
  • Recessed Style
  • For interlocking tiles up to 45mm profile
  • Ideal for fitting windows with profiled roof coverings such as roof tiles and metal sheeting.
  • Universal flashing which can be applied not only to corrugated coverings and roof coverings with a profile depth of up to 45mm
  • Applied to individual windows in the slope of the roof
  • Used as flashing for windows used in combinations for depth J in horizontal
  • Roofs with pitches from 20Deg to 90Deg for depths J
  • Depths in the roof construction J - (–3cm)
  • Flashing - ELV :
  • For non-interlocking slate up to 10mm thick.
  • ideal for fitting windows within slated roofs coverings up to 10mm thickness.
  • Applied as standard to individual windows in the slope of the roof.
  • window units combined for V depth in vertical, horizontal and block groups
  • Roofs with pitches from 15Deg to 90Deg for depths V
  • Depths in the roof construction V - (0cm)
  • Flashing - ELJ :
  • Recessed Style
  • For non-interlocking slate up to 10mm thick.
  • ideal for fitting windows within slated roofs coverings up to 10mm thickness
  • Applied as standard to individual windows in the slope of the roof
  • window units combined for J depth horizontal only
  • Roofs with pitches from 20Deg to 90Deg for depths J
  • Depths in the roof construction J - (–3cm)
  • Flashing - EPV :
  • For plain tiles up to 16mm thick.
  • Ideal for a fit between windows and heavy tiled roof coverings such as plain tiles, shingles.
  • Applied to roof coverings of up to 24 – 32 mm thickness.
  • For individual windows in the slope of the roof.
  • Window units may also be combined in horizontal, vertical and block groups.
  • Roofs with pitches from 25Deg to 90Deg for depths V
  • Depths in the roof construction V - (0cm).
  • Flashing - EPJ :
  • Recessed Style
  • For plain tiles up to 16mm thick.
  • Ideal for a fit between windows and heavy tiled roof coverings such as plain tiles, shingles.
  • Applied to roof coverings of up to 24 – 32 mm thickness.
  • For individual windows in the slope of the roof.
  • Window units may also be combined in horizontal, vertical and block groups.
  • Roofs with pitches from 30Deg to 90Deg for depths V
  • Depths in the roof construction J - (-3cm).
  • Flashing - EHN-A :
  • For interlocking tiles up to 90mm profile.
  • Suitable for the water tight connection of roof windows with roof coverings such as roof tiles and high profile metal sheeting
  • Applied to roof coverings with a profile depth of up to 90 mm and is applied to individual windows in the slope of the roof.
  • Used as module flashing for windows installed in horizontal and vetrtical combinations or block groups.
  • The flashing is available for one installation depth, allowing installation of windows at a level N (+3)
  • Can be used on roofs with pitches between 15Deg and 90Deg
  • Flashing - ELV-T Thermo universal
  • For non-interlocking slate up to 10mm thick.
  • ideal for fitting windows within slated roofs coverings up to 10mm thickness.
  • Applied as standard to individual windows in the slope of the roof.
  • window units combined for V depth in vertical, horizontal and block groups
  • Roofs with pitches from 15Deg to 90Deg for depths V
  • Depths in the roof construction V - (0cm)
  • Additional thermal insulation
  • Flashing - EHV-AT Thermo
  • For interlocking tiles up to 90mm profile.
  • Ideal solution which guarantees tight and warm connection of the window with the roof covering
  • Insulation of the window above the level of battens.
  • Glued flexible insulating material which adheres tightly to the window frame constituting a thermo-insulated frame
  • Enhances U value of the window up to 15 Percent
  • Used with all types of roof coverings up to 90 mm profile depth
  • Applied as standard to individual windows in the slope of the roof. The flashing may also be used as module Roofs with pitches from 15Deg to 90Deg for depths V
  • Depths in the roof construction V - (0cm)
  • Additional insulation
  • Flashing - EZA
  • Lifts windows out of the roofline by 10 degrees.
  • Flashing for changing window installation angle
  • Flashing is ideal for a flush fit of the window with low pitch roof coverings of 10Deg or more
  • Enables the installation angle to be raised by an additional 10Deg
  • Used in mansard roofs, in extensions and adaptations of low pitched attics in order to extend space in the attic.
  • Commonly used to install with single windows in roof slopes
  • The flashing is also used in modules for horizontal joining of the windows
  • Profiled covering up to 45mm, for use with roof tiles and profiled sheeting
  • Used on roofs with pitches between 10Deg and 75Deg
  • Flashing - ESA
  • Lifts windows out of the roofline by 10 degrees.
  • Flashing for changing window installation angle
  • Flashing is ideal for a flush fit of the window with low pitch roof coverings of 10Deg or more
  • Enables the installation angle to be raised by an additional 10Deg
  • Used in mansard roofs, in extensions and adaptations of low pitched attics in order to extend space in the attic.
  • Commonly used to install with single windows in roof slopes
  • The flashing is also used in modules for horizontal joining of the windows
  • Flat covering with a profile depth of 10 mm, for use with slates and similarly flat roof coverings
  • Used on roofs with pitches between 10Deg and 75Deg
  • Flashing - EHA
  • Lifts windows out of the roofline by 10 degrees.
  • Flashing for changing window installation angle
  • Flashing is ideal for a flush fit of the window with low pitch roof coverings of 10Deg or more
  • Enables the installation angle to be raised by an additional 10Deg
  • Used in mansard roofs, in extensions and adaptations of low pitched attics in order to extend space in the attic.
  • Commonly used to install with single windows in roof slopes
  • The flashing is also used in modules for horizontal joining of the windows
  • Profiled covering up to 90mm, for use with roof tiles, corrugated and deep profiled sheeting
  • Used on roofs with pitches between 10Deg and 75Deg

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