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PASSIVE HOUSE WINDOWS

Passive House Windows

AWS 90 (passive house)

Schüco AWS 90 is the gold standard of thermal performance amongst its competitors. Certified Passive House, this window meets the strictest performance requirements while maintaining the benefits of aluminum window systems. Configurable in a variety of operations and fixed configuratios, the AWS 90 system offers modern clean typology combined with the best performance in the market.

ADS 112 (passive house)

Schüco ADS 112 is one of the only thermally broken aluminum entrance doors certified to perform to the Passive House standard. All the automation benefits from ADS 75 and ADS 90 are available with this ultra-high performing door system, making it the perfect door for projects being built to the Passive House standard.

FWS 35 PD

Schüco FWS 35 PD is the slimmest curtain wall system on the market at 1 3/8” mullion width. It combines elegant, minimalist design with high thermal performance and can be configured to perform down to Passive House requirements with no compromises on the minimalist design. The FWS 35 PD system is a great compliment to any minimalist window/sliding door system.

FWS 50

Schüco FWS 50 curtain wall system is defined by flexibility. Thermal performance down to Passive House certification, new integrated safety railings and floor to ceiling opening units set this system apart from any other curtain wall system on the market.

FWS 60

Schüco FWS 60, much like the FWS 50 thrives on flexibility. Thermal performance down to Passive House certification, new integrated safety railings and floor to ceiling opening units set this system apart from any other curtain wall system on the market. The FWS 60 also is designed for building automation with profiles designed to conceal wiring and motorization.

ah!60

ah!60 is a groundbreaking exterior opening system with unmatched thermal and acoustic performance, ideal for very cold climates. It offers great flexibility in the modular composition of openings, including opening corner solutions, pocket sliding configurations, curved layouts, and tilted spans.