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Published on luglio 24th, 2014 | by Raffaella Capritti



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Three chamber window system for exceptional stability

72bwThis three chamber aluminium window system has been designed to offer the highest levels of performance, alongside the flexibility to tailor window configurations to your requirements.
The Aluk 72BW HI window system incorporates our patented Spidertechnology® ABS strips that allow you to achieve high thermal insulation without common expensive system adjustments and is available in Top Hung, Side Hung, POV, Tilt before Turn and Pivot configurations.


  • Three chamber window system for exceptional stability
  • Integrated system, allowing you to incorporate door sets
  • Both aluminium and PVC groove hardware available
  • Available in single or dual colour option, polyester power coating and anodised finishes
  • Customisable components to reach desired thermal performance specification
  • All certified under ‘Secured by Design’ scheme


  • EPDM insulation can be inserted to create a multi-chambered “insulation block” between frame and vent profile and prevent localised convection
  • A continuous insulation strip in PE foam can be introduced between the glazing and aluminium profile during glazing to significantly reduce heat loss


  • All opening vents can be restricted to 100mm openings
  • Full range of hardware and security locking mechanisms available
  • Glazing sizes of 25mm – 65mm
  • Available in single or dual colour options


  • Single & Double
  • Side Hung & Bottom Hung (Open In)
  • Tilt/Turn & Turn/Tilt
  • Tilt & Slide
  • Vertical & Horizontal Pivots
  • Parallel opening vents
  • Lifetime Homes (LTH)
Category: Windows
Tags: 72BW HI WINDOW SYSTEM, ALUK, Three chamber window system, windows

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