I guess many of us had a quite different year and summer than planned this year. However, different is sometimes also good. When we are forced to change our habits, as now with Covid19 pandemic, this often give us new insight and we sometimes find out that breaking a pattern is better. This summer has, at least for me, been characterised by slower speed, spending more time with family and friends as well as being tourist in my own country. Many of these changes will probably stick also after Covid19 has disappeared, simply because it’s a better solution for us as individuals, the environment and the society as such.
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Sapa is introducing an elegant window system that is ideal for renovating old industrial buildings where the aim is to preserve the original style but gain all the benefits of highly insulated, maintenance-free modern construction.
We are currently experiencing an unreal situation, influencing our business and private life in a way we have not experienced before. The situation is continuously changing, and the long-term consequences of the corona virus is not possible to predict.
Sapa Roof Vent SHEV is a cost-effective upgrade to existing roof vents. The main advantage is that the new design accepts triple-glazing, which improves the U value of the sash and frame. This in turn means less risk of condensation, since the profiles stay warmer. The vent can be locked with a manual handle, which permits multi-point locking. Earlier designs could only be locked by a motor and automated control. The design of the new vent has been optimized to reduce the projection above the glazed roof. The new vent is better integrated and provides a neat and flush glazed roof solution.
Since its launch a year ago, Hydro has won more than 40 large and small construction projects around the world with its recycled aluminum CIRCAL. "This is currently one of Hydro's fastest growing segments," says the head of Hydro's Extruded Solutions business area. Sapa launched CIRCAL in December and the first projects are already underway.
The aluminium building system company Sapa is once again demonstrating its focus on sustainability by using Hydro’s aluminium alloy CIRCAL with the highest recycled content on the market for its glass façade solution Sapa 4150. Now, the first building contractors are using Sapa solutions with this alloy, with already some interesting projects in Norway, Belgium and The Netherlands.
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