Confort 125

Solid and reliable

Confort 125 is a thermally insulated sliding and lift-sliding system that is durable, stable and robust. The system is available in a 1, 2 and 3 rail version, so a 6-leaf sliding door is perfectly feasible. With a maximum vent weight of 240 kg for the sliding and 300 kg for the lift-sliding version, large glazed areas are easily attainable.

Confort 125 description

Strength & Durability

  • A combination of strong profiles and stainless steel rollers with polyamide support, allows Confort 125 to be used for glazed areas up to 2,5 m (height) for the sliding version.
  • The stainless steel rollers are self-levelling which assures that the vent glides effortlessly, even up to a maximum weight of 240 kg. Stainless steel wheels do not deform and so guarantee a long-life performance.
  • The lift-slide hardware allows vents up to 300 kg with glazed areas up to 2,8 m.
  • The vent profiles with a building depth of 50 mm accommodate glazing from 4 to 35,5 mm.
  • Confort 125 sliding doors are compatible with other Sapa Building System products such as our conservatory, turning and curtain wall systems.

Design

  • The gutter section frame allows the internal floor finishes to be flush with the inner frame and avoids thresholds.
  • All standard shades and ventilation systems can easily be integrated.
  • A comprehensive range of supplementary profiles allows the fenestration to be integrated perfectly into the building.
  • Design glazing beads add extra finish. 
  • Specially designed end pieces make Confort 125 complete in all respects. 

 

Confort 125 is available in 1-, 2-, 3-rail, each offering specific advantages and design solutions:

Confort 125, 1-rail

  • Combination of a sliding vent and a fixed screen, which can also include turning vents. Fixed screens can be integrated on top or at the sides of the sliding vent by using an integrated combination profile. Possibility to have the vent on the outside or on the inside.

Confort 125, 2-rail

  • Combination of sliding vents with 1, 2, 3 or 4 vents; fixed and sliding parts have the same sightline. 

 

Confort 125, 3-rail

  • Combination of sliding vents with 3-rail frame, max. 6 vents. The perfect solution for larger glass surfaces.

Characteristics

Dimensions
Minimum sightline fixed part 1-rail 50 mm
Minimum sightline sliding part 1-rail 131 mm
Minimum sightline sliding part 2-rail and 3-rail 131 mm
Minimum sightline transom in vent 72 mm
Profile depth 1-rail 117,5 mm
Profile depth 2-rail 110,5 / 125 mm
Profile depth 3-rail 192,5 mm
Profile depth vent 50 mm
 
Glazing
Infill thickness fixed parts 1-rail 4 - 35,5 mm
Infill thickness sliding parts 1-, 2-, 3-rail 4 - 35,5 mm
Glazing method dry glazed with EPDM gaskets or silicon

Performances

Air Tightness

Sliding version: 4 (600 Pa)

Air Tightness

Air tightness refers to the amount of air that will travel through a window or door system in its closed position, both under positive and negative pressure.

Norm

EN 12207

Air Tightness

Lift-Slide version: 4 (600 Pa)

Air Tightness

Air tightness refers to the amount of air that will travel through a window or door system in its closed position, both under positive and negative pressure.

Norm

EN 12207

Water Tightness

Sliding version: 7A (300 Pa)

Water Tightness

The test applies specified amounts of water spray to the outside face of the window (combination) while incrementally increasing the air pressure. The result defines the test pressure, time and position of any water infiltration.

Norm

EN 12208

Water Tightness

Lift-Slide version: 8A (450 Pa)

Water Tightness

The test applies specified amounts of water spray to the outside face of the window (combination) while incrementally increasing the air pressure. The result defines the test pressure, time and position of any water infiltration.

Norm

EN 12208

Wind Resistance

Sliding version: C4 (1600 Pa, security 2400 Pa)

Wind Resistance

The test applies a series of positive and negative test air pressures. Measurements and inspections are made to asses relative frontal deflection and resistance to damage from wind loads.

Norm

EN 12210

Wind Resistance

Lift-Slide version: C3 (1200 Pa, security 2000 Pa)

Wind Resistance

The test applies a series of positive and negative test air pressures. Measurements and inspections are made to asses relative frontal deflection and resistance to damage from wind loads.

Norm

EN 12210

Acoustic Insulation

38 (-1;-2) db (6/16/44.2)

Acoustic Insulation

defines single-number quantities for airborne sound insulation in buildings and of window (combinations)

Norm

EN ISO 717 / EN ISO 140

Acoustic Insulation

41 (-1; -3) dB (44.2/15/55.2A)

Acoustic Insulation

defines single-number quantities for airborne sound insulation in buildings and of window (combinations)

Norm

EN ISO 717 / EN ISO 140

Acoustic Insulation

41 (-1;-3) dB (12/12/44.4A)

Acoustic Insulation

defines single-number quantities for airborne sound insulation in buildings and of window (combinations)

Norm

EN ISO 717 / EN ISO 140

Forced Entry Resistance

Class 2

Forced Entry Resistance

Description for Forced Entry Resistance

Norm

ENV 1627-1630

Impact Resistance

Class 5

Impact Resistance

Norm

EN 13049

Technical drawings

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Building Information Models

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Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of our aluminium window and door systems. We have created many different applications of our systems and offer them - free of charge - for download on the Sapa BIMselector.

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Documentation

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Product overview

Confort 125 is a thermally insulated sliding and lift-sliding system that is durable, stable and robust. The system is available in a 1, 2 and 3 rail version, so a 6-leaf sliding door is perfectly feasible. With a maximum vent weight of 240 kg for the sliding and 300 kg for the lift-sliding version, large glazed areas are easily attainable.

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