Avantis 75 HV

High performance window

Avantis 75 HV is a high performance thermally broken three-chamber window system, which sets the highest standards of thermal insulation and stability. Avantis 75 HV is the ideal solution when very high performance, quality and a slim sightline are major requirements.

Avantis 75 HV description

  • Avantis 75 HV profiles have 3 chambers, in frame coupled with 40 mm tubular shaped, glass fibre reinforced polyamide strips, which drastically reduce thermal conduction. The result is that Avantis 75 HV achieves a very high thermal performance level and improved total insulation, leading to lower total energy consumption, a positive benefit to the environment.
  • The system accommodates glazing up to 58 mm for frame and 54 mm for vent, the infill thickness can start from 18 mm.
  • Inward opening vents have a central gasket for enhanced thermal and acoustic performance.
  • All standard shade and ventilation systems can easily be integrated in Avantis 75 HV.
  • Preformed poly-ethane foams to improve the Uf-value
  • Alternate use of the modular plug in isolation steps ensures the achievement of the desired thermal performance.

Thermal performance in 4 modular levels (EN ISO 10077-2)

  • Avantis 75 HV Basic: Uf = 2,0 W/m2K - 2,4 W/m2K
  • Avantis 75 HV I: Uf = 1,9 W/m2K - 2,3 W/m2K
  • Avantis 75 HV SI: Uf = 1,7 W/m2K - 2,2 W/m2K
  • Avantis 75 HV SHI: Uf = 1,0 W/m2K - 1,9 W/m2K

Thermal modularity

Avantis 75 HV Basic

  • Uf = 2,0 W/m2K - 2,4 W/m2K

Avantis 75 HV I

  • Uf = 1,9 W/m2K - 2,3 W/m2K
  •  Thermally improved central gasket

Avantis 75 HV SI

  • Uf = 1,7 W/m2K - 2,2 W/m2K
  • Thermally improved central gasket

Avantis 75 HV SHI

  • Uf = 1,0 W/m2K - 1,9 W/m2K
  • Thermally improved central gasket
  • PE insert in frame profile (concept Foam­Power®)
  • PE insert thermally improved glazing unit

Avantis 75 HV design

  • Avantis 75 HV is compatible within its profile and hardware range, as well as other Sapa Building System products such as our curtain wall and conservatory systems.
  • Hidden drainage to avoid the requirement for cover caps.
  • Attractive slim sightline, same sightline for opening and fixed windows
  • Standard invisible hardware
  • Choose from a wide range of glazing gaskets and glazing beads according to the proposed thermal performances
  • Different profile combinations of frames and vent profiles with insertion possibility for finishing profiles and window fixings.
  • A comprehensive range of supplementary finishing profiles allows the fenestration to be integrated perfectly into the building.
  • Vent, frame and transom profiles are available in a range of dimensions to meet the needs of stability and design requirements.
  • A wide choice of hinges, handles and hardware finalise your specific needs.

Characteristics

Dimensions
Minimum sightline fixed frame 68 mm
Minimum sightline transom 108 mm
profile depth frame 75 mm
Profile depth vent 85 mm
maximum window (one single vent - W x H) 1200 x 2100 mm
 
Glazing
Rebate height 40 mm
Infill thickness fixed frame 21 - 58 mm
Infill thickness vent 18 - 54 mm
Glazing method dry glazing with EPDM gaskets or silicon

Performances

Thermal insulation

SHI: Uf = 1,0 - 1,9 W/m2K

Thermal insulation

Results of the calculation of the thermal transmittance of frame profiles and of the linear thermal transmittance of their junction with glazing or opaque panels

Norm

EN ISO 10077-2

Thermal insulation

SI: Uf = 1,7 - 2,2 W/m2K

Thermal insulation

Results of the calculation of the thermal transmittance of frame profiles and of the linear thermal transmittance of their junction with glazing or opaque panels

Norm

EN ISO 10077-2

Thermal insulation

I: Uf = 1,9 - 2,3 W/m2K

Thermal insulation

Results of the calculation of the thermal transmittance of frame profiles and of the linear thermal transmittance of their junction with glazing or opaque panels

Norm

EN ISO 10077-2

Thermal insulation

I: Uf = 1,9 - 2,3 W/m2K

Thermal insulation

Results of the calculation of the thermal transmittance of frame profiles and of the linear thermal transmittance of their junction with glazing or opaque panels

Norm

EN ISO 10077-2

Air Tightness

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

E1200A - 1200 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

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

Impact Resistance

Class 3

Impact Resistance

Norm

EN 13049

Applications

fixed window

turning window inwards opening

tilt-turn window inwards opening

Combination of inward turning window with fixed window above

Combination of inward turning window and inward tilting window above

double inwards opening window; one turning vent, one tilt-turn vent

double window with one tilt-turn, inwards opening vent

combination of inwards tilt-turn window with fixed windows

Combination of inward opening window, fixed window and inward tilting windows

Inwards opening tilt-turn window with a centered upperlight

Documentation

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Product overview

Avantis 75 HV is a high performance thermally broken three-chamber window system, which sets the highest standards of thermal insulation and stability. Avantis 75 HV is the ideal solution when very high performance, quality and a slim sightline are major requirements.

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