Lingel, a renowned German brand known for its expertise in uPVC doors and windows, has launched Lingel 6.0 aluminium windows and doors at ACE TECH exhibition in Mumbai and Bangalore.
Lingel 6.0 is manufactured in collaboration with German engineers and partners based out of Kuala Lumpur Q-Windows. According to Lingel, the window is designed in a way that one can’t tell if the display is of an uPVC or wooden window or door. Lingel 6.0 uses complete uPVC hardware range for aluminium windows. The company said, “Lingel 6.0 is of international standards and is available at affordable price. The entire look and feel is of a tradition door or window one would like to have at their place.”
Mario Schmidt, Managing Director, Lingel Windows and Doors Technologies said, “This is a huge milestone since the synergy of both systems uPVC and aluminium is helping us to get the product to an unmatched level. We at Lingel are always innovating and looking to create new products that are reasonably priced, without compromising on the quality of the product. We have been market leaders in uPVC Doors and Windows and are hoping to achieve the same heights with Lingel 6.0.”
Lingel 6.0 has unique features for its customers. For instance, 60 mm wide section for frame and shutter, 2 mm outer wall thicker, glued corner connector, SS grade and glued corner connector for all visible parts of the corners, first in industry Z mullion used for outside or inside glazing, Lingel SS grade hardware, heavy-duty friction hinges upto 50 kg per panel can be fitted, glass thickness up to 36 mm, Chambers can be steel reinforced for additional strength.
The added benefit of Lingel 6.0 is any possible window design from anywhere in the world can be fabricated so that the international and local taste and choice of the customer can be fulfilled at any point of time. The various options available are entrance doors, slide and folding solutions, casement opening windows and lift and slide. For fabricators the system is further designed that the corner angles have to be elusively machine pressed.