Clement Manufactures Jansen Thermally Broken Steel Windows and Doors

The manufacture of new steel windows and doors from Jansen cold formed steel profiles is now fully underway at the Clement Windows Group factory.

Clement’s Jansen steel profile windows and doors are suitable for new build projects and replacement work alike. The strong, narrow frames meet the high standards required for thermal insulation, security and fire protection. Available with both double and triple insulated glass units and with a number of glazing and locking options, they can be fitted into all opening types.

The range includes single and double doors which are appropriate for busy areas due to their durability.

A combination of products, including Clement W40 steel windows and Jansen doors were recently installed at 90-104 Berwick Street in Central London. The bespoke steel windows and door screens used for the shop fronts on the ground level of the buildings were all polyester powder coated RAL 9005 (Jet Black) and in the words of Project Manager, Ben Styles, they ‘give the shop fronts a contemporary look while remaining true to the urban origins of the site.’

Clement has also supplied fire rated doors and screens from the Jansen range to Grade II* listed City of London Freemen’s School ensuring that the redesigned Sixth Form Centre met Building Regulations.

Jansen is one of the leading producers of cold formed, thermally broken steel profile systems for windows and doors. The company is headquartered in Switzerland and is well known for the quality, performance and resilience of its products.

Clement Windows Group manufactures an innovative range of steel windows, doors and screens, specialising in conservation work for both private residences and commercial projects. A range of conservation rooflights is also available from stock in either a tile or a slate profile, with bespoke options too.

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