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CODALMHA, committed to innovation

Founded in 1990, Codalmha has evolved over the years and strengthened its position in the enclosure sector.

After a successful generational change, Codalmha has taken another step to develop and innovate with its products.  Based on its experience and investments in R&D&I and engineering services, the company has launched a range of top quality, innovative, stand-out products on the market while maintaining the strategic pillars of the company: excellentservice, quality and close, professional relationships with customers.

This evolution is evident in SELENIT 75, an innovative PVC system which offers tremendous benefits, with a 75 mm section in frames and leaves, 2.4 mm profiles and six insulation chambers in frames, achieving excellent test values.

Thermal transmittance of Uf: 1.02 W/m2K , in accordance with EN ISO 10077-2 TS, meansthat the window achieves high thermal insulation, enabling up to UW 0.94 W/m2 K , for windows with dimensions of 1.23x 1.43, using a unit of glass with a coefficient of 0.6 W/m2K according to TS EN ISO 10077-2.

The joint system, coupled with a special water drainage design with sloping walls and drainage channels that gives high water tightness values, achieves a 9Arating on the test bench.

SELENIT system profiles guarantee minimum energy loss through the windowand have Class 4 air permeability.

New, innovative solutions applied to the inner reinforcements, which are designed with 1.5 mm thick-steel on all four sides, ensure excellent inertia and wind resistance, achieving C3wind resistance on a test bench with a safety test at 3000 Pa (245Km/h).

SELENIT 75 offers a possibility of glazing up to 44 mm with sound insulation properties to 43 dB.

A wide variety of decorative finishes with a 21 shade colour chart,  foliated with different textures, as well as the features mentioned above, make the SELENIT 75 system an excellent solution to customers’ needs.


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