Andersen, the world's largest wood window manufacturer, is launching a new range of windows at Interbuild 2004.
On display for the first time, is the pioneering new Woodwright sliding sash window, the first of a new generation of made-to-measure windows to use Fibrex- a completely new type of composite made from a patented blend of reclaimed pine wood fibre bonded with a specially formulated thermoplastic polymer.
With its unique properties, Fibrex not only delivers a strength, rigidity, and thermal performance equal to wood, and a stability superior to wood, but it even has the texture and appearance of natural wood. The polymer coated fibre is also resistant to flaking, blistering, peeling, cracking and corrosion so that, like PVC-u, there is no need for painting or regular maintenance.
Source: Jane Lomas PR & Black Millwork