Throughout their portfolio, Window Widgets brings a holistic view to product development and that includes their range of dedicated ancillaries and accessories for the aluminium window and door systems sector.

These proven ancillary products include 16, 20 and 24mm couplers, the latter a thermally broken design as is one of the fixed 90o corner post solutions for 58-76mm frame depths, along with other bay and corner solutions. Many of these solutions can also facilitate load bearing and can accommodate a fully CE Marked and compliant Window Widgets jacks which are load tested to 9 tonnes, but capped at 2 tonnes from a certification and warranty perspective.

The aluminium window and door systems ancillary product range is detailed on their website at windowwidgets.co.uk and shown in detail within an expansive 158-page product catalogue and there’s also direct technical support through Tom Edwards and Adrian Clare.

With an increasing number of companies now manufacturing more than one aluminium system, harnessing a range of universal ancillaries makes perfect sense as Adrian Clare, technical sales executive of Window Widgets points out. He said: ’Throughout our entire product range we’ve looked to design products that can be used in many different brand systems and additionally we’re providing a matched white and foiled range to support this.

He added: ‘The aluminium sector is now different and if anything shows that manufacturers often have two, three or even four systems as part of a standard offering and so our universal range helps reduce stockholding from a cost and space point of view. When combined with other universal ancillaries for window and door manufacturers it can make a notable and positive commercial impact on businesses.’

For further information on Window Widgets please visit windowwidgets.co.uk or request a copy of the product catalogue at sales@windowwidgets.co.uk or by calling 01452 345848. Look out for the social media handle of #widgetscomedy and please be a part of their 21-year business anniversary in aid of two industry charities.

 

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