Kronfönster offer different types of glazing bars for windows, both horizontally and vertically.
Window bars for windows and doors. Genuine mullions and transoms, with intermediate glass dividers and glazing bars.
Glazing bars for windows, window bars.
Windows with glazing bars
Choose from four types of glazing bars:
• Aluminium bars that lie between the panes. The glazing bar is made of aluminium, and lies between the panes. It is also slightly curved to produce a 3D effect. This means that when you stand outside the house and look at the window, you will not see that the glazing bar is located between the panes, or at least it is very difficult to see. It also has the advantage that you only get a single glass surface to polish instead of several, as is the case when you have outer-lying bars. Available in many sizes. The default is 26 mm.
• Fixed outer lying glazing bars, as well as integrated bars. Here you have glazing bars on both the inside and the outside of the glass, you can then touch the glazing bar when standing inside the room as well as outside. Cheaper to produce than the Duplex.
• The Duplex Glass dividers with separate glass panes (look like glass partitions). The same as with external glazing bars. This means you can see and touch the glazing bar both on the outside and on the inside of the window. If you choose Duplex window bars, you also get an aluminium spacer between the panes, and when you look out the window it looks like you have completely separate panes of glass. The advantage of Duplex bars against the glass dividers is that the window will have a lower U-value. So they insulate better than if you select full glass dividers or mullions.
• Glass dividing bars, mullions. (Complete glass dividers with separate panes of glass) The window has completely separated glass panes. They share the bars that divide the different panes of glass.
Fixed outer lying glazing bars, as well as interior bars. Dual, located on the inside and the outside. Aluminium glazing bars, located between the panes, with bevelled edges so from a distance they look as if they lie on the outer side of the glass. Glazing bars duplex. glazing bars on the outside and inside of the glass with spaces, and insulation between the glazing bars inside the glass.