Superhouse Florida Miami-Dade County Approved Hurricane impact resistant hurricane doors and windows
Florida Miami-Dade County Approved Hurricane impact resistant hurricane doors and windows
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Superhouse is a company with full of life and with 10-year experience on aluminium windows & doors' manufacturing in Shanghai China. We have veteran with exquisite workmanship for every doors and windows we make, to serve your house for more than 30 years' longevity.
We are one of the few that have the official approved certification for Australian standard AS2047. The license number is SMK40350. Currently, there are many suppliers in China that use fake credentials to pass themselves off as Asutralian approved. Please pay attention to the authenticity of a company, and make sure to check company credentials.
Please check the license NO. on http://register.saiglobal.com/default.aspx?stype=power to confirm the authenticity!
We provide professional suggestions on profile and glazing adoption if you are the first time to purchase windows or doors. Diffirent regions have diffirent climatic characters, and the treatment on profile or glazing should be diffirent to meet its diversity, it concerns the longevity of windows or doors, and each function of erergy absorbing & saving .
Superhouse products have 10 years quality guarantee. Once you got a problem window or door during the warranty period, contact the local Superhouse store for exchanging a new.
Here are some frequent questions that customers asked while purchasing the windows & doors, hope the answers could help you to have your right eyes for your house!
1. What is spectrally selective glazing?
A coated or tinted glazing with optical properties that is transparent to some wavelengths of energy and reflective to others. Typical spectrally selective coatings are transparent to visible light and reflect short-wave and long-wave infrared radiation.
2. What is insulated glass?
This term applies to two or more panes of glass separated by insulation at the edges and air in the centre to provide greater thermal efficiency to a window.
3. What is gas filled glass?
An inert gas, usually argon, is sealed between the panes of glass in a window instead of air. Gas is a better insulator than air, increasing the thermal value of the window.
4. What is AS2047?
It is the mandatory minimum specification for windows and doors used in Australia it includes compliance to the Glass Standard AS 1288.
The following performance tests are undertaken to verify product performance claims.
-AS 4420.2 Deflection Test - positive and negative wind pressures are applied to the face of the window to test the maximum deflection under wind load.
-AS 4420.3 Operating Force Test - to verify that an opening sash is capable of opening and closing without undue effort.
-AS 4420.4 Air Infiltration Test - the air leakage of a window is tested to ensure energy and acoustic efficiency.
-AS 4420.5 Water Penetration Resistance Test - this test is designed to ensure no water leaks through the window into the building.
-AS 4420.6 Ultimate Strength Test - negative and positive wind pressures are applied to the window to at least 1.5 times the design wind pressure to ensure it does not fail in unusual wind conditions.
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