uPVC building components are widely recognised as a trulysustainable option, thanks to advances and investment in recycling. When old uPVC windows are removed from buildings they can now be recycled and fabricated into new finished products – up to ten times – with no detriment to the physical properties of the uPVC. Combine this with the average 35-year lifespan of a uPVC window (source: BRE), and uPVC offers a sustainable building material option spanning hundreds of years of re-use with minimal impact on the environment.
Made of 80-85% synthetic ingredients called Unplasticized Polyviny Chloride (uPVC) combined with other compounds.
Our post-consumer uPVC recycling facilities enable us to
create an endless ‘closed loop’ of recycling and re-use for
windows and doors. In fact, our uPVC Thermal Inserts and
Cavalok cavity closer systems are manufactured entirely
from recycled post-consumer uPVC, while Eurocell's
Ecologik profile system has a high recycled content,
produced from waste collected by Merritts.
UPVC recycling eliminates manufacturing waste
Replacement uPVC Windows and Doors are a fantastic way for you to invest in your home as they will
help increase the value of your house and lower your monthly energy bills by dramatically reducing
heat loss. The average household can expect to save over 24,750 baht per year on their energy bills by
replacing their windows and doors for energy efficient models made of uPVC.
Save energy with uPVC
Comes with the bright white color, tolerance of height and width is not exceed 3%
Result unchanged on on profile when testing with high and low temperature. No bubbles, scars, breaks, were found on the surface.