GP 200 Sliding Thermal Break System


The sliding innovative thermal break system GP200 provides energy savings, absolute reliability, and excellent quality. The architectural trend that looks straight untied lines with the least apparent aluminum frame has the trademark in its design.

The special profile series provide comprehensive solutions in the configuration of the house as well as ease of construction.

The designated feature  of the serie is  that  it  requires  only 100 mm wall clearance to accept rail with glass, flyscreen and rolling shutter giving.

Basic characteristics

• Minimum wall gap 100mm for triple rail configuration.

• Fortified overlapping rails with mechanical corner connection for stronger constructions.

• Special designed completely waterproof central adaptor with excellent functionality.

• Excellent waterproofing and insulation using additional profiles to the hook profile section.

• Use of Anti-bimetallic polyamide. Its usage reduces the distortion between the inner and outer aluminium profile.

Anti-bimetallic polyamide

A unique innovation intergrated to a unique sliding aluminium system.

Its usage reduces the distortion between the inner and outer aluminium profile due to possible temperature differences.




The energy (thermally-cut) frames stand out from the conventional ones, thanks to the use of a special insulating material (polyamide) which is a bad heat conductor) that distinguishes the window profiles in two parts, both exterior and interior. In this way, high thermal insulation is achieved, with considerable benefits also for soundproofing.

Thermal insulation of the windows (coefficient of thermal conductivity) is measured in W / m2k. This factor defines the amount of heat in Watt per unit of time that a 1m2 frame can penetrate when the temperature difference between its two surfaces (in-out) is 1 degree (1 ° C).

An energy aluminium frame also requires the corresponding glass (glass pane). A glass pane and aluminum profiles have different coefficients. The coefficient of thermal permeability of the aluminum profile is called Uf (U Frame – frame) and the coefficient of the glass is called Ug (U Glass – glass). Combined, they give the Uw coefficient (Window U – window), which refers to the frame as a whole, precisely because the glass and the window profile occupy a different surface each time depending on the dimension of the window frame (bathroom window, balcony door, etc.).

In summary, the benefits of heat-shrinking frames are the following:

  • Energy saving
  • Reduction of cooling / heating costs
  • Resistant to extreme weather conditions
  • Minimizing of water vapour penetration on the inner surface of the profiles
  • Low air permeability
  • Soundproofing
  • Delivers transvalue on the property (rental / sale)