The anti-finger-trap protection prevents crushing - primarily of fingers and hands - as a result of accidental closing of doors or windows.
The Serbial system allows electronic opening and closing through monitoring of windows, natural and automatic ventilation, as well as electrically operated solar shading and anti-glare protection. The advantage for the user: greater well-being from a pleasant indoor climate, tangible energy cost savings and greater security and comfort.
Serbial conservatories can be fitted with a control system, which ensures automatic ventilation and shading during your absence. A sensor checks light, air and temperature relationships and ensures that fans are activated, roof windows are opened or closed, and awnings are rolled up or out. 
Ventilation by means of opening the windows results in a number of disadvantages. These include excessive humidity, heating energy losses, pollen and particulate matter concentrations, high noise levels and an increased risk of break-in. Serbial offers window-integrated ventilation with heat recovery. Sensor-driven controls ensure optimised ventilation.


A balcony is a platform to a building, which is above the level of the ground and projects from the building structure. A balcony is surrounded by a spandrel or a balustrade.
The term is derived from ancient Greek. "Bios" meaning life and "Metron" meaning measure. Biometrics describes measurement and evaluation procedures.
Burglar-resistant windows are building components that offer a defined level of resistance to attempted break-ins in addition to the usual functionality. A DIN standard distinguishes between different security classes.


Aluminium cover caps allow the excellent thermal insulation of PVC-U windows to be combined with a particularly high-quality look and the high degree of resistance of the light metal.
The wide variety of finishes and profiles from Schüco fulfils all requirements in terms of colour and guarantees maximum design freedom. In addition to 13 different finishes ex works and a wide variety of country-specific finishes, 35 additional colours are also available at short notice. For aluminium windows, there are almost no colour restrictions. Composite profiles can also have two colours so that you can set different colour accents inside and outside.
The Serbial window systems are available with different contours - from a simple, flush contour to a stylish steel contour.
A control unit is used to bring a system from one state into another.


What's special about the design of Schüco windows is that their complex functionality is not obvious. For example, concealed fittings ensure narrow inner face widths by omitting the hinges in the wall attachment area. This means that large window formats and high vent weights are simple to incorporate and look stylish. The comprehensive variety of finishes and colours as well as a choice of elegant contours also allows you maximum freedom with colours and shapes when creating individual accents..


The insulation of windows is one of the most important ways of increasing energy efficiency. Different units of measure have been introduced in order to be able to estimate the quality of thermal insulation. The most important key figure here is the U value, the minimum requirements for which are stipulated as part of the energy saving regulations (EnEV) for most building components.
e-slide is the name of an operating system for sliding door systems.


A folding door consists of several door units. These units move onto one another when opened. In this way, a pattern of folds is created. 


Building components that feature a hollow chamber profile have inner cavities. These cavities improve the level of insulation.


Infrared sensors record their immediate surroundings using infrared rays. Infrared rays are electromagnetic waves. 
The insulating bar is a building component with windows and doors that optimises thermal insulation. 


Lift-and-slide doors must be opened to one side or from the middle. Up to 3 tracks allow large opening widths and therefore flexibility for large glass constructions, e.g. in a conservatory.


Serbial offers windows made of aluminium or steel. Each material has its own particular benefits.
Aluminium is absolutely weather-resistant, is also suitable for large buildings and is highly transparent.
Steel not only has a unique appearance, it also boasts impressively slender face widths and timeless elegance.

What all of the materials have in common, however, is that they can be combined with a wide range of shapes, colours and design elements.

Mushroom head locking is part of a burglar-resistant window fitting. It takes its name from the mushroom-shaped pins on the window vent that hook into the strike plates on the window frame when closing the window. This can make it difficult to lever out the window - depending on the level of security.


Alongside the turn opening and the tilt opening, there is the turn/tilt opening - the most frequently used opening type. The choice of opening will depend on the window specifications, the cleaning options and the level of security during operation.


The abbreviation PASK in German stands for tilt/slide door.
Serbial offers a comprehensive range of aluminium profile technology - from preparation of the material, through installation of complete building components to the finished product.


The roof type describes the external shape of a roof. The roof type that is used for a newbuild depends on the following factors: location, cost-effectiveness, development plan, neighbouring buildings, building geometry or architectural reasons. 


By using additional security locking points, the burglar resistance of the window can be increased up to security class 3. Lockable handles offer extra security. You can feel particularly secure with integrated monitoring of closing, which provides a confirmation function for electronic locking controls when leaving the house.
To be exact, this is glass with self-cleaning properties. In contrast to normal glass, the surface behaviour of this glass is changed to make it difficult for dirt to collect on the surface and such that dirt will be washed away as far as possible by rain. This slows down the build-up of dirt and makes cleaning easier.
Sliding doors create a spacious atmosphere. In most homes, they can be introduced with only small structural adjustments. Sliding doors are available as parallel sliding doors, lift-and-slide doors, lift, slide and tilt doors or as folding/sliding doors, depending on their function and the situation on site.
With a comprehensive spectrum of colours and finishes, Serbial offers almost unlimited options for setting individual colour accents on your home. The new and exclusive Schüco AutomotiveFinish surface finish coating also satisfies the highest aesthetic.

DIN EN 1627 describes the requirements on the properties of burglar-resistant windows, window doors and their classification. These are classified in different security classes. Windows in security class 1 provide basic protection against physical attacks such as kicking, flying kick, shoulder charge, lifting upwards and tearing out. However, they only offer limited protection against the use of lever tools. Windows in security class 2 make life difficult for opportunist burglars who use simple tools like screwdrivers, pliers and wedges. They offer an average level of burglar resistance. A window in security class 3 provides a high level of burglar resistance. It stands up to a burglar trying to gain access using a second screwdriver and a crow bar.

How effectively a front door protects against attempted break-ins is defined by the security class (WK), which is regulated by European standards. Schüco offers security components for security classes WK 1 to WK 3.

Skylights often span larger building sections or inner courtyards. A skylight allows for the ideal level of natural light to penetrate.

Solar shading glass is multi-pane insulating glass with special solar shading properties. It reduces light penetration and is also used as thermal insulation. A distinction is made between absorbent glass and reflective glass. Absorbent glass is usually tinted (bronze, green or grey). It absorbs the thermal radiation from the sun and emits it in part to the interior room. Reflective glass is fitted with a metallic vapour plate (gold, silver, bronze) in the space between the panes and reflects the thermal radiation.Insulating glass with an integrated photovoltaic module for supplying solar power, solar shading foils or aluminium louvre blades in the space between the panes serves as solar shading, screening and anti-glare protection, which can be operated without an external power supply. 


Energy losses through old windows and doors can now be stopped easily. Thanks to their thermal insulation properties, future-proof window systems meet the requirements for energy saving and increased environmental protection. Insulating glass, gasket systems and multi-chamber frames form an effective unit.
See solar shading 

A toplight is a window opening in the ceiling. It allows natural light into an inner room. It is limited to this function. it is not intended to provide a view of the surroundings.
When windows are replaced, the toplights should be designed as moveable, otherwise there is a risk of accident when cleaning. A toplight can either be operated normally with handles, using a crank-operated drive or electrically.


The U value specifies the level of heat loss through the door in question. The value is calculated between the inner side and outer side, per square metre and per hour, with a temperature difference between inside and outside of 1° Kelvin. The U value can be determined with a measuring device or calculated in accordance with DIN EN 674..
An unheated conservatory is not fitted with a heating system or insulation. It is used much more for protection against wind and rain. However, it is also suitable to help plants survive the winter. .


The vent size is based on the dimensions of a building component. For example, the size of a window unit or door unit. 
Ventilation involves the exchange of air in closed rooms. Modern building construction makes building envelopes almost airtight. This is why exhaled carbon dioxide odours and pollutants as well as air humidity that are released within the home need to be extracted by means of ventilation units (windows, toplights, air conditioning units etc.). 


In the case of windows and doors, fittings are critical for weathertightness. The decisive factor is the contact pressure of the vent or leaf. 
Weather sensors are various measuring instruments that are used to control window systems depending on the weather conditions. The most important sensors are wind gauges, precipitation meters and thermometers.




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