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  • Rabel Slim Systems

    Landmark systems for out of the box buildings

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  • Rabel Slim Systems

    Landmark systems for out of the box buildings

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  • Rabel Slim Systems

    Landmark systems for out of the box buildings

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Rabel 62

Super Slim Thermal Sliding System

Rabel 62 Super Slim Thermal is a slim system designed for minimalistic buildings with large openings and various typologies. Although the majority of the systems in the market at 26mm are based on non- thermal middle post profiles, the RABEL 62 innovative design has managed to achieve a super thermal performance also at the middle post

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Rabel 3800

Super Slim Folding thermal system with the smallest mullion width

The Rabel 3800 Slim Super Thermal system has been designed for the fabrication of large fold and slide doors up to 3,0 meters height and 1,2 meters wide per leaf. Its main application is for commercial and residential buildings, where high thermal insulation and the slimmest profile in the market is required. The system is based on a basic leaf width of 30mm.

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Rabel 8400

Slim Super Thermal Plus

The Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal is a very slim casement window system complementing the aesthetics of slim sliding in minimalistic buildings. Having an outer visible face width measuring 31mm it was possible to create an invisible opening window. Its minimal thickness allows for composite constructions while still keeping 31 – 35mm face width lines.

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Rabel 14000

A new style of shading system for modern buildings

Rabel 14000 is a new style of shading system for modern buildings with emphasis on aesthetics and functionality. Groups of leaves in pairs can be operated electrically and in manual mode any combination of leaves is possible. The leaf height can be up to 4 meters making it possible to cover the building slaps.

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Passive House

Save 90% on energy costs

A Passive House is a comprehensive system. "Passive" describes well this system's underlying receptivity and retention capacity. Working with natural resources, free solar energy is captured and applied efficiently, instead of relying predominantly on ‘active’ systems to bring a building to ‘zero’ energy. High performance windows, super-insulation, an airtight building shell, limitation of thermal bridging and balanced energy recovery ventilation make possible extraordinary reductions in energy use and carbon emission.

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