- Door leaf section: 68x81 mm.
- Overall section: 113x81 mm.
- Gasket: triple
- Double glazing seat: 44 mm
Termoscudo is a system with which it is possible to realize a passive window starting from the wood thickness of 68 mm through profiles in XPS (polystyrene) with high thermal insulation inserted between wood and aluminum.

Fir Wood

An economic, lightweight softwood, with reduced mechanical properties.

Since it has low resistance to mould, insects and to exposure to the weather, it requires suitable surface treatment. It is nevertheless very stable and easy to process.

It is the ideal material for bio-architecture, care of the environment and for more eco-friendly buildings with high levels of energy savings and greater thicknesses.

Pine Wood

A slow-growing resinous wood.

This is one of the materials most suitable for windows because it combines significant physical and mechanical properties with ease of processing and equally fine aesthetic qualities, all without being too expensive. 

Larch Wood

A high-value, compact, robust, stable wood with good resistance to the effects of weather, ideal for external doors and windows in the medium to high product range.

The veining is medium-fine, often irregular, with an overall reddish-brown appearance


A wood suitable for middle-of-the-range doors and windows, stable, with good resistance to atmospheric agents and moderate mechanical resistance.

The grain is coarse and irregular, with an open-pore surface.

The most prized variety is red Meranti, which is often used in place of mahogany.

Oak Wood

The ideal choice for those who want a touch of luxury together with top technical performance for their windows too.

A highly prized, very hard wood with excellent mechanical resistance and exceptional durability even when untreated.

Its resistance to mould and insects is excellent. Its beautiful veining and open-pore surface give it an unmistakable look.


Aluminum Finishing

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