EBE thermal break system, depth 75 mm for glass panels of up to 46 mm, with sash and frame flush-mounted both internally and externally.
All systems on the EBE group are flexible and complete, with thin, strong thermal break profiles. The EBE 75 thermal break profiles have a depth of 75 mm and can house insulation glazing panels of up to 46 mm. Sash and frame are flush-mounted both internally and externally. EBE 75 belongs to the group of EBE profiles and represents Secco Sistemi’s answer to the most demanding requirements in terms of performance. With the innovative technology of thermal break in polyamide and polyurethane EBE is able to realize strong and high-performing structural profiles with reduced sections. The sealing of the casings is guaranteed by a double sealing system for the doors and by an open joint gasket system that comprises a 3-level sealing gasket for windows. Moreover, thanks to the wide choice of types of opening and to the complete range of accessories, the EBE profiles propose countless possible variations for the casing design. The performance of the EBE thermal break system has been tested by the best European certifying laboratories in compliance with the current specific standard EN 14351-1 regulations.
EBE 75 window corner
EBE 75 window corner external view in corten steel with thin glazing bead and concealed hinges.
EBE 75 window corner internal view in corten steel with thin glazing bead and concealed hinges.
EBE 75 is an interior and exterior flush door. The solution with butt or weld-on hinge has a 109mm lateral frame section. By using three-wing or concealed hinges, the lateral face section becomes 134 mm.
The site of an old abbey that dates back to the Middle Ages, converted into a residential building in the 1930’s, Mottisfont Abbey is a sumptuous historical residence in the region of Hampshire in England with a large park on the banks of the river, a greenhouse and a magnificent rose The structure of the buildings is in wood, visible both internally and externally; the large panels of glazing are modulated with the presence of partition walls which orient the views overlooking the pathways in the park leading up to the villa. The spaces are transparent and at the
garden. A place for rest and enjoyment, which during the last century welcomed artists, writers and architects as guests, today this construction is part of the National Trust and is open to the public all year round, hosting many exhibitions dedicated to contemporary art. The new centre for welcoming same time protected by sunscreens in wood and light perforated screens in corten steel. The renovation, which won the RIBA SOUTH AWARD in 2016, was carried out with the utmost respect for the environment, and with particular attention and sensitivity towards the history of the place, its traditions, the natural materials and lastly energy consumption. The product chosen for the doors and windows was EBE 75 in corten steel, with its impeccable and highperforming profiles which outline the simple design of the extensive walls of glazing panels.vistors at the entrance of the park is developed in three volumes which house the ticket office, the shop and the café, arranged around a central courtyard. The natural materials and the new pavilions recall the traditional rural structures of the English countryside.