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REHAU Windows, PVC Doors & Curtain Walling Systems: A world leader in polymer solutions,REHAU manufactures PVC extrusions for windows, doors and curtain walling that set new standards for performance and distinctive design. From aesthetics to function and durability,
REHAU products benefit from quality materials and the most advanced technology. Our extensive range of systems meet the requirements of renovation and new construction in residential and commercial buildings.
With 60 years of expertise in product research and development, you can always trust REHAU for the most innovative, well-engineered systems.
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- Doc App: REHAU has produced a new version of its user friendly ‘Docs’ app which allows fabricators and installers to access product and technical information on their mobiles and tablets.
REHAU Window Systems:
REHAU PVCu casement windows offer a comprehensive range of window styles, suitable for all types of buildings.
With superb good looks and technical expertise, REHAU PVCu tilt & turn windows do not compromise on quality and design.
With all the superb good looks and technical expertise that is associated with REHAU, our PVCu reversible window is setting new standards.
When used in high rise applications, REHAU PVCu pivot windows facilitate easy and safe maintenance of the windows from the inside of the building, as the sash rotates through 180 degrees.
No longer restricted by traditional fire rated materials and construction techniques, RAUFERNO gives you the freedom to use PVC-U fire resistant windows and still comply fully with current building regulations for most protected areas, due to full certification to BS476 Parts 20 and 22.
Sympathetic in style yet innovative in design, the REHAU Heritage Vertical Slider presents a whole world of new opportunity in both the replacement and new build markets.
Rehau Door Systems:
Contemporary slim sight lines and increased maximum sizes.
Wide-opening for maximum light, letting the outside in.
Highly stylish design with ultimate thermal performance.
Create a bespoke entrance.
Featuring the RAUFERNO patented fire resistant system.
Curtain Walling Systems:
REHAU Polytec 50S curtain walling system combines the economics of polymer materials with the advantages of conventional transom/mullion construction, with the same profile acting as both transom and mullion helping to eliminate wastage.
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1. Rehau Windows Doors Colour Inspiration
pvc windows and doors
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Rehau Agila Door Range Brochure
Agila Door range
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Rehau Agila Fire Door System Description
AGILA FIRE DOOR
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Rehau Agila Sliding Door Brochure
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Rehau Commercial Windows Brochure
curtain walling, Commercial Windows
Published [27/06/17]File size [680 KB]
Rehau Composite Curtain Walling Polytec 50s Brochure
composite curtain walling
Published [26/06/17]File size [663 KB]
Rehau Energy Efficient PVCu Windows
Published [20/05/16]File size [1170 KB]
Rehau Guide for Specifiers and Architects
PVC-U Window and Door Systems
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Rehau Heritage PVCu Vertically Sliding Sash Windows
PVCu Vertically Sliding Sash Windows
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Rehau Heritage Window Product Brochure 2018
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Rehau Heritage Windows Product Brochure
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Rehau Multi Fold Door Product Brochure
Multi Fold Door
Published [20/05/16]File size [709 KB]
Rehau Polytec 50 Curtain Walling Brochure
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Rehau PVCu Bi Fold Doors Product Brochure
PVCu Bi Fold Doors
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Rehau PVCu colour coating Acryl II Colour Chart
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Rehau PVCu Geneo Energy Efficient Windows
PERFECT ENERGY EFFICIENCY GENEO® WINDOW SYSTEM - MADE FOR THE FUTURE IN HIGH-TECH RAU-FIPRO® MATERIAL
Published [30/04/18]File size [8157 KB]
Rehau PVCu in Line Patio Door Product Brochure
PVCu in Line Patio Door
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Rehau PVCU Windows and Doors Colour Brochure
PVC-u and double glazing window and doors.
Published [19/05/16]File size [1004 KB]
Rehau PVCu Windows Sustainability
PVCu Windows Sustainability
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Rehau S760 PVCu Rauferno Fire Windows and Doors
PVCu Rauferno Fire Windows and Doors
Published [19/05/16]File size [489 KB]
Rehau Total 70 Windows Product Brochure
polymer based windows, doors and conservatories
Published [20/05/16]File size [719 KB]
Rehau Tritec 60mm Window And Door System
Tritec 60mm Window And Door System
Published [27/06/17]File size [1282 KB]
Rehau Tritec Product Brochure
Tritec PVC-u window and door
Published [27/06/17]File size [598 KB]
Rehau Whitepaper Colour of Windows
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Rehau Windows, Doors & Conservatories
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New REHAU HR Director wants everyone to be ‘part of the family’
New REHAU HR Director wants everyone to be ‘part of the family’
REHAU has welcomed an important new team member to its UK head office in Ross-on-Wye with the arrival of Sergio Fonseca as HR Director for the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia.
Although new to REHAU UK, Sergio has been with the global business for 16 years and was previously based in his home country of Brazil, where he was responsible for the HR function in the REHAU South American businesses.
His arrival highlights the truly global nature of REHAU and as a Doctor of Business Administration, the skills that Sergio has developed make him the ideal person to deliver HR programmes and principles that will benefit everyone at REHAU. He places great importance on developing individuals to bring out their abilities and make them feel a truly valued part of the team.
Sergio has significant experience in working with the manufacturing plants in South America. His expertise in this area will be very valuable as he will be responsible for the HR functions in the UK plants in North Wales and related businesses.
Sergio will be an important contributor to the programmes for Health and Wellbeing and Corporate Social Responsibility and as a member of the CSR Steering Group, Sergio will play a key role in helping REHAU achieve its goals in charity and community activities.
He said: “I aim to keep the spirit of REHAU alive in our colleagues in the business and ensure everyone knows they are essential to our team and ongoing success. My approach is also to have an open dialogue policy and we actively encourage feedback at all levels.”
“My main priority is to ensure that all our colleagues are engaged, prepared and well-skilled for their roles so that they can continue their personal development within the company. We have a very important focus on developing the talents within the business and my own appointment highlights the possibilities to move around the REHAU group, whether that be in the same location or in a different country entirely.”
For more information about REHAU, visit www.rehau.uk
CHEAP REINFORCEMENTS RISK SAFETY AND STANDARDS, SAYS REHAU
REHAU has warned fabricators and installers they risk fitting substandard windows and doors and incurring hefty fines every time they use non-approved steel reinforcements for PVC-U installations.
Mark Gajda, Certification and Quality Manager at REHAU, said: “It’s important that fabricators and installers understand the consequences of purchasing reinforcements from non-system approved suppliers and recognise the risks to their customers and their business.
“Every time an installation is fitted using alternative components not approved by the supplier, the fabricator is essentially changing the physical make up of an approved design and therefore it will not perform as expected. This practice has repercussions for safety, quality and the reputation of the windows industry as a whole.”
It is not against the law for fabricators or installers to purchase and use steel or aluminium reinforcements from a third party – rather than a system – supplier, yet it can have very serious financial and legal consequences.
Firstly, the product may not perform as it should in situ. For example, the structural or wind loading calculations will no longer be valid if the reinforcements are different from those specified by the system manufacturer, and any BIM modelling data supplied by them will also be incorrect. The WER rating and U-value calculations will also be invalid and thermal performance could be adversely affected too.
Secondly, the use of third party reinforcements invalidates any industry standards previously accredited to the system. Standards – such as PAS24 and BS 6375 – are awarded on the basis that the same components and hardware are used by the fabricators and installers of the product, and they are therefore of equal standard to the windows or doors that were assessed under test conditions.
Failure to meet PAS24 standards also means that installers or fabricators need to find another way of meeting the Approved Document Q of the Building Regulations for England.
Third party certifications, such as BSI Kitemark, CE Marking DoP are also invalidated by the use of non-approved components. To retain these certifications, fabricators need to retest the altered products – at their own expense – to prove their product still complies with the standards. The cost of certification testing can run into tens of thousands of pounds.
Fabricators and installers using alternative steel or aluminium reinforcements also forfeit the manufacturer’s warranty for the products, should the third-party components cause issues further down the line. This means that any repairs or replacement required will also need to be done at the expense of the fabricator and installer.
Mark concludes: “Maintaining the synergy between tested products and installed products is the only way that we can assure customers that the products being fitted do what they say they will in terms of performance and standards. Any changes or third-party components introduce unnecessary risks and can damage the reputation of the supplier, the fabricator and the installer so we would urge people to think ‘real deal’ when it comes to steel.”