Following the successful launch of its internal glazing system, ID30, Jack Aluminium Systems has introduced new features to further elevate the range.
While the existing ID30 range is delivering a sleek aesthetic with its slim sightlines, the new features mean the specialist aluminium systems supplier can cater for all tastes, setting it apart from competitors.
For those looking to create a more traditional heritage door, the introduction of a lockbox and transom profile helps achieve this effortlessly. It also allows for a range of glazing options, including panels and frosted glass, both above and below, that helps deliver added privacy.
Jack Aluminium’s Managing Director, Andy Short, talks about the new ID30 features and says: “The initial response to the ID30 range has been incredible. We saw an opportunity to jump on to the rise in ‘broken plan’ living spaces, are we’re proud to say we’ve really bucked the trend – delivering to our customers screens and doors that separate interior spaces, while maintaining high-levels of natural light.
“The addition of the lock box and transom will help us take this range even further, offering installers a brilliantly manufactured door that caters to a more traditional design. We’re confident that these new features will work well in a variety of interior spaces, for both commercial and domestic projects and we can’t wait to see them finally being installed after months of hard work and preparation.”
ID30 has been purposely engineered for interior use. The system offers minimal sightlines with no extra bulk. Locking mechanisms and hinges are housed within the slim framing and sash profiles, and along with fixed screens, the system can be utilised for a range of door configurations, including single and double hinge doors, single and double sliding doors, bi-folding doors and pivot doors.