NOW AVAILABLE! ThermaWall XTRM2600 UNITIZED thermally broken curtain wall!

ThermaWall XTRM 2600 UNITIZED thermally broken curtain wall – all the superior thermal performance of the ThermaWall 2600 in an innovative UNITIZED system.

The XTRM 2600 is a TRUE fully thermally broken unitized curtain wall system, suitable for medium to high-rise curtain wall designs. Since it is engineered for complete fabrication and unitizing off-site in a controlled environment, quality can be easily monitored and achieved.

Ready-to-install panels delivered promptly to the job site ensure the cost of field installation is lower than a stick system, as well as significantly faster. True side load or rotational installation offers flexibility during panel insertion.  The building can be closed in more quickly, keeping schedules on track.

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