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    Energy Efficiency
Able to deliver energy efficiency in a variety of weather conditions, the Series 7630 Window Wall features a
.29 U-value for standard low-E, argon-filled dual-pane glass, and a .17 U-value for high-performance triple-pane glass. A signature aluminum extrusion design utilizing proprietary Insulbar technology further reduces energy consumption. The Series 7630 is NFRC-tested and complies with California’s rigorous Title 24 requirements.
Strength
For strength against the elements, the Series 7630 Window Wall achieves a performance grade of CW- PG100 at sizes up to 60” x 120”. (CW-PG100 includes a design pressure of 100 pounds per square foot, the equivalent of 200 mph winds). A thin extrusion profile supports triple-pane, laminated, and security
glass — essential options for noise reduction. The Series 7630 is currently in testing for hurricane impact.
Designed for Every Space and Style
The mulling process for the Series 7630 Window
Wall keeps sightlines narrow, resulting in a clean, contemporary look that can be replicated through an entire wall of glass. For even more customization, a 5.875” frame depth allows Series 7000 sliding doors, ventilating windows, and hinged doors to directly mull to any combination of windows. Available in heights up to 16 feet, depending on application.
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