Extruded and Composite Fins

Product Description

Extruded and composite fins are bespoke engineered to meet your design requirements. You design it - Thermosash engineers it!  We manufacture at our premises in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch and can custom clad the fin with almost any durable material.

Thermosash offers the unique ability of ancillary components all able to be seamlessly integrated with our Thermosash suites - meaning NO LEAKS - the brackets also therefore often do not require any secondary structure to support the shading or aethetic devices, downpipe brackets or signage etc, eliminating additional coordinated trades and an added advantage when trying to manage seismic differential movement amongst building elements.

Key Features

  • Can be designed for light, glare, heat or aesthetics.
  • Fully integrable blades and connection systems.
  • Proprietary or full customisable.
  • When incorporated into a Thermosash façade do not generally require additional structure and do not penetrate the wet zone of the façade - meaning no leaks.
  • 100% New Zealand made.
  • Fixed or pivoted.
  • All systems engineered by our in-house structural and façade engineer.

Specification

We recommend using Masterspec 4251TS Commercial Windows when specifying this suite.

Finishes

  • Polyester powdercoat - both standard and special colours available
  • Anodised - all anodised colours available - commercial grade 20 Micron finish recommended
  • PVF2 Fluorocarbon finishes - available on request

Relevant Projects

Bayleys (Building C)

Bayleys (Building C)

Auckland

Jasmax

Fletcher

2016

Westgate Library

Westgate Library

Auckland

Warren & Mahoney

2018

UOA Engineering - 405

UOA Engineering - 405

Auckland

Jasmax

Hawkins

2019

Zespri HQ

Zespri HQ

Tauranga

Warren & Mahoney Architects

Hawkins Construction

2019

Quad 5 Building (AIAL)

Quad 5 Building (AIAL)

Auckland

Jasmax

Scarbro Construction

2012

Pipitea Plaza

Pipitea Plaza

Wellington

Athfield Architects

Naylor Love

2011

Grand Central Building

Grand Central Building

Christchurch

Warren and Mahoney

Fletcher Construction

2016