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Residential ThermalHEART Sliding Windows
APL 2019 Specifier Guide available Order now
Description

Sliding windows use the sliding door system except for a narrower rail at top and bottom. A smaller interlocker mullion is also generally used. The sill track has a flushline appearance.

Interlocker stiles are flush in the closed position. An over-light transom allows over-lights in association with sliding panels. A vertical sliding window system is not offered.

Key Features
  • For mainstream residential use
  • Flush sill design
  • Ideal for jobs where minimising the transfer of cold and reducing condensation are priorities 
  • Designed to be used in conjunction with double glazing (maximum 25mm IGU) for a fully effective barrier system
  • Flush stiles in the closed position
  • Sliding windows use the sliding door system with a narrower rail at top and bottom
  • Wide opening is possible in bi-parting or stacking configurations
Scope of Use
  • For mainstream residential use — Ideal for jobs where minimising the transfer of cold and reducing condensation are priorities 
  • Designed to be used in conjunction with double glazing (maximum 25mm IGU) for a fully effective barrier system
  • Suitable for most applications where non-projecting windows are desired
  • Need to be used in defined maximum sizes according to the wind exposure
  • A good option for servery windows
  • Work well with insect screens
Limitations on Use
  • Consider the ease of reaching to the window catch if the sliding panel is placed beyond a bench
  • Some weather protection above e.g. wide eaves recommended to protect open windows
Statement of Building Code Compliance
  • Designed, tested and manufactured to meet NZS 4211: Performance of Windows, and NZS 4233:  Glazing in Buildings, Parts 1-4
  • Designed and tested to conform to NZ Building Code, including Clause E2

 

In-Service History
  • Launched in 2011
  • Widely used in residential projects throughout New Zealand by homeowners, builders, Group home builders and specifiers
  • Statement of Building Code Compliance
Other Performance Attributes
  • Window and door warranty provided under normal conditions of use against failure of materials and workmanship for a period of five years
  • Surface finish is covered by a separate performance warranty dependent on the actual finish selected
  • A hardware/componentry warranty is offered against defects in manufacturing, functionality and surface finish for a period of five years, provided care and maintenance guidelines have been followed
Documents
Data Sheet
Span Tables
Producer Statement / Warranty

2017

Vantage Care & Maintenance Guide

2017

Specifier Guide
Manufacturer Contact List
WGANZ Guide to E2/AS1

1 August 2019

Vantage Brochure
APL and Sustainability

2019

CAD/PDF Details
Full Set of Drawings
Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Two Panel SF

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Two Panel SF

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Two Panel SF with Overlight Option

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Three Panel SSF

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Three Panel FSF

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Four Panel FSSF

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Three Panel SSF

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Vantage Thermal Heart Sliding Window Six Panel FSS / SSF

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Installation Details
Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Board and Batten

VTMWBB

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Brick Veneer

VTMWBV

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Bevelback Weatherboard

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Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Flat Sheet

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Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on No Cladding

VTMWNC

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Profile Metal

VTMWPM

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Rusticated Weatherboard

VTMWRW

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Multislider Window on Stucco

VTMWST

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Board and Batten

VTSWBB

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Brick Veneer

VTSWBV

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Bevelback Weatherboard

VTSWBW

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Flat Sheet

VTSWFS

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on No Cladding

VTSWNC

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Profile Metal

VTSWPM

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Rusticated Weatherboard

VTSWRW

Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window on Stucco

VTSWST

BIM
Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window FSF
Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window FSSF
Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window SF
Vantage Residential Thermal Heart Sliding Window SSF

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