The Saimex Srl company
specializes in the production and sale of structural profiles in composite
material – Wood Fiber and Glass Fiber – and in particular in the production of THRESHOLDS
and parts of windows in FIBERGLASS, exploiting the properties of the
material of thermal insulation (lambda value (λ) = 0.25) and resistance to loads up to 1000 kg.
Saimex profiles, thanks to their
insulating structure due to the composite material they are made of and the
thermal break, are used as thresholds for tile-and-slide
systems and as structural parts of windows and doors.
We are one of the leading manufacturer companies of GLASS FIBRE THRESHOLDS for WINDOWS for the most important European brands.
CHARACTERISTICS OF FIBREGLASS THRESHOLDS
Among the main features of Saimex
• Thermal insulation
• Mechanical properties comparable to
• 100% waterproof
• Total absence of maintenance; since Saimex
thermal break windows and doors are resistant to the outside, it guarantees
less maintenance costs on the final product.
• High resistance to corrosion and sea
• Resistance to salt mists
With Saimex fiberglass profiles it is
also possible to prevent or eliminate thermal bridges.
The company Saimex srl is also highly
specialized in the realization of COMPLEX SECTIONS AND CUSTOM PROFILES,
and we will be happy to give you support with your projects.
Saimex s.r.l. has in fact a technical
office always available to listen and meet your needs. Our team of engineers
has a long experience in the design and structural calculation of fiberglass profiles
for windows and thresholds for sliding windows.
We have also developed a type of smooth
surface finish that does not require further coating, or the application of a protective
film and we offer the possibility to choose from a wide range of RAL colors and
Thanks to the thermal properties of
composite materials, the doors, windows and thresholds for tile-and-slide
systems in fiberglass are important for the energy insulation of homes and
buildings and for the Casaklima project which allows buildings to save energy (by
reducing consumption) and economical to sustain themselves.