Dekko launches world first fully seamless window

Leading trade supplier Dekko Window Systems has officially launched the world’s first fully seamless window, all set to help its installer customers get ahead of the competition.

Working in conjunction with machinery expert Haffner, the new Infinity fully seamless window was unveiled at this year’s FIT Show, complete with transoms and mullions, as well as cruciforms and reverse butt welding, achievable only with Haffner’s new Graf Synergy machine, which also made its debut at the show.

L-R Haffner Managing Director Matt Thomas, Dekko Sales Director Kurt Greatrex, and Graf Synergy Area Manager Michael Ferranti

Dekko Sales Director Kurt Greatrex comments: “Following the success of our Infinity range of uPVC windows, we’ve improved our offering to manufacture a window with a fully seamless weld. It’s a world first from Dekko, and we would not have been able to make it happen without the Graf Synergy machine.

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“And thanks to a multi-million pound exclusivity agreement with Haffner, we’re all set to install this specialised machinery at our premises, ready to manufacture this truly unique and market-leading product.”

And if a groundbreaking Graf weld wasn’t enough, Dekko has also teamed up with Kubu in order to offer the new seamless sash with smart security sensors, which once set up, provide security and lifestyle smart alerts through the dedicated Kubu app.

Kurt continues: “Dekko were one of the launch partners for Kubu, and since 2019, it has come as a standard feature on our PVC and composite entrance doors.

“As one of the most advanced and reliable smart tech companies in the fenestration industry, we decided to work with them again in bringing our brand new window to the market. 

“Our new smart window not only boasts a unique fully seamless sash, the first of its kind in the market, but also offers the latest in smart home tech, and we’re very much looking forward to helping our installer customers get ahead with this revolutionary product.”

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