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How Can Deceuninck Windows Help Contribute to a Healthy Indoor Environment?
Satish Kumar, Deceuninck Group
Recent studies have shown that Indoor Environmental Quality has a direct bearing on the well-being of the occupants of the building, the study involves the reaction of human beings to indoor volatile organic compounds, dust, dampness, thermal comfort, acoustic and physiological issues. It has been found that the problems range from transient sensory irritation of the respiratory tract to diseases that can be life-threatening. These problems can be generally divided into two categories: Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and Building-Related Illnesses (BRI).
Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) has multiple factors influencing it. It can be grouped into 3 categories and its source and solution can be addressed accordingly.
Deceuninck Window Systems can address some of these issues. Deceuninck window systems are designed to offer best-in-class performance in terms of water tightness, air tightness and structural stability. Why are these important?
Lack of water tightness can cause dampness, mould formation and become a breeding ground for various bacteria and virus. Check the water tightness of the window systems you buy.
Air tightness – Windows can greatly reduce the ingress of dust and particulate matter from outside. Multi-point locking, TPE Weldable gaskets, weather strips with fins in addition to properly designed Deceuninck profiles ensure best-in-class air tightness. During winters, indoor dampness needs to be released to ensure proper IEQ. Deceuninck offers ventilation solutions through its sister concern Tunal. These windows are available with built-in ventilation systems that allow fresh air to circulate throughout your home while still maintaining an airtight seal for noise insulation.
Wind resistance – Deceuninck India offers window systems through its authorised channel partner network. Each project is forwarded to our design department which checks the wind speed in the region, height and location of the building, and size of the window and offers the best possible design to prevent window members from buckling, bending, or deforming. A leaking window can be noisy and irritating.
Temperature – Deceuninck window systems come with glasses of different thicknesses. High-performance glass will ensure proper temperature control. Low Uf of the frame ensures high thermal insulation and energy savings. Keep the heat out in summer and the cold out in winter. The latest addition to our product portfolio is the Legend Art – 70mm Casement System with a capacity to hold glass up to 48mm thickness.
Deceuninck Window Systems also caters to physiological needs by offering various designs, operators, hardware, combinations, colours and acoustic insulation.
All the above backed with excellently trained, groomed Channel partners to offer the best service before and after the supply of the windows make Deceuninck the preferred choice the world over.
For more details on the company and its products:
Deceuninck Profiles India Pvt. Ltd. Website:deceuninck.in Email: email@example.com Phone: +91 87548 64440
Satish Kumar, Deceuninck Group
Group Business Development Director - Asia & Australia
Satish Kumar, the Group Business Development Director at Deceuninck Group – Emerging Markets, is a visionary leader with over two decades of experience in fenestration and façades. His expertise in profile systems, machinery, and fenestration software is widely recognised in India. Leading a multicultural team, he drives business development strategies, fosters growth, and expands the company’s presence across Asia and Australasia. With over a decade at Deceuninck, he fosters an environment of growth, strengthening the relationship between Deceuninck and its 65+ channel partners, and contributing to their individual success. actively contributes to industry standards, serving on the UWDMA Technical Committee for UPVC Profile Standards and collaborating with the Thailand Industry Standards Institute. He is also involved in the Australian Vinyl Council, promoting UPVC in Australia.