A contemporary window system with a slim 53 mm powder coated aluminium profile and the innovative idealcore™ for optimal energy performance with u-values from 0.74 W/m2K for a European standard size test window. For larger windows u-values can go as low as 0.59 W/m2K.
The idealcore™ of the Idealcombi windows are not just for thermal performance. The PUR(polyurethane) eliminates cavities, drain holes and protects the internal timber from the weather and water.
No other composite window system with slim sightlines have matching inward opening windows with the same slim 53 mm aluminium profile. Go to Futura+i to learn more about the inward opening windows and doors of the Futura+ system.
Double glazed window
Indicative u-value 1,31 W/m²K*
Triple glazed window
Indicative u-value 0,74 W/m²K*
*Values for standard European test sizes
Wind and water tightness
Air permeability: Class 4 at ± 600Pa *
Wind load: Class C4 (1600Pa)*
Water tightness: Class E1800 (1800Pa)*
*Values for a top guided Idealcombi Futura+ window
Elegant and innovative windows
- From Jan 2017 reference u-values drop from 0.87 to 0.74 W/m²K
- Made of Timber|PUR|Aluminium, since 2011
- Slim 53mm aluminium profiles ensure maximum glass area and natural light
- Highly insulated with optimum energy efficiency
- Double or triple glazed options
- Awarded Best Windows 2016 at Build It Awards
Evolving the window
With Futura+ launched back in 2010, Idealcombi moved on from the traditional alu clad composite windows. The innovative Futura+ window systems use idealcore™ as thermal break to reach outstanding energy performance for a slim profile window.
The use of idealcore™ allows for strong and slim designs with outward opening Futura+ windows and inward opening Futura+i windows to be matched in the same screens, with the same slim 53 mm aluminium sightlines.
Idealcombi Futura+ and Futura+i are among the most energy efficient, sleek and contemporary design windows on the market. And they’re all Danish design windows manufactured to a high quality standard in the family owned factory on the Danish west coast, next to the North Sea.