Concept System® 86-HI is a highly insulated system for windows and doors, which meets the highest requirements concerning safety and stability. The system’s insulation concept not only ensures the extreme stability and elevated water- and air tightness, but also makes it perfectly suitable for triple glass applications.
The overall insulation value (Uf) of the system’s HI+ variant goes down to 1.0 W/m²K. The frame/ vent section with 117 mm visible width has a Uf value of 1.4 W/m²K, making it one of the most energyefficient systems available. CS 86 even achieved the Swiss Minergie® and Minergie-P® component label. With regard to safety, CS 86-HI can comply with burglar resistance classes 2 and 3, offering an ultimate level of security.
|Style variants||Functional||Hidden vent|
|Min. visible width inward opening window||Frame||51 mm||70 mm|
|Vent||35 mm||not visible|
|Min. visible width inward opening flush door||Frame||68 mm||-|
|Min. visible width T-profile||76 mm||95 mm|
|Overall system depth window||Frame||77 mm||77 mm|
|Vent||86 mm||79 mm|
|Rebate height||25 mm||17 mm|
|Glass thickness||Up to 62 mm||Up to 42 mm|
|High insulation variant (HI)||Available||Available|
|High insulation plus variant (HI+)||Available||Not available|
|Thermal insulation (1)|
EN ISO 10077-2
|Acoustic performance (2)|
EN ISO 140-3; EN ISO 717-1
|Air tightness, max. test pressure (3)|
EN 1026; EN 12207
|1 (150 Pa)||2 (300 Pa)||3 (600 Pa)||4 (600 Pa)|
|Water tightness (4)|
EN 1027; EN 12208
|1A (0 Pa)||2A (50 Pa)||3A (100 Pa)||4A (150 Pa)||5A (200 Pa)||6A (250 Pa)||7A (300 Pa)||8A (450 Pa)||9A (600 Pa)||E900 (900 Pa)|
|Wind load resistance, max. test pressure (5)|
EN 12211; EN 12210
|1 (400 Pa)||2 (800 Pa)||3 (1200 Pa)||4 (1600 Pa)||5 (2000 Pa)||Exxx (>2000 Pa)|
|Wind load resistance to frame deflection (5)|
EN 12211; EN 12210
|A (1/150)||B (1/200)||C (1/300)|
|Burglar resistance (6)|
NEN 5096 - ENV 1627
|WK 1||WK 2 (windows & doors)||WK 3|
(1) The Uf-value measures the heat flow. The lower the Uf-value, the better the thermal insulation of the frame.
(2) The sound reduction index (Rw) measures the capacity of the sound reduction performance of the frame.
(3) The air tightness test measures the volume of the air that would pass through a closed window at a certain air pressure.
(4) The water tightness testing involves applying a uniform water spray at increasing air pressure until water penetrates the window.
(5) The wind load resistance is a measure of the profile’s structural strength and is tested by applying increasing levels of air pressure to simulate the wind force. There are up to five levels of wind resistance (1 to 5) and three direction classes (A,B,C). The higher the number, the better the performance.
(6) The burglar resistance is tested by statistical and dynamic loads, as well as by simulated attempts to break in using specified tools.