Janisol RC3 doors
This burglar-proof version of the Janisol range features special hardware and burglary resistant glass profiles, as well as various internal reinforcements.
Janisol RC3 windows
This burglar-proof version of the Janisol turn or tilt and turn windows also features special hardware and burglary-resistant glass profiles. Naturally, fixed windows can also be fitted with burglar-proof glass profiles to make them fully RC3-compliant.
A safe solution with Janisol’s familiar elegant appearance.
Janisol Hi RC1/RC2/RC3 windows
Incredible insulation: with its steel Janisol HI profile system for windows, Jansen has set new standards in thermal insulation.
Janisol HI’s thermal insulation capability has been tested according to EN ISO 10077-2, as well as CE product standard EN 14351-1. On top of that, Janisol HI is the first steel window system to have passed the Swiss Minergie pre-certification process with a view to obtaining the MINERGIE® label.
Naturally, Janisol HI profiles can be powder coated, which means that Janisol HI windows, like all other Jansen systems, can be finished in any colour and structure.
Janisol HI combines aesthetics with functionality: transparent and energy saving.
Janisol HI windows are now also RC1, RC2 and RC3-rated for burglar resistance in accordance with EN 1627.
Below is a list of frequently used brochures and CAD files, which can be downloaded from certain PDFs.
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