From triple glazed timber windows to door entry systems with picture capture technology, we look at the latest, cutting-edge window and door products

Laidlaw has launched a catalogue detailing its Centurion range of architectural ironmongery. The brochure includes information on designed lever furniture, pull handles, push and kick plates, latches, cylinders, lockcases, door stops, hinges, hooks, floor springs, door closers and finger pulls. The Laidlaw Centurion range is available in satin and polished stainless steel as well as aluminium. For more visit Laidlaw.

Profile 22 has launched a n online specification guide and CPD available through its redesigned website. The PVCU Windows & Doors firm’s site includes two CPD window and door specification exercises aimed at architects and specifiers. It also includes the new National Building Specification Plus service, which guides architects through the window specification process as part of overall project delivery.
For more visit Proflle 22.

Architectural aluminium systems company, Technal, has announced new thermal performance data for its FXi65 casement window system. The company says that the new figures show that with a 24mm double glazed unit, a U-value of 1.4w/m2K can be achieved. The FXi65 commercial aluminium window has both curved and flat-faced profiles with a depth of 65mm. For more visit Technal.

Doorset manufacturer Leaderflush Shapland has launched a redesigned company website. The site has drop-down menus and an easier to navigate look, an exclusive doorset gallery and an improved veneer selector for specifiers to pick the right item. The website also includes literature downloads, calculation tools and the latest news on building regulations. For more visit Leaderflush Shapland.