Classic-ISO® has a very slim sightline which is identical to the classical steel profiles of historic buildings. But the MHB profile benefits now from a thermal insulated break and well designed sealing systems ensuring wind and water tighness and a comfortable interior climate!
The Classic-ISO® profile system is ideal to renovate historical buildings that do not meet today’s technological performance standards while maintaining their authentic character. Thanks to MHB’s window systems, heritage buildings can be made future-proof while still preserving their original appearance.
|Type||Steel Profile System MHB Classic-ISO® with 1 13/16" sightline and invisible water drainage|
(according EN 12207)
(according EN 12208)
Standard Performance: Class 7A (300 PA)|
|Material||Steel (Powder Coated) or Stainless Steel (Brushed)|
|Weather Seals||Continuous EPDM Rubber Profile in Frame|
|Hinges, Locks, and Handles||MHB Hinges (screwed on door and frame), stainless steel, non-coated or coated in color of the door, or optional MHB lift-off hinges welded on door and frame, coated in color of the door.|
|Dimensions||Download brochure for our Technical Drawings|
|Partitioning||Client-Specific Partitioning of Window/Door units available|
|Profile Type||Classic-ISO® has a built-in profile of 2"|
|Color||View Color Information|
|Glazing||Double Insulated Units (as requested by the designer) are fixed using a choice of different 0.47 inch high metal glazing beads. Glazing is sealed using a MHB Sealant.|
Aluminum L-Shaped glazing beads for minimalist design. Designed by MHB, these glazing beads are fixed to the profile using invisible connections and then are powder-coated using the same finish as the window frame.
Steel L-Shaped glazing beads for minimalist design. These are fixed to the profile with visible countersunk screws and are then powder-coated using the same finish as the window frame.
Exclusive to the Classic-ISO profile. Putty seal preserves the classic character of traditional windows. It can be obtained in various colors in order to match the powder-coating of the frame.
Aluminum triangular glazing beads are designed for a classical look and are fixed to the profile using invisible connections.
There are three ways to divide glass elements into smaller units, which are usually done for aesthetic reasons.
This system divides window units with several smaller glass panels separated by steel profiles. All of MHB's glazing bead systems can be used fitted with this system, including the putty seal below.
Another solution to divide window units is to place muntins and grilles on both sides of the glass. the appearance is identical to the true divided lights because a spacer is built inside the insulated glass. This solution offers better insulation and for casement windows it increase the stability.
All simulated light solutions have a flat grill welded on one side that makes one element with the frame. The sightline is only 3/4" inches wide.
Grille System with an extremely slim appearance. EL Tray is exclusively used in combination with L-shaped glazing beads with visible fixing points.
This system is exclusively used in combination with L-Shaped glazing beads without visible connections.
This system is exclusively used in combination with triangular glazing beads.
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All Steel Windows and Doors is a network of top window and door distributors in the United States coordinating together to offer clients a steel window and door product that has more features and more options than anything else you’ll find nationally. Together with one of Europe’s premier manufacturers, MHB, connections with installers all across the country, and specialists ready to work with you through the entire process, we’re eager to connect with you and start building.