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Schüco press folder for BAU 2019

Bielefeld/Munich. Under the motto “Experience Progress”, Schüco is presenting comprehensive building envelope solutions for innovative commercial and residential buildings at BAU 2019. Six key themes are being showcased which, from the company's point of view, will shape the future of construction: Home, Vertical, Smart Building, Security, Digitalisation and Acoustics.


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Not only does noise cause disruptions and reduce quality of life, it can even lead to illness. At BAU in Munich, Schüco is presenting new solutions which can reduce noise levels indoors and in urban outdoor spaces.

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The AWS 90 AC.SI sound reduction window has a special centre gasket and guides air through the vent, ensuring sound reduction in the ventilation position.

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Schüco prototype at BAU 2019: The ASE 80.HI Design Line sliding unit is fitted with an ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) ventilation module in pocket design. When the sliding unit is closed, the ANC ventilation module is concealed in the wall. For ventilation, the handle position on the sliding vent is used to pull the ANC ventilation module out of the wall.

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Schüco prototype at BAU 2019: ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) modules in the opaque AWS VV ventilation vent reduce noise levels.

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Schüco prototype at BAU 2019: Sound-absorbing exterior façades can make a significant contribution towards reducing the spread of noise in urban spaces.

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Acoustics planning tools: With SoundCal and Digital Acoustics Lab, Schüco is launching two new planning tools for determining the sound reduction effect of window and façade units.

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The new Schüco UDC 80 façade also sets new standards in terms of energy efficiency with Uf values to 0.86 W/(m²K) including screw factor.

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Schüco UDC 80 façade: Opaque areas of the unit can be designed using a wide variety of different materials, such as metal sheets, printed glass and natural stone.

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Schüco UDC 80 façade: Opaque areas of the unit can be designed using a wide variety of different materials, such as metal sheets, printed glass and natural stone.

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Schüco UDC 80: When combined with balconies as a project solution, project-specific well-sealed ASE 80 TC sliding doors also allow for a function-oriented design for high-rise residential buildings.

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The Schüco UDC 80 SG façade looks impressive on the outside with the expansive appearance of an all-glass façade; on the inside its design is that of a unitised façade with narrow face widths of only 80 mm.

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The Schüco UDC 80 SG façade looks impressive on the outside with the expansive appearance of an all-glass façade; on the inside its design is that of a unitised façade with narrow face widths of only 80 mm.

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The Schüco UDC 80 CV façade has concealed projected top-hung and parallel-opening vents with an overall face width of only 80 mm.

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The Schüco UDC 80 CV façade has concealed projected top-hung and parallel-opening vents with an overall face width of only 80 mm.

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In private homes, flat and generous views are possible with the textile Schüco ZIP Design Screen sun shading.

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In residential buildings, the Schüco ZIP Design Screen with a strong connection to the outside offers a welcome change to the external blinds frequently used.

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Large façade surfaces with high wind stability demands can be fitted with the Schüco ZIP Design Screen without any issues.

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The Schüco ZIP Design Screen can be integrated perfectly into the structure of the UDC 80 unitised façade.

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Schüco smart units: the fabricator receives digital information about maintenance cycles, required replacement parts, documents and certificates.

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Schüco smart units: the client or investor receives information about the air quality and humidity levels. By acting promptly, damage to the fabric of the building can be prevented and long-term value retention ensured.

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Schüco smart units: the end customer or investor receives information about operation, care and maintenance.

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Press Contact

Ulrike Krüger

Head of Public Relations

Schüco International KG

Karolinenstraße 1-15
33609 Bielefeld

+49 521 783 803 pr@schueco.com
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