Bronze Clad windows and doors | Bronze Clad Doors

A Designed Armor

The bronze clad windows in Bieber’s Wood/Bronze Series combine extreme architectural elegance with timeless strong protection.

Biebers Bronze Series of bronze clad windows and doors utilizes an extruded bronze cladding to produce one of the most beautiful and yet durable windows ever made.

Bieber’s Bronze Series is available in a variety of external patinas such as Bronzo Antico, Bronzo Ramato, Bronzo Brunito, Bronzo Muchete’ to provide a stunningly beautiful blend between the ageless allure of bronze and the finest of woods

The extruded bronze clad does not rest on the wood (4 mm gap). The airflow can take place normally, avoiding the appearance of any condensation between the wood and the aluminum section.

Uniqueness and Exclusivity: By purchasing Bronze Clad Windows and Doors, homeowners can join an exclusive group of individuals who have invested in this cutting-edge technology. Having these doors in your home can set you apart from others and give your property a unique and impressive feature that few others possess.

This line offers the following units:

– Casement (Single and Double)
– Awning Windows
– Swiveling Windows
– French Doors Narrow Style
– French Doors Large style
– Louvered Doors
– Entrance Doors
– Lift & Slide – multi panels and pocket and non pocket
– Bi-fold Door

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Bronze Clad windows and doors | Bronze Clad Doors

The process of applying bronze to a window through extrusion typically involves the following steps:

Melting: Bronze is made by melting copper and tin together at high temperatures. The exact ratio of copper to tin can vary depending on the desired properties of the final product.

Extrusion: The molten bronze is then extruded through a die to create a long, continuous shape. The die is a specially shaped opening through which the bronze is forced under pressure. This creates a consistent cross-sectional shape for the bronze.

Cutting: Once the bronze has cooled and hardened, it is cut to the desired length for the window frame. This is typically done using a saw or other cutting tool.

Brazing: In order to join the extrusions together and create the corners of the frame, brazing is typically used

Finishing: The bronze is then polished or otherwise finished to give it the desired appearance. This can involve sanding, buffing, or other techniques to create a smooth, even surface.

Installation: Finally, the bronze is installed onto the window frame using appropriate hardware and techniques. This may involve welding or other methods to securely attach the bronze to the frame.

Overall, the process of extruding bronze for BieberArchitectural Windows and Doors involves careful attention to detail and precision to ensure a high-quality finished product. It is typically performed by skilled professionals with experience in metalworking and Techinican trained to assemble it together with the rest of the unit.

The brazing process is typically performed by skilled professionals with experience in metalworking and welding. They must ensure that the joint is clean and properly aligned before brazing, as any imperfections can weaken the joint and compromise the integrity of the frame. Once the brazing is complete, the joint is polished and finished to create a seamless appearance.

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