Like our PW2500 Pressure wall system, the Zero•Net™ PW25XT pressure wall system is designed similarly to a traditional pressure curtain wall system but incorporates our FortMax™ thermal barrier and thin triple-pane glass.
Welcome To The Next Evolution
Since 2015 we’ve been researching and developing the most energy-efficient framing system available on the market, one that will provide the highest performing assembly available at the lowest price point. With our standard Zero•Net™ systems, a COG (center of glass) of 0.24 can now provide an assembled U-Value of 0.28 or better.
Our Zero•Net™ R7 systems offer thermal performance that is 3 times greater than current standard systems. This is made possible by our FortMax™ thermal barrier which stops the transfer of energy from hot to cold and eliminates the framing as the “weak link” in curtain wall performance. These systems provide assembled U-Values as low as 0.138.
All reported U-Values calculated per NFRC 100
A different approach to architectural framing
The Retrofit Façade system lets you keep your current curtain wall back member in place and adds our FortMax™ patented thermal barrier to achieve maximum performance.
The Zero•Net UC3500 unitized curtain wall uses our FortMax™ patented thermal barrier to reach new heights in thermal performance and greenhouse gas reduction.
The Zero•Net PW2500 framing system takes traditional pressure curtain wall design and incorporates our FortMax™ patented thermal barrier to provide industry-leading performance.
Our FW2500 fixed window systems are the highest performance inoperable windows designed to allow maximum light transmittance into your building.
Our Zero Sightline vents provide unmatched performance, and allow you to get fresh air into your building without interrupting the existing curtain wall with unsightly and inefficient windows.
Why Choose Us?
Passive Approach to Energy Efficiency
- Up to 65% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in warm or cold climates
- Up to 65% reduction of energy cost in warm or cold climates
- Increase design flexibility for day-lighting
- Eliminate condensation on interior framing
- Increase usable/leasing floor space
- Increase Return On Investment (ROI)
- Maximize occupancy comfort