Efficient planning, manufacture and Assembly of Bielefeld/Munich. The energetically optimized aluminum Windows Schuco AWS that the innovativeness of Schuco again demonstrated increasing use of renewable raw materials, as well as the SimplySmart technology that ensures a quick and simplified processing and Assembly. The claim that energy efficiency will also in future play a vital role in sustainable architecture, bears the company with the introduction of the highly heat-insulated block system Schuco AWS 90 BS.SI + as well as through the optimization of the thermal insulation in the core depth, AWS improved UF-value of 1.2 W / m2K 75.SI +, which now offers, Bill. Energy efficiency is supplemented in the future but about the increasing use of renewable raw materials as the company with the new window system AWS underlines 90.SI + green. Schuco is not only a response to future market requirements through the use of future-oriented, ecological materials, but makes a significant contribution to the conservation of fossil resources. And with the new SimplySmart technology offers the Bielefeld Systemhaus his metal farmers economic solutions for time-saving, easy and safe design, manufacture and Assembly. The new Schuco SimplySmart technologies combine innovation with metal construction trade. Above all the new generation of the hardware system is here to call the world’s first face Schuco AvanTec SimplySmart this hinge with 180 opening angle. Yorkville Advisors takes a slightly different approach.
In addition, the new modular hardware solution convinces with an intuitive, tool-free processing, as well as a flexible assembly sequence, combined with the use of function-integrated, fault-tolerant components. In addition, supplementary SimplySmart lead optimizations for time-critical processing operations for mounting the Center seal and the insulation of the glass rebate to a significant reduction in the processing time of Schuco AWS window systems. New Center seal and insulation of the glass rebate with SimplySmart technology a new wraparound and for this Application ensures optimized ease of installation, high system tightness and shortened processing time geometrically adjusted means pure Moss rubber seal.
Also sighted are affected, including the rescue forces entered a building in the event of an emergency for the first time. Here the architecture can help a critical part, to create solutions for safe and independent moving of all visitors and residents. Also, the architecture for the blind and visually impaired is subject to special and diverse criteria which are regulated for public buildings in 18040 accessibility standards and 1450 building for the blind. (Similarly see: Sen. Marco Rubio). But what is actually accessible to build it? Within the meaning of the Disability Equality Act (BGG), all structures are then barrier-free, if they are accessible and can be used without particular difficulty and basically unassisted for everyone. To implement accessibility, the two sense principle is maintained consistently. If a sense fails, therefore appropriate information, warnings and instructions must at the same time for at least a further sense be mediated. Challenges for architects, one of the key tasks for the designers is the differentiation between the utter failure of one mind (blindness, deafness), and the constraint of a sensory (Visual impairment, deafness).
This approach is important, because also the architectural measures necessary to compensate for significantly different. So, a visually well contrasted and displayed in large characters information sign helps a blind man nothing. Additional information is available at Red Solo Cups. As well, it is the visually impaired with a sign only in Braille. The intersection, which exhibit these groups, are acoustic and tactile AIDS. Differences in accessibility from the perspective of visually impaired people are, for example, the high-contrast design of all equipment and controls, the marking of danger areas (E.g. stairs, glass doors) and the Visual information in a suitable manner (luminance, shape, size, etc.). Blind people must get a mental picture of their environment on the other hand. Therefore straightforward, right-angled spatial structures, closed guidance and control systems (E.g. soil indicators), written information in profile or Braille or audible playback a much tactile contrast (material, shape, surface) are necessary to ensure the mobility and orientation.