What does VELUX GGL mean?

What does VELUX GGL mean?

Centre Pivot Pine
GGL – Centre Pivot Pine. GGU – Centre Pivot Upvc. GPL – Top Hung Pine.

What do Velux window codes mean?

The VELUX brand window codes are found on the top right-hand edge of the roof window when you open it. The data plate tells you the type of window and the window size shown through the code. As shown below in the example, 304 would be 78cm x 98cm and the bottom window code 4 would be 114cm x 118cm.

What are the window codes for Velux windows?

1 – The type of window – If the window model is GGL for instance it would be pine centre pivot. 2 – The window size – As shown left, 304 would be 78cm x 98cm and pictured bottom window code 4 would be 114cm x 118cm Common older Velux windows GGL Centre pivot Pine window

How big is VELUX GGL centre pivot roof window?

These VELUX UK08 roof windows are 134cm x 140cm and come in a variety of options. More daylight: up to 18% larger pane area. Slim profile: slim profiles and larger pane means more glass and less frame. Thermo technology: innovative use of high performance insulation material.

Can a VELUX window be repaired by a third party?

Having fitted many windows, a big part of that can be maintaining an older roof window. Sometimes either with sheer age, or from a badly installed flashing set roof windows can leak, and if you find yourself in this situation you can contact Velux support for spares or a third party roof window company for spares or repair. Roof window repairs

What is the uvalue of VELUX double glazing?

(070) Double Glazing: VELUX’s standard safety double glazing with laminated inner pane and toughened outer pane, uValue of 1.3 W/m2k. (066) Triple Glazing: Laminated inner pane and toughened outer pane with enhanced energy efficiency and an anti-dew and easy-to-clean coating, uValue of 1.0 W/m2k.