Energy-saving heat insulation
HIRT kinetics® can be supplied and operated anywhere on the globe, but the components are always manufactured in Switzerland based on stringent quality standards.
Superior thermal insulation
HIRT kinetics® reduce your power consumption. Some major features include the best thermal properties and efficient air circulation. The thermally broken aluminum profiles provide 2.125 in of insulation and a Uf value of 0.24. Glass panels up to max 2.5 in can be installed.
HIRT kinetics SF 90 example values: Size 4,5 m x 2,4 m / 15 ft x 8 ft, triple glazing with a u-value of 0.09. The thermal transfer value of the entire descending wall has an Uw value of 0.13.
Perfectly sealed thanks to up to four sealing levels
Pneumatic seals do not allow any drafts to pass through. The inner seal and a sophisticated system of contact pressure and labyrinth seals on the outside ensure draft-free comfort.
The seal is inflated automatically by means of a control pulse. Brush seals remove coarse dirt and make for a visually pleasing transition from the frame to the panel. We recommend installing a hot air duct into the floor to compensate for the missing heat reflection by the glass.
Proven pinch protection
High or very high burglary protection depending on the material used
Meet or exceed global standards
HIRT kinetics® not only act as impressive eye-catchers, but they are also safe in every respect: Swiss precision and engineering excellence vouch for this.
Free choice of shapes, colors, material
Vast range as regards size and weight
For HIRT kinetics®, the word “impossible” does not apply. No matter how daring, crazy or extravagant your ideas may be, we can make pretty much anything happen.
HIRT kinetics® turns buildings into moving architecture. When building elements that are normally static suddenly start to move, this creates moments of great surprise and wonder. By adding the dimension of movement to architecture, our solutions turn buildings into works of art art, while at the same time, deliver a highly functioning system.